July 2014, Vol. 241, No. 7

Features

Wet Gas Testing Using Custom Liquids, Magnetically Driven Centrifugal Pumps

Wet gas meter calibrations are usually done using natural gas, kerosene and water. Increasingly, gas producers are questioning a meter’s ability to measure wet gas entrained with the unique liquids found on platforms and wellheads (viscous hydrocarbons, paraffin based/high-wax liquids, sea water, brine solutions, MEG and other custom liquids). Colorado Engineering Experimental Station, Inc. (CEESI) has recently added custom liquid testing capabilities to its wet gas facility, using versatile variable frequency drive (VFD)-controlled magnetic-drive centrifugal pumps. Measuring Wet Gas Gases from platforms and wellheads are often laden with liquids. Many produce a mixture o

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