Multiphase Measurements In Practice

Disciplines: Reservoir

Course Description

This course covers a brief introduction to multiphase measurements. This will include their value proposition, hardware selection with placement considerations and integration of the hardware and data. It will further focus on 3-phase in-line measurements and not necessarily on measurement after partial separation.

Learning Level


Course Length

0.5 Day

Why Attend

Measurement of produced assets (gas, oil and water) is essential for reservoir maintenance, production optimization, marketing, and other disciplines. When assets change hands, a robust understanding of the measurement, its uncertainty, benefits and challenges with these measurements enable the parties to make the right decisions. Engineers will be better able to make decisions on type of meter to be used for their projects.

Who Attends

Reservoir engineers who are the end users of multiphase measurements, facilities engineers who enable hardware and data integration, production and measurement specialists responsible for appropriate operation of the meters.

Special Requirements

Students must bring their own laptops.


0.4 CEUs (Continuing Education Units) are awarded for this 1/2-day course.

Cancellation Policy

All cancellations must be received no later than 14 days prior to the course start date. Cancellations made after the 14-day window will not be refunded. Refunds will not be given due to no show situations.

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We reserve the right to substitute course instructors as necessary.


Nikhil Joshi has 20+ years of experience in the upstream oil and gas industry in production, reservoir facilities, and asset management. He was responsible for the management and operations of over 90 multiphase and wet gas meters deployed worldwide. Nikhil led the flow assurance team at Anadarko for 10 years, supported production teams on 10 offshore facilities in the Gulf of Mexico, and contributed towards several greenfield and brownfield developments. He has managed both offshore conventional and Delaware basin unconventional assets. He is a chemical engineer from the University of Houston, has an ALM (Finance) in Extension Studies from Harvard University, and has published over 50 papers and presentations.