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To reflect ongoing restrictions across the globe, the virtual event will allow delegates to attend and hear presentations within virtual auditoriums, to network with delegates, and to participate in discussion sessions on the latest developments. This will ensure that attendees can still connect

and build relationships with the major players in the flow measurement community. In addition, there will be opportunities for companies to showcase their products and services in a virtual exhibitors’ area with live face to face chat options.

“The aim is to deliver a vibrant experience which stills retain the core values from our previous workshops which are to maintain a high level of technical focus, promote knowledge transfer, and enable all participants to engage with leading flow measurement experts,” said Dr Bruno Pinguet, Workshop Chairman. “We are also excited about the line-up of world class flow measurement expert speakers, who will share their field experiences and present the latest research into all aspects of flow measurement as part of the Technical Programme which has been selected by the Technical Committee.”

The Technical Programme features operator and end users’ perspectives on these topics to add to the discussion. The Technical Sessions will be chaired by well-known industry experts and thought leaders and we are pleased to announce the following confirmed Session Chairs:
Jean-Paul Couput, Head of Metering & Allocation Group, TOTAL: Day 1, Session 1 Chair, “Future of Flow Measurement, Users Perspective”
Imed Benlizidia, Upstream Metering Specialist, Saudi Aramco: Day 2, Session Chair, “Flow Measurement Innovation”

Nigel Holmes, CEO, Scottish Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association: Day 3, Session 2 Chair: “Flow Measurement Innovation within the Energy Transition”
Stuart Broadley, CEO, The EIC, Day 4, Session 1 Chair: “New Fuel and Flow Measurement Digitalization”  

The Live Q&A Panel Session on the first day of the Workshop will feature BP, Equinor,  Saudi Aramco, Spirit Energy and Total. This session, with the theme of Innovation in Flow Measurement from an End Users Perspective, provides an opportunity to hear from the operators as we address some of the issues facing industry at a critical time, such as reducing CAPEX and optimising OPEX; introduction and rollout of digital solutions; measurement of CO2 and enabling CCUS.

Confirmed exhibitors 

  • DNV GL
  • JWF Process Solutions
  • SICK
  • Swinton Technology

 In order to accommodate attendees from all around the globe in different time zones, the Workshop will be spread over four half days. This new format of the event means that anyone can join the event safely from anywhere in the world and without the added burden of travel time and costs.

Book your place now at the event.  

For further details, contact Communications Manager