Catalytic reforming converts low-octane, straight-run naphtha fractions, particularly heavy naphtha, into a high-octane, low-sulfur reformate, which is a major blending product for gasoline/petrol. The process is endothermic and is carried out by feeding a naphtha and hydrogen mixture to a furnace, where it is heated in a series of fired heaters to the desired temperature, […]
Altitec Academy, the rotor blade technician training programme from Altitec, a leading wind turbine blade repair and inspection specialist, has secured the blade repair certification from the Global Wind Organisation (GWO) for its training centres in London and Cape Town. The certification also allows Altitec to conduct GWO training in Australia. Altitec Academy trains upwards […]
The Atlantic Canada Petroleum Show returns to Mile One Centre, St. John’s, Newfoundland & Labrador on June 20 – 21, 2018, with a refreshed focus on energy education. “It is time to reimagine the traditional trade show and focus on education and training for the energy industry,” says Wes Scott, President and CEO of EventWorx […]
For more than 85 years, the rupture disk has served as an effective passive safety mechanism to protect against overpressure or potentially damaging vacuum conditions in oil and gas storage tanks and other enclosed vessels. Designing the first rupture disk (bursting disc) in 1931, BS&B Safety Systems, continues to set the world standards for rupture […]
Huber is a world’s renowned company that specializes in dealing with thermal regulation technologies. Not only do they produce precision equipment for thermoregulation, but all of their products are specialized to work with fully customizable additions to provide an interactive interface as well. Their products include Dynamic Temperature Control Systems with unistats tailored to meet […]
A unique case study featuring OSP technology is highlighted in the June issue of the Journal of Petroleum Technology (JPT). The case study outlines a series of coiled tubing (CT) string failures experienced by a major Canadian service provider in the Montney formation in northeastern British Columbia. “The strings were failing well below their expected […]
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