This course deals with the design, operation, and optimization of onshore gas gathering systems and their associated field facilities, from the wellhead to the central gas processing facility. From a design perspective, the main variables that impact the flexibility and operational characteristics of an onshore gas gathering system will be discussed. Typical operating problems are covered including hydrates, multiphase flow issues, corrosion, declining well deliverability, etc. Exercises will be utilized throughout the course to emphasize the key learning points.
Who should attend?
Production and facilities department engineers/senior operating personnel responsible for the design, operation and optimization of onshore gas gathering systems and their associated field facilities.
Gas well inflow performance and deliverability; Overview of gas well deliquification methods for low-rate, low pressure gas wells; Effect of gathering system/abandonment pressure on reserves recovery; Impact of produced fluids composition; Sweet/sour; CO2 content; Rich/lean; Produced water; Hydrates and hydrate prevention; Dehydration; Heating; Chemical inhibition; Multiphase flow basics; Corrosion/materials selection; Gathering system layout; Wellsite/field facilities options; Provisions for future compression
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