Over the years, OilPro staff have worked with Canada’s most talented and respected engineers in the oil and gas industry. Through these relationships, OilPro has benefited from technical experience, knowledge, information and practical application for some of the most challenging projects. The following articles are OilPro’s insights into some of these learnings. Get our perspective on equipment, advances in technology, and solutions to overcome various challenges.

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Some things just don’t ship well across the ocean. Oilfield storage tanks are really just light, big bags of air, and so, it is difficult to justify shipping low-pressure, low cost storage tanks across the ocean. The shipping costs tend to exceed fabrication costs. So what to do when your client says “but I really

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Are you a US-based oil and gas production company struggling with liquids in your natural gas lines? OilPro’s Innopipe inline gas separator and piggable drip system removes 99% of liquids and we can help you, too. In fact, our newest project involves removing liquids in gas transmission lines for most of a US state’s gas

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From 2000-2017, emissions of nitrogen dioxide in Canada and the U.S. decreased by 59% and 61%, respectively, in the transboundary ozone area (central and southern Ontario, southern Quebec, 18 U.S. states and the U.S. District of Columbia) covered by the Agreement. These regulations became more stringent and lowered permissible levels of nitrogen oxide (NOx) and

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We are excited to get this message from OilPro’s new Alberta, Canada energy producer customer after installing another mountaintop communications power system: “Great day of successful commissioning .. at …..repeater site, 5 TEG’s and 2 CataDyne Heaters replaced by 1 Qnergy Powergen 1200 (+140 lpd propane usage down to 30 lpd which is a substantial

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Glycols, such as ethylene glycol or propylene glycol, are commonly used as dehydrating agents in various applications because of their hygroscopic nature, which means they have the ability to attract and absorb moisture from their surroundings. This property makes them effective in removing water from a wide range of materials, such as natural gas, air

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  Carbon offsets are a way for individuals or companies to mitigate their carbon footprint by investing in projects that reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The idea is that if you cannot reduce your own emissions, you can support someone else to reduce theirs on your behalf. There are two types of carbon offsets: Emission Reduction

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