Determination of Vapor Pressure in Crude Oil, using VPCRx ASTM D6377.
Effective April 1, 2015, under Rule Order 25417, North Dakota producers must make sure that the Vapor Pressure of the crude oil is less than 13.7 psi before the product is transported. Intertek’s new State of the Art Laboratory in Bismarck, ND is ready for NDIC 25417, providing
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Order No. 25417 requires that the operator of an applicable production facility shall submit a Sundry Notice (Form 4) to the Director within 15 days of the test date, to include a VPCR4 (100ºF) instrument printout, together with details of the operating capacities, pressures, and temperatures of all well site conditioning equipment at the time of the sampling, and that the sampling must be performed by ASTM D3700 or ASTM D5842 (joint standard with API MPMS 8.4).
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