Offshore Drilling

Energy - Oil & Gas

Oil and Gas Processing

Onshore and offshore, oil and gas exploration has undergone transformative change in recent years. Spurred by visionary thinking and innovative technologies the oil and gas industry is finding and extracting resources more efficiently and responsibly in locations and at depths never before considered.

Chromalox has been there every step of the way, providing innovative advanced thermal technology solutions across the entire oil and gas supply chain. From exploration and production to processing, transportation, storage, and distribution, Chromalox engineering, manufacturing, service, and support have been engaged in applying and controlling heat safely, reliably, and responsibly.

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Offshore Drilling

Chromalox manufactures precision electric heat and control systems for offshore oil drilling/production platforms.

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Thaw Heaters

Immersion heaters aid in the vaporization of liquid natural gas (LNG) during transportation and distribution.

Piping Distribution

Self-regulating and constant-wattage heat trace cables are used for pipe temperature maintenance and freeze protection.

Personnel Comfort Heating

Blower, convection, and radiant heaters provide comfortable temperatures for living and work quarters and hazardous area locations.

Gas/Oil/Water Separation

Heat from circulation heaters helps separate natural gas, crude oil, and water during extraction from the well.

Knock-Out Drum Heaters

Immersion heaters heat incoming process streams to remove water contamination.

Immersion Heaters

Chromalox immersion heaters apply heat directly at virtually 100 percent efficiency. Basic piping options include threaded, flanged, or welded. Various temperature control options permit very tight process temperature control. Chromalox manufactures a large selection of designs for heating any fluid, from plain water to corrosive solutions, highly viscous oils, and for many specialized applications such as high-pressure and hazardous locations.

Sump Pump/Drain Collection

Immersion heaters are used to warm various sludge collections prior to pumping.

Tank Heating

Large-tank heaters with replaceable elements ensure proper temperatures for any liquid storage.

Steam Piping Network

Mineral-insulated heat trace cable is used for high-temperature steam piping.

Waxy Crude Heaters

Circulation heaters warm the crude oil to improve viscosities for more efficient pumping and distribution.

 

Hazardous Area/Construction Area Heating

Blower heaters can provide comfort heat in hazardous areas, while air handlers aid in paint curing and comfort heat in construction areas.

Process and Heating Control

Panels, controllers, and sensors direct heater control based on real-time operating conditions.

Humidity/Storage Control

Convection heaters are used to lower humidity in storage areas such as battery compartments or food storage.

Chromalox® Water Calorifiers

Used to heat water prior to distribution on the platform areas.

Triethylene Glycol

Immersion heaters reconcentrate the glycol mixer by boiling off water mixtures.

Fuel Gas Conditioning, Filtration, and Dew Point Heaters

Electric in-line circulation heaters preheat and dry out supply gas streams to prevent corrosive condensation from damaging expensive turbine blades.

Lube Oil Heaters

Immersion heaters maintain lube oil viscosity for compressor and hydraulic equipment, and feature replaceable element design.

Crude Oil Heating

Electric in-line heaters heat crude oil prior to the first-stage compresssor for better viscosity and separation properties.

Service and Maintenance

Regular service visits ensure optimal operating conditions and help predict needed replacements.

Standby Generator

Circulation heaters are used to warm coolant for standby emergency generators for rapid start-ups.