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Abstract Submission

The Technical Committee, comprised of leading flow measurement experts, is interested in papers representing all aspects of flow measurement, however the following topics are particularly relevant:


  • The future of flow measurement: Users perspective
  • Flow Measurement Innovation
  • Flow Measurement innovation within the energy transition
  • New fuels into existing infrastructure
  • Flow Measurement Digitisation
  • Measurement of Waste Streams (Emissions/Produced Water)

Abstract Submission Deadline Extended!

We appreciate that there has been a lot of uncertainty recently while people from all industries adjust to different working patterns due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

As such we have extended the abstract submission deadline for the North Sea Flow Measurement Workshop until 24 April.

This means there is still time to submit your idea for an abstract and the opportunity to present your technical expertise to over 300 flow measurement specialists from around the world.


  • Format of Delivery
    We appreciate that time and company approval are issues for many of you, so there are two options in which you can deliver material for the Workshop:
    1. A full written technical paper or an extended abstract for presentation during the technical session of the Workshop which will be published in the proceedings.  Your presentation timeslot will be 20 minutes with a 5-10 minute chaired question and answer session.  The Presenting Authors of accepted abstracts will be expected to attend the Workshop and deliver their presentation in English.
    2. A slot within the Workshop Poster Session which involves the Presenting Author discussing the abstract during the poster session.  You have the option to submit a full written technical paper or 2-page executive summary to supplement your poster which will be published in the proceedings.  This option is suitable for more theoretical and/or academic papers.
    Your abstract should be 200-600 maximum words in length with optional supporting material of tables and figures.
    Please note, due to the high number of submissions expected, some contributors may be invited to present their work in a different format from that initially submitted.
  • Key Dates

    Abstract Submission: 24 April 2020

    Notification of Acceptance: 18 May 2020

    Receipt of Extended Abstract/Paper & Speaker Bio: 14 September 2020

    Submission of PowerPoint: 5 October 2020

    We regret that failure to meet the paper and presentation deadlines will result in the Workshop Committee withdrawing your paper/poster from the Workshop programme.

  • Call for Abstracts (Download)
  • Abstract Guidelines (Download)



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