Measurement of Oil in Produced Water

@inproceedings{Yang2011MeasurementOO,
  title={Measurement of Oil in Produced Water},
  author={Ming Long Yang},
  year={2011}
}
The measurement of oil in produced water is important for both process control and reporting to regulatory authorities. The concentration of oil in produced water is a method-dependent parameter, which is traditionally evaluated using reference methods based on infrared (IR) absorption or gravimetric analysis, although Gas Chromatography and Flame Ionisation Detection (GC-FID) have recently become more accepted. This chapter will give a brief overview of hydrocarbon chemistry and discuss the… CONTINUE READING

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