Coastal Flow adds high-flow prover

  • November 30, 2011
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November 30, 2011 - Coastal Flow added a Calibron S50 portable flow prover to its proving fleet. This is Coastal Flow’s second S50 flow prover capable of meeting the increasing high volume demands of the crude oil and NGL production from the Eagle Ford Shale formation, and is a significant addition to Coastal Flow’s mobile fleet of small volume provers. As a Micro Motion Authorized Proving Company and service provider with more than 20 years of experience in meter proving, Coastal Flow Measurement is an industry leader in proving and calibration services with a diverse fleet equipped to meet the demands of today’s pipeline, production, and petrochemical industries. Coastal Flow’s proving fleet can operate at flow rates up to 6500 bbl/hr, and pressures up to 2100 psi. The company’s proving services include volumetric, mass, density, and master meters, all in accordance with the latest API standards. In addition to their professional services, Coastal Flow is an authorized sales representative for both Micro Motion products and Calibron provers, providing a comprehensive single-source for measurement needs. About Coastal Flow The Houston, Texas based Coastal Flow Measurement family of companies continues to grow dramatically and now ranks among the largest energy measurement services and software providers in the world. Its operating companies include: Coastal Flow Liquid Measurement, the premier provider of liquid meter proving, certification, and calibration products and services, including custody transfer measurement and small volume prover maintenance; Flow-Cal, the international leader in advanced software and services for electronic flow measurement; Coastal Flow Gas Measurement, including its Energy Labs and Field Services divisions, providing value-added measurement services from field operations to final accounting; and BirdDog Information Systems, offering advanced remote data collection, processing, and web-based delivery.  

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