Acid Gas Compression and Injection, Calgary, November 21, 2013

Venue: Calgary - Downtown

Location: Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Event Date/Time: Nov 21, 2013 / 8:30 am - (MST) End Date/Time: Nov 21, 2013 / 4:30 pm - (MST)
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Description

This one-day course provides comprehensive information on the design and operation of acid gas compression and injection facilities.  The session includes a review of the phase behavior of acid gas mixtures and outlines the methods for estimating the properties of acid gas for the design of the compression and injection facilities.  Methods for controlling corrosion and prevention of the formation of hydrates are outlined.  Design considerations of compression and cooling equipment, injection line, well completion, and reservoir selection are also discussed.  Technical and operations persons involved in the specification, design or operation of acid gas injection projects would greatly benefit from this course.  A comprehensive set of course notes is included.  

A complete set of course materials and lunches are included.  

Course Outline

  • Brief Review of Sour Gas Sweetening
  • Acid Gas Handling - Sulphur Recovery
  • Acid Gas Handling - Compression and Injection
  • Prediction of Physical Properties of Acid Gas
  • Corrosion and Hydrate Control
  • Water Content Estimation Methods
  • Maximum Discharge Pressure Determination
  • Number of Compression Stages
  • Cooler Design Considerations
  • Materials Selection
  • Injection Well Completion
  • Reservoir Considerations

Date: Nov 21, 2013

Length: 1 day (8:30 AM - 4:30 PM)

Location: Calgary, AB

Delivery Method: Classroom Training    

CEU: 0.8 Continuing Education Units

PDH: 8 Professional Development Hours

Certificate: Certificate Issued Upon Completion

Fee: $ 895.00 CAD

 

Venue

Calgary - Downtown
Calgary
Alberta
Canada
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Conference Speakers

Ed Wichert earned a Bachelor's degree in Petroleum Engineering from the University of Alberta and a Master's degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Calgary. He has over 35 years of industry experience in oil and gas operations, including many years in sour gas production and processing. Ed has authored numerous publications dealing with sour gas technology, and has been instrumental in developing several correlations for predicting sour gas properties. He is the recipient of the Award of Merit from the Canadian Gas Processors Association, the Lifetime Achievement in Hydrocarbon Measurement Award from the Canadian Institute of Hydrocarbon Measurement and the Projects, Facilities and Construction Award from the Society of Petroleum Engineers. Ed has taught a number of courses in gas technology internationally, and currently serves as an industry consultant, specializing in sour gas matters.