In an effort to provide their popular integrated software engineering tools to the entire international pipeline industry Technical Toolboxes Inc. (TTI), Houston, has reported it has just launched its new "Pipeline Toolbox International Version" software package.
Power conversion specialist Converteam has been commissioned by Chipeta Processing LLC to supply a complete Variable Speed Drive System (VSDS) to control two natural gas compressor trains at the Chipeta Processing Plant in Utah (USA). This system will save an estimated $2 million per year in energy costs.
McDermott International Inc., Houston, has reported that one of its subsidiaries has been awarded full engineering, procurement, construction and installation (EPCI) of a 750-ton compressor module for BG Trinidad & Tobago’s Hibiscus field development offshore Trinidad.
A new provider of thru-tubing milling and fishing services, ICON Oilfield Services is headquartered in Dallas and is currently establishing an office in San Antonio, Texas, in order to service the Eagle Ford Shale play.
Denso North America, Houston, hs released SeaShield SplashZone UW Epoxy, a solvent-free patching compound used for repairing pits, cracks and voids in steel, concrete, wood and other surfaces with very minimal experience or tools required.
CorDEX Instruments, U.K., has reported it has launched a new ultrasonic tool for detecting corrosion in pipelines which for the first time provides the ability to build a predictive maintenance program to improve safety.
Emerson Process Management, Houston, has released the new Daniel 3812 Liquid Ultrasonic Flow Meter. Designed for reliable measurement, minimal maintenance and ease of operation, this meter is ideal for many applications in the petrochemical, oil, water and wastewater industries.
ProMation Engineering, Brooksville, Fla., P1 Series Quarter-Turn Electric, Non-Spring Return Actuators feature a compact industrial grade design for use with all ball and butterfly valves or dampers requiring torque outputs from 135 to 445 in. lbs.
MiX Telematics, Dallas, Texas, has launched the MiX Carbon Offset Initiative (COI). According to the company, the service helps fleet operators better manage their carbon emissions by guaranteeing a secure, accessible and cost-effective way to offset the greenhouse gas emissions caused by their fleets.