Hundreds of Rotork actuators to be used on southern Indian pipeline
More than 300 Rotork actuators have been specified for use on an Indian pipeline almost 700 km in length.
Rotork actuators used for precise oil and gas flow control on a Brazilian FPSO vessel
Electric and fluid power actuators from Rotork have been installed on a new Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO) vessel in Brazil.
Rotork electric actuators powered by solar panels on US gas production wells
Rotork intelligent full-turn electric actuators have been supplied for upstream shale gas production wells in the USA.
Rotork electric actuators used in US shale oilfield pipeline's solar solution
Rotork IQ3 intelligent multi-turn electric actuators have been specified for use in solar powered control stations for water gathering pipelines in the USA.
IQ3 actuators supplied to Chinese oil refinery
Rotork IQ3 electric actuators are being used to control the flow of crude and product oil at a refinery in Zhoushan, China. More than 2,500 Rotork IQ3 electric actuators have been installed at a Chinese oil refinery and petrochemical complex.
Major flow control contracts for Rotork at giant Chinese refinery
Rotork has received major contracts to supply electric and pneumatic valve actuators and valve gearboxes to Hengli Petrochemical (Dalian) Refinery Co. Ltd. for flow control in its new refinery and petrochemicals complex, one of the largest in China, at Changxing Island in Dalian City.
Chinese pipeline selects Rotork ELB for increased line break safety
The Rotork Electronic Line Break (ELB) is a robust, self-contained system that combines pipeline pressure monitoring with intelligent valve control. It continuously monitors upstream and downstream pipeline pressure dynamics to provide early detection of pipeline breaks and initiate automatic valve actuator movement to a pre-selected emergency position.
Rotork assists Singapore-based oil and gas consultancy in major African project
The introduction of an in-house hydrostatic test facility at Rotork Singapore is making an important contribution to winning new contracts. One of the first orders is from Singapore-based marine, oil and gas consultancy Praj Marine (PMC) for a project in Africa.