September 2011, Vol. 238 No. 9

Features

Recent Developments In Testing Wet Gas Flow Meters

Natural gas is being produced from many varied and challenging locations around the world. Gas-prone reservoirs tend not to produce clean dry gas flows but rather wet natural gas flows where the gas is mixed with hydrocarbon liquids and water. Furthermore the wet natural gas production from each reservoir is unique. No two wet natural gas production flows are identical. During 2006, in an interview conducted by Colorado Engineering Experiment Station Inc. (CEESI), Hans van Maanen of Shell Exploration & Production stated with a smile, “Show me any set of wet gas flow conditions and I will find such a well somewhere in the world.” The technical challenge of meter

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