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Cost Implications for Throttling Electric Actuators in Pipeline Systems

Cost Implications for Throttling Electric Actuators in Pipeline Systems

A few years ago, a major U.S. liquid pipeline comp...

Control Using Wireless Throttling Valves

Control Using Wireless Throttling Valves

Based on the broad acceptance of wireless transmit...

Ten Commandments of Exceptional Customer Service

Ten Commandments of Exceptional Customer Service

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Oil Pipeline Crunch Shifts U.S. Shale Race from Drillbits to Valves

“The U.S. shale oil revolution can't be stopped, but it could be delayed by a potential shortfall of 10-ton valves and giant pipeline pumps essential for rebalancing markets upended by the surge in production,” writes Kristen Hays from Reuters.

“A valve for a 20-inch pipeline can weigh 3,000 pounds (1,360 kg) to 4,100 pounds, while one for a 36-inch line can weigh 15,500 to 19,000 pounds, depending on whether flanges are included. The biggest valves for the largest pipes are heftier, plus they cost about $120,000 each.”

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