Troubleshooting Oil and Gas Processing Facilities

Design For :

Designed For

Process/Facilities engineers with 5-10 years of experience,

facilities engineering team leaders/supervisors, and senior facilities operational personnel.

You Will Learn

You will learn
  • The difference between troubleshooting, optimization, and debottlenecking
  • How to recognize trouble when it is occurring
  • How to develop a methodical approach to troubleshooting
  • To recognize how different components of a facility interact with each other, and the significance of these interactions
  • How to gather, validate, and utilize the data needed for troubleshooting
  • The criteria to be considered for identifying the best solution when several feasible solutions are available
  • Typical causes of problems, and their solutions, for the main types of processes and equipment used in the upstream-midstream oil and gas industry

Course Content

Course Content
  • Troubleshooting methodology fundamentals and data reconciliation
  • Gas – Liquid separators
  • Reciprocating compressors
  • Amine gas sweetening
  • Glycol dehydration units
  • 3-phase separators
  • Centrifugal pumps
  • Oil treating
  • Produced water treating systems
  • Shell and tube heat exchangers
  • Centrifugal compressors
  • Molecular sieve dehydration units
  • NGL recovery processes
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