Webinar: All-In-One Rapid Natural Gas Raman Analyzer
Raman spectroscopy is gaining more traction in the analysis of industrial processes, due to the speed of measurement and the stability of the device. Natural gas is an important energy source, and its accurate analysis is essential to producers. Raman spectroscopy requires no consumables and can analyze C1-C6+, nitrogen, and CO2 in seconds. Furthermore, data analysis can be simplified to simple peak integration routines. This webinar will present case studies of the use of a mobile Raman analyzer in a truck bed performing compositional analysis at wellhead sites and a comparison of results between Raman and gas chromatography.
Key Learning Objectives:
- Understand the significance of Raman spectroscopy in industrial processes and its advantages, such as speed and device stability.
- Learn how to integrate process Raman spectroscopy into industrial processes.
- Compare and contrast the results obtained through Raman spectroscopy with those from Gas Chromatography (GC) in the context of natural gas analysis.
Who Should Attend:
- Energy professionals performing compositional analysis
- Engineers and lab technicians
- Quality control and process optimization professionals
In his 35-year career, John Richmond has worked in senior technology roles for Bruker Corporation as VP NIR & Process Technology, Brimrose Corporation where John was responsible for the AOTF NIR products and LT Industries, a dispersive NIR company. In this time, John has implemented Raman, NIR & FTIR technology into many diverse markets including oil & gas, chemicals, pharma & biopharma, and food. John has a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry from Greenwich University, London. John has been the sales director for MarqMetrix, now a part of Thermo Fisher Scientific since 2018.