Background fundamentals of Natural Gas Transmission and Processing, lectured by an industry expert, combined with hands-on process simulation exercises.
This participative and interactive five-day course covers the processes in the Natural Gas transmission and processing industry, using a commercial process simulator to carry out the calculations. The Elsevier’s Handbook of Natural Gas Transmission & Processing, co-authored by the course lecturer, is the basis for the material presented during theoretical morning lectures, coupled with comprehensive afternoon hands-on sessions based on typical gas transmission and processing facilities.
With this combined approach, attendees will Review the properties of natural gas, basic equations, PVT behavior, vapor-liquid equilibria, and gas hydrates. Learn the basics of natural gas transmission and processing as well as the recent advances and new opportunities for solving current gas transmission and processing problems. Discuss key considerations to be taken into account for any natural gas field project in development. Acquire good simulation practices though the guided creation of simulation cases of increasing complexity. Understand and Discover optimization ways for the several common units found in the natural gas processing industry, using simulation exercises. Incorporate the necessary know-how in steady state process simulation that should allow them to afford the design and operation of any possible future process in the natural gas and associated industries. Transform current processes into more competitive ones by an optimal use of process simulators. Reduce the execution time of projects.Simulation of natural gas transmission and processing