ProTrend – Fluid Meter Calibration – Volumetrics
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ProTrend is the best software for scheduling, validating and managing Fluid Composition Data and Meter Calibrations.
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With over 250,000 gas meters in its management portfolio, ProTrend is the North American leading solution for simplifying fluid analysis management.
What is ProTrend?
ProTrend is a web-enabled tool that simplifies fluid analysis and calibration data management. It improves the accuracy and integrity of calculations used in measurement and product allocation systems by ensuring that only validated and accurate sample or correction data is applied to users’ oil and gas production data.
The functionality of ProTrend far exceeds the capability offered by lab viewer software and allows users to store all analyses in a single database, independent of the lab that performs the analysis.
ProTrend is an accurate, low-cost, independent solution. It doesn’t matter which labs you use or who does your meter calibration. This application enables users to eliminate invalid or out-of-date fluid analyses, thereby reducing errors in revenue allocations.
How does ProTrend work?
ProTrend takes electronic data files from nearly any source and passes it through a rigorous validation process that employs client-controlled criteria. Data is objectively validated and those analyses or calibrations that meet a predetermined criteria are made available for immediate use without human intervention. Data that does not meet the criteria is flagged and held for review by a qualified user.
ProTrend provides clients with the ability to track, schedule and completely manage the entire fluid analysis process from a single repository, regardless of the lab that performed the analysis. Furthermore, ProTrend allows clients to easily manage the transfer of measurement data to information and revenue systems, which are dependant on fluid quality to perform accurate calculations. Manual entry of key data and associated keying errors are virtually eliminated.