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2019 North American Custody Transfer Measurement Conference Publications

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Appropriate Parameters for Turbine Meter Calibration Results
Author(s): Robert McKee
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How One Calibration Laboratory Significantly Reduced Its Uncertainty
Author(s): John Lansing
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Opening Remarks
Author(s): Mike Carter
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Challenges to Calibrate on-site a 212 Bbls Prover
Author(s): Water-Draw Method, Husain Alabdeen
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Can Ultrasonic Meters Meet the Challenge of Measuring the Super-Rich Wet Gases from Enhanced Shale-Gas Production?
Author(s): Charles Derr
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The Effect of Zero Stability and Turndown on Coriolis Flowmeter Performance
Author(s): Chris Mills
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NACTMC Welcome Remarks
Author(s): Ernie Hauser
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Factors that Influence Uncertainty of Custody Transfer Gas Measurements including Repeatability, Reproducibility, Installation Effects, Gas Analysis, and Calibrations Laboratory Uncertainty
Author(s): Robert McKee
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Augmented Intelligence Applied to Natural Gas Ultrasonic Measurement
Author(s): E. Hanks, C. ONeill
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We hear a great deal in the news about how Artificial Intelligence and the Internet of Things (IoT) is changing our lives, and how it will transform businesses across the globe. Its likely your business is already using some form of intelligence technology today. Research shows that on average nearly 80% of analysts time is spent collecting and gathering data, while less than 20% of their time is spent analysing and communicating results to stakeholders. This paper explores the extent to which the application of Augmented Intelligence developed from continuously collected metering diagnostics can automate measurement analysis. The paper analyses the results of applying augmented intelligence methods to natural gas ultrasonic metering systems. The paper demonstrates that integrating augmented intelligence techniques into operations improves efficiency by 1) lowering the operators time to resolve measurement issues, 2) lowering the number of adverse events 3) allowing for a greater focus on problematic stations. The result is that operators lowered their exposure to measurement error. The analysis indicates a steadily decreasing exposure to measurement error risk over time. After 4 years of implementation, the augmented intelligence methods were reducing risk by 1.3 Bcf/year (4M at 3/Mscf) per 100 meter sites.
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HYDRAULIC ANALYSIS OF 8 PATH VS 4 PATH ULTRASONIC METERS WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENCES?
Author(s): Bobbie Griffith
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IMPLEMENTING ORIFICE METER DIAGNOSTICS
Author(s): ADMS
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Is 8 Enough? A discussion on path configurations of an ultrasonic meter
Author(s): Kristina Berardi
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IS THE ULTRASONIC METER TECHNOLOGY A SOLUTION TO SUBSTITUTE THE IN-SITU PIPE PROVERS USED TO CALIBRATE CUSTODY TRANSFER METERS?
Author(s): Luiz Gustavo Do Val
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Liquid Carry-over Detection at Custody Transfer Points
Author(s): Paul Stockwell
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A New Deployment of AGA 6
Author(s): M3
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Managing Measurement Risk
Author(s): Thomas Kegel
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Diagnostic Capabilities of an Eight Path Ultrasonic Flow Meter
Author(s): Nicholas J. Mollo
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USM Installation Effect Research 2019 Update
Author(s): North American Fluid Flow Measurement Council
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Crude oil measurement -the quality challenge
Author(s): American Petroleum Institute
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8 Path 8 to 24 OIML Perturbation tests
Author(s): Martin Schlebach
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Practical Corrosion Protection of Meter Tubes -Pre-Installation
Author(s): Brad Massey
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Predicting Orifice Meter Flow Prediction Bias with Internal Diagnostics
Author(s): Ray Kutty & Kim Lewis
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A prerequisite to be in the oil industry should be to be confident in measurement uncertainty
Author(s): Dr. Bruno PINGUET, Anna PIEPER
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Proving Liquid Ultrasonic Flowmeters with Small Volume Provers
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PROVING ULTRASONIC METERS ON BALLISTIC PROVERS
Author(s): Bobbie Griffith
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RMG Overview and Recent Gas USM Test Results
Author(s): John Lansing
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SAMPLE CONDITIONING & ANALYSIS OF RICH GAS (AND NATURAL GAS LIQUIDS)
Author(s): Kevin Warner & Ken Thompson
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THE IMPACT OF LNG EXPORT ON CONVENTIONAL METERING AND NATURAL GAS ANALYSIS
Author(s): Kevin Warner & Ken Thompson
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Improve efficiency through Human Interest in New Technology
Author(s): Hans R.E. van Maanen, Arend J.M. Herwijn
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Factors that Influence Uncertainty of Custody Transfer Gas Measurements including Repeatability, Reproducibility, Installation Effects, Gas Analysis, and Calibrations Laboratory Uncertainty
Author(s): Robert McKee
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Measurement Validation and Resolution Processing for Todays Measurement Group
Author(s): Duane Harris
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Orifice Meters and Wet Gas Flow
Author(s): Kim Lewis, Clyde Shugart
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