Show emphasises benefits of CFD in oil production

CD-adapco is to demonstrate the economic benefits of using computational fluid dynamics software in oil and gas production at Go-expo 2007, Canada’s largest exhibition for the industry.

CD-adapco’s vice president for the energy sector, Dr Dennis Nagy, will make a presentation on the first day of the conference, to explain how CD-adapco’s products can be applied to increase safety, reduce costs and improve efficiency when producing oil and gas.

Dr Nagy will also be available to available at CD-adapco’s stand to explain in greater detail the benefits of modelling the action and thermal properties of fluids in all parts of the industry, including exploration, processing and transport. The software can also be used to explain design equipment that can deal with the harsh environmental conditions associated with hydrocarbon extraction.

Go-expo runs from June 12-14 in Calgary, Canada.

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