Gas Conditioning and Processing
The "Campbell Gas Course™" has been the standard of the industry for nearly forty years. Over 30,000 engineers have attended our G-4 program, considered by many to be the most practical and comprehensive course in the oil and gas industry. Computer analysis is used to examine sensitivities of technical decisions. To enhance the learning process, about 30 problems will be assigned, reviewed and discussed throughout the course. Computer analysis is often used to examine sensitivities of technical decisions.
By the end of this course participants will learn:
- Selection and evaluation processes used to dehydrate natural gas, meet hydrocarbon dew point specifications and extract NGLs.
- How to apply physical thermodynamic property correlations and principles to the design and evaluation of gas processing facilities.
- Equipment sizing correlations for major process equipment.
- To recognize and develop solutions to operating problems and control issues in gas processing facilities.
Production and processing personnel involved with natural gas and associated liquids who wish to acquaint or reacquaint themselves with gas conditioning and processing unit operations. Facilities engineers, process engineers, operations personnel, field supervisors and others who select, design, install, evaluate or operate gas processing systems.
Gas Processing Outline
The course covers the following topics:
- Gas Processing Systems
- Physical Properties of Hydrocarbons
- Qualitative Phase Behavior
- Vapor-Liquid Equilibrium
- Water-Hydrocarbon Behavior
- Basic Thermodynamic Concepts
- System Energy Changes
- Process Control Fundamentals
- Fluid Flow
- Separation Equipment
- Rate Processes
- Heat Transfer