Programme:Process Engineering

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Programme Details

This course is intended for Engineering graduates who aspire to become Process Engineer in the Oil & Gas Industry. Participants will be introduced to;

  • Roles of a Process Engineer in the Oil & Gas Industry 
  • Process Engineering Design Steps
  • BFD, PFD & P&ID development
  • Mass Heat Balance Calculations
  • Preparation of a Basic Engineering Package (BEP)
  • Line Equipment and Sizing
  • Process Studies and Technical Report Writing
  • PSV Design & Sizing

At the end of this training, participants will know:
  • How to make design decisions as a process Engineer
  • How to choose the best Process method
  • Relevant codes and Standards such as API25J, API560, API550, ASME SEC VIII DVII etc
  • How to write basic Visual Basic programmes and apply it to Process Engineering
  • How to make advanced spreadsheet using Microsoft Excel
This is course is open to graduates of:
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Petroleum Engineering
  • Industrial Engineering
  • Metallurgical Engineering
  • Material Engineering
  • Process Technicians
  • Any graduate wishing to pursue career in the Oil & Gas Industry.
Benefit of attending this course:
  • Skills development as a Process Engineer
  • Increase in chance of gaining employment in the Oil & Gas sector
  • Networking with professional trainers in the Oil & Gas industry


Course Structure

  • Process Engineering Introduction
  • Roles of a Process Engineer in the Oil & Gas Industry
  • Process Engineering Equipment
  • Block Flow Diagrams (BFD's)
  • Process Flow Diagrams (PFD's)
  • Creation of P&ID's
  • Development of P&ID's
  • Interpreting P&ID's
  • Flare Design
  • HAZOP Study
  • Spreadsheet Design & Calculations
  • Basic Simulations using HYSYS

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