A national standard document from Measurement Canada, based on experimental data, is available for the liquid phase anhydrous ammonia product – the experimental data is defined in “The Thermodynamic Properties of Ammonia, by L. Haar and S.J. Gallagher, Journal of Physics Chemistry Ref. Data, Volume 7, No. 3, 1978”. A quantity conversion implementation is now available as part of our BCP solution, which utilizes all VCF table values of this national standard, as an advanced development (AD) with note 000102.
The QuantityWare development team has completed the implementation of a high pressure hydrogen quantity conversion solution on 23.05.2022. This implementation will be shipped as Advanced Development in Q3 2022 – after the now following 2 months testing and test scenario definition phase. All details can be found in our Hydrogen FAQ.
With this solution in place, pipeline flow data (hydrogen volumes at any given flowing temperature and flowing pressure) can be converted to standardized volume and mass quantity values. Masses are the financial reference quantity value when trading hydrogen.
As described in Chapter 3. Of the BCS 3.0 Release Notes (see link) a sophisticated monitoring framework has been shipped with the latest CSP (BCS 30B-01 and BCS 30A-02) utilizing SAP CCMS Monitoring capabilities. Implementation of this framework requires expert knowledge of SAP CCMS.
Examples are described in our working paper (see link), which has now been published.
ABNT NBR 5992 has been revised and published in November 2016 as ABNT NBR 5992 (2016). As explained in our previous news item, a new MQCI implementation of ABNT NBR 5992 (2016) is required. Today, the Advanced Development (AD) which supports ABNT NBR 5992 (2016) has been released to BCP customers with note 000108.
GPA 2172 has been reaffirmed and published as GPA 2172-19. QuantityWare confirms that BCG implementations for dry natural gas, that are based on the previous GPA 2172-09 version, comply with this new version.
As described in our news item from July 2021, API MPMS Chapter 12.2, 2nd Edition, Calculation of Petroleum Quantities Using Dynamic Measurement Methods and Volumetric Correction Factors, has been released in July 2021. With respect to any impact on the supported QuantityWare BCS calculation models, this new edition of API MPMS Chapter 12.2 does not deliver any relevant changes.
Due to strong industry demand, QuantityWare has defined a development strategy for hydrogen quantity conversions, which is published in note 000106. Planning for the first release in Q3 2022 of a high pressure hydrogen solution – as part of QuantityWare BCG 3.0 – has been made as part of this strategy and already published in a separate news item.
ABNT NBR 5992 has been revised and published in November 2016 as ABNT NBR 5992 (2016). QuantityWare has carefully analyzed this latest version. The basic formulas for calculation of the alcohol densities and mass proportions did not change when compared with the 2008 version; however, the definition of the volume correction factor (VCF) changed between the 2008 and 2016 version. The 2008 version requires the multiplication of the densities related VCF with the expansion coefficient of stainless steel (0.000036 / °C). The 2016 version does not contain this storage device correction any longer. Thus, a new MQCI implementation of ABNT NBR 5992 (2016) will be delivered by QuantityWare as an Advanced Development (AD) in Q3 2022.
It is unfortunate but true, organisations are being exposed to greater risk of increasingly creative multi-level attack and such forms of attack are becoming more automated and available to a wider group of criminals. This article in the blog “Protect2S-SAP Security automation” succinctly describes the high risk that SAP Oil & Gas systems are exposed to if using “CALL SYSTEM” for their quantity conversions calculations. See this FAQ for more detail.
QuantityWare will start development of a high pressure hydrogen quantity conversion solution on 01.03.2022. This implementation will be shipped as Advanced Development in Q3 2022 – all details can be found in our Hydrogen FAQ. With this solution in place, pipeline flow data (hydrogen volumes at any given flowing temperature and flowing pressure) can be converted to standardized volume and mass quantity values. Masses are the financial reference quantity value when trading hydrogen. Customers and consultants who wish to participate in the specification of this development are invited to share their requirements until 15.02.2022 with our development team.
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Standards Update – Brazilian Standard RESOLUÇÃO ANP No 894 / C.N.P. No. 6 – 70
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Hydrogen Blending of Natural Gas