Gas Meters News

  • Aclara and Enbala Form Strategic Alliance

    Aclara Technologies and Enbala Power Networks announce a new strategic alliance through which Aclara adds Enbala's Virtual Power Plant (VPP) technology to Aclara's utility solution suite. Aclara is a leading supplier of smart infrastructure solutions (SIS) to electric, gas and water utilities. Enbala is a world-leading VPP and distributed energy resource management software company. Enbala's ...


    By Smart Grid Observer

  • Hydroxyl Radical Eliminates H2S in Wet Scrubbers & Flue Gases

    In a recent study in Houston, TX, H2S was removed from a natural gas stream containing 2,000 mg/l of H2S and 5% CO2 using JC 9450 ROS. JC 9450 ROS is a new mineral oxychloride compound that generates Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS) like hydroxyl radical ions and others ions in a highly soluble form that is easy to use. The study, which simulated operating conditions of a wet scrubber, found that ...


    By Jenfitch, LLC

  • Entergy Selects Accenture to Provide Advanced Metering Solution

    Accenture recently announced that it has been selected by Entergy Services, Inc. to provide an advanced metering solution to enhance grid reliability and customer service with digital technologies. This includes more efficient billing and field maintenance, faster outage detection to bolster network reliability and greater data and analytics capabilities. Working with OMNETRIC Group, ...


    By Smart Grid Observer

  • CH2M Supports Deepwater Container Terminal (DCT) Gdansk in Expanding Poland`s Sole Deep-sea Terminal

    Deepwater Container Terminal (DCT) Gdansk, maritime ports consultant CH2M and Belgian contractor BESIX celebrated the opening of Terminal 2 (T2), expanding Poland’s sole deep-sea terminal to become the largest container hub in the Baltic Sea. The new 650-meter-long and 17-meter-deep quay increases DCT’s annual handling capacity to up to 3 million TEU (twenty-foot equivalent ...


    By CH2M Hill Companies, Ltd.

  • Third AMPTS II Training Course held in Lund this year

    Our quarterly AMPTS II Training Course was held again last week here at our office in Lund. Lectures were held by our colleagues Dr. Mihaela Nistor, Dr. Sten Strömberg and IT technical engineer Nicklas Uvelöv on topics ranging from feedstock characterisation and BMP assay, optimising biogas research and operating full-scale plants, standardisation of gas ...


    By Bioprocess Control AB

  • Central Gulf of Mexico Sale Shows Continued Interest in Deepwater

    The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) completed its required evaluation of bids to ensure that the public receives fair market value for tracts leased as part of the Gulf of Mexico Central Planning Area Oil and Gas Lease Sale 241. The sale, held on March 23, 2016, made 8,349 unleased blocks covering 44.3 million acres offshore Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama available for lease. After ...


    By Electro – Metal BOEM

  • MWA chief warns £millions of energy is being lost with growing number of wrong specifications

    Installing the wrong meters is costing millions of pounds of wasted energy every year according to one of the sector’s leading experts. Martin Wardell, Founder of MWA Technology, believes we are seeing a growing trend of industry not specifying or installing the right type of meters on projects, with the market not having the necessary knowledge to rectify issues before installation. This ...


    By MWA Technology

  • Indonesian haze: no oil palms on peat! Revoke PT PEAK’s license NOW

    Fires continue to ravage Indonesia’s peatlands, yet the government is permitting PT PEAK, a palm oil company, to destroy a valuable peat dome currently under restoration. Tell the Indonesian government to revoke PT PEAK’s license and ensure that this won’t ...


    By Wetlands International

  • Proposed ocean gas terminal off NY, NJ faces opposition

    Environmentalists and some residents of coastal communities are fighting a proposed liquefied natural gas transfer point in the waters off New York and New Jersey, saying it could endanger the environment and be a tempting target for terrorists. But Canada-based Liberty Natural Gas LLC says the proposal to develop the deep-water docking station known as Port Ambrose will help bring in more ...


    By Associated Press

  • Local destabilization can cause complete loss of West Antarctica’s ice masses

    The huge West Antarctic ice sheet would collapse completely if the comparatively small Amundsen Basin is destabilized, scientists of the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research find. A full discharge of ice into the ocean is calculated to yield about 3 meters of sea-level rise. Recent studies indicated that this area of the ice continent is already losing stability, making it the first ...

  • The warmer the higher: sea-level rise from Filchner-Ronne ice in Antarctica

    The more ice is melted of the Antarctic Filchner-Ronne shelf, the more ice flows into the ocean and the more the region contributes to global sea-level rise. While this might seem obvious, it is no matter of course for the huge ice masses of Antarctica: parts of the ice continent are characterized by instabilities that, once triggered, can lead to persistent ice discharge into the ocean even ...

  • Sea-level changes – 50 meters high and rising

    Burning all of the world’s available fossil-fuel resources would result in the complete melting of the Antarctic ice sheet, a new study published in Science Advances shows. The Antarctic ice masses store water equivalent to more than 50 meters of sea-level rise. The new calculations show that Antarctica’s long-term contribution to sea-level rise could likely be restricted to a few ...


    By GLOBE SERIES

  • Burning all fossil energy would raise sea-level by more than 50 meters – and eliminate all ice of Antarctica

    Burning all of the world’s available fossil-fuel resources would result in the complete melting of the Antarctic ice sheet, a new study to be published in Science Advances shows. The Antarctic ice masses store water equivalent to more than 50 meters of sea-level rise. The new calculations show that Antarctica’s long-term contribution to sea-level rise could likely be restricted to a ...

  • ProMinent at ACHEMA 2015 - Positive results

    At the end of this year's ACHEMA, Ralf Kiermaier, Vice President Sales and Marketing at ProMinent Group, was very pleased with the way things went at the trade fair: "Our stand attracted a lot of visitors from day one. We had a large number of promising discussions with some very interested visitors. Over the five days of the event we were visited by around 800 customers and other interested ...

  • Sierra Instruments to Showcase New Gas Mixing Software for Flow Meters at ACHEMA

    Sierra Instruments, following in their commitment to drive innovation that creates value for customers, is excited to announce they will feature their new flow meter gas mixing software package at ACHEMA in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, June 15-19. The live demonstration will show visitors why ...


    By Sierra Instruments, Inc.

  • Det-Tronics Releases New Line-of-Sight Infrared Gas Detector

    The new FlexSight LS2000 Line-of-Sight Infrared Gas Detector from Detector Electronics Corp. (Det-Tronics) is a next-generation solution for line-of-sight gas detection. Available immediately, the FlexSight LS2000 sets a new standard for infrared line-of-sight gas detectors with improved optical field of ...

  • X-tremely clever: ProMinent sets new standards with gamma/ X metering pump

    ProMinent is setting new standards in accuracy and reliability with the new solenoid driven metering pump gamma/ X. It's robust, universally usable and easy to operate. Offering an impressive service life and featuring pioneering technologies, it's ideal for all kinds of complex metering tasks. Heidelberg-based manufacturer ProMinent developed a new metering pump for metering between 2 ...

  • Plans to roll out smart meters by 2020 off-track

    Plans to install energy saving smart meters in every UK home and business by 2020 are in danger of veering off-track and could prove to be a costly failure because the project has not been driven forward effectively, the Energy and Climate Change Committee has warned. In a new report the MPs raise concerns about technical, logistical and public communication issues which have resulted in delays ...


    By Inprova Energy

  • 80 square meters of the most modern laboratory technology complete the EnviTec service offer

    The recently opened laboratory of EnviTec Biogas Italia S.r.l. in Verona now offers state-of-the-art equipment for accurate analyses. The 80 square meter laboratory, which is operated by two EnviTec biologists, completes the service offer of the Biogas-Allrounder in Italy. “Each hour of operational failure of a biogas plant means a considerable loss of revenue for the operator. Hence our ...


    By EnviTec Biogas AG

  • De-aggregation of Multi-Meter Supply Points for Gas

    As announced by Ofgem in 2013, rules for aggregated gas supplies are changing - All aggregated gas supply points are to be split into single supply points by 1st July 2015. What are Multi-Meter Supply Points (MMSPs)? MMSPs are created when gas supplies are aggregated to form one supply point. A mandatory system change ( ...


    By Inprova Energy

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