From wellhead, through feeder lines to processing facility, from offshore platform or FPSO to terminal, Permasense systems are today proving an efficient and safe way for inspection personnel to monitor the integrity of pipework at their desks.
Permasense systems are being installed on power station steam systems to enable operators to optimise the trade-off between operating efficiency and plant life, for example through monitoring flow-accelerated corrosion. Find out more…
Permasense systems have been deployed in geothermal power facilities to minimise the risk of unplanned service interruptions, for example through monitoring the effectiveness of corrosion inhibition programmes for wellheads. Find out more…
17th July 2014
In Refining Digest Weekly, two KNPC executives at the 2014 International Refining and Petrochemical Conference (IRPC) were attributed to saying that in the coming years, heavy crude oil will be the preferred refinery feed.
27th June 2014
At the 21st World Petroleum Congress in Moscow in June 2014, BP Vice President of Refining and Logistics Technology Ronald Unnerstall spoke about the state of the art sensing technology used to monitor pipeline integrity at BP. He focused on Permasense technology and the benefits that BP has experienced through deploying the Permasense system at all of its refineries.
18th June 2014
Permasense is exhibiting at the Offshore Northern Seas (ONS) 2014 Conference & Expo in Stavanger, Norway from 25 – 28 August 2014. ONS is one of the world’s major meeting places for those in the oil and energy industry.
20th May 2014
According to a major new report from the European Commission, corrosion of equipment continues to be an important source of accident risk potential at European Union (EU) and Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) refineries.