The course will cover all aspects of natural gas liquids recovery methods including (MRU, Turbo expander, JT valve) with all essential concepts of operation and control, and will provide strong basic knowledge of gas liquefaction principles. This course is designed to provide necessary information and practice for such activities.
State the applications of refrigeration in industry,
Define ‘critical temperature’ and ‘critical pressure
Define the term ‘liquefaction
Distinguish between ‘adiabatic’ and ‘isothermal’ expansion
Explain the Joule‑Thomson effect and state its relevance to refrigeration
Explain the industrial vapor compression system of refrigeration
Describe the primary and secondary refrigerants,
Describe the components of a refrigerant system.
Define the terms ‘primary refrigerant’ and ‘secondary refrigerant’.
State the desirable properties of each of the above groups of refrigerants.
List typical refrigerants and their uses
Gain deep knowledge of turbo expander system
Who Should Attend?
Process operations professionals.
Field & DCS operators.
Petroleum & chemical engineers.
Oil & Gas Treatment technicians.
The Course Content
Day One: Fundamentals & principles
Introduction to NGLs
Properties of gases
Basic concepts of liquefaction ( boiling point & latent heat )
Gas Liquification methods
Uses of refrigeration
Basic refrigeration principles (adiabatic, isothermal change and The Joule-Thomson Effect
The Selection of a Refrigerant
Day Two: MRU: Main equipment & Process Description
Refrigeration Study & analysis
Day Three: MRU: Operation, Control, and troubleshooting
Routine Operating Checks
Main Process problems ( causes & corrective actions )
Day Four: JT Valve, Turbo Expander: Construction & principles
Introduction to turbo expander
Turbo Expander components
Turboexpander working principle
Day Five: Turbo Expander: Operation and Control
Operation and control
Overview of NGLs Recovery methods
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