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Grande Prairie - Canadian School of Hydrocarbon Measurement Publications (2018)

Improving Measurement Integrity with Reliable Off-Grid Power
Author(s): Chelsea OConnor
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Document ID: 6710071D

Natural Gas Measurement - Proper Selection for Applications and Regulations
Author(s): Colin Duke
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Document ID: 6FD92A4F

The Challenge & Solution - Inventory Management of NGLs in 1.3m x 500m Horizontal Vessels
Author(s): Gord Bill, Jason Riegert
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Document ID: B7F8B319

Understanding Measurement Accuracy
Author(s): Jonathon Wasylik
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Document ID: 12CBA3A6

Impacts of Upcoming AER Methane Reduction Regulations - An Advanced Preparedness Discussion for the Upstream Oil and Gas Industry
Author(s): Jonathon Wasylik
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Measurement and Mobility
Author(s): Glenn Kelley
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Measurement and Mobility (paper)
Author(s): Glenn Kelley
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For over 20 years now oil companys have been putting mobile devices in the hands of field operators and technicians to make data capture more efficient. Mobile projects, by this definition, are the implementation of computer systems for field personal to capture data on mobile devices that do NOT need an internet or network connection. Some 40%-60% of these projects are outright failures, and many more never achieve the desired benefits. In this paper the reasons for failure are examined and a review provided of the steps to be taken to make such endeavors successful.
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Measurement Errors Found and Fixed
Author(s): Jerry Greiner
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Process Analysis for Optimizing Natural Gas Liquid Production
Author(s): Phil Harris
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Fuel, Flare and Vent (FFV) Gas Using Ultrasonic Flow Meters
Author(s): Ryan Kurek
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ERRORS IN SAMPLE COLLECTION - WHAT DO THEY COST AND HOW TO PREVENT THEM?
Author(s): SENIA MCPHERSON
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Error prevention is essential in providing accurate analytical data for application in the measurement industry. For the laboratory, adhering to quality programs and adopting quality systems are fundamental. When inaccuracies are discovered during quality review, the determination of root cause and implementation of corrective actions are necessary to eliminate errors. However, root cause findings may reveal problems with sample collection that extend beyond the laboratorys control and prevention of these errors must be emphasized.
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Document ID: 2375E9BA

Effluent Well Testing Scenarios
Author(s): Wayne Dunnington
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