GAS DEHYDRATION AND GLYCOL REGENERATION
Bandung | December 02 – 05, 2013 | Rp. 9.900.000,-/participant – Almost Running
Bandung | February 10 ‐ 13, 2014 | Rp. 9.900.000,-/participant
Bandung | October 06 ‐ 09, 2014 | Rp. 9.900.000,-/participant
Bandung | December 08 ‐ 11, 2014 | Rp. 9.900.000,-/participant
Course Description and Benefits
condense in pipelines and accumulate at low points along the line, reducing its flow capacity. Therefore, the removal of the water that is associated with natural gases in vapor form is one critical step in gas processing scheme. Several methods have been developed to dehydrate gases on an industrial scale. The three major methods are: direct cooling, adsorption and absorption. Glycol and methanol injection, glycol dehydration contactor, and glycol regeneration are important issues in gas production operations.
This course is designed as an effective practical shortcut to understand the principles of glycol injection, glycol dehydration and glycol recovery with all features and problems encountered in gas dehydration process and operations for engineers, operators, technicians, and anyone who involve or responsible in gas production to sales.
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.
By attending this course, 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 hydrate prevention, adsorption with solid desiccants, absorption with liquid desiccants, glycol injection and separation at low temperature, contactor process and operations, regenerator process and operations, identify and discuss the function of each component used in dehydration unit, and trace process flow through a typical onshore and offshore dehydration systems, discuss and consult their specific problems they are about to bring to the class, and share experiences with others.
After completion of this course, 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 dehydration.
- Overview of the Production of Transportable and Salable Gas
- Legal and Safety Requirements in Gas Fuel Market
- Reservoir Fluid Type and the Hydrocarbon PVT Diagram
- Prevention of Hydrate Formation and the Dehydration Processes
- Hydrate Inhibitor and the Methanol and Glycol Injection
- Injection System and the Low Temperature Separation
- Dehydration in Contactor Column and Glycol Regeneration
- Contactor and Regenerator Plant Operation and Controls
- Glycol Conditioning and Glycol Losses Control
- Plant Maintenance and Troubleshooting
Training Method, Materials and Program
- The course will be delivered in the form of classroom exposition, case studies and open discussion. Course materials will be handed out as hard and soft copy.
- The course will be given in Bahasa Indonesia. In special case, upon request, it will be in English.
- Actual field problems, which are about to bring to the course, will be presented and discussed in the class and shared to find recommendation as a specific solution. All participant documents should be treated as confidential.
Hilman Ahmad & Associates, an Independent Consultant in industrial oil and gas, member of theSociety of Indonesian Petroleum Engineers, who manage the Bandung Industrial Oil & Gas Education Center, and has been practicing production operation and corrosion control engineering in Indonesia for more than twenty-five years. He post-graduated from Tokyo Institute of Technology (sponsored by UNESCO) in 1977. He joined in-field-practice program at Nippon Kokan Steel Company & Research Center Kawasaki, Japan for production facility design & construction and corrosion prevention & control in 1983, and collaborated with Cormon Industrial Research Center Brighton UK for on-line corrosion monitoring development in 2000. He has been delivering training course in production operation and maintenance and corrosion control for personnel from Oil & Gas Company and Petrochemical Industry since 1979.
SCHEDULE, TUITION & FACILITIES :
- Language : Bahasa Indonesia
- Text & Handouts : English & Bahasa Indonesia
- Venue : Jayakarta Hotel, Bandung
- Duration : 4 days
- Rp. 9.900.000,-/participant
- Rp. 9.500.000,-/participant for more than 3 (three) participants from 1 Company
- Rp. 9.000.000,-/participant for more than 5 (five) participants from 1 Company
Casual Clothing is recommended. The Training atmosphere is informal
- Registration Form MUST be return in advance for attending the Training
- Full fixed fee is charged regardless of the length of time that registrant attends the Training
- Attendees are expected to attend all Training sessions and are not permitted to attend on a partial basis.
CANCELLATION & REFUND POLICY
- Cancellation received after the registration deadline, August 27, 2012 entitles the registrant to pay 25% from total.
- Cancellation on the date will be recharged 100% from the fee
- No refund will be issued, if a registrant fails to show up at the Training on-site.