1 October 2013, Tønsberg, Norway 31 st international North Sea Flow Measurement Workshop The world premier event for flow measurement of oil and gas Papers covering the latest technology developments Exhibitors show their latest cutting edge technologies
2 31 st international North Sea Flow Measurement Workshop Welcome On behalf of the Technical Committee it is my pleasure to welcome you to the 31st International North Sea Flow Measurement Workshop The premier world venue for measurement technology The objective of the conference is to maintain its position as the premier world venue for presentations and discussions of measurement technology related to the oil and gas industry. The workshop s main focus is on the practical application of this technology. As in recent years the number of high quality abstracts has been exceptional and highly relevant for the scope of the workshop. The technical committee is confident that the final program contains topics which will be found very relevant for all working with flow measurement of oil and gas. All presentations and posters are supported by a written paper. Addressing challenges and latest developments Multiphase metering has played an important role in marginal field development. In this year s workshop program you will find both presentations and posters covering the KEY INFORMATION Time and venue: October 2013, Tønsberg, Norway Technical Committee Chairman: Eivind Lyng Soldal, Statoil ASA, Norway Dag Hendrik Flølo, Statoil ASA, Norway Rolf Skatvedt, Trainor, Norway Per Lunde, University of Bergen and CRM, Norway Morten Marstein, FMC Kongsberg Metering, Norway Steinar Fosse, Norwegian Petroleum Directorate Craig Marshall, TUV NEL, UK Douglas Griffin, Department of Energy & Climate Change, UK Delegate fees Member of Tekna: NOK 8500,- Non members: NOK 9500,- Speakers: NOK 4750,- Exhibitors Standard NOK ,- in addition to delegate fee. Exhibitors Plus NOK FULLY BOOKED latest development and field experience within multiphase metering. Ultrasonic meters are widely used for oil and gas measurement, and hence the program will cover a wide range of applications for this technology. Areas that are covered stretches from gas to heavy oil. Metering engineers also face other challenges related to e.g. allocation, high viscosity, cone meters, coriolis meters, cold products, sampling and uncertainty. Presentations will be held to address these subjects as well. Due to the high number of excellent abstracts the poster session is extended to include 6 posters. Topics that are addressed are subsea sampling, multiphase metering and ultrasonic metering. The poster session offers a unique possibility to discuss the different topics with the presenters. Main topics of the program Multiphase metering Allocation Oil metering Gas measurement Liquefied natural gas and liquefied petroleum gas Uncertainty Manufacturers exhibition Many manufacturers and service companies presents their products at stands during the workshop. Hence the workshop provides an excellent opportunity to get in touch with different suppliers of metering equipment and measurement solutions. Networking opportunities The format of the workshop is as always informal and encourages discussions. This creates an ideal environment for informal dialogue with your business connections and a great opportunity to make new ones. At the workshop you will find key personnel from regulators, operators, manufacturers, research institutions and engineering companies. Take this unique opportunity to get updated on state of the art technology within oil and gas measurement. I m looking forward to meet you in Norway in October All prices will be added 25% Vat. Includes web based documentation. Hotel costs exclusive. Registration Phone /61 Yours sincerely Eivind Lyng Soldal Chairman of NSFMW 2013
3 Tuesday 22 October Registration Lunch 1300 Welcome Program chair 2013, Eivind L. Soldal, Statoil ASA, Norway 1310 Key Note Gas Transport from the Norwegian Continental Shelf, Measurement and Allocation Jan Hauge, Executive Vice President, Gassco AS, Norway Session 1 Multiphase Metering Chair: Eivind Lyng Soldal, Statoil ASA. Norway Using Multiphase Meter for Fiscal Purposes Field Experience Bjarne Syre, DONG E&P Norge, Norway performance of Subsea Multiphase Meters and a Topside test Separator during Well testing, after Skarv field start-up Barbara M. Wrobel, BP, Norway 1430 Break /Refreshments in the exhibition area Campaign Well Testing of a Complex Reservoir Using an MPM Multiphase Meter Gordon Stobie, Fred Siedl, Robert Lowe, ConocoPhillips Company, Richard Streeton, MPM, A Comparison of current North Sea Practice with Multiphase & Wet Gas Meters versus the Newly Released API (MPMS) Ch Michael Smith, Eivind Vethe, Bruno Pinguet, Andrew Baker, One Subsea, Norway 1600 Break/Refreshments in the exhibition area Session 2 Allocation Chair: Steinar Fosse, Norwegian Petroleum Directorate Allocation in an Uncertain World: Maxi mising the Use of Data with UBA on Global Producer III Phil Stockton, Allan Wilson, Accord, Neil Corbet, Maersk, Juliet Johnston and Robert Sibbald, Accord Challenges on using Subsea Wet Gas Meters for Gas and Condensate Allocation between the Wells at Sleipner Vest Field Tarun Grover, Knut Kristian Mesingset, Statoil ASA, Norway 1730 poster session The posters are open for discussion with the authors, interaction with the delegates Beverage and snack will be served during the session poster 1 Subsea Sampling on the Critical Path of Flow Assurance Eivind Vethe, Michael Smith, Bruno Pinguet, One Subsea Norway, Bernard Theron, Onur Ozen, Schlumberger, UK poster 2 Challenges with Salinity Measurements in Multiphase Flow Metering Anton Gryzlov, Erik Undheim, Ebbe Nyfors, Elin Steinsland, Stine Jæger Alvær, Emerson Process Management, Roxar AS, Norway poster 3 Condition Based Monitoring A Fully Automated Station Solution John Lansing, CEESI, USA 1830 Exhibition area is closing 1930 Dinner Wednesday 23 October 2013 Session 3 Oil Metering Chair: Dag H. Flølo, Statoil ASA, Norway Flow Measurement of High Viscosity Fluids Chris Mills and Craig Marshall, NEL, UK Qualification of Fiscal Liquid Ultrasonic Meter for Operation on Extended Viscosity ranges on an Offshore Storage Vessel Øyvind Nesse and Tore Bratten, Statoil ASA, Norway A new Measurement Program for VOC Emissions during Offshore Oil Tanking of Shuttle Tankers Kjell- Eivind Frøysa, Stian H. Stavland, Christian Michelsens Research AS, Norway 1000 Break/Refreshments in the exhibition area 1030 Manufacturers and Vendor Sessions 11 vendors will be presenting their cutting edge technology in parallel sessions 1300 Lunch Locations and timetable in vendor brochure in the conference folder Session 4 Gas Measurement Chair: Morten Marstein, FMC, Norway Independent Cone Meter Testing Gordon Stobie, ConocoPhillips Company A N Other ConocoPhillips Company Norway Richard Steven, CEESI, Kim Lewis, DP Diagnostics LLC performance Improvement of Large Install ation base of Wellhead Venturi Wet Gas Measurement in Petroleum Development Oman (PDO) Abdullah Al Obaidani, Khalil Al Hanashi, Hamed AL Hadhrami, Dawood AL-Sulaimani, All Petroleum Development Oman, Oman The Application of Clamp-On Ultrasonic Flowmeters in Production Monitoring Theo Warmenhoven, GDF SUEZ E&P, Nederland B.V. Bernhard Funck and Peter Liptrot, Flexim GmbH, Germany
4 1530 Break / Refreshments in the exhibition area Research on over-reading Model of Ultrasonic Flow Meters in Wet Gas Flow Measurement XU Ying, School of Electrical and Automation Engineering, China Accuracy and Long-term Stability of Ultrasonic Gas Meters at varying Operating Pressures and different Liquid Loadings Field Experience. Alexander Jakschik, Jörg Wenzel, SICK AG, Germany Theo Warmenhoven, GDF SUEZ E&P Nederland B.V. Dr. Volker Herrmann, SICK AG, Germany 1700 End of Technical program day Exhibition area is closing 1930 Dinner Thursday 24 October 2013 Session 5 Oil Metering Chair: Douglas Griffin, DECC, UK Dynamic Testing Jim H. Smith, Ray Kalivoda, FMC, USA Sampling: What the Standards don t tell you should they? Mark Jiskoot and Gary Potten, C-A-M, USA The Emperor s New Clothes? - Oil with Water Flow Metering Richard Steven CEESI, Casey Hodges, CMSI, Terry Cousins, CMSI, Damon Myers, CEESI 1030 Break/Refreshments in the exhibition area Session 6 Liquefied Natural Gas and Liquefied Petroleum Gas. Chair: Per Lunde, University of Bergen and CMR, Norway Analysis of a Method for LNG Mass Flow Metering Tore Mortensen, Norwegian Metrology Service, Norway Assessment of LNG Sampling Systems and Recommendations Asaad Kenbar, NEL, UK Experience with Samplers on Cold Liquids Ole-John Melkevik, Statoil ASA, Norway Lunch Session 7 Multiphase Metering Chair: Rolf Skatvedt, Trainor, Norway Multiphase Meter capable of detecting Scale on the Pipe Wall and correcting Flow Rate Measurements Arnstein Wee, MPM, Øystein Fosså, ConocoPhillips, Norway, Vidar, Rune Midttveit, Statoil ASA, Norway Magnetic Resonance Technology: A New Concept for Multiphase Flow Metering Jankees Hogendoorn, André Boer, Krohne, Matthias Appel, Shell, and Hilko de Jong, Shell, The Netherlands Flow Swirl and Flow Profile Measurement in Multiphase Flow Anusha Rammohan, GE Global Research, Vinay Natrajan, GE Global Research, John Ward, GE Oil & Gas, Manoj Kumar KM and Aditya Bhakta, GE Global Research 1500 Break/Refreshments in the exhibition area Session 8 Uncertainty Chair: Craig Marshall, NEL, UK Uncertainty Analysis of Multiphase Flow Meters used for Allocation Measurements: Field Experiences and Future Challenges Kjetil Folgerø, Eivind Lyng Soldal, Statoil ASA, Norway, Kjell-Eivind Frøysa, Christian Michelsens Research AS, Norway, Jan Kocbach, Eirik Åbro, Kåre Kleppe Statoil ASA, Norway Uncertainty Analysis based on Historical Data Calum Hardie, Craig Marshall, Bob Belshaw, NEL, UK 1630 Closing remarks 1930 Aperitif in the hotel bar 2000 Banquet Friday 25 October 2013 Breakfast from Transport for Sandefjord Airport Torp Depature from Quality Hotel Tønsberg Program might be subject to changes beyond the control of the organizers.
5 Registration telephone: /61 and General information Technical Committee Chairman: Eivind Lyng Soldal, Statoil ASA, Norway Dag Hendrik Flølo, Statoil ASA, Norway Rolf Skatvedt, Trainor, Norway Per Lunde, University of Bergen and CRM, Norway Morten Marstein, FMC Kongsberg Metering, Norway Steinar Fosse, Norwegian Petroleum Directorate Craig Marshall, TUV NEL, UK Douglas Griffin, Department of Energy & Climate Change, UK Accommodation Quality Hotel Tønsberg venue hotel Single room NOK 1595,- pr person pr night Double room NOK 1425,- pr person pr night Prices includes breakfast, lunch, dinner, banquet and refreshments during the conference. Hotel reservation should be made on registration. Hotel accommodation to be paid directly to the hotel on check-out. Travel information See information at Exhibitor opportunities The large numbers of sponsors and exhibitors makes this event a complete arena for sharing experiences and encouraging discussion, with excellent networking opportunities. There is limited space available for exhibitors. First come, first served basis Exhibitors Standard NOK ,- Exhibitors Plus NOK FULLY BOOKED Prices are in addition to delegate fee. 25% VAT will be added For further info or contact Anu H. Laakso, Delegate fees Member of Tekna: NOK 8500,- Non members: NOK 9500,- Speakers NOK 4750,- All prices will be added 25% Vat. Includes web based documentation. Hotel costs exclusive. Payment Options: 1. Online Visa Payment Service at 2. Banktransfer Bank details: Bank name: DnBNOR Bank account: Swift: DNBANOKKXXX IBAN NR: NO Please include Ref code and delegates name Cancellation policy Cancellations made later then 7 October 2013 will be subject of a service charge of NOK No refunds for cancellations after the 7 October Replacement of delegate creates no problem Written cancellation only! Administration Project manager Ms Lise Olaussen, Tekna Project manager Anu Laakso, Tekna Registration Telephone no /61
6 exhibitors Return address: Tekna, Postboks 2312 Solli, N-0201 Oslo HELLI - Visuell kommunikasjon, helli.no The Norwegian Society of Graduate Technical and Scientific Professionals