Oseco, a leader in oilfield pressure relief devices for more than 30 years, is now helping the oilfield industry to better protect assets from overpressure incidents with an interactive webpage that highlights potential areas of concern on a hydraulic fracturing site and their related solutions.
The new hydraulic fracturing webpageallows completion engineers and equipment operators to pinpoint the spots on a well-site that will be an overpressure concern during a stimulation job and gives them turn-key solutions to these issues. With one click, engineers can then view available Oseco product solutions that offer the best pressure relief for that particular point of application.
“Our product information is right there for our customers to explore in a hands-on, easy-to-use tool. Then they can easily click on Request a Quote, and one of our pressure management consultants can provide specific advice on size, pressure selection, and implementation procedures,” said Bob Evans, Oseco’s energy segment manager.
Oseco has been involved in a recent three-year study with two well-service companies, an E&P, and a third-party consultant that focused on managing overpressure events involving pressure pumping equipment and well casings.
“Between our experienced engineering team and the recent study results, we have designed this interactive webpage to highlight the areas in oilfield equipment that are most prone to overpressure,” added Evans.
In addition to the new interactive webpage, Oseco also offers customers well-site pressure protection solutions through comprehensive equipment reviews and consultation with an Oseco pressure management specialist.
Oseco’s goal is to help oil and gas producers as well as the service companies bring their pressure relief technology into the modern age by bringing awareness of safety needs, reducing downtime, and increasing efficiency.
For further information on a specific product or to set up a pressure management consultation – just email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-800-395-3475.