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Surface Production Operations Series by Ken E. Arnold

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This book identifies and explains the basic concepts and techniques necessary to design, to specify, and to manage oilfield surface production facilities and operations. It contains information for facility operations, how to select appropriate piping systems, and how to handle produced fluids. Two- and three-phase separators are described along with process calculations.

Surface Production Operations, Volume 1: Design of Oil Handling Systems and Facilities

The latest edition of this best-selling title is updated and expanded for easier use by engineers. New to this edition is a section on the fundamentals of surface production operations taking up topics from the oilfield as originally planned by the authors in the first edition. This information is necessary and endemic to production and process engineers. Now, the book offers a truly complete picture of surface production operations, from the production stage to the process stage with applications to process and production engineers. New in-depth coverage of hydrocarbon characteristics, the different kinds of reservoirs, and impurities in crude Practical suggestions help readers understand the art and science of handling produced liquids Numerous, easy-to-read figures, charts, tables, and photos clearly explain how to design, specify, and operate oilfield surface production facilities. The job of a production facility is to separate the well stream into three components, typically called phases oil, gas, and water , and process these phases into some marketable product s or dispose of them in an environmentally acceptable manner. In mechanical devices called separators, gas is flashed from the liquids and free water is separated from the oil.

The contents are believed to reliably represent situations and conditions that have occurred or could occur, but are not represented or guaranteed as to the accuracy or application to other conditions or situations. There are many variable conditions in production facility design and related situations, and the authors have no knowledge or control of their interpretation. Therefore, the contents and all interpretations and recommendations made in connection herewith are presented solely as a guide for the user's consideration, investigation, and verification. No warranties of any kind, whether expressed or implied, are made in connection therewith. The user is specifically cautioned, reminded, and advTised that any use or interpretation of the contents and resulting use or application thereof are made at the sole risk of the user. In production facility design there are many proprietary designs and techniques.

Maurice Stewart, PE, a Registered Professional Engineer with over 40 years international consulting experience in project management; designing, selecting, specifying, installing, operating, optimizing, retrofitting and troubleshooting oil, water and gas handling, conditioning and processing facilities; designing plant piping and pipeline systems, heat exchangers, pressure vessels, process equipment, and pumping and compression systems; and leading hazards analysis reviews and risk assessments. Maurice Stewart , Ken E. The latest edition of this best-selling title is updated and expanded for easier use by engineers. New to this edition is a section on the fundamentals of surface production operations taking up topics from the oilfield as originally planned by the authors in the first edition. This information is necessary and endemic to production and process engineers.

The latest edition of this best-selling title is updated and expanded for easier use by engineers. New to this edition is a section on the fundamentals of surface production operations taking up topics from the oilfield as originally planned by the authors in the first edition.
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