June 2015, Vol. 242, No. 6

TechNotes

Actuators Used on PDVSA LNG Pipeline

Rotork GO gas-over-oil actuators have been supplied for vital fail safe valve control duties on a new cryogenic LNG pipeline in Venezuela. In addition to providing the best technical solution for the application, the actuators were selected because of the high level of local support available from Rotork’s well-established company in Venezuela. The San Joaquin Pipeline, owned by Venezuela state oil company PDVSA, transports LNG for the international market between the San Joaquin and Jose cryogenic plants. The Rotork actuators operate 26-, 20- and 12-inch ball valves installed in tandem with non-return check valves at six valve stations along the route. The compact and modular Rotork

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