Introduction to Midstream Gas Processing

Presenter: Brandon Gray, Process Engineer, Audubon Engineering


Lunch & Learn Summary:

At the heart of GPA Midstream’s core businesses is the process and treating of natural gas for the midstream and pipeline industries. Over the past 50+ years, the gas processing industry has adopted new technologies and also modified proven designs that are still used in the industry today. This Lunch and Learn will give attendees an understanding of the systems that make up the natural gas processing and treating facility and highlight the historical and current industry practices for the process and treating of natural gas.

Topics include:

  1. Objectives of processing and treating natural gas.
  2. Basics of natural gas processing equipment.
  3. Basics of natural gas treating equipment.
  4. Current technologies.
  5. Facility design constraints in shale gas (optional).

Speaker bio:

Brandon Gray is a Senior Process Engineer with Audubon Engineering Company in Houston, TX. Mr. Gray obtained his Bachelors in Chemical Engineering from University of California. He has spent his entire career in the energy industry practicing process engineering for midstream facilities. He has an extensive background involving natural gas treating and processing including technology selection and plant design, equipment fabrication and installation. Areas of expertise include compression, cryogenic and refrigerated gas processing, amine gas treating, nitrogen rejection, helium recovery and associated liquid processing. 

January 18th, 2018 11:03 AM
Office of Halff & Associates
1201 N. Bowser Road
Richardson, TX 75081
United States

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