Running for nearly 40 years alternating between Scotland and Norway, the North Sea Flow Measurement Workshop is the key event in the flow measurement calendar. Bringing together experts from across the oil, gas and wider energy industry, the Workshop features technical sessions and presentations relating to flow measurement challenges faced in the field today, as well as looking at technologies and innovations that will shape the future of the energy industry.

38TH NORTH SEA FLOW MEASUREMENT WORKSHOP 1
TUV SUD
Oil Flow

DELEGATE AND EXHIBITOR BOOKING INFORMATION

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ABOUT THE WORKSHOP

27-29 October 2020, P&J Live, Aberdeen

Innovation drives growth and this is especially true in the energy industry. In today’s economic climate, if companies are not innovating then they can become outdated. It is important now, more than ever, to stay ahead of developments in technology, regulation and practice and ensure your company remains ahead of its competitors. The North Sea Flow Measurement Workshop continues to meet these challenges head on.

Maintaining its reputation for first-class technical content and delegate participation, the Workshop continues to deliver fantastic knowledge sharing and networking opportunities for delegates.

You're Invited to Submit an Abstract

The theme this year is technical innovation, and how this relates to the current and future outlook for flow measurement. The Workshop will continue to focus on the global oil & gas sector but also create the opportunity to explore challenges for the wider energy sector as the energy transition continues to be a strategic priority for many stakeholders.

The Technical Committee, comprised of leading flow measurement experts, is interested in papers representing all aspects of flow measurement, however the following topics are particularly relevant:

  • Energy transition - flow measurement challenges in cleaner fuels
  • Using mature technology differently
  • Reducing costs of measurement
  • Improving recovery rates
  • Developing frontier and deepwater areas
  • Unlocking low-recovery reservoirs
  • LNG Optimisation
  • Digital flow solutions

Who Should Attend?

Everyone who undertakes flow measurement or relies on flow measurement systems and outputs should attend. The Workshop will also be of particular value to designers, facilities and operations engineers, production engineers, flow assurance and allocation experts, consultants and researchers from operating, contracting, consultancy and technology organisations.

Technical Committee

The abstracts will be reviewed by an expert committee made up of end users, manufacturers and industry regulator:

  • Jim Barton, BP Exploration Operating Company Limited
  • Murdo Campbell, TAQA Bratani Ltd
  • Alan Downing, Solartron ISA
  • Jim Gray, Emerson Automation Solutions
  • Douglas Griffin, Oil & Gas Authority
  • Jacek Krawaczynski, JK Consulting (International) Ltd
  • George McInally, Neptune Energy
  • Morten Marstein, Specialist Metering Systems, Analyticas
  • Eddie Spearman, CNR International (U.K.) Limited
  • James Trail, Spirit Energy
  • Craig Marshall / Bruno Pinguet, TÜV SÜD National Engineering Laboratory

They will select the strongest abstracts to form the event’s technical programme.

Format of Delivery

There are two options for delivering material:

Full paper - including 20-minute presentation and 10-minute chaired discussion in the main hall.
Poster presentation - displayed and discussed during the Workshop’s poster session and with a 2-page executive summary.
These will be accompanied by a written technical paper which will be published in the workshop proceedings.

The Venue

Building on the success of Aberdeen location two years ago, the 2020 Workshop will continue to be held in Europe’s oil and gas capital. The venue will be Aberdeen’s brand new exhibition and conference centre (P&J Live), boasting the most modern conference facilities in the country, a tailor-made venue for an event of this nature.

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For more information please contact:

TÜV SÜD National Engineering Laboratory on telephone: 01355 593 798

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