Oil & gas industry
Petroleum is a naturally occurring liquid found in rock formations. It consists
of a complex mixture of hydrocarbons of various molecular weights, plus other organic
compounds. It is generally accepted that oil is formed mostly from the carbon rich
remains of ancient plankton after exposure to heat and pressure in the Earth's crust
over hundreds of millions of years. Over time, the decayed residue was covered by
layers of mud and silt, sinking further down into the Earth’s crust and preserved
there between hot and pressured layers, gradually transforming into oil reservoirs.
Processing/refining: Processing and refining operations turn crude oil and gas into
marketable products. In the case of crude oil, these products include heating oil,
gasoline for use in vehicles, jet fuel, and diesel oil.
Oil refining processes include distillation, vacuum distillation, catalytic reforming,
catalytic cracking, alkylation, isomerization and hydrotreating. Natural gas processing
includes compression; glycol dehydration; amine treating; separating the product
into pipeline-quality natural gas and a stream of mixed natural gas liquids.
The oil and gas industry is comprised of two main sectors: Exploration and
Production (upstream), and Refining, Processing, and Distribution (downstream).
As a private center, at RMRC we offer our expertise to all companies related to
oil and gas sector.
RMRC supports design engineering, inspection, testing, and quality assessment
of oil and gas industry. A team of scientists, engineers and technicians offer their
professional experience to the clients helping them meet their performance and quality
under safe conditions.
RMRC’s experiences in working with giants of petroleum industry and its fully-equipped
labs guarantee the quality of services offered to clients. RMRC is an ISO 9001 certified
laboratory and is accredited by Iranian standard organization (ISIRI) and Saudi
Arabian standard organization (SASO).
What we offer:
Material selection, coating design and development, durability testing, quality
evaluation, part simulation based on working (temperature/pressure) conditions,
process design for cast parts (using SUTCAST casting simulation software), failure
analysis, standardization and research projects