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  • Achieving RGD resistance to meet current oilfield needs
    Once you have set a process cycle that achieves perfect results for RGD-resistant seals, do not change any parameters even by the smallest amount.
  • Crude Oil Waxes, Emulsions, and Asphaltenes
    Crude Oil Waxes, Emulsions, and Asphaltenes. Oilfield waxes and emulsions are petroleum byproducts that increase costs of production, transportation and refining. This book explains the physical chemical problems associated with waxes and emulstions, and the new technologies for treatment of them.
  • Oil Pipelines and Elastomers - Compound Selection and Seal Design
    During seal selection, pipeline builders and technical buyers consider specifications such as temperature and pressure. Oilfield media is also important, and some compounds are better-suited for crude oil than sour crude. Today, most elastomeric oilfield seals made of nitrile, hydrogenated nitrile
  • Failure Analysis: Excessive Tensile Loading Can Result in Necking, Thread Spreading and Ductile Overload Failure
    Today we will look at a case in which bolts were submitted for failure analysis by a Middle Eastern oilfield equipment manufacturer. The bolts were manufactured in the United States.
  • LACT/Skid Enclosures
    Lease Automatic Custody Transfer (LACT/ACT) skids. provide precision measurement and quality control. to ensure the transfer of oilfield production to trucks, rail, storage tanks or pipelines is accurately measured.
  • How TEQUATIC TM PLUS Filters Economically Increase Volume of Recycled Produced Water
    Oilfield operators are under pressure to recycle. large volumes of water used for hydraulic. fracturing. They not only face environmental. concerns about produced water disposal, but also have limited access to water supplies and must pay to haul water. Often, it's difficult to. secure rights
  • Upstream or down, sliding vane pumps have role in petroleum supply chain
    incorporate sliding vane pumps into their most critical fluid-handling operations. With more than 100 years of proven success in these applications, sliding vane pumps remain the wise choice in safe, efficient, cost-effective and optimized operations from the oilfield to the fueling site.
  • Failure Analysis: Oil Field Case Study
    In this case we will examine a failure analysis for a customer involved in the very active oilfield drilling and hydraulic fracturing industry. Being a fastener in this industry is tough rigorous duty. In this case our failure analysis engineers were provided with eight fractured stud bolts

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