Monday, April 13, 2020

Reliability for the Oil & Gas Industry Part 3: Downstream Sector

 

 

The downstream sector is the last stage in the oil and gas supply chain, and encapsulates the operations that take place after the production phase right to the point of sale to the end consumers. The complexity of this chain segment is due to the inclusion of a varied range of activities such as refining, petrochemicals, and distribution. By adopting Reliability Technologies for the monitoring and inspection of assets that are key to the overall process, companies are able to reduce costs and risk while increasing efficiency, safety, and reliability.

 

Real World Case Studies
Offshore Drilling Company Reaps Big Savings with FlexIR Windows
IR Windows Assure Reliability and Safety for Drilling Rigs

 

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