Western Energy Support & Technology, Inc. (WEST) is a holding company that was established in 1992. Currently, the WEST corporation is made up of the following companies: CEESI, CEESIowa, Flow Systems, CEESmaRT, and RT Technical Solutions. These companies provide the fluid flow measurement industry with expertise in calibration, consulting, communication, and manufacturing.



Colorado Engineering Experiment Station, Inc. (CEESI) is located in Nunn, Colorado. The CEESI facility performs NIST traceable primary and secondary calibration for numerous types of flow meters and fluids. In addition to quality calibrations, CEESI offers calibration-related engineering services, valve testing, wet gas testing, and a wide range of flow measurement training services. Learn more about CEESI at www.ceesi.com or LinkedIn.

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CEESIowa is an extension of CEESI and is located on a custody transfer pipeline near Garner, Iowa. CEESIowa provides NIST traceable primary and secondary calibration for large diameter flowmeters that require high Reynolds number ranges. Calibrations are performed with quality natural gas that exceeds a throughput of 2.4 billion cubic feet per day. Learn more about CEESIowa at www.ceesi.com or LinkedIn.


Flow Systems Inc. designs and manufactures several types of Primary Element Flowmeters that when calibrated and instrumented, will provide accurate, NIST traceable, repeatable results. Located at the base of the Rocky Mountains in Berthoud, CO; Flow Systems Inc. produce a full range of products for flow measurement and control. Learn more about Flow Systems Inc. at www.flowsystemsinc.com.


RT Technical Solutions (RTTS) is a multi-faceted company that is specialized in hydrocarbon measurement issues and control. RTTS is located in Nederland, TX and provides professional consulting on all levels of preplanned projects, critically reviews for potential problems, and implements measurement equipment installations with precision accuracy, thus enabling projects to flow seamlessly. Learn more about RTTS at www.rttechnicalsolutions.com.


CEESmaRT is a monitoring system service comprised of hardware and software working together to remotely verify the performance of meter stations. Hardware is installed at the measurement station to monitor and analyze measurement equipment in near real-time. The hardware identifies and communicates measurement problems hourly for further, more detailed analysis, alarming and reporting. Learn more about CEESmaRT at www.ceesmart.com.


For more information about WEST, please contact David Seidl at (970) 624-6851 or dseidl@westenergytech.com or visit our LinkedIn page.

The WEST offices are located at:

1635 Foxtrail Drive
Loveland, CO 80538

industry support

WEST employees work with other organizations to promote the flow measurement industry. A variety of engineers and managers participate as committee members of the following organizations:

American Gas Association (AGA)
American Petroleum Institute (API)
American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)
International School of Hydrocarbon Measurement (ISHM)
American School of Gas Measurement Technologies (ASGMT)
Appalachian Gas Measurement Short Course (AGMSC)
Western Gas Measurement Short Course (WGMSC)
Acadiana Flow Measurement Society (AFMS)
North American Fluid Flow Measurement Council (NAFFMC)

The North American Fluid Flow Measurement Council (NAFFMC) organizes the International Symposium on Fluid Flow Measurement (ISFFM) every three to four years. ISFFM is a symposium where industrial research laboratories, universities, government laboratories, and industrial field study teams present information on a wide variety of research and technology topics associated with fluid flow measurement. CEESI has served as the secretariat for ISFFM since 1999. Learn more about ISFFM at www.isffm.org.

CEESI has worked with other organizations to develop the Measurement Library. This library is a collection of over 68,000 bibliographic references and downloadable documents related to flow measurement. The Measurement Library can be found at www.measurementlibrary.com.


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