0830 – 0845 REGISTRATION AND COFFEE
Module 1: Terminology and Characterisation • Covers the basics of multiphase and wet-gas ﬂ ow regimes, how ﬂ ows behave, how to describe them and the general equations used
Module 2: Wet-Gas Flow Measurement • The eff ect of wet-gas ﬂ ows when using diff erential pressure meters and the appropriate corrections needed
1005 – 1025 COFFEE
Module 3: Multiphase Metering Technology • Understanding the technology used within multiphase meters to aid meter selection
1225 – 1310 LUNCH
Module 4: Commercial Meters • Overview of common meters available and how they work
Module 5: Validation of Meters • Assessment of metering technology, factory acceptance testing and the diff erent approaches to analysing data from meters
1430 – 1450 COFFEE
Module 6: Meter Selection • Factors to consider when selecting a meter for a variety of applications and locations to ensure it is ﬁ t for purpose
Module 7: Flow Assurance Issues • Main issues and how meters can be aff ected
Final Group Discussion and Questions
1630 SUMMARY AND CLOSE
The demand to measure multiphase and wet-gas ﬂows is increasing in the oil and gas industry worldwide. Multiphase meters can off er a range of cost eff ective options from periodic monitoring of well production to their use in shared pipeline allocation systems including ﬁ scal allocation. Each application will have speciﬁc measurement criteria, budget and uncertainty targets. The cost of meters and their complex integration of measurement technologies can add pressure to the selection of suitable meters especially for more challenging conditions, e.g. subsea installations.
To meet the increasing demand for wet-gas and multiphase ﬂow measurement, there is a growing requirement for engineers to understand the complexities of multiphase and wet-gas flows, effective metering techniques, selection and testing of meters and ﬂow assurance strategies. This interactive training course aims to provide an extensive overview of multiphase and wet-gas ﬂow metering to meet these requirements and encourage discussion on issues encountered and future challenges. Key areas will be covered ensuring attendees are well equipped and knowledgeable to deal eff ectively with measuring these ﬂows.
The course is delivered regularly at various international locations, but is also available as an in-company (private) course. It includes comprehensive course notes which will form useful reference material in the future.
Enquiries about course dates and delegate fees can be made by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephoning the Events Team on +44 (0) 1355 593704.
NEL is a leading provider of measurement services to the world’s Oil and Gas Industry, and is the custodian of the UK’s National Standard for Flow Measurement. We provide services in;
• Measurement consultancy
• Meter development and calibration
• Flow metrology research and development
• Multiphase and wet gas testing
• CFD modelling
• Training and knowledge transfer
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