46th GPA Midstream Gas Chromatography School

Registration is open for the 46th GPA Midstream School of Gas Chromatography, scheduled for Aug. 12 – 16, at the University of Tulsa in Oklahoma.

GPA Midstream’s Analysis, Test Methods and Product Specifications committee manages, directs and conducts the annual school focused on benefiting chromatograph operators, measurement technicians and engineers involved with these analytical techniques. The instruction covers basic gas and gas liquid chromatography with an introduction to extended analysis.

All of the reference materials needed for the school are included in the registration fee and are for the students to keep. Early bird registration by July 11 costs $700 for GPA Midstream and GPSA members, and $1,000 for non-members. Standard registration rates apply after July 11, costing $100 more for each group.

The five-day school consists of a combination of lectures, demonstrations and chromatograph operation, with an emphasis being placed on hands-on machine demonstration and operation. Both natural gas and natural gas liquid samples are analyzed.

To learn more and to register, visit www.GPAmidstream.org/education/gas-chromatography-school.

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