The technical committee for the 2018 Flow Measurement Workshop has selected the programme for this year’s event. The committee met in early May to select the best papers and posters for the world-class event, which is taking place in Aberdeen between the 22nd and 24th of October 2018.
“We were pleased to see that the number of high quality abstracts was up on previous years,” says Craig Marshall, Chairman of the Workshop Technical Committee. “It was difficult to make the final selections. As soon as we have notified the authors about the decisions, we will be able to publish the full workshop programme.”
To keep everyone up to date with developments, a LinkedIn group has been set up for the Workshop. Anyone interested in attending the event is asked to join the group. They will receive updates about the workshop, including details of early-bird booking rates and special one-day attendance passes. In coming weeks, the LinkedIn site will feature videos from workshop committee members and previous speakers and attendees.
To develop the Workshop Programme, the Technical Committee read, reviewed, scored and debated the submissions they’d received, making the difficult choice about which ones to select and which to reject. Some were deemed suitable for full technical presentations in the main workshop hall, others were thought more suitable for poster presentations in a less formal setting.
Topics on the workshop programme include: Optimising production from existing and near-field resources; developing frontier and deepwater areas; unlocking low-recovery reservoirs; achieving small-field optimization; deploying cost effective technology. There will also be a session on the Future of Flow Measurement, which will showcase current university research in flow measurement being carried out by the next generation of flow measurement experts.
The delegate booking site for the Workshop will open soon and exhibition space is already nearing sell-out, however you can register an interest by email or phone (+44 (0)1224 900035).
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08 May 2018