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Rotork technology added to Australian LNG project

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More than 270 Rotork process control actuators have been ordered for an LNG project in Australia.

The customers purchased the quarter-turn CVQ electric actuators which will operate ball and v-ball valves on separator skids to control the water extraction process at an onshore natural gas production site in the Surat Basin. The ball valves will be used to shut off the gas and the v-ball valves will carry out flow control by controlling pressure build up during well operation.

The basin, located in SW Queensland, is used by Shell’s QGC business to develop natural gas for domestic and international markets through the project. Here, natural gas is extracted from wells drilled into coal seams in the Surat Basin before it is transported to a collection point for the removal of water and condensates.

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