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At RJV Gas Field Services, we work hard to provide you the best oil + gas industry experience possible, providing high quality products, tools and resources to help you on your way.

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Our Office

6205 – 60th Street
Vegreville, Alberta
T9C 1S3


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M-F: 8am – 4:30pm


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Consult with our Oil + Gas Personnel today!

We can help you achieve better process efficiencies and make your oil + gas integration projects more profitable. To learn more, please speak with the following professionals.

Kyle Ockey

General Manager

780.632.7774 ext. 208

Josh Hamaliuk

Project Manager

780.632.7774 ext. 222

Curtis Prymak

Project Manager

780.632.7774 ext. 210

Derek Gardner

Business Development


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

How does a separator in oil and gas work?

Separators work on the principle that the three components have different densities, which allows them to stratify when moving slowly with gas on top, water on the bottom and oil in the middle. Any solids such as sand will also settle in the bottom of the separator.

What is the difference between a two-phase separator and a three-phase separator?

Two-phase separators are used to separate well fluids into the liquid and gaseous fractions. A three-phase separator, on the other hand, separates well fluids into the water, oil, and gaseous components.

What is metering in oil and gas?

Oil and gas metering or measurement is the phase along the hydrocarbon supply value chain where exploration and production (E&P) efforts turn into profits for operators, investors, and other relevant stakeholders. Hydrocarbon metering is carried out using specialized and high-precision equipment to ensure accuracy.

What is a SCADA system and how does it work?

Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) is a system that aims to monitor and control field devices at your remote sites. … SCADA is a centralized system that monitors and controls the entire area. This supervisory system gathers data on the process and sends the commands control to the process.

What does RTU stand for in electrical?

Remote terminal units (RTU) are primarily designed and optimized for data acquisition from the process and transmission to the remote control center and receipt of command from remote control center and transfer to process.