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Fundamentals of Natural Gas Processing
Training Course

1 Days

$895 CAD

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Course Description
The one-day Fundamentals of Natural Gas Processing course will cover a high-level overview of natural gas processing to understand the key processing steps required to make saleable products from raw gas (from wellhead to marketplace). The overall process block flow diagram will be used to illustrate how the various individual plant operations are integrated to create gas plants capable of handling feeds from gas fields.

You will gain a basic understanding and working knowledge of the major processes encountered in the processing and transportation of natural gas. The course is in plain language easily understandable for individuals either in technical, managerial or support roles.

The Fundamentals of Natural Gas Processing course is designed for a wide range of audiences, is fully interactive and utilizes fundamental technical exercises and terminology to learn key points. Useful and handy reference material, process animation, equipment cut view, equipment internals and a lot of diagrams are included in course.

A complete set of course materials and lunch is included in the Fundamentals of Natural Gas Processing course.
Who Should Attend
The Fundamentals of Natural Gas Processing course targets anyone needing a basic understanding of gas processing and its common technologies. This course is useful to a diverse group because it provides a broad overview and deals only with the basics of the gas processing technology.

As a wide ranging overview, the Fundamentals of Natural Gas Processing course is suitable for people who are directly working in natural gas industries such as new engineering graduates, process engineers, project engineers, mechanical engineers, automation & control engineers, instrumentation engineers, planners & schedulers and as well as for other interested roles such as geologists, reservoir engineers, line managers, sales and business development staff, specialists such as environmental staff, operational staff or anyone interested in a general.