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Optimizing IIoT Value in Oil & Gas with IT-OT Alignment


Information Technology (IT) and Operational Technology (OT) teams have traditionally worked independently of one another. But the rise of digital transformation initiatives has forced organizations to rethink siloed operations. To achieve maximum business value, aligning the divided worlds of IT and OT can significantly accelerate IIoT's time to value. To learn how your organization can maximize IIoT value through an IT-OT alignment, download our new white paper.

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Emerson
Peaks and Valleys: Solving Gas Wellhead Flow Measurement Problems


With varying flow rates and pressure spikes, measuring flow on a gas wellhead that utilizes a plunger lift system can be challenging. Using a conventional pressure transmitter designed to cover only the normal working pressure of the well will result in lost income. This white paper explains how a Rosemount multivariable transmitter can solve your flow measurement challenges.

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MSA white paper

Portable Gas Detectors: Bump Test without the Gas? Not a Contradiction in Terms

Yes, right now, present day. An e-chem sensor can check sensor function and instrument flow path without bottled gas or a regulator. Flow path is checked using a worker’s exhaled breath. Time between full calibrations can be extended via the capability to automatically adjust sensor output within acceptable parameters. This gas detection sensor technology is available now—read about it in Gas Processing magazine, courtesy of author Towner Scheffler, MSOL, Ph.D. Dr. Scheffler holds more than 15 MSA gas sensing technology-related patents and contributes to research and development of electrochemical, spectroscopic and ionizing sensing technology.
  
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Construction Boxscore Database for Gas Processing
Gas Processing Global Construction Forecast


Boxscore data indicates a 76% growth in new gas processing project announcements within the past year.

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Editorial Comment
-Adrienne Blume
At CERAWeek by IHS Markit, held in Houston in March, IEA Director Fatih Birol said that the world would soon see a major second wave of shale gas production from the US in response to higher energy prices and growing demand from India and China.
Regional Focus
-Shem Oirere
Mozambique and Tanzania hold an estimated 180 Tft3 and 57 Tft3 of proven natural gas reserves, respectively.


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