Achieve an over all understanding about practical planning, design, specification and operation of the gas processing and production systems
This course will deal with the practical planning, design, specification and operation of the gas processing and production systems. A broad approach is taken with the topics. To enhance the learning process, many problems will be reviewed and discussed throughout the course. The course can be tailored and specified for both upstream and downstream activities.
Benefits of Attending this Workshop
By attending this course, you will be able to:
SELECTION and evaluation of processes used to dehydrate natural gas, and meet hydrocarbon dewpoint specifications
APPLICATION of gas engineering and technology in facilities and gas plants
Important SPECIFICATION for gas, NGL and condensate
HOW to apply physical/thermodynamic property correlations and principles to the operation, design and evaluation of gas processing facilities
PRACTICAL equipment sizing methods for major process equipment
To EVALUATE technical validity of discussions related to gas processing
To RECOGANIZE and DEVELOP solutions to example operating problems and control issues in gas processing facilities
TROUBLESHOOTING of Gas dehydration system and HC liquid dewatering system (TPC, PMC) including optimizing and monitoring of glycol losing, managing dew point/water specification.
TROUBLESHOOTING of process related failures in dew point/WIC analyzers
Who Should Attend
Production and processing personnel involved with natural gas and associated liquids to acquaint or reacquaint themselves with gas conditioning and processing unit operations. This course is for facilities engineers, process engineers, senior operations personnel, field supervisors and engineers that select, design, install, evaluate or operate gas processing plants and related facilities.