Design For :

Designed For

As a wide ranging overview, it is suitable for interested parties, such as geologists, reservoir engineers, line managers, and sales or business development staff; related specialists like environmental staff, operational staff, and shift foremen; those new to the industry, such as entry-level (1-2 year) engineers; or anyone interested in a general, technically-oriented overview of the gas processing industry.

You Will Learn

You will learn
  • An overview of natural gas and world energy trends
  • Natural gas sources, makeup, properties, specifications, and related oil and gas terminology
  • Markets and uses for NGL, LPG, ethane, propane, and butane
  • Summary of gas processing costs, and commercial and contract issues in liquids extraction
  • How gas is transported and sold
  • Overview of the common equipment used in the oil and gas industry, including heat exchangers, pumps, and compressors
  • Options for various basic gas conditioning and processing steps, including acid gas removal, dehydration, liquid extraction, product fractionation, LNG overview, pipelines, sulfur recovery, and acid gas injection

Course Content

Course Content
  • Natural gas and world energy trends
  • Hydrocarbon components and physical properties
  • The role of gas processing in the natural gas value chain
  • Heat transfer equipment
  • Pumps and compressors
  • Acid gas removal
  • Gas dehydration
  • NGL extraction
  • Fractionation and stabilization
  • LNG
  • Pipelines and storage
  • Sulfur recovery and acid gas injection