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LNG Short Course: Technology and the LNG Chain - G29

PetroSkills
Training overview
Length: 5 days
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Provider: PetroSkills plus
Training type: Classroom / Public

Course description

LNG Short Course: Technology and the LNG Chain

LNG Short Course: Technology and the LNG Chain - 5-day classroom course by PetroSkills

This 5-day course, LNG Short Course: Technology and the LNG Chain, is part of PetroSkills' training series for Oil & Gas professionals specializing in Gas Processing. The program course covers the most recent technical developments on the market, discusses current trends and analyzes the changing dynamics of the industry. It aims to help participants expand their knowledge of the topic and get relevant knowledge to support them directly in their professional role.

This LNG Short Course is designed for participants requiring moderate technical coverage coupled with information on LNG commerce and all parts of the LNG Value Chain. Designed to be presented over 5-days, the course covers technical LNG basics, facility operation topics, technical and design issues. Key commercial issues are also discussed. Selected exercises and syndicates are used throughout the course that reinforce the main topics of LNG trade and technology. on-site versions are available with either increased technical and operational emphasis or increased project and development emphasis. More in-depth coverage for technical, production and processing personnel is available in the 10-day course G-4 Gas Conditioning and Processing - LNG emphasis.

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Who should attend?

Commercial and managerial staff looking for a concise overview; Engineers new to the LNG industry; Operations supervision staff and senior plant personnel; Specialists looking to broaden their general knowledge of LNG; Staff involved in LNG commerce interested in LNG technical fundamentals; People wishing to understand "LNG jargon."

Outcomes

  • What is LNG and why LNG is produced
  • LNG industry current status review
  • LNG facilities world-wide
  • A survey of commercial and contractual issues
  • About project costs, feasibility and development
  • Some fundamentals of gas processing technology
  • Technologies used in the production of LNG
  • To apply knowledge of LNG gas pretreatment, drying and refrigeration
  • To describe liquefaction technologies and appreciate the differences
  • The types of compressor drivers, gas turbines and electric motors
  • About LNG storage, shipping and terminals
  • Regasification of LNG and distribution to consumers
  • New developments in off-shore LNG for regasification and liquefaction

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Training Content

Pipeline systems definition and applications; Safety, environmental, and regulatory considerations; codes and standards related to pipelines; Pipeline conceptual and mechanical design for strength, stability, and installation; Impacts of pipeline hydraulics on pipeline design, construction, and operations; Pipeline survey, mapping, and route selection; Pipeline materials and equipment selection; Corrosion and cathodic protection of pipelines; Pipeline construction for onshore pipeline systems; Introduction to flow assurance considerations and pipeline integrity aspects including in-line inspection, leak detection, and emergency planning considerations; Pipeline operations, maintenance and repairs considerations

Reservoir fluid properties; Coring practices and rock properties; Fundamentals of fluid flow; Reservoir fluid distribution; Reservoir classification; Reservoir drive mechanisms; Oil and gas well performance; Pressure buildup analysis; Oil displacement concepts; Estimation of oil-in-place and gas-in-place; Recovery techniques

Geological / depositional environment, reservoir properties review; Properties influencing formation damage; Damaging sandstones, shales and carbonates, clay mineralogy; Damage mechanisms - Causes of damage: Fluids and Polymers, During drilling, running pipe and cementing, From perforating, During well completions, During production (fines migration, paraffin, scale, etc), During workovers and Damage to Injection wells.; Evaluating damage potential: Laboratory testing; Evaluating wells that may be damaged: Production performance, Pressure analysis, Production logging; Damage removal: Non-acid approaches, Acidizing and Bypassing damage with hydraulic fracturing

Gas Processing Systems; Physical Properties of Hydrocarbons; Qualitative Phase Behavior; Vapor-Liquid Equilibrium; Water-Hydrocarbon Behavior; Basic Thermodynamic Concepts and System Energy Changes; Relief and Flare Systems; Fluid Hydraulics; Separators; Heat Transfer; Pumps; Compressors; Refrigeration / NGL Extraction; Fractionation / Distillation; Glycol Dehydration; Adsorption Dehydration; Sour Gas Treating and Sulfur Recovery

Pipeline systems definition and applications; Safety, environmental, and regulatory considerations; codes and standards related to pipelines; Pipeline conceptual and mechanical design for strength, stability, and installation; Impacts of pipeline hydraulics on pipeline design, construction, and operations; Pipeline survey, mapping, and route selection; Pipeline materials and equipment selection; Corrosion and cathodic protection of pipelines; Pipeline construction for onshore pipeline systems; Introduction to flow assurance considerations and pipeline integrity aspects including in-line inspection, leak detection, and emergency planning considerations; Pipeline operations, maintenance and repairs considerations

Reservoir fluid properties; Coring practices and rock properties; Fundamentals of fluid flow; Reservoir fluid distribution; Reservoir classification; Reservoir drive mechanisms; Oil and gas well performance; Pressure buildup analysis; Oil displacement concepts; Estimation of oil-in-place and gas-in-place; Recovery techniques

Geological / depositional environment, reservoir properties review; Properties influencing formation damage; Damaging sandstones, shales and carbonates, clay mineralogy; Damage mechanisms - Causes of damage: Fluids and Polymers, During drilling, running pipe and cementing, From perforating, During well completions, During production (fines migration, paraffin, scale, etc), During workovers and Damage to Injection wells.; Evaluating damage potential: Laboratory testing; Evaluating wells that may be damaged: Production performance, Pressure analysis, Production logging; Damage removal: Non-acid approaches, Acidizing and Bypassing damage with hydraulic fracturing

Gas Processing Systems; Physical Properties of Hydrocarbons; Qualitative Phase Behavior; Vapor-Liquid Equilibrium; Water-Hydrocarbon Behavior; Basic Thermodynamic Concepts and System Energy Changes; Relief and Flare Systems; Fluid Hydraulics; Separators; Heat Transfer; Pumps; Compressors; Refrigeration / NGL Extraction; Fractionation / Distillation; Glycol Dehydration; Adsorption Dehydration; Sour Gas Treating and Sulfur Recovery

Pipeline systems definition and applications; Safety, environmental, and regulatory considerations; codes and standards related to pipelines; Pipeline conceptual and mechanical design for strength, stability, and installation; Impacts of pipeline hydraulics on pipeline design, construction, and operations; Pipeline survey, mapping, and route selection; Pipeline materials and equipment selection; Corrosion and cathodic protection of pipelines; Pipeline construction for onshore pipeline systems; Introduction to flow assurance considerations and pipeline integrity aspects including in-line inspection, leak detection, and emergency planning considerations; Pipeline operations, maintenance and repairs considerations

Reservoir fluid properties; Coring practices and rock properties; Fundamentals of fluid flow; Reservoir fluid distribution; Reservoir classification; Reservoir drive mechanisms; Oil and gas well performance; Pressure buildup analysis; Oil displacement concepts; Estimation of oil-in-place and gas-in-place; Recovery techniques

Geological / depositional environment, reservoir properties review; Properties influencing formation damage; Damaging sandstones, shales and carbonates, clay mineralogy; Damage mechanisms - Causes of damage: Fluids and Polymers, During drilling, running pipe and cementing, From perforating, During well completions, During production (fines migration, paraffin, scale, etc), During workovers and Damage to Injection wells.; Evaluating damage potential: Laboratory testing; Evaluating wells that may be damaged: Production performance, Pressure analysis, Production logging; Damage removal: Non-acid approaches, Acidizing and Bypassing damage with hydraulic fracturing

Gas Processing Systems; Physical Properties of Hydrocarbons; Qualitative Phase Behavior; Vapor-Liquid Equilibrium; Water-Hydrocarbon Behavior; Basic Thermodynamic Concepts and System Energy Changes; Relief and Flare Systems; Fluid Hydraulics; Separators; Heat Transfer; Pumps; Compressors; Refrigeration / NGL Extraction; Fractionation / Distillation; Glycol Dehydration; Adsorption Dehydration; Sour Gas Treating and Sulfur Recovery

Pipeline systems definition and applications; Safety, environmental, and regulatory considerations; codes and standards related to pipelines; Pipeline conceptual and mechanical design for strength, stability, and installation; Impacts of pipeline hydraulics on pipeline design, construction, and operations; Pipeline survey, mapping, and route selection; Pipeline materials and equipment selection; Corrosion and cathodic protection of pipelines; Pipeline construction for onshore pipeline systems; Introduction to flow assurance considerations and pipeline integrity aspects including in-line inspection, leak detection, and emergency planning considerations; Pipeline operations, maintenance and repairs considerations

Reservoir fluid properties; Coring practices and rock properties; Fundamentals of fluid flow; Reservoir fluid distribution; Reservoir classification; Reservoir drive mechanisms; Oil and gas well performance; Pressure buildup analysis; Oil displacement concepts; Estimation of oil-in-place and gas-in-place; Recovery techniques

Geological / depositional environment, reservoir properties review; Properties influencing formation damage; Damaging sandstones, shales and carbonates, clay mineralogy; Damage mechanisms - Causes of damage: Fluids and Polymers, During drilling, running pipe and cementing, From perforating, During well completions, During production (fines migration, paraffin, scale, etc), During workovers and Damage to Injection wells.; Evaluating damage potential: Laboratory testing; Evaluating wells that may be damaged: Production performance, Pressure analysis, Production logging; Damage removal: Non-acid approaches, Acidizing and Bypassing damage with hydraulic fracturing

Gas Processing Systems; Physical Properties of Hydrocarbons; Qualitative Phase Behavior; Vapor-Liquid Equilibrium; Water-Hydrocarbon Behavior; Basic Thermodynamic Concepts and System Energy Changes; Relief and Flare Systems; Fluid Hydraulics; Separators; Heat Transfer; Pumps; Compressors; Refrigeration / NGL Extraction; Fractionation / Distillation; Glycol Dehydration; Adsorption Dehydration; Sour Gas Treating and Sulfur Recovery

Costs

The price of this course is $4110 per participant.

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