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41st Global Flow Measurement Workshop

Oct. 24–27Quality Hotel Tønsberg, TØNSBERG

The world most prominent conference addressing flow measurement within oil and gas and renewable energy sources.

The Chairman Welcome

With history as the North Sea Flow Measurement Workshop, it has now become The Global Flow Measurement Workshop and is the world premium event on flow measurement of oil and gas and new energy sources for the future The conference is famous for the high quality presentations, exhibitions, great networking opportunities for informal meetings, discussions and small talks with regulators, colleagues, clients, suppliers and researchers across the industry. The workshop is an annual event that alternates between Norway and the UK.

Kjell-Eivind Frøysa
Professor in Measurement Technology and Instrumentation Western Norway University of Applied Sciences and a Scientific Advisor at NORCE

Importance of Flow Measurement

We are now in a time with a combination of energy shortage in Europe and climate change. This make the fluid flow of oil, natural gas, carbon dioxide, hydrogen and other fuels even more important than before.

The industrial focus on flow measurements and metering systems for single phase oil and gas, wet gas, multiphase, including also sampling and analysis is strong. This applies for both traditional and new applications. This includes initiatives towards higher accuracy, more environmental focus, unmanned operations and online diagnostics and performance monitoring.

We are happy to invite operators, engineering contractors, service companies, vendors, regulators and research organizations to submit technical abstracts on topics related to novel technology field experiences, product development and system improvements within offshore and onshore flow measurement of oil and gas.

We, hereby encourage everyone to discuss with colleagues what will be of valuable information to share with the Flow Measurement Community which will contribute bringing the industry forward.

Submit your abstract here!

Abstract submission deadline is extended to March, 24th