MIRAX presented new equipment at the Yamal Oil and Gas Forum

MIRAX presented new equipment at the Yamal Oil and Gas Forum

From April 7 to 8, the Yamal Oil and Gas Forum and the interregional specialized exhibition “Gas. Oil. New technologies for the Far North”. It was attended by the governor of Yamal Dmitry Artyukhov, representatives of the public sector and the business community. Mirax General Director Anton Shashov and Head of Regional Sales Department Radmir Gubaev presented the latest developments. In particular, the technologies were presented to the Minister of Industry of the Perm Territory, Alexei Chibisov. He was told about the advantages of the line of explosion-proof stationary single-channel gas analyzers ATOM and AXIOM.

Devices are capable to work in various climatic conditions: from -60°С to +65°С. They are easily integrated into the existing plant-wide industrial safety system. In addition, a line of portable gas analyzers was presented, namely: single-channel gas analyzer AVIS X1, multi-channel gas analyzer AVIS X4 and gas analysis systems of the GS series.

In addition, company representatives held working meetings and presented Mirax technical solutions to representatives of YARGEO LLC, Achim Development LLC, Gazprom dobycha Urengoy LLC, Gazpromneft-Yamal LLC, Gazprom Burenie LLC, ZPKT LLC Gazprom Pererabotka, PJSC NOVATEK-Purovsky ZPK, PJSC Novatek-Tarkosaleneftegaz, JSC Achimgaz, CJSC Northgas.

To clarify, the oil and gas forum was held in Yamal for the fourth time. The forum was organized by the Government of the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug and the Administration of the city of Novy Urengoy. “The main goal of the Yamal Oil and Gas Forum is the exchange of experience in key areas of production and economic activity in the Arctic and the discussion of topical issues,” said Deputy Governor of Yamal Alexander Mazharov.

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