GPA Midstream’s School of Gas Chromatography is held annually in August at the University of Tulsa (Oklahoma) and has proven to be one of the best available worldwide. GPA Midstream’s Analysis, Test Methods & Product Specifications Committee manages, directs and conducts the school. The 2020 school will be held the University of Tulsa (Tulsa, Okla.). Dates will be posted soon.
What We Teach
The school covers basic gas and gas-liquid chromatography with an introduction to extended analysis. This is a hands-on school directed toward chromatograph operators, measurement technicians and engineers involved with chromatography. The school will consist of a combination of lectures, demonstrations and chromatograph operation. Lectures will be minimal, approximately one to two hours per day, and emphasis is placed on machine demonstration and operation. Both natural gas and natural gas liquid samples will be analyzed.
The GPA Midstream School of Gas Chromatography has five primary purposes:
Lecture topics include:
Students are responsible for making their own hotel reservations, and GPA Midstream reserves a block of rooms for students and instruactors at the Doubletree at Warren Place. Reservation details will become available in late spring.
Registered students may obtain a refund less a $100 cancellation fee if GPA Midstream receives a written cancellation notice by 5 p.m. Central time 30 days prior to the course start date. Refunds will not be given after that deadline. A registration may be transferred at no cost with a written request by the same deadline. Transfers are allowed after the deadline but will incur a $100 fee.
Contact the GPA Midstream office for more information: (918) 493-3872.