Industries & Sectors

Energy Industry

Pine is proud to provide the best rental equipment for industries in the energy sector. Our products are focused on testing, measurement, and data analysis applicable to energy producers. This includes helping customers meet regulatory demands and to sustain their long-term growth projections. Pine has the right equipment for projects in energy exploration and development. Also, we are in stock with the equipment you need for industrial plant turnaround, inspections, and testing.

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Oil & Gas – Upstream, Midstream, Downstream

Pine provides an extensive inventory of rental equipment and field supply sales used within the Oil and Gas industry. We carry the best equipment needed for three major sectors: upstream, midstream, and downstream. The upstream sector of exploration and production (E&P) includes support equipment for searching for potential underground or underwater crude oil and natural gas fields and drilling exploratory wells. The midstream sector involves transportation (by pipeline, rail, barge, an oil tanker, or truck), storage, and wholesale marketing of crude or refined petroleum products. The downstream sector is the refining of oil and processing and purifying of raw natural gas.

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Stored Chemical Energy

Chemical energy is released when bonds form in a chemical reaction, often producing heat as a by-product. There are several stored chemical energy sectors such as batteries, biomass, coal, wood, petroleum, renewables generated (hydrogen, fuel cell, and hydrocarbons), and even food. Batteries as electrochemical energy storage bring great promise in a range of small to large-scale applications. Pine Environmental provides a host of equipment for air and gas monitoring, non-destructive testing, remote visual inspection, and continuous emissions monitoring.

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Pipeline – Liquids and Natural Gas

One of the most effective ways to transport crude oil and natural gas liquids is through pumping stations along a pipeline. Pipeline companies face government regulations to ensure the safety of the pipelines, the environment, and the populations where these pipelines run. Pine has the right equipment for testing and monitoring pipeline assets to keep in compliance with stringent government regulations. This includes UT Inspections, hardness testers, eddy current flaw detectors, ground penetrating radars, positive material (PMI/XRF), remote visual inspection (RVI), calibration services, data analysis services, and personal protective equipment (PPE).  

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Terminals (Tank Farms)

Oil terminals (also called tank farms or oil depots) are industrial facilities for the storage of oil, petroleum, and petrochemical products, and from which these products are transported to end-users. Pine carries many of the air/gas monitoring, nondestructive testing, and inspection equipment needed for terminal facilities to comply with required health and safety standards. Maintaining Health, Safety, and Environment (HSE) requires operators of a depot to ensure that products are safely stored and handled. Tank inspection and testing is a regular process as there must be no leakages which could damage the soil or water table. Fire protection is a primary consideration, especially for the more flammable products such as petrol (gasoline).

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Petroleum in the United States and Canada has been a major industry. Transportation via rail cars, trucks, tanker vessels, and pipelines requires a lot of logistics. The biggest problems with moving this oil are pollution and the chance of being spilled. Pine has many of the equipment items needed for monitoring air/gas quality, nondestructive testing of tank safety standards, field supplies, and personal protective gear.

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Nuclear – Emissions Free

Nuclear power plants produce no greenhouse gas emissions during operation, and throughout its life cycle, nuclear produces about the same amount of carbon dioxide-equivalent emissions per unit of electricity as wind energy. Nuclear energy provides nearly 55 percent of America’s carbon-free electricity. Protecting the environment at nuclear power plants extends to safely managing used fuel, protecting water quality, monitoring air quality, preserving and improving habitat for plants and wildlife. All U.S. nuclear energy facilities have extensive environmental programs, which are under the oversight of the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission and state regulators. Pine’s Continuous Emissions Monitoring (CEMS) provides equipment for monitoring flue gas emissions. We also carry key air/gas and water monitoring equipment to help protect the surrounding environment.

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Renewables – Wind, Solar, Tidal, Hydro

Renewable energy is powering a clean energy revolution today and for our future. By harnessing nature’s power, clean energy is being used for heating, transportation, lighting, and more. We have increasingly innovative and less-expensive ways to capture energy from wind, solar, tidal, hydro, and biomass. Pine Environmental carries the best equipment for monitoring and testing air quality, water level and quality monitoring, field supplies, sound and vibration meters, weather analysis, and global telemetry solutions.

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Geothermal energy is the thermal energy generated and stored in the Earth. Water and/or steam carry the geothermal energy to the Earth’s surface. This energy can be used for heating and cooling purposes or be harnessed to generate clean energy. Pine provides the best equipment for testing, monitoring, and inspecting industrial machines within geothermal facilities. Turbines, generators, pipes, wells, and other components require the right tools for the job. Pine carries the right tools for testing and monitoring plant facilities, noise and sight pollution, discharge of water and gases, and soil testing.

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Pine’s Water Application Expertise

Water pollution is the result of contaminants being introduced into the natural environment, usually as a result of human activities. Water bodies that may be impacted include lakes and reservoirs, rivers and streams, oceans, underground aquifers, and groundwater. For example, releasing inadequately treated wastewater into natural water bodies can lead to the degradation of aquatic ecosystems. In turn, this can lead to public health problems for people living downstream.

Groundwater remediation is the process that is used to treat polluted groundwater by removing the pollutants or converting them into harmless products. There are a wide variety of instruments used to gather samples, measure important parameters, provide real time analysis, and record information during any monitoring episode. Water analysis helps to provide a comprehensive and accurate picture for understanding past impacts and engineering appropriate solutions to protect and restore water quality. Pine is dedicated in our mission to help our clients protect and preserve this important resource.

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