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...
LACT Units versus Tank Gauging for Custody Transfer at Well Pads
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...
LNG Custody Transfer Reduced Measurement Uncertainty
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...
Reliable Fiscal Metering at Highly Complex Reliance Refinery
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...
Assuring Accuracy in Fiscal Measurement and Custody Transfer
As hydrocarbons and other fluid-based products change ownership through the value chain, accurate measurement and accounting is critical. We have discussed this custody transfer process in several posts. In an Oilfield Technology article, Fiscal Assurance, Emerson's...
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