Dehydration, Refrigeration and Towers
Training Course

3 Days

$2295 CAD

Upcoming Sessions
Online - Live Training

Wednesday, October 9, 2024
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Thursday, October 10, 2024
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Friday, October 11, 2024
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Register before September 18 and receive $200 off! Use the promo code EarlyBird.

Course Description
The 3-Day Dehydration, Refrigeration and Towers course will focus on the practical side of running dehydration, refrigeration and tower operation systems over the full life cycle of a facility including turndown issues.

Who Should Attend
This course is designed for Operations Support, Design Engineers with a basic understanding of hydrocarbons and their behaviour.

Day 1: Dehydration
  • Design of a TEG glycol dehydration system and degrees of freedom
  • Flexibility in design
  • Operating problems and Troubleshooting
  • Optimization
  • Dessicant dehydration system quick review

Day 2: Refrigeration
  • Design of a mechanical refrigeration system
  • Operating problems and troubleshooting
  • Optimization with Economizers
  • JT Cooling and Turboexpander options

Day 3: Tower Operation
  • Design of absorption systems
  • Operating Problems and Troubleshooting
  • Design of fractionation systems
  • Operating Problems and Troubleshooting
  • Pumping system review

Dale I Kraus, P.Eng.
Mr. Dale I Kraus is an experienced instructor for Oil & Gas Processing Facilities Engineering, Operator Training and Turnaround & Optimization Courses with an impressive teaching career spanning over 4 decades. Dale also works as a consultant specializing in cold weather operation and brownfield modifications with extensive Production Company Field experience at Mobil Oil, Amerada Hess, PetroCanada, and PrimeWest Energy.

With a BEChem from the University Of Saskatchewan, Dale has 40 years of experience in hydrocarbon processing as well as experience in oil, gas, sweet and sour service. He is a registered Professional Engineer and member of APEGA.

For the last 14 years, Dale has been travelling the world, teaching young engineers all the practical things they didn’t learn in University.
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