This course provides an overview of preparing a hydrocarbon sample for analysis. You'll be able to identify a sampling system and its use in gas and liquid analysis while covering in detail the methods of:
- sampling gas and liquid streams,
- different techniques and equipment (including containers) used in sampling,
- the processes and procedures of sampling gas,
- crude oil,
- condensate and water.
Learn how to read the analysis reports from third-party labs, and the importance of Gas Chromatography in the measurement of gas, sampling points, properties that can cause degradation of gas, and liquid samples.
Analyzer Technicians and Systems Engineers, Test & Measurement and Senior Liquid Measurement Supervisors, Measurement Technicians/Technologists, Measurement & Control Technicians, Measurement Analysts and Operators, Instrumentation Technicians, Automation Team Leaders, Measurement Engineers, Reliability Managers, Measurement and Logistics Technicians, Production Accountants, Hydrocarbon Measurement Specialists and their managers, Petroleum Measurement Technical Leaders, Advanced Gas Measurement Technicians dealing with gas and liquid sampling and analysis will benefit from taking this course.
Applies Towards the Following Certificates
- Hydrocarbon Measurement Certificate of Achievement : Required Courses