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
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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In our last article we discussed the CAP3-F remote power configuration in detail. In this article we’ll focus on the CAP3-M configuration and why you might consider it for your remote power needs. Introducing Compressed Air Pneumatics (CAP3) This is the second in a series of three articles discussing the Qnergy Compressed Air
Increasingly, governments around the world require oil & gas companies reduce their methane emissions and lessen their overall carbon footprint. The Canadian government gives incentives to oil & gas producers to reduce their emissions with initiatives like the Emissions Reduction Fund – Onshore Program. It’s not too late to take part in this program but
We’ve already written in detail on interesting facts about the pumpjack including a short history and some of the important specifications about them. We also have an older article from several years ago that is still relevant today that might interest you, describing how taking care of your pumpjack for the long term can pay
We’ve already discussed how companies and investors are becoming more aware of Environmental, Social and Governance performance metrics. Governments increasingly require methane gas-producing companies to reduce their emissions and some are even incentivizing them to do so. The question is, how? Many facilities have multiple methane sources from pneumatic devices. Solutions that address the issue
One problem that natural gas suppliers need to deal with is the issue of water, hydrocarbon condensates, chemicals and other liquids in natural gas lines. How do you deal with this problem currently and is it something you’re struggling with? The good news is Innopipe from OilPro was designed to solve this exact scenario. Innopipe