01 – 04 Maret 2016 | Fee: at Proposal at Bandung
02 – 05 Agustus 2016 | Fee: at Proposal at Bandung
04 – 07 Oktober 2016 | Fee: at Proposal at Bandung
Training Description Oil & Gas Surface Production Operations and Facility
The job of a production facility is to separate the well stream into three components, typically called ‘phases’ (gas, oil, and water), and process these phases into some marketable product or dispose of them in an environmentally acceptable manner. Water often flows into a well along with oil and gas. All these fluids are collected by surface equipment for separation into gas, oil, and water fractions for storage and distribution. The water, which contains salt and other minerals, is usually injected into formations that are well separated from freshwater aquifers close to the surface. In many cases it is put back into the formation from which it came. At times, produced water forms an emulsion with the oil or a solid hydrate compound with the gas. In those cases, specially designed treaters are used to separate the three components. The clean crude oil is sent to storage at near atmospheric pressure. Natural gas is usually piped directly to a central processing plant (called a gasoline plant), where the remaining liquids (LOGs) are removed before it is fed to the consumer pipeline.
Therefore, The facility must provide well testing and measurement so that gas, oil, and water can be properly allocated to each well. To separate the well stream into three components as mention above, engineer must known well about separator. Separator will utilize the force of gravity to separate gas and oil mixtures. Therefore, separator is one of crucial surface facility. Other than separator, there are many other surface facility that crucial for oil and gas production.
However, while tending to this facility, some problem must be arising. The problem is circulating around pressure cumulative production, hydrate formation, sour gas production, corrosion, and sulfur deposition. Hence, we need to know how to solve this problem and also how to maintain surface facility so that the oil production will proceed well. This practical approach course is designed to provide a comprehensive understanding of Surface Production Facility, Process, Operation and Maintenance. It will be presented in order to fulfill the needs of all technical and non-technical (field and headquartered) personnel of Oil & Gas Company who involves in or concern with onshore or offshore Oil & Gas Surface Production Facility, Process, Operation and Maintenance, you should participate in this course.
COURSE CONTENT Oil & Gas Surface Production Operations and Facility
- Surface Production Processing and Flow Diagram
- Production Separators, Flowlines, Heater-Treater and Storage Tanks
- Gas Gathering & Compression
- Gas Processing and Sour Gas Treating
- Gas Pipeline Problems and Troubleshooting
Active participation is encouraged through case studies and examples. It is possible to tailor for specific goal, upon request. The training will be delivered in the form of classroom exposition, case studies and open discussion.
INSTRUCTOR Oil & Gas Surface Production Operations and Facility
In this comprehensive course, you will be assisted by a compatible Instructor, Hilman Ahmad, IR. DCE , He is an an Independent Consultant in industrial oil and gas, member of the Society of Indonesian Petroleum Engineers, who manage the Bandung Industrial Oil & Gas Education Center. He has been practicing production operation and corrosion control engineering in Indonesia for more than twenty-five years. He post-graduated from Tokyo Institute of Technology (sponsored by UNESCO) in 1977. He joined in-field-practice program at Nippon Kokan Steel Company & Research Center Kawasaki, Japan for production facility design & construction and corrosion prevention & control in 1983, and collaborated with Cormon Industrial Research Center Brighton UK for on-line corrosion monitoring development in 2000. He has been delivering training course in production operation and maintenance and corrosion control for personnel from Oil & Gas Company and Petrochemical Industry since 1979.
OIL & GAS SURFACE PRODUCTION OPERATIONS AND FACILITY