July 2015, Vol. 242, No. 7

Features

Measuring Hydrocarbon Fluids Using Wet Gas, Watercut and Multiphase Meters

Oil and natural gas are two fossil fuels that account for a great deal of the energy used in the world. What they have in common is that they are found deep in the earth, sometimes underneath the ocean bed, and they have to be extracted through the drilling process. The fluids that come out of these wells generally include a mixture of gas, water, and oil. In addition, they may contain sand and sediment. These components eventually have to be separated and measured before they can be usefully processed. The instruments that play the main roles in this separation and measurement process include separators, wet gas meters, watercut meters, and multiphase meters. Land-based, Offshore and Subse

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