Meet Chelsea at ADIPEC 2022

ADIPEC 2022 provides a platform to showcase new products, solutions, technologies, innovations, capabilities for the oil and gas industry, and opens next week (31 Oct) in Abu Dhabi, running through to 3 November. Chelsea Technologies will be there demonstrating its latest oil & gas sensors at stand 13695, demonstrating our continued commitment to the world's leading environmental sensors for pollution control.


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Hosted by the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC), ADIPEC brings businesses, thought leaders and energy professionals together to responsibly chart the future for the energy industry at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC).

This year, ADIPEC will strive to be the platform to translate net-zero pledges into net-zero plans by stimulating debate on the pathways to influence COP 27 & 28 conversations and demonstrating the role of oil and gas in driving smarter, more sustainable, and reliable energy systems.

ADIPEC 2022 Exhibition

ADIPEC works with strategic partners, including the UAE Government and ADNOC, to provide a platform to showcase new products, solutions, technologies, innovations, capabilities from over 2,200 exhibiting companies from over 55 countries, including over 52 NOCs IOCs and IECs as well as 25 international country pavilions. In helping its  partners and customers bring these to the marketplace, ADIPEC is helping build pathways through the energy transition.

Chelsea’s Pollution Detection Range at ADIPEC 2022

pollution detectionChelsea’s range of products is designed to detect pollution at microscopic levels from oil in water sensors for leak detection and oil spill response, to wash water monitoring systems. Chelsea’s DNV-GL Type Approved Sea Sentry system for monitoring ship exhaust gas wash water builds on 10 years’ experience in developing marine wash water monitoring systems and on over 50 years expertise in sensor development. Our deployable sensors can detect oil, fuel and BTEX compounds at parts per billion sensitivities, with excellent turbidity and ambient light rejection, making them suitable for deployment in open ocean and process waters.


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