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World leading technology company Tracerco, part of FTSE 100 Johnson Matthey Plc, has invested in a number of new mobile reservoir tracer analysis laboratories for use onsite in offshore projects.
Customers are invited to attend to witness Discovery™'s amazing analysis capabilities in real time.
Discovery™, the world's first subsea CT scanner for flowlines, has successfully completed the first deep-water deployment on Shell-operated flowlines in the Gulf of Mexico.
The unique technology, known as Explorer™, is able to screen subsea pipelines for content and deposit build-up at typical speeds of up to 100 metres per hour.
The new laboratory is the second in the Australasian region joining an existing facility in Malaysia. It will enable Tracerco to provide a faster service for its growing customer base in Australia, allowing oil companies to optimise well strategies more efficiently.
Leading industrial technology specialist Tracerco, part of the Johnson Matthey group, today announces the acquisition of UK based ilumink.
Charles Czajkowski joins Tracerco as Global Business Manager, with more than 30 years of experience including significant technical and commercial knowledge from working in the upstream market on a global scale.
Leading industrial technology specialist Tracerco, part of the Johnson Matthey group, has added to its range of award winning radiation monitors with a family of Personal Electronic Dosimeters (PEDs), providing a solution for every radiation monitoring need.
Leading industrial technology specialist Tracerco, part of Johnson Matthey Plc, has reaffirmed its commitment to the north east region with the official opening of its new 61,000 square feet Measurement Technology Centre in Billingham.
World leading oil and gas service provider, Tracerco, part of Johnson Matthey Plc., has re-launched its award-winning LevelFinderPlus patented technology following a re-brand.
The Profiler™'s proven unique ability to show such a high resolution image of the density profile within a process has made it the instrument of choice in separation applications from subsea to downstream refining.
Following the phenomenal interest in its step out pipeline inspection tool, DiscoveryTM, Tracerco, part of the FSTE 100 company, Johnson Matthey Plc has begun the next phase of development of the technology to target new applications.
Tracerco has experienced record growth of 50% in demand for their reservoir tracing solutions over the past year.
International oil and gas service provider, Tracerco, part of the FTSE 100 company Johnson Matthey has enhanced its patented hydrocarbon frac flow measurement technology through development of a new biodegradable solvent delivery system.
International oil and gas service provider, Tracerco, part of the FTSE 100 company Johnson Matthey has commissioned a new high-tech laboratory in Edmonton, Alberta allowing it to further enhance its Reservoir Technologies offering across Canada.
Bob Kerr, 36, a Scottish scientist and mountaineer, set himself a unique challenge in May 2013. Not only would he attempt the ascent of Mount Everest, the worlds highest peak, but while doing so he would measure cosmic radiation levels at over 29,000 feet above sea level.
Tracerco will hold a live demonstration of the brand new version of Discovery™, developed for ultra-deepwater applications, on May 7th and 8th at NASA's Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory in Houston.
Tracerco has been awarded the top accolade in subsea technology at this year's prestigious Pipeline Industries Guild Awards for its breakthrough technology, Discovery™ for inspection and flow assurance of subsea coated pipelines.
World leading technology company Tracerco, part of the FTSE 100 Johnson Matthey Plc, are expanding their reservoir tracing services in the Middle East with a move to larger premises in Oman and a new purpose built lab in Abu Dhabi adding to the existing operational base.
The new analyser, Nemesis, has undergone a series of rigorous trials in Malaysia to demonstrate suitability and robustness in hot and humid tropical conditions and prove its reliability in remote regions with unmade roads, including off-road, ahead of future deployment in the Asia region
Tracerco, part of the FTSE100, Johnson Matthey Plc, has announced that development has commenced on a new deep-water application for their trail blazing pipeline inspection tool, Discovery™
2013 has been a particularly successful year for Billingham based, Tracerco, part of the FTSE 100 Johnson Matthey PLC.
This week, representatives from Tracerco attended a parliamentary reception at the Houses of Parliament to celebrate the receipt of its Institute of Physics Award for Innovation.
Tracerco has received an Institute of Physics Award for Innovation for its breakthrough level measurement technology.
World leading technology company Tracerco, part of the FTSE 100 Johnson Matthey Plc, has received a £1 million grant from the ‘Let’s Grow’ programme
For the first time oil and gas operators are offered with the opportunity to scan from the outside, of any coated pipeline without process intervention for both flow assurance and integrity issues.
Leading technology specialist Tracerco, part of the Johnson Matthey group, has developed the world's first fully portable, lightweight and rugged system to test for tampering in fuel.
14 members of Tracerco, part of the Johnson Matthey group, have successfully achieved certification under the IECEx Certification of Personnel Competence Scheme (CoPC) through Sira Certification Service.
World leading industrial technology specialist Tracerco, part of the Johnson Matthey group, has appointed Gary Phillips as the new head of its operations in Aberdeen.
Leading industrial technology specialist Tracerco, part of the Johnson Matthey group, has added its first ever Personal Dosimeter to its award-winning range of radiation monitors.
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