EffecTech is pleased to announce the publication of a new case study by EURAMET about EffecTech’s ISO 17025 accredited liquefier for the calibration of spectroscopic instruments, such as Raman, for measuring liquefied natural gas (LNG).
Find out more about the calibration of direct measurement devices for LNG at EffecTech. For more information, please contact us.
Since natural gas emits fewer lower greenhouse gases than other fossil fuels, it is a key transition fuel in the global move towards Net Zero. As demand for LNG increases and gas prices soar, accurate measurements with low uncertainties are vital for confidence in custody transfer. The case study shows how the liquefier operates, using seven different ISO 17025 accredited reference gas mixtures which are then condensed into liquid into which the optical probe is inserted. The instrument then measures the composition and the results are compared to the known liquid composition. This calibration of direct measurement LNG analysers avoids the issues of fractionation and enrichment which can occur when using a gas chromatograph and vaporiser for composition measurement. The improved confidence in measurements provided by EffecTech’s liquefier is “essential for LNG to remain a cleaner alternative to other petrochemical products until Europe achieves its future goal of climate neutrality”.
EURAMET is the Regional Metrology Organisation (RMO) of Europe, which coordinates the cooperation of National Metrology Institutes (NMI) in Europe in fields such as research in metrology, traceability of measurements to the SI units, international recognition of national measurement standards and related Calibration and Measurement Capabilities (CMC). Find out more on their website.
EMPIR is the European Metrology Programme for Innovation and Research which coordinates metrology research projects related to the SI system of measurement units. Find out more on their website.