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Elster to Demonstrate Metering Innovations at 2012 World Gas Conference

Elster has declared that the company is participating in the 25th World Gas Conference (WGC2012), which will be held from 4 to 8 June, 2012.

The International Gas Union (IGU) will organize the conference, which will take place at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre in Malaysia. The theme of this conference is Gas: Sustaining Future Global Growth.

Integrated gas measurement and regulator solutions for use in low and high pressure applications will be showcased by the company in the conference. The new themis diaphragm gas meter, Q.Sonic ultrasonic flow meter, EK280 volume converter, Rotary All By One (RABO) rotary gas meter and high pressure MR HP20 regulator series are included in these metering innovations.

The company continuously supports downstream, mid-stream and upstream applications, with a global demand increase for advanced meter reading (AMR) technology and natural gas.

Themis from Elster is one of the primary industrial and commercial diaphragm gas meters together with built-in volume conversion, which determines and displays the standard volume directly and sends this information to the utility with the help of its integral GPRS modem.

Q.Sonic from Elster is a next generation ultrasonic flow meter specifically developed to meet the demand in the industry for high-accuracy and performance and will feature intelligent self-diagnostics in order to eliminate the need for wide commissioning, health checks and installation.

All the market demands are virtually met by the company’s new RABO rotary gas meter, which can minimize operating costs and retrofit easily with the help of digital encoders.

The International Energy Agency's (IEA) World Energy Outlook 2011 has reported that the worldwide energy demand will rise by one-third between 2010 and 2035 and natural gas demands are increasing.

Source: http://www.elster.com/

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