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Grande Prairie - Canadian School of Hydrocarbon Measurement Publications (2017)

Fundamental of Meter Proving for Liquid Hydrocarbons
Author(s): Greg Williams
Abstract/Introduction:
This document will provide the reader an understanding of what a prover is, the need for proving meters for accurate measurement uncertainty verification, the equipment deemed acceptable and available for use in the oil and liquefied gas market. It will also define the general terminology used in the industry, general operational aspects for verification devices, and general information utilized by the groups and agencies that govern the meter verification process.
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Document ID: 697FEC0D

Impacts of Upcoming AER Methane REduction REgulations
Author(s): Jonathon Wasylik
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In 2016 Federal and Provincial Governments ) announced 4 a 40 -45% Methane emissions reduction for the Upstream Oil & Gas Sector by 2025for the Upstream Oil & Gas Sector by 2025 for the - ECCC a 2012 NPRI baseline baseline - GOA using a 2014 AER baseline
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Document ID: 8A2730AB

Using the Right Meter for the Job
Author(s): Maureen Evers
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VolumeVolume Volume ? Heavy Oil, Cold & Thermal oil and water Pro Fac 0.85Fac 0.85 -1.15 1.15 ? SE Alberta / SW Saskatchewan, Gas Pro Fac 0.80-1.20 Custom treating, Oil Pro Fac 0.95 Water 1.05, Pro Fac 0.90
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Document ID: A8ABEDC3

Real-Time Analysis of Hydrocarbon Composition and Properties in Upstream, Midstream, and Downstream Applications
Author(s): Phil Harris
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The determination of hydrocarbon composition and physical properties is a critical step in allocation of assets, process control, and transportation and facility optimization. However, the instrumentation to perform such analysis is often complex to install, maintain, and operate. Recent advances in Near Infrared (NIR) Spectroscopy has enabled equipment which is ruggedized for field use, can operate at line conditions, and perform similar analysis as conventional equipment with better reliability and speed.
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Document ID: B2CEAC3C

Data Validation
Author(s): NA
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Quantum EFM provides for the automatic validation, correction and provides for the provides for the automatic validation, correction and provides for the automatic validation, management of electronic flow measurement data
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Document ID: 7674D060

Ultrasonic Ultrasonic Flow Measurement for Flare, Vent and Flare, Vent and Flare, Vent and Flare, Vent and Other Low Pressure Low Pressure Applications
Author(s): NA
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Theory behind ultrasonic flow measurement Overview of ultrasonic flow meter components flow meter components Advantages of ultrasonic meters Advantages of multi path ultrasonic meters Application overview Application
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Document ID: 533F574B

Sky Eye Measurement - Upstream Blending
Author(s): John Forchuk
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UpStream Oil to Oil and C4 - C5+ Blending Increased inquiries for blending systems and schemes ApplicaBons: ConvenBonal crude oil baEeries with sales oil pipeline connecBons Tank to tank crude oil blending to manage sulphur content Tank to tank blending to opBmize crude and condensate densiBes Tank and inline C4 and C5+ blending for crude oil opBmizaBon
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Document ID: 237D284B

Factors affecting Accuracy and Precision in H2S Measurements.
Author(s): Tim Giesbrecht
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Why should we care? ? Impact on Natural Gas Composition: ? In todays Petroleum market, its becoming more and more important to ensure that your product is being sold for every cent that its worth. ? A small difference in the price obtained for cubic meter of gas or oil can escalate into millions of dollars over the course of the year. ? The value of natural gas is generally described as per below: Revenue () Heating Value (GJ/m3) x Volume (m3) x Market Value (/GJ) ? The volume of gas recorded at the meter and the heating value of the gas within the product stream are influenced by your lab results. ?Dry Gas Density and Heating Value both come from the Gas Composition.
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Document ID: E63D4402

Real Life Case Studies - Gas & Liquid Metering
Author(s): Wayne Dunnington
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Liquid Meters Liquid Meters Liquid Meters Upstream / Downstream Lengths Upstream / Downstream Lengths Meter Bore, Nominal Diameter, Manufacture, API , Strainer / Filter Dump Valve Proving Taps U/S or D/of meter U/S -U/S or D/LCV Sampling Sampling U/S or D/of meter P&T Compensation
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Document ID: F817B014

Defining Insanity
Author(s): Wayne Dunnington
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Plan to develop a strategy to address the problem and Implement controls so the error does not happen agaIN
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