Meet Fluenta at OGA 2019

Every year industry leaders, prominent subject experts and decision makers meet at the the Asian Oil, Gas & Petrochemical Engineering Exhibition (OGA) in Malaysia. Fluenta will display its ultrasonic measurement technology to educate companies on how to effectively monitor and report flare gas emissions. This year marks the first OGA exhibition since the opening of…

Canadian oil and gas: calling for expansion

Canada is the world’s fifth-largest producer of natural gas and sixth-largest producer of oil. Canada is a is a major player in the energy industry, crucial to the economy of North America and has the third largest oil reserves in the world. Now the country is looking to expand its oil and gas capabilities further.…

Becoming carbon neutral: the industry approach

British MPs have approved a motion to declare an environment and climate emergency. While there is no single definition of what the emergency entails, many local areas have stated they want to be carbon-neutral by 2030. A climate leader According to the United Nations, we could have just 11 years left to limit a climate…

Tom Pugliese talks gas flaring at the Process Solutions Summit

Eastern Controls’ Process Solutions Summit brings together oil and gas industry leaders alongside 300 businesses from across the Mid-Atlantic Region. Tom Pugliese, Fluenta’s Area Sales Manager will represent us at the summit and will host a talk detailing the environmental requirements for flare gas measurement and how the right technology can help solve the intrinsic…

On the move: transport innovation in oil and gas

The container ship Wes Amelie has received fuel through the first ship-to-ship operation involving Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) – marking an important step in an industry constantly innovating to improve oil and gas transportation. Energy on the go Effective transportation of oil and gas enables fuel delivery across the globe. This can happen through: Pipelines…

US banks on its 100-year supply of natural gas

Oil and gas are finite resources. As reserves decline, fuel security is an increasing concern for nation states around the world. Governments are making considerable efforts to exploit existing fuel sources and develop technologies to extract previously untapped resources. One of the most promising of these is shale gas which – for an energy-hungry nation…

Taking the Sting out of Flare Metering

This case study highlights the value of regular servicing of the FGM 160, that service goes beyond a simple verification of the meter measurement, and that proactive service by a certified engineer often saves customers money in the long-run. Complete the form below to download the PDF: The link to the download will be emailed…

Gas compressor stations: what and why?

Global demand for natural gas is set to increase by an average 1.6% in the next 5 years – largely driven by emerging Asian markets. These developing energy networks will require a strong infrastructure for transporting large volumes of gas from the point of extraction to its final destination. A critical component of this infrastructure…

Oil terminals: loading with flaring

Stored away in salt caverns deep in the Gulf Coast region are 727 million barrels of oil. The Strategic Oil Reserve was established in 1973 to prepare for potential political conflicts and trade embargoes that could limit the US’ access to vital oil supplies. Across the globe, other countries are starting to stockpile too. While…