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Flare Gas Monetization and Commercialization

Understand the Global Perspective Based on GGFR Initiatives

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Online - Virtual , 20240603 03 - Jun - 2024 2 Hrs X 8 Sessions $2,100 Register
Dubai - UAE , 20240722 22 - Jul - 2024 5 - Day $4,950 Register
Online - Virtual , 20240903 03 - Sep - 2024 2 Hrs X 8 Sessions $2,100 Register
Istanbul - Turkey , 20241125 25 - Nov - 2024 5 - Day $5,950 Register

COURSE OVERVIEW

Gas flaring happens during the production of crude oil when there are no technical and operational reasons to recover the associated gas and use it. Countries that produce Oil and Gas have frequently said that they want to limit or do away with associated gas flaring in order to lower greenhouse gas emissions. Oil & Gas producers strive to optimize their production operations to address the challenges caused by gas flaring. Appropriate utilization of flare gas is commercially attractive for gas-producing companies and good for the environment. It can be difficult to use related gas that would otherwise be flared, but there are technical options available.

This Flare Gas Monetization and Commercialization training course will help you to learn the basic elements of the effects of gas flaring, venting, and the need to minimize gas flaring. It will cover various impacts of Gas Flaring, loss of valuable energy, and GGFR activities and initiatives. You will also learn the GGFR best practices to reduce gas flaring. Additionally, this course will cover the technical solutions including GGFR flare gas recovery technologies overview, process chemistry of GTL plants and available GTL technologies, etc. At the end, participants acquire a better knowledge of issues related to gas flaring, commercialization, and monetization.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Upon the successful completion of this Flare Gas Monetization and Commercialization course, participants will have a good knowledge of:

  • Flaring and Venting of Associated Gas
  • Why flaring is required? Flaring and Venting Definitions
  • Effects of Flaring and Implications
  • Environmental Issues associated with flaring
  • Loss of Valuable Energy from Flare Gas
  • Global Gas Flaring Reduction (GGFR) Partnership
  • GGFR Initiatives and Objectives
  • Best practices for Evaluating and Reducing Emissions from Oil and Gas Production
  • GGFR Technology Overview – Utilization of Small-Scale Associated Gas
  • GTL Process Chemistry
  • GTL Plants Products Value Chain
  • Need for mini GTL Plants
  • Mini GTL Plants Technologies
  • Mega GTL Plants in Operation
  • Qualities of Products Produced
  • Economics of Mega GTL Plants

TARGET AUDIENCE

This course is beneficial for a wide range of professionals working in the Oil & gas industry including:

  • Team Leaders, Project Managers, Refinery Managers, Plant Managers, Section Heads, Plant Supervisors, Process Engineers, technical staff, and contractor personnel involved in Offshore and Onshore oil and gas producers, and processors.
  • Supervisors and Engineers, both operations and designing systems for flare gas recovery systems, flare gas conversion processes etc.
  • Managers and specialists who lead or facilitate in the designing, selecting, specifying, operating, installing, and repairing of associated and non-associated flare gas.
  • Mechanical, Electrical, Instrumentation, and Control Engineers who are regularly involved in designing offshore and onshore oil and gas production and processing facilities.

TRAINING METHODOLOGY

This training seminar will utilize a variety of proven adult learning techniques. This training course will be conducted in a facilitative style with a combination of lecture and practical exercises in the use of techniques, case studies, and a high level of lively debate and sharing of ideas. Delegates will be encouraged to introduce problems of their own for discussion and analysis. Throughout the course, the course facilitator combines theoretical aspects with examples/technologies with some case studies of flare gas monetization concepts and projects.

Pre & Post course assessments will be used to measure the effectiveness of this training.

COURSE CONTENTS

Module 1 - Flaring and Venting of Associated Gas

  • KeyTopics:

    • What is Associated Petroleum Gas?
    • What is done with Associated Gas?
    • How much Associated Gas is Utilized, Flared or Vented?
    • Why Associated Gas is Flared or Vented?
    • Emissions from the Flaring and Venting of Associated Gas
    • Difference between flaring and venting
    • Effects of Gas Flaring

Module 2 - Global Gas Flaring Reduction (GGFR) Partnership & Global Perspective

  • KeyTopics:

    • Global Gas Flaring Reduction (GGFR) Partnership
      • Gas Flaring Definitions
      • Gas Flaring
      • Flaring and Carbon Black
      • Who works on reducing flaring?
      • Flaring Fundamentals
      • Examples of GGFR Work
    • GGFR Partnership and Gas Flaring Reduction – A Global Perspective
      • GGFR Background
      • GGFR Team
      • Current GGFR Public and Private Partners
      • Key GGFR Accomplishments
      • GGFR Initiative
      • GGFR – Key Achievements – Global
      • Flaring and Venting Regulation
      • Options for Small-Scale Associated Gas Utilization and Flaring Reduction
      • Key Decision Drivers
      • Utilization Monetisation Options and Qualitative Assessment

Module 3 - GGFR Technology Overview – Utilization of Small-Scale Associated Gas

  • KeyTopics:

    • Gas Processing
    • Power Generation
    • CNG-Compressed Natural Gas
    • Mini-LNG – Liquefied Natural Gas
    • Mini-GTL – Gas to Liquids

Module 4 - Small Scale (mini) and Modular Technologies Gas to Liquid (GTL) Plants

  • KeyTopics:

    • Introduction
    • Several Factors Driving the Growth of GTL Industry
    • GTL Products Value Chain
    • GTL Process Phases
    • Process Chemistry – GTL Plants
    • Reasons to Think Small
    • Modular Approach
    • “PRIMUS GREEN ENERGY” mini GTL Technology
    • “GAS TECHNO” mini GTL Technology
    • “INRA GTL” mini Technology
    • “VELOCYS” mini GTL Technology
    • “CALVERT ENERGY GROUP” mini GTL technology
    • Environmental Aspects and Benefits

Module 5 - Large Scale (MEGA) Gas to Liquid (GTL) Plants

  • KeyTopics:

    • Mega GTL Plants
    • Mega – Is it too big?
    • Key Commercial GTL Plants
    • Key GTL Technologies
    • Existing and Planned Capacity Data
    • Technologies Parameters
    • Performance Characteristics
    • Process Flow Diagram

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