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Title: Sampling For Pipeline Liquids Problems
Author: Dean P. Johnson
Source: American Gas Association 1983
Year Published: 1983
Abstract: Panhandle Eastern has been getting good results from its improved methods of handling hydrocarbon liquid problems. We have found that one half of our calculated results fall within a range of +5% to +20%. In other words, our improved technique tends to o er predict results. If the actual value is 1000 Ulons a day of liquids, this procedure might pically predict a value of 1125 gallons a day. Our improved technique depends on the accuracy of all 3 phases leading to the calculation of quantity of hydrocarbon liquids condensed. These 3 phases are: 1. Sampling 2. Chemical analysis 3. Computer prediction Each phase must be executed properly to achieve good results.