New Ichthys Project employs SharpEye and SafEye detectors.
28 May 2015
The Ichthys Project is a world-class project to develop a gas and condensate field approximately 130 miles (200km) off the northwest coast of Australia. The project, which is operated by INPEX, is a joint venture with major partner Total and various Japanese & Taiwanese Gas companies and is due to start production in 2016.
The project, which is the first of its size to be operated by a Japanese company, has installed over 500 SharpEye IR3 flame detectors, accompanied by over 200 SafEye Open Path Gas Detectors.
Spectrex Inc. is a technology leader in optical Flame and Open Path Gas Detection (OPGD). Our patented optical UV/IR and IR3 Flame Detector designs, and pioneering patented Xenon Flash designs in OPGD detectors are now the standard for Oil & Gas projects.
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