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4-162084 - Remote Chevron Facilities Say Goodbye to ESD Weakest Link with Mechanical Failsafe Electric Actuator

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As the largest net acreage leaseholder and producer in the Permian Basin of Texas and New Mexico, Chevron is no stranger to remote operations. It operates crude oil and natural gas fields in the mid-continental United States. In April 2016, Chevron Permian started the redesign of their well pads and were looking for alternatives to set the new standard to use for their well kill valves (shutdown) used in rod pump and artificial lift applications. Chevron’s existing standard for these emergency shutdowns (ESD) was an electric actuator with a battery backup device that was highly unreliable given the location. Emerson’s RTS series of smart mechanical failsafe electric actuators provided the customer with improved operational certainty and reliability for their critical ESD valves.


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