The start-up business, whose products have secured the support of Scottish Enterprise, is now gearing up for rapid growth after completion of successful field tests.
Their technology is based around two metering products which have a smaller footprint, so they can save on space on the well site as well as eliminating the need for manual intervention and costly production shut-downs.
Established in 2014, GM Flow has been developing a range of smart, safe and reliable flow measurement services and products to support production, exploration, and well services operations.
Gavin Munro, managing director of GM Flow Services Ltd, said: “We’ve spent the last four years developing and testing our products and are confident we have an intelligent but simple solution to the challenges in getting accurate flow data and then using the analysis more effectively.
“We are aiming to become the industry’s new standard in gas flow measurement metering and, as a result, grow the company significantly in the UK and overseas.
“Our expert team helps customers to fully understand and manage their flow measurement requirements; whether it be for fixed or portable well testing separator, custody transfer, gas-lift, fuel gas or high-pressure gas re-injection. Our new range of technology can overcome field operational constraints and functional concerns with conventional devices and equipment.”
Meeting industry demand for a bespoke gas flow measurement tool, GM Flow has launched Adjusta-Cone® - an automatic and fully adjustable, differential pressure cone meter for natural gas. Having recently completed successful field trials in the North Sea and the Middle East, the device is a safer, more accurate and cost-effective alternative to conventional dual chamber orifice plate fittings for flow measurement.
For well services, GM Flow can also resolve the common problems associated with measuring high pressure nitrogen gas flow during well testing, coiled tubing milling and gas lift operations with Integra-Cone™. The device is specifically designed and developed as a high-pressure nitrogen flow meter.
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