Cameron International Corporation

Cameron Park, CA, United States

Cameron International Corporation

Cameron Park, CA, United States
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Cameron International Corporation | Date: 2017-01-02

The disclosed embodiments include ball valves having integrated seats. The integrated seats are included in a ball body assembly of a valve body. The ball body assembly may rotate with respect to the valve body to open or close the valve. The integrated seats may contact walls of a bore to sealingly close the valve.


Patent
Cameron International Corporation | Date: 2016-12-12

A fracturing system including a fracturing manifold. In one embodiment, the system includes a fracturing manifold coupled to a plurality of fracturing trees via a plurality of fluid conduits. Further, multiple fracturing trees of the plurality of fracturing trees can each be coupled to the fracturing manifold by only a single fluid conduit of the plurality of fluid conduits to allow each of the multiple fracturing trees to receive fracturing fluid from the fracturing manifold via its respective single fluid conduit. Additional systems, devices, and methods are also disclosed.


Patent
Cameron International Corporation | Date: 2017-03-08

An ultrasonic transducer apparatus is provided. In one embodiment, the apparatus includes an ultrasonic flow meter (38, 92, 132) having an ultrasonic transducer assembly (50) coupled to a meter body (94, 134). The ultrasonic transducer assembly can include an ultrasonic transducer (112) in a transducer housing (52, 72, 74), and the transducer housing can be positioned within the meter body such that, during flow of a fluid through the meter body, the transducer housing is exposed to, and is in pressure balance with, the fluid. The transducer housing can be positioned in a sheath that acoustically isolates the ultrasonic transducer and its housing from the meter body. Additional systems, devices, and methods are also disclosed.


Patent
Cameron International Corporation | Date: 2017-02-13

A system for a blowout preventer (BOP) stack assembly includes one or more pairs of ultrasonic transducers coupled to a body that is configured to support a movable component of the BOP stack assembly, wherein each pair of ultrasonic transducers comprises a first ultrasonic transducer disposed on a first side of the body and a second ultrasonic transducer disposed on a second side of the body, opposite the first side. The system also includes a controller configured to receive a first signal indicative of a position of the movable component from the one or more pairs of ultrasonic transducers, to determine the position of the movable component based on the first signal, and to provide a first output indicative of the position of the movable component.


Patent
Cameron International Corporation | Date: 2017-05-24

Provided is a valve (12), including an in-line flow passage (44), a shutoff mechanism (16), and a multi-stage throttling section (26) disposed in the in-line flow passage (44). Further provided is an in-line valve (12), including a flow control component (26) and a sealing component (16), wherein the flow control component (26) and the sealing component (16) are separate from one another.


Patent
Cameron International Corporation | Date: 2017-02-03

There is provided a system and method for using a thermal insulating paint in a subsea environment. In accordance with one embodiment of the present technique, the thermal insulating paint may be applied to a casing for use in a subsea mineral extraction system. In another embodiment, a surface-rated thermal insulating paint may be applied to any component for use in a subsea mineral extraction system. The insulated component may be protected from the subsea environment to prevent damage to the surface-rated thermal insulating paint. For example, protecting the component may include burying it in cement or concrete, encasing it in another subsea structure or enclosure, or applying a protective sealant over the surface-rated thermal insulating paint.


Patent
Cameron International Corporation | Date: 2017-02-01

A fracturing system is provided. In one embodiment, the fracturing system includes a fracturing manifold for routing fracturing fluid to multiple wells. The fracturing manifold can be coupled via fluid conduits to fracturing trees installed at the wells. In some cases, each fracturing tree that is coupled to the fracturing manifold is coupled by at least one rigid fluid conduit. The fracturing manifold can include a trunk line that provides fracturing fluid to multiple outlet branches, which can include valves for controlling flow of fracturing fluid to wells downstream of the valves. Additional systems, devices, and methods are also disclosed.


Patent
Cameron International Corporation | Date: 2017-01-18

An apparatus, system, and method to manage data within a wireless network includes sending a token from a master device to a slave device, receiving an archive record only with the token at the master device from the slave device, and storing the archive record from the slave device within an archive record database at the master device.


Patent
Cameron International Corporation | Date: 2017-04-19

An apparatus for detecting potential kicks in a well is provided. In one embodiment, the apparatus includes a drill string (28) positioned in a well (14), a mud circulation system (22) coupled to supply drilling mud to the drill string, and a mud analyzer (26). The mud analyzer includes a sensor that is positioned along a drilling mud return path (32) closer to a wellhead assembly installed at the well than to a mud tank (36) of the mud circulation system, and the mud analyzer enables identification of a potential formation kick based on data acquired by the sensor. Additional systems, devices, and methods are also disclosed.


Patent
Cameron International Corporation | Date: 2017-01-18

An apparatus, system, and method to manage user interfaces within a network, such as a wireless network at least partially included within a hazardous area. The method includes creating an application user interface based upon data content included within a single application binary file, serving the application user interface, creating a device user interface based upon data content included within a single device binary file, and serving the device user interface, in which the data content of the single application binary file and the data content of the single device binary file are identical. Additionally or alternatively, the method includes sending the single device binary file to an application computer through a serial connection to create an application user interface, in which the device user interface and the application user interface are configured to be identical.

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