Project: BioReactor at Oil Field - Yemen - Case Study
Project Description Project: BioReactor at Oil Field Type: BioReactor 150, 3-chamber Country: Yemen Client: Horizon Capacity: 150 m³/day Year of Installation: 2008
ETLS pumps for Valemon oil production field - Case Study
The Valemon oil production field offers recoverable oil and gas reserves, estimated to be approximately 26 billion m3 of gas and 31 million barrels of condensates, which makes it one of the biggest undeveloped gas fields in the North Sea. Cameron Ltd, one of the chosen contractors for the project run by Statoil, approached Rodelta as one of the few suppliers that was able to meet the stringent Norsok regulations and supply API approved pumps in their short timescale.The SolutionThe pumps need to be installed on a...
doseBadge and optimus red – experts in their field! - Case study
The largest greenfield festival in the world posed a challenge where innovative tactics were employed to ensure that noise measurements were accurate and valid. End user Richard Willson, Noise at Work Consultant for TESS, The Event Safety Shop. Richard is one of the UK’s most experienced festival noise specialists having worked on some of the UK’s most prestigious events such as Glastonbury, Latitude, Leeds & Reading Festivals, Festival Republic and BBC events. Location 2014 Glastonbury...
VENTUS-X-UMB field test in Norway - Case Study
In a project, launched in January 2016, the Norwegian airport systems integrator Avinor has tested a new VENTUS-UMB model with an enhanced heating power. Two of the new models have run in the field, installed at the most extreme sites in Norway, where they are delivering wind data reliably ever since their installation. One is placed at the top of Kjølen mountain, close to Tromsø Airport, at a height of 2,600ft. Here, the average winter temperature is -5°C. The second one VENTUS-X is installed...
KNMI - Field test of the Lufft / Jenoptik SHM30 laser snow depth sensor - Case Study
Field test report of the Lufft / Jenoptik SHM30 laser snow depth sensor, conducted by Netherlands weather service KNMI - R&D Information and Observation Technology - De Bilt, from December 2011 - June 2011.