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Gas  Processing Course Pt1

At the end of this  training, Delegates should be able to:

    1. Appreciate the hazards involved in gas production and know the mitigations necessary
    2. Understand the composition of natural gas
    3. Demonstrate understanding of gas measurement units
    4. Be able to explain the difference between a sweet gas and a sour gas
    5. Understand the dangers imposed by the presence of H2S gas in Natural gas Production
    6. Understand the source of natural gas
    7. List and explain the use of natural gas
    8. Understand different pressure units and basic conversions
    9. Explain the basic components of a Christmas tree.
    10. Know the factors affecting the choice of gas production plants

Gas  Processing Course Pt2

At the end of this 1 day training, Delegates should be able to:

    1. Understand the principle behind the various gas Processing plant
    2. Understand the roles of gas plants
    3. Explain gas dehydration processes
    4. Be able to Explain Phase separation,
    5. 3phase separators, cyclone separators, sludge Catcher etc.
    6. Explain the process of Hydrogen Sulphide removal (Gas Sweetening)
    7. Understand the challenges in gas transportation
    8. Be able to describe the various types of compressors available in gas processing and their functions
    9. Be able to explain some basic terminologies in gas transportation e.g LNG.CNG, GTL, GTS, e.t.c
    10. Understand Safeguarding Systems and general instrumentation in gas plants.
      Understand Gas Due point and Sales Specification

Instrumentation and Control

(Full Package)

    1. Introduction to Instrumentation
    2. Definititions and Terminologies
    3. Sensors and Transducers
    4. Temperature Measurement Principle
    5. Pressure Measurement Principle
    6. Level Measurement Principle
    7. Flow measurement Principle
    8. Standards and calibration 
    9. Control Systems and strategies
    10. Controller Tuning
    11. Piping and Instrumentation Diagram

Controller Tuning (I&C)

At the end of this training, Delegates should be able to:

    1.  Identify the need for controller tuning
    2. Highlight the benefit of controller tuning
    3. Understand a self regulating and an integrating processes
    4. Explain the effect of P, I and D in a control loop
    5. Differentiate between the Proportional band and the Gain of a controller
    6. Understand when a controller is using an Integral Gain and Integral Time
    7. Explain direct acting and reverse acting controllers

Controller Tuning (I&C)

At the end of this training, Delegates should be able to:

    1.  Identify the need for controller tuning
    2. Highlight the benefit of controller tuning
    3. Understand a self regulating and an integrating processes
    4. Explain the effect of P, I and D in a control loop
    5. Differentiate between the Proportional band and the Gain of a controller
    6. Understand when a controller is using an Integral Gain and Integral Time
    7. Explain direct acting and reverse acting controllers

Sensor and Transducers (I&C)

At the end of this  training, Delegates should be able to:

  1. Show understanding in the use of basic terminologies in Instrumentation
  2. Understand the functions of various measurement devices
  3. Understand the factors necessary for the selection of an instrument
  4. Understand the different between a sensor and a transducer
  5. Understand measurement concept
  6. List common variables and their measurement units.

Crude oil Production Training Pt2

(Course Objective)

  1. Understand Flow-station Start-up procedure
  2. Understand 2ph & 3h Crude oil Separation System
  3. Explain the stages involved in crude oil separation
  4. Be able to monitor parameters for Separation
  5. Understand the need for Well testing
  6. Be able to prepare a vessel for well testing
  7. Be able to flawlessly operation the senior Daniel Orifice fitting
  8. Understand surge vessel controls
  9. Explain the various levels of shutdow(kerning).

Crude oil Production Training Pt1

At the end of this training all participant should:

  1. Understand hydrocarbon Formation Process and Reservoir Strata
  2. Understand Reservoir Fluid
  3. Be able to explain drilling process and well Completion
  4. Understand the components of the Christmas Tree and their function
  5. Understand Manifold Operation and be able to switch wells in the manifold
  6. explain the Purpose of a Flowstation or Crude oil production Platform
  7. Should be able to list and explain the functions of various equipment found in a typical flowstation
  8. Understand the need for chemical injection and the different type of chemicals in use
  9. Understand the various type of separators in use and their internal Configuration

Preasure Measurement Principle

At the end of this training, Delegates should be able to:

  1. Explain the benefit of pressure measurement in the industry
  2. Highlight the functions of various Pressure measurement instrument
  3. Understand the difference between Dynamic and Static Pressure
  4. Differentiate between Absolute Pressure, gauge pressure and differential pressure
  5. Convert between the different units of pressure
  6. Understand the principle behind some mechanical Pressure transducers and elements

 

Programmable Logic Controller (PLC)Training

At the end of this 1 day training, Delegates should be able to:

    1. Understand the basic concept and development of PLC, its definition and terminologies
    2. Identify the components in a PLC system, including hardware and software
    3. Understand the advantages of PLC over relay logic
    4. Identify basic PLC input and output systems
    5. Identify and list basic PLC programing languages
    6. To write simple ladder logic programs using timers, counters, latch output and other functions.
    7. know how to download programs and set the PLC online.
    8. Carry out practical exercise with a simulation software.

Piping and Instrument Diagram (I&C)

At the end of this  training, Delegates should be able to:

  1. Understand the purpose and objectives of process drawings
  2. Understand the various types of drawings available in the process industry
  3. Identify symbols used globally in drawings
  4. Draw, read and interpret process drawings
  5. state the type of information to be captured the various types of process drawings
  6. Identify an instrument location through the P&ID
  7. Understand the function of an equipment looking at the P & IDting the space within letters pairs (kerning).

Work Place Safety Course

At the end of this  training, Delegates should be able to:

  1. Be able to identify work place hazard
  2. Be able to list the elements of the fire Triangle
  3. Understand basic Fire Fighting Procedure
  4. Understand the classes of fire and their extinguishing method
  5. Understand the dangers of chemical handling and the control method in place
  6. Be able to explain the acronym SHOC and its content
  7. Understand the effects of Manual Handling
  8. Be able to carry Risk Assessment
  9. Understand the causes of Accidents and follow steps to prevent accidents in the workplace
  10. Know Hazardous Area Classificatio

Standards and Calibration 

(I&C)

  1. Explain and differentiate between standard and codes
  2. Appreciate the importance of standards
  3. Highlight the roles of some major organizations in maintaining standards
  4. Be able to carry out a simple calibration process
  5. Understand why calibrations are carried out and as well list its benefits
  6. Be able to list factors that may affect calibration intervals
  7. Explain the hierarchy in the calibration refernce standards and the concept of traceability.

Controller Tuning (I&C)

At the end of this training, Delegates should be able to:

  1.  Identify the need for controller tuning
  2. Highlight the benefit of controller tuning
  3. Understand a self regulating and an integrating processes
  4. Explain the effect of P, I and D in a control loop
  5. Differentiate between the Proportional band and the Gain of a controller
  6. Understand when a controller is using an Integral Gain and Integral Time
  7. Explain direct acting and reverse acting controllers