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Rocky Mountain GPA 1st Quarter Training Session 
Overview of the Natural Gas and LNG Value Chains
Kindra Snow-McGregor,P.E. PetroSkills | John M Campbell


Have you ever wondered what is the natural gas value chain, and what role does natural gas play in meeting the global energy needs? 

Have you ever wondered what determines the optimal gas plant configuration based upon the plants operating goals / contracts? What are the drivers behind the varioius unit operation selections?  Want to learn more about LNG and the market drivers for that value chain?

This 4-hour seminar will provide an Overview of the Natural Gas and LNG Value Chains.  The session will start with a discussion on Natural Gas and World Energy Trends.  This will set the basis for understanding the role of natural gas in meeting the world’s energy needs.  The role of gas processing in the natural gas value chain will be addressed next.  In this discussion we will cover the various types of hydrocarbon reservoirs that produce natural gas and outline the primary constraints of a gas processing facility.  

Once the foundation for the what and why of gas processing has been laid, we will then touch on the various technology options for gas sweetening, gas dehydration, NGL extraction, fractionation and liquid product treating, including under what conditions process conditions these technologies are selected.  
We will then review the LNG Value Chain, and market drivers.  A review of the primary baseload LNG technologies used (APCI C3 MR, and ConocoPhillips Optimized Cascade®).  A high- level overview of LNG storage tanks, shipping and regasification terminals will be discussed as well. 

This interactive session will have multiple quizzes to test your knowledge along the way.  I look forward to meeting and working with you on the 29th of March! 

Topics covered: 
-    Natural Gas and World Energy Trends 
-    Role of Gas Processing in the Natural Gas Value Chain 
-    Acid Gas Treating 
-    Gas Dehydration 
-    NGL Extraction 
-    Fractionation 
-    Liquid Product Treating
-    LNG Value Chain and Liquefaction Technologies 
-    LNG Storage / Shipping and Regasification 


Cost: $25
Date: March 29th, 2022
Time: Registration 7:30 am (Coffee & light breakfast) - Noon
Location: Republic Plaza


Kindra Snow-McGregor, PE Bio

Mrs. Kindra Snow-McGregor is the Discipline Manager of Oil and Gas Processing with PetroSkills | John M Campbell.  She has a master’s and bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering and Petroleum Refining from the Colorado School of Mines, and over 25 years of experience in the oil and gas industry.  Before joining John M Campbell, she served as the technical lead on several significant projects in the industry for BP, ExxonMobil, ConocoPhillips, Occidental, QatarGas, and XTO.  Mrs. Snow-McGregor has been active in the gas processing / midstream industry for many years.  She currently serves on the GPSA Board of Directors, the GPSA Membership Committee, the GPSA Advocacy Committee and the GPSA Engineering Data Book Editorial Review Board.  She has published 10 technical papers at international conferences, and is coinventor on two technology patents in the gas processing industry.

 ​For questions or concerns please contact
Kevin Milliman | kmilliman@dcpmidstream.com

 

When
March 29th, 2022 7:30 AM   through   12:00 PM
Location
Republic Plaza
370 17th St
Denver, CO 80202
United States

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