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GAS SWEETENING: H2S & CO2 REMOVAL IN OIL AND GAS INDUSTRIES

GAS SWEETENING: H2S & CO2 REMOVAL  IN OIL AND GAS INDUSTRIES
BALI / YOGYAKARTA / BANDUNG | 8 – 10  April  2014 | Rp 7.200.000,- / person
BALI / YOGYAKARTA / BANDUNG | 29 April  –  2  May  2014 Rp 7.200.000,- / person
BALI / YOGYAKARTA / BANDUNG | 20 – 23  May  2014 | Rp 7.200.000,- / person
BALI / YOGYAKARTA / BANDUNG | 3 – 5  June  2014 | Rp 7.200.000,- / person
BALI / YOGYAKARTA / BANDUNG | 24 – 27  June  2014 | Rp 7.200.000,- / person

DESCRIPTION

          With increasing demands to natural gas in Indonesia, sour gases are being tapped for utilization after purification. But, the natural gas that is transported to the fuel market must meet legal and safety requirements; it must be non-toxic, non-corrosive and safe to environment. For that reasons, gas conditioning or specifically gas treating is a very important step in gas processing scheme. H2S, and CO2, are removed to certain level through a gas sweetening process. There are many processes available. The amines (MEA, DEA, MDEA) are the most popular solutions and thus commonly used in many fields. This course is designed as an effective practical shortcut to understand the amine sweetening process and all features and problems encountered in amine plant operations for engineers, operators, technicians, and anyone who involve or responsible  in H2S and CO2 removal.

                The course content and approach are designed to suit participants of different background and different position in the company. It will be delivered as a to-the-point explanation by a professional instructor, utilizing an easy-to-understand examples and illustrations, especially the actual findings in Indonesia.

                The course content and approach are designed to suit participants of different background and different position in the company. It will be delivered as a to-the-point explanation by a professional instructor, utilizing an easy-to-understand examples and illustrations, especially the actual cases in Indonesia.

OBJECTIVE  :

      participants are able to broaden or reshape their knowledge on the related subjects of his or her area of responsibility, learn more about the principles of amine sweetening, identify and discuss the function of each component used in the process, and trace process flow through a typical amine unit, discuss and consult their specific problems they are about to bring to the class, and share experiences with others.

      participants will understand how each component in the unit operates, the effects of process variables, what and how to monitor the unit and make necessary adjustments, what and how to perform routine maintenance, and trobleshooting common problems affecting proper operation of the unit, in order to achieve the goals of gas sweetening.

OUTLINE :

  • Lean-rich and high-low pressure natural gas product
  • Gas-well gas and associated gas
  • Typical near well surface production operations and facility
  • Examples of gas producing schemes
  • Sales specifications, environmental requirements and economics
  • Gas sale contract and limitation of H2S and CO2 contents
  • Gas condensate and natural gas liquid recovery
  • Refrigeration, expansion and expansion-turbine cooling for condensate recovery
  • Gas processing, conditioning and treating
  • Objectives of the gas process
  • Reaction type sweetening and the mechanisms of H2S and CO2 removal
  • The principles of absorption process with alkanolamines
  • Typical sweetening unit and the process variables
  • Inlet separator, contactor column and flash tank
  • The role of inlet gas temperature and inlet amine temperature
  • Filters and lean/rich heat exchanger
  • Stripper column and reflux condenser/accumulator
  • Reboiler, reclaimer, and surge tank
  • The role of reboiler, reclaimer and heat exchanger temperatures
  • Circulation pump and trim cooler
  • The role of contactor, stripper, filter and flash tank pressures
  • The problem of amine losses
  • Reducing amine losses and amine tests
  • The problem of foaming and control of foaming tendency
  • Maintenance and troubleshooting of amine unit
  • Safety for working at amine unit
  • Recommendation for startup and shutdown
  • Relative performance of alkanolamines

COURSE  SCHEDULE

BALI / YOGYAKARTA / BANDUNG

  • 8 – 10  April  2014
  • 29 April  –  2  May  2014
  • 20 – 23  May  2014
  • 3 – 5  June  2014
  • 24 – 27  June  2014

Price :

  • Rp 7.200.000,- / person (Non Residential)
  • Rp 8.500.000,- / person (Residential)

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