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PetroSense (FCI Environmental, Inc.), the leader in Total Petroleum Hydrocarbon (TPH) monitoring systems has been selected by the Superintendence of the Environment (SMA) of Chile. The SMA is the equivalent of the Environmental Protection Agency in the US. The mission of the SMA is to lead strategically and promote compliance with environmental management tools within their competence through the audit, compliance assistance dissuasive sanctions, and delivering environmental information to the community.

The SMA was looking to have a preventive program in order to actively promote the fulfillment of the environmental regulations regarding hydrocarbons.

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PetroSense (FCI Environmental, Inc.), the leader in Total Petroleum Hydrocarbon (TPH) monitoring systems and the creator of the revolutionary Fiber Optic Chemical Sensor® (FOCS®), announced today the integration of the PetroSense Digital Hydrocarbon Probe (DHP) with commercial dataloggers that support Serial Data Interface at 1200 Baud (SDI-12). With this new integration capability, it just became a lot easier for managers to deal with an event before it becomes a problem.

The SDI-12 compatibility of the DHP gives increased flexibility to those who seek to engineer new or expand existing data acquisition systems to include hydrocarbon detection capabilities.


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FCI Environmental, Inc. the manufacturer of the innovative PetroSense line, announced today the release of its new gas station monitoring system; the PetroSense Station Master. Designed to provide remote continuous monitoring of total petroleum hydrocarbons (TPH) from underground storage tank leakage and wash down run off; the Station Master uses the best of breed PetroSense DHP sensors and CMS loggers and communications hubs that enables operations and management personnel to keep ahead of any environmental issues or incidents on a real time (in situ) basis.

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On November 14-15, 2012, more than 500 unconventional oil & gas professionals from across the United States will converge in New Orleans, LA at the Shale EnviroSafe Conference and Exhibiton.

PetroSense/FCI Environmental invites you to visit us at booth 1919 and more than 75 of the industry's leading suppliers on the Shale EnviroSafe exhibit floor. View the latest technologies. See cutting-edge solutions. Experience live product demos.

With your complimentary visitor pass you can also attend the Regulatory and Keynote Sessions held during the Shale EnviroSafe conference. Get an update on forthcoming regulations and how the Presidential election will impact the industry. BONUS: Your visitor pass also gives you access to 3 co-located events on the exhibit floor – ChemInnovations, CLEAN GULF, and INDUSTRIAL FIRE, SAFETY & SECURITY.

Explore the latest technologies and products from 75+ exhibits all in one place at one time

»» Hear the latest industry trends and updates at the Keynote Session & Regulatory Updates Sessions
»» Network with experts in unconventional oil & gas drilling at the opening night reception
»» Bonus! Access three other industry leading show floors

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FCI Environmental, Inc., the manufacturer of the PetroSense® line of revolutionary optical hydrocarbon sensors, announced the introduction of their real time TPH (and BTEX in particular) monitors.

The PetroSentry System offers both a portable spot-check and a continuous monitoring solutions for detecting and monitoring the presence of BTEX in water.

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PetroSense announced the release of the PetroSentry and the PetroCheck PHA Plus as additions to its premium line of products for the detection of hydrocarbon events in process and produced water.

Based on PetroSense's unique Fiber Optic Chemical Sensor (FOCS) technology, these two products offer a complete first-line-of-defense for the facility manager who needs to monitor hydrocarbon intrusions in process water flows or produced water.

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