Oil and Gas Production Handbook Review

Today, we would like to recommend you to read this book – Oil and Gas Production Handbook which is one of the best free ebooks for oilfield personnel .

Oil and Gas Production Handbook

An Introduction to Oil and Gas Production, Transport, Refining and Petrochemical Industry

Edition 3.0 Oslo, August 2013

Håvard Devold

©2006 – 2013 ABB Oil and Gas

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In this ebook, there are several of topics covered in both upstream and downstream business. You will learn about oilfield from start (exploration) to finish (refinery) and it has an interesting topic about unconventional resource.

These images below are captured from this ebook.

Figure-1-Reservoir

Figure 1 – Reservoir

Figure 2 - Gycol Generator

Figure 2 – Gycol Generator

Figure 3 - Transesterification

Figure 3 – Transesterification

You can see the all the details in this book from the table of content below;

1 Introduction

2 Facilities and processes

2.1 Exploration
2.2 Production
2.2.1 Onshore
2.2.2 Offshore
2.3 Upstream process sections
2.3.1 Wellheads
2.3.2 Manifolds and gathering
2.3.3 Separation
2.3.4 Metering, storage and export
2.3.5 Utility systems
2.4 Midstream
2.4.1 Gas Plants
2.4.1 Gas compression
2.4.2 Pipelines
2.4.1 LNG liquefaction and regasification facilities
2.5 Refining
2.6 Petrochemical

3 Reservoir and wellheads

3.1 Crude oil and natural gas
3.1.1 Crude oil
3.1.2 Natural gas
3.1.3 Condensates
3.2 The reservoir
3.3 Exploration and drilling
3.4 The well
3.4.1 Well casing
3.4.2 Completion
3.5 Wellhead
3.5.1 Subsea wells
3.5.2 Injection
3.6 Artificial lift
3.6.1 Rod pumps
3.6.2 ESP
3.6.3 Gas lift
3.6.4 Plunger lift
3.7 Well workover, intervention and stimulation

4 The upstream oil and gas process

4.1 Manifolds and gathering
4.1.1 Pipelines and risers
4.1.2 Production, test and injection manifolds
4.2 Separation
4.2.1 Test separators and well test
4.2.2 Production separators
4.2.3 Second stage separator
4.2.4 Third stage separator
4.2.5 Coalescer
4.2.6 Electrostatic desalter
4.2.7 Water treatment
4.3 Gas treatment and compression
4.3.1 Heat exchangers
4.3.2 Scrubbers and reboilers
4.3.3 Compressors, anti-surge and performance
4.4 Oil and gas storage, metering and export
4.4.1 Fiscal metering
4.4.2 Storage
4.4.3 Marine loading

5 Midstream facilities

5.1 Gathering
5.2 Gas plants
5.2.1 Gas composition
5.3 Gas processing
5.3.1 Acid gas removal
5.3.2 Dehydration
5.3.3 Mercury removal
5.3.4 Nitrogen rejection
5.3.5 NGL recovery and treatment
5.3.6 Sales gas specifications
5.4 Pipelines
5.4.1 Pipeline terminal
5.4.2 Gas Pipelines, compressor and valve stations
5.4.3 Liquid pipelines, pump and valve stations
5.4.4 Pipeline management, control and safety
5.5 LNG
5.5.1 LNG liquefaction
5.5.2 Storage, transport and regasification

6 Refining

6.1 Fractional distillation
6.2 Basic products
6.3 Upgrading and advanced processes
6.4 Blending and distribution

7 Petrochemical

7.1 Aromatics
7.1.1 Xylene and polyester chain
7.1.2 Toluene, benzene, polyurethane and phenolic chain
7.1.3 Benzene and styrenic chain, derivatives
7.2 Olefins
7.2.1 Ethylene, derivatives
7.2.2 Propylene, derivatives
7.2.3 Butadiene, butylenes, and pygas, derivatives
7.3 Synthesis gas (syngas)
7.3.1 Methanol based products
7.3.2 Ammonia based products

8 Utility systems

8.1 Process control systems
8.1.1 Safety systems and functional safety
8.1.2 Emergency shutdown and process shutdown
8.1.3 Fire and gas system
8.1.4 Control and safety configuration
8.1.5 Telemetry/SCADA
8.2 Digital oilfield
8.2.1 Reservoir management and drilling operations
8.2.2 Production optimization
8.2.3 Asset optimization and maintenance support
8.2.4 Information management systems (IMS)
8.2.5 Training simulators
8.3 Power generation, distribution and drive
8.4 Flare and atmospheric ventilation
8.5 Instrument air
8.6 HVAC
8.7 Water systems
8.7.1 Potable water
8.7.2 Seawater
8.7.3 Ballast water
8.8 Chemicals and additives
8.9 Telecom

9 Unconventional and conventional resources and environmental effects

9.1 Unconventional sources of oil and gas
9.1.1 Extra heavy crude
9.1.2 Tar sands
9.1.3 Oil shale
9.1.4 Shale gas and coal bed methane
9.1.5 Coal, gas to liquids and synthetic fuel
9.1.6 Methane hydrates
9.1.7 Biofuels
9.1.8 Hydrogen
9.2 Emissions and environmental effects
9.2.1 Indigenous emissions
9.2.2 Greenhouse emissions
9.2.3 Carbon capture and sequestration

10 Units

11 Glossary of terms and acronyms

12 References

13 Index

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4 Responses to Oil and Gas Production Handbook Review

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