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Production, Process and Emergency Systems on Oil and Gas Installations

Topic Process Plant

CPD Hours 21

This is an IChemE approved training course and not delivered directly by the Institution. For more information about the course, contact the training provider directly.

Overview

This hands-on course uses case studies, video, and dynamic simulation to provide an in-depth analysis of what constitutes an offshore oil/gas production and processing facility. A comprehensive study of the safety systems required on offshore facilities.

Course outline

  • Hydrocarbon engineering
  • Oil and gas reservoirs
  • Oil and gas separation
  • Gas compression and treatment
  • Produced and injection waters
  • Utility systems
  • Emergency shutdown systems
  • Fire and gas protection systems

Learning outcomes

By the end of this course, you will understand:

  • the characteristics of the various types of oil/gas reservoirs
  • the most applicable production option for exploiting the reservoir
  • the primary processing technology used to separate the fluids
  • the gas processing needed for disposal of associated or produced gas
  • what support utilities are required for both production and life support on the facility
  • the design of an Emergency Shutdown System and how to read a Cause and Effect Diagram
  • the commonly used fire and gas detectors for offshore facilities.

Who will benefit

Engineers and process personnel who are working on offshore platforms, or working for a regulatory body which oversees the industry.

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