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The 39th North Sea Flow Measurement Workshop

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Tuesday 26 October 2021

10:30

Break / Refreshments in the exhibition area

11:00

Registration

Until 1300

12:00

Lunch

In the hotel restaurant

13:00

Welcome

Program chair George McInally, Vår Energy, Norway

13:10

KEY NOTE

How does Gassco, as operator of the Norwegian gas transport system, see the future gas infrastructure?

Britt Aarhus, Advisor Business Development, Gassco, Norway

Wet Gas

Chair: George McInally, Vår Energi / Therese Larsson Vedvik, Equinor

13:30

1 Recent operator initiatives to improve the performances of wet gas flow measurements

by considering the liquid atomization in venturi flowmeters

Marie Loustau, Jean-Paul Couput, Total, Virginel Bodoc, Onera, Pierre Gajan, Icloud, France

14:00

2 Venturi Meters, Wet Gas Flow, and the ISO TR 11583 XLM = f(PLR) Correlation

Dr. Richard Steven, Tek DPro Flow Solutions, USA

14:30

3 A new over-reading correlation of vertical venturi tubes in wet-gas flow

A new over-reading correlation of vertical venturi tubes in wet-gas flow

Cabriele Chinello, TUV NEL, Italy

15:00

Break / Refreshments in the exhibition area

Allocation & Uncertainty

Chair: George McInally, Vår Energi / Therese Larsson Vedvik, Equinor

15:30

4 Influence of fluid compositions and process parameters on allocation uncertainties

K. Folgerø, K. Haukalid, A. M. Skålvik, M. B. Holstad, all NORCE, B. Syre, DNO Norge AS, K. Å. Maudal , A. Johnsen and T. Helsør, Wintershall Dea Norge AS and E. Westgaard, Lundin Energy Norway AS

16:00

5 How to give specifications of a flow meter in a precise and useful way?

Kjell-Eivind Frøysa, Western Norway University of Applied Science and NORCE, Norway

16:30

6 Proving ultrasonic flowmeters with small volume provers?

Dick Laan, Pico Brand, Peter van Brakel, Krohne, The Netherlands

17:00

End of technical program Day one

17:30

Exhibition area is closing

19:30

Dinner in the hotel restaurant

Wednesday 27 October 2022

CO2 Measurement

Chair: Ole Øiestad, Intertek West Lab / Harald Drejer, Norske Shell

08:30

7 The challenges of designing a custody transfer metering system for CO2

Edward Jukes and Hilko den Hollander, Krohne, Sigurd W. Løvseth and Yessica Arellano, SINTEF Energy Research, Norway

09:00

8 Meeting the Challenges of CO2 Measurement with a new kind of Orifice Meter

Phil Stockton, Allan Wilson, Accord-ESL, UK, Richard Steven, DP Diagnostics, USA

09:30

9 Flow meter performance under CO2 gaseous conditions

Dennis van Putten, DNV, Robert Kruithof, Gasunie, The Netherlands

10:00

Break/Refreshments and the exhibition area

10:30

Manufacturers and Vendor Sessions

The exhibitors will be presenting their cutting-edge technology in dedicated rooms including Q&A sessions

3 idendical presentations in 15 minutes timeslots

12:30

Lunch

H2 and Renewable gases

Chair: Ole Øiestad, Intertek West Lab / Harald Drejer, Norske Shell

13:30

10 Accuracy Testing of Domestic Gas Flow Meters Operated with 20% Hydrogen Blends

Marc MacDonald, TÜV SÜD National Engineering Laboratory Dale Anderson, TÜV SÜD National Engineering Laboratory Thomas Isaac, Progressive Energy Ltd Sikander Mahmood, Cadent Gas Ltd

14:00

11 Gas flow traceability for non-conventional and renewable gases

Jos van der Grinten, Bodo Mickan, PTB, Germany, Henk Riezebos and Dennis van Putten, DNV, The Netherlands

14:30

12 JIP results of metrologic behaviour of US meters and TM meters at renewable gases

with hydrogen and CO2 mixes

Henk Riezebos, DNV, The Netherlands

15:00

Break / Refreshments in the exhibition area

Poster Session

Plenary presentation of posters followed by Q&A

5 minutes presentation and 5 minutes for Q&A

Chair: Børge Olafsen, Aker BP / Henrik Fosså, Neptune Energi

15:40

1 Using an Adjustable DP Cone Meter to Measure Wet Gas

Gavin Munro, GM Flow. Sakethraman Mahalingam, Aramco, UK

15:50

2 MPFM Bayesian model for uncertainty-aware predictions

Enrico Feltresi. Pietro Fiorentini S.p.A., Italy, Luca Frau, Tommaso Barbariol and Gian Antonio Susto, University of Padova, Italy

16:00

3 Differences in uncertainty calculation of gas parameters: Comparison of different

standards and analysis of the effects of normalization and covariance

Otilia Dinu, Nadezhda Pashnina and Jason Laidlaw, Emerson, Romania Phil Stockton, Accord ESL, UK

16:10

4 GCAS – Helping to Provide Technically Defensible Analyser Data

Anwar Sutan, i-Vigilant, UK; Steve Smith, BP, UK

16:20

Coffee Break

16:45

5 Development of an LNG quality release system based on on-line instrumentation

and automated data as alternative to off-line manual sample processing for a real time product release

John de Viet, Hilko den Hollander, Krohne, The Netherlands

16:55

6 A new approach to measure two-phase flow by means of differential pressure

pressure measurement with a V-Cone

Carsten Hersberger, Christoph Gossweiler University of Applied Sciences of Northwestern Switzerland, Rainer Höcker, Endress+Hauser Flow

17:05

7 An Enhanced Quadrature Design for Chordal Ultrasonic Flowmeters

Patrick Arnould, Dr. Ghazi Droubi, Dr. Sheikh Islam, Robert Gordon University, UK

17:15

8 Addressing CCS Flow Assurance and Measurement Challenges: Determination of Water Content in Gase

Determination of Water Content in Gaseous Streams

Edris Joonaki and Marc MacDonald, TÜV SÜD UK National Engineering Laboratory, UK

17:25

End of day two

18:00

Exhibition area closing

19:30

Dinner in the hotel restaurant

Thursday 28 October 2021

Multiphase Flow Measurement

Chair: Astrid Marie Skålvik, NORCE / George McInally, Vår Energi

09:00

13 Using subsea multiphase flow metering data for remote characterization

of fracking fluid-containing liquid phase

Mahdi Darab, Ola-Marius Langelo Røyset, OneSubsea, a Schlumberger company

09:30

14 Data-driven modelling for condition-based monitoring and flow regime

Prediction in Flow Systems

Behzad Nobakht, Gordon Lindsey, Yanfeng Liang and Sandy Black, TUV NEL, UK

10:00

15 Setting up a fit for purpose well testing environment in PETRONAS

Wan Adrie Wan Ahmad, PETRONAS, Malaysia

10:30

Break / Refreshments in the exhibition area

11:00

16 How to Reduce OPEX (i.e. Calibration/Maintenance Frequency) through

generic in-situ flow validation for any wet gas and multiphase flowmeter

Dr Bruno PINGUET, TÜV SÜD, Malaysia

11:30

17 Multiphase Metering Using a Dual Frequency Coriolis Mass Flow Meter

Saketh Mahalingam, Aramco Overseas Company, Hao Zhu, Endress+Hause Flow, Germany, Liyun Lao, Cranfield University, UK

12:00

18 Non-Radioactive Multiphase Flowmeter for Quantifying Solid Particles Entrained in Fluid Flow

Cornelius Emeka Agu, Evgeniy Tantserev, Arne Tobias Elve, Audun Aspelund, Norway

12:30

Lunch

Oil and Gas Measurement

Chair: Astrid Marie Skålvik, NORCE / George McInally, Vår Energi

13:30

19 USM Condition Based Monitoring - A Guide to Best Practice

Patrick Arnould, Oil & Gas Authority, James Trail, Spirit Energy

14:00

20 Gas Coriolis performance on Renewables gases, based on several testing and analysis

performed on hydrogen, CO2 and hydrogen blended with natural gas

Aart Pruysen, Emerson, The Netherlands and Thomas Sautier, Emerson, France

14:30

Break/Refreshments and the exhibition area

15:00

21 Towards the unmanned platform - Quality measurement

Mark Jiskoot, Flux Analytic, Norway and Keith Lawson, Phillips 66, USA

15:30

22 Comparison of a Liquid clamp-on flowmeter vs turbine meter

for separator oil measurement

Børge Olafsen, Aker BP and Kjell Rune Toftevåg, Xsens, Norway

16:00

23 Alternate Impacts of metering technology, BS&W and temperature

on the metrological performance of oil fiscal flow meter

Augusto Proenca da Silva and José Alberto Pinheiro, Petrobras, Brazil

16:30

Closing remarks

Chairman for NSFMW 2022, UK

19:30

Aperitif

20:00

Conference Banquet

In the hotel, Oseberg Room

Friday 29 October 2021

08:00

Coach Departure for Torp Airport