Onshore

Providing Solutions that Withstand the Pressure of Onshore Production Facilities

Onshore oil and gas operations involve complex systems with pressure related process challenges. W-Industries removes the challenges tied to the integration of multiple hardware and software with the development of flexible process systems and controls. By working with W-Industries, asset managers can effectively enhance efficiencies with advanced system designs, enhance communication to identify potential process and safety hazards early enough to prevent an incident, and increase reliability with sound engineering.
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Mitigating Risks and Overcoming Process Challenges

Access to new formations and new products from existing formations, requires innovative design solutions for well and surface operations. The key factor in the success of these highly reliable, high-risk environments is well-executed engineering and design. Our integrated approach streamlines processes, reduces risk, and aligns complementary automation, control, power and process technologies to overcome complex process challenges.

Over Thirty-Five Years of Field-Proven E&P Process Experience

Since 1984, our multidisciplinary engineering teams have combined their intimate knowledge of exploration and production (E&P) activities with industry best practices and sustainable design principles to deliver complete lifecycle solutions. Through our extensive brownfield and greenfield experience, our field-proven strategies ensure project success in any environment.

Optimizing Wells and Field Development

W-Industries helps our customers optimize surface facilities to maximize asset value through systems that centralize processing assets at the well site. We design, manufacture, install and support products that help monitor and maintain multiple, distributed sites from one centralized location. This allows the elimination of redundant equipment and the consideration of larger and/or more scalable solutions, all of which positively impact a project’s capital expenditure.
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