16 – 19 APRIL 2018 | BARCELONA, SPAIN

Technical visit to Enagás Central Laboratory

Join us in Barcelona for the
6th European Flow Measurement Workshop

Over recent years, the European Flow Measurement Workshop has grown to become a major platform for end users, manufacturers and institutes on newest developments in flow measurement. After three successful editions in Noordwijk, The Netherlands, the upcoming edition of the Workshop will be held in Barcelona.

In the last edition of the Workshop we were Setting the Standard. The next step, for all parties involved, is making sure to consolidate and continually reinforce these efforts, by careful measurement and interpretation of flow parameters in your facility. After all, only then you can be certain that you are on top of your game. Therefore, VSL, CEESI, NMi Certin and Enagás cordially invite you to participate in the 6th European Flow Measurement Workshop.

Together we can make sure that we will be Staying in Control.

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Registration fees

Passe-partout

800
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Single-day ticket

400
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Focus on operational efficiencies in Oil & Gas sector

Emerson has clearly seen a resurgence of activity and spend in the Oil & Gas sector. “In terms of major growth waves, we see 3 significant areas of focus for flow metering – addressing flow measurement challenges for Shale, particularly in the Permian, onshore multiphase adoption, and the growth in major capital projects (both upstream and midstream). The overall market has changed in that we see that operators are much more focused on operational efficiencies to get the most out of the assets they have.”

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Peter Blangé: Performance in elite sport: you can’t improve what you can’t measure

We are very happy to announce the exciting closing presentation at the European Flow Measurement Workshop which you can’t afford to miss. Peter Blangé will close the day on Wednesday and will present an overview of the development of application of high-tech measurement to elite sport, which he has experienced as an athlete and as a technologist. Peter was the captain of the Dutch volleyball team that won the gold medal in the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta, and he played in three more Olympics, including in 1992 in Barcelona.

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Hosted by VSL, CEESI and NMi Certin, supported by Enagás.