LNG Facilities for Operations and Maintenance - OT-43

Discipline: Operations & Maintenance
Level: Foundation
Instructors who teach this course:
  • Mr. Alan Royer
  • Mr. Buck Titsworth
  • Mr. Danny van Schie

  • About the course
  • Designed For
  • You will learn
  • Course Content
This is a 5-day, LNG-industry version of our popular OT-1 Gas Production/Processing for Operations and Maintenance course, with expanded coverage on refrigeration, liquefaction, and utilities. The course includes in-depth information on basic LNG mixed refrigerant processing. Instructors will explain contaminant removal processes employed in LNG processes. Relevant details of the APCI LNG liquefaction processes are described. Class exercises/problems focus on application of theory to operational trends, so operators can understand their processes and become proficient at identifying issues and troubleshooting problems before production suffers. Course content is customizable to client needs.

"The real problem solutions as exercises in the class was very helpful to understand the application. Very good instructor and material. Definitely was good material to understand the LNG process." - Participant, Mexico

LNG facility operators who require a working knowledge of the various processes used in production fluid conditioning and processing, including the common operational difficulties that may arise and operational tactics used to resolve them. Also suitable for maintenance technicians, supervisors, and managers, as well as other non-engineering personnel who would benefit from an understanding of gas processing techniques that can be applied in their daily work activities.
  • Basic chemistry and physical principles related to hydrocarbons
  • Fundamentals of gas processing and conditioning for the LNG industry
  • Important specifications for gas, LNG, NGLs, and condensate
  • Phase behavior fundamentals
  • Practical thermodynamics: mass and energy balances
  • Important topics of H2S and CO2 removal before liquefaction
  • Processes used to sweeten and dehydrate produced fluids
  • Mechanical refrigeration principles
  • Other contaminants in LNG feed-gas
  • NGL stabilization and fractionation
  • Introduction to APCI LNG process
  • Basic chemistry and physical principles related to hydrocarbons
  • Introduction to LNG facilities
  • Phase behavior fundamentals
  • Mechanical refrigeration
  • Production separators and oil dehydration
  • Mass transfer operations
  • Amine sweetening
  • Water-hydrocarbon behavior
  • Solid bed adsorbers
  • Gas expansion NGL recovery
  • Fractionation fundamentals
  • Basic LNG mixed refrigerant process