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The midstream oil and gas industry faces a number of challenges when it comes to pipeline contamination. These issues can have a significant impact on both the efficiency and safety of their operations. With Process Vision’s innovative image processing technology and expert guidance, companies can effectively address these challenges and ensure that their pipelines are running smoothly and efficiently. 

For natural gas processing companies, minimizing liquid carryover at the front-end of gas processing is essential in reducing process problems such as foaming, fouling, unscheduled shutdowns, and lost production. By optimizing amine and glycol carryover, companies can improve dehydrator efficiency and NGL recovery. Process Vision’s technology and consultancy services provide assurance that these issues are effectively addressed, and support is available if something unexpected is encountered. 

For transmission system operators, ensuring that gas entering the network is compliant with safety standards is of utmost importance. With Process Vision’s technology, operators can detect contamination at various points in the transmission system, allocate clean-up costs to the polluter, and minimize the risk of equipment failure or shutdowns. Additionally, our technology provides assurance that gas entering compressors is safe, and alerts operators if a compressor is dumping lube oil into the gas stream. 

In conclusion, Process Vision provides a comprehensive solution for the midstream oil and gas industry. By leveraging cutting-edge image processing technology and expert guidance, companies can optimize their pipeline performance, reduce downtime, lower maintenance costs, and ensure the safety of their operations. Whether you are an engineer, manager, or OEM, Process Vision has the solutions you need to succeed. 

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