The Polarled Pipeline—a 482-km-long pipeline that will transport gas from the Aasta Hansteen field in the Norwegian Sea to western Norway—is the first pipeline to transport Norwegian Gas infrastructure across the Arctic Circle. Due to the large diameter and length of the pipeline, Halliburton needed a high capacity of seawater for flushing and maintenance (“pigging”) of the pipeline. The gas pipeline will be laid in water depths of up to 1265 m—this will be the first time a gas pipeline measuring 36 in. in diameter is being installed at such depths.
Fracking typically uses between 1.2 and 3.5 million gal of water per well—large projects use up to 5 million gal. Sourcing these large amounts of water is a problem for the industry. Some companies truck water for use at a large expense; others use local close water sources—ponds, reservoirs, etc. Water transfer companies have used lay-flat hose or ring-lock pipe to transfer the water for short distances. Moving water more than a few miles has been an issue for the industry due to the cost and logistics of moving the equipment after a few fracking jobs.
Xylem Inc. launched a new online dewatering platform. The new website brings Xylem’s dewatering product brands—Flygt and Godwin—together on one comprehensive Web platform, delivering product content and tools to enable quick customer access to Xylem’s rental services and expertise.
Xylem announced that its Godwin range of diesel pumps is now available with Tier 4 engines, the most up-to-date engine technology available. The new Tier 4 engines in Godwin pumps reduce air pollution by minimizing particulate matter (PM) and nitrogen oxides (NOx), as well as delivering enhanced engine control and reduced engine noise.
Xylem announced that it is expanding its bank of Godwin brand high head dewatering pumps to cater for increased rental. Xylem made the announcement at the opening day of the Hillhead 2014 tradeshow at Hillhead Quarry, Buxton, U.K.
Xylem’s rental bank expansion will give customers the option to choose from an additional 20 assets of Godwin dewatering pumps, including the high head Godwin HL series, the Godwin CD and NC (non-clog) series.
Flygt is touring the country with 24- and 12-ft-long mobile display units (MDUs) equipped with exhibits of the manufacturer’s solutions for water and wastewater systems. The larger mobile showroom features equipment marketed by Flygt and Godwin, a companion line of pumps also owned by Xylem Inc. Itineraries will include appearances staffed by Flygt experts at tradeshows, customer locations, distributor-sponsored venues and consultant seminars.
Xylem announced the opening of its newest dewatering solutions branch in Pompano Beach, FL.
The branch is managed by current Florida branch manager Mike Sturgill.
The 12,000 sq ft facility is equipped with shop and office space, and sits on more than two acres. It is located between I-95 and the Florida Turnpike, 32 miles south of West Palm Beach and 30 miles north of Miami.
Xylem announced that its Godwin brand will again be featured in the Operations Challenge at the 2013 Water Environment Federations Technical Ehxibition and Conference (WEFTEC). The Godwin brand was featured in the WEFTEC Operations Challenge Maintenance Event 2005-2009. Now it's back for the 2014-2017 challenges. In addition, equipment and technology from Xylem's Flygt and MJK brands will be included in the challenge.
Xylem Inc. has launched a new Godwin pump specifically designed for lower head dewatering applications. The Godwin Vac-Prime is an efficient, automatic, self-priming dewatering solution ideally suited to well-pointing. The new pump will be unveiled for the first time at Bauma tradeshow, April 15 to 21, 2013 in Munich, Germany.
Xylem Inc. will showcase its range of Godwin portable pumps featuring Flygt N-technology at the Bauma International Trade Fair, April 15 to 21, 2013, in Munich, Germany. The new range, Xylem’s Godwin NC-Series, is engineered to deliver clog-free pumping for maximum uptime and effectiveness.
Xylem also announced that it will unveil a new submersible dewatering pump range at the show; comprising four new pumps ranging from 4 to 18 kW. The new range is ideal for water removal in mining, tunneling and other harsh dewatering conditions.
Xylem Inc., unveiled new additions to its Godwin dewatering portfolio. Xylem, which spun off from ITT Corp., last year, launched the Godwin Heidra NC Series at WEFTEC 2012 in New Orleans.
The series is the latest addition to Xylem's Godwin portfolio. Last year the company introduced NC pumps to the Godwin Dri-Prime centrifugal pump line, with patented Flygt N-technology and an innovative self-cleaning impeller.
Godwin, a Xylem brand, continues to support emergency relief efforts through the south after Hurricane Isaac.
In the same areas hit by Hurricane Katrina in 2005, parishes throughout New Orleans and Baton Rouge were experiencing flooding and power outages from Hurricane Isaac. Pump stations were being used at length because of the outages, and needed backup. Godwin, in conjunction with distributor Better Pumps & Solutions, deployed a total of 167 pumps.
Xylem, a global water technology company focused on addressing world water issues, has named Mike Delzingaro as vice president and director of sales for dewatering solutions.
Delzingaro has 14 years of experience with Godwin Pumps and Xylem. Most recently he was regional manager for the northeast region. He holds B.S. and M.S. degrees in mechanical engineering from Villanova University.
Xylem Inc., a global water technology company focused on addressing the world’s most challenging water issues, has broken ground on a 10,000-sq-ft extension of its manufacturing facility in Bridgeport, N.J., to support continuing growth in the dewatering segment.
Godwin, the manufacturer of the Dri-Prime automatic self-priming and dry-running pump, is changing its legal name to Xylem Dewatering Solutions Inc. The change is effective on Jan. 1, 2012.
Godwin, a manufacturer of the Dri-Prime automatic self-priming and dry-running pump, recently held a raffle to benefit the National Military Family Assn. (NMFA).
Godwin employees were able to raise $4,595 for the NMFA, the leading charity committed to strengthening and protecting service members' families in the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, Public Health Service and NOAA. The money raised is enough to send eight children to Operation Purple camps.
Godwin, a Xylem Inc. brand and a manufacturer of the Dri-Prime automatic self-priming and dry-running pump, announced a donation to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV).
NCADV works to eliminate domestic violence, empower battered adults and children, promote and unify direct service programs, alert and educate the public, and promote partnerships.
Xylem Inc., which this week spun off from ITT Corp., announced a new range of Godwin portable pumps featuring non-clog Flygt N-technology. The new range, called the Godwin NC Series, is engineered to deliver clog-free pumping for maximum uptime and effectiveness.
Godwin Pumps is pleased to announce new branch locations in Indianapolis, Cincinnati and Evansville, Ind. Godwin’s increased presence in the Midwest aligns with its strategy to enhance its focus on customer service.
“The opening of these three new branches in the heart of the Midwest exemplifies our commitment to our customers . . . to make available timely supply of rental pumps and related equipment and to enhance pre- and post-sale support,” Godwin President Michel Bakhos said.
Godwin Pumps, manufacturer of the Dri-Prime pump, continues to support emergency relief efforts throughout the East Coast after Hurricane Irene.
“We fleeted 85 diesel Dri-Prime pumps last week,” said Godwin Pumps Chief Operating Officer Grant Salstrom.