Kelton Engineering Ltd, a leading oil and gas flow measurement consultancy service and software provider, will be exhibiting at the 22nd Iran International Oil, Gas, Refining and Petrochemical Exhibition from the 6th – 9th May 2017.
KELTON® will be in Hall 41, stand no: 2136 at the exhibition to discuss KELTON® flow measurement consultancy and auditing services that have been delivered worldwide. In addition, one-to-one discussions will be available on all flow measurement software, including the recently launched innovative software applications: UNCERTAINTYLIVE™.net and UNCERTAINTYPLUS®.net.
The UNCERTAINTYLIVE™.net application ensures the uncertainty calculated is dynamically updated to match your process conditions and composition and the UNCERTAINTYPLUS®.net application has been designed for engineers to independently assess the uncertainty of a metering system for a given set of operating conditions.
Joseph O'Neil, Business Development Manager, comments, “KELTON® have been providing flow measurement consultancy service for many years in the Middle East and are looking forward to exhibiting at the tradeshow with their newly appointed partner in Iran: Artman System Company (ASCO). ASCO will be assisting with the promotion of KELTON®'s flow measurement consultancy and auditing services along with securing orders for their proven and innovative flow measurement software.”
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® employ 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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