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Oil Water Treatment Technology

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Code Date Time Fee($)
OL153 28 - 30 Dec 2020 11:00 to 16:00 Dubai [GMT +4] 1,750
OL153 19 - 21 Apr 2021 11:00 to 16:00 Dubai [GMT +4] 1,750

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Why Choose this Online Training Course?

When oil companies drill a well, approximately 130,000 gallons of water are required. This quantity is dwarfed when during well stimulation, water usage increases to 2.5 million gallons. During production, water injection or flooding increases the well pressure and enhances oil recovery from 30% of the oil in place to as much as 50%. The water used during these operations is required to be of a certain quality, however the importance of proper water treatment is often underestimated. This is due to the tremendous variation in the water sources used i.e. seawater, borehole, and river water. Poor water quality may lead to clogging of the reservoir and loss of oil production particularly during well stimulation and water injection.

For every barrel of crude produced 7-10 barrels of water are produced, reusing it is vital for reducing the quantity of water used during the reservoir’s lifetime. Produced water contains some oil and its treatment to an environmentally acceptable level is mandatory before disposal. Good oil and water separation are therefore necessary and the physics as well as the mechanics of proper oil and water separation need to be well understood not only for water reuse but also to meet these strict environmental discharge regulations. The methods most commonly employed for oil water separations, include gravity settling and gas flotation. Flotation depends on the surface characteristics of the oil and on its interaction with the gas bubbles. The method used depends on many factors including the type and physical and chemical characteristics of the crude oil ultimately however the governing principle of these separations is dictated by Stokes law.


Training Objectives

What are the Goals?

By the end of this PetroKnowledge online training course, participants will be able to:

  • Learn the details of the impact of effective oilfield water chemistry
  • Comprehend how to assess the oilfield production liquid separation principles
  • Understand the importance of proper water treatment
  • Appreciate the importance of reusing produced water
  • Develop skills necessary to evaluate the technologies used in oil and water separation

Target Audience

Who is this Online Training Course for?

  • Engineering and technical personnel involved in water treatment
  • Maintenance coordinators
  • Operations and manufacturing managers and supervisors
  • Foremen and team leaders
  • Plant and field engineers
  • New engineers
  • Those interested in obtaining a general understanding of water treatment technology

Training Methods

How will this Online Training Course be Presented?

This PetroKnowledge online training course will utilize a variety of proven online learning techniques to ensure maximum understanding, comprehension, retention of the information presented. The training course is conducted online via an Advanced Virtual Learning Platform in the comfort of your choice location.

Organisational Impact

  • Recognized and respected certification for the delegates attending
  • Assurance that the course is delivered by a quality training organization using a very experienced instructor
  • Field engineers and staff with a deeper understanding and a better capability to critically analyse the methodologies employed within the industry
  • Managers who have a broader overview and understanding of the structure and operations of the oil and gas production
  • Employees who understand the details of the chemistry of oil and gas separation operations
  • Delegates with the skills to make better decisions and contribute to performance evaluation and process troubleshooting

Personal Impact

  • A better understanding of water chemistry
  • A straightforward insight of oil chemistry
  • A deeper understanding of the principles of the mechanics of oil and water separation.
  • Troubleshooting operations that impact the industry
  • Improved awareness of the existing and proposed new environmental regulations
  • Identify & consider the many facets of this industry

Daily Agenda

Day One: Oilfield Water Chemistry 

  • Water Chemistry Fundamentals
  • Environmental Regulations and Water Specifications
  • Environmental Impacts Caused by Produced Water
  • Water Sampling and Analysis
  • Produced Water Generation and Production and Management Practices
  • Wastewater recycle / reuse

Day Two:  Oilfield Production Liquid Separation principles 

  • Water Scaling, Corrosion Control and Microbiology of Water
  • Emulsions / Stabilization, Destabilization
  • Principles of flotation
  • Henrys & Stokes Laws
  • Nucleus & Rate of Rise Theory
  • Case Study Scaling Software demonstration

Day Three: Crude Oil Desalting

  • Mechanical filters & Filtration Technologies
  • Evaporative processes
  • Desalting Technologies
  • Membrane processes

Certificates

  • On successful completion of this online training course, PetroKnowledge E-Certificate will be awarded to the delegates

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Oil Water Treatment Technology


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OL153 28 - 30 Dec 2020 N/A $1,750
OL153 19 - 21 Apr 2021 N/A $1,750



Why Choose this Online Training Course?

When oil companies drill a well, approximately 130,000 gallons of water are required. This quantity is dwarfed when during well stimulation, water usage increases to 2.5 million gallons. During production, water injection or flooding increases the well pressure and enhances oil recovery from 30% of the oil in place to as much as 50%. The water used during these operations is required to be of a certain quality, however the importance of proper water treatment is often underestimated. This is due to the tremendous variation in the water sources used i.e. seawater, borehole, and river water. Poor water quality may lead to clogging of the reservoir and loss of oil production particularly during well stimulation and water injection.

For every barrel of crude produced 7-10 barrels of water are produced, reusing it is vital for reducing the quantity of water used during the reservoir’s lifetime. Produced water contains some oil and its treatment to an environmentally acceptable level is mandatory before disposal. Good oil and water separation are therefore necessary and the physics as well as the mechanics of proper oil and water separation need to be well understood not only for water reuse but also to meet these strict environmental discharge regulations. The methods most commonly employed for oil water separations, include gravity settling and gas flotation. Flotation depends on the surface characteristics of the oil and on its interaction with the gas bubbles. The method used depends on many factors including the type and physical and chemical characteristics of the crude oil ultimately however the governing principle of these separations is dictated by Stokes law.


Training Objectives

What are the Goals?

By the end of this PetroKnowledge online training course, participants will be able to:

Target Audience

Who is this Online Training Course for?

Training Methods

How will this Online Training Course be Presented?

This PetroKnowledge online training course will utilize a variety of proven online learning techniques to ensure maximum understanding, comprehension, retention of the information presented. The training course is conducted online via an Advanced Virtual Learning Platform in the comfort of your choice location.

Organisational Impact

Personal Impact

Daily Agenda

Day One: Oilfield Water Chemistry 

Day Two:  Oilfield Production Liquid Separation principles 

Day Three: Crude Oil Desalting

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