Buying Used

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Spring 2019 This is a common scenario these days in the energy industry of today: The project AFE is approved after passing through many decision gateways. The CFO has the books in survival mode, and directs to spend as little as possible. After all, these are tough times and there are deals out there from desperate

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OilPro @ International Pipeline Expo 2018

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OilPro will exhibit our Innopipe and PowerGen product lines at the International Pipeline Expo Sept 25-27, 2018 Innopipe is a patented piggable liquids removal system for gas transmission systems.We remove liquids like produced water, hydrocarbon condensates and chemicals from natural gas lines. Results include better pipeline integrity; minimized corrosion issues; reduced use of inhibitors;  black powder reduction or elimination; extended pipeline

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Bolted Storage Tanks

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Storage TANKS High-capacity storage tanks are vital to many businesses including manufacturing facilities,  municipal water distribution systems, wastewater treatment facilities, power plants, the oil and gas industry, and fire protection systems. They are often used to store potable water for municipal water systems, chemicals for manufacturing, fire suppressants drilling fluids, crude oil or refined fuels,

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OilPro EnergyNow Feature Article

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OilPro’s Eco1st Separation Enhancer A Solution that Makes Business Sense   If asked, companies in the energy sector will typically declare their objectives to be improved profitability, efficiency and product quality. OilPro’s mission is to provide effective and reliable oil and natural gas production equipment so companies can achieve exactly that: quality, efficiency, and profitability.

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Horizontal VS. Vertical Vessel Selection

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Horizontal VS. Vertical Vessel Selection in Two Phase Oil and Gas Separation Horizontal separators are smaller and less expensive than vertical separators for a given gas capacity. In the gravity settling section of a horizontal vessel, the liquid droplets fall perpendicular to the gas flow and thus are more easily settled out of the gas continuous

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