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Oil and Gas Measurements and Control (June 7-10, 2022)

  • ID: 5585098
  • Training
  • June 2022
  • Region: Global
  • 4 Days
  • Neoedge
  • Training Dates: June 7-10, 2022
Introduction

This course is designed to train and upgrade the knowledge of the participants on the most recent technology of oil and gas measurement, that can enable them to perform appropriate selection of the flow meters, maintain the meters performance through verification and recalibration, and carry out the necessary calculations of meters certainty thus ensure a high quality of measurements that leads to most effective production measurements, highest revenue, and best process and equipment control.


Learning Objectives


Learn about the types of the oil and gas measurements, to determine the characteristics and requirements and the level of accuracy for each of these types of measurements

Grasp flow measurement of different types of hydrocarbons, oil and gas, to apply the different correction factors on the meter indicated volume to calculate and report the actual standard volumes

Understand the parameters that characterize the performance of the flow meters like accuracy, repeatability, rangeability, and linearity, using statistical methods to calculate the precision and the total meter accuracy, to enable operating the meter within its limitation and assure the highest measurement quality

Be updated with latest technology pertaining different types of oil and gas flow meters, including the design, the principle of operation, the performance characteristics, the installation requirements and the failure and troubleshooting, to be equipped with the knowledge and skills for appropriate selection, operation and maintenance of the flow meters

Appreciate different meters’ provers and standards, to decide and operate the appropriate prover and standard for verification and calibration of flow meters

Learn how to perform the proving and calibration processes, practice the calibration data processing, correct for systematic error, calculate the random error, and establish the total calibration curve, to deduce the MF, rangeability and nonlinearity out of the calibration curve

Master the characteristics of different meters and flow measurements, and the potential performance deterioration of meters to decide on the frequency and schedule of meters proofing and recalibration


Course Methodology


Besides learning from presentation and interaction with the expert trainer, you will have the opportunity to work on Case Study: The impact of the meter’s accuracy on the revenue values; and the following Exercises:
  • Calculation of the allocation measurement and the mass balance
  • Calculation of the gas mixture properties and the compressibility factor
  • Calculation of the discharge coefficient and mass flow rate for standard orifice meter using practical equation
  • Establishing the meter calibration curve, meter factor, rangeability, and meter total accuracy
  • Selection of the appropriate flow meter (meter’s specifications)

Pre-Course Questionnaire


The class size will be kept small to ensure interaction and learning results. A precourse questionnaire will be sent to you through which you can raise your specific areas of interest. The Expert Trainer will review in advance and analyse them during the course, seeking to satisfy your learning needs.


Tests & E-Certificate


A pre-test, as well as a post-test, will be carried out, and all participants are encouraged to take. E-Certificate will be awarded to all participants, provided attending all sessions and fulfilling the course duties.

This Certificate of Attendance, bearing the signatures from the Expert Trainer and the Organizer, will testify to your endeavour and serve towards your professional advancement.
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Workshop Outline Day 1 - 4 


This intensive interactive workshop delivers four 3.5-hour sessions of training, phased over four days 


SESSION 1 


Technology of Oil and Gas Measurements  


Types of Measurements 

  • Custody & fiscal measurements
  • Allocation measurements
  • Well test and production measurements

Oil Flow Measurements

  • Correction factors and standard volume

Gas Flow Measurement

  • Calculation of gas mixture properties 

Calculation of compressibility factor

  • Calculation of gas mixture density
  • Correction for sour gases 

SESSION 2 - Flow Meters: Design, Selection and Operation 


DP Orifice Meters

  • Practical orifice meter flow equation
  • Standard orifice discharge coefficient equation
  • Orifice meters special applications
  • Causes of performance deterioration

DP V-cone meters design and features


DP Venturi and nozzle meters application and merits 


Turbine Meters

  • Oil and gas meters’ design
  • Universal viscosity curve

Magneto Meters

  • Noise effect cancelation 
  • Electrode coating cleaning

Vortex Shedding Meters

  • Bluff body geometry and linearity of Strouhal number 
  • Vortex shedding measurement sensors

Ultrasonic Meters

  • Transient time meters 
    • Time measurement standards
    • Multi-beam meters
  • Doppler shift meters 
    • Particle size
    • Source of errors
  • Clamp-on meters 
    • Source of errors
    • Installation  

Positive Displacement Meters


Meters application range

  • Liquid PD meters
  • Gas PD meters

Coriolis Meters

  • Conventional U-loop design
  • Straight Coriolis Meters
  • Potentials of Coriolis meters

Flow meters’ Selection 


SESSION 3 - Proving and Calibration 


Flowmeters Performance Characteristics

  • Rangeability, repeatability & linearity
  • Calculation of precision error
  • Bias (systematic error) correction
  • Calculation of total calibration curve
  • Meter factor and meter K-factor
  • System accuracy and sensitivity coefficient

Proving and Calibration

  • Calibration requirements
  • Causes of meter drift 
  • Meter proving / control chart
  • As found-, as left tolerance and AF multiplier

Methods of Proving and Calibration

  • Standards, provers and master meters
  • Accuracy of the standards 

Proving and Calibration Systems

  • Gas provers
  • Liquid provers
  • Critical flow nozzle provers
  • Prover’s base volume and correction procedure
  • Traceability 
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  • Taha Aldoss Taha Aldoss,
    Senior Associate Consultant


    Taha Aldoss is a Senior Associate Consultant with a number of Training and Consultation companies, specializing in Turbo Machines, Heat Exchangers, Boilers, Pyrolysis Furnaces, Piping Systems and Valves, Maintenance Technology, Measurements and Control Systems. His training and consulting career spans over 30 years delivering advanced engineering and technical programs worldwide. Professor Aldoss is an authority in the field of thermalfluids and applied fluid mechanics and turbomachinery. His industry and academics experience spans over four decades.

    Professor Aldoss earned his doctorate in Mechanical engineering from prestigious Case Western Reserve University, USA. He worked in Refineries for several years. As a consultant, he has worked on many industrial projects involving piping systems, valves, heat exchangers, furnaces, and turbomachinery.

    Professor Aldoss was teaching Mechanical Engineering courses in a number of universities in the Middle East and USA. He delivered tens of specialized technical courses for engineers and technicians in industry, especially for the petrochemical companies in the Gulf region.

    Throughout his intensive career in engineering, Professor Aldoss conducted and supervised advanced research programs that resulted in numerous graduate thesis research in the areas of thermal-fluids and applied fluid mechanics. He supervised and advised tens of graduate students who are serving in the field of Mechanical Engineering all over the world. As an educator, Professor Aldoss is the leading faculty of boundary layer theory and applications in the Middle East and had taught advanced Fluid Mechanics and Viscous Fluid Flow for decades. His academic career is highlighted by hundreds of applied and experimental Mechanical Engineering research and development projects. Professor Aldoss is considered an expert of the advanced Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer applications. He is credited for pioneering and establishing the highly regarded thermal-fluid graduate program at Jordan University of Science and Technology over the past 4 decades.

    Professor Aldoss has been awarded several prizes for his distinguished publications and research work. His awards include the Shoman Prize and the Fulbright Fellowship. He has an impressive portfolio of publications in international journals and an outstanding record of presentations in international conferences. Professor Aldoss also holds several patents.

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This course is specially developed for personnel who are required to work with oil and gas flow measurement systems, involving selection, installation, operation, calibration, inspection, verification, troubleshooting and maintenance. It will also be of great benefit to personnel involved in oil and gas production and control, and in custody transfer operations where high quality measurement, sampling, calculations, and data analysis according to the agreed standards are required.


This training course is suitable to a wide range of professionals but will greatly benefit: 

  • Production Supervisors 
  • Mechanical, Operation, Instrument Supervisors 
  • Metering, Custody, Process and Pipeline Engineers 
  • Instrument & Analyser Technicians 
  • Procurement, Quality, and Loss Control Personnel 
  • Maintenance, Reliability and Inspection engineers 
  • Personnel who witness or audit oil & gas measurement 
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