We are pleased to announce a new partnership between PureHM and Direct-C Monitoring Services. Direct-C is an Alberta-based company providing unparalleled 24/7 leak detection monitoring solutions for the Oil and Gas industry. As a leader in providing innovative pipeline integrity technologies and solutions, PureHM is excited to be able to offer clients an enhanced monitoring solution for both liquid hydrocarbon leaks and produced water leaks through this new partnership.
Direct-C has developed an intelligent nanocoating that instantly reacts to liquid hydrocarbons; this combined with their custom IoT control module alerts the asset operator immediately in the event of an unexpected release. This solution eliminates false positives and provides complete detection certainty to operators. We believe that the addition of Direct-C’s proprietary technology to our suite of pipeline integrity solutions will directly contribute to our mission of giving pipeline operators confidence that they are delivering energy safely.
PureHM, and our parent company Xylem, are excited by the opportunity to partner with a local Alberta-based high-tech startup like Direct-C to offer a completely unique solution to the hydrocarbon leak detection market space. We believe the Direct-C technology fills an important and relatively unaddressed niche in the leak detection sector for discrete location monitoring with no false positives. We see the Direct-C technology as a perfect complement to existing CPM-based leak detection methods and our own SmartBall inline leak detection inspection services.”Muthu Chandrasekaran, SVP Energy Pipelines, PureHM
Adrian Banica, CEO, Direct-C
We are looking forward to enhancing our energy market strategy in conjunction with PureHM as we bring the unique capabilities of our leak detection technology to oil and gas operators. Our proprietary, self-contained and highly secure IoT sensors allow for easy and rapid deployment at high risk, high consequence locations increasing the level of protection provided by existing legacy systems.”