Last month, 10 delegates from Scottish Enterprise visited NEL at East Kilbride for a Lunch and Learn session. The visit provided an opportunity for the agency to learn how the company helps industry and has laid the foundations for future collaboration.
“We were very pleased to welcome the team from SE, which included leading business and account managers,” says Global Business Development Manager, Thomas McCudden. “They were all very impressed by the work we are doing and want to help spread the news of the services we offer to the rest of the Scottish business community.”
As part of the Lunch and Learn session, leading multiphase expert, Anna Pieper, gave an overview of the new Advanced Multiphase Facility (AMF) that is being constructed. She highlighted the unique capabilities of the AMF and the potential it has to revolutionise the testing and development of flow metrology technology at elevated temperatures and pressures, such as those found in the field.
Business Manager, Muir Porter, gave a presentation on the construction of the AMF, including the installation of key equipment such as the £1.45-million, 320-tonne pressure vessel, which will allow the separation of multiphase streams at high operating pressures and flowrates.
Scottish Enterprise is Scotland's main economic development agency and a non-departmental public body of the Scottish Government. It works with partners in the public and private sectors to identify and exploit the best opportunities.
Lunch and Learns are funded by the UK’s National Measurement System (NMS). They are designed to drive the dissemination of flow metrology information. For each session, NEL experts deliver presentations on flow measurement issues that are of interest to a company or organisation’s workforce. They provide information and advice tailored to each organisation’s requirements.
For more details, contact Thomas McCudden.
13 December 2018