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Webinar: Characterisation of Hydrocarbons in Shale Rocks
Jul 17 2018 Read 2135 Times
Despite advances in bio-based conversion technologies, hydrocarbon-based petroleum continues to be the most cost-effective energy source. However, the search for and the development of new oil and gas sources has become more and more complex. Rock Evaluation Pyrolysis (REP) which determines Total Organic Carbon (TOC) takes several hours to perform and consequently, is not used for real-time, field analysis. Some laboratories solvent extract the sample before analysis, but the most organic material is not accessible via traditional liquid extraction techniques.
Join Quantum Analytics and our partner Frontier Laboratories for a webinar on Tuesday, August 21 at 11:00 a.m. PT (2:00 p.m. ET) to discuss thermal extraction-GC/MS technique and the method map for material characterisation, and its use in analysing hydrocarbons in shale rocks.
Benefits of the thermal extraction GC/MS technique will be outlined during webinar:
- Simplified sample preparation
- Improved accuracy of the organic determination
- Detailed information on precisely what chemical species are present
- Ability to perform rock evaluation pyrolysis and biochemical speciation on the same system
Other Petrochemical Webinars:
Peering into Crude Oil: Using NMR to Fuel Your Quality and Profits
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) spectroscopy is an incredible useful tool for analysing crude oil and other petroleum products. Where other analytical tools suffer when trying to measure viscous, dark, and complex crude samples, lab and process NMR systems stand up to the challenge when it comes to these demanding samples. In this webinar, we highlight NMR systems that utilise a highly stable permanent magnet that removes the need for cryogenics. We present results from measuring both physical properties (API Gravity, Boiling Points, cloud points) and chemical properties (water, sulfur, aromatics). Watch Webinar Now.
The Importance of Standards in Your Quality Control Program
For the petroleum industry, crude oil quality and integrity is vital from production all the way to the refinery. Ensuring that the chemical and physical properties meet the specifications of pipeline, blending operations, and the refinery maximises production and minimises potential down time and energy usages of off-spec crude oil. To monitor your measurement system means to have a certain level of quality assurance in your business. We’ll discuss how using standards to support your QC program will help you manage change effectively, avoid costly mistakes, increase customer loyalty and get the most out of your equipment investment. Register for Webinar Now.
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