All submitted abstracts will be reviewed by a nominated Technical Program Committee of industry experts for content and possible inclusion within the Workshop program. Priority is given to papers being presented by operators, or papers that include operator experience. Practical content and field experience will be emphasized, since the aim of the event is to maintain a workshop environment.
NB! Abstract which paper to be presented remote, not onsite, will also be accepted
The following topics of interest are pinpointed by the technical committee:
- Field experience – problems and solutions, with established or new metering technologies
• Fiscal metering, allocation metering, multiphase, and wet gas measurement challenges
• Metering concepts, including marginal fields, late phase, and virtual metering
• Multiphase and single phase sampling and analysis
• Environmental measurements, CCS, alternative fuels, flare gas etc.
• Subsea measurement challenges
• Liquefied natural gas (LNG) metering
• On-line analysis, e.g., composition, H2S, H2O, dew point, and CO2
• Meter inline diagnostics, data evaluation and accuracy
• Quality control, calibration, verification, and uncertainty
• Research results, standards and regulations
• Heavy oil: single phase and multiphase metering
• Oil metering with high water content
Abstracts containing other relevant industry topics will also be taken into consideration.
The abstract selection process
All submitted abstracts will be reviewed by a nominated Technical Program Committee of industry experts for content and possible inclusion within the Workshop program. Priority is given to papers being presented by operators, or papers that include operator’s experiences.
Practical content and field experience will be high interest and emphasized, since the aim of the event is to maintain a workshop environment.
Submission of abstract
All authors who wish to present a paper or a poster at the Workshop must submit a full abstract.
Email your abstract submission to: email@example.com or use the CFA button online
An abstract should contain
• Maximum 500 words (excluding the title, author, contact, and format details)
• Provide a clear background and motivation for the work to be presented
• Provide a clear statement of the objective of the work
• Describe briefly and clearly the technical content of the paper
• Give a clear conclusion of the work
• Provide contact details for the author and co-authors: name, affiliation, email. • Indicate preferred format of delivery (oral presentation, or poster)
If your abstract it accepted for oral presentation, the presenting author must attend the Workshop to present and discuss the material. All material should be in English.
The speaker of each paper will be granted 50 % reduction of fee. (Accommodation is not included).
Two options of paper format
1. A fully written technical paper accompanied by a 20 minutes oral presentation and a 5 minutes chaired Q&A session. This is the most common way for material to be delivered.
- A poster presentation that is discussed by the principal author during the Workshop Poster Session, with an accompanying written full technical paper published in the Workshop proceedings.
Due to the high number of submitted abstract, some contributors may be invited to present their work in a different form than initially submitted.
Abstract submission: March 31st 2021
Notification of acceptance: Primo May 2021
Final program: Primo June 2021
Submission of technical paper: October 4th 2021
The Workshop proceedings, including all papers presented at the Workshop, will be available for sale via NEL after the Workshop (tuvnel.com).
One year after the Workshop all papers will be made available for free at www.nfogm.no and Petroleum abstracts (University of Tulsa, USA)
All abstracts and papers will be registered at the Petroleum Abstracts register, organized by the University of Tulsa.
Petroleum Abstracts is a worldwide known register for published papers on technology developments within oil and gas (www.pa.utulsa.edu).