November 2011, Vol. 238 No. 11

Features

Remote O&G Monitoring And Automation Needs In Iraq

While its estimated petroleum reserves are on the rise, Iraq’s output is not quite meeting national production targets. Looking to boost production and achieve accurate measurements, the country’s leading officials have moved to upgrade oilfield installations damaged by conflict and lack of investment, as well as establish comprehensive guidelines for the accurate measurement and automation of hydrocarbon production. Developing A National Code Establishing an Iraqi Oil Law has been on the government’s agenda since 2007. April 2008 marked the implementation of the Iraqi National Code for Measurement of Hydrocarbon Fluids – the national guidelines regardin

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