A SONG webinar with a technical presentation by the technical professional team from MySep Pte Ltd.
Two and three-phase separators are key process equipment in upstream, midstream, and downstream oil and gas.
The poor performance of phase separators across the industry is associated with $10,000,000s production losses daily.
- What can go wrong?
- How can we remedy this?
- How can we avoid mal-performance?
Drawing on over two decades of trouble-shooting and debottlenecking experience world-wide, the presentation will feature summary case studies of real industrial applications. The material will include illustrations and videos of CFD modeling and physical lab testing. An approach to good design practice will be demonstrated live with the MySep Studio software application. This will feature new-build LNG applications and retro-fit remediation of related processes.
Rigorous separator modeling inside process simulation is increasingly recognized as essential to the fidelity of an operational digital twin. A demonstration of how this can already be realized in leading simulators will also feature.
Tom Ralston, Business Development Manager, MySep
Tom is the Business Development Manager for MySep Pte Ltd. with responsibilities including marketing, sales, and exchanger technology.
His career in process engineering began in modeling the physical properties of fluids at the UK National Engineering Laboratory (NEL).
Whilst at AspenTech, Tom led the development of EDR and through 2nd and 3rd generation integration with Aspen’s flagship HYSYS and Aspen Plus process simulation products.
Joining MySep in 2015, he helped develop the software go-to-market and product strategy.
Wim Moyson, Consultant, MySep
Wim is a Consultant for MySep Pte. Ltd. with responsibilities including marketing, sales, training, and process design support. He has been working on phase separation since the beginning of his career, more than 20 years ago.
Shortly after graduating, he joined Otto York (later Koch-Glitsch / Koch-Otto York Separations Technology) where he worked in various technical, commercial, and management roles to develop the business in EMEA and Asia.
Please note: the material presented in this webinar has not been peer-reviewed. Any opinions are the presenter’s own and do not necessarily represent those of IChemE or SONG. The information is given in good faith but without any liability on the part of IChemE.
The event will start at 18:00 MYT (Kuala Lumpur, GMT +8).
To avoid any unexpected technical issues, please enter the room up to 10 minutes before the scheduled start time.
IChemE gratefully acknowledges:
- PETRONAS Group Technical Solutions (GTS) sponsorship of SONG evening talks.
- EAST One-Zero-One organizers of SONG evening talks.
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