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Showcasing accurate metering solutions for the gas industry

ALTUS, OK, USA, March 18, 2015 – Turbines, Inc., the leader in the design and manufacturer of reliable and accurate turbine flow metering solutions, announces its participation in the 2015 ArkLaTex Oilfield Expo held at the Shreveport Convention Center in Shreveport, Louisiana in booth #1419 on April 1-2.

The ArkLaTex Oilfield Expo provides the opportunity to connect with top industry professionals to discuss the latest technology, equipment, and services that will help oilfield professionals from both the state and federal levels of government.

Provides highly accurate and reliable cryogenic flow measurement

ALTUS, OK, USA, March 10, 2015 – Turbines, Inc., the leader in the design and manufacturer of reliable and accurate turbine flow metering solutions, expands its comprehensive cryogenic monitoring capabilities with the availability of its updated cryogenic turbine flow meter for industrial, chemical, aerospace, as well as research and development applications.

The TMC Series cryogenic turbine flow meter has an all stainless steel body and shaft, with a nickel rotor in all available line sizes. Turbines, Inc.’s cryogenic meters can handle a temperature range of -450°F to +450°F, making them the ideal meters for extreme temperature applications. Additionally, the performance flow rate range has increased to 12,000 GPM.

ALTUS, OK USA, February 26, 2015 – In many shale plays, the composition of the “flowback” from fracking sites are a complex combination of water, extraction chemicals, soluble and insoluble gases, oil, as well as proppants (small particulates, typically sand or ceramic). The substantial volume of material coming to the surface is processed through systems designed to separate the oil, gas, and water emulsion, while employing filters to remove proppants from the mixture. Once separated, the fluids and gas are pumped into tanks for further processing; and in the case of water, pumped to holding tanks or evaporation ponds.

This article will delve into the importance of highly accurate measurement of oil and gas as those flows go through the collection piping and production manifold toward the processing facility or storage units. It will also cover the measurement of flowback and wastewater that are intended for potential re-use or onsite disposal, both of which are governed by increasing regulation.




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