HOUSTON, TX, June 20, 2018 /24-7PressRelease/ —SPL, an industry leader in hydrocarbon measurement, analysis, allocation, and management services, is pleased to announce that it has completed its Pressurized Hydrocarbon Liquids Sampling and Analysis Study on behalf of Noble Energy, Inc. and the final report has recently been published.
Noble Energy, Inc. sponsored this study to identify protocols for improved reliability of sampling and analysis of pressurized liquids to improve data accuracy in modeling flashing losses at condensate tanks. To read the full report, as published by Noble Energy, please click here.
"SPL is proud to have been selected to conduct this study, which represents an evaluation of sampling, analysis, and modeling methodologies used to calculate flashing emissions from atmospheric storage tanks," said Joe Landes, Executive Vice President of Technical Service for SPL. "The findings of this study will be beneficial to operators and laboratories performing those tasks by providing more accurate emissions estimates of flash gas generation in atmospheric storage tanks."
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Established in 1944, SPL was one of the first major suppliers to service the exploration and production, petrochemical, refining, pipeline and retail markets with petroleum and environmental testing services. Today, SPL is recognized globally as an industry leader in hydrocarbon production measurement, analysis, allocation, and project management services. The company has performed work throughout the United States as well as international markets that include the China Sea, Kuwait, Libya, Mexico, Peru, Saudi Arabia, and Yemen. SPL, headquartered in Houston, Texas, was acquired by Industrial Growth Partners, along with management, in September 2016. With a total of 14 facilities in Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Michigan, Colorado, and Oklahoma, SPL is a one-source service company and is recognized as the industry leader in third-party measurement and analytical needs for the oil and gas industry.