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Oil Review Africa weekly digest - 31st July - 4th August

 for ORA 307Here is a brief overview of the week’s news on Oil Review Africa, from  31st July - 4th August

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Focus on renewable regional prospects at Future Energy Central Africa in Yaoundé

site217 344 Future Energy Central Africa displayCharlotte Aubin-Kalaidjian, CEO, Greenwish Partners, an independent power producer is one of the featured keynote speakers during the opening session of the upcoming Future Energy Central Africa in Yaoundé from 2-3 October that will focus on the renewable energy potential of the region

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Metal heat treatment services for oil, gas and energy industry on show at Offshore Europe 2017

5672wa1h gas nitriding wallwork On Stand 3C147 at Offshore Europe 2017, Wallwork Group will show services that manufacturers in the oil, gas and energy industries can use to improve the toughness and durability of engineered components


“Like aerospace there can be no compromise in product quality in the offshore sector. Our heat treatment services enable metal parts to endure in extremely harsh environments,” commented, Wallwork sales manager, Howard Maher.

Wallwork have ISO9100 and ISO9001 accreditations and is Schlumberger approved. A long history as a major supplier of heat treatment services to the aerospace industry, means they also enjoy main tier manufacturer approvals. With a fleet of over 40 dedicated vehicles, working from three locations, the company provides a nationwide operation to ensure fast order turn-around..

Wallwork works closely with customers to optimise metal hardness to their requirements and to meet their commercial goals. Typical products treated range from simple fasteners, nuts, bolts, through gears, pistons, valves to cylinder pumps and well-head components. 

Wallwork has a continually expanding range of heat treatment methods available. Hardening and tempering imparts optimum hardness, strength and toughness. Sometimes this can help component designers save weight and material by avoiding unnecessary over-engineering. A further advantage is a potential to eliminate additional final finishing processes – saving both time and money.

Plasma and gas nitriding has many benefits for the oil and gas industry manufactures. For example, better wear and anti-galling properties improve finished part performance.

Tufftride and Quench-Polish-Quench services produce parts that are exceptionally hard wearing and resist fatigue whilst ensuring there is minimal or no dimensional change. Also, surfaces begin to exhibit a self-lubricating behaviour.

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Oil Review Africa weekly digest - 24th - 28th July

pixabay jp26jp for ORA 307Here is a brief overview of the week’s news on Oil Review Africa, from 24th - 28th July 2017

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South Africa to organise gas conference in October 2017

SAGO2106 190South Africa will organise a conference in Durban from 9-11 October 2017, to explore the country’s aspirations to build an energy hub for gas cooperation with international partners along the value chain

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