Monday, 14 March 2016

The latest study on gas flow measurement!

Have you ever wondered how large the gas flow measurement market is or which flowmeter technologies are leading in this market?

The answer to these questions and many more are contained in a newly published gas flow study: Core Study: The World Market for Gas Flow Measurement, 3rd Edition. Flow Reasearch developed the data for this study over the last nine months the result of reasearch involving the sending of 500 questionnaires on the gas flowmeter market. This data is compiled into a 606 page study that is chock full of valuable market size and forecast numbers, charts, trends, product analyses, and company profiles. It is an indispensable publication for any company involved in the gas flow measurement market today.

Gas flow measurement is especially important today, as companies are turning to natural gas as a cleaner alternative to oil. And natural gas has to be measured at many different points along distribution channel. It is measured at the wellhead, gathering station, processing plant, along the pipeline, and in the distribution channels to the point of use. Many of these are custody transfer measurements, which provide special opportunities to suppliers of Coriolis, ultrasonic, turbine, and differential pressure flowmeters.

This study is part of a broader series of studies on gas flow measurement. Another very popular study is Module C: The World Market for Custody Transfer of Natural Gas. This study was published in October 2015.  It gives market shares, market size, 5-year forecasts, growth factors, and much more. It also tells which products and technologies are dominant. Custody transfer of natural gas is one of the fastest growing niche markets in the flowmeter industry.

The Core Study and Module C are two in a series of five gas flow studies that are designed to give a complete picture of the gas flow measurement market. For a more complete view of both studies and of the series visit their Gas Flows Site.

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