Three-Phase Flow Measurement in the Petroleum Industry: Current Status and Future Challenges
14. februar 2013
The Michelsen Centre has invited scientists, suppliers, and an end-user (Statoil) to share their views on status and challenges with you. This seminar is as always an opportunity to meet and discuss, exploring mutual benefits from linking research and industry in the spirit of the Michelsen Centre.
Time and place
9:00-13:00 Thursday February 14th, 2013 in Fantoftvegen 38 (the Board room, Christian Michelsen Research's premises). Please sign up with email@example.com not later than February 12th due to lunch arrangements.
Three-Phase Flow Measurement In the Petroleum Industry: A Review of the Current Status and Future Challenges
- Professor Richard Thorn (Head of School of Computing & Technology at the University of West London). Dr Thorn's talk will be based on a recent paper (co-authored by Professor Hjertaker and Professor Johansen, UoB) that has been accepted for publication in the journal ‘Measurement Science and Technology’.
Future Challenges: It’s not All about the Meter
- E&D Manager Multiphase Metering Eirik Thorsen, Roxar
Multiphase Metering and Measurement Systems
- Area Sales Manager Eivind Vethe, Framo Engineering a Schlumberger Company
Mix and Mingle Lunch
Calculating the Permittivity of Oils at Multiphase Conditions from PVT Data
- Senior Scientist Kjetil Folgerø, CMR.
Future Challenges in Multiphase Metering
- Engineer Pipeline & Transport Technology Multiphase Metering Eivind Lyng Soldal, Statoil
About Professor Richard Thorn
Dr Thorn recently accepted the position as Head of School of Computing & Technology at the University of West London. He also has a local connection to Bergen as he, after having finished his PhD at Bradford University, worked as a Scientist with the Technology Department of Christian Michelsen’s Institute, the origin of today’s Christian Michelsen Research which hosts the Michelsen Centre. Professor Thorn has over the years held scientific positions in the UK, Australia, and Poland, and also holds a Professor II position at the University of Bergen, co-sponsored by the Michelsen Centre.
Dr Thorn’s main research interests are process measurement systems and design of multiphase flow meters.
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