Process Vision to Showcase New Discovery System for Liquid Carryover Detection at Pipeline Technology Conference

Basingstoke, UK – Process Vision, a leader in innovative monitoring solutions, is excited to announce its first participation in the upcoming Pipeline Technology Conference on April 8-11, 2024. The event will be held at Estrel Congress Center, Berlin, Germany.

Pipeline Technology Conference (PTC) is ‘Europe’s premier conference and exhibition for pipeline industry professionals will offer a look into the pipeline future, with a broad range of 1-day seminars, panel discussions, technical sessions, operator round-tables, award ceremonies and social events. PTC 2024 brings together the industry elite – pipeline operators, industry leaders, experts, and young talent – to discuss the latest developments and advancements in pipeline technology on a global stage.’

At PTC, Process Vision will be showcasing its groundbreaking LineVu process camera system, a comprehensive solution designed to provide unparalleled insights into pipeline operations. LineVu‘s live video streaming camera offers real-time visibility into liquid carryover in gas flows at pressure, enabling users to make informed decisions for process control. The system empowers engineers and operators by revolutionizing the way they monitor, optimize, and secure their operations.

Process Vision will also showcase their new Discovery System. Enabling a temporary installation of LineVu for a study to be conducted to assess real conditions inside pipelines. Studies are performed to determine if there is a continuous or intermittent liquid carryover problem. During the study, remote access to a real-time dashboard provides minute-by-minute data. The final written study report, together with review meetings provides evidence for better decisions, which can lead to significant improvement in financial, safety and compliance performance.

“We are excited to participate for the first time at PTC and to be able to introduce attendees to the capabilities of LineVu and our Discovery System for their high pressure gas pipelines,” said Jo Shailes, Marketing Director, Process Vision. “Our system’s ability to provide live streaming and high-resolution video enables proactive monitoring of glycol and NGL carryover, leading to increased revenue for processing plants and reduced maintenance costs for transmission system operators.”

“PTC is an exceptional chance for us to showcase LineVu to a focused group of pipeline experts,” added Shailes “We look forward to engaging with attendees and demonstrating how LineVu can contribute to enhanced operational efficiency and profitability.”

Process Vision encourages all attendees to visit their exhibit to learn more about LineVu‘s capabilities and benefits. Don’t miss this opportunity to discover how LineVu can revolutionise the way you approach pipeline monitoring and control.

About Process Vision:

Process Vision, based in Basingstoke, UK, is innovating for a better tomorrow. With cutting-edge vision technology, we are revolutionizing the industry and enhancing lives and businesses. We optimize processes, predict failures, and set a new standard for efficiency.

Process Vision partners with engineers and managers in the Energy industry to improve reliability and efficiency through innovative image-processing technology. Our systems detect and alert on liquids, hydrate, wax, and solid contamination in natural gas pipelines while providing expert guidance for effective prevention and removal. With real-time visibility into pipeline health and accurate time and location-stamped video evidence, Process Vision delivers peace of mind and reduces the risk of equipment failure and unscheduled outages.

For more information:

Contact Jo Shailes, Marketing Director (consultant)

[email protected] / www.processvision.com

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Paul Stockwell, the managing director of Process Vision, is a renowned authority in moisture measurement with 35 years of experience in the oil and gas industry. He founded International Moisture Analysers (IMA) and played a key role in advancing moisture measurement techniques. Notably, he introduced tunable diode laser absorption spectroscopy for natural gas measurements, revolutionizing the field and establishing it as the industry standard method. Throughout his 20-year tenure as managing director, Paul has gained valuable insights into process optimization, cost reduction, and safety enhancement. His vision for Process Vision encompasses improving process throughput, reducing maintenance costs and CO2 emissions, and nurturing young engineering talent, aiming to make a significant difference in the oil and gas industry.

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