Economic and Technical Basis for Gas Processing
This half-day session surveys current trends in natural gas production and delivery and examines the economic and technical basis for profitable gas processing and conditioning. This interactive training, the first of four break-out sessions of last November's "Overview of Gas Processing" includes:
- Natural Gas Sources - Conventional, Shale and Tight Gas, etc.
- Gas Characteristics - Lean, Rich, Associated, etc.
- Gas Contaminants - Carbon Dioxide, Nitrogen, etc.
- Gas Specifications - Gathering System, Plant and Pipeline
- Gas Behavior - Process selection and operating conditions
- Plant Economics - Project planning and decision drivers
As a course wrap up, a broad survey of the gas processing technologies currently in use will be covered as an introduction to the three remaining morning training sessions (February, March and May, 2018).
$195.00 for HGPA Members (includes lunch meeting)
$230.00 for Guests and non-current members (Includes lunch meeting)
(Registration Fees for the Educational Session INCLUDES the Luncheon)
For Assistance, Please Contact:
Rick Crooker - Training Chair @ 281-460-7122 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Matt Cray - Website Chair @ 832-845-7003 or email@example.com
- Buffet or Hot Plated Breakfast - 7:45~8:30
- Training - 8:15~11:15
- Luncheon - 11:15~1:00
Join us for this educational session presented by:
The HGPA and Mr. Ralph Neumann of Neumann Consulting -
Ralph Neumann has gained considerable experience in Oil and Gas Production, Natural Gas Processing, Specialty Fractionation and Pipelines & Gathering Systems throughout his extensive career. Responsibilities have included the development of conceptual and detailed designs, multi-discipline project supervision, economic feasibility studies, consulting and a variety of field services including pre-commissioning, startup, training and troubleshooting. He has also been responsible for project development, management of engineering (including safety & environmental) and management of field operations for a large midstream processing company. Most recently, he has been involved in the implementation of shale gas and tight gas facility development projects. He has authored and presented technical papers to the AIChE (dynamic simulation), the "national" GPA Midstraeam Association (nitrogen rejection facilities, gas plant operations management, gas & NGL treating) and the Laurance Reid Gas Conditioning Conference (dehydration and amine treating). Mr. Neumann received his baccalaureate and master's degrees in Chemical Engineering from Rice University in Houston, Texas.
THE HGPA MIDSTREAM ASSOCIATION THANKS YOU FOR YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT and WE LOOKING FORWARD TO SEEING YOU AT THIS EVENT!