EPI develops hydraulic models of oil and gas pipelines to identify bottlenecks and provide optimum solutions to achieve production goals at the lowest cost possible.  Limitations in oil field gathering lines and long distance pipelines are identified through detailed hydraulic models to help minimize flaring and maximize throughput.   Identification of 2-phase choke flow problems allows for evaluation and quantification of increased production possibilities.


Oil and Gas Pipeline System Study Capabilities:

  • Looped or branched system analysis capabilities
  • Evaluate the use of parallel pipes, rerouting, booster pumps, etc. to increase production capacity
  • Simulate the impact of new pipelines and users on existing systems
  • Identify high line pressures and pressure drops
  • Accurately determine two-phase flow regimes and pressure drop
  • Analyze  an unlimited number of pipes for connection of wells, reservoirs and gathering stations
  • Simulate what-if scenarios for planning of production increases and improving  system reliability





Oil & Gas Pipelines


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