Oliver Valves Secures Three Year Contract in North America

Oliver Valves has secured a fixed 3-year contract to supply a large range of valves to the Kaybob Duvernay project in North America.

Located in Fox Creek, Alberta, Canada – Kaybob covers an area of 330,000 acres, equivalent to 4/5 the size of London and is estimated to produce 22,000 barrels of natural gas per day. Almost half-way into the contract, Oliver have supplied a significant number of Instrument Manifolds and Reduced and Full-Bore Double Block & Bleed valves with injection and sampling probes from their sister company Twinsafe, in orders worth over £500,000. Oliver engineers carried out strength calculations that were needed to gain approval and to obtain Canadian Registration Numbers (CRN), which is a legal requirement for pressure rated products to be installed and operational in Canada.

Courtesy of Oliver Valves.

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Sara Mathov is a feature editor contributing to Fugitive Emissions Journal, Stainless steel World Americas, and other related print & online media.