Webcasts & Whitepapers

Webcasts

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insitu logo 11/15/2016 Data Delivery: How Remote Sensing Technologies are Driving the Digital Future of the Oil and Gas Industry Integrating remote sensing into operations allows progressive companies to enhance productivity, reduce risk for employees and increase compliance with industry regulations. With operators on the ground, aircraft are able to venture into areas that would otherwise be hazardous to humans and collect key data for analysis and distribution that will drive better decision making practices. In this webinar, you will learn how Insitu is helping oil and gas companies such as Chevron ETC and ConocoPhillips investigate the benefits of using remote sensing technology to support oil spill emergency responses, ice floe monitoring and other operations.
logofleximrgb 4/27/2016 Clamp-on Ultrasonic Measurement in Gas Applications Clamp-on meters have been around for over 40 years. As a result of improvements in the technology, the last 10 years have seen clamp-on meters working on a full range of gas applications. Many non-fiscal applications that were done by orifice, turbine, and spool ultrasonic meters are now shifting to clamp-on meters. These meters are cost effective, easy to install, and are proving to be very reliable and accurate. Flexim will give an overview of the technology, show laboratory & field results, and a range of applications where clamp-on meters are being applied.

Whitepapers

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unknown-91 5/17/16-12/31/16 Pipeline Integrity: Best Practices to Prevent, Detect, and Mitigate Commodity Releases Commodity releases can have catastrophic consequences, so ensuring pipeline integrity is crucial for pipeline operators. Pipeline integrity is not just about preventing incidents, but is a holistic approach to the prevention, detection, and mitigation of commodity releases. This paper discusses advanced technologies and tools that enable greater pipeline integrity, particularly computational pipeline monitoring (CPM) methodologies as a means to identify anomalies that signal a possible commodity pipeline release.