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Natural Gas Measurement–Sampling and Analysis

1.1 CEUs

Covers the basics of automatic and manual sampling of natural gas for the determination of the chemical composition and Btu values.

Length: 1.5 days

Course Content

Participants receive instruction in:

  • Gas chromatographs: types and theory of operation, calibration, and analysis report
  • Sampling and sample-handling basics: manual sampling for spot sample, automatic sampling for composite sample, and automatic sampling for flow weighted on-line analysis
  • Safety while transporting sampling
  • Odorant injection and detection systems; selection, operation, monitoring, testing, and maintenance issues
  • H2S analyzers: description and comparison of the theory and operation of the various H2S measurement techniques
  • Recommended For

  • Gas measurement technicians, analysts, and engineers
  • Personnel who witness or audit natural gas measurement

  • Included with Course:
  • Catered lunch daily; beverages and snacks provided
  • Course materials including instructor presentations
  • Recommended book: Gas and Liquid Measurement

  • Download a brochure for our Natural Gas Measurement Courses (PDF–1.7 MB).

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