PROCESS ENGINEERING DESIGN
This course applies fundamental Process principles and their applications to oil and gas facilities design.
• About well inflow performance and its impact on processing facilities
• About oil, gas, and water compositions and properties needed for equipment selection and sizing
• How to select and evaluate processes and equipment used to meet sales or disposal specifications
• How to apply physical and thermodynamic property correlations and principles to the design and evaluation of processing facilities
• How to perform equipment sizing calculations for major production facility separation equipment
• How to evaluate processing configurations for different applications
• How to recognize and develop solutions to operating problems in oil/water processing facilities
• Preparation of PFDs and block diagrams
• Preparation and review of P&IDs
• Sizing and pressure drop calculation of process lines.
• Sizing and selection of pressure relief valves.
• Sizing of separators, gas boost and other Process equipment.
• Overview of upstream oil and gas production operations
• Dehydration, Fluid properties and phase behavior
• Overview of artificial lift and water injection systems
• Phase separation of gas, oil, and water
• Crude stabilization, sweetening, storage, vapor recovery
• Crude oil storage and vapor recovery
• Overview of solution gas processing
• Relief and flare systems
• Process Safety Philosophy
• Process oriented AutoCAD Training
• Process simulation using HYSYS.
TRAINING FEE: #80,000
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