1) Registration for training automatically gets you registered for the luncheon. No need to register or purchase a separate ticket.
2) Membership gives you future discounts on other events. This membership expires June 30, 2019.
Separations, Refrigeration and Moderate Recovery Gas Plant Designs
Modern gas processing is firmly rooted in the concepts of natural gas phase behavior and (equilibrium) stage separations. This second extended module of the "Overview of Gas Processing" explores theapplication of these concepts in a manner that even non-engineers can appreciate and gain an understanding of why particular processing plant is selected for an application. The majority of the training class will cover the applications of the following processing concepts and designs:
- Refrigeration - The heart of virtually all modern gas plant designs.
- Mechanical Refrigeration Units (MRU) - Plants that apply basic refrigeration principals to processing the gas to meet sales quality specifications (Dew Point Control).
- Refrigerated JT Expansion - Moderate recovery gas plant designs utilized when high percentage of NGL recovery (especially Ethane) is not required or is not economical.
This training session will also lay the foundation for the third extended module of the "Overview of Gas Processing" where Expander (Cryo) plants, Condensate Stabilizers and NGL Fractionation is covered in March, 2018.
For Assistance, Please Contact:
Drew Schiller (training) - GPA Director-training @ 713-249-1731 Drew.Schiller@kimley-horn.com
Buffet or Hot, Plated Breakfast, 7:45~8:30
$195 for HGPA members
$230 for non members (this is a good time to get a membership!)
Information about the trainer Ralph Neumann:
MR. RALPH NEUMANN is a highly respected, member of our industry who has gained experience in Oil and Gas Production, Natural Gas Processing, Specialty Fractionation and Pipelines & Gathering Systems throughout his extensive career. While presently an active industry consultant, his prior responsibilities have included his involvement in the implementation of several shale gas and tight gas facility development projects. His extensive experience includes the development of conceptual and detailed designs, multi-discipline project supervision, economic feasibility studies and a variety of field services including pre-commissioning, startup, training and troubleshooting. He has also been responsible for project development, manager of engineering (including safety and environmental) and management of field operations for a large midstream natural gas processing company. He has authored and presented technical papers to the AIChE - dynamic simulation, the GPA Midstream Association (formerly the Gas Processors Association) - nitrogen rejection facilities, gas plant operations management, gas and 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!