As liquid hydrocarbons flow through the supply chain, managing their movements, particularly from storage tanks to other destinations, requires tracking to make sure the volumes, qualities and ownership transfers are properly verified and recorded. Beyond the...
Critical Safety Shutdown Valve Actuators for United Kingdom
Imagine 30% of a country's energy supply relying on two safety shutdown valves to flow natural gas and liquid condensate safely from offshore oil & gas production platforms to an onshore processing facility. It's critical that the valve actuators reliably perform...
Valve Actuators for Reliable Delayed Coker Operations
Many of the units in a refinery operate under harsh conditions. Perhaps one of the harshest is the delayed coker unit. At the time of writing this post, Wikipedia defines this unit: A delayed coker is a type of coker whose process consists of heating a residual oil...
Helping to Ensure Slurry Pipeline Shutdown in Emergency Situations
Emerson's Mike McQuade, a member of the Valve Automation business unit, describes the process of storing hydraulic energy for slurry pipeline shutdowns. Slurry pipelines are found in mining operations where ore is mixed with water and pumped from the mining area to...
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