2020 Fall Committee on Petroleum Measurement Standards Meeting
When: October 19, 2020 - October 23, 2020
Hyatt Regency Tamaya, Santa Ana Pueblo, New Mexico and Virtually
We are currently planning to hold the 2020 Fall Committee on Petroleum Measurement Standards Meeting as an in-person meeting and virtually where appropriate. Program available in late July
Reason for AttendingThis is an invaluable opportunity to be a part of how the U.S. petroleum industry develops and maintains state-of-the-art standards Here are just some of the benefits you’ll gain by participating:
- You will have access to technical committee meetings covering API standards and best practices used throughout the industry to promote safe and environmentally sound operations.
- You will learn about the latest research and development on measurement techniques and equipment, including future R&D efforts that may benefit your business in the long run.
- You will have many opportunities to make contacts with your colleagues and establish new business connections
Logistics: Arnetta Smith, 202-682-8149 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Program: David Miller, 202-682-8159 or email@example.com
Program: Paula Watkins, 202-682-8197 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Membership status: Lillie Saunders, 202-682-8475, email@example.com
We are currently planning to hold the 2020 Fall Committee on Petroleum Measurement Standards Meeting as an in-person meeting and virtually where appropriate. Program available in late JulyThe Committee on Petroleum Measurement, COPM, is responsible for ~180 standards used worldwide for custody transfer operations. The technical subcommittees that report to the COPM are:
- Committee on Liquid Measurement
- Committee on Gas Fluid Measurement
- Committee on Production Measurement & Allocation
- Committee on Measurement Quality
- Committee on Measurement Accountability
- Committee on Evaporative Loss Estimation
- Committee on Measurement Education & Training
Who Should AttendIndustry professionals including:
- Loss/Control Specialists
- Sales and Marketing Managers
- Measurement Specialists
- Measurement Auditors
- Oil Producers
- Refining and Marketing Firms
Sponsor an Attendee
Share your standards expertise with the next generation of oil and natural gas professionals by providing a complimentary registration. The cost is free and your sponsored attendee is welcomed at all 2019 API Standards meetings.
Complimentary registration is limited to first-time attendees only. Those persons must be sponsored, and accompanied, by a prior API standards meeting participant from the same company. Pre-registration is required. All hotel and travel expenses are the responsibility of the participant/attendee. You may only register two sponsored attendees, and on-site registration cannot be accepted for them.
Hyatt Regency Tamaya
1300 Tuyuna Trail
Santa Ana Pueblo, NM
Room Rate: $255 single or double occupancy
Mention the Fall Petroleum Measurement Standards Meeting (G-APII), to receive the API group rate.
Reservations questions? If you need additional assistance, please call 1-800-233-1234 (central reservations). You may also call the hotel directly at 505-867-1234 and ask for in-house reservations if you have difficulty making online reservations or have specific questions.
Reservations Deadline: September 28, 2020 by 5:00 pm, CT, or until room block is sold out.
After this date and time, reservations will be accepted on a space and room type availability basis and at the hotel's best rate available.
NOTE: The daily resort fee has been waived.
Room Guarantee and Reservation Cancellation: A credit card guarantee is required to confirm and hold each individual’s reservation. Cancellations must be received by the hotel at least twenty-four (24) hours prior to arrival and a cancellation number must be obtained or the card will be charged for the first night’s room rate. Hotel is responsible for informing guests of this requirement. API assumes no responsibility. Any payments received by the hotel as a result of late cancellations or no-shows will be credited to API’s room block for attrition purposes.