Innovative design, rigorous testing and high precision engineering are why Oliver Hydcovalves are the most trusted valves for Hydrogen and Carbon Capture applications.
The range has grown rapidly to include instrumentation, Double Block and Bleed, Pipeline, and Subsea Gate Valves. Shown here is the 1″ Hydraulic Gate Valve with manual override, DBB with 20mm bore, 3” Flange, and the 1/2″ Hydraulic Gate Valve equipped with Remote Operated Vehicle bucket capability.
These valves, showcased for their diverse features, are en route for deployment in Carbon Capture (CC) injection applications.
For information on how Oliver Hydcovalves can provide Hydrogen and Carbon Capture valve solutions for your green renewable energy project, telephone +44(0)1565 632 636 or visit our website at www.valves.co.uk
Oliver Twinsafe win order to manufacture a large number of 2” API 6D, Class 900 Double Block and Bleed pipeline valves for operation on the Dammam Redevelopment in Saudi Arabia. The project is a typical oil development located onshore.
DBB valve specifications include internal 625 weld overlay on all wetted areas. Currently, valves are in testing and will shortly reach production stage, before being shipped directly to sites A and B of the Dammam drill site.
The order is testament to the high standards of valve safety and performance of Oliver Twinsafe pipeline valves operating on energy production projects around the globe.
Oliver Hydcovalves is attending the Hyvolution Exhibition, Paris, in partnership with their French distributor, LAA.
The Hyvolution exhibition is the world’s leading hydrogen event and meeting place for key international business and political players. The event takes place in Paris from January 30th until February 1st.
Business Development Manager, Lewis Porter, will be in attendance at booth 6E20 to discuss Hydrogen and Carbon Capture Valve technology and the advancements that Oliver Hydcovalves has made in valve design and testing for renewable energy applications.
Connect with Oliver Hydcovalves today and make a visit to what will be an exciting event for Hydrogen!
Oliver Valvetek’s unique approach to Subsea valve design and manufacturing is exemplary and world-leading. Engineering teams often take-on, sometimes, very complex and difficult to manufacture valve concepts and specifications required by customers, and to see them on the production line is truly remarkable.
One recent example is a Subsea Gate Valve that was designed with the Actuator on an extension piece, and used in operation on a Total Moho Infill Subsea Project. This hybrid design allowed the valve to be fully covered by Christmas Tree insulation with the actuator on the outside of the insulation process.
Oliver Valves expands its operational facilities in Malaysia and relocates its sales and engineering offices to larger office space in Kuala Lumpur.
Due to continued demand for our specialist valve engineering solutions, we’ve now outgrown our existing facility and have invested in new and larger premises. The move will allow for greater efficiencies to be made in servicing our customers and continue our exciting growth plan to deliver large-scale and specialist engineering projects in Asia.
We will operate from our new offices from the 2nd February, and telephone and email contact details will remain the same.
Oliver Valvetek’s unique approach to Subsea valve design and manufacturing is exemplary and world-leading. They partner with one of the leading Subsea Tree and Subsea Distribution Units manufacturers in the world and is supplying valves to the Exxon Mobil Guyana Futures field.
For the past 5 years, Oliver Valvetek has provided more than 3000 pieces of ½” 10,000psi rated Subsea Trunnion style Ball Valves for the full field development. Due to changes in production, control system requirements, and an operation pressure increase, Exxon Mobil also required a 15,000psi rated valve.
Oliver Valvetek successfully qualified a valve to API6A PR2F and API17D 3rd Ed and included specialist testing and materials that were specific to the pressure and process media application.