Our mission

Here at Adelant Energy we believe that through the implementation of our industry leading technologies, including our patented Pipeline Silencer, we can accomplish 3 things;


1. Protect operators from noise induced hearing loss as well as from hazardous liquids and gasses.


2. Reduce the impact from noise of oil and gas operations to the surrounding public as well as the natural environment including mammal and avian species.

3. Help natural gas companies attain compliance with the local, state, and federal noise ordinances.

Wyoming Oil & Gas Conservation Commission Testimonial

The Wyoming Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, has a duty to “regulate oil and gas activities in a manner that ensures responsible development and management of Wyoming’s oil and gas resources and provides appropriate environmental stewardship for Wyoming citizens.” In this regard, I find the Pipeline Silencer to be a product that aims to achieve this mission. I would strongly recommend any company to which the Pipeline Silencer is presented, to consider this… product to achieve these goals.


Sincerely Yours,


Tom Fitzsimmons, PE
WOGCC Commissioner

Safety

The Pipeline Silencer prevents Noise Induced Hearing Loss (NIHL) and allows the operator to safely release hydrocarbons to atmosphere with no need of ear protection for up to 3 – 6 hours a day per OSHA standards

The rotational design allows the operator to safely direct the venting gas downwind, away from his/her point of inhalation or any possible ignition sources, and therefore virtually eliminates the chance to encounter H2S or any volatile liquids such as methanol or condensate that may be in the pipeline while blowing down.

Environment

The Pipeline Silencer minimizes ill health effects that are caused by noise on both mammal and avian species such as birds and bats that inhabit areas near gas facilities

The Pipeline Silencer will reduce the amount of noise complaints filed by civilians who live near gas facilities as well as reduce the annoyance level of civilian passerby’s.

Compliance

The Pipeline Silencer adheres to OSHA’s Hierarchy of Controls for Noise as it eliminates the hazardous noise at its source through engineering controls

The Pipeline Silencer enables energy companies to be compliant with state mandated noise levels. 

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Why Use Silencers?

Hearing loss in the oil and gas industry

Published on: January 25, 2016

Richmond, B.C. — Workers in B.C.’s upstream oil and gas, drilling, and pipeline construction industries are more likely to suffer hearing loss than other industries according to 2014 hearing tests results. More than one-third of workers in the oil and gas industry overall showed signs of noise-related hearing loss; specifically, more than 36 percent of workers in the oil and gas drilling subsector showed signs of noise-induced hearing loss.

“This is a concern. The hearing test results in oil and gas for noise-related hearing loss are more than double compared to other industries with hazardous noise levels,” says Budd Phillips, regional prevention manager, Fort St. John, WorkSafeBC. “Employers in the oil and gas industry need to ensure the health and safety of their workers and prevent noise-related hearing loss injuries.“

According to the Occupational Health and Safety Regulation, employers are required to provide hearing loss prevention programs, monitoring of noise levels, and annual hearing tests for workers exposed to hazardous noise. WorkSafeBC’s data indicate only 15 percent of workers in oil and gas and pipeline construction in B.C. were tested in 2014.

“This is a call to action for employers in hazardous noise industries to ensure their workers have access to hearing loss prevention programs and annual testing, as well as vigilant monitoring to determine where and when the highest levels of noise exposure are occurring and take appropriate engineering control measures to reduce exposures,” says Phillips.

WorkSafeBC data also indicate hearing protection used in the oil and gas industry is in some cases insufficient and needs to be re-evaluated by employers. It also indicates that 27 percent of young workers working in the oil and gas field servicing subsector report that they do not wear hearing protection devices.

Our Solution

The Pipeline Silencer prevents Noise Induced Hearing Loss (NIHL) and allows the operator to safely release hydrocarbons to atmosphere with no need of ear protection for up to 3 – 6 hours a day per OSHA standards.

The rotational design allows the operator to safely direct the venting gas downwind, away from his/her point of inhalation or any possible ignition sources, and therefore virtually eliminates the chance to encounter H2Sor any volatile liquids such as methanol or condensate that may be in the pipeline while blowing down.

The Pipeline Silencer minimizes ill health effects that are caused by noise on both mammal and avian species such as birds and bats that inhabit areas near gas facilities.

The Pipeline Silencer will reduce the amount of noise complaints filed by civilians who live near gas facilities as well as reduce the annoyance level of civilian passerby’s.

The Pipeline Silencer adheres to OSHA’s Hierarchy of Controls for Noiseas it eliminates the hazardous noise at its source through engineering controls.

The Pipeline Silencer enables energy companies to be compliant with state mandated noise levels.

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Phone: 970-646-1248

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