Marc Buttler

Application Innovation Director for Measurement Solutions

Marc is an Application Innovation Director in the Measurement Solutions business unit specializing in Coriolis flow and density measurement for upstream, midstream & downstream oil & gas industries. He has a BS & MS in mechanical engineering from the University of Colorado.

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How Coriolis Meter Drive Gain Indication Works

How Coriolis Meter Drive Gain Indication Works

The Drive Gain diagnostic value that a Micro Motion Coriolis meter from Emerson reports is a very good indicator of when there is gas vapor in the oil leg. That is why is it important to monitor, because it can tell you very definitively if the oil leg on your separator is experiencing gas carry-under.

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Q&A: The Natural Gas Coriolis Measurement Revolution Webinar

Q&A: The Natural Gas Coriolis Measurement Revolution Webinar

Want more information about a webinar you watched? No worries – we are here to answer your questions and provide you with more details. During “The Natural Gas Coriolis Measurement Revolution” webinar that was conducted on July 24th we came across a great question...

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Coriolis Meters and Cryogenic Testing Experience

Coriolis Meters and Cryogenic Testing Experience

Micro Motion Coriolis flow meters have been used in many applications from transmission and distribution to dispensing of high pressure natural gas across all industries and around the world. One lesser known application for the meters includes Liquefied Natural Gas...

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The Natural Gas Coriolis Measurement Revolution

The Natural Gas Coriolis Measurement Revolution

Accurate measurement is highly important to the confidence of parties who trade in natural gas. Coriolis flow meters have revolutionized metering practices, turning up to increase accuracy and improve practices across the trade. The unique technology of Coriolis...

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Economics Driving Ethane Rejection Rate

Economics Driving Ethane Rejection Rate

The question among gas processors and petrochemical buyers recently has been:  What will the price of ethane be today?  Is it better to reject ethane by leaving it in the residue gas sold into the pipeline, or is it more profitable to recover it and sell it as a...

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