Glycol Pump

Glycol Circulation Conversion Chart

All natural gas comes to the surface with water vapor. At this early stage of production, natural gas is often referred to as “wet gas.” Gas dehydration is the process of separating this water from the gas in order to sell the “dry gas” for end use. The most common method of removing water from
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The Overlooked Importance of a Control Valve | Q&A with Bill Diokanos

“The control valve is a vital part of a production system, but it’s often overlooked until there is an issue with it.” Bill Diokanos is an engineer and consultant with over 35 years of experience in upstream oil and gas production and pipeline operations.  Over the past 10 years he has consulted ExxonMobil, Shell Exploration and Production,
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Durable Dehy.

Application Guide for Dehydration

Glycol dehydration is a method of removing water from natural gas. When gas comes to the surface it contains some element of water. This gas/water mixture—often referred to as “wet gas”—can cause a variety of problems for downstream gas production processes, measurement, and equipment. Glycol is introduced into the mixture to trap the water embedded
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Kimray's Electric Glycol Pump provided to Encana.

Electric Glycol Pump with Encana in Colorado’s Piceance Basin

Encana is one of North America’s largest energy producers with operations throughout Canada as well as subsidiary operations in Colorado, Wyoming, Texas and Louisiana. In May 2011, Kimray provided Encana with an Electric Glycol Pump for a field trial at their operation in Parachute, Colorado, in the Piceance Basin – one of the company’s key
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