Oil & Gas

For over 50 years, Conspec has pioneered the design, development, and manufacturing of environmental and atmospheric monitoring, process control, and safety technology relied upon by many of the largest companies all over the world.

With decades of collaboration with industry leading operators, government/industry research institutes, diverse technology partnerships and our exacting ISO 9001:2015 certified quality assurance system for design and developments, we deliver the "Innovation That Digs Deeper" for continuous improvement and innovation in quality, performance and cost-effectiveness in hardware and software designs. Our proven systems-based approach provides the best protection available for your personnel, property and profits.

This systems-based approach focusing on delivering the most reliable protection in the harshest of environments has allowed our customers to rely upon Conspec to deliver the most accurate readings in gas and flame detection while safely resting assured of the absolutely minimum in disruption to their operational activities, through the prevention of nuisance false alarms and expensive site shut-ins.

Each of our Optio XP series of gas monitors and flame detectors are designed to be immune to inherent drifting by monitoring the changes to atmospheric conditions, such as temperature, barometric pressure and humidity, and automatically adjusting the device's accuracy and reliability, without any human interference.

In addition to the rigorous testing of our monitor and detector technologies through independent, third party certification and surveillance of our manufacturing, testing and customer support systems to not only ISO 9001:2015, but also to the exacting IEC 80079, and ATEX Directive 94/9/EC standards, Conspec has earned its reputation for delivering the most dependable gas monitors, transmitters, and flame detectors to serve the rigorous demands required by the Oil and Gas Industry for the protection of personnel, property and profits.

Key Applications


  • The oil and gas industry requires processing plants for the transportation of gas and the conversion of gas to liquid form to make transportation easier, safer, and more efficient
  • Many combustible and toxic materials/chemicals can be found at processing plants in areas that contain reactors, turbines, valves, tanks, and pipelines. These materials and chemicals are extremely hazardous to the facility and its personnel, especially in high-traffic areas
  • In order to avoid leaks, fires, and explosive atmospheres, automation and integration strategies should be implemented. These include flame and gas detectors, audible horns, flashing lights, and increasing ventilation in enclosed facilities


  • Common hazards typically faced within wells and drilling sites are gas leaks or accumulated levels of Hydrogen Sulphide and Methane. As these gases leak or buildup near tools, sites and high-traffic work areas, fire may break out when combustible chemicals and gases are accidentally ignited
  • The solution to this issue is to install combustible gas detection systems and flame detection equipment
  • Autonomous solar power stations can be installed to provide uninterruptible, low cost, reliable and effective power to the remote monitoring systems
  • These state-of-the-art detection systems create a strong line of defence to thoroughly safeguard equipment and personnel to prevent production from coming to a standstill


  • There are many processes and special production units in a refinery that create specific safety hazards. These include crude desalting, thermal/coking/catalytic cracking, catalytic dust, hydrogen generation, hydrogen sulfide, isomerization, and sweetening
  • Continuous combustible and toxic gas monitoring is critical for maintaining safe operation for personnel within refineries


  • Facilities with compressors, pumps, and valves require continuous gas, flame, and particle monitoring due to the constant high stress level present on machinery
  • Machinery in facilities with compressors, pumps, and valves are under constant high-level stress due to heat, pressure, and vibration. These areas are prone to high pressure leaks, spills, and fugitive emissions that, if undetected, can cause extensive damage to the entire facility and bring production transport to a standstill
  • Over time, seals and gaskets in valves and pumps will inevitably weaken, leading to particles in the gas stream, which can corrode pipelines and degrade components. This can create leakage, which can ultimately lead to fires

Oil & Gas Products & Systems

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