What is Produced Water & How to Treat It?
Produced water refers to the water produced when extracting natural gas and oil. Find out how the water treatment facilities treat it using water pump skids.
All You Need to Know About Wet Measurement vs Wellsite Separation
The AER, BC OGC, and SERM regulate the standards of accuracy for gas and liquid measurement. Read on to learn more about wellsite separators and wet measurement.
What is an Inlet Filter & What Should You Know About Its Design?
An inlet filter is a pressure vessel that removes solids from the inlet gas stream. Check out the mistakes to avoid when designing them to ensure overall efficiency.
Inspection Procedure & Frequency for Orifice Meters
When it comes to inspecting devices such as the orifice meter, it helps to know about the requirements of AER Directive 017 and Directive PNG017. Find out more here!
What are the Different Methods Used to Monitor a Flame?
Different methods are used to detect the presence of a flame and monitor a flare stack. Find out more about the importance and types of flame detectors here.
What is the Desludging System in an Oil Treater or Separator?
A desludging system in an oil treater or a horizontal separator helps to remove the solid particles or sludge from the oil produced in an oil field. Learn more here!
What are Plug & Seat and Disc & Cage Control Valves?
Wellsite separators and dehydration units use control valves that have plug and seat or disc and cage. Learn what these components are and the difference between them.
What are the Two Types of Filters in a Glycol Dehydration Unit?
A dehydration unit is used to remove water from natural gas. It has two types of filters, particulate filter and glycol carbon filter, to do the job. Find out more here.
Calculating Pressure Net Positive Suction Head for a Skid Pump
Net Positive Suction Head or NPSH is the difference between a pump’s inlet pressure and the lowest pressure inside it. Learn how to calculate it and avoid cavitation.
What are the Uses of Oil Treaters & Free Water Knockouts?
Oil treaters and free water knockouts are pressure vessels used to break the oil-water emulsion and produce a top-quality oil. Learn more about their uses here.
Best Management Practices & Ideas to Reduce Flare in Flare Stacks
Flare stacks and flame arresters are essential to ensure safety in oil and gas facilities. Find out about the flare reduction strategies and ideas from the experts here.