A New EFA between Parker Hannifin and Shell Has Been Signed

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Shell's Enterprise Framework Agreement covers the supply of instrument tubing fittings, manifolds, valves, process-to-instrument valves and related products

A New EFA between Parker Hannifin and Shell Has Been Signed
A New EFA between Parker Hannifin and Shell Has Been Signed

Parker Hannifin Corporation has signed a new Enterprise Framework Agreement (EFA) with Shell for the provision of instrumentation valves, manifolds, process-to-instrument valves, fittings, tubing, protective enclosures and related products. As per the EFA spanning 4 years, Parker’s Instrumentation Group will supply a broad range of process instrumentation products to Shell and its affiliates worldwide.

Investments and advances

Over the last decade, Parker has invested heavily in innovation, and has made many significant advances in areas including safety, speed of installation and maintenance, and lowering emissions. In particular, Parker’s new products can dramatically reduce the number of potential leak paths in a fluid system technology, and improve ergonomics for instrumentation and maintenance engineers. Its core values engineering customer challenges capture the company's goal of leadership in the process instrumentation market.

Designing and manufacturing

Also important is Parker’s long experience in designing and manufacturing instrumentation using corrosion resistant alloys that optimize protection in upstream and downstream environments - a major problem for many current oil and gas projects.

Posted on March 7, 2018 - (54498 views)
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