Allocation is a continuous process based on flow or volume measurements, which defines the distribution of contributing sources, often with a final calculation per day, which in turn forms the basis of a daily production report in the case of a hydrocarbon-producing field. In addition, the attribution process can be designed to distribute a flow of several products of the different ingredients or phase fractions, for example.B. when the associated gas and water are fed by a flow of crude oil and each fraction within the mixed flow or storage is shared between the contributors and their assets. A traditional allocation practice is to calculate the quantities of crude oil, natural gas condensate and produced water based on the measurement results of regular and temporary drilling tests. Natural gas flows from pure gas drilling are usually measured continuously on or near different wellheads. For example, for the allocation of oil and gas drilling, Newfoundland and Labrador and Nova Scotia offshore, drilling and production rules require an accuracy of ±5%. Multi-phase flow meters were used for the application of allocation measures, in particular for underwater production systems. These devices are able to deduce the proportion and flow rate of each fluid phase. In his practice, Austin Lee focuses on representing and advising clients in the acquisition and disposal of oil and gas real estate, saltwater disposal properties, storage facilities, platforms and other facilities.