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30 years of delivering measurement excellence

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This week, KELTON celebrates another milestone: its 30th Birthday!

Founded in 1991 by James Kellock and Gilbert Tonner as a specialist oil and gas measurement consultancy, KELTON has gone from strength-to-strength; overcoming all the challenges over the past three decades to be considered a global leader in its field.

Iain Pirie, Managing Director of KELTON comments, “I am delighted to be at the helm of the company during this landmark time for KELTON.  And it’s great to see that we continue to thrive in an ever-competitive market.”

KELTON has expanded its offering to include flow measurement software applications and has built long-standing relationships with some of the biggest names in the energy industry.

“A lot of our successes can be directly attributed to the team behind the company and the fantastic service they have given, and continue to give, to us and our customers” continues Pirie.  “Without them, KELTON wouldn’t be the success it is today.”     

As at the start of its life, KELTON’s 30th birthday represents an exciting time for the company. As well as expanding its consultancy offering to include a wider range of process areas, such as control systems, cyber security and design services, KELTON is now investing in the future of energy. 

“Building on our unrivalled quality and reputation for outstanding consultancy services, we are now looking to the future and taking an active role in the energy transition.”

Key focus areas include hydrogen and carbon dioxide measurement, as well as new software solutions to support enhanced system performance and efficiency. 

“I look forward to many more years at the forefront of this industry and supporting our customers throughout and beyond the energy transition” concludes Pirie. 

Contact info@kelton.co.uk to find out more about our hydrogen and carbon dioxide measurement support.

(Virtual celebratory get-together)

 

 

29 Jan, 2021
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