Oxford Flow, the pressure control equipment specialist for the oil and gas, water and industrial process industries, has launched its IM gas regulator valve.
In conventional valves, the diaphragm tends to be the most common failure point. Oxford Flow’s new design has eliminated the diaphragm, stem and external mechanical actuator. With only one moving part, the design aims to minimise potential leaks and the risk of fugitive emissions.
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Analysis of the logs, use of offset comparison data and cut-offs, in conjunction with advanced wireline tools has indicated an increase in net pay of 17 m, which brings the total net pay to 58 m using the cutoffs from the nearby Waitsia field.