Kelton Engineering Ltd, a leading oil and gas consultancy services and software provider, will be presenting a paper on ‘Dynamic Uncertainty Calculations' at the NEL Oil and Gas Focus Group in April 2017. The presentation will cover how uncertainty calculations can be integrated with the measurement process to provide an uncertainty which updates to reflect changes in flow rates and process conditions. The presentation then goes on to demonstrate KELTON®'s newly launched innovative software applications: UNCERTAINTYLIVE™ and UNCERTAINTYPLUS®.
The UNCERTAINTYLIVE™ application ensures the uncertainty calculated is dynamically updated to match your process conditions and composition and the UNCERTAINTYPLUS® application has been designed for engineers to independently assess the uncertainty of a metering system for a given set of operating conditions.
Mark Hay, Operations Manager – Software Applications, Kelton Engineering Limited, will be presenting on the topic. Mark graduated in 1992 with a degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering and has over 20 years' experience in the Oil and Gas industry, specialising in Flow Measurement. Mark leads the software development team and has overall responsibility for KELTON®'s range of software applications.
The NEL Oil and Gas Focus Group Meeting will be held on Wednesday 5th April 2017 at the Sprowston Manor Hotel, Norwich.
KELTON® is an independent company specialising in measurement consultancy, auditing, training and the provision of specialist software to the oil and gas industry. Founded in 1991, KELTON® employs 30 people with more than 20 consultants who have over 500 man years of experience in the management, operation and maintenance of flow measurement systems and an outstanding reputation in the industry. UKAS accreditation supports the consultancy services with the scope encompassing the certification of Hydrocarbon Measurement and Allocation Systems. KELTON® is an Investor in People.
Extensive information is available on www.kelton.co.uk.
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