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  • Detect and Correct Delivers an Extra Layer of Dependability for the Roxar 2600 Multiphase Flow Meter

    Constant innovation is required to meet the needs of an evolving industry. That is why we have engineered our multiphase flow meters to be on the cutting edge of flow measurement technology. That’s also why we are always working on updating and improving our software capabilities. Roxar Rapid Adaptive Measurement for the Roxar 2600 Multiphase Flow Meter is our latest breakthrough technology to tackle the most demanding…
  • Electromagnetic Flow Technology Installation Specifications for Rosemount Magnetic Flow Meters

    Electromagnetic flow technology is continuously evolving, and Emerson hopes to provide transparency and understanding to installation requirements and why they matter to a user. There has been a lot of buzz lately about zero diameter (0D) inlet/outlet installations which means there is no straight run before or after the electromagnetic flow meter. Our users want to know more about this type of installation and its impact…
  • Automation Capabilities in the Roxar™︎ 2600 Multiphase Flow Meter: Advanced Pressure, Volume, and Temperature (PVT) Calculation

    While advancements in software technologies can seem deceptively simple, they play a significant role in shaping the future of the industry. Digitalization may feel like a buzzword these days, but as automation and remote technologies are embraced by more producers, employing advanced features and capabilities will be necessary to stay ahead of the curve. We have been covering the latest in our profile of oil and gas…
  • Electromagnetic Flow technology Installation Specifications

    Electromagnetic flow technology is continuously evolving, and Emerson hopes to provide transparency and understanding to installation requirements and why they matter to a user. There has been a lot of buzz lately about zero diameter (0D) inlet/outlet installations which means there is no straight run before or after the electromagnetic flow meter. Our users want to know more about this type of installation and its impact…
  • Environmental Reporting Validation and Understanding Uncertainty

    At the 4C Health, Safety & Environmental conference , Emerson’s Meha Jha presented Validating the Data and Understanding the Uncertainty for Environmental Reporting. Here is her presentation abstract: New sustainability programs are driving increased focus on environmental reporting requirements. We are going to discuss reporting challenges and measurement issues related to Green Diesel production, Energy & Emissions…
  • Minimizing VOCs During Tank Dewatering Operations

    Emerson’s Warren Merriman presented Minimizing VOC Emissions During Tank De-Watering at the 4C Health, Safety & Environmental conference. Here is his presentation abstract: Over time, water separates and collects in tanks and needs to be removed. Manual or other methods of controlling the water draw-off can result in excessive hydrocarbon product in the discharge to the sewer system. This session will review a unique…
  • Episodio5: Introducción a la medición DPFlow y sus diferentes aplicaciones | Tecnologías de Flujo o Caudal

    El experto en Instrumentación de Medición y Analítica, Mauricio Pulido nos guiará sobre las generalidades en la medición DPFlow o de presión diferencial. Conoceremos sobre los desafíos más comunes que presentan este tipo de mediciones, así como las soluciones que Emerson ofrece a las industrias en la optimización de procesos. Este es el cuarto episodio de la serie: Tecnologías de Flujo o Caudal. Suscríbete hoy para…
  • Multiphase Flow and Virtual Flow Metering

    Flow measurement is critical in oil & gas production operations to measure the oil, gas and water content of producing wells for fiscal allocation, well maintenance, and regulatory reporting. In an Oilfield Technology article, A Sense of What is to Come , Emerson’s Stian Engebretsen , Aurore Plougoulen and Lars Anders Ruden describe technology advancements driving improvements in these flow measurements. They open highlighting…
  • The Industry’s Top Subsea Wetgas Meter

    We must marvel at the ingenuity of the first oil and gas producers to tackle subsea production – pioneers who completed the first subsea well on the ocean floor, offshore in California in 1961. Building a wellsite on the seabed invokes a whole new set of difficulties, presenting operators with specific requirements and unique challenges. Fortunately, technology has advanced from those early days to modern, sophisticated…
  • How the Rosemount 8800 MultiVariable Vortex Flow Meter Integrates Pressure Measurement

    In introducing our Rosemount 8800 Series Vortex flow meters, we’ve talked about how this technology is uniquely suited for superheated steam applications , delivering better control in these challenging environments than anything else on the market today. More specifically, we designed our 8800 MultiVariable Vortex flow meter to pair with an independent pressure transmitter to provide the ultimate multivariable vortex…
  • Vodka Distillery Flow Verification and Calibration

    It’s always good to come across a story how automation technology improves the food and beverages we consume—especially in my personal opinion, the adult beverages. In a ProFood article, Passing the Test , Absolut Vodka shares their story of using diagnostics to assess the health and performance of their flow measurement devices. Their plant 100 million liter per annum plant in Sweden [hyperlinks added]: …uses Emerson…
  • Emerson Technologies Supporting the Future of Digitalization within the Oil & Gas Measurement Instrumentation

    At Emerson we pride ourselves in continually listening to our customers and striving to meet their instrumentation needs.  We are delighted to highlight the core software features and its functionality for the Roxar 2600 Multiphase Flow Meter , Rapid Adaptive Measurement. Scalable Software Architecture for Exactly What You Need Each of our customers has their own unique requirements. That’s why we’ve built a tiered…
  • Deliver better control, reliability, and safety in today’s demanding steam operations with Rosemount 8800 MultiVariable Vortex Flow Meter

    Vortex flow measurement is uniquely adaptive when it comes to handling difficult applications. By virtue of its science, utilizing the von Kármán effect, these instruments are accurate across a wide operating range and effective at withstanding high process pressures and temperatures. In this post, we’re highlighting the latest in our 8800 Flow Meter product portfolio – the MultiVariable Vortex Flow Meter. Designed with…
  • Upgrading Safety and Reliability of Coker Heaters with Rosemount 8800 Dual Vortex Meter

    When a large-scale refinery needed to make Safety Instrumented System (SIS) improvements on their coker furnace on-line spalling operation, the Rosemount 8800 Dual Vortex Flow Meter proved to be the perfect solution. Initially, the refinery had installed 12 vortex flow meters on each of the four feed lines for each of their three furnaces. The new SIS required additional flow measurement redundancy, but they needed to…
  • Automating and Optimizing Copper Heap Leaching Processes

    Our world is dependent on all the copper wire distributing electricity and communications signals over great distances and throughout our homes and businesses. Mining and refining this copper into the purity required poses safety, efficiency and reliability challenges for global miners. That’s why I wanted to revisit the 2018 Mining Engineering magazine article, Improved flow measurement and control are key to efficiency…
  • Podcast: Improving Fiscal Measurements and Loss Control

    Terminals, the storage and transportation hub for oil & gas and petrochemicals, are critical to the overall infrastructure and flow of products to consumers and businesses. They form a vital link in global supply chains increasingly driven by a landscape of boutique products and just-in-time logistics. “There’s probably about 2- or 3-days buffer in the flow of goods [in terminals supply chain] before we would start…
  • Why Vortex Flow Meters are the Champions of Steam Applications

    Steam applications are beneficial for a wide range of tasks across many industries. Affordable, efficient, and non-hazardous, steam is a potent conveyer of heat energy. Its adaptability makes it a key component anywhere heat distribution is necessary. However, whenever a process involves steam, extra care and attention is required. Higher temperatures and pressures make safety a real concern and water droplets from condensation…
  • What Roxar Rapid Adaptive Measurement Means for the Future of Multiphase Flow Metering

    As oil and gas operators adjust production methodologies and target more challenging reservoirs worldwide, the need for adaptive multiphase flow measurement continues to evolve. Pioneering modern solutions will be integral to meeting the unique challenges of these sources. Emerson’s automation efforts and philosophy of innovation helps us develop extraordinary capabilities in our Roxar Multiphase Flow Meters. Now, with…
  • Refinery Reliability Brought to You by Vortex Flow Meters

    A North American refinery was facing challenges with their crude unit charge heater due to clogging and freezing of its impulse lines. In settings like this, it’s crucial to have dependable and redundant measurement to guard against damage to the heaters and keep everything running safely and smoothly. These measurements were part of Safety Instrumented System (SIS) loops that trip if fluid levels become too low to manage…
  • Manifold Valve Positions when Calibrating Multivariable Transmitters

    Emerson’s Michael Flesch shares how multivariable transmitter calibration and manifold valve operation affect the performance of natural gas flow measurement applications at the Emerson Exchange Americas Virtual Series. Here is his presentation abstract: Following a basic manifold valve sequencing procedure when performing regular maintenance on a differential pressure (DP) measurement installation with transmitter…
  • Integrated Gas Metering Systems

    Gas metering systems are the cash registers for custody transfer between companies. At the Emerson Exchange Americas Virtual Series, Emerson’s Juan Najera shares some best practices in designing and operating these gas metering systems. Here is his presentation abstract: Accurate flow measurement is the key in custody transfer applications. To ensure a reliable measurement in energy transactions, it is required to incorporate…
  • Verification Methods for Coriolis Flow Meters

    Emerson’s Marc Buttler discussed the verification process for Coriolis flow meters using methods such as master meters, proving, lab calibration and secondary verification diagnostics at the Emerson Exchange Americas Virtual Series. Here is his presentation abstract: One of the most valuable features of a Coriolis meter is that, once it has been properly calibrated, the flow measurement accuracy will remain unchanged…
  • Applications for Ultrasonic Flow Meter Technology

    Daniel 3418 ultrasonic gas meter There are many alternative technologies when it comes to measuring flow. At the Emerson Exchange Americas Virtual Series, Emerson’s Martin Schlebach describes applications where ultrasonic flow measurement is the best choice. Here’s his presentation abstract: The 3418 8-path gas ultrasonic meters offer premium accuracy in the simplest installations. Rigorous compliance testing has…
  • Remote Oil and Gas Production Monitoring with Multiphase Flowmeters

    Emerson’s Norberto Ortigoza presents on the Roxar Multiphase Flowmeter for enabling remote monitoring and data-driven decisions at the Emerson Exchange Americas Virtual Series. Here’s his presentation abstract: Roxar Multiphase Flow Meters are equipped with multiple sensors providing numerous outputs that combined with remote access allow to perform diagnostics that can go beyond its original purpose of measuring the…
  • Coriolis Mass Flow Measurement in Ethylene Pipelines

    A supercritical fluid (SCF) exists: …at a temperature and pressure above its critical point , where distinct liquid and gas phases do not exist, but below the pressure required to compress it into a solid . [2] It can effuse through porous solids like a gas, overcoming the mass transfer limitations that slow liquid transport through such materials. SCF are much superior to gases in their ability to dissolve materials…