IGEM Annual Gas Conference 2023
Discover current trends, leading gas valves and flow technology solutions for the gas distribution and gas transmission sector at IGEM Annual Conference 2023. Meet Oxford Flow on stand 8, in hall A, at the Conference.
IGEM Annual Conference 2023
The IGEM’s Annual Conference takes place on Thursday 9th November 2023, in Hall A of the Banqueting Suite, at the East Midlands Conference Centre (EMCC), in Nottingham, UK. As IGEM members, Oxford Flow will be exhibiting their latest gas solutions.
Safety and security of the natural gas network will be key topics of conversation as will the energy transition narrative. Leading gas industry experts will share valuable insights and discuss impacts of current operational practices as well as the future for hydrogen networks.
Oxford Flow stand 8
Oxford Flow produce valves for gas transmission and gas distribution sectors, as well as for other industries. The business is continually pushing boundaries, challenging conventional valve designs, and finding solutions to many age-old problems that effect gas networks. The company is recognised for their innovative products and benchmarking the path to zero emission valve technology.
Our stand #8 will have demo models and our gas technology experts will be available to discuss your requirements:
Valves of interest
The revolutionary ES valve will be on display at the IGEM conference. This valve is quite unlike any other and is set apart from the rest of the market due to being stemless, having no mechanical drive train and does not emit fugitive emissions – a major feat of engineering.
In 2022 Oxford Flow with their ES valve won Best Mechanical Engineering Achievement Award from the ASME, (The American Society of Mechanical Engineers). In fact recently Oxford Flow was named as a finalist in the ADNOC Group Decarbonization Technology Challenge for producing control and isolation valves that eliminate fugitive emissions.
The IM-S wafer gas regulator will also be on display. With it’s characteristic patented piston design wear is negligible meaning that there is no need to frequently replace diaphragms associated with typically regulators. The high performing valve is lightweight and compact and has been independently verified for up to 100% hydrogen. Various gas networks are looking to the gas regulator to upgrade their gas infrastructure and to futureproof their pipelines for the hydrogen transition. You may be interested in reading a recent press announcement about Oxford Flow and partnership with SGN to verify hydrogen-ready gas networks.