How to Reduce the Cost of Your Heat Trace System
Winter happens. Especially on the prairies.
Anyone who has experienced a Canadian winter knows that - like a pendulum they can see some extremely cold temperatures one week only to swing and have long periods of moderate climate the next. Oil and Gas producers continually face the obstacle of designing systems to meet the demand of our extreme temperatures, all while maintaining cost efficiencies.
Here at Impact, we install upwards of 40,000 feet of mostly self-regulating heat trace per year at various well sites and facilities across the prairies to help our O&G customers weather these extremes.
Heat tracing systems are designed to withstand the harshest conditions that the Canadian winter can throw at it, but with that design, are we consuming unnecessary power? Could we reduce the power consumption through basic control systems.
Take a look at our in depth report on heat trace costs for O&G operators on the Canadian prairies and find out what you can do to:
1. To save money by using less power
2. To reduce your carbon footprint
3. Lower your federal carbon tax burden
4. To drive improved ESG performance for your operation