Treater valves at a well site

What’s the Best Valve for Salt Water Disposal?

Salt water disposal is a large and often overlooked piece of the oil and gas industry. Salt water is a natural byproduct of oil and gas production. Out of the roughly 1 million producing oil and gas wells in United States flows 21 billion barrels of water per year. What is a Salt Water Disposal
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Traditional Ball Valves vs. Segmented V-Port Ball Valves

Traditional Ball Valves vs. Segmented V-Port Ball Valves

A Segmented V-Port Ball Valve can be used to efficiently control midstream production operations. Producers with both upstream and midstream operations often have to go to multiple vendors to find the right control valve solutions. Not so with Kimray.  Kimray offers trusted upstream products as well as a variety of midstream solutions to meet your gathering, transporting,
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Product Notice | Potential Issue with High Pressure Control Valve Upper Stems

Product Notice | Potential Issue with High Pressure Control Valve Upper Stems

This product notice is to inform you that we’ve recently discovered a potential issue on our 2” High Pressure Control Valve. The valve is missing a bevel located above and below the wrench flats on the 522 upper stem. This lack of a bevel can cause damage to the o-ring when it’s installed. The potential
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Should I Use Mechanical or Pneumatic Controls for my Coal Seam Gas production?

Should I Use Mechanical or Pneumatic Controls For My Coal Seam Gas Production? 

Kimray has helped pioneer coal seam gas production with producers across the United States, India, and Australia.   Coal Seam Gas recovery, also called Coal Bed Methane production, is a method of recovering gas stored in coal. In this video, we explain the process and two solutions Kimray provides to control it.   Coal Seam Gas Production Because coal seam
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Back Pressure Regulator and High Pressure Control Valve Package

Permian Basin Oil Production: 3 Popular Kimray Products in West Texas

Believed by some to be the largest oil and gas field in the world, Permian Basin oil was originally discovered by 1920 by W. H. Abrams in Mitchell County. The Permian is 250 miles wide and 300 miles long, stretching from Lubbock south to the Rio Grande and from central Texas west into southeastern New Mexico.
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