Mesa ETP launches emissions-reducing product for storage tanks
Published by Jack Roscoe,
Tanks and Terminals,
The oil and natural gas industry has taken a significant step towards reducing emissions and addressing environmental concerns with the introduction of FlexCoreTM Liquid Mounted Seal. This product aims to reduce emissions from aboveground storage tanks, while ensuring optimal performance and reliability.
The product is a patent-pending engineered solution that uses tougher- than-steel Armor FabricTM to provide emission control, durability, application flexibility and ease of installation.
Tim Nymberg, Mesa ETP CEO, said: “Innovation in emission reduction technologies for storage tanks has been limited until now. This breakthrough will enable the oil and natural gas industry to significantly mitigate its environmental impact while maintaining its bottom-line performance.”
According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), liquid mounted seal products offer one of the best solutions for reducing emissions (AP-42). Unfortunately, the service reliability and lifespan of such products have historically been a challenge. As a result, alternative seal technologies such as mechanical shoe seals, which offered better reliability but less effective emissions control, have become the industry norm.
Adam Vance, Mesa ETP Business Innovation Manager, said: “By providing a reliable and long-lasting liquid mounted seal product, we aim to empower the industry to meet its emission reduction goals while ensuring enhanced fire safety and ease of installation.”
Tim Nymberg, Mesa ETP CEO, commented: “Mesa ETP is committed to supporting the oil and gas industry in its transition towards a greener and more sustainable future. Our new product represents a major step forward in emission reduction for above ground storage tanks, and we are excited to partner with industry leaders to implement this innovative solution.”
Read the article online at: https://www.tanksterminals.com/product-news/24052023/mesa-etp-launches-emissions-reducing-product-for-storage-tanks/
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