How to wear an H2S monitor

  GET A QUALITY H2S MONITOR IN SAN ANTONIO Hydrogen sulfide is a toxic gas and all oilfield workers should wear a personal H2S monitor to detect the presence of the gas. An H2S badge cannot protect you if you do not have a good monitor being used properly. Our...

Does H2S Affect Rod Lift?

  HOW DOES HYDROGEN SULFIDE AFFECT ROD LIFT? Rod lift wells are designed to produce three basic fluids: oil, water, and gas. FLUID EFFECTS Oil is the most favorable of the three fluids for rod lift to produce. Aside from oil being the primary income stream for...

What is a glycol unit?

NATURAL GAS AND IMPURITIES The pure natural gas that we all use is, in San Antonio, almost 100% methane (CH4). It is important that the natural gas we burn is pure because it gives a correct and consistent amount of heat while minimizing the pollution produced....

Possible H2S Sources in San Antonio

H2S is a deadly gas that smells like rotten eggs and can be found in a wide variety of places. Although your first notice of the gas may be from smelling H2S in tiny quantities, the sense of smell should never be relied upon to detect whether or not H2S is present in...

South Texas H2S Injection Hazards

Injection wells are not always thought of as H2S sources, but it should be mentioned during San Antonio H2S training that injectors are possible sources of hydrogen sulfide. Most injectors in South Texas will be classified as disposal wells, however, workers in other...