This course covers in greater details the outlines in the 15 hours course. It utilizes formal lectures, group discussions, problem-solving exercises and videos to enable graduate engineers acquire fundamental knowledge in the area of oil and gas process engineering.
Various project case studies are employed to enhance the trainee’s experience.
The course covers deep process engineering principles, basis for process engineering design and hands-on mini project to ensure participants are well-equipped to be integrated into the labour market.
Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:
- Understand general oil and gas/process engineering essentials and role of process engineer in various fields.
- Understand fundamental principles and unit operations used in oil and gas industries.
- Describe basic concepts of oil & Gas processing
- Recognize the need and when to use process and pipeline simulation software like Aspen HYSYS, PIPESIM, etc for process engineering analysis
- Gain confidence in the development of process engineering drawings
- Learn to perform process engineering calculations and sizing of different equipments during engineering projects.
Course Content Summary
Some of the course topics are:
- Overview of onshore and offshore oil and gas production/processing and utilities
- Process engineers’ involvement/expectations in different stages of engineering design including conceptual design, Front End Engineering Design and Detailed Design
- Essentials and hands-on preparation of engineering drawings
- Fundamentals of Process Control
- Process engineering calculations
- Preparation of Process Documents
NOTE: The forty (40) hours course contains more topics/details than the fifteen (15) hours course.