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Oil & Gas Processing, Engineering and Science Range


Range Content - continued
Module Number & Title
20. Gas Dehydration using Glycol

Oil & Gas Processing, Engineering and Science Range


The Oil and Gas Processing, Engineering and Science e-Learning range is an integrated portfolio of 27 modules providing Industry standard interactive e-Learning. The range covers a considerable breadth of subject matter starting from Basic Process Science, Instrumentation & Safety Systems through to Separation, Gas Processing and Produced Water.

Topics
Glycol Dehydration using Glycol

Key Learning Objectives


LO1: LO2: LO3: LO4: LO1: LO2: LO3: LO4: LO5 LO6: LO7: LO8: Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know the Types of Glycol used in Dehydration the Function of Glycol about the Internals of a Glycol Tower the Basic Glycol Regeneration System, how it relates to Gas Drying an Overview of Regeneration Process the Operation of the Reboiler and Still Column the Function of the Flash Tank the Function of the Filters the Purpose of the Heat Exchangers the Purpose of the Surge Tank the Purpose of the Circulation Pumps the Importance of Glycol Quality with Regards to pH and Foaming

21. Glycol Regeneration

Glycol Regeneration

22. Basic Turbo-Expander Process

Basic Turbo-Expander Process

LO1: Know the Basics of a Turbo Expansion Process LO2: Know the Critical Conditions Associated with the Expansion Process LO3: Know the Basic Operation of a Turbo Expander LO1: LO2: LO3: LO4: LO5: LO6: LO1: LO2: LO3: LO4: LO5: LO6: LO1: LO2: LO3: LO4: LO5: LO6: LO1: LO2: LO3: LO4: LO5: Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know the the the the the the Principles of Refrigeration Properties of Refrigerants Basic Mechanical Refrigeration Process Compression Refrigeration Cycle Condensation Cycle Critical Conditions Associated with Mechanical Refrigeration

Targeted Participants
The range is aimed primarily at technicians and operators to provide a structured method of delivering and assessing underpinning knowledge to support competence assurance systems as well as vocational qualifications. The range is also an excellent learning tool for new starts, multi-skilled personnel and those who wish to refresh their knowledge or simply for personnel who wish to understand more about the Industry.

23. Basic Refrigeration Process

Basic Refrigeration Process

24. NGL Stabilisation

NGL Stabilisation Gas Treatment

the Principles of Stabilisation the Typical Stabilisation Process the Fractionation Process the Function of the Fractionation Column the Stabilisation Process Control the Product Storage the Origin of Produced Water why Water Removal is Important the Differences in Composition of Produced and Sea Water how Emulsions Occur and where the Treatment for Emulsions the Different Types of Water Treatment Plants. the Types of Plant, which use Separation and Flotation the Function and Operation of a Bubble Agitator the Function and Operation of a Tilted Plate Separator the Function and Operation of a Skimmer Unit the Function of a Caisson as Fitted to an Offshore Installation

Typical Duration
Each Module is approximately 30 minutes

25. Produced Water Part 1

Overview and understanding of the term Produced Water

Features
Provides underpinning knowledge for competence Independently verified and used by one of the world's largest Oil and Gas Companies Can be tailored to suit a company's specific requirements Continuous assessment throughout course Automatic remediation of incorrectly answered questions Integrated trainee results management system Can be deployed by CD ROM, Corporate Intranet or Internet Modules can be purchased independently High quality features and techniques

26. Produced Water Part 2

Separation and Flotation Units

27. Produced Water Part 3

Hydrocyclones

LO1: Know Hydrocylones as fitted in a typical Process System LO2: Know the Principle of Operation of a Hydrocyclone LO3: Know the Significance of the Correct Hydrocyclone, throughout

27 modules

covering processing,

engineering, science and theory

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Oil & Gas Processing, Engineering and Science Range


Range Content
Module Number & Title
1. Process Science Part 1

Range Content - continued


Topics
Vapour Pressure Partial Pressure Boiling and Freezing Points Pressure, Volume, Temperature Relating to Gas Laws Characteristics and Behaviour of Natural Gas Molecular Behaviour of Natural Gas Molecular Weight of Natural Gas Specific Gravity of Natural Gas

Key Learning Objectives


LO1: LO2: LO3: LO4: LO1: LO2: LO3: LO4: LO1: LO2: LO3: LO4: LO5: LO6: LO1: LO2: LO1: LO2: LO3: LO4: LO1: LO2: LO3: LO1: LO2: LO3: LO4: LO5: LO6: LO1: LO2: LO3: LO4: LO1: LO2: LO3: LO4: LO5: LO6: LO7: LO8: LO9: LO1: LO2: LO3: LO4: LO5: LO6: LO7: LO8: Know Know Know Know the Significance of Vapour Pressure the Significance of Partial Pressure about the Boiling and Freezing Points of Hydrocarbons the Relationship between P, V and T

Module Number & Title


11. Separator Start-up and Shutdown

Topics
Start-up and Shutdown

Key Learning Objectives


LO1: LO2: LO3: LO4: LO5: LO6: LO7: LO8: LO9: LO10: LO11: LO1: LO2: LO3: LO4: LO1: L02: L03: L04: LO5: LO6: LO1: LO2: LO3: LO4: LO5: LO6: LO1: LO2: LO3: LO4: LO5: LO6: LO1: LO2: LO3: LO4: LO5: LO6: LO7: LO8: LO9: LO1: LO2: LO3: LO4: LO5: LO6: LO7: LO1: LO2: LO3: LO4: LO5: LO1: LO2: LO3: LO4: Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know an Overview of Control & Shutdown Level Indication & Control Pressure Indication & Control Pressure Protection the Additional Instrumentation Fitted about Blowdown & Drain Facilities about Shutdown the Pre-start Activities the General Procedure for Start-Up how to Restart after Short Term Shut Down about Planned Shut Down about the Formation and Effect of Emulsions the Action of Demulsifiers the Effect of Froth and Foam about Slug Formation and Slug Catchers the Purpose of Gas Processing Gas Specifications the Types of Gas Processes the Major Gas Processes the Nature of NGL and its Markets the Main NGL Recovery Processes why Gas is Compressed the Different types of Compressors how Pulsation is Removed how Gas is Compressed in a Reciprocating Compressor how Gas is Compressed in a Centrifugal Compressor what influences the type of Compressor used a Typical Gas Compression System LP, MP and HP Compression Systems Basic Export Gas System Basic Injection Gas System a Gas Lift System Basic Fuel Gas System the Single Stage Reciprocating Compressor the Double Acting Compressors the Purpose of a Multistage Compressor the Reasons for Interstage Cooling how to Determine the Efficiency of a Reciprocating Compressor Capacity Control and Unloading Devices the Different Methods of Control Lubrication and Cooling Systems Frame Type Compressors the Difference Between Fans, Blowers & Compressors the Different Types and Reasons for Casing Designs the Components of a Centrifugal Compressor the Different Types of Seals the Purge System the Lube Oil System Coalescers and Knock-Out Vessels the Importance of Operating Curves the Purpose of Recycle Control the Recycle Control Loop the Effects of Stonewalling Capacity Control & IGVs the Definition of Gas Dehydration the Reasons for Gas Dehydration the Types of Gas Dehydration Plant the Difference between Adsorption and Absorption Processes

2. Process Science Part 2

Know how Hydrogen and Carbon Molecules combine to form different Gases Know the Definition of Molecular Weight, and its uses Know how to Determine the Molecular Weight of mixed Gases Know the Definition of SG of Gas and how it is Applied Know Know Know Know Know Know the use of Absolute Pressure in Design the use of Absolute Temperature in Design the Term Kinetic Energy the Relationship between Heat and Temperature the Measurement of Heat Energy the Terms Latent Heat and Specific Heat 12. Problems Associated with the Separation Process Emulsions, Demulsifiers, Froth, Foam, Slugs and Slug Catchers

3. Process Science Part 3

Absolute Pressure Absolute Temperature Kinetic Energy Heat Energy

13. Introduction to Gas Processing

General Overview of Gas Processing

4. Process Science Part 4

Solids, Liquids and Gases

Know how Matter can Exist as Solid, Liquid or Gas Know the Concept of Phases Know Basic Pressure Measurement Know Basic Pressure Sensing Elements Know Basic temperature measurement Element of a Measurement System Know Basic Flow Measurement Know Basic Control Loops Know Basic Level Measurement Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know Know the Basic Safety Systems about Causes and Effects Diagram about Hazardous Area Classification Emergency Shutdown (ESD) Systems Emergency Depressuring (EDP) Systems Levels of Shutdown how to Avoid Emergency Shutdowns the Function of the ESD System the Function of the Blowdown System Pressure Safety Valves and their Operation about Separation of Fluids the Basic Rules of Separation the Effect of Density on Separation about 2 and 3 Phase Separation about Residence Time Multi - Stage Separation about Types of Separators the Function of the Types of Separator the Principle Separator Components

5. Pressure and Temperature Instrumentation

Pressure and Temperature Instrumentation

14. Theory of Compression

Theory of Compression

6. Flow and Level Instrumentation

Flow and Level Instrumentation

15. Gas Compression Systems

Overview of Gas Compression Systems

7. Safety Systems Part 1

Cause and Effect and Shutdown Levels Area Classification

16. Reciprocating Compressors

Reciprocating Compressors

8. Safety Systems Part 2

Shutdown and Blowdown Systems. PSVs

9. Process of Separation

Process of Separation

17. Centrifugal Compressors & KO Drums

Centrifugal Compressors & KO Drums

10. Construction and Internal Fittings

Construction and Internal Fittings

Know Separator Design Requirements Know Types of Separator Know Pressure Separation Know Principle Components of a Separator Know how a Separator is Constructed Know Internal Fittings of a Separator Know about Sand Removal Know about Vertical & Horizontal Separators

18. Centrifugal Compressor Control

Centrifugal Compressor Control

19. Background to Dehydration

Background to Dehydration

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