October 2018, Vol. 245, No. 10

Features

Asset Integrity Through On-Site Chemical Monitoring

By Emma Perfect, CEO, LUX Assure Ensuring effective asset integrity management is a growing challenge for many, if not all, operators within the oil and gas industry. The safe and profitable operation of maturing assets is a global concern, and one that has been intensified by the continued focus on cost efficiencies.  Chemical management plays a vital role in asset integrity management but with a plethora of chemicals used to support continuous well production, ensuring the correct dosage for each can be challenging. Too much can lead to production upsets, oil contamination or environmental damage; too little and you face problems such as hydrate

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