Part 2: Proving
Meter verification and calibration
Part 4: Controlling
Automation and communication
Part 3: Sampling
Quality and energy content
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AutoMAGIC Custody Transfer
AUTOMAGIC CUSTODY TRANSFER
When oil or gas are transferred from one party to another, quantity and quality are directly correlated with the money that's exchanged. So how do you protect the integrity of the transaction during this custody transfer process?
LACT (Lease Automatic Custody Transfer) units and metering systems provide a means to automatically measure and control these transactions, but accurate measurement relies on the dependable operation of four main functions: metering, proving, sampling, and controlling.
Part 1: Metering
Quantity, volume, and mass
We'll explore all of these pivotal functions and their role in oil and gas measurement system design and the custody transfer process in a four-part series: AutoMAGIC Custody Transfer.
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