- May 13, 2019 - May 17, 2019
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Course Length: 5 Days Course Dates: May 13 – 17, 2019 Course Venue: Dubai, UAE
Electricity power generation from oil and gas coproduced fluids using binary-cycle power generators or plants has been in multiple locations in the world. The course presents design and construction methodology of a modified waste-heat-to-power generator using produced water to create emission free electricity which can be used on site or for transmission off-site for field operations. The course provides four steps for demonstrating feasibility and profitability of electrical power generation from co-produced water of oil and gas reservoirs – building simulation model, forecasting reservoir and production conditions over the lifetime of the co-produced project, converting the predicted produced fluid flow rate and temperature by the model to electricity output, performing economic analysis of the co-produced projects. The process of designing and constructing waste to power generator is also illustrated. The course also features practical examples and case studies to illustrate the concepts presented in the training course.
Who Should Attend?
This course is designed for renewable energy and bio-energy technology implementing agencies, professionals, project managers, project developers, project & design engineers, process engineers, facility engineers, operation engineers, and asset managers.
What You Will Gain:
- Basic knowledge and fundamentals of Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) power process
- Basic knowledge and fundamentals of available commercial simulation tools for planning, operating and optimizing co-produced-water based electrical power generation plant projects
- Understanding the process of Co-produced-water based electrical power plant equipment selection, design, fabrication, installation and commissioning
- Using interactive work/group discussion to apply the skills acquired during the training course
- Overview of current co-production projects
- Production performance modeling and simulation of petroleum reservoir -wellbore systems
- Overview of binary power plants and Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) power process. Co-produced-water based electrical power generation plant process flow sheet. Process simulations of produced-water power plant. Process evaluation. Economic analysis. Coping with uncertainties
- Co-produced-water based electrical power plant equipment selection, design, fabrication, installation and commissioning
- Case studies and group exercises