July 10, 2012


Description

Part 3 of the 5 part Expanding Facilities Knowledge series, this session presents the typical upstream production system.  This session aims to present the factors that influence the upstream production system evolution throughout the design through to installation.  Offshore as well as onshore production systems will be presented along with some of the key differences.  The interaction between all the key stakeholders influencing the design from downhole, flow assurance, owner, and operator through to pipeline and end user sales contracts will be presented.  Some of the tools and software used to develop these systems will also be presented.
 
This 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 industry professionals in the industry.
Parking in the front of the building (between the feeder road and the office) then report to the receptionist (Linda) for sign in and directions to the training room.
 
Space is limited for a total of 32 attendees.  A second workshop can be scheduled if there is the demand.

Featured Speakers

Speaker Erik Sellman
Sr. Product Manager Cameron, Process Systems Division   Erik Sellman, M.Sc Mechanical Engineering, Sr. Product Manager Electrostatics, Cameron Process Systems Erik is a penta-lingual Oil & Gas professional with 36 years of Oil & Gas and Refinery experience who has:   lived and worked in 3 continents /  7 countries, …

Sr. Product Manager Cameron, Process Systems Division


 


Erik Sellman, M.Sc Mechanical Engineering, Sr. Product Manager Electrostatics, Cameron Process Systems

Erik is a penta-lingual Oil & Gas professional with 36 years of Oil & Gas and Refinery experience who has:

 


  • lived and worked in 3 continents /  7 countries, plus travelled to more than 50 countries over his career

  • dual citizen

  • produced 5 SPE papers, plus paper presentations for API, PWS, NAA, ICE, AiCHE, WHO and Aspen Tech

  • logged 8 months offshore and an equal time at onshore Oil & Gas facilities doing start-up, trouble shooting and performance tests

  • worked with heat transfer and oil / water / solids separation, plus solids control systems for drilling

  • Leiro I and Leiro III offshore training, HUET, ROS and North Slope Safety Training


Full Description



Organizer

William Kinney


Date and Time

Tue, July 10, 2012

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

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Location

Cameron Flow Control

4901 W Sam Houston Pkwy
Houston, TX 77041