Yang, M.

NEL, Glasgow, UK

Dr. Ming Yang is the environmental consultancy services manager at NEL, a provider of technical consultancy, research, testing and program management services. Since joining NEL in 1998, he has been responsible for over 30 international conferences related to produced water, oil-in-water measurement and multiphase separation. Dr. Yang has also initiated and led several joint industry projects, and has presented and chaired many produced water-related events. In addition to publishing a book chapter on oil in produced water measurement, he has established a one-day training course that has been conducted numerous times globally. He was one of two authors who originally drafted the UK guidance notes on sampling and analysis of produced water and other hydrocarbon discharges. He joined NEL after working at Heriot-Watt University, where he was involved in research projects related to produced water characterization and re-injection. He also conducted research projects related to production chemicals and multiphase separation at the University of Manchester.

Understand the sources of oil pollution in water

Yang, M., NEL

Oil in water is one of the most common types of water pollution.