The 3rd International "Metrology for LNG" Workshop will take place at FORCE Technology in Brøndby, Denmark on the 19th May 2015.

1 June 2015

The workshop is part of the cross-national "Metrology for LNG" research project between 9 metrology institutes, 2 universities, 2 unfunded industry partners and 10 other collaborators.

Metrology for LNG

Custody transfer measurements of LNG is characterized by high uncertainty, compared to measurements of other commodities like oil and gasoline. 

One of the goals for the research project is to develop a more precise validation facility for cryogenic measurement systems. The target measurement uncertainty is 0.2%. The system can be used as an alternative route for traceability of LNG volume flow measurements and strengthen the metrological framework.
The main purpose of the project is to develop metrological framework to support a healthy growth of LNG trade and new applications. 

The 3rd International Workshop

The Workshop is part of the "Metrology for LNG" research project, and will take place on the 19th May 2015 at FORCE Technology, Brøndby in Denmark.
With presentations from VSL, Shell, MAN, Scientific Instruments, ASAP and many others, the program will treat subjects such as:
  • LNG composition measurements - challenges in the field
  • LNG composition measurements for small scale application  
  • Engine manufacturer’s view on LNG as fuel 
  • Introduction to Methane Number - developments past and present
  • LNG Calibration Facility
  • Validation of LNG Raman Analyzer 
  • And many others.
The 3rd International "Metrology for LNG" Workshop is organized by: