How Submetering Can Benefit The Oil and Gas Industry


 June 5, 2018  9:54 AM
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While submetering is traditionally used for mixed-use residential and business high-rises, or large blocks of commercial businesses, managed under a single property manager, there’s an important Albertan industry that is rarely in the same conversation as submetering, but could heavily benefit from it: the oil and gas industry.

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Cost Control in Oil and Gas

At any resource meter, including electric, gas, water, and thermal, Hamdon Submetering is able to track, evaluate and provide a detailed report about usage. This could benefit the oil and gas industry in a variety of ways, but probably the most appealing, and most readily evident, would be the cost savings. Whether you’re metering, tracking, and evaluating the energy usage at your well sites, individual tenants at a northern work camp, or an office building in Calgary or Edmonton, there’s an opportunity to see where you’re being inefficient with your energy usage and improve it.

“If sub-metering were deployed in all currently bulk-metered, multi-residential buildings the annual potential electricity savings following complete deployment over five years could be 3.3 terawatt-hours annually – more than all of the electricity produced from Ontario’s wind power facilities in 2010,” according to one study.

Stand Out From The Pack With Corporate Responsibility

In the corporate world, image is an increasingly important factor, and in an industry like oil and gas, there’s a perceived notion that most companies do not care about the environment, which simply isn’t true. However, proving it to the general population, if you’re not tracking and evaluating where your energy is going, is hard to do. Submetering allows visibility into how and when energy is consumed, resulting in reduced energy usage and a lower environmental impact.

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Hamdon has a long history in the oil and gas industry

Since Hamdon Submetering is a subsidiary of our parent company, Hamdon Energy Solutions, which specializes in supplying measurement instruments to the upstream of the oil and gas industry, and providing a wide range of field services and equipment support, we’re uniquely positioned to offer the industry submetering solutions while holding a number of specialized safety clearances. You would be hard-pressed to find someone with the experience and qualifications necessary to serve the oil and gas industry.

“Even though I am an engineer I enjoy going out to the sites, to the fields, and doing a lot of the work myself. I think it shows to who I am that I would be the one to do a lot of those jobs.”Omar Hamdon, president of Hamdon Submetering

Where else can submetering be used?

While this article focuses on the oil and gas industry, the truth is, submetering can be used just about anywhere:

  • Plants and facilities
  • Field offices
  • Corporate offices
  • Wellsites
  • Pump stations
  • Malls
  • …and so much more.

As cost-control experts, we’re open and transparent about our pricing and and how submetering can benefit you and your bottom line. See it here.

If you’re in the oil and gas industry and you’re interested in investing in submetering, or seeing how submetering would best suit your business, come see us at the Global Petroleum show in Calgary, Alberta on June 12-14th, 2018, North America’s Leading Energy Event.

Come join us at booth #7533 and we’ll be able to answer any questions about…

  • Echometer production optimization equipment.
  • Fann Instrument Company – Drilling fluid and cement testing equipment.
  • Utility submetering for a green office space, workcamp, or well site.
  • How we can apply our submetering technology to your situation.

And what’s more, we invite you to redeem your discounted access to the trade show. Click here to register online, and we will see you in June!

 



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