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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SAIT’s Rance Fisher Wellsite Production Education Centre is home to OilPro-supplied Glycol Dehydrator. OilPro is proud to have successfully delivered a replacement glycol dehydration system to replace aged systems which served SAIT well over the years. This updated unit reflects the latest in Canadian dehydration technology and was built together with Red Deer’s Aspire Energy
The PowerGen provides 240VAC to run a duplex 3 HP, 8.8 CFM (total before dryer purging) oilless air compressor combination, as well as a 120VAC output for battery backup system charging for the rest of the wellsite. Click here for video of this system The IA system not only reduces vented hydrocarbon volumes, but also
Providing renewable, reliable, resilient power through free-piston Stirling Engine technology. OilPro, Canadian distributors for Qnergy (q-ner-gy), presents the perfect solution to cathodic protection for pipeline systems. ICCP (Impressed Current Cathodic Protection) is a tried method for protecting pipelines from galvanic corrosion. PowerGen is the leader in maintenance-free generators for the 1.2 to 5.65 kilowatt range. PowerGens
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