July 1, 2008


Description

 New to the oil and gas industry? New to facilities? Do you work in another part of our industry and want to enhance you knowledge about facilities? Want to network with people that have these same interests in common?

Come to the Expanding Facilities Knowledge Workshop! This will be a an excellent way to increase your basic knowledge about oil and gas facilities, no matter what specific field you are in or how much experience you have, as well as broaden your network. 

This 5 part workshop is aimed at imparting basic concepts and facilities knowledge to graduate new hires and summer interns of EP companies and contractors, while allowing opportunities for networking with other young Houston-based professionals in the industry.
 
Session 2:  Processing
Overview of basic topsides processing of oil, gas and water, as well as introduce Piping and instrument diagrams (P&IDs) and Process Flow Diagrams (PFDs).
Pre-registration is strongly encouraged.
 
Note:  walk ins will be seated based on remaining availability and there is no guarantee that a seat will be available once max capacity has been reached.

Networking Social after Session 2:
Baker St. Pub
15970 City Walk
Sugarland, TX 77479
 

 
 
 

Featured Speakers

Speaker Robert W. Chin, PHD PE, Shell and Bill Kinney, P.E., Director - Facilities Engineering, Fluor
Robert W. Chin, PhD, PE Has 25+ years experience in the oil and gas industry.   He started with Shell in 1981, providing fluid flow/process services, specializing in multi-phase flow, pipeline leak detection, heavy oil dehydration, and oil/gas separation. He has been responsible for oil/water/gas/solids process separation design and debottlenecking and spent ...

Robert W. Chin, PhD, PE

Has 25+ years experience in the oil and gas industry.   He started with Shell in 1981, providing fluid flow/process services, specializing in multi-phase flow, pipeline leak detection, heavy oil dehydration, and oil/gas separation. He has been responsible for oil/water/gas/solids process separation design and debottlenecking and spent 6 years in Shell's Bakersfield heavy oil fields. In 1998, he left Shell and co-founded an international sales and marketing company for separation vessel internals and process flow design and analysis. Returning to Shell in 2006, he is presently leading R&D efforts on integrated surface facilities for enhanced oil recovery. He is active in the SPE, being a member of the SPE-GCS Projects, Facilties, and Construction Study Group and a member of the facilities paper selection group for the SPE annual meeting, has co-chaired SPE industry-wide processing workshops, and authored a chapter in the SPE Petroleum Handbook.

 

Bill Kinney, P.E., SPE

Is a Project Director with Fluor Offshore Solutions in Houston, TX. Bill has over 30 years experience developing onshore and offshore oil and gas fields. Bill has worked on all aspects of hydrocarbon production beginning at the reservoir sandface through the topside production facilities, transportation pipelines and export systems. Kinney holds a BS degree in Ocean Engineering from Texas A&M University. Kinney serves on the Civil Engineering Advisory Committee at Texas A&M University and is also a member of MTS and SNAME.

Full Description



Organizer

Valerie Martone


Date and Time

Tue, July 1, 2008

4 p.m. - 6 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central

Event has ended

If you do not have a full-time job in the oil and gas industry, are a full-time student or Member in Transition (MiT) member, and you do not see a discounted registration fee for students/MiT regarding this event, please contact the GCS manager at spe-gcs@spe.org.


Location

Fluor Engineering

One Fluor Daniel Drive
Sugarland, TX 77478