Prevention of Actuator Emissions in the Oil and Gas Industry

Prevention of Actuator Emissions in the Oil and Gas Industry

1st Edition - June 2, 2021

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  • Author: Karan Sotoodeh
  • eBook ISBN: 9780323919173
  • Paperback ISBN: 9780323919289

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Prevention of Actuator Emissions in the Oil and Gas Industry delivers a critical reference for oil and gas engineers and managers to get up-to-speed on all the factors in actuator fugitive emissions. Packed with a selection process, the benefits of switching to an electric system, and the technology around open and closed loop hydraulic systems helps today's engineer understand all their options. Rounding with a detailed explanation around High Integrity Pressure Protection Systems (HIPPS), this book gives provides the knowledge necessary to lower emissions on today’s equipment.

Key Features

  • Gives readers all they need to understand all the sources and key factors contributing to fugitive emissions and leakage from oil and gas actuators
  • Teaches how to select environmentally friendly actuators, particularly all electric systems
  • Introduces the High Integrity Pressure Protection System (HIPPS) and the ways it reduces flaring

Readership

Mechanical engineers; Instrumentation engineers; piping engineers; actuator engineers; petroleum and energy engineering researchers

Table of Contents

  • 1. Terms and definitions

    2. Introduction to actuators
    2.1 Actuator definition
    2.2 Actuators source of power
    2.2.1 None subsea oil and gas
    2.2.1.1 Air
    2.2.1.2 Hydraulic oil
    2.2.1.3 Electricity
    2.2.1.4 Gas
    2.2.2 Subsea oil and gas
    2.2.2.1 Hydraulic oil
    2.2.2.2 Electricity
    2.3 Actuators types of design
    2.3.1 Linear actuators
    2.3.1.1 Diaphragm actuators
    2.3.1.2 Linear piston actuators
    2.3.1.3 Linear electrical actuators
    2.3.2 Rotary actuators
    2.3.2.1 Rotary diaphragm actuator
    2.3.2.2 Rotary piston type actuators
    2.3.2.2.1 Rack and pinion actuators
    2.3.2.2.2 Scotch yoke actuators
    2.3.2.2.3 Helical spline actuators
    2.3.2.3 Rotary electrical actuators
    2.3.2.4 Rotary electro-hydraulic actuators
    2.3.2.5 Rotary direct gas actuators
    2.3.2.6 Rotary gas over oil actuators
    2.4 Control system & actuator accessories
    2.4.1 Block valve
    2.4.2 Filter and regulator
    2.4.3 Check valve
    2.4.4 Solenoid valve
    2.4.5 Quick exhaust valve
    2.4.6 Limit switch
    2.4.7 Tube
    2.4.8 End stopper
    2.4.9 Position indicator
    2.5 Questions and Answers

    3. Actuator selection for reducing emission
    3.1 Actuators & fugitive emission
    3.2 Actuators and hydraulic oil spill
    3.3 Actuator selection
    3.3.1 Non-subsea oil and gas industry
    3.3.2 Subsea oil and gas industry
    3.4 Actuator selection to reduce emission
    3.5 Questions and Answers

    4. All electrical subsea system and actuation
    4.1 An introduction to subsea
    4.2 Benefits of all electrical subsea system
    4.2.1 Cost
    4.2.1.1 CAPEX
    4.2.1.2 OPEX
    4.2.2 HSE
    4.2.3 Reliability
    4.2.4 Flexibility and efficiency
    4.2.5 Functionality
    4.3 Subsea valves and applications
    4.4 Subsea electrical actuators design review
    4.4.1 Direct drive vs. gear operated motors
    4.4.2 Fail safe mode operation
    4.4.3 ROV override
    4.4.4 Conversion of rotation to linear movement
    4.5 All electrical subsea actuators case study for manifolds
    4.6 Questions and Answers

    5. Subsea hydraulic system development for reducing emission
    5.1 Introduction
    5.2 Open and closed loop hydraulic systems
    5.2.1 Introduction and Description
    5.2.2 Comparison
    5.2.2.1 Operability and response time
    5.2.2.2 Reliability
    5.2.2.3 Logistics and installation
    5.2.2.4 Environmental issues
    5.3 Case studies
    5.3.1 Closed loop hydraulic system in a subsea project
    5.3.2 Effect of closed loop system on design of an actuator
    5.4 Conclusions
    5.5 Questions and Answers

    6. Subsea actuator compensation system development for reducing emission
    6.1 Introduction
    6.2 Types of compensation systems
    6.2.1 Closed compensation system
    6.2.2 Open compensation system
    6.2.3 Questions and Answers

    7. HIPPS for fugitive emission reduction
    7.1 Flare system
    7.2 Flaring and fugitive emission
    7.3 HIPPS for flare reduction
    7.4 HIPPS justification
    7.5 HIPPS and flare reduction case study
    7.6 Questions and Answers

Product details

  • No. of pages: 162
  • Language: English
  • Copyright: © Gulf Professional Publishing 2021
  • Published: June 2, 2021
  • Imprint: Gulf Professional Publishing
  • eBook ISBN: 9780323919173
  • Paperback ISBN: 9780323919289

About the Author

Karan Sotoodeh

Karan Sotoodeh recently earned his PhD in Safety and Reliability in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Stavanger. Previously, Karan was the Senior / Lead Engineer in valves and actuators for Baker Hughes, one of the world’s largest oil field services company. He was responsible for engineering and delivering valves and actuators in subsea manifolds, working with valve suppliers, R&D activities, and maintaining the company’s valve database. He has also worked for AkerSolutions, NLI Engineering, and Nargan Engineers as a senior specialist in piping and valves, assisting with many projects around the world. He is the author of Prevention of Valve Fugitive Emissions in the Oil and Gas Industry and Subsea Valves and Actuators for the Oil and Gas Industry, both published by Elsevier. Karan earned a Master of Research in Mechanical Engineering and a Masters in Oil and Gas Engineering, both from Robert Gordon University of Aberdeen, and a Bachelors in Industrial Engineering from the Iran University of Science and Technology

Affiliations and Expertise

Senior Lead Engineer, Valves and Actuators, Valve Engineering Group, Manifold department, Baker Hughes, Oslo, Norway

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