Petroleum Process Modeling & Design Courses

  1. Process Modeling and Simulation 1- Introduction
  2. Process Modeling and Simulation 2 – Intermediate
  3. Process Modeling and Simulation 3 – Advanced
  4. How Efficient is Your Process? Setting Design/Operational Targets
  5. Heat Exchanger Design: Petroleum Operation-Based Fouling Mitigation
  6. Process Equipment & Piping Design, Operation and Maintenance
  7. Natural Gas Process Design
  8. Advanced Process Simulation
  9. Plantation and Ethanol Plant Design/Management

 

 

  1. Introduction to Process Modeling & Simulation – 1 Introduction

Who Should Attend: This training course is designed for engineers and other technical personnel involved in the conception, design, operation, and improvement of upstream and downstream petroleum oil & gas and chemical processes.

Learning Expectations: The Introduction to Process Modeling & Simulation-1 training course program is an introductory level course with the objective to expose the participants to the fundamental or basic knowledge of process modeling through workshop. The acquired skill can be applied during Process Design, Process Flow Diagram (PFD) generation, Heat and Material Balances (HMB) generation, Cost estimation (Capital & Operating Expenses) as well as equipment sizing in the petroleum, oil, and gas industry.

Duration: One Week

  1. Process Modeling and Simulation 2 – Intermediate

Who Should Attend: This training course program is an intermediate level process modeling course designed for engineers and other technical personnel involved in the conception, design, operation, and improvement of upstream/downstream petroleum oil and gas processes.

Learning Expectations: In this Intermediate Process Modeling & Simulation-2 intermediate level training course program engineers will build on the knowledge acquired during introductory level and apply the skills to problems typical of the petroleum, oil, and gas industry. Hands on workshops will include: Generating stream properties, Generating steady state gains, Process Optimization, Troubleshooting and Debottlenecking.

Duration: One Week

  1. Process Modeling and Simulation 3 – Advanced

Who Should Attend: Who Should Attend: This training course program is an advanced level process modeling course designed for engineers and other technical personnel involved in the conception, design, operation, and improvement of upstream and downstream petroleum oil & gas and chemical processes.

Learning Expectations: The Advanced Process Modeling & Simulation-3 training course program is an advanced level training course program where engineers will build on the knowledge acquired during introductory and intermediate levels and apply the skills to problems typical of the petroleum, oil, and gas industry. The advanced level training course program includes Unit Monitoring, Improving process Reliability, Construction Start-up, Plant Operation Asset Management and Maintenance.

Duration: One Week

  1. How Efficient Is Your Process? Setting Design/Operational Targets

Who Should Attend: This training course program is designed to benefit design engineer, a developer of a new process, a supervisor of a chemical or refinery manufacturing unit, a process chemical engineer.

Learning Expectations: Would you like to be able to analyze your process to see how efficient it is relative to what is theoretically possible? Would you like to see what causes the inefficiencies? Understand the interaction between the different parts of the process. The How Efficient is Your Process? Setting Design/Operational Targets training course program presents novel techniques that will enable you to do this in the petroleum, oil, and gas industry. These are fundamentally based methods that only depend on overall mass, energy and work balances for the process. This means that one is in a position to do these calculations with a minimum of information. These can be done for new processes or at the very early stage of process development in the petroleum, oil, and gas industry.

Duration: One Week

  1. Heat Exchanger Design: Petroleum Operation Fouling Mitigation

Who Should Attend: This 3-part training course is designed with the focus on industrial relevance and practical applications in petroleum and refinery industry.

Learning Expectations: The Heat Exchanger Design: Petroleum Operation Fouling Mitigation training course program provides a comprehensive knowledge of petroleum and water fouling, and the interactive effects of fouling with local heat transfer and fluid dynamics, particularly two-phase flows. The training course program covers petroleum and water Fouling Mechanisms; heat Exchanger designs for boiling and condensation applications and heat exchanger design and operation for fouling conditions in the petroleum, oil, and gas industry. This knowledge will enable engineers to determine the root cause of fouling, select cost-effective mitigation techniques on the basis of scientific knowledge, and design and operate heat-exchange equipment to minimize the impact of fouling and reduce costs associated with cleaning, energy consumption, and maintenance in the petroleum, oil, and gas industry.

Duration: One Week

  1. Process Equipment & Piping Design, Operation and Maintenance in Oil & Gas

Who Should Attend: This training course is designed for process engineers, mechanical engineers, engineers and other technical personnel involved in the conception, design, operation, and maintenance of process equipment and piping in upstream and downstream petroleum oil & gas and chemical processes.

Learning Expectations: The Process Equipment & Piping Design, Operation and Maintenance in Oil & Gas training course program provides a fundamental understanding of how key oil and gas process equipment unit operations, including piping are designed, operated and maintained in the petroleum, oil, and gas industry. A number of key oil and gas process equipment unit operations are reviewed including pressure vessels, separators, valves, piping, pumps, compressors, turbo expanders & gas turbines, heat exchangers, air coolers, furnaces, heaters, mechanical refrigeration; fractionators, stabilizers, absorbers & strippers; solid bed disorders, relief valves and flare systems. Design considerations, allowable stress values, corrosion allowance, inspection procedures, specifications and designs, process flow diagrams, troubleshooting, debottlenecking, maintenance procedures are discussed in the training course program.

Duration: One Week

  1. Natural Gas Process Design

Who Should Attend: This training course is designed for engineers and other technical personnel involved in the conception, design, operation, and improvement of natural gas processes.

Learning Expectations: The 4-weeks Natural Gas Process design training course program is specially design to provide a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of the design and operation of natural gas processes. A variety of natural gas process areas are covered, along with workshops, including an Overview of Natural Gas Processing Technology; introduction to the application of computer process design, modeling & simulation of natural gas processes
Natural gas Basics, Thermodynamics and Physical Properties of Natural Gas, Natural Gas composition, properties, behavior, etc; design & operation of Natural Gas Conditioning, receiving and gas treating facilities, Gas injection & re-injection system, Natural Gas Refrigeration System and Dew Point Control; Natural gas Liquid Recovery, LPG Recovery, LPG Products section, LPG Fractionation, LPG Treating, Residual Gas compression Design & operation of Condensate Stabilizer, Support Facilities & Utilities, Water Treating & Disposal, Nitrogen Rejection (KNUR), plus several other relevant topics

Duration: Four Weeks

  1. Advanced Process Modeling & Simulation 

Who Should Attend: Who Should Attend: This training course program is an advanced level process modeling course designed for engineers and other technical personnel involved in the conception, design, operation, and improvement of upstream and downstream petroleum oil & gas and chemical processes.

Learning Expectations: The Advanced Process Modeling & Simulation-3 training course program is an advanced level training course program where engineers will build on the knowledge acquired during introductory and intermediate levels and apply the skills to problems typical of the petroleum, oil, and gas industry. The advanced level training course program includes Unit Monitoring, Improving process Reliability, Construction Start-up, Plant Operation Asset Management and Maintenance.

Duration: One Week