This course covers the basic concepts and techniques necessary to design, specify and manage oil and gas production facilities. It includes a comprehensive overview of oil and gas conditioning and processing technology and provides a clear understanding of the equipment and processes used in common oil and gas separation and treating systems.
Participants will develop a “feel” for the important parameters of designing and operating an oil and gas production facility.The course leverages WorleyParsons’s vast global experience in working for international and national oil and gas companies, multinational engineering contractors and equipment suppliers to facilitate participants’ understanding of the uncertainties and assumptions inherent in designing and using the equipment in these systems and the limitations, advantages and disadvantages associated with their use.
Process/facilities engineers and senior operating personnel involved with the design and operation of oil, gas and produced water processing facilities.
You Will Learn How to
Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:
- Understand the oil and gas facilities terminology
- Discuss how oil and gas processing fits into the value chain for hydrocarbon products
- Describe fundamental concepts underlying Oil & Gas processing
- Understand main characteristics of reservoir fluids
- Assess problems induced by unwanted components in reservoir fluids
- Detail field treatment of Oil & Gas streams and processes technology
- Analyze operating conditions and basic design of oil, gas and water treatment
- Get an introduction to the static equipment and rotating machinery used in production facilities and related key operating parameters
- Ascertain the treatment processes necessary for gas, oil and production water
- Know about the typical utilities required for Oil & Gas processing and related design considerations
- Gain an understanding of the relief systems and sizing considerations
Upon completion, you will receive a Worley Academy Certificate of Completion.