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Dump Valve Washout Issues

Dump Valve Problems in the Anadarko Woodford

We recently received a call from a producer in the Anadarko Woodford who was experiencing dump valve problems. We went out to see what we could do. Here are the results. Well Conditions Known Vessel Design: Bucket and weir water knockout Oil: 520 Bbl/D Water: 730 Bbl/D Gas: 8.2 Mmcf/D Knockout Vessel Pressure: 220 psi Downstream Pressure: 60 psi
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How a Free Water Knockout Works | Podcast Episode #15

In this episode we are joined by Kyle Andrews, Product and Applications Trainer at Kimray, who explains how a free water knockout works.  Topics in How a Free Water Knockout Works What is “free water”? Why is water management important? What are sacrificial anodes? Resources mentioned in this episode: What is a Free Water Knockout?
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Podcast: How Does a Gas Dehydration System Work? | Ep. #12

In this episode we are joined by Kyle Andrews, Product and Applications Trainer at Kimray, who explains how producers use a Gas Dehydration System to remove moisture from their natural gas. Topics in Gas Dehydration System What is a Gas Dehydration System? What is glycol? Where and why do producers use dehydration systems? What are
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What is a BTEX Condenser Unit?

What is a BTEX Condenser Unit? A BTEX Condenser Unit is an accessory of a natural gas dehydration unit. Producers use these units to condense four harmful vapors into liquid and dispose of them. “BTEX” is an acronym that stands for Benzene, Toluene, Ethylbenzene and Xylene. These are naturally occurring elements found in crude oil
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Compressor Station in the Powder River Basin

How A Gas Compressor Station Works

What is a Natural Gas Compressor Station? The natural gas compressor station plays a vital role in the oil and gas industry. Companies construct these stations along natural gas pipelines and use them to compress gas so it can continue flowing downstream to its final destination, which may be a processing facility, a storage tank,
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