Anna Pieper is welcomed to the project and hosts an online meeting with the partners on 13th September.Global multiphase expert, Anna Pieper is joined NEL in September to enhance the delivery of the lab’s multiphase research, testing and consultancy services.
Anna started her career at Schlumberger in 2008 as a field engineer based in Louisiana, USA.Anna graduated with a degree in Mechanical Engineering from University of Minnesota and her career has included roles as a field engineer, location manager and technical support engineer, principally in relation to multiphase technologies.
She has worked in many different locations, including the Gulf of Mexico, Tunisia, Equatorial Guinea, Ecuador and Canada. Her main areas of expertise include well testing services, multiphase flow metering, data acquisition and surface well testing.
Multiphase Flow Visualisation Workshop
Project partners ITOMS, Cranfield University, Coventry University, PTB and Roxar attended the workshop on multiphase flow visualisation delivered by the University of Leeds. The one-day workshop on multiphase flow visualisation platform was held at University of Leeds on 5th June 2018. It focused on the software platform which will be deployed within the project and on particular aspects of the data fusion and visualisation platform for gas-oil-water horizontal flow and the bubble mapping platform for 3D visualisation of gas-liquid flow.
Progress Review Meeting
CMI welcome the project partners to their offices in Prague for a progress review meeting on the 7th March 2018.
Project Advisory Board Welcomed on Board
The consortium welcome on board representatives from Apache, Nexen Petroluem, Oil and Gas Authority, Norwegian Petroleum Directorate and ISO TC/28, forming the project Advisory Board. The Advisory Board will help the partners to steer the project in the most industrially-relevant direction by providing their views as operators, regulators and standards organisations as the project progresses over its three-year duration.
First online progress review meeting held
First online meeting held on 20th September 2017 with the Joint Research Project partners. Planning and preparation for the intercomparison test programme is well underway as the design and specification of the multiphase intercomparison transfer packages take shape.