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For pipeline owners and operators, efforts to mitigate or control internal corrosion generally fall into one or more of a handful of strategies. Moisture content control seeks to limit the amount of moisture (as measured in grains of water per million cubic feet of product, or by dew point) to eliminate the electrolyte for corrosion cells to develop.

Kepware has developed a new communications interface allowing you to monitor and manage measurements in real-time from your down hole drilling process.

Kepware has listened and is delivering a reliable and affordable EFM (Electronic Flow Measurement) solution to complement their existing KEPServerEX OPC Server for the Oil & Gas Industry.

The native-owned corporation that would control a third of the long-delayed Mackenzie Valley natural gas pipeline is open to discussing the idea of a liquefied natural gas project that would allow the resource to be shipped to Asia to kickstart development.

On May 4, Volvo Construction Equipment broke ground on the first phase of the $100 million expansion of its site in Shippensburg, PA. The first phase includes construction of a new America’s headquarters office.

Fourteen companies, including Gazprom and three other Russian firms, are bidding to acquire DEPA and its fully owned subsidiary DESFA, the Greek state-controlled gas transportation systems. Additionally, Gazprom is targeting Greece’s dominant oil company, Hellenic Petroleum, part-owner of DEPA, for possible acquisition.

When we think of preventing third-party damage we immediately think of calling 811, digging safely, locating accurately and keeping accurate up-to-date records and maps. While all of these are very important, preventing third-party damage must begin from the time we install our utilities in the ground.

Pakistan authorized the Interstate Gas Systems (ISGS) to execute the Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India (TAPI) pipeline project's Gas Sale Purchase Agreement (GSPA) with Turkmenistan.

The quality and composition of fuel burned in a gas turbine impacts the life of the turbine, particularly its combustion system and turbine section. The fuel specified for a given application is usually based on availability and price. Natural gas is a typical fuel of choice for gas turbines due to its low cost, widespread availability, and low resulting emissions. Lately, compression requirements in shale gas fields have drawn attention to the capability of gas turbines to burn fuels with higher than normal levels of heavier hydrocarbons.

Celerity Consulting Group provides data management and analysis services to companies facing information challenges with a focus on regulated industries and natural gas pipelines.