Surface Production Operations: Vol 2: Design of Gas Handling Systems and Facilities
Surface Production Operations: Vol 2: Design of Gas-Handling Systems and Facilities
Design of Gas Handling Systems and Facilities, 3rd Edition includes greatly expanded chapters on gas-liquid separation, gas sweetening, gas liquefaction, and gas dehydration -information necessary and critical to production and process engineers and designers. Natural gas is at the forefront of today’s energy needs, and this book walks you through the equipment and processes used in gas-handling operations, including conditioning and processing, to help you effectively design and manage your gas production facility. Taking a logical approach from theory into practical application, Design of Gas-Handling Systems and Facilities, 3rd Edition contains many supporting equations as well as detailed tables and charts to facilitate process design.
Based on real-world case studies and experience, this must-have training guide is a reference that no natural gas practitioner and engineer should be without. Packed with charts, tables, and diagrams Features the prerequisite ASME and API codes Updated chapters on gas-liquid separation, gas sweetening, gas liquefaction and gas dehydration.
You can also Read Surface Production Operations: Volume IV: Pumps and Compressors
Surface Production Operations: Vol 2: Design of Gas Handling Systems and Facilities content
- Overview of Gas-Handling, Conditioning, and Processing Facilities
- Basic Principles
- Heat Transfer Theory
- Heat Exchanger Configurations
- Hydrate Prediction and Prevention
- Condensate Stabilization
- Glycol Maintenance, Care, and Troubleshooting
- Gas Sweetening
- Gas Processing
- Safety Systems
- Appendix A: Case Study: Membrane/Amine Hybrid Grissik Gas Plant, Sumatra, Indonesia
- Appendix B: Case Study: The Judge Digby Gas Plant Hikes Production with Quick Solvent Change-Out
Volume 1 of the Surface Production Operations series focuses on the processes and equipment involved with oil-handling facilities. Volume 2 focuses on the processes and equipment involved with gas-handling, conditioning, and processing of natural gas for sale. The Volume 3 focuses on plant (facilities) piping and pipeline systems. It also covers relief, vent and flare systems.
Volume 4 focuses of rotating equipment, specifically pumps, compressors and drivers.
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