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PE Energy Delivers Biffi Electrical Actuators for Shell

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Port Harcourt, Nigeria – PE Energy Limited (PEEL), a leading automation and system integration company, has confirmed the successful delivery of two units of Biffi Electrical Actuators for Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria Limited (SPDC) in September 2019. The Actuators will be installed in Forcados Yokri Integrated Project site.

Biffi Actuators are some of the most technologically advanced valve automation solutions available providing maximum flexibility for voltage supply, operating speeds and torque options. The range includes models with advanced features such as extensive data loggers and configurable Emergency Shutdown (ESD) functionality. Each actuator includes the option of Bluetooth™ wireless communication and can be upgraded easily to provide network system connectivity, supporting all major fieldbus protocols.

The F01 series are light weight, compact, intelligent electric quarter turn actuator with torques ranging from 150 to 600 Nm and speeds from 5 to 60 seconds. It is ideal for smaller ball, plug, butterfly valves or dampers in heavy-duty applications in the oil and gas, petrochemical, power and, water industries.

Some features include constant torque controlled in both directions; cut metal teeth gearing runs in oil for high efficiency and low power consumption; All rotating parts supported by roller bearings; mechanical adjustment by stops connected directly to the actuator housing; anodized aluminum enclosures with epoxy polyurethane coating; Easy set-up and commissioning; Position indication if power fails; Local push buttons for full actuator access; password protection to avoid unauthorized access; and diagnostics displayed in a choice of language.

 

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About Shell – Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria Limited (SPDC) is the pioneer and leader of the petroleum industry in Nigeria. It has the largest acreage in the country from which it produces some 39 per cent of the nation’s oil. The company’s operations are concentrated in the Niger Delta and adjoining shallow offshore areas where it operates in an oil mining lease area of around 31,000 square kilometres.

SPDC has more than 6,000 kilometres of pipelines and flowlines, 87 flowstations, 8 gas plants and more than 1,000 producing wells. The company employs more than 4,500 people directly of whom 95 per cent are Nigerians. Some 66 per cent of the Nigerian staff members are from the Niger Delta. Another 20,000 people are employed indirectly through the network of companies that provide supplies and services.

For more information about Shell, visit www.shell.com.ng/

 

About PE Energy Limited– PE Energy Limited (PEEL) is an automation and system integration company, offering engineered solution, supply chain, and projects management. The company represents some of the world’s leading OEMs. With key facilities across Nigeria, a global reach, and her partners, the company provides a wide range of engineering solutions and services.

Established in 2009, PE Energy’s highly qualified and experienced engineers have been trained by the OEM’s. This ensures vital knowledge, industry insight and technical capabilities necessary for efficient project delivery. PEEL understands the complex demands of the Oil & Gas, Power, Food and Beverages, Cement and FMCG industry and has world-class engineering specialists to meet all challenges.

For more information about PE Energy Limited, visit www.pe-ng.com/

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