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Compressor Station in the Powder River Basin

Midstream Oil and Gas: How A Gas Compressor Station Works

What is a Natural Gas Compressor Station? Natural gas compressor stations play a vital role in the midstream oil and gas sector. 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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V-Port Ball Valve on a Metering Skid

A V-Port Ball Valve can provide control in many applications. In this piece we’ll look at its operation in holding back pressure on a gross liquid metering skid. Application: Ball Valve on a Metering Skid A Kimray customer in California had a metering skid near the their wellhead. It’s instillation purpose was to test the well and
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Control Valve Symbols Chart

The Most Common Control Valve Symbols on a P&ID

The control valve symbols on a P&ID differ depending on the type of valve specified for the application. In this article, we will identify the most commonly used control valve symbols. Piping and Instrumentation Diagram (P&ID) Before the completion of a well, a Facilities Engineer creates a diagram of all the piping and instrumentation designated
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3-Piece Ball Valves

What is a 3-Piece Ball Valve? A 3-piece ball valve is a valve that swings open on both ends in order to provide easy access to the valve’s internals for maintenance and repair purposes. Flo-Tite 3-Piece Ball Valve Features Flo-Tite’s Multi-Choice and Tri-Pro valves are dynamic, high-performance 3-piece valves that are long lasting, cost effective,
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V-Port Ball Valves

Oil and gas producers use a V-Port Ball Valve to convert a standard on/off ball valve to a modulating ball valve.  Kimray is proud to offer high-quality Flo-Tite ball valves and rotary control valves used in a wide variety of industries. This partnership allows us to provide an expanded array of control solutions for upstream and midstream
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