Atlanta, USA, // London (UK) // Dubai
Duration: 2 Weeks // 1 Week
$ 4,900 for 1 Week
$ 8,000 for 2 weeks
March 11, 2019
April 15, 2019
May 13, 2019
June 10, 2019
July 15, 2019
August 12, 2019
September 9, 2019
October 14, 2019
November 11, 2019
December 2, 2019
Personnel in the gas treating, sulfur recovery and environmental conservation areas of the petroleum refining business including managers, process engineers, and operators.
YOU WILL LEARN
- Safety concerns with handling H2S and H2S rich streams
- Composition of typical refinery sour gas and acid gas feeds and their characterization
- The different types of amines: advantages and disadvantages
- How to select an amine from the various types available and calculate amine circulation rates required
- How to select a sour water processing scheme
- How to select sulfur recovery unit configuration
- About the economics of tail gas treatment plant selection to meet legislation
- Individual processes, engineering, materials, and construction challenges
- How to handle the operation of units, interaction and challenges encountered
- How to maximize reliability
- How to increase sulfur removal and recovery by debottlenecking, changing solvents, and sulfur plant oxygen injection
ABOUT THE COURSE
- Practical acid gas removal, sour water stripping, and sulfur recovery processes are stressed.
- Details of chemistry, process conditions and materials are described as required to assure a real understanding of the processes and their materials, construction, and operational issues.
- To ensure that participants return to their workplace with enhanced ability and understanding, a large portion of the course includes participant discussions and problem solving.