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Michael Brunton

Global Technical Advisor, Testing and Subsea , Halliburton

Started his Career in 1992 employed by AMEC as a commissioning engineer working on various offshore platforms in the UK and Norwegian sector of the North sea. Mike joined Halliburton’s well test department in 1998 and progressed through the department to service supervisor, He then moved to Halliburton’s Multiphase flow meter product line in 2001 where he commissioned the first system for Halliburton in the middle east. By 2002, Mike was responsible for the successful deployments of MPFM technology and personnel in the Global market. Most recent, In his current role he is responsible for the management and to evaluate MPFM applications by project basis providing technical expertise globally for MPFM projects and also aspects of research and development in the global market.

Bridging the Gap in Flow Measurement

Multi-Phase & Wet Gas Flow Metering

Abstract: The need for Multiphase flow measurement in the Oil and Gas production industry has been evident for many years. A number of such meters have been developed since the early eighties by research organizations, meter manufactures, Oil and Gas production companies etc.. Different technologies and various combinations of technologies have been employed, and prototypes have been quite dissimilar in design and function. Some lines of developments have been abandoned for a number of reasons, whereas a number of Multiphase flow meters have become commercially available and are still operating successfully in the industry.

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