Process Facilities

This web-based training course on Process Facilities functionality, administration and development, is available online to all individuals, institutions, corporates and enterprises in India (New Delhi NCR, Bangalore, Chennai, Kolkatta), US, UK, Canada, Australia, Singapore, United Arab Emirates (UAE), China and South Africa. No matter where you are located, you can enroll for any training with us - because all our training sessions are delivered online by live instructors using interactive, intensive learning methods.

The oil and gas processing and production facilities in any refinery and petro-organization is one of the key components in the oil and gas supply chain. The oil and gas production facilities are included and featured in the various different upstream and downstream operations. Professionals working in these process facilities should have expertise in working both onshore and offshore facilities and also have the skills for designing and operating various different types of oil and gas production and processing facilities at par with the global standards. A number of different elements are involved in these this domain including production facility types, processes utilized, equipments used, hydrocarbon phase behavior characteristics, various reservoir types, products specifications and the associated processes. Additionally, various other product facility considerations should be taken into consideration such as process safety and downstream processing and the resulting production facility selection process and operation.


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Course Details

This oil production and process facilities online training course is structured to provide the requisite knowledge of oil production facilities beginning from the wellhead to the delivery of specified crude oil products. In the course, both onshore and offshore facilities are discussed in detail and both water treating and water injection systems are covered. The course also covers advanced aspects of solution gas handling processes and equipments along with emulsion treatment, sand handling and wax and asphaltenes is also covered in detail. This petroleum process facilities online training course is in line with the G-4 Gas conditioning and processing course and focuses on the gas handling aspects of the upstream oil and gas facilities domain. To successfully complete this course, some basic knowledge of the oil and petroleum industry and processing is required.


Overview Of The Industry

  • qualitative phase behavior and reservoirs
  • hydrocarbon properties and terminology
  • sales/disposal specifications
  • Flowlines, piping and gathering
  • Production separation
  • Water injection (including pumps)
  • Gas - compression
  • Gas - dehydration
  • Measurement and storage
  • facilities considerations - utilities, process safety
  • gas processing
  • pipelines
  • LNG

Concept Selection and Specification in Field Development Projects

  • Reservoir types, fluid properties, and facility specifications
  • Flowlines, gathering systems, flow assurance, and production separation
  • dehydration and stabilization of oil
  • treating and water injection systems
  • compression, dehydration, and sweetening
  • artificial lift systems, and secondary and tertiary recovery projects
  • gas processing, pipelines, product storage, and LNG
  • utility systems, process safety and asset integrity, and environmental regulations

Oil Production & Processing Facilities

  • reservoirs and well inflow performance
  • artificial lift
  • Processing configurations
  • Fluid compositions, properties and phase behavior
  • Phase separation of gas, oil, and water
  • Emulsions
  • Sand, wax, and asphaltenes
  • Field desalting
  • Crude stabilization and sweetening
  • Crude oil storage and vapor recovery
  • Measurement of crude oil
  • Transportation of crude oil
  • Compressors
  • Relief and flare systems

Corrosion Management in Production/Processing Operations

  • Basics of corrosion theory
  • causes of corrosion
  • Forms of corrosion damage
  • Materials choice
  • coatings & linings
  • Cathodic protection
  • Corrosion inhibitors
  • Corrosion monitoring and inspection
  • Corrosion in processing facilities
  • Corrosion in injection systems
  • Corrosion management strategy

Process Utility Systems

  • Process heating systems
  • Steam
  • Hot oil
  • Glycol and water
  • Process cooling systems
  • Process drains - open and closed
  • Power generation and distribution
  • Instrument/Plant air and breathing air
  • Fresh & potable water
  • Fuel systems
  • Inert gas systems
  • Utilities energy considerations
  • Utilities management issues

Separation Equipment - Selection & Sizing - Formerly "Process Vessels Specification and Design"

  • Fluid properties & phase behavior
  • Phase separation processes
  • Gas–liquid separation equipment
  • Slug catchers
  • Conventional separators (horizontal & vertical)
  • Scrubbers
  • Filter separators/coalescing filters
  • Separator internals
  • Mist extractors
  • Baffles, weirs, etc
  • Emulsions
  • Oil–water separation equipment
  • Conventional 3-phase separators & freewater knockouts
  • Wash tanks
  • Oil treating & desalting equipment
  • Mechanical design
  • Wall thickness & vessel weight
  • Relief requirements

Heat Transfer Equipment

  • Typical process heating & cooling
  • Heat transfer principles
  • Shell and tube exchangers
  • Compact heat exchangers
  • Brazed aluminum exchangers
  • Air coolers
  • Fired equipment (furnace type & fire-tube)
  • Typical instrumentation control scheme

Onshore Gas Gathering Systems: Design & Operation

  • Gas well performance & deliverability
  • Basics of gas well deliquification methods
  • Gathering system/abandonment pressure on reserves recovery
  • Produced fluids composition
  • Chemical inhibition
  • Multiphase flow basics
  • Corrosion/materials selection
  • Gathering system layout
  • Wellsite/field facilities options
  • Provisions for future compression

Troubleshooting Oil And Gas Processing Facilities

  • Troubleshooting fundamentals and data reconciliation
  • Gas - Liquid separators
  • Reciprocating compressors
  • Amine gas sweetening
  • Glycol dehydration units
  • 3-phase separators
  • Centrifugal pumps
  • Centrifugal compressors
  • Molecular sieve dehydration units
  • NGL recovery processes

CO2 Surface Facilities

  • Basics of CO2 injection and process facilities
  • CO2 for enhanced oil recovery
  • Physical and thermodynamic properties of CO2
  • Materials selection and design consideration
  • Process vessel specification
  • Fluid flow
  • Dehydration of CO2 and CO2-rich gases
  • Basic overview of processes to treat recovered CO2
Live Instructor-led & Interactive Online Sessions


Regular Course

Duration : 40 Hours


Capsule Course

Duration : 4-8 Hours

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Training Options

OPTION 1

Weekdays- Cloud Based Training

Mon - Fri 07:00 AM - 09:00 AM(Mon, Wed, Fri)

Weekdays Online Lab

Mon - Fri 07:00 AM - 09:00 AM(Tue, Thur)


OPTION 2

Weekend- Cloud Based Training

Sat-Sun 09:00 AM - 11:00 AM (IST)

Weekend Online Lab

Sat-Sun 11:00 AM - 01:00 PM


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