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Canned sealless pumps for hazardous applications
-Abdulrahman Al-Sultan, Shuja Alharbi, November 21, 2022
The oil and gas industry has many applications that are toxic or hazardous, where process fluid leakage is not permitted and leads to health, safety and environmental impacts.
Do not just monitor bad actor machines: Start when they are healthy
-Roberto Divita, November 01, 2022
Anyone who has ever watched a medical drama knows the story.
Fouling in gas processing facilities: Testing, root cause analysis and mitigation—Part 1
-November 01, 2022
Fouling in gas processing facilities can take on several different forms, depending on the conditions where it occurs and the contaminants involved.
Is your plant radio equipment up to code?
-Elizabeth Buckley, November 01, 2022
How does a team communicate around an LNG plant or any other type of industrial facility, whether it be a refinery or oil field?
Regulations and natural gas design
-Samuel Miller, November 01, 2022
The natural gas industry is in a state of flux, with evolving industry regulations facilitated by lessons learned from previous catastrophes.

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