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SkoFlo BPR Wins 2016 OTC New Technology Award

SkoFlo Industries, Inc. was recognized at the 2016 Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) with the presentation of the Spotlight on New Technology Awards for its Subsea Back Pressure Regulator.

The OTC awards honor innovative technologies based on broad appeal to the industry, proven capabilities through full-scale application or successful prototype testing, and significant impact with benefits beyond existing technologies. 

The SkoFlo Back Pressure Regulator, qualified and deployed on Green and Brown fields to combat fluid siphoning for wells with low pressure, maintains a preset fluid column pressure at the injection point. 

The subsea back pressure regulator can be delivered and retrieved thousands of feet below the surface of the ocean to a site via a ROV (Remote Operating Vehicle). It is installed above chemical injection flow pipe lines that run along the sea floor to the well location. When well pressures fall below a specified set point in the device, it automatically activates to regulate and control overall line pressure.

For more information, visit OTC 2016 Spotlight-on-New-Technology Awards website. 


SkoFlo wins 2016 ASME BMEA Innovation Award

SkoFlo was awarded a 2016 Woelfel Best Mechanical Engineering Achievement Award (BMEA) for its Subsea Back Pressure Regulator, at the 2016 OTC Show and exhibition help in Houston Texas


The 2016 ASME Woelfel Best Mechanical Engineering Achievement Award
(BMEA) recognizes a product, device or system displayed at OTC that best reflects innovation and/or practical use of mechanical engineering in solving problems, improving design or maximizing performance.


For additional information on the BMEA award, visit .




Subsea Back Pressure Regulator awarded Silver A' Design Award

The SkoFlo Subsea Back Pressure Regulator has been awarded the Silver A' Design Award in the category of Engineering and Technical Design by the grand jury panel of the A’ Design Award & Competition.

The A' Design Awards are the world’s most influential and largest design awards, presented each year in Italy.

You can see a complete profile on the award on the A' Design Awards Website


SkoFlo Subsea BPR Featured in UT2/UT3 Magazine

The Society for Underwater Technology has just published its feature article in UT3, the online version of the Subsea industry magazine, showcasing the newest product in the SkoFlo lineup - the Subsea BPR.

The article entitled, A New Way to Combat Chemical Siphoning in Low Pressure Wells is available online at


Aug. 29 - Sept. 1, 2016

ONS 2016

The ONS Conference is known as one of the world’s most important oil, gas and energy fora, giving the delegates a sneak peek into the future of energy world. ONS now offers conference programme on five different arenas.

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SkoFlo is the world leader in precision chemical injection systems for the petroleum
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Our chemical injection metering valves (CIMV) were the first in 1988, and today our patented spring-balanced valve technology is still revered as the industry's most accurate.

SkoFlo valves are pressure-independent, delivering constant flow with large changes in pressure drop. This allows one pump to accurately meter chemical to multiple injection points regardless of upstream or downstream pressure fluctuations.

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Chemical injection is all we do, and we are committed to advancing our technology and staying ahead of the field. Our customers rely on us for our technical sophistication and our expertise. They bring their toughest injection challenges to SkoFlo … and we're proud to help solve them.

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SkoFlo has delivered over 20,000 valves since 1988. We are the only company that proves our products by testing them in surface applications before deploying them subsea. The result is that SkoFlo valves have amassed over 21 million continuous operating hours.