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Panametrics, a Baker Hughes company

Panametrics, a Baker Hughes business, develops solutions for measuring and analyzing moisture, oxygen, liquid, steam, and gas flow with proven technologies that are well-known and widely deployed across many industries, including oil and gas. For more than 50 years, we’ve been constantly evolving our product line to deliver the most effective moisture and gas measurement systems on the planet. Today, the culmination of decades of expertise, insight, and innovation is expressed in our Sentinel portfolio of high-accuracy liquid flow meters that cover a range of operating temperatures and applications.
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Sentinel LNG Flowmeter In Extreme Conditions
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With an expanse nearly equivalent to the area of Russia and an average depth of 3,400 ft, the Arctic Ocean is the smallest and shallowest of the world’s oceans.

Sentinel LNG: Measuring cryogenic applications for LNG
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The challenges in measuring liquefied natural gas center on the available technology for gauging volume, rate, and pressure. When buyer and seller disagree, disparate measurement systems are usually to blame. Panametrics’ Sentinel LNG uses ultrasonic technology to deliver high-accuracy measurements and peace of mind.

Proper Mechanisms for Field Validating Moisture Analyzers
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The properties of the water molecule present significant challenges in the online measurement of trace humidity levels in process applications. These physical attributes present even more significant challenges when field verification and calibration are desired or mandated.

Optimizing LNG Production with Advanced Flare Control
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In 2019, an average of nearly 1.5 cubic feet of natural gas wafted into the atmosphere each day in the United States. That amounts to nearly twice the natural gas consumption in North Dakota. Coincidentally, the state, along with Montana, houses the Bakken Formation, one of the country’s largest shale plays and the site of dramatically increased flaring and venting.