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Life Cycle of a Process Plant focuses on workflows, work processes, and interfaces. It is an ideal reference book for engineers of all disciplines, technicians, and business people working in the upstream, midstream, and downstream fields. This book is tailored to the everyday work tasks of the process and project engineer/manager and relates regulations to actions engineers can take in the workplace via case studies. It covers oil, gas, chemical, petrochemical, and carbon capture industries. The content in this book will be interesting for any engineers (from all disciplines) and other project team members who understand the technical principles of their work, but who would like to have a better idea of where their contribution fits into the complete picture of the life cycle of a process plant.
This book shows the basic principles and approaches of process plant lifecycle information management and how they can be applied to generate substantial cost and time savings. Thus, the readers with their own knowledge and experience in plant design and operations can adapt and implement them into their specific plant lifecycle applications.
- Authors bring their practical and hands-on industry expertise to this book
- Covers the entire workflow process of a process plant from project initiation and design through to the commissioning stage
- Cost estimations which relate to process plants are discussed
- Covers the program and project management in O&G industry
Process engineers, project engineers, technical safety engineers, mechanical engineers, instrument engineers, engineers who are interested in process design at oil and gas companies and engineering companies. This book can also be used as a reference text for senior plant design courses
1. General Guidelines and Definitions
2. Feasibility Studies
3. Process Design
4. Cost Estimation
5. Fabrication and Construction
6. Commissioning and Testing
8. Operation, Maintenance and Turnarounds
9. Optimization, Debottlenecking, and Revamps
10. End of Plant Life
11. Program/Project Management in Oil and Gas Industry
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- © Elsevier 2021
- 1st November 2021
- Paperback ISBN:
Mr. Mahdi Nouri CEng Fellow of IChemE, Founder & Principal Consultant of Triumph Gas Technology Consulting in Houston, Texas. Mr. Nouri has over 23 years of solid experience in gas processing, cryogenic gas processing (NGL and LNG facilities), and CCUS (carbon capture and utilization including CO2 compression & dehydration, and transmission). Prior to forming Triumph, Mr. Nouri was Vice President of gas processing & LNG sector at Americas Region with Worley Group; Director of Upstream and Midstream with Jacobs Consultancy, and Technical Specialist of Gas Processing & LNG with Technology Division of Bechtel OG&C. Mr. Nouri has led consultancy, design, engineering, project management teams for gas plants and LNG facilities design small to large capacity, gas plants modularization, carbon capture, benchmarking, due diligence, feasibility and conceptual studies, PreFEED, FEED, economic analysis, Owner’s Engineer, operation readiness, technical services (plant optimization, operational excellence, troubleshooting, debottlenecking and operation support). Mr. Nouri holds a Bachelor of Chemical Engineering. He has published various papers in the world of gas processing, and technical reports for GPA Midstream, and has presented the keynote addresses for the AIChE Spring gas utilization conference in 2017 and 2019. He was also honored with the GPA Midstream Committee Volunteer of the Year Award 2018, the F&PD Outstanding Presentation Awards at AIChE/2015 & AIChE/2016. Mr. Nouri is also the Chairman of the Facility Design, Operation and Maintenance Committee, the Chairman of the Facility Forum, and member of the Program Committee since 2017 at GPA Midstream; Director of AIChE Management Division (2019 – 2021) and Director of AIChE F&PD (2017 – 2020), and Chairman of Gas Utilization Conference at AIChE spring meeting (2018 – 2021).
Leader of Midstream Operations, OG&C, CH2M
Mr. Lucke is a well-established and recognized expert in the oil refining and gas processing industries with over 30 years of experience as a consultant, engineer, and manager. Starting as process and technology engineer in one of Germany’s leading refinery, Eberhard completed a 2-year assignment in Venezuela before he moved to the USA. Working for several leading engineering and consulting firms in Houston he covered the regions Europe, Caribbean, North and South America in distinct roles like consultant, lead process engineer, owner’s engineer, project manager, department manager and company executive. He led studies and design work in oil refining and petrochemicals, gas monetization, carbon capture, storage and utilization, and biofuels manufacturing. In 2012 Eberhard founded Lucke Consulting Technology Services, LLC to utilize his technical expertise and industry experience in the growth and development of clients across the energy sector. Since then he supported many projects as owner’s engineer and consultant by providing design reviews, due diligence, and technical management. Eberhard serves on the advisory board for the Professional Science Masters Program (Environmental) at Rice University.
Technology Director, OG&C, CH2M
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