EnerCorp acquires flowmeter technology company

FloDatix meter offers cost-effective metering, company says

EnerCorp Engineered Solutions has acquired the assets of FloDatix Ltd., a developer of multiphase flowmeter technology for the oil and gas industry.

EnerCorp offerings include a suite of proprietary sand separation technologies along with fully automated eFlowback ecosystems for flowback and late stage well flow and sand management applications.

The acquisition of FloDatix multiphase flowmeter technology and intellectual property aligns with EnerCorp’s vision to continue developing disruptive and value-adding technologies that optimize the production equipment footprint, reduce harmful emissions, and improve flow data accuracy, the company said.

A FloDatix flowmeter. FloDatix has been acquired by EnerCorp Engineered Solutions. (Image: floDatix)

The FloDatix meter combines proven electromagnetic imaging technologies in a safe and cost-effective metering solution, offering high-speed accurate measurements in real time. This non-nuclear and non-intrusive digital imaging meter provides oil and gas operators with high-quality flow data that can be analyzed down to individual pixels.

“We’re excited to add a non-nuclear multiphase meter to our offerings. FloDatix technology is highly accurate and requires little to no field calibration compared to current meters in the market today,” said EnerCorp’s President and CEO, James E. Pung. “This expanded engineered product offering advances EnerCorp’s position as a trusted partner to oil and gas operators seeking to maximize production and lower LOE costs.”

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