Improved Measurement of Water Content in Natural Gas
1 April 2021

Given the unsettled nature of energy markets caused by the pandemic, the importance of monitoring critical attributes of pipeline gas is very high. Contaminates in natural gas can cause a variety of problems for pipeline operators and petrochemical plants, especially when combined with water. This makes accurate and reliable measurement of water content in natural gas streams critical, but traditional techniques often fall short. Fortunately, new analyzers offer much improved performance.

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The Outlook for the Shift to Industrial Autonomy
15 September 2020

Yokogawa commissioned global research on the advancement of industrial autonomy amongst companies in six key process industries. 504 respondents provided an in-depth view of future trends in automation and autonomy, the business objectives they are targeting, and the technologies they are implementing to meet those objectives. For more information, please download the report.

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Reduce CAPEX by 50% and Footprint by 40% in Gas Quality Measurement Applications
10 September 2020

Compliance with gas quality specifications requires the measurement of both sulfur and natural gas energy content. Supporting these measurements often involves multiple gas analyzers or expensive and large conventional air-bath oven gas chromatographs. This white paper outlines ways to reduce cost, footprint, and complexity by leveraging the industry’s first explosion-proof gas chromatograph capable of combining the measurement of hydrogen sulfide (H2S), energy content, hydrocarbon dew point, and total sulfur compounds in a single compact, field-mountable gas analyzer solution.

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Performance Audits | Key to Enhanced & Sustained Supplier Performance
1 September 2020

A 2019 Deloitte survey revealed that over 80% of organizations experienced a third-party incident in the last three years. A common underlying factor among these was a lack of in-depth knowledge about their suppliers. Only about 10% of the surveyed organizations reported having reasonable knowledge and awareness of their subcontractors, inducted by third-party suppliers. This distinct lack of awareness creates a serious risk that entangles organizations’ reputations as well as their future business potential.

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Ultrasonic Meter Diagnostics – What Does the Future Look Like?
20 August 2020

Ultrasonic flowmeters provide distinct advantages over other types of flowmeters. One benefit includes the progression of diagnostic information available with new and enhanced features that can improve your operations. In this white paper, we will discuss traditional diagnostics compared to new features with ultrasonic meters, including condition based indicators and new transducer designs.

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Winning at the edge: A new frontier for pipeline management
19 August 2020

Incorporating more digitalization and edge computing capabilities are integral part of the plans to automate processes and do real-time data analytics. Rugged, secure and highly automated computing systems must protect and support pipeline management applications quickly and reliably.

Stratus Technologies' whitepaper, "Winning at the edge: A new frontier for pipeline management," outlines a new approach to solve pipeline infrastructure management problems. Our solution supports a complete, always-on pipeline system that eliminates downtime and optimizes operations.

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Application of Digital Analytics to Pipeline Custody Transfer Measurement Validation
3 August 2020

With the growth of smarter, device level diagnostics and improved network bandwidth, pipeline operator’s approach to assuring accurate flow measurement is changing, becoming more efficient. This paper explores the application of augmented intelligence (AI) smart analytics to assure the accuracy of custody transfer measurement. It answers the questions:1) does AI add value, and if so, 2) how should it be implemented in my organization

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Three ways oil and gas operators can close their most prominent cybersecurity blind spot
9 June 2020

Like all critical industries, oil and gas operations make prime targets for cyber threats of all kinds. Yet many management and operational executives can feel cybersecurity is not their responsibility, or they lack the charter, the expertise, and the tools to counter the threats. Together, those attitudes can cause a big blind spot vulnerability that hackers can exploit successfully. This paper provides information on three ways to close it.

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