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LNG Industry: Gas Production, Plant Process and Engineering

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Course Overview

Natural gas production, especially its extraction, transportation and processing, requires extensive knowledge and understanding. The liquefied natural gas (LNG) industry is a highly competitive one, demanding upmarket processes and systems and continuous innovation to stay ahead of the cut-throat competition.

Attaining success in the LNG industry involves success in not just processes of exploration, transportation, processing and the like, but also detailed information and knowledge of processes and systems in LNG plants.

Given the sensitivity of this industry, engineering plays a major role in various instances, including design and selection of the types of tanks, vaporisers and other types of equipment used at LNG plants.

This Zoe’s LNG production and plant process training course will empower you with the knowledge and information needed to make your mark in the LNG industry.

The Gas Production and Plant Process training course content covers all important aspects that would be necessary to clearly understand how to execute gas production systems and processes and how to select and/or manage LNG plant engineering systems.

This Gas Production and Plant Process training course will equip you with the necessary skillset and capabilities to undertake any role in the global LNG industry, within and outside your organisation.

Course Objectives

The primary objective of this LNG production and plant process training course is to empower professionals with—

  • complete knowledge and information about LNG production as well as processes and engineering of various systems and equipment at LNG plants
  • the necessary foresight and preparedness to assess current situations as well as future demand and related challenges to make provisions to prevent these from having a grave impact on organisational success
  • the required confidence and experience to guide and train other professionals on processes and functions involved in gas production as well as LNG plant engineering
  • the knowledge and information of required standards and benchmarks to be maintained when producing gas at LNG plants, thereby ensuring that one’s organisation abides by the required laws and regulations
  • the strategic skills and experience to predict future demand and introduce automation for operational excellence and increased employee efficiency
  • A sense of pride from contributing to organisational growth and development through leaner operations, operational excellence and increased employee safety
  • The ability to contribute to organisational cost savings through regular maintenance of machines and equipment, thereby extending their life
  • The capabilities and skill to handle any higher role and/or responsibility within and outside the organisation, thereby ensuring career growth and progression

Training Methodology

Zoe Talent Solutions offers customised, tailor-made training programs for all its training courses. Thus, before each session, the content is thoroughly reviewed and revised, if necessary, to suit the professional experience and backgrounds of the trainees.

The trainer assigns group tasks and assignments to the training group to ensure two-way participation and engagement in the program. Relevant case study discussions and role-plays ensure practical application of the theoretical training. Experiential learning is also given utmost importance.

This unique, mixed approach to training was devised by Zoe Talent Solutions and is called the Do–Review–Learn–Apply Model.

Organisational Benefits

With professionals undertaking this LNG production and plant process training course, their organisations will derive the following benefits:

  • Trained and experienced professionals who manage gas production and all activities and processes occurring at LNG plants
  • Regular checks and audits for adherence to standards and guidelines to reduce negative impact or risks of hazards and accidents at these locations
  • Continuous training of employees regarding various practices, standards and precautions related to activities at LNG plants, at no additional costs
  • Adherence to international standards and conventions, thereby increasing credibility of the organisation in handling gas production and related activities
  • Application of advanced technologies and methods to increase operational efficiency for higher quality of delivery
  • Effective risk analysis, assessment and management to prevent losses to the organisation
  • Increased investments as a result of increased organisational credibility
  • Better maintenance of machines and equipment to prevent early wear and tear, thus saving costs for the organisation
  • Organisational growth and development because of increased investments, lesser risks and reduced costs

Personal Benefits

Professionals enrolling for this LNG production and plant process training course will derive the following benefits:

  • Complete knowledge and information about gas production and functions at LNG plants
  • Increased awareness and experience to conduct regular inspections, identify gaps and fix these to increase operational excellence
  • Enhanced confidence and knowledge to apply advanced technologies and techniques to improve the quality and speed of existing processes
  • Increased knowledge and experience to mentor other professionals to handle gas production processes and technologies, and other related activities, at LNG plants
  • Greater understanding and awareness of international standards and benchmarks of operation, thereby ensuring that one’s organisation is in accordance with these guidelines
  • Enhanced perspective to foresee challenges and set corrective measures to prevent grave impact to one’s organisation
  • Greater potential and ability to contribute to organisational growth and development through better systems and processes positively impacting the efficiency of the organisation
  • Dynamic skillset and capabilities to undertake any or many roles and responsibilities concerning LNG production and other related activities at LNG plants, thereby supporting one’s growth and progression within and outside one’s organisation

Who Should Attend?

  • Managers and LNG plant operators overseeing operations at LNG plants
  • Engineers carrying out one or many functions and operations at LNG plants
  • Senior management of an organisation responsible for making financial and strategic decisions impacting operations at LNG plants
  • Technical experts responsible for checking and correcting any issue with machines and engineering aspects at LNG plants
  • Vendors and suppliers involved at various stages during LNG production
  • Internal and external auditors responsible for ensuring adherence to all required standards and benchmarks
  • Legal and financial advisors providing necessary advice on legal issues and expenses at plants, respectively
  • Any other professional interested in knowing more about LNG production as well as LNG plant processes and engineering

Course Outline

The LNG production and plant process training course covers the following areas important to understanding LNG production as well as LNG plant processes and engineering:

Module 1 – Process of Liquefied Natural Gas Production

  • Gas treatment
    • Mercury removal
    • Gas sweetening
    • Drying
  • Liquefaction
  • Storage
  • Transport
  • Regasification

Module 2 – Major Equipment Components of LNG Import and Regasification Terminals

  • Unloading arms
  • Cryogenic pipelines
  • Storage tank(s)
  • Low-pressure pumps
  • Boil-Off Gas (BOG) compressors and re-condensers
  • High pressure (HP) pumps
  • Vaporisers

Module 3 – Types of Tanks

  • Single containment tanks
  • Double containment tanks
  • Full containment tanks
  • Membrane tanks
  • In-ground tanks

Module 4 – Main Types of Vaporisers

  • Open rack vaporisers
  • Submerged combustion vaporisers
  • Intermediate fluid vaporisers
  • Ambient air vaporisers

Module 5 – Kinds of Facilities Receiving LNG Deliveries

  • Onshore import LNG terminals
  • Offshore import terminals
  • Peak-shaving facilities

Module 6 – Classification of Gas Liquefaction Processes

  • Propane pre-cooled mixed refrigerant process
  • Mixed-fluid cascade process
  • Optimised cascade process
  • Dual mixed refrigerant process

Module 7 – LNG Pipeline Network

  • Gathering pipeline system
  • Transmission pipelines
  • Distribution line system
  • Service line systems

Module 8 – Factors Affecting Gas Pricing

  • Oil price escalation
  • Gas-on-gas competition
  • Bilateral monopoly
  • Netback from final product
  • Regulation: social and political
  • Regulation: below cost
  • Regulation: cost of service
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