Oil & Gas Processing Processing Programmes

LIST OF SPECIALIZED AND BOOSTER COURSES IN OIL & GAS PROCESSING

Course Module 1: Hydrogen Production for Steam Reforming

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The course will cover all the many catalysts, absorbents and adsorbents used for hydrogen production. In general, these units have long periods of operation between shutdowns and correct catalyst loading and activation procedures must be followed to avoid unintended outages. All of the hydrogen purification options viz wash systems, methanation, PSA or membranes are covered in the course.
  • Increasing the importance of the steam reformer and the reasons behind the change in emphasis
  • Refinery hydrogen balance.
  •  The role of the steam reformer for the production of both synthesis gas and steam
  • Basic Steam Reformer Design
  • Water and steam systems.
  • Feedstock and feedstock purification
  • Steam reforming chemistry and steam reforming catalyst.
  • Reformer metallurgy
  • Monitoring and dealing with tube failures.
  • Apply and gain in-depth knowledge on hydrogen production by steam reforming.
  •  Identify the reasons behind the change in emphasis and considers the refinery hydrogen balance.
  • Distinguish the role of the steam reformer and understand the basic steam reformer design.
  •  Heighten their awareness on catalyst absorbents and adsorbents used for hydrogen production.

Those involved in refinery process engineering, unit operations, research and development, sales and refinery technical service. Process engineers from design and construction companies as well as those who provide products and services to the petroleum refining industry will also find the course very useful and informative

Amount: N120,000
5 days
Mar 5-9
May 7-11
Aug 6-10

Course Module 2 :Gas Conditioning, Treatment and Processing Technology

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This course is designed to provide participants with an up – to – date overview of gas conditioning and processing technology. This includes product specification and the processes available to condition the gas in order to meet the required specification

Participants will learn the key physical and chemical properties of natural gas components as well as major processes such as Dehydration, Gas Sweetening, Hydrocarbon Dewpoint Control (HCDP Control), LPG Recovery and Fractionation, Sulphur Recovery and Tail Gas Clean-up.

Also to be covered during the course are the factors to consider in designing and selecting the major process equipment such as the Separator/Fractionator.

Design and operation of process control systems, separator, absorption and fractionation facilities will be taught as well.

  • Gain a vast knowledge of natural gas conditioning, treatment and processing
  • Identify types of separators and their sizing.
  • Understand the importance of water content and dew point applied in gas conditioning and processing technology
  •  Identify the formation, prediction and inhibition of hydrates and the process of liquid desiccant dehydration.
  •  Determine the operating variables of gas conditioning and processing technology and recognize enhanced glycol concentration and solid desiccant.
  •  Recognize the thermodynamics of gas and utilize it for the removal of acid gases such as H2S, COS, CO2, RSH.
Participants should have a degree in science or engineering and some experience in the petroleum industry. Process engineers or operators with an interest in gas conditioning, treatment and processing

N150,000

5 days

Mar 19-23

Jul 2-6

Sept 3-7

Course Module 3 : Filtration and Separations Technical Training - Principles, Applications and Troubleshooting

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This course reviews the science behind separation, filtration, coalescing, activated carbon absorption in addition to other related technologies as well as their applications in gas processing and refining industries. Attendees are able to better understand fundamental principles, equipment designs and modes of failure to assist in troubleshooting performance problems. Real cases will be reviewed and discussed.
This course is important for several reasons; Poor contamination control is the leading cause of process instability and losses, filtration and separation is often overlooked and poorly understood in many plants. Proper knowledge of separation systems is critical to plant performance. Lack of formal training across process industries leads to uninformed decision-making.
  • Introduction to Process Separation Systems
  •   Principles of Filtration
  •  Filtration in Liquid Streams
  • Filtration in Gas Streams
  •  Filtration Vessel Designs
  • Principles of Coalescence
  • Coalescence in Liquid Streams
  • Coalescence in Gas Streams
  • Coalescing Vessel Designs
  • Activated Carbon Beds
  • Centrifuges, Cyclones and Scrubbers
  • Membrane Pre-Filtration
  • Problem Solving
  • Real Cases
Process Engineers, Operations and Maintenance Personnel, Managers, Supervisors, Technical Specialists, R&D Personnel, Purchasing Personnel, Engineering & Construction Personnel, Suppliers and Consultants.

N90,000

2 days
April 2-3
Jul 9-10
Nov 1-2

Course Module 4 : ASPEN HYSYS: Process Modelling and Simulation

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ASPEN HYSYS is the leading plant design and simulation tool for the energy industry. It is used for process optimization in design and operations in oil & gas processes. And it accelerates the ability of companies to bring new plants and designs to market in record time. Learn to build, navigate and optimize process simulations using Aspen HYSYS. Participants will learn the efficient use of different HYSYS functions to build steady state process simulations

This course will teach students how to build, navigate and optimize process simulations using Aspen HYSYS. They will be able to use the different functions of the software to build steady state process simulations.

- Starting with HYSYS
- Equations of State
- Compressor operation in HYSYS to model the compressing process
- Expander operation in HYSYS to model the expansion process
- Heat exchanger operation in HYSYS to model the heat transfer process
- Flash separator operation in HYSYS to model the flash separation process
- Partial oxidation reaction of methane to produce hydrogen
- Develop a model that represents the water gas shift reaction
- Absorber operation in HYSYS to model the absorption process
- Recovery of (NGL) from natural gas

New engineering graduates/technologists who will be using Aspen HYSYS in their daily work, Process engineers doing process design and optimization projects and studies, Plant engineers checking plant performance under different operating conditions, R&D engineers and researchers using Aspen HYSYS for process synthesis

N210,000
5 days
Mar 26-30
May 21-25
Aug 13-17
Nov 12-16

Course Module 5 : Fundamentals of Distillation for Engineers (Basic)

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This course is designed to introduce the principles of distillation as a diffusional separation process and describe mathematical and graphical methods for process and plant analysis and design.
- Fundamentals of vapour-liquid equilibrium - Flash distillation - Continuous distillation and the McCabe-Thiele construction, including consideration of: - The feed line - The reflux ratio - Non-ideal systems - Batch distillation - Plate distillation column design. - Multi – component distillation
- Understand vapour-liquid equilibrium - Understand flash distillation, continuous distillation and the McCabe-Thiele construction
Early-career engineers, process engineers and technical staff in the refining and petrochemicals industries.
N120,000 2 days Mar 27-28 Jun 11-12 Sept 3-4 Dec 3-4

Course Module 6 :Fundamentals of Distillation for Engineers (Advanced)

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This course provides a comprehensive understanding of efficient distillation columns operations as well as optimization strategies implementation. Upon completion of the course, the participants will be able to know about all parameters and profiles for the analysis of a distillation column operation, master the concepts necessary to optimize the operation of a column, identify the performances and limits of different control systems and deepen their knowledge of the detection and effects of deficiencies.
- Operating Parameters – Definition and Significance - Fractionation Capability of an Industrial Distillation Column - Process Control Parameters - Equipment Technology and Troubleshooting
- Be able to identify, understand and explain the significance of Operating and and Process Control Parameters - Fractionation Capability of an Industrial Distillation Column - Develop skills and knowledge of equipment Technology and Troubleshooting
Engineers, process engineers, process control personnel and technical staff in the refining and petrochemicals industries.
N150,000 5 days Mar 5-9 May 7-11 Aug 6-10 Nov 12-16

Course Module 7 : Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Processing

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This course provides a comprehensive technical and economic review of the Liquefied Natural Gas industry.
Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to review the structure of an LNG chain and the world map of LNG plants, understand main LNG physical properties and specificities, assess LNG facilities’ hazards and HSE issues, along with risk mitigation and prevention techniques, grasp main liquefaction processes’ operating principles, conditions and constraints, gain an overview of the technology of equipment used in the LNG industry and grasp the essence of LNG markets and contracts.
- The LNG World - LNG Specific Properties and Associated Hazards - Liquefaction and Regasification Process - LNG Storage, Loading/Off – loading and Transport - Technology of LNG Specific Equipment - LNG Plant Operation - LNG Economic Aspects
Professionals involved or interested in the LNG industry: technical and managerial staff in the LNG industry, equipment providers, personnel from engineering companies, etc.

N180,000
5 days
April 9-13
July 16-20
Sept 17-21

Course Module 8 : Refinery Operator Basic Training Course I

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This course provides operators with the knowledge and know-how required for safe, efficient and reliable field operations. For each equipment type, participants will be exposed to its principle, technology, ancillary systems, monitoring, basic operations, risks, safety devices, good practices. Continuous assessment - written tests and oral presentations will be conducted throughout the training.
- Piping & Storage Vessels - Instrumentation and Control Devices - Heat Exchanger Equipment
- Valves, fittings, flexible hoses, safety devices/interlocks. Vessels, storage tanks. Identification symbols for various items of equipment. - Block diagrams, flow sheet, P&ID. Introduction to isometric drawings. - Field applications: equipment recognition, practical exercise of line-plotting, demonstration equipment in the workshop - Heat, energy and heat transfer. Heat exchangers: technology, main types, workings and operation. - Physical variables used in process operations (pressure, temperature, flowrate, density, specific gravity). - Components of a control loop. Instrumentation: workings and operation.
Operators of oil refineries or chemical plants, without any operator certification background, Technicians or staff to be retrained as operators in the chemical, petrochemical or oil industries.

N250,000
10 days
Mar 19-30
Aug 6-17

Course Module 9 : Refinery Operator Basic Training Course II

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This course provides operators with the knowledge and know-how required for safe, efficient and reliable field operations. For each equipment type, participants will be exposed to its principle, technology, ancillary systems, monitoring, basic operations, risks, safety devices, good practices. Continuous assessment - written tests and oral presentations will be conducted throughout the training.
- Basic chemistry. Chemical products and chemical solutions: composition and hazards. - Distillation: principles of the separation, distillation columns. - Products. Quality control tests. Sampling. - Principles of manufacturing processes. - Plant documentation: inventory, content, usage. - Radio communication. Teamwork. - Reporting and handover duties. - Job Safety Analysis for field operators’ routine activity (equipment checks, circuit alignment, sampling, etc.). - Example of procedures for equipment shut-down and start-up. - Case studies - Group work. Lessons learned. - On-site practical exercise on different processes (main equipment, operating conditions). - Role plays.
- Understand Rotary Machinery, Fluid flows, Rotating machinery field recognition, Centrifugal and positive displacement pumps, Centrifugal and reciprocating compressors. - Gain understanding of Single stage, back-pressure steam turbines, Electric motors operation. - Explain Processes – Products – Sampling & Testing – Utilities - Understand Notion of material and heat balance. - Manufacturing process diagram. - Utilities: flare network, waste water treatment, cooling water, air production. - Operators’ Tools – Skills & Organization - Understand Safety Requirements for plant operations - Understand Product hazards: flammability, toxicity, physical hazards.
Operators of oil refineries or chemical plants, without any operator certification background, Technicians or staff to be retrained as operators in the chemical, petrochemical or oil industries.

N250,000
10 days

May 5-16
Nov 12-23

Course Module 10 : Recent Developments in Oil Refining Technologies

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This course provides an up-to-date information on present and future trends of oil refining processes.
Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to get a broad vision of future from technical, safety and environmental constraints for the refining industry, quote the recent developments in oil refining processes, explain how the latest breakthroughs can help meet the new challenges.
- Refinery Products & Process Evolution Outlook for 2020 - Atmospheric & Vacuum Distillation: New Concepts - Catalytic Reforming & Isomerization - FCC: More Polypropylene, More LCO - Gasoline & Sulfur Reduction Strategies - Ultra – low Sulfur Diesel Production & VGO Deep Hydrotreatment - Hydrocracking for Vacuum Distillates & Residues - Hydrogen Balance - Thermal Conversion of Residues - Criticity of Sulfur Units
Engineers, Managers, HSE Professionals, and other oil and gas professionals

N180,000
5 days

Mar 12-16
June 11-15
Sept 3-7

Dec 3-7

Course Module 11 : Process Capability

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Process Capability is the extent to which a stable process meets customer specifications. It applies to all businesses and industries and to aspects of life. Learn concepts that can be put to immediate use in the workplace to help you measure and improve processes. Gain an understanding of process capability and how it can be used to predict the potential failure rate from a process. Learn the statistical techniques that are used to predict the complete output of a process based on a relatively small sample. A Process Capability Analysis is a predictive tool that enables right decisions to be made based on data and facts. You will use practical exercises to learn how to carry out effective process capability studies.
- Introduction to Process Capability - Process Capability Assessments
- Determine how well a process is able to meet customer requirements by measure of process capability and identify when one process is more capable than another. - Distinguish capable from non-capable processes. - Identify how sample measurements are used to estimate population values. - Determine which Control Chart type is most appropriate for monitoring a particular process parameter. - Compute Cp, Cpk, Pp, and Ppk values for processes using continuous data. - Interpret Cp, Cpk, Pp and Ppk and relate them to a defect level. - Take relevant process information for a process using discrete data. - Calculate process assessment measurements. - Look at a powerful operation metric called Rolled Throughput Yield.
People with knowledge of basic statistics including measures of central tendency and dispersion, histograms, and control charts.

N180,000
5 days

Apr 16-20
July 2-6
Nov 5-9

Course Module 12 :Process Variation and Control Charts

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Variation and control charts are essential metrics in business operations. Gain the abilities to analyze process variation, identify trends, shifts, and patterns, as well as key methods for interpreting control charts. Leave this course with the knowledge and ability to create and interpret control charts to use in your organization. This easy-to-follow course, with engaging narration and animation, guides you step-by-step through the process of creating and interpreting control charts. Learn how to analyze process variation and understand the differences between common cause and special cause variation. Identify trends, shifts, and patterns, the key methods for interpreting control charts.
- Introduction to variation - Analysis of Control Charts - Types of Control Charts
- Understand the differences between common cause and special cause variation - Analyze process variation - Analyze sigma level - Understand when to use various types of variable and attribute control charts - Create a control chart - Correctly interpret a control chart -
Managers, supervisors, and employees who need to have an awareness of the fundamentals of quality concepts in their organization.
N180,000 2 days May 2-3 Aug 1-2 Dec 3-4

Course Module 13 : Charting Process Behavior (SPC)

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This course introduces basic concepts for charting process behavior using statistical process control charts. The content covered by this course is also known as Statistical Process Control (SPC). Participants will receive a basic understanding of tools and methods used to measure and understand process behavior over time - in support of a Six Sigma DMAIC project or for ongoing process management. Course materials are presented within the context of a Six Sigma improvement project, where process behavior charts (control charts) are often used in the Measure, Analyze, and Control phases of the D-M-A-I-C process. However, involvement in a Six Sigma project is not a prerequisite, and no prior knowledge of Six Sigma is assumed.
- The Six Sigma Improvement Process - Measurement & Metrics - Trend Chart Toolset - Histogram Toolset - Quantifying Process Variability - SPC ‐ Introduction and Background - SPC ‐ Introduction to Control Charts - SPC ‐ Control Chart Limits - SPC ‐ More On Control Limits - Implementing SPC - SPC Chart Selection - Rational Subgrouping Toolset - X and Moving Range Charts ‐ Toolset - Attribute Control Chart Toolset - X‐bar and R Chart Toolset - Related Theory - Process Capability Toolset - Advanced SPC Charts I - Advanced SPC Charts II - Exercises and Quiz
- Understand the Six Sigma DMAIC process - Understand the basics of measurement - Construct and interpret a histogram - Evaluate process performance over time using a Trend Chart - Develop a subgrouping strategy - Construct and interpret Statistical Process Control charts for variable and attribute data - Perform a capability analysis - Recognize when to apply the tools and techniques to complete the measure, analyze, or control phase of a Six Sigma project - Perform calculations as required -
Engineers, Managers, HSE Professionals, and other oil and gas professionals
N180,000 3 days Mar 26-28 July 23-25 Sept 17-19

Course Module 14 : Basic Refining Operations

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This course is designed to give participants basic understanding of the functions and operations of petroleum refineries. It provides an essential back-ground to effective operation of the process units in a refinery.
- Review of basic Petroleum Chemistry - Properties and flow of fluids - Elements of Petroleum Refining - Tanks, Vessels and Columns - Essential Utilities. Oil Movement and Storage - Corrosion and Maintenance Problems.
- Understand refining operations - Understand fluid and flow properties - Understand process equipment, corrosion and maintenance problems.
Process Operators, Maintenance Technicians and Technologists, Oil Movement Operators, Shift Supervisors. Quality Technicians, Refiners in Vegetable Oil Plants, etc.
N100,000 5 days Mar 12-16 June 4-8 Oct 8-12

Course Module 15 : Natural Gas Gathering, Transmission and Distribution Management

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To expose participants to surface operations in associated and non-associated petroleum gas handling and simple principles of Gas Plant Management.
- Review and overview of world natural gas scenario. - Hydrocarbon fluids mechanics - Natural gas reservoirs/Subsurface behaviour of hydrocarbon fluids. - Gathering/Pipelines system design, Conceptualization sizing and topography and route selection. - Gas Pipelines simulation/Network Analysis. - Principles and practice of hydrocarbon fluids separation. - Gas dehyadration and compression systems.
- Technical problems in natural gas transmission system and management/control. - Characterization and compositions of natural gas and related derivatives. - Understand Natural Gas production techniques and operation (Surface/Subsurface) - Rotating machines and their Application/Optimization in natural gas transport.
Field Operators, Technical Supervisors Engineers and Management staff involved in Gas Operations in major Petroleum Production and Service Companies, Gas Companies, Refinery Staff involved with Gas Plant Systems and Decision Makers in the Petroleum Industry.
N150,000 3 days Mar 26-29 July 2-4 Sept 10-12

Course Module 16 : Advanced Natural Gas Gathering, Transmission Distribution and Management

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This course provides participants with an advanced training in Gas Engineering Operation. Trainees will be exposed to an in-depth and adequate theoretical and practical Gas Systems design and principles in managing a gas operation and enterprise development.
- Applied Natural-Gas Systems and Thermodynamics Laws - Natural Gas Engineering - Natural Gas Reservoirs and Gas Wells - Natural Gas Wells Inflow Performance and Evaluation. - Applied Compressor Engineering Operations and Management. - Energy Economics in Natural Gas Engineering Operations. - Natural Gas Systems Process Dynamics and Control. - Natural Gas Procession and Conditioning. - Natural Gas Projects Development and Economics. - Natural Gas Project Management - L.P.G. and LNG Systems development and Management - Fundamentals of Petroleum Laws - Managing a Natural Gas Enterprise
- Understand units’ operations in Natural Gas Operations Engineering. - Understand Applied Heat Transfer and Thermodynamics processes in natural gas Engineering. - Real Gas Laws and Super Compressibility - Understand Natural Gas Pumping Units, Auto Refrigeration and Non-Compressor Operations in Natural Gas Operations and System Management. - Understand Fundamentals of Petroleum Laws and how to manage a Natural Gas Enterprise - Relating MACHINES Operations Management - Fundamentals of Gas Projects Financing Accounts. - Gas Production Control and Management. - Natural Gas Systems Performance Auditing. - Decision Analysis and System Overall Management.
For Engineering Managers, Gas affairs managers, executive directors of operations, and managing Directors of gas companies, Chief Engineers Directors and Senior Engineers with high level Management of Operational responsibilities, Gas Operations Engineers and high level Engineers or technical manpower who may have attended the first module of this course as a pre-requisite titled “Natural Gas Gathering, Transmission and Distribution”
N150,000 3 days April 2-4 Aug 1-3 Oct 22-24

Course Module 17 : Safe Application of Plant Utilities

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A practical course to acquaint staff with plant utilities generally and introduce them to their application with emphasis on safety for efficient and effective production
- Notions of Utilities - Heat Transfer, Thermal properties of matter. - Water Treatment - Electrical Equipment
- Identify and understand plant utilities - Understand heat transfer and safety issues - The role of water treatment - Understand electrical equipment utilities, use and maintenance
Utility Operators in industries such as Refinery, Petrochemicals, plastics, textile, breweries, Oil companies, blending plants, water boards, electricity generators, glass Industry, Steel plants etc.
N120,000 4 days May 7-10 Oct 15-18

Course Module 18 : Water Treatment Processes for Industrial and Domestic Consumption

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Operating a water treatment plant can become very tedious if basic concepts are not adequately understood. This course if designed to provide the engineer or operator the skills and knowledge to operate their water plants safely, professionally and in accordance with international best practices. At the end of this course, the trainee should be able to understand the principles of water treatment and thereby acquire the capability to operate their plants satisfactorily.
- Introduction to water chemistry and analysis - Basic unit operations/processes in water treatment. - Aeration, Sedimentation, Softening, Filtration, Stabilization, Adsorption, Disinfection & Iron removal - Preliminary treatment - Corrosion, protection in the water industry - Boiler-Water and Cooling water treatment - Recycling of waste water e.g. cooling water - Basic unit operations/processes in waste water recycling - (e.g. Cooling Lower) - Economics of waste water recycling
- Understand principles of water treatment - Acquire capability to operate water treatment plants satisfactorily - Understand Water treatment waste disposal - Safety in water treatment plants - Process and quality control in water treatment - Understand environmental laws on Industrial/domestic waste water treatment and discharge.
Process Engineer, Plant Operators, Production, Supervisors, Power plant and Utilities Engineers/ Operators, Government Agencies with duties related to energy etc.
N150,000 5 days Apr 2-6 July 2-6 Oct 22-26

Course Module 19 : Laboratory Management

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This course is designed to provide the participants with the knowledge and skills of laboratory management.
- Laboratory types, fittings and furnishings - Designing a Laboratory - Record keeping in the laboratory. - Laboratory discipline - Installing Laboratory Equipment
- Know type of laboratories and their furnishing and fittings - Understand laboratory layout - Understand the principles of designing laboratory stores. - Know the correct methods and places for Installing. - (i) Balances - (ii) Barometers - (iii) Galvanometers - (iv) Distilling units - Understand the management of stores - Understand the principles of store keeping. - Know the acquisition, Storage, and use of technical information.
Laboratory Supervisors, Laboratory Superintendent, Chemists, Laboratory managers sand other middle and senior cadres of industrial, and specialized laboratories.
N100,000 5 days Mar 26-30 June 18-22 Nov 5-9

Course Module 20 : Laboratory Management

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This course is designed to provide the participants with the knowledge and skills of laboratory management.
- Laboratory types, fittings and furnishings - Designing a Laboratory - Record keeping in the laboratory. - Laboratory discipline - Installing Laboratory Equipment
- Know type of laboratories and their furnishing and fittings - Understand laboratory layout - Understand the principles of designing laboratory stores. - Know the correct methods and places for Installing. - (i) Balances - (ii) Barometers - (iii) Galvanometers - (iv) Distilling units - Understand the management of stores - Understand the principles of store keeping. - Know the acquisition, Storage, and use of technical information.
Laboratory Supervisors, Laboratory Superintendent, Chemists, Laboratory managers sand other middle and senior cadres of industrial, and specialized laboratories.
N100,000 5 days Mar 26-30 June 18-22 Nov 5-9

Course Module 21 : Introduction to Natural Gas Technology

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This course introduces participants to natural gas technology concepts, principles and practices. Delegates will be exposed to systems, processes and controls and facilities for Natural Gas production.
- Fundamentals of Natural Gas Technology - Natural Gas Chemistry and Physics - Natural Gas Characterization and Composition - Hydrocarbon fluids Mechanics - Types of Natural Gas - Natural Gas Reservoirs / Classification - Elements of Natural Transmission - Natural Gas Processing - Elements of Gas Metering
- Understand the basic Concepts and applicable Sciences and - Mathematics of Natural Gas Technology. - The field and plants requirements, - Operational Safety requirements, - Equipment / Machinery Configuration and requirement - Recognize the Systems processes and Control requirements and facilities - Appreciate the Quality Control and Quality Assurance - Criteria, market and Customers demands.
Craftsmen, Technician, Technologists, Engineers, Marketing, Public Affairs and Finance / Accounts Personnel.
N100,000 5 days Mar 19-23 Jul 9-13 Dec 10-14

Course Module 22 : Natural Gas Production Technology

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This course aims to give deep knowledge to production personnel involved with natural gas and associated liquids to acquaint or reacquaint themselves with gas production unit operations
- Natural Gas Exploration Technology - Natural Gas Drilling Engineering Technology - Natural Gas Well Completioning Technology - Natural Gas Reservoirs Technology - Natural Gas Production Tests - Natural Gas Production Control - Field handling of Natural Gas - Plant Handling of Natural Gas - Natural Gas Processing and Control - Natural Gas Storage - Natural Gas Transmission and Distribution Technology.
Understand the various model of Natural Gas Technology, source of Gas and types. Technique, Types of Natural Gas production, Control Techniques, Field production, Storage, Formation Evaluation, Reserve Estimates, Production Decline, Material Balance, Volumetric. Natural Gas Exploration / Exploitation, Subsurface Operations, Surface Operations, Natural Gas Drilling Technology, Natural Gas Drilling and Well Complefuid, Gas Well Tests and Test Procedures.
Craft men, Technicians, Technologists, Engineers, Senior Engr, Chief Engineers, Managers e.t.c.
N100,000 5 days Apr 9-13 Aug 27-31

Course Module 23 : Basic Natural Gas Processing Technology

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This course seeks to provide delegates skills and knowledge to identify technical Problems associated with Gas Processing, principles of Reservoir Hydrocarbon Fluids Separation, and natural Gas Dehydration Technology/Elements of gas thermodynamics
- Elements of Hydrocarbons Nomenclature and Classification - Elements of Source Pont Phenomenon and Gas Reservoir Technology - Hydrocarbons Systems Physical properties - Qualitative and Quantitative Natural Behaviour - Basic Natural Gas Thermodynamics - Water Hydrocarbon Phase Behaviour - Natural Gas Processing Technology - Natural Gas Conditioning and Stabilization - Systems Process control and Management
- Understand source of Gas and Types - Understand Mechanics of Natural Processing Science and Technology - Understand Justification for Gas Processing and Science of Impurities - Be familiar with unit operation of the Separator Systems - Identify Process Variables and Control - Understand Gas Scrubbing / Straining - Familiarize with rotating machines application in Gas Processing
For Whom: Craftsmen, Technician, Technologist, Engineers, Manager e.t.c.
N180,000 5 days April 2-6 Aug 20-24

Course Module 24 : Natural Gas Processing and Conditioning Technology

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This natural gas course aims to give deep knowledge to production and processing personnel involved with natural gas and associated liquids to acquaint or reacquaint themselves with gas conditioning and processing unit operations.
- Principles of Natural Gas Processing. - Elements of Heat Transfer Technology. - Natural Gas Separator Systems Technology. - Basic Separator Component and Mechanism. - Types of Separators. - Natural Gas Processing Technology. - Natural Gas Dehydration Technology. - Natural Gas Conditioning Technology. - Technology Problems in Natural Gas Processing.
- Select and evaluate processes used to dehydrate natural gas, meet hydrocarbon dew point specifications and extract natural gas liquids - How to apply thermodynamic property correlations to the design and evaluation of gas processing facilities - Equipment sizing methods for major process equipment - To recognize and develop solutions to operating problems and control issues in gas processing facilities - Technical fundamentals, property correlations, phase behavior and applied thermodynamics - How to apply phase behavior principles and phase diagrams to design and operating problems - How to apply thermodynamic laws and principles to equipment design and operation
Senior Technicians, Technologists, Engineers, Managers, Senior Managers, Executive Directors / MD's
N120,000 5 days May 7-11 Aug 27-31 Nov 26-30