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What's going on? Gas wells in TX over pressure!
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 10743136:MV8yMDE2NjMwXzMzODg4MDU3XzMzMkU3OTZF] I'm going to call BS on this one too, for now. Mechanically speaking these 'daily' reliefs would result in premature failure and the PRVs would need to be replaced pretty often. Also something to think about is the regulatory side. If they do deviate typically over 10% MAOP-maximum allowable operating pressure-these deviations would be reported. These regulatory agencies would make them correct that. Not to say that it IS 10% over maop, because we don't have that information of the well pressure. It just sounds off and since OP is MIA........................ [/quote]
I work for a mobile instrumentation company In Beaumont Texas. We service instruments that communicate wirelessly in several different fields and industries. This weekend we received over 140 Calls for instrumentation checks and calibration, All of which were natural gas wells. Is anyone seeing anything like this in other areas?
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