John Jasinski

John Jasinski is the Midstream Business Manager at Kimray. He works with producers, OEMs, and engineering firms to find the most effective solutions for controlling their midstream operations.

Posts by John Jasinski

Two LACT Units in a Field

What Does a LACT Unit Do?

A LACT unit is a piece of oil and gas equipment used to sample and measure oil so it can be transferred from one company to another.  What does LACT Stand For? LACT stands for Lease Automatic Custody Transfer. The custody of the oil is usually transferred from an upstream oil and gas producer to a
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Midstream Oil - Gathering, Transporting, Storing, and Refining

Midstream Oil: Gathering, Transporting, Storing, and Refining

Once oil is produced and separated from the water and gas, it’s ready to be moved. This is usually done by a midstream company. Oil is a little easier for a company to move because they don’t have to continually process, dehydrate, and compress it (like gas) or find space to inject or recycle it
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Midstream Pig Launcher

Why Midstream Oil and Gas is Booming

The midstream oil and gas industry is experiencing a boom. The rapid growth of production in the Permian Basin and the Bakken in particular have created a bottleneck for producers. With the lack of enough pipelines to get production to export, processing, or storage, oil and gas producers are hungry for ways to get their product to
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Kimray's Midstream Products

Which Ball Valve Types are Ideal for Midstream Applications?

Kimray is now offering a full a range of midstream products, including a variety of ball valve types, actuators, and glycol pumps. Midstream Challenges Midstream oil and gas companies are responsible for getting produced energy from the field to the processing plant. To do this they have to gather, compress, process, store and transport natural gas, oil
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Gas Refinery

Midstream Oil and Gas Processing: What are Natural Gas Liquids (NGLs)?

Natural gas liquids (NGLs) are hydrocarbons extracted during the gas refining process that are used to create hundreds of products, from clothing and household items to feedstock for industrial machines. From the Field to the Plant Energy producers begin the process of separation from the moment they extract natural gas from a well. The initial
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