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Oil and Gas - Amine Sweetening process

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Oil and Gas -  Amine Sweetening process
Oil and Gas - Amine Sweetening process
Last Update: 3/2022
Duration: 33m | Video: .MP4, 1280x720 30 fps | Audio: AAC, 48 kHz, 2ch | Size: 196 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English

Gas processing facility / Gas Absorption
What you'll learn:
Gain a thorough understanding of Amine Sweetening process
Explanation of the Key Features of Gas Treating on Process Flow Diagrams
Understand common operational problems and their troubleshooting
Familiarization of process operating and design considerations
There are no prerequisites for the course
Dear Students,
This course provides an overview of the operation of Amine sweetening process.
It examines the steps that sour gas goes through in the amine sweetening process.
We will also discuss the variables, and conditions that affect unit operation.
In addition, this course also considers typical operational issues as well as process design safety matters.
In developing the course we ensure the industry-oriented examples and a practical approach, so the key ideas of all lectures illustrated by drawings and process flow diagrams to ensure that all learners gain powerful understandings of the Amine Sweetening process in Oil and Gas Industry.
By the end of this course you will be able to describe the sweetening process, explain the process flow path.
Also get familiar with main equipment, all necessary utilities and safety aspects in operation.
This course is for individuals considering a career in the energy field / oil and gas industry as the Amine Sweetening is a common unit process used in natural gas processing plants, in refineries, in petrochemical plants etc.
This course also come with
· Process Flow Diagrams to use as a handout for this course.
· Udemy Certificate of Completion (upon completion of the course and final assessment, you will be awarded a Certificate of completion for this course)
· A 30 Day Money Back Guarantee (If our course doesn't meet your expectations you get your money back)
Who this course is for
Process Engineers
Maintenance or Project engineers
Operations personnel
Maintenance Technicians and Graduate Process or Reliability Engineers

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