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Increasing High-Pressure Flow Measurement Calibration Capacity

Posted in Flow on Friday, July 24th, 2015. No comments yet
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This May, the world’s largest closed loop for high-pressure calibration of gas meters opened at Force Technology in Vejen, Denmark. The facility’s purpose is to calibrate all types of gas meters that measure or settle gas types (natural gas), including: Turbine meters Swirl meters Ultrasound meters V-cone and M-cone meters Vortex meters Coriolis meters Thermal […]

LACT Units versus Tank Gauging for Custody Transfer at Well Pads

Posted in Flow, Oil & Gas on Monday, November 3rd, 2014. 7 comments so far
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Author: Rossella Mimmi The economic impact of custody transfer in the oil and gas industry is huge. Transferred fluids are expensive, so producers, carriers and end users want to make sure that quantity and quality are measured very precisely. Also, as taxes and royalties are calculated on these values, measurement accuracy and reproducibility are important. […]

Flow Measurement Sustainability

Posted in Flow, Oil & Gas on Tuesday, October 28th, 2014. One comment so far
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Flow measurement systems require ongoing attention, especially in critical applications such as fiscal measurement and custody transfer. In a Scandinavian Oil-Gas magazine article, Sustaining Quality Flow Measurement in Critical Applications, Emerson’s Jason Laidlaw explains the need for good measurement repeatability and low uncertainty for oil & gas producers to meet their engineering assessment, review, and […]

Reliable Fiscal Metering at Highly Complex Reliance Refinery

Posted in Flow, Refining on Tuesday, August 5th, 2014. 3 comments so far
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Author: Khadra Helminski Emerson’s Trilochan Gupta shared a case study with the readers of Hydrocarbon Processing magazine. The article, Major refinery uses reliable fiscal metering system, describes how Reliance refinery, the world’s largest refinery located in Jamnagar, India, employed 76 large engineered Daniel flow metering systems from Emerson to monitor oil and gas valued at […]

LNG Custody Transfer Reduced Measurement Uncertainty

Posted in Flow, Oil & Gas on Tuesday, August 5th, 2014. No comments yet
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Liquefied natural gas (LNG) custody transfer has traditionally involved fiscal risk given the uncertainties in traditional tank measurement technologies. Quantities are invoiced in units of transferred LNG energy based on a calculation of volume, density, and gross caloric value, which in turn are a combination of direct and derived measurements. The end result is measurement […]