Stationary Engines

Stationary engines (SE) are used throughout the upstream, midstream and downstream process. The engines run various pipeline equipment which controls the optimal pressure, volume and temperature operating parameters for the oil and gas fluid to flow.

Insulation Heating

Depending on the viscosity, pressure, temperature and volume of the liquid flowing through the pipeline, trace line heating or insulation may be required. Trace line systems run alongside of the oil and natural gas line to help with the flow.

Natural Gas Dehydration

All natural gas contains water. This water can cause corrosion, and reduced pipeline efficiency. Hydrates can also form blocking sections of the pipeline. Contract agreements implemented by gas transmission companies specify maximum allowable water content. This is usually 5 to 7 pounds of water per million standard cubic feet of gas.

The glycol regenerative type dehydration system uses Triethylene Glycol (TEG) to remove water form the natural gas.

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