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: Oil & Gas Processing Plants: Design & Operations
: 03 Apr 2018 - 06 Apr 2018 || Time : 08.00 - 16.00
: The Amaroossa Hotel - Bandung
: Technical


After attending this training, the participants are expected to be able to:
  1. Understand the practical, technical and safety considerations of economical onshore and offshore production facilities
  2. How to operate, maintain, test and trouble‐shoot surface equipment used in surface production facilities, including process control and Safety systems.
  3. How to trouble‐shoot gathering stations, oil, emulsion treating, gas plants, water disposal/injection stations, pipelines, and measurement stations

1.    Fundamentals Controlling Production
    -    Physical Properties
    -    Basic Hydrocarbon Chemistry
    -    Hydrocarbon Fluid Mixtures
    -    Phase Behavior

2.    Overview of Production Processes
    -    Hydrocarbon reservoirs and reservoir fluid characteristics
    -    Oil and water handling facilities
    -    Gas handling facilities
    -    Process Description
    -    Operating Problems and Practical Solutions

3.    Separators and Pressure Vessels
    -    Factors affecting separation
    -    Separator construction
    -    Gas‐liquid separation (2‐Phase)
    -    Vessel operation
    -    Vessel internals
    -    Separator operation considerations
    -    Liquid‐liquid separation (3‐Phase)

4.    Emulsions and Oil treating
    -    Emulsion theory
    -    Factors affecting emulsion stability
    -    Emulsion treating methods
    -    Emulsion treating equipment
    -    FWKO’s
    -    Vertical/horizontal heater treaters

5.    Water Treatment
    -    Basic considerations
    -    Process considerations
    -    API Separators
    -    Skimmer Tanks and Vessels
    -    Induced Gas Flotation Units (Mechanical/Hydraulic)
    -    Hydrocyclones
    -    Filtration
    -    Solids removal principles
    -    Solids removal equipment

6.    Gas Sweetening
    -    Acid gas considerations
    -    Treating methods
    -    Process description
    -    Process selection

7.    Plant Piping and Pipelines
    -    Plant/Offshore facilities
    -    Gas pipelines and flowlines
    -    Liquid pipelines
    -    Pressure ratings
    -    Determination of spec breaks

8.    Measurement
    -    Inferred vs. direct measurement
    -    Accuracy
    -    Types of meters
    -    Differential pressure
    -    Positive displacement
    -    Ultrasonic measurement
    -    Turbine meters
    -    ACT Unit Components and Operation
    -    Basis of meter proving

9.    Process Control and Safety Systems
    -    Elements of a process control system
    -    Control loops
    -    Control modes
    -    PID
    -    Advanced control
    -    Production Safety Systems
    -    Undesirable Events
    -    Safety Analysis
    -    SAFE Charts

Production Operator,  Chief and Panel Production Operator,  Production Supervisor


Please Contact Us


: The Amaroossa Hotel
: Bandung
: Jawa Barat

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