This document provides an overview of existing and alternative methods for in situ validation of MPFMs. Operational factors and realistic expectations will be considered for evaluating possible error sources and making informed corrections based on validation results. The purpose of this document is solely for guidance on the validation of MPFMs, which is a comparison of the MPFM(s) to a reference system. This document is not intended to supersede regulatory requirements, commercial agreements or industry standards.
OOC engaged both the USCG D8 and BSEE in late 2015 concerning an emerging policy for vessels conducting well intervention operations. At that time the OOC expressed concern that they policy did not recognize the complexity and variety of well intervention activities on the OCS and that a risk-based approach would be more appropriate. The OOC, several of its member company representatives, USCG and BSEE then engaged in a series of meetings that led to the Framework being completed in May 2017.
Surface Commingling & Production Measurement Application Guidelines