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Gas Processing

Overview of Gas Processing

Introduction

This course is Participants a broad technical audience. It provides an overview of important aspects of gas processing from basic terminology to process types and their application range


Objectives

By the end of this course participants will learn:

  • Oil and gas facilities terminology.
  • To identify key commercial and contract issues.
  • How gas is transported and sold.
  • The difference between various gas conditioning and processing technologies.
  • To summarize gas measurement.
  • To explain the extraction and uses of Propane, Butane, NGL and LPG.
  • How gas processing fits into the value chain for hydrocarbon products.
  • To identify the key pieces of equipment used in a natural gas production facility.

Target Audience

Geologists, reservoir engineers, line managers, operational staff, shift foremen, those new to the industry such as entry-level engineers or anyone interested in a solid understanding of the principles of the gas processing industry.


Gas Processing Outline

The course covers the following topics:

  • Industry overview
  • Gas processing fundamentals
  • Terminology
  • Chemistry of oil and gas
  • Markets, gas contracts and specifications
  • Demand patterns and load factors
  • Technical fundamentals, e.g. physical properties and phase behavior
  • Oil and gas production facilities
  • Hydrates, hydrate inhibition
  • Gas dehydration
  • Gas sweetening and sulfur recovery
  • Acid gas reinjection
  • Natural gas liquids and dew point control
  • Nitrogen rejection and helium recovery
  • Fractionation and stabilization
  • Heat exchange and compression

  
  

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GP01 Kuwait 6-9-2020 10-9-2020