Canadian Crude Quality Technical Association - Project - TVP-RVP Relationship
TVP-RVP Relationship

This project is examining the relationship between true vapor pressure and Reid vapor pressure. The exising API nomograph was developed using weathered crude oils, whereas today all crude oils are stabilized and none are weathered. This shift in technology has rendered the API nomograph inaccurate, and a new relationship is desired to accurately reflect todays crude oil production and technology.

CCQTA Project Proposal - TVP&RVP Correlation.pdf
CCQTA New Projects Meeting Minutes - March 2012.pdf
CCQTA New Projects Meeting Minutes - September 2012.pdf
CCQTA Project Proposal - TVP&RVP Correlation.pdf
2012 12 18 - CCQTA Project Update - Crude Oil TVP Determination.pdf
CCQTA TVP RVP Update 2013 Jul 11.pdf

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