Oil-in-Produced Water Training Course

Venue: Petro-Canada/Huskey MET Centre

Location: St. Johns, Canada

Event Date/Time: Sep 28, 2009 End Date/Time: Sep 28, 2009
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TUV NEL, supported by CAPP, Hibernia Management and Development Company Ltd, Husky Energy and Petro-Canada, is pleased to announce a one-day Oil-in-Produced Water Training Course on Monday, 28th September 2009 at the Petro-Canada/Husky MET Centre, St. John’s, Canada.
Water production is now a major environmental and economic issue for both operators and regulators for the offshore oil and gas industry worldwide. Oil-in-produced water measurement is important both for process control and reporting to the regulatory authorities. Questions of often raised include:
• What is oil-in-produced water?
• Why is measurement of oil-in-produced water important?
• What standard analysis methods are available?
• Where and how should we take samples?
• What field measurement techniques are there?
• How can we accept a method that is different from the officially approved reference method?
• What are the things that we need to be careful of when we do a calibration?
• What are the future trends in oil-in-produced water analysis and measurement?
This one-day training course aims to answer these questions. It will enable delegates to gain a good understanding of the definition of oil-in-produced water, analysis and measurement methods available, issues related to method calibration and acceptance of non reference methods, as well as future oil-in-produced water measurement trends.