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OptoAcoustic gas detection determines gas content via the measurement of acoustic pressure waves that are propagated as a gas is irradiated under an appropriately tuned light.

A gaseous mixture sample passes through a membrane into a measurement cell which contains an optical light source and a microphone. Incident light modulated at a specific frequency is briefly absorbed as intermolecular energy by the gas molecules and then released as translational energy, creating periodic temperature and pressure changes that generate measurable acoustic pulses.

New products and services for the pipeline industry, from Structural Integrity, Step-Ko, Trenchers and Equipment, ESAB, Master Bond and more.

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.

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

Technology moves on but instruments to search, monitor, or record the passage of a pipeline pig have not kept up and are often very short on features and high on price. Some devices simply provide a means to view the strength of a 22-Hz signal and, perhaps, log a low-grade pig passage time.

New products from CECO, ProAct, IBM, Pegasystems, Above Ground Marker, Endress+Hauser, FF-Automation, Heath Consultants, Invensys Operations Management, Moyno, Inc., Radiodetection, McElroy, Engineered Concepts, LLC, Thomas & Betts Hazlux.

GE has announced its latest contribution to natural gas-driven power generation in the FlexAero* LM6000-PH, a highly efficient 50-megawatt (MW) gas turbine.

UE’s TX200H pressure transmitter allows users to easily upgrade to a HART 7 device using existing wiring.

Midstream oil and gas markets typically use three types of networks. The first type is for control and for safety shutdown systems, typically starting at the controller level and extending down to I/O and instruments. The second type is for Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems, starting at the controller level and extending up to MES and to ERP systems. The third type of network is intranets for internal communications such as VoIP, dedicated email servers and file transfers. On any of those networks, switching to Ethernet may decrease costs and improve connectivity.

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