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QUAD Oa TESTING, DESIGN, INSTALLATION, RE-TESTING, TRAINING, AND SERVICE—OTA COMPRESSION COVERS IT ALL IN THE PERMIAN BASIN

Regulatory changes that once were a trickle now seem to crash like Niagara Falls through the Oil Patch. It can be nearly impos­sible just to know the regulations, let alone get into compliance while trying to run your main business. OTA Compression is quickly becoming the go-to compliance company for the Permian Basin, Oklahoma, Colorado [...]

By |November 29th, 2016|Categories: Air Quality, Compliance, Gas Analysis, Industry News, Leak Detection and Repair, OTA Service, Science and Technology|Comments Off on QUAD Oa TESTING, DESIGN, INSTALLATION, RE-TESTING, TRAINING, AND SERVICE—OTA COMPRESSION COVERS IT ALL IN THE PERMIAN BASIN

KIMARK’S AUTO-IGNITION BURNER MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS MAKE EMPLOYEES SAFER

“Every time we go onsite to install one of our burner management systems the field people run up and thank us profusely for installing a system that is so much safer than their older one,” says Kimark Senior Product Specialist Lyle Welch. If you have an older burner management system (BMS) with a burner that [...]

By |November 22nd, 2016|Categories: Burner Management Systems, Compliance, Industry News, Science and Technology|Comments Off on KIMARK’S AUTO-IGNITION BURNER MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS MAKE EMPLOYEES SAFER

FUGITIVE EMISSIONS COMPONENTS (QUAD Oa) – WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW

LDAR (Leak Detection and Repair) has now reached beyond chemical and O&G processing plants to the O&G upstream and midstream facilities with the release of 40 CFR Part 60 Subpart OOOOa on June 3, 2016 (effective August 2, 2016). The leak detection rules directly affect well sites and compressor stations constructed, modified, or reconstructed after September [...]

By |November 3rd, 2016|Categories: Air Quality, Compliance, Industry News, OTA Service, Science and Technology|Tags: , , , , |Comments Off on FUGITIVE EMISSIONS COMPONENTS (QUAD Oa) – WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW

LEAK DETECTION AND REPAIR (LDAR) – NEW SERVICE LINE

Recently, the Midland Reporter-Telegram contacted us to speak on behalf of the oil and gas industry in regards to the May 12 of 2016 release of 40 CFR Part 60 Subpart OOOOa New Source Performance Standards (NSPS), also known as the leak detection and green completion rules. OTA’s main focus is geared towards the LDAR [...]

By |October 27th, 2016|Categories: Air Quality, Compliance, Industry News, OTA Service, Science and Technology|Tags: , , |Comments Off on LEAK DETECTION AND REPAIR (LDAR) – NEW SERVICE LINE

WHY RECIPROCATING COMPRESSORS ARE A GIVEN FOR VAPOR RECOVERY APPLICATIONS

On September 18, 2016, The Midland Reporter-Telegram published a rich article differentiating the OTA recip compressor from the screw type. Touting the benefits of the recip are and not limited to: EFFICIENT HORIZONTALLY-DISPOSED CYLINDERS DRAIN LIQUIDS OUT AND AWAY FROM THE COMPRESSION ZONES COST EFFECTIVE ERGONOMIC OFF THE SHELF REPLACEMENT PARTS SIGNIFICANLY LESS OIL UTILIZED [...]

By |October 12th, 2016|Categories: Industry News, Science and Technology, Vapor Recovery|Comments Off on WHY RECIPROCATING COMPRESSORS ARE A GIVEN FOR VAPOR RECOVERY APPLICATIONS

INDUSTRY-LEADING – KIMARK SMARTFLARE

INDUSTRY-LEADING – KIMARK SMARTFLARE (10 – 200 MCFD) MAXIMUM FLEXIBILTY & QUAD O COMPLIANT With increasing regulations and safety requirements (Quad 0 in particular), operators and midstream companies cannot afford VOC pressure variations to surprise them, allowing those VOCs to escape into the atmosphere. Where tanks and other storage facilities are too far from pipelines [...]

By |January 21st, 2016|Categories: Compliance, Industry News, Science and Technology, Vapor Combustor Units, Vapor Recovery|Comments Off on INDUSTRY-LEADING – KIMARK SMARTFLARE

OSU researchers hope to improve oil production by better understanding rocks and engineering

Lessons learned more than a century ago from the 1906 San Francisco earthquake are helping a team of researchers at Oklahoma State University make oil and natural gas drilling in Oklahoma more efficient. Priyank Jaiswal, assistant professor of seismology at Oklahoma State University’s Boone Pickens School of Geology, and his research team are studying hydraulic [...]

By |January 1st, 2015|Categories: Science and Technology|Comments Off on OSU researchers hope to improve oil production by better understanding rocks and engineering