HGPA Midstream May 2020 Luncheon

Join us for lunch, education, and networking!

Join us for lunch, education, and networking! Sign up now, this event always sells out.



Speaker: TBA

May 13, 2020


  • 11:00~11:45 - Check-In and Networking  
  • 11:45~1:00 -  Luncheon and Guest Speaker 
  • Ticket for current Members: $50.00
  • Ticket for Non-Current Members and Guests: $75.00
  • Ticket for walk-ins the day of the event: $75.00



Gas Dehydration (TEG & Mol Sieve) and Treating

This half-day session is the last of four break-out sessions of the popular, "Overview of Gas Processing" Series.  This training will provide an overview of gas dehydration by both TEG and Mol Sieve processes, in addition to treating for gas contaminants such as CO2, H2S and Sulphurs. 

Process suitability and specifications on both dehydration and treating methods for Cryogenics, JT, MRU, Dew Point Control and pipeline will be detailed: 

  • Natural Gas Dehydration Treating - TEG 
  • Natural Gas Dehydration Treating - Mol Sieve 
  • Natural Gas Contaminant Treating - Carbon Dioxide
  • Natural Gas Contaminant Treating - Hydrogen Sulfide 
  • Natural Gas Contaminant Treating - Sulphurs
  • Treatment Specifications - Cryo, JT, MRU and DPC 


Training Schedule:
  • Buffet or Hot Plated Breakfast - 7:45~8:30
  • Training - 8:15~11:15
  • Luncheon - 11:15~1:00
Training Pricing:   
Current HGPA Members -  $195.00 per session
Non-Current and Guests - $230.00 per session
(Registration for the Morning Training INCLUDES the noon Luncheon)
For Assistance, Please Contact:
Drew Shiller (training) - Training Chair @ 713-249-1731 or  drew.schiller@kimley-horn.com
Matt Cray (lunch) - Website Chair @ 832-845-7003 or matt@m4equipment.com
May 13th, 2020 11:00 AM   through   1:00 PM
Houston Racquet Club, 10709 Memorial Dr
Houston, TX 77024-77024
United States

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Luncheon Ticket $75.00

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