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2012 - 2013 F A C I L I T I E S T R A I N I N G G U I D E

INSIDE THIS ISSUE: Technical Training Courses for Facilities Engineers in Upstream Oil and Gas
Topics Include: Gas Processing, Process Facilities, Mechanical, E&IC, Process Safety Engineering,
Offshore Facilities, Gas Gathering Systems, Relief & Flare, Utility Systems and more.

ADDITIONAL COURSES FOR: NEW COURSES INCLUDE:


O OPERATOR TRAINING - Production and processing operations, O PF-47 Utility Systems, PAGE 27
gas dehydration operations, cryogenic NGL recovery and NGL O IC-71 PLC and SCADA Technologies, PAGE 33
fractionation. (Courses Customized to Your Plant and Operations) O IC-72 Valves and Actuators, PAGE 33

O ME-47 Rotating Machinery Best Practices, PAGE 35


O SUPPLY CHAIN PROFESSIONALS IN UPSTREAM OIL AND GAS
and REL-41 Rotating Equipment Reliability
O OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE PROFESSIONALS Optimization, PAGE 36, by Forsthoffer and Associates


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Letter From The President


John M. Campbell & Company thanks you, our customers, for what is proving to be
another exceptional year for us in 2012. We are experiencing record enrollments in our
public courses as well as increased interest in our in-house programs.

Our focus continues to be on learning programs that produce competent facilities


engineers in the shortest time possible and increase the depth and breadth of
understanding for those professionals in related disciplines involved in the design
and operation of oil and gas facilities. You will notice several examples of course
progressions in our catalog. These are designed to be a visual road map for selecting
courses that provide essential knowledge and skills in many technical competencies.

In 2012 we are adding several new courses to our curriculum:

1) PF-47 Process Utility Systems This course will be offered for the first time in
December 2012. This course is relevant for facilities engineers who are responsible for
designing, operating and maintaining utility systems in oil and gas processing facilities.
A detailed course description can be found on page 27.

2) IC-71 PLC and SCADA Technologies and IC-72 Valves and Actuators - These two
courses follow our popular IC-3 and IC-4 programs and are essential for those facilities
and instrumentation engineers involved in the design and operation of process control
systems. Course descriptions can be found on page 33.

3) ME-47 Rotating Machinery Best Practices and REL-41 Rotating Equipment Reliability
Optimization - These two programs are important components to have a deeper
understanding of rotating machinery. The courses are designed and presented by
Forsthoffer Associates Inc., a company with a long history of training and consulting
regarding pumps, compressors, and drivers in the energy sector. A detailed description
of these courses can be found on pages 35 and 36, respectively.

As we move through the remainder of 2012, our mission is to continue a long tradition
of designing, developing and delivering world-class technical training programs. Weve
been doing so since 1968. Thank you for entrusting John M. Campbell & Company with
the development of your people.

Robert A. Hubbard
President
John M. Campbell & Co.

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2012-2013 FACILITIES TRAINING CATALOG 1

DELIVERING
TECHNICAL TRAINING
TO OIL & GAS FACILITIES ENGINEERS

Engineers Trained OUR VISION: Be the preeminent provider


65,000+ on Gas Processing of technical training solutions to the
international energy industry.

44+ Training Oil and


YEARS Gas Engineers OUR MISSION: Partner with the energy
industry to design, develop and deliver
world-class technical training programs that
produce measureable results and inspire
Instructors Avg 30+ Years customer loyalty by building competency in
30+ their workforce.
YEARS of Real-World Experience

John M. Campbell & Co., Norman, Oklahoma, one of the worlds largest and
best-known oil and gas training companies. OIL AND GAS JOURNAL

John M. Campbell & Co., an employee-owned company, is the exclusive provider of PetroSkills facilities training and one of the most distinguished
providers of training in the oil and gas industry. Since 1968 we have built our reputation on our Gas Conditioning and Processing course also
known as The Campbell Gas Course or the Campbell G-4. As demand for highly skilled employees in the petroleum industry grows, we have
expanded our training curriculum to include the whole stream of skills needed from well-head to the finished product.

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Table Of Contents
1 About John M. Campbell & Company

5 Building a Performance-Ready Facilities Engineer

9 My Personal Fast-Track

12 2012-2013 Course Schedule

GAS PROCESSING

17 G-1 Overview of Gas Processing Non-Technical

G-2 Overview of Gas Processing Technical

G-29 LNG Short Course: Technology and the LNG Chain

18 G-4 Gas Conditioning and Processing


(The Campbell Gas Course)

19 G-4 Sample Course Outline

20 G-4LNG Gas Conditioning and Processing LNG Emphasis

G-40 Process/Facility Fundamentals

PS-4 Process Safety Engineering

21 G-5 Gas Conditioning and Processing Special

G-6 Gas Treating and Sulfur Recovery

PROCESS FACILITIES

23 PF-4 Oil Production and Processing Facilities

24 PF-4 Sample Course Outline

25 PF-21 Applied Water Technology in Oil and Gas


Production

PF-22 Corrosion Management in Production/Processing


Operations

26 PF-42 Separation Equipment Selection & Sizing

PF-43 Heat Transfer Equipment

PF-44 Relief and Flare Systems

27 PF-45 Onshore Gas Gathering Systems: Design &


Operation

PF-47 Process Utility Systems NEW!

PF-81 CO2 Surface Facilities

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OFFSHORE OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT


29 OS-4 Fundamentals of Offshore Systems: Design & 38 OM-21 Applied Maintenance Management
Construction
OM-41 Maintenance Planning and Work Control
OS-21 Overview of Offshore Systems
39 OM-22 Project Management for Engineering and
SS-2 Fundamentals of Subsea Systems Construction

OM-42 Managing Brownfield Projects


PIPELINE
OM-23 Essential Leadership Skills for
31 PL-4 Fundamentals of Onshore and Offshore Pipeline Technical Professionals
Systems

PL-42 Onshore Pipeline Facilities: Design, Construction & PROCUREMENT/SUPPLY CHAIN


Operations
40 SC-41 Contracts and Tenders Fundamentals
INSTRUMENTATION, CONTROLS & ELECTRICAL SC-42 Effective Materials Management
32 ICE-21 Instrumentation, Controls and Electrical Systems for SC-61 Inside Procurement in Oil & Gas
Facilities Engineers

E-3 Electrical Engineering Fundamentals for Facilities OPERATOR TRAINING


Engineers
42 P-3 Production/Processing Operations
IC-3 Instrumentation and Controls Fundamentals
for Facilities Engineers 43 OT Gas Dehydration Operations
33 E-4 Electrical Engineering Practices for Facilities Engineers OT Cryogenic NGL Recovery and NGL Fractionation
IC-4 Instrumentation and Controls Engineering Practices for OT-1 Operator Training for Oil & Gas
Facilities Engineers Processing Facilities
IC-71 PLC and SCADA Technologies NEW!

IC-72 Valve and Actuator Technologies NEW! 44 PetroSkills Exploration & Production

48 Books and Software


MECHANICAL
50 John M. Campbell Consulting
34 ME-41 Piping Systems Mechanical Design and Specifications
52 Campbell Tip of The Month
ME-44 Fundamentals of Pump and Compressor Systems
53 Conferences and Conventions
ME-46 Compressor Systems Mechanical Design and
Specifications 55 Instructor Biographies
35 ME-47 Rotating Machinery Best Practices NEW! 63 Contact and Registration
ME-62 Turbomachinery Monitoring and Problem Analysis

REL-4 Principles of Reliability Engineering

36 REL-41 Rotating Equipment Reliability Optimization NEW!

REFINING

37 RF-31 Fundamentals of Refining Technology

RF-61 Refinery Gas Treating, Sour Water, Sulfur and Tail Gas

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WHAT SETS PETROSKILLS APART? THE ALLIANCE.

THE PETROSKILLS ALLIANCE |


Created in 2001 by BP, Shell, and OGCI to provide important but not
unique high-quality, business-relevant, competency-based training. Through its membership PetroSkills has successfully evolved into an
industry-driven, industry-approved program that spans the value chain. PetroSkills continues to grow as additional organizations join the
PetroSkills Alliance at various levels.

Build competent petroleum professionals by delivering learning and


MISSION. development when, where and how customers need it.
OBJECTIVES:
PEOPLE - DRIVE THE ALLIANCE PROCESSES - GUIDE THE
ALLIANCE
U Provide the highest quality, business relevant program that spans all
The Member Advisory Board provides
industry-led guidance, and Member Detailed Competency Maps, technical processes, and give management assurance that they have the
subject matter experts ensure that
content aligns with industry need
continually updated and reviewed,
provide the industry-
skilled people they need to maximize asset value
through technical Discipline benchmark framework for
Networks. development U Offer added value to employees via courses that are new, broad, ll gaps,
PetroSkills and deliver the ability to perform and be able to prove it
Alliance U Ensure the instructors are the best available
(collaboration)
COMPETENCY CONTENT - U Develop and continuously improve PetroSkills Competency Maps and
SOLUTIONS KNOWLEDGE WHEN, WHERE
AND HOW IT IS NEEDED progression trees; continue to align Competency Maps with corporate
Software, consulting, workforce
development, and tailored solutions Instructor-led training in multiple delivery business goals
to ensure organizational competency models, PetroCore e-reference for
on-demand knowledge transfer, and U Lower internal training costs by reducing administrative burdens,
blended coaching/mentoring to accelerate
time to competency improving economies of scale, and/or eliminating marginal courses
U Increase the availability of courses in both the number of offerings and
the number of delivery locations, thereby delivering competencies at
the lowest total cost

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Building a Performance-Ready
Facilities Engineer
HOW TO QUICKLY BUILD A PERFORMANCE-READY SURFACE FACILITIES ENGINEER
A structured, integrated training program consisting of courses taken in a logical progression is the key to quickly developing a broad-
based facilities engineer who is ready to perform based on their technical knowledge and experience.
The diagram below illustrates this comprehensive approach where each course builds on a previous course. The bottom layer consists
of basic courses for broad interest, or a refresher course or as a primer for a higher level course. The next layer up consists of our
foundational level courses (e.g. OS-4, G-4, PF-4, and PL-4) that give a solid foundation for a career as a facilities engineer. After
completing one or more foundation level courses, to broaden your knowledge on specific topics, an engineer is ready for our mid-level
courses with a variety of topics whether it is in process safety, rotating equipment, or instrumentation and controls. If more in-depth
specialization is required, additional specialized courses may be chosen.
While we believe in the value and efficiency of face-to-face training for technical knowledge transfer, younger engineers also need to be
applying what they learn in our courses to their everyday jobs. With Campbell Designed Work Experience Inventories, key learning points
received in the classroom are reinforced in real-world situations, then verified and cataloged for assurance purposes.
Face-to-face training, work experience inventories, mentoring and coaching all work together to make up a robust Accelerated
Development Program (ADP). For more information on a customized ADP for your company, contact us at today at 405-321-1383 or
email us at info@jmcampbell.com.

CO2 Surface Facilities Compressor Systems Design Turbomachinery Monitoring

Operations Management Utility Systems Offshore & Subsea Systems Gas Gathering Systems

Non-Rotating Produced Water


Flare and Relief Pipelines
Equipment Treating

Advanced Oil & Gas Instrumentation


Rotating Equipment Process Safety
Processing Topics & Controls, Electrical

PL-4
OS-4 G-4 PF-4
ONSHORE AND
OFFSHORE DESIGN & GAS CONDITIONING OIL PRODUCTION &
OFFSHORE PIPELINE
CONSTRUCTION AND PROCESSING PROCESS FACILITIES
SYSTEMS

OS-21 G-2 G-29 PF-2


INTRO TO OFFSHORE INTRO TO GAS PROCESSING LNG SHORT COURSE INTRO TO PROCESS FACILI
FFACILITIES
TIES

Expanded versions of this diagram are available further in our catalog for Gas Processing Engineers, Process Facilities Engineers,
Offshore Engineers, and Pipeline Engineers.
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Campbell Courses
Delivered Exclusively

ANY COURSE IN-HOUSE COURSES allow participants to receive comprehensive training and
individualized attention from top instructors. They are an excellent solution to training
DELIVERED EXCLUSIVELY needs when travel budgets are reduced. Using our resources, we can develop
YOUR LOCATION customized and relevant training programs on virtually any petroleum related subject

YOUR TEAM
while incorporating a companys own data into the curriculum. All course attendees
are limited to your internal employees and can be held anywhere you need training.

NOT ENOUGH PARTICIPANTS CONSIDER A


FOR AN IN-HOUSE COURSE? SPONSORED
PUBLIC COURSE
SPONSORED PUBLIC COURSES are courses held using our standard
course material for 2 or more clients, each committing 5-8 registrations.
The course location is arranged with the sponsoring client, then John M.
Campbell & Co. opens registration to the public to fill the session.

CAMPBELL COURSES CUSTOMIZED COURSES are for clients who come to us with training requests that

TAILORED TO FIT
require specific geographic or asset-based learning requirements. These customized
courses typically use part of an existing Campbell course that is then enhanced with
YOUR NEEDS additional content. The content can be developed by Campbell exclusively, or it can be
developed collaboratively with input and direction from the client. Customized courses,
once developed, often become a regularly scheduled course in the clients training
program. They can be delivered face-to-face or online, and with mentoring or remote
coaching.

Let us help you get your facilities engineers the training they need.
To schedule an in-house or sponsored course, email us at jmcsupport@jmcampbell.com.

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Personal Fast-Track
MY PERSONAL FAST-TRACK TO COMPETENCY (3-YEAR PLAN)
You know what your career goals are but have you figured out the best way to get there? Comprehensive self-
assessment can highlight areas in which you may need training. Use this chart to develop your own personal
FastTrack to competency progression.

* Record the Course Name, Date and


Location in the boxes below. 2 Choose additional courses, such as
Process Safety Engineering (PS-4) or
Corrosion Management in Production/
Processing Operations (PF-22), or other
company-specific training, for further
depth in developing competencies.

3 For broader knowledge, choose


courses such as Project
Management for Engineering and
Construction (OM-22).

1 Choose a Foundation course, such as


Gas Conditioning and Processing (G-4),
Oil Production and Processing (PF-4),
Fundamentals of Offshore Design and
Construction (OS-4) or Fundamentals of
Onshore and Offshore Pipeline Systems
(PL-4).

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Campbell Training

ANY COURSE. ANY TIME. ANY PLACE.


John M. Campbell & Co. is committed to making training as convenient as possible, thats why we offer
our courses in areas known to be hubs of oil and gas activity, minimizing your travel and other related
costs and adding value to our courses.
Dont see the course you need on our schedule? Any course listed in our catalog or on our website can be
scheduled on an In-House or Sponsored Public basis at the location of your choice.
So whether you are looking for training for yourself or your entire team, John M. Campbell & Co. offers an
option to fit your needs.
To learn more, email jmcsupport@jmcampbell.com or call +1-405-321-1383.

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Around the World

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2012-2013 Scheduled Courses


CODE COURSE TITLE LOCATION START DATE END DATE TUITION PG
OS-21 Overview of Offshore Systems Doha 9/9/12 9/13/12 $4,694.00 29
G-4 Gas Conditioning and Processing Houston 9/10/12 9/21/12 $7,474.00 18
OS-21 Overview of Offshore Systems Houston 9/10/12 9/14/12 $3,628.00 29
PF-4 Oil Production and Processing Facilities Stavanger 9/10/12 9/21/12 $7,972.00 23
G-4 Gas Conditioning and Processing Aberdeen 9/17/12 9/28/12 $8,905.00 18
G-4 Gas Conditioning and Processing Bandung 9/17/12 9/28/12 $8,795.00 18
PS-4 Process Safety Engineering London 9/17/12 9/21/12 $4,547.00 20
G-2 Overview of Gas Processing - Technical Stavanger 9/18/12 9/20/12 $3,150.00 17
G-40 Process / Facility Fundamentals Houston 9/24/12 9/28/12 $3,628.00 20
ICE-21 Instrumentation, Controls and Electrical Systems for Facilities Engineers Houston 9/24/12 9/28/12 $3,628.00 32
SS-2 Fundamentals of Subsea Systems Houston 9/24/12 9/28/12 $3,628.00 29
IC-3 Instrumentation and Controls Fundamentals for Facilities Engineers Doha 9/30/12 10/4/12 $4,694.00 32
G-6 Gas Treating and Sulfur Recovery London 10/1/12 10/5/12 $4,970.00 21
ME-62 Turbomachinery Monitoring and Problem Analysis Houston 10/1/12 10/5/12 $3,628.00 35
OS-4 Fundamentals of Offshore Systems Design and Construction London 10/1/12 10/12/12 $7,581.00 29
PF-44 Relief and Flare Systems Houston 10/1/12 10/5/12 $3,628.00 26
SC-42 Effective Materials Management Houston 10/2/12 10/4/12 $2,331.00 40
ME-44 Fundamentals of Pump and Compressor Systems Doha 10/7/12 10/11/12 $4,694.00 34
PS-4 Process Safety Engineering Dubai 10/7/12 10/11/12 $4,694.00 20
G-4 Gas Conditioning and Processing Kuala Lumpur 10/8/12 10/19/12 $8,621.00 18
OM-42 Managing Brownfield Projects Orlando 10/8/12 10/12/12 $3,329.00 39
ME-41 Piping Systems - Mechanical Design and Specification London 10/15/12 10/19/12 $4,547.00 34
E-3 Electrical Engineering Fundamentals for Facilities Engineers Orlando 10/22/12 10/26/10 $3,628.00 32
G-5 Gas Conditioning and Processing - Special Houston 10/22/12 10/26/12 $4,158.00 21
ME-44 Fundamentals of Pump and Compressor Systems London 10/22/12 10/26/12 $4,547.00 34
ME-46 Compressor Systems - Mechanical Design and Specification Orlando 10/22/12 10/26/12 $3,628.00 34
OM-41 Maintenance Planning and Work Control Orlando 10/22/12 10/26/12 $3,329.00 38
PF-4 Oil Production and Processing Facilities Orlando 10/22/12 11/2/12 $7,474.00 23
G-4 Gas Conditioning and Processing Houston 10/29/12 11/9/12 $7,474.00 18
IC-3 Instrumentation and Controls Fundamentals for Facilities Engineers Orlando 10/29/12 11/2/12 $3,628.00 32
OS-4 Fundamentals of Offshore Systems Design and Construction Singapore 10/29/12 11/9/12 $7,130.00 29
PF-81 CO2Surface Facilities Calgary 10/29/12 10/31/12 $2,615.00 27
G-4 Gas Conditioning and Processing Stavanger 11/5/12 11/16/12 $8,905.00 18
G-4 Gas Conditioning and Processing Orlando 11/5/12 11/16/12 $7,474.00 18
ME-41 Piping Systems - Mechanical Design and Specification Orlando 11/5/12 11/9/12 $3,628.00 34
PS-4 Process Safety Engineering Orlando 11/5/12 11/9/12 $3,628.00 20
ME-44 Fundamentals of Pump and Compressor Systems Orlando 11/12/12 11/16/12 $3,628.00 34
ME-47 Rotating Machinery Best Practices Houston 11/12/12 11/16/12 $3,682.00 35
OT-1 Operator Training for Oil & Gas Processing Facilities Midland, TX 11/12/12 11/16/12 $3,482.00 43
PF-21 Applied Water Technology in Oil and Gas Production Orlando 11/12/12 11/16/12 $3,628.00 25
PF-45 Onshore Gas Gathering Systems: Design and Operation Orlando 11/12/12 11/16/12 $3,628.00 27
SC-41 Contracts and Tenders Fundamentals Houston 11/12/12 11/14/21 $2,331.00 40
G-4 Gas Conditioning and Processing Aberdeen 11/12/12 11/23/12 $8,905.00 18
G-4 Gas Conditioning and Processing Dubai 11/18/12 11/29/12 $8,663.00 18
PF-4 Oil Production and Processing Facilities Doha 11/18/12 11/29/12 $7,908.00 23
PL-4 Fundamentals of Onshore and Offshore Pipeline Kuala Lumpur 11/19/12 11/30/12 $7,130.00 31
G-4LNG Gas Conditioning and Processing LNG Emphasis Doha 11/25/12 12/6/12 $8,663.00 20
IC-3 Instrumentation and Controls Fundamentals for Facilities Engineers Houston 11/26/12 11/30/12 $3,628.00 32
ME-41 Piping Systems - Mechanical Design and Specification Brisbane 11/26/12 11/30/12 $4,631.00 34
PF-4 Oil Production and Processing Facilities Bakersfield 11/26/12 12/7/12 $7,474.00 23
PF-42 Separation Equipment - Selection & Sizing Orlando 11/26/12 11/30/12 $3,628.00 26
PF-81 CO2Surface Facilities Midland, TX 11/27/12 11/30/12 $2,615.00 27

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CODE COURSE TITLE LOCATION START DATE END DATE TUITION PG
G-4 Gas Conditioning and Processing Brisbane 12/3/12 12/14/12 $8,862.00 18
G-6 Gas Treating and Sulfur Recovery Orlando 12/3/12 12/7/12 $3,938.00 21
ME-44 Fundamentals of Pump and Compressor Systems Kuala Lumpur 12/3/12 12/7/12 $4,715.00 34
OM-22 Project Management for Engineering and Construction Houston 12/3/12 12/7/12 $3,329.00 39
OS-21 Overview of Offshore Systems Orlando 12/3/12 12/7/12 $3,628.00 29
PF-44 Relief and Flare Systems Kuala Lumpur 12/3/12 12/7/12 $4,715.00 26
REL-4 Principles of Reliability Engineering Orlando 12/3/12 12/7/12 $3,329.00 35
G-2 Overview of Gas Processing - Technical Kuala Lumpur 12/4/12 12/6/12 $3,486.00 17
G-6 Gas Treating and Sulfur Recovery Doha 12/9/12 12/13/12 $4,694.00 21
PF-4 Oil Production and Processing Facilities Dubai 12/9/12 12/20/12 $7,908.00 23
PF-44 Relief and Flare Systems Dubai 12/9/12 12/13/12 $4,715.00 26
OM-23 Essential Leadership Skills for Technical Professionals Orlando 12/10/12 12/14/12 $3,329.00 39
PF-47 Process Utility Systems Orlando 12/10/12 12/14/12 $3,628.00 27
REL-41 Rotating Equipment Reliability Optimization Houston 12/10/12 12/15/12 $3,682.00 36
OM-21 Applied Maintenance Management Orlando 12/17/12 12/21/12 $3,329.00 38
G-5 Gas Conditioning and Processing - Special Calgary 1/14/13 1/18/13 $4,407.00 21
G-4 Gas Conditioning and Processing London 1/21/13 2/1/13 $8,985.00 18
PF-4 Oil Production and Processing Facilities Houston 1/28/13 2/8/13 $7,848.00 23
PF-42 Separation Equipment - Selection & Sizing Houston 2/4/13 2/8/13 $3,846.00 26
G-4 Gas Conditioning and Processing Houston 2/4/13 2/15/13 $7,848.00 18
G-4 Gas Conditioning and Processing Doha 2/10/13 2/21/13 $8,836.00 18
E-3 Electrical Engineering Fundamentals for Facilities Engineers Houston 2/11/13 2/15/13 $3,846.00 32
PS-4 Process Safety Engineering Houston 2/11/13 2/15/13 $3,846.00 20
IC-3 Instrumentation and Controls Fundamentals for Facilities Engineers Houston 2/18/13 2/22/13 $3,846.00 32
ME-41 Piping Systems - Mechanical Design and Specification Houston 3/4/13 3/8/13 $3,846.00 34
OM-22 Project Management for Engineering and Construction Houston 3/4/13 3/8/13 $3,529.00 39
G-4 Gas Conditioning and Processing Calgary 3/4/13 3/15/13 $7,848.00 18
PF-81 CO2Surface Facilities Calgary 3/11/13 3/13/13 $2,772.00 27
G-6 Gas Treating and Sulfur Recovery Houston 3/11/13 3/15/13 $4,174.00 21
ME-44 Fundamentals of Pump and Compressor Systems Houston 3/11/13 3/15/13 $3,846.00 34
ME-47 Rotating Machinery Best Practices London 3/11/13 3/15/13 $4,774.00 35
OM-21 Applied Maintenance Management Houston 3/11/13 3/15/13 $3,529.00 38
PF-4 Oil Production and Processing Facilities Kuala Lumpur 3/11/13 3/22/13 $8,102.00 23
G-4 Gas Conditioning and Processing Stavanger 3/11/13 3/22/13 $8,985.00 18
G-2 Overview of Gas Processing - Technical London 3/18/13 3/20/13 $3,308.00 17
ICE-21 Instrumentation, Controls and Electrical Systems for Facilities Engineers Bakersfield 3/18/13 3/22/13 $3,846.00 32
PF-21 Applied Water Technology in Oil and Gas Production London 3/18/13 3/22/13 $4,774.00 25
PF-44 Relief and Flare Systems Houston 3/18/13 3/22/13 $3,846.00 26
REL-41 Rotating Equipment Reliability Optimization London 3/18/13 3/22/13 $4,774.00 36
SC-41 Contracts and Tenders Fundamentals Houston 3/19/13 3/21/13 $2,471.00 40
PS-4 Process Safety Engineering Kuala Lumpur 3/25/13 3/29/13 $4,856.00 20
OS-21 Overview of Offshore Systems London 4/8/13 4/12/13 $4,774.00 29
G-4 Gas Conditioning and Processing Aberdeen 4/8/13 4/19/13 $8,985.00 18
OS-4 Fundamentals of Offshore Systems Design and Construction Houston 4/8/13 4/19/13 $6,858.00 29
ME-44 Fundamentals of Pump and Compressor Systems London 4/15/13 4/19/13 $4,774.00 34
PL-42 Onshore Pipeline Facilities - Design, Construction and Operations Houston 4/15/13 4/19/13 $3,846.00 31
ICE-21 Instrumentation, Controls and Electrical Systems for Facilities Engineers Doha 4/21/13 4/25/13 $4,770.00 32
PS-4 Process Safety Engineering Doha 4/21/13 4/25/13 $4,882.00 20
IC-3 Instrumentation and Controls Fundamentals for Facilities Engineers Calgary 4/22/13 4/26/13 $3,846.00 32
ME-41 Piping Systems - Mechanical Design and Specification London 4/22/13 4/26/13 $4,774.00 34
ME-47 Rotating Machinery Best Practices Houston 4/22/13 4/26/13 $3,846.00 35
OM-23 Essential Leadership Skills for Technical Professionals Houston 4/22/13 4/26/13 $3,529.00 39
PF-4 Oil Production and Processing Facilities Bakersfield 4/22/13 5/3/13 $7,848.00 23
PS-4 Process Safety Engineering Perth 4/22/13 4/26/13 $4,770.00 20
SS-2 Fundamentals of Subsea Systems Houston 4/22/13 4/26/13 $3,846.00 29
G-4LNG Gas Conditioning and Processing LNG Emphasis Perth 4/29/13 5/10/13 $9,128.00 20
OM-41 Maintenance Planning and Work Control Houston 4/29/13 5/3/13 $3,529.00 38

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CODE COURSE TITLE LOCATION START DATE END DATE TUITION PG
REL-41 Rotating Equipment Reliability Optimization Houston 4/29/13 5/3/13 $3,846.00 36
G-4 Gas Conditioning and Processing Washington DC 5/6/13 5/17/13 $7,848.00 18
G-29 LNG Short Course: Technology and the LNG Chain London 5/13/13 5/17/13 $4,774.00 17
IC-71 PLC and SCADA Technologies London 5/13/13 5/17/13 $4,774.00 33
PF-47 Process Utility Systems Houston 5/13/13 5/17/13 $3,846.00 27
REL-4 Principles of Reliability Engineering Houston 5/13/13 5/17/13 $3,846.00 35
IC-72 Valve and Actuator Technologies London 5/20/13 5/24/13 $4,774.00 33
PS-4 Process Safety Engineering London 5/20/13 5/24/13 $4,774.00 20
OT-1 Operator Training for Oil & Gas Processing Facilities Stavanger 6/3/13 6/7/13 $4,586.00 43
PF-44 Relief and Flare Systems Aberdeen 6/3/13 6/7/13 $4,774.00 26
SS-2 Fundamentals of Subsea Systems London 6/3/13 6/7/13 $4,774.00 29
PF-4 Oil Production and Processing Facilities London 6/10/13 6/21/13 $8,144.00 23
PF-47 Process Utility Systems Aberdeen 6/10/13 6/14/13 $4,774.00 27
G-4 Gas Conditioning and Processing Denver 6/17/13 6/28/13 $7,848.00 18
ICE-21 Instrumentation, Controls and Electrical Systems for Facilities Engineers London 6/17/13 6/21/13 $4,774.00 32
OS-4 Fundamentals of Offshore Systems Design and Construction Lagos, Nigeria 6/17/13 6/28/13 $7,649.00 29
G-4 Gas Conditioning and Processing London 6/24/13 7/5/13 $8,985.00 18
G-4LNG Gas Conditioning and Processing LNG Emphasis Rio de Janeiro 7/8/13 7/19/13 $8,344.00 20
PF-4 Oil Production and Processing Facilities Denver 7/8/13 7/19/13 $7,848.00 23
PF-45 Onshore Gas Gathering Systems: Design and Operation Denver 7/15/13 7/19/13 $3,846.00 27
G-29 LNG Short Course: Technology and the LNG Chain Perth 7/22/13 7/26/13 $4,770.00 17
IC-3 Instrumentation and Controls Fundamentals for Facilities Engineers Denver 7/22/13 7/26/13 $3,846.00 32
ME-41 Piping Systems - Mechanical Design and Specification Denver 7/22/13 7/26/13 $3,846.00 34
OS-21 Overview of Offshore Systems Houston 7/22/13 7/26/13 $3,846.00 29
ME-44 Fundamentals of Pump and Compressor Systems Denver 7/29/13 8/2/13 $3,846.00 34
PL-42 Onshore Pipeline Facilities - Design, Construction and Operations Denver 7/29/13 8/2/13 $3,846.00 31
PS-4 Process Safety Engineering Calgary 7/29/13 8/2/13 $3,846.00 20
G-4 Gas Conditioning and Processing Perth 8/5/13 8/16/13 $9,128.00 18
G-5 Gas Conditioning and Processing - Special Denver 8/5/13 8/9/13 $4,407.00 21
IC-3 Instrumentation and Controls Fundamentals for Facilities Engineers Perth 8/5/13 8/9/13 $4,770.00 32
OT-1 Operator Training for Oil & Gas Processing Facilities Brisbane 8/5/13 8/9/13 $4,578.00 43
G-29 LNG Short Course: Technology and the LNG Chain Houston 8/12/13 8/16/13 $3,846.00 17
PF-21 Applied Water Technology in Oil and Gas Production Houston 8/12/13 8/16/13 $3,846.00 25
PF-4 Oil Production and Processing Facilities Calgary 8/12/13 8/23/13 $7,848.00 23
PS-4 Process Safety Engineering Brisbane 8/12/13 8/16/13 $4,770.00 20
SS-2 Fundamentals of Subsea Systems Singapore 8/12/13 8/16/13 $4,856.00 29
G-2 Overview of Gas Processing - Technical Houston 8/13/13 8/15/13 $2,772.00 17
PF-22 Corrosion Management in Production/Processing Houston 8/19/13 8/23/13 $2,048.00 25
PF-44 Relief and Flare Systems Perth 8/19/13 8/23/13 $4,770.00 26
SC-61 Inside Procurement in Oil and Gas Houston 8/27/13 8/29/13 $2,471.00 40
ME-41 Piping Systems - Mechanical Design and Specification London 9/2/13 9/6/13 $4,774.00 34
OS-4 Fundamentals of Offshore Systems Design and Construction Singapore 9/2/13 9/13/13 $7,344.00 29
ME-44 Fundamentals of Pump and Compressor Systems London 9/9/13 9/13/13 $4,774.00 34
OS-21 Overview of Offshore Systems Houston 9/9/13 9/13/13 $3,846.00 29
PS-4 Process Safety Engineering Houston 9/9/13 9/13/13 $3,846.00 20
G-4 Gas Conditioning and Processing Houston 9/9/13 9/20/13 $7,848.00 18
PF-4 Oil Production and Processing Facilities Stavanger 9/9/13 9/20/13 $8,144.00 23
G-4 Gas Conditioning and Processing Aberdeen 9/16/13 9/27/13 $8,985.00 18
G-2 Overview of Gas Processing - Technical Stavanger 9/17/13 9/19/13 $3,308.00 17
G-40 Process / Facility Fundamentals Houston 9/23/13 9/27/13 $3,846.00 20
ICE-21 Instrumentation, Controls and Electrical Systems for Facilities Engineers Houston 9/23/13 9/27/13 $3,846.00 32
SS-2 Fundamentals of Subsea Systems Orlando 9/23/13 9/27/13 $3,846.00 29
ME-44 Fundamentals of Pump and Compressor Systems Doha 9/29/13 10/3/13 $4,882.00 34
G-6 Gas Treating and Sulfur Recovery London 9/30/13 10/4/13 $5,219.00 21
ME-62 Turbomachinery Monitoring and Problem Analysis Houston 9/30/13 10/4/13 $3,846.00 35
OS-4 Fundamentals of Offshore Systems Design and Construction London 9/30/13 10/11/13 $7,649.00 29

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CODE COURSE TITLE LOCATION START DATE END DATE TUITION PG
PF-44 Relief and Flare Systems Houston 9/30/13 10/4/13 $3,846.00 26
REL-4 Principles of Reliability Engineering Dubai 9/30/13 10/4/13 $4,774.00 35
SC-42 Effective Materials Management Houston 10/1/13 10/3/13 $2,471.00 40
ME-41 Piping Systems - Mechanical Design and Specification Dubai 10/6/13 10/10/13 $4,882.00 34
PL-42 Onshore Pipeline Facilities - Design, Construction and Operations Dubai 10/6/13 10/10/13 $4,882.00 31
G-4 Gas Conditioning and Processing Kuala Lumpur 10/7/13 10/18/13 $8,880.00 18
OM-42 Managing Brownfield Projects Orlando 10/7/13 10/11/13 $3,529.00 39
PS-4 Process Safety Engineering London 10/7/13 10/11/13 $4,743.00 20
IC-71 PLC and SCADA Technologies Houston 10/8/13 10/12/13 $3,846.00 33
IC-72 Valve and Actuator Technologies Houston 10/14/13 10/18/13 $3,846.00 33
OM-22 Project Management for Engineering and Construction Houston 10/14/13 10/18/13 $3,529.00 39
OM-41 Maintenance Planning and Work Control Orlando 10/14/13 10/18/13 $3,529.00 38
PF-42 Separation Equipment - Selection & Sizing Orlando 10/14/13 10/18/13 $3,846.00 26
SC-41 Contracts and Tenders Fundamentals Orlando 10/15/13 10/17/13 $2,471.00 40
E-3 Electrical Engineering Fundamentals for Facilities Engineers Orlando 10/21/13 10/25/13 $3,846.00 32
G-5 Gas Conditioning and Processing - Special Houston 10/21/13 10/25/13 $4,407.00 21
ME-46 Compressor Systems - Mechanical Design and Specification Orlando 10/21/13 10/25/13 $3,846.00 34
PF-4 Oil Production and Processing Facilities Orlando 10/21/13 11/1/13 $7,848.00 23
PF-44 Relief and Flare Systems Kuala Lumpur 10/21/13 10/25/13 $4,856.00 26
G-4 Gas Conditioning and Processing Houston 10/28/13 11/8/13 $7,848.00 18
IC-3 Instrumentation and Controls Fundamentals for Facilities Engineers Orlando 10/28/13 11/1/13 $3,846.00 32
ME-47 Rotating Machinery Best Practices Orlando 10/28/13 11/1/13 $3,846.00 35
PF-45 Onshore Gas Gathering Systems: Design and Operation Houston 10/28/13 11/1/13 $3,846.00 27
IC-3 Instrumentation and Controls Fundamentals for Facilities Engineers Dubai 11/3/13 11/7/13 $4,770.00 32
G-4 Gas Conditioning and Processing Stavanger 11/4/13 11/15/13 $8,985.00 18
G-4 Gas Conditioning and Processing Orlando 11/4/13 11/15/13 $7,848.00 18
ME-41 Piping Systems - Mechanical Design and Specification Orlando 11/4/13 11/8/13 $3,846.00 34
PS-4 Process Safety Engineering Orlando 11/4/13 11/8/13 $3,846.00 20
REL-41 Rotating Equipment Reliability Optimization Orlando 11/4/13 11/8/13 $3,846.00 36
SC-41 Contracts and Tenders Fundamentals Houston 11/5/13 11/7/13 $2,471.00 40
ME-44 Fundamentals of Pump and Compressor Systems Orlando 11/11/13 11/15/13 $3,846.00 34
OT-1 Operator Training for Oil & Gas Processing Facilities Midland, TX 11/11/13 11/15/13 $3,691.00 43
PF-21 Applied Water Technology in Oil and Gas Production Orlando 11/11/13 11/15/13 $3,846.00 25
PF-4 Oil Production and Processing Facilities Bakersfield 11/11/13 11/22/12 $7,848.00 23
PL-42 Onshore Pipeline Facilities - Design, Construction and Operations Orlando 11/11/13 11/15/13 $3,846.00 31
G-4 Gas Conditioning and Processing Dubai 11/17/13 11/28/13 $8,836.00 18
ME-44 Fundamentals of Pump and Compressor Systems Dubai 11/17/13 11/21/13 $4,882.00 34
IC-3 Instrumentation and Controls Fundamentals for Facilities Engineers Houston 11/18/13 11/22/13 $3,846.00 32
PF-22 Corrosion Management in Production/Processing Orlando 11/18/13 11/22/13 $2,048.00 25
PF-81 CO2Surface Facilities Midland, TX 11/18/13 11/21/13 $2,772.00 27
PL-4 Fundamentals of Onshore and Offshore Pipeline Kuala Lumpur 11/18/13 11/29/13 $7,344.00 31
G-4LNG Gas Conditioning and Processing LNG Emphasis Doha 11/24/13 12/5/13 $8,836.00 20
G-4 Gas Conditioning and Processing Brisbane 12/2/13 12/13/13 $9,128.00 18
G-6 Gas Treating and Sulfur Recovery Orlando 12/2/13 12/6/13 $4,174.00 21
ME-44 Fundamentals of Pump and Compressor Systems Kuala Lumpur 12/2/13 12/6/13 $4,856.00 34
OS-21 Overview of Offshore Systems Orlando 12/2/13 12/6/13 $3,846.00 29
REL-4 Principles of Reliability Engineering Orlando 12/2/13 12/6/13 $3,846.00 35
G-2 Overview of Gas Processing - Technical Kuala Lumpur 12/3/13 12/5/13 $3,591.00 17
G-6 Gas Treating and Sulfur Recovery Doha 12/8/13 12/12/13 $4,882.00 21
PF-4 Oil Production and Processing Facilities Dubai 12/8/13 12/19/13 $8,144.00 23
PF-44 Relief and Flare Systems Dubai 12/8/13 12/12/13 $4,904.00 26
ME-41 Piping Systems - Mechanical Design and Specification Brisbane 12/9/13 12/13/13 $4,770.00 34
OM-23 Essential Leadership Skills for Technical Professionals Orlando 12/9/13 12/13/13 $3,529.00 39
PF-47 Process Utility Systems Orlando 12/9/13 12/13/13 $3,846.00 27
PS-4 Process Safety Engineering Dubai 12/15/13 12/19/13 $4,882.00 20
OM-21 Applied Maintenance Management Orlando 12/16/13 12/20/13 $3,529.00 38

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Gas Processing Engineer


Course Progression
The Gas Processing Progression covers equipment and processes primarily focused on the handling of natural gas and its associated
GAS PROCESSING

liquids. The wellhead is the starting point, ending with delivery of the processed gas, meeting the required specifications, into a sales gas
or reinjection pipeline. Recovered natural gas liquids (NGL), again meeting the required specifications, are delivered to an export point
either a pipeline or storage facility. The NGL may be fractionated into individual specification products or sold as a mix for fractionation
elsewhere. Waste by-products are disposed of in accordance with the applicable regulatory requirements. Main topics covered include:
fundamentals, natural gas characterization, phase behavior, vaporliquid equilibrium, basic thermodynamics, and waterhydrocarbon
behavior and all the key equipment to process natural gas. Campbell Training delivers competency-based training in these and other
areas, at progressive levels to provide the skills necessary to successfully support the operation of oil and gas production processes.

GAS PROCESSING ENGINEER 3-YEAR COURSE PROGRESSION


Below is an example of a 3-year course progression covering topics we believe critical to developing technically strong Gas Processing
Engineers.

2 Additonal courses offer


further depth in developing
competencies.

PG
Corrosion Management in PG
3 For broader knowledge, these
courses are recommended.
Gas Treating and 21 25
Production/Processing
Sulfur Recovery (G-6)
Operations (PF-22)
PG
Project Management for
Engineering and Construction
39
PG PG (OM-22)
Compressor Systems: Onshore Gas Gathering
Mechanical Design &
34 Systems: Design & Operation
27
Specification (ME-46) (PF-45)
PG
CO2 Surface 27
PG PG
Facilities (PF-81)
Process Utility 27 Separation Equipment 26
Systems (PF-47) Selection and Sizing (PF-42)
PG
Overview of Offshore Systems
for Technical and Business
29
PG PG Professionals (OS-21)
Heat Transfer 26 Relief and Flare 26
Equipment (PF-43) Systems (PF-44)
PG
LNG Short Course: Technology 17
PG PG and the LNG Chain (G-29)
Instrumentation, Controls &
Process Safety 20 32
Electrical Systems for
Engineering (PS-4)
Facilities Engineers (ICE-21)

1
PG A 3-year progression for a Gas Processing
Gas Conditioning and Processing (G-4) 18 Engineer would begin with the Gas
Conditioning and Processing Course (G-4).

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Overview of Gas Overview of Gas LNG Short Course:


Processing Processing Technology and the
Non-Technical (G-1) Technical (G-2) LNG Chain (G-29)

BASIC - 2 DAYS BASIC - 3 DAYS BASIC - 5 DAYS

DESIGNED FOR DESIGNED FOR DESIGNED FOR


General administration, supervisory, non-technical management G-2 is a versatile overview of the gas conditioning and processing Technical, engineering and operations staff, as well as commercial

GAS PROCESSING
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overview of important aspects of the gas processing industry. G-4 and G-6 courses. As a wide ranging overview, it is suitable LNG industry.
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2012-2013 SCHEDULE AND TUITION


STAVANGER
18-20 SEP 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,150
,6"-"-6.163
4-6 DEC 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,486
LONDON
18-20 MAR 2013. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,308 2012-2013 SCHEDULE AND TUITION
HOUSTON LONDON
13-15 AUG 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $2,772 13-17 MAY 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $4,774
STAVANGER PERTH
For schedule and pricing information or to arrange an In-House 17-19 SEP 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,308 22-26 JUL 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $4,770
session of this course, visit our website at www.jmcampbell.com ,6"-"-6.163 HOUSTON
or contact us at jmcsupport@jmcampbell.com. 3-5 DEC 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,591 12-16 AUG 2013. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,846

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GAS CONDITIONING AND PROCESSING (G-4)

FOUNDATION - 10 DAYS

DESIGNED FOR
Production and processing personnel involved with natural gas and associated liquids to acquaint or reacquaint
GAS PROCESSING

themselves with gas conditioning and processing unit operations. This course is for facilities engineers, process engi-
neers, senior operations personnel, field supervisors and engineers that select, design, install, evaluate or operate
gas processing plants and related facilities. A broad approach is taken with the topics.
YOU WILL LEARN
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ABOUT THE COURSE
The Campbell Gas Course has been the standard of the industry for forty years. Over 30,000 engineers have
attended our G-4 program, considered by many to be the most practical and comprehensive course in the oil and
gas industry. Both hand-methods and computer-aided analysis are used to examine sensitivities of technical deci-
sions. To enhance the learning process, about 30 problems will be assigned, reviewed and discussed throughout the
course. Problems will be solved individually and in teams.
COURSE CONTENT
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SEE SAMPLE COURSE OUTLINE AND DAILY SCHEDULE ON PAGE 19.
2012-2013 SCHEDULE AND TUITION
HOUSTON ABERDEEN
10-21 SEP 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $7,474 8-19 APR 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $8,985
ABERDEEN WASHINGTON DC
17-28 SEP 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $8,905 6-17 MAY 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $7,848
BANDUNG DENVER
17-28 SEP 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $8,795 17-28 JUN 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $7,848
,6"-"-6.163 LONDON
8-19 OCT 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $8,621 24 JUN - 5 JUL 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $8,985
HOUSTON PERTH
29 OCT - 9 NOV 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $7,474 5-16 AUG 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $9,128
STAVANGER HOUSTON
5-16 NOV 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $8,905 9-20 SEP 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $7,848
ORLANDO ABERDEEN
5-16 NOV 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $7,474 16-27 SEP 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $8,985
ABERDEEN ,6"-"-6.163
12-23 NOV 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $8,905 7-18 OCT 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $8,880
DUBAI HOUSTON
18-29 NOV 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $8,663 28 OCT - 8 NOV 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $7,848
BRISBANE STAVANGER
3-14 DEC 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $8,862 4-15 NOV 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $8,985
LONDON ORLANDO
21 JAN - 1 FEB 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $8,985 4-15 NOV 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $7,848
HOUSTON DUBAI
4-15 FEB 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $7,848 17-28 NOV 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $8,836
DOHA BRISBANE
10-21 FEB 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $8,836 2-13 DEC 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $9,128
CALGARY FOR UPDATED SCHEDULE INFORMATION OR TO ARRANGE AN
4-15 MAR 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $7,848 IN-HOUSE SESSION OF THIS COURSE, CONTACT
STAVANGER JMCSUPPORT@JMCAMPBELL.COM.
11-22 MAR 2013. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $8,985

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Gas Conditioning and Processing (G-4)


Course Outline
Considered by many to be the most practical and comprehensive course in the oil and gas industry, the Campbell Gas Course, has been

GAS PROCESSING
attended by over 30,000 engineers. The standard of the industry for well over forty-four (44) years, Gas Conditioning and Processing (G-4)
deals with the practical planning, design, specification and operation of gas processing and production systems.

GAS CONDITIONING AND PROCESSING (G-4)


EXAMPLE OF DAY BY DAY COURSE TOPICS
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DAY 6
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rGas Processing Systems rHeat Transfer
rPhysical Properties of Hydrocarbons rPumps
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rWater-Hydrocarbon Behavior (Contd) and oil stabilizers.
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rSystem Energy Changes rFractionation
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rProcess Control Fundamentals rGlycol Dehydration
rFluid Flow
rConsolidated Problem. NGL extraction for HC dewpoint control and
hydrate inhibition.

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rSeparation Equipment rAdsorption Systems
rRate Processes rCourse Overview

FOR SCHEDULE AND TUITION INFORMATION, SEE PAGE 18

NOTE: Course schedule is approximate and may be adjusted for location and participant interest. G-4 is an intensive course and classroom hours are generally longer
than a typical training course. Extended evening sessions are sometimes used for additional problems, exercises and syndicate work.

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Gas Conditioning
Process/Facility Process Safety
and Processing
Fundamentals (G-40) Engineering (PS-4)
LNG Emphasis (G-4LNG)

FOUNDATION - 10 DAYS BASIC - 5 DAYS FOUNDATION - 5 DAYS

DESIGNED FOR DESIGNED FOR DESIGNED FOR


Personnel involved with natural gas processing and LNG production, Oil and gas process and facility personnel needing to understand 'BDJMJUJFT QSPDFTTBOEEFTJHOFOHJOFFST TVQFSWJTPSZNBOBHFNFOU
GAS PROCESSING

as well as anyone interested in a solid understanding of the HBTQSPDFTTJOHVJEGVOEBNFOUBMTBOEUIFJSBQQMJDBUJPOTUPTPMWF QFSTPOOFM BTXFMMBTOFXTBGFUZMPTTQSFWFOUJPOFOHJOFFSTBOE)4&


principles of an LNG plant. A broad approach is taken with the topics. practical problems. professionals who require an overview of Process Safety Engineering.
YOU WILL LEARN YOU WILL LEARN YOU WILL LEARN
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and remove heavy components design and operating problems for different types of hazards
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r 5FDIOJRVFTUPFYUSBDU/(-TGPS-/(QMBOUT design and operation ABOUT THE COURSE
r *NQPSUBOUUPQJDTPG)2S and CO2 removal before liquefaction This course provides an overview of process safety engineering
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COURSE CONTENT
r#BTJDHBTUFDIOPMPHZQSJODJQMFT
r (BTQSPDFTTJOHTZTUFNT 2012-2013 SCHEDULE AND TUITION
r 5FSNJOPMPHZBOEOPNFODMBUVSF LONDON
r 1SPQFSUJFTPGIZESPDBSCPOTm-/(GPDVT 17-21 SEP 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $4,547
r 7BQPSMJRVJEQIBTFCFIBWJPSBOEFRVJMJCSJVN DUBAI
r 8BUFSIZESPDBSCPOTZTUFNCFIBWJPS 7-11 OCT 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $4,694
r )ZESBUFTBOE*OIJCJUJPO ORLANDO
r 5IFSNPEZOBNJDTPG-/(QSPDFTTFT 5-9 NOV 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,628
r 4FQBSBUJPOFRVJQNFOU
HOUSTON
r (BTUSFBUNFOU $02 and H2S removal for liquefaction.
11-15 FEB 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,846
r %FIZESBUJPOPGOBUVSBMHBTmHMZDPM NPMFDVMBSTJFWFT
,6"-"-6.163
r )FBUUSBOTGFS IFBUFYDIBOHFST
25-29 MAR 2013. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $4,856
r 1VNQTBOEDPNQSFTTPSTHBTUVSCJOFT
r 3FGSJHFSBUJPOTZTUFNT DOHA
r -/(MJRVFGBDUJPOUFDIOPMPHJFT 21-25 APR 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $4,882
r 'SBDUJPOBUJPOBOEBCTPSQUJPO PERTH
r 1SPDFTTDPOUSPMFYBNQMFT 22-26 APR 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $4,770
r -/(TUPSBHF TIJQQJOHBOESFDFJWJOHPWFSWJFX LONDON
r $PVSTFSFWJFXBOETVNNBSZ 20-24 MAY 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $4,774
CALGARY
2012-2013 SCHEDULE AND TUITION 29 JUL - 2 AUG 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,846
BRISBANE
DOHA 12-16 AUG 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $4,770
25 NOV - 6 DEC 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $8,663 HOUSTON
PERTH 9-13 SEP 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,846
29 APR - 10 MAY 2013. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $9,128 2012-2013 SCHEDULE AND TUITION LONDON
7-11 OCT 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $4,743
RIO DE JANEIRO HOUSTON ORLANDO
8-19 JUL 2013. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $8,344 24-28 SEP 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,628 4-8 NOV 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,846
DOHA HOUSTON DUBAI
24 NOV - 5 DEC 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $8,836 23-27 SEP 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,846 15-19 DEC 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $4,882

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Gas Conditioning Gas Treating and JOHN M. CAMPBELL & CO.


and Processing Sulfur Recovery
Special (G-5) (G-6) INSTRUCTOR
INTERMEDIATE - 5 DAYS INTERMEDIATE - 5 DAYS SPOTLIGHT
DESIGNED FOR DESIGNED FOR
Engineers needing an intensive training in natural gas processing Production and processing personnel involved with natural gas

GAS PROCESSING
and associated liquids recovery processes with emphasis on the treating and sulfur recovery requiring an understanding of the
use and benefits of a simulation package. principles of these process operations. This course is for facilities
engineers, process engineers, operations personnel, field supervi-
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conditions for gas streams using both a commercial process
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of sales gas streams by removing NGLs using mechanical and equipment sizes JOHN
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pressure and temperature changes have on the sizing of process Sulfur process
equipment r )PXUPTFMFDUBNPOHUIFTVMGVSSFDPWFSZQSPDFTTHJWFOEJGGFSJOH What courses do you teach?
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works. I also present papers at
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and tail gas processes are also covered including standard Claus conferences, generally on some aspect
relative accuracy of LNG operations.
configurations, SuperClaus, EuroClaus, SCOT etc. Special
ABOUT THE COURSE design and operation topics such as handling trace sulfur com-
The course has been designed to cover selected topics from the pounds and the importance of H2S:CO2 ratio is covered. Related Do you have a favorite city to visit?
10 day G-4 course in an accelerated 5-day format using a com- topics such as liquid product treating, corrosion, materials selec-
mercial simulator to perform calculations. A basic working knowl- I think Singapore is my favorite city - it is
tion and NACE requirements will also be reviewed.
edge of the commercial process simulation package being used so modern and vibrant, and each time I
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r 7BQPSMJRVJEFRVJMJCSJVN r 3FGSJHFSBUJPO
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ORLANDO
concepts to learn something new from one of the
3-7 DEC 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,938
class participants and I can honestly say
DOHA that has happened at all of the classes I
2012-2013 SCHEDULE AND TUITION 9-13 DEC 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $4,694
have taught.
HOUSTON HOUSTON
22-26 OCT 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $4,158 11-15 MAR 2013. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $4,174 Do you have a favorite hobby you enjoy?
CALGARY LONDON I enjoy Golf and spend what time I can
14-18 JAN 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $4,407 30 SEP - 4 OCT 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $US 5,219
on the course here in Wiltshire, UK. I
DENVER ORLANDO also enjoy gardening where fortunately
5-9 AUG 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $4,407 2-6 DEC 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $4,174 my wife is there to give me guidance and
HOUSTON DOHA help!
21-25 OCT 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $4,407 8-12 DEC 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $4,882

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Process Facilities Engineer


Course Progression
Process Facilities separate the well stream into three phases oil, gas and water and process these phases into marketable products or
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are covered in detail as Gas Processing elsewhere in this catalog. Process Facilities, as used here, will mainly include:
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- Oil treating - Stabilization rWater injection facilities
- Separation equipment rOffshore topsides facilities
- Desalting - Storage rCorrosion management

PROCESS FACILITIES ENGINEER 3-YEAR COURSE PROGRESSION


PROCESS FACILITIES

Below is an example of a 3-year course progression covering topics we believe critical to developing technically strong Process Facilities
Engineers.

2 Additonal courses offer


further depth in developing
competencies.

3 For broader knowledge, these


courses are recommended.

PG
Piping Systems: Mechanical 34 Onshore Gas Gathering PG
Instrumentation, Controls & PG Design & Specification (ME-41) Systems: Design & Operation 27
Electrical Systems for Facilities
32 (PF-45)
Engineers (ICE-21)
PG
Relief and Flare 26 CO2 Surface PG
PG Systems (PF-44) Facilities (PF-81) 27
Process Utility 27
Systems (PF-47)
PG
Corrosion Management in Overview of Offshore Systems
Production/Processing
25 PG
PG for Technical and Business 29
Gas Conditioning 18 Operations (PF-22) Professionals (OS-21)
and Processing (G-4)

Fundamentals of Pump and PG Project Management for


Compressor Systems in Oil &
34 PG
PG Engineering and Construction 39
Process Safety 20 Gas Facilities (ME-44) (OM-22)
Engineering (PS-4)

1
PG A 3-year progression for a Process Facilities
Oil Production & Processing Facilities (PF-4) 23 Engineer would begin with the Oil Production
& Processing Facilities course (PF-4).

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OIL PRODUCTION & PROCESSING FACILITIES (PF-4)

FOUNDATION - 10 DAYS

DESIGNED FOR
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correlations and principles to the design and

PROCESS FACILITIES
ABOUT THE COURSE
The emphasis of this course is on oil production facilities from the wellhead to the delivery of a specification
crude oil product to the refinery. Both onshore and offshore facilities will be discussed. Produced-water treating
and water injection systems are also covered. Solution gas handling processes and equipment will be discussed
as well, though at a relatively high level. In addition to the engineering aspects of oil production facilities, practi-
cal operating problems will also be covered including emulsion treatment, sand handling, dealing with wax and
asphaltenes, etc. Exercises requiring calculations are utilized throughout the course. The course is intended to
be complementary to the G-4 Gas Conditioning and Processing course which is focused on the gas handling side
of the upstream oil and gas facilities area.
COURSE CONTENT
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2012-2013 SCHEDULE AND TUITION


STAVANGER LONDON
10-21 SEP 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $7,972 10-21 JUN 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $8,144
ORLANDO DENVER
22 OCT - 2 NOV 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $7,474 8-19 JUL 2013. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $7,848
DOHA CALGARY
18-29 NOV 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $7,908 12-23 AUG 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $7,848
#",&34'*&-% STAVANGER
26 NOV - 7 DEC 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $7,474 9-20 SEP 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $8,144
DUBAI ORLANDO
9-20 DEC 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $7,908 21 OCT - 1 NOV 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $7,848
HOUSTON #",&34'*&-%
28 JAN - 8 FEB 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $7,848 11-22 NOV 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $7,848
,6"-"-6.163 DUBAI
11-22 MAR 2013. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $8,102 8-19 DEC 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $8,144
#",&34'*&-%
22 APR - 3 MAY 2013. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $7,848

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Oil Production & Processing Facilities (PF-4)


Course Outline
The emphasis of this course is on oil production facilities from the wellhead to the delivery of a specification crude oil
product to the refinery. Both onshore and offshore facilities will be discussed. This course is intended to be complementary
to the G-4 Gas Conditioning and Processing course which is focused on the gas handling side of the upstream oil and gas
facilities area.

OIL PRODUCTION & PROCESSING FACILITIES (PF-4)


EXAMPLE OF DAY BY DAY COURSE TOPICS
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PROCESS FACILITIES

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DAY 7
reservoirs Fire tube and process tube sizing criteria
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r Artificial Lift: When it is required, Types and selection of artificial lift Bernoullis equation, friction loss and piping codes
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DAY 8

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DAY 4

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DAY 9

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FOR SCHEDULE AND TUITION INFORMATION, SEE PAGE 23 TO THE LEFT.

NOTE: Course schedule is approximate and may be adjusted for location and participant interest. PF-4 is an intensive course and classroom hours are generally longer than a typical
training course. Extended evening sessions are sometimes used for additional problems, exercises and syndicate work.

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2012-2013 FACILITIES TRAINING CATALOG 25

Applied Water Corrosion Management JOHN M. CAMPBELL & CO.


Technology in Oil and in Production/Processing
Gas Production (PF-21) Operations (PF-22) INSTRUCTOR
FOUNDATION - 5 DAYS FOUNDATION - 5 DAYS SPOTLIGHT
DESIGNED FOR DESIGNED FOR
Managers, engineers, chemists, and operators needing to under- Managers, engineers, chemists, and operators needing to
stand water related problems in oil and gas production and their understand corrosion and its control management in oil and gas
solutions. production and processing.
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bacteria, and oily water will be reviewed both from the oil and gas operations, as well as monitoring and mitigation I teach mostly public G-4 sessions
theoretical and practical aspects. Produced water treatment methods. The various corrosion mechanisms give rise to a number with a smattering of Facilities
equipment and typical water quality specifications will be of different forms of corrosion damage which will all be consid-
Engineering sessions for our major
reviewed as well as water injection and disposal systems. An ered. Participants will estimate the corrosivity of a given environ-
exercise will be given to identify typical system problems and ment through analysis of the chemical and physical characteris- clients including our Russian friends.
attendees will be able to apply the knowledge gained to tics of the system. You will review approaches to selecting materi-
propose solutions. Emphasis will be placed on understanding als and coatings for corrosion resistance for different conditions Do you have a favorite city to visit?
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2012-2013 SCHEDULE AND TUITION younger grandchildren.
ORLANDO
12-16 NOV 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,628
LONDON
18-22 MAR 2013. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $4,774 2013 SCHEDULE AND TUITION
HOUSTON HOUSTON
12-16 AUG 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,846 19-23 AUG 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $2,048
ORLANDO ORLANDO
11-15 NOV 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,846 18-22 NOV 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $2,048

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Separation Equipment - Heat Transfer Relief and Flare


Selection & Sizing (PF-42) Equipment (PF-43) Systems (PF-44)

INTERMEDIATE - 5 DAYS INTERMEDIATE - 5 DAYS INTERMEDIATE - 5 DAYS

DESIGNED FOR DESIGNED FOR DESIGNED FOR


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- Material selection HOUSTON
- Relief requirements 1-5 OCT 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,628
r 0QFSBUJPOBMQSPCMFNT ,6"-"-6.163
3-7 DEC 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $4,715
Participants, please be aware that due to overlap in content, it is
DUBAI
not necessary to take the PF-42 course if you have already taken
9-13 DEC 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $4,715
the PF-4 Oil Production and Processing Facilities course.
HOUSTON
18-22 MAR 2013. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,846
ABERDEEN
3-7 JUN13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $4,774
2012-2013 SCHEDULE AND TUITION PERTH
19-23 AUG 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $4,770
ORLANDO HOUSTON
26-30 NOV 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,628 30 SEP - 4 OCT 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,846
HOUSTON ,6"-"-6.163
4-8 FEB 2013. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,846 For schedule and pricing information or to arrange an In-House 21-25 OCT 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $4,856
ORLANDO session of this course, visit our website at www.jmcampbell.com DUBAI
14-18 OCT 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,846 or contact us at jmcsupport@jmcampbell.com. 8-12 DEC 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $4,904

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Onshore Gas Gathering


Process Utility CO2 Surface
Systems: Design &
Systems (PF-47) Facilities (PF-81)
Operation (PF-45)

INTERMEDIATE - 5 DAYS FOUNDATION - 5 DAYS SPECIALIZED - 3 DAYS

DESIGNED FOR DESIGNED FOR DESIGNED FOR


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personnel responsible for the design, operation and optimiza- responsible for designing, operating and maintaining utility dioxide (CO2) Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) systems.
tion of onshore gas gathering systems and their associated field systems in oil and gas processing and related facilities. Most
facilities. operations and planning activities depend on a fundamental YOU WILL LEARN
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PROCESS FACILITIES
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system will be discussed. Typical operating problems will also be into oil and gas facilities. Individuals will develop a basic under- and dehydrators), as well as sweetening process equipment.
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recovery
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2012-2013 SCHEDULE AND TUITION 2012-2013 SCHEDULE AND TUITION


ORLANDO CALGARY
2012-2013 SCHEDULE AND TUITION 10-14 DEC 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,628 29-31 OCT 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $2,615
ORLANDO HOUSTON MIDLAND
12-16 NOV 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,628 13-17 MAY 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,846 27-30 NOV 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $2,615
DENVER ABERDEEN CALGARY
15-19 JUL 2013. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,846 10-14 JUN 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $4,774 11-13 MAR 2013. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $2,772
HOUSTON ORLANDO MIDLAND
28 OCT - 1 NOV 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,846 9-13 DEC 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,846 18-21 NOV 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $2,772

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28 2012-2013 FACILITIES TRAINING CATALOG

Offshore Engineer
Course Progression
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from exploration and development to decommissioning. The curriculum includes courses that provide attendees the knowledge to
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systems. Other key elements stressed in all offshore courses include life-cycle costs, constructability, operability and interface
management.
Offshore instructors have extensive real world experience managing offshore development projects, well construction and servicing, asset
management and producing operations. Their broad knowledge blends the unique technical and operational issues of offshore into an
integrated approach to enhance understanding of the full scope of offshore facilities.

OFFSHORE ENGINEER 3 YEAR COURSE PROGRESSION


Below is an example of a 3 year course progression covering topics we believe critical to developing technically strong Offshore Engineers.

2 Additonal courses offer further


depth in developing competencies.

Instrumentation, Controls & PG


Electrical Systems for Facilities
32 3 For broader knowledge, these
courses are recommended.
OFFSHORE

Engineers (ICE-21)

PG
PG
Fundamentals of 29 PG
Process Utility 27 Subsea Systems (SS-2) Fundamentals of Onshore and 31
Systems (PF-47) Offshore Pipeline Systems (PL-4)

PG
PG
Fundamentals of Pump and 34 Project Management for PG
Relief and Flare 26 Compressor Systems (ME-44) Engineering and Construction 39
Systems (PF-44) (OM-22)

PG
PG Oil Production And 23 Corrosion Management PG
Piping Systems: Mechanical 34 Processing Facilities (PF-4) in Production/Processing
25
Design & Specification (ME-41) Operations (PF-22)

PG
PG Process Safety 20
Gas Conditioning 18 Engineering (PS-4)
And Processing (G-4)

Fundamentals of Offshore Systems:


PG
29
1 A 3-year progression for an Offshore
Engineer would begin with the Fundamentals
of Offshore Systems Design and
Design and Construction (OS-4) Construction course (OS-4).

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Fundamentals of Off-
Overview of Fundamentals of
shore Systems: Design &
Offshore Systems (OS-21) Subsea Systems (SS-2)
Construction (OS-4)

FOUNDATION - 10 DAYS BASIC - 5 DAYS FOUNDATION - 5 DAYS

DESIGNED FOR DESIGNED FOR DESIGNED FOR


Individuals with a basic awareness of, or experience in, offshore Technical staff, business professionals, technicians, analysts and Technical staff that are beginning or transitioning into the design,
engineering and operations. Technical staff, project engineers, other non-technical staff that are involved but have limited experi- construction, and operation of subsea systems. Non-technical
engineering discipline leads, engineering specialists and operat- ence, or will be involved, with offshore oil and gas facilities. The staff working with a subsea development team will benefit by
ing staff find this course accelerates their ability to contribute course provides a basic understanding of offshore systems in all developing an awareness of subsea systems.
on offshore field development planning, design and construction water depths, from shallow to ultra deepwater, including design,
projects and field operations. construction and operations. YOU WILL LEARN
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technology of offshore will accelerate learning and productivity. Installation and working
of the technology and work processes used for the design and
underwater are emphasized as key drivers in subsea design. The
construction of all types of offshore systems asset development, ABOUT THE COURSE course emphasizes a systems approach to design. Individual and
surveillance and management. The content includes the full range This five-day course will accelerate the learning and productivity of
group exercises are used throughout the course including a red
of water depths from shallow water to ultra deepwater and will individuals with little to no experience working in the offshore oil
thread exercise to develop field architecture recommendations,
also address life-cycle considerations in all phases of offshore and gas industry. The course provides an overview of field develop-
basic component selection, and high level project execution plans
field development and operation. All major components required ment concepts and explains how offshore structures and facilities

OFFSHORE
for a subsea development. Course instructors are experienced
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offshore managers.
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decommissioning considerations 2012-2013 SCHEDULE AND TUITION
DOHA
2012-2013 SCHEDULE AND TUITION 9-13 SEP 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $4,694
LONDON HOUSTON 2012-2013 SCHEDULE AND TUITION
1-12 OCT 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $7,581 10-14 SEP 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,628 HOUSTON
SINGAPORE ORLANDO 24-28 SEP 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,628
29 OCT - 9 NOV 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $7,130 3-7 DEC 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,628
HOUSTON
HOUSTON LONDON 22-26 APR 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,846
8-19 APR 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $6,858 8-12 APR 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $4,774
LONDON
LAGOS, NIGERIA HOUSTON
3-7 JUN 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $4,774
17-28 JUN 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $7,649 22-26 JUL 2013. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,846
SINGAPORE HOUSTON SINGAPORE
2-13 SEP 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $7,344 9-13 SEP 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,846 12-16 AUG 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $4,856
LONDON ORLANDO ORLANDO
30 SEP - 11 OCT 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $7,649 2-6 DEC 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,846 23-27 SEP 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,846

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Pipeline Engineer
Course Progression
Campbell Trainings Pipeline Progression provides technical training and consulting for oil and gas transportation, focusing on
pipeline systems as well as onshore infrastructure systems that support oil and gas operations. The curriculum covers pipeline
transportation systems, oil and gas terminal facilities, and the onshore infrastructure from regional considerations through design
and construction of site-specific systems. As with all our training programs, these discipline areas integrate with the other technical,
operations and HSE disciplines.
The Campbell Instructors and consultants that support the Pipeline discipline have extensive real world global experience
from conceptual development through operations. Their broad knowledge blends the unique technical and operational issues of
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into integrated systems. This global experience spans the pipeline industry from initial site selection through detailed design and
construction of unique facilities.

PIPELINE ENGINEER COURSE PROGRESSION


Example of recommended courses to develop a Pipeline Engineer over a 3-year span.

2 Additonal courses offer


further depth in developing
competencies.

3 For broader knowledge, these


courses are recommended.

PG
Piping Systems: Mechanical 34 Oil Production PG
Design & Specification (ME-41) Corrosion Management PG
and Processing 23
in Production/Processing
25
Facilities (PF-4)
Operations (PF-22)
PG
Overview of Instrumentation, Controls & PG
29
Electrical Systems for Facilities 32
PG
Subsea Systems (SS-2) Onshore Gas Gathering
Systems: Design
27
Engineers (ICE-21)
and Operation (PF-45)
PIPELINE

PG
Fundamentals of Pump and PG
34 Gas Conditioning
Compressor Systems (ME-44)
PG 18
Overview of Offshore Systems 29 and Processing (G-4)
(OS-21)

PG
Process Safety 20
Engineering (PS-4)

Fundamentals of Onshore and PG


31
1 A 3-year progression for a Pipeline Engineer
would begin with the Fundamentals of
Onshore and Offshore Pipeline Systems
Offshore Pipeline Systems (PL-4) course (PL-4).

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Fundamentals of Onshore Pipeline Facil-


Onshore and Offshore ities: Design, Construction
Pipeline Systems (PL-4) and Operations (PL-42)

FOUNDATION - 10 DAYS FOUNDATION - 5 DAYS

DESIGNED FOR DESIGNED FOR


Technical professionals new to the pipeline business or needing a Technical professionals new to the onshore pipeline business or
broad understanding of the pipeline business including: pipeline needing a broad understanding of the design and construction of
project managers, pipeline engineers, facilities engineers, pipeline onshore pipeline business including: pipeline project managers,
design and construction engineers, engineering and construction pipeline engineers, facilities engineers, pipeline design and con-
contractors. struction engineers, engineering and construction contractors.
YOU WILL LEARN YOU WILL LEARN
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ABOUT THE COURSE course will incorporate construction methods, commissioning,
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construction, and operation of pipeline systems. The focus is on The course focuses on pipeline routing, mechanical design,
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NEW COURSES:
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PIPELINE
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the correct procedures for calculating the
spring wind-up or bench set. Maintenance
issues also include: testing for dead-band/
2012-2013 SCHEDULE AND TUITION
hysteresis, stick-slip and non-linearity;
HOUSTON on-line diagnostics; and signature analysis.
15-26 APR 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,846
DENVER
2012-2013 SCHEDULE AND TUITION 29 JUL - 2 AUG 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,846
,6"-"-6.163 DUBAI
For course descriptions, see page 33
19-30 NOV 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $7,130 6-10 OCT 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $4,882
To enroll, go to jmcampbell.com/ice
,6"-"-6.163 ORLANDO
18-29 NOV 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $7,344 11-15 NOV 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,846

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Instrumentation, Controls Electrical Engineering Instrumentation and


and Electrical Systems for Fundamentals for Facilities Controls Fundamentals for
Facilities Engineers (ICE-21) Engineers (E-3) Facilities Engineers (IC-3)

FOUNDATION - 5 DAYS FOUNDATION - 5 DAYS FOUNDATION - 5 DAYS

DESIGNED FOR DESIGNED FOR DESIGNED FOR


Managers, engineers, technicians and system operators requiring Facilities and Project Engineers as well as new Instrumentation, Facilities and Project Engineers as well as newly graduated
a broad understanding of instrumentation, control, and electrical Controls and Electrical Engineers who need to improve their basic Instrumentation, Controls and Electrical Engineers who need to
systems in oil and gas facilities. understanding of electrical systems within oil and gas facilities. improve their basic understanding of instrumentation and control
systems within oil and gas facilities.
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systems, and the communications and remote control systems used. and is designed for Facilities Engineers with or without a
ABOUT THE COURSE
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and distribution, process and safety systems instrumentation, and designed for Facilities Engineers with or without a background in Instrumentation and Control Engineers. Through the use of
control strategies and configurations. The focus is on application and electrical engineering and can accelerate the development of new individual and group problem solving, attendees will learn about
integration into the process and control of upstream and midstream Facilities Electrical Engineers. Through the use of individual and field measurement devices, final elements and actuators, pressure
oil and gas facilities. The material of the course is applicable to field group problem solving, attendees will learn about transformers, relief and regulation, documentation, programmable logic
process facilities, pipelines, gas plants, and offshore systems. motors, generators, one-line diagram interpretation, protection controllers, power supplies, SCADA, DCS, SIS, and hazardous areas.
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applications, communications requirements, and the operator DOHA
BOEDPNQVUFSDPOUSPMMFSJOUFSGBDFr*OUFSSFMBUJPOTIJQTCFUXFFO 30 SEP - 4 OCT 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $4,694
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 ORLANDO
control and monitoring systems such as pressure and level 29 OCT - 2 NOV 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,628
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TBGFUZNPOJUPSJOHBOE HOUSTON
response systems including SIS, HIPPS and emergency shutdown 26-30 NOV 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,628
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HOUSTON
local control, remote control, and data management and use.
18-22 FEB 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,846
2012-2013 SCHEDULE AND TUITION CALGARY
22-26 APR 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,846
HOUSTON
DENVER
24-28 SEP 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,628
22-26 JUL 2013. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,846
#",&34'*&-% PERTH
18-22 MAR 2013. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,846 2012-2013 SCHEDULE AND TUITION
5-9 AUG 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $4,770
ORLANDO
ICE

DOHA ORLANDO
21-25 APR 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $4,770 22-26 OCT 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,628 28 OCT -1 NOV 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,846
LONDON HOUSTON DUBAI
17-21 JUN 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $4,774 11-15 FEB 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,846 3-7 NOV 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $4,770
HOUSTON ORLANDO HOUSTON
23-27 SEP 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,846 21-25 OCT 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,846 18-22 NOV 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,846

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Electrical Engineering
Practices for Facilities PLC and SCADA Valve and Actuator
Engineers (E-4) Technologies (IC-71) Technologies (IC-72)

INTERMEDIATE - 5 DAYS INTERMEDIATE - 5 DAYS INTERMEDIATE - 5 DAYS

DESIGNED FOR DESIGNED FOR DESIGNED FOR


Facilities and Project Engineers with two or more years of experi- Instrumentation, electrical and process engineers and technicians Facilities, chemical, electrical, instrumentation, maintenance,
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course and need to further develop their understanding of electri- supervisory (SCADA) systems. taining shutoff, pressure relief, and control valves.
cal systems within oil and gas facilities.
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session of this course, visit our website at www.jmcampbell.com HOUSTON HOUSTON
or contact us at jmcsupport@jmcampbell.com. 8-12 OCT 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,846 14-18 OCT 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,846

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34 2012-2013 FACILITIES TRAINING CATALOG

Piping Systems - Fundamentals of Pump Compressor Systems -


Mechanical Design and and Compressor Systems Mechanical Design and
Specification (ME-41) (ME-44) Specification (ME-46)

INTERMEDIATE - 5 DAYS INTERMEDIATE - 5 DAYS SPECIALIZED - 5 DAYS

DESIGNED FOR DESIGNED FOR DESIGNED FOR


Mechanical, facilities, plant or pipeline engineers and piping Engineers, senior technicians and system operators designing, Mechanical, facilities, plant, or pipeline engineers and techni-
system designers who are involved in the design of in-plant piping operating and maintaining pump and compressor systems in oil cians needing an in-depth understanding of the different types of
systems for oil and gas facilities. and gas facilities. compressors.
MECHANICAL

YOU WILL LEARN YOU WILL LEARN YOU WILL LEARN


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ers reviews the key areas associated with the design of piping parameters and troubleshooting techniques.
systems for oil and gas facilities. The course is focused on four ABOUT THE COURSE
areas: codes and standards, pipe materials and manufacture, ABOUT THE COURSE This five-day course is for facility design engineers, operations
piping components, and piping layout and design. Applicable This is an intensive 5-day course providing a comprehensive overview engineers and technicians seeking an in-depth understanding of
piping codes for oil and gas facilities (ISO, B31.3, B31.4, B31.8, of pumps and compressor systems. The focus is on equipment selec- centrifugal, reciprocating, and screw compressors. This course
etc.), pipe sizing calculations, pipe installation, and materials tion type, unit and station configuration, integration of these units provides basic knowledge of compressor types and associated
selection are an integral part of the course. The emphasis is on in the process scheme and control strategy in upstream and mid- auxiliary systems, mechanical design of equipment, operating
proper material selection and specification of piping systems. stream oil and gas facilities. The material of the course is applicable and performance characteristics, control and monitoring systems,
to field process facilities, pipelines, gas plants, and offshore systems. maintenance practices, and codes and standards.
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r&DPOPNJDDPOTJEFSBUJPOT
DOHA
7-11 OCT 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $4,694
2012-2013 SCHEDULE AND TUITION
LONDON
LONDON 22-26 OCT 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $4,547
15-19 OCT 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $4,547
ORLANDO
ORLANDO 12-16 NOV 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,628
5-9 NOV 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,628 ,6"-"-6.163
BRISBANE 3-7 DEC 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $4,715
26-30 NOV 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $4,631 HOUSTON
HOUSTON 11-15 MAR 2013. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,846
4-8 MAR 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,846 LONDON
LONDON 15-19 APR 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $4,774
22-26 APR 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $4,774 DENVER
29 JUL - 2 AUG 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,846
DENVER
22-26 JUL 2013. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,846 LONDON
9-13 SEP 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $4,774
LONDON
DOHA
2-6 SEP 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $4,774
29 SEP - 3 OCT 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $4,882
DUBAI ORLANDO
6-10 OCT 13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $4,882 11-15 NOV 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,846 2012-2013 SCHEDULE AND TUITION
ORLANDO DUBAI ORLANDO
4-8 NOV 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,846 17-21 NOV 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $4,882 22-26 OCT 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,628
BRISBANE ,6"-"-6.163 ORLANDO
9-13 DEC 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $4,770 2-6 DEC 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $4,856 21-25 OCT 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,846

34 www.jmcampbell.com www.petroskills.com 1.405.321.1383 ALL CLASSES AVAILABLE AT YOUR LOCATION. CONTACT US TODAY.
2012-2013 FACILITIES TRAINING CATALOG 35

Turbomachinery
Rotating Machinery Best Principles of Reliability
Monitoring and Problem
Practices (ME-47) Engineering (REL-4)
Analysis (ME-62)

FOUNDATION - 5 DAYS SPECIALIZED - 5 DAYS INTERMEDIATE - 5 DAYS

DESIGNED FOR DESIGNED FOR DESIGNED FOR


Engineers, senior technicians and system operators designing, Experienced mechanical or facilities engineers and senior Maintenance, engineering and operations personnel involved
operating and maintaining rotating equipment in oil and gas technicians needing an understanding of control, monitoring and in improving reliability, availability, condition monitoring, and
facilities. Best practices from a variety of rotating machinery topics, troubleshooting turbomachinery utilized in the oil and gas industry. maintainability of process equipment and systems. Participants

MECHANICAL
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HOUSTON ORLANDO
12-16 NOV 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,682 3-7 DEC 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,329
LONDON HOUSTON
11-15 MAR 2013. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $4,774 2012-2013 SCHEDULE AND TUITION 13-17 MAY 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,846
HOUSTON HOUSTON DUBAI
22-26 APR 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,846 1-5 OCT 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,628 30 SEP - 4 OCT 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $4,774
ORLANDO HOUSTON ORLANDO
28 OCT - 1 NOV 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,846 30 SEP - 4 OCT 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,846 2-6 DEC 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,846

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Rotating Equipment Reli-


ability Optimization (REL-41)

FOUNDATION - 5 DAYS

DESIGNED FOR
Maintenance, engineering and operations personnel involved
in improving reliability, availability, condition monitoring, and
maintainability of process equipment and systems. Participants
MECHANICAL

should have foundation skills in statistical analysis and reliability


techniques for equipment.
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drums, pump mechanical seals, compressor seals - liquid and
dry gas, and auxiliary systems)
ABOUT THE COURSE
This is an intensive 5-day course providing a comprehensive
understanding of root cause failure analysis through a variety
of exercises used to conduct failure analysis in the class. After
an introduction to essential reliability terms, exercises are used
extensively to immerse the participant in real world scenarios
involving common rotating equipment reliability issues: rotors,
journal bearings and vibration, thrust bearings, balance drums,
pump mechanical seals, compressor seals (liquid and dry gas)
and auxiliary systems. The material of the course is applicable to
all oil and gas field production facilities, refineries, pipelines, gas
plants, marine applications and offshore systems.
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2012-2013 SCHEDULE AND TUITION


HOUSTON
10-14 DEC 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,682
LONDON
18-22 MAR 2013. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $4,774
HOUSTON
29 APR - 3 MAY 2013. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,846
ORLANDO
4-8 NOV 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,846

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2012-2013 FACILITIES TRAINING CATALOG 37

Refinery Gas Treating, JOHN M. CAMPBELL & CO.


Fundamentals of Refining
Sour Water, Sulfur and
Technology (RF-31)
Tail Gas (RF-61) INSTRUCTOR
BASIC - 4 DAYS INTERMEDIATE - 5 DAYS SPOTLIGHT
DESIGNED FOR DESIGNED FOR
Personnel in the petroleum refining business and related Personnel in the gas treating, sulfur recovery and environmental
activities. conservation areas of the petroleum refining business including
managers, process engineers, and operators.

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refining business such as new hires of any discipline, transferees changing solvents, and sulfur plant oxygen injection I teach ME-41, Piping Systems, ME-44,
from other sectors of the petroleum, upstream, mid-stream, and Pump and Compressor Systems and OM-
chemical sectors. This course is excellent for experienced opera- ABOUT THE COURSE
22, Project Management for Engineering
tors who want to understand the why as much as the how of This is an intermediate, five-day course with an established,
refining. Basics of refining and its technology are stressed. Details successful format that has been delivered worldwide to refinery and Construction.
of chemistry, process conditions, and materials are described and natural gas process engineers and managers. Practical acid
where necessary to support the basics. The backbone of the gas removal, sour water stripping, and sulfur recovery processes Do you have a favorite city to visit?
course is to develop a refinery processing scheme through a are stressed. Details of chemistry, process conditions and materi-
series of simple, linked student-worked problems. This will show als are described as required to assure a real understanding of Far and away, my favorite city is London.
how a processing scheme to meet product qualities and volumes the processes and their materials, construction, and operational We lived in Norway for several years and
is developed. issues. To ensure that participants return to their workplace with traveled to London every chance we had.
enhanced ability and understanding, a large portion of the course I look at England as the homeland as
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material. It is the highlight of the week.

Do you have a favorite hobby you enjoy?


My favorite hobby is shotgunning. I enjoy
shooting both Skeet and Sporting Clays.
Each fall we gather the relatives and
hunt quail in southern New Mexico. Its
always fun to visit the places where my
grandparents lived and worked in the
For schedule and pricing information or to arrange an In-House For schedule and pricing information or to arrange an In-House Pecos Valley. I also enjoy playing golf
session of this course, visit our website at www.jmcampbell.com session of this course, visit our website at www.jmcampbell.com when time permits.
or contact us at jmcsupport@jmcampbell.com. or contact us at jmcsupport@jmcampbell.com.

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38 2012-2013 FACILITIES TRAINING CATALOG

JOHN M. CAMPBELL & CO.


Applied Maintenance Maintenance Planning
Management (OM-21) & Work Control (OM-41)
INSTRUCTOR
BASIC - 5 DAYS FOUNDATION - 5 DAYS SPOTLIGHT
DESIGNED FOR DESIGNED FOR
Maintenance supervisors, team leaders, or managers needing Maintenance and Operations managers, superintendents, supervi-
to improve their maintenance programs. This course is a broad sors, team leaders and planners engaged in work management,
survey of essential aspects of maintaining a safe, efficient and planning, and scheduling.
reliable facility asset.
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Participants will be able to assess their current state of control of What courses do you teach?
ABOUT THE COURSE work and determine the most effective and sustainable improve- I teach Operations Management courses:
Safety is the number one reason to take this course! We will ment efforts. New work control standards such as PAS-55, ISO Applied Maintenance Management OM-
focus on how to reduce your accident rate through better control 50001, and OSHA 1910 are being enforced with greater intensity 21, Maintenance Planning & Work Control
of the maintenance work. Data shows that maintenance workers and this course will provide a substantial insight into what these OM-41, Essential Leadership Skills OM-
are 5 times more likely to suffer an injury if their job is reac- standards mean. This working seminar is designed to build com-
tive rather than planned and scheduled. The skills of Applied petency in Work Control as a primary skill set in the Competency
23, Project Management for E&C OM-22,
Maintenance Management are a necessary foundation for Map for Facilities Maintenance Management. We will focus on the and Managing Brownfield Projects OM-42.
successful reliability-centered maintenance efforts. This course six phases of work management: work identification, planning,
provides essential knowledge required for achieving excellence in prioritization, scheduling, execution and history capture. Mastering Do you have a favorite city to visit?
maintenance management. Work control, planning, and schedul- these essential skills are the key components of integrity manage- Budapest is my favorite, and also other
ing will be covered. Participants will receive a sound, integrated, ment, behavioral safety, resource control, and reliable operation. cities in Europe. Also Bangkok.
basic knowledge of the maintenance function and how to progress A pre- and post-course self-assessment will be used to measure
towards world-class performance. Individual action plans will carry competency improvement. Each participant will develop an action
course learning into the work environment. Better utilization of plan to help their organizations become more efficient and safe A favorite food from one of the cities in
Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS) will be and be ready to present it to their corporate teams. which you teach?
covered. A pre- and post-seminar self-assessment will be given to I really enjoy sampling international
indicate delegates competency improvements. The assessment COURSE CONTENT
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Do you have a favorite hobby you enjoy?
Im an outdoors person as well as
involved in the arts. Outdoors, I really
2012-2013 SCHEDULE AND TUITION 2012-2013 SCHEDULE AND TUITION like boating, exploring and hiking
wherever in the world I am. At home,
ORLANDO ORLANDO
17-21 DEC 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,329 22-26 OCT 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,329
its the garden and the birds. Visual
arts, music and history are my favorite
HOUSTON HOUSTON things to seek and enjoy, along with the
11-15 MAR 2013. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,529 29 APR -3 MAY 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,529 delicious cuisines of the world.
ORLANDO ORLANDO
16-20 DEC 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,529 14-18 OCT 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,529

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2012-2013 FACILITIES TRAINING CATALOG 39

Project Management Managing Brownfield Essential Leadership


for Engineering and Projects (OM-42) Skills for Technical
Construction (OM-22) Professionals (OM-23)

FOUNDATION - 5 DAYS FOUNDATION - 5 DAYS BASIC - 5 DAYS

DESIGNED FOR DESIGNED FOR DESIGNED FOR


Small project managers, project engineers, facility engineers, Project engineers, maintenance and operations leaders planning Anyone who has new responsibilities to lead a team. Supervisors,
operations engineers, and purchasing personnel including team and managing effective brownfield and shutdown projects. Team Leads, Managers and others interested in becoming a better
leaders and managers who plan, manage, or participate on multi- leader and contributing team member will greatly benefit from
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OPERATIONS MGMT
projects technical teams by - Learning to respond rather than react
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facilities in the oil and gas industry. The specific training received tional structure necessary to be successful. This includes working force the team - More effective delegation - Reduce your own
in schedule and cost management, risk management, and the with your project team, scope, and schedule and managing costs stress level by - Recognizing how your stress affects others and
proper use of scarce resources (people and materials) will help throughout the project. Exercises, games and discussions will your decisions, and doing something about it - Teaching yourself
the project manager make the best decisions possible. Upon make the sessions challenging and invigorating. Participants are how to lower your stress with clearer thinking
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project management phases entail and be able to employ key working on. by - Learning the differences between skill and competency -
project management knowledge areas and project control tools Raising the competency levels of yourself and your team - Walk
to facilitate successful project outcomes. Participants will under- COURSE CONTENT
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discussion, and hands-on exercises using real-world project shutdown ment. The 21st century brings new emphasis on leaders, new
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- Leadership - HSE Management Please note that OM-42 replaces our former OM-43 course. creation of participant action plans. This course will help you
- Project Types - Risk Management Due to popular demand, we have restructured and expanded unleash natural motivation in your team. Your stress level can be
- Contracting - Interface Management our former course Effective Maintenance Shutdowns (OM-43) to lowered by working more efficiently and effectively by tapping the
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2012-2013 SCHEDULE AND TUITION 2012-2013 SCHEDULE AND TUITION


HOUSTON ORLANDO
3-7 DEC 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,329 2012-2013 SCHEDULE AND TUITION 10-14 DEC 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,329
HOUSTON ORLANDO HOUSTON
4-8 MAR 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,529 8 -12 OCT 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,329 22-26 APR 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,529
HOUSTON ORLANDO ORLANDO
14-18 OCT 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,529 7-11 OCT 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,529 9-13 DEC 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $3,529

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Contracts and Tenders Effective Materials Inside Procurement in Oil


Fundamentals (SC-41) Management (SC-42) & Gas (SC-61)

FOUNDATION - 3 DAYS FOUNDATION - 3 DAYS INTERMEDIATE - 3 DAYS

DESIGNED FOR DESIGNED FOR DESIGNED FOR


Individuals involved in any aspect of sourcing, tendering, select- Professional and management personnel who have responsibility Supply chain professionals with 2-7 years experience either inside
ing, forming and executing contracts with suppliers of goods and for, materials, spare parts and supplies needed to support any or outside the oil and gas industry. The course is for anyone who
services to the oil and gas industry. This includes supply chain SFOFSZ HBTQMBOU POTIPSFPGGTIPSFQSPEVDUJPOPSPUIFSJOEVTUSZ needs a better understanding of procurement value creation in
roles such as contracting and procurement specialists, sourcing operations. Buyers, procurement specialists, stock analysts, and UIFPJMHBTJOEVTUSZBOEJODMVEFTCVZFST QSPDVSFNFOUTQFDJBM-
specialists, category managers, and logistics managers. The course logistics, warehouse, distribution or operations supervisors will ists, logistics specialists, business analysts, team leaders, project
is also intended for technical roles assigned to project work such benefit from this course by learning the techniques and principles managers, commodity managers, materials managers, and new
as facilities engineers, drilling engineers, project engineers and for providing better service to their operations, reducing stock sourcing specialists or category managers. This course has been
coordinators, commissioning engineers, contracts engineers, plan- outs and surplus materials and maximizing the return on invest- designed in collaboration with major oil companies to increase
ning engineers, asset managers, and legal trainees. ment for inventory. procurement competencies that are most relevant to the industry
today.
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ABOUT THE COURSE
SUPPLY CHAIN

of materials to lower inventory levels and increase space global sourcing, local content requirements, and the growth of
Contracts and Tenders Fundamentals will provide attendees with a
utilization eCommerce.
more strategic approach to contracting, along with numerous tools to
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increase investment recovery dollars.
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desired outcomes. Everyone involved in some element of contracting disposing of the vast array of materials and spare parts needed in maximize value delivery and increase their contribution to any
must understand the entire process, keys to success and what is the oil and gas industry. Evolving best practices by major oil and business unit of the organization. Course registration includes an
required of their role. Materials and exercises are built around oil and gas companies are explored as three inter-related modules for online, interactive forum with the instructor and pre-read materi-
gas industry issues to be more relevant to the needs of attendees. inventory management, warehousing and investment recovery. als designed to familiarize course attendees with relevant issues
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19-21 MAR 2013. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $2,471 2012-2013 SCHEDULE AND TUITION eProcurement initiatives in oil and gas
ORLANDO HOUSTON
15-17 OCT 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $2,471 2-4 OCT 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $2,331 2013 SCHEDULE AND TUITION
HOUSTON HOUSTON HOUSTON
5-7 NOV 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $2,471 1-3 OCT 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $2,471 27-29 AUG 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US $2,471

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2012-2013S FACILITIES TRAINING CATALOG 41

JOHN M. CAMPBELL & CO.

INSTRUCTOR
SPOTLIGHT

DAVE
TENHOOR
What courses do you teach?
I teach SC-41 Contracts and Tenders
Fundamentals, SC-42 Effective
Materials Management, and SC-61
Procurement in Oil and Gas.

Do you have a favorite city to visit?


London is always a favorite because
I am familiar with it, there is a lot to

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do during downtime, and the beer is
good! One other city that surprised me
and I would like to return to teach is
Baku, Azerbaijan.

A favorite food from one of the cities in


which you teach?
One of the best meals Ive had was
the suckling pig at Horno de Juan in
Madrid.

Do you have a favorite hobby you enjoy?


Devil ball, more commonly called
golf. I love to play but rarely keep
score to preserve my sanity.

Do you have a short story to share


from a session?
One memorable event occurred when
teaching in Madrid in February 2009.
Snow is extremely rare there, but
during class it began to snow hard
enough to stick to the ground. I had to
take an unscheduled half hour break
so the class could have a snowball
fight!

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P-3 Production/
Campbell Processing Operations
(OT)

Operator Training SKILLED - UP TO 10 DAYS

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DESIGNED FOR

Skilled Operators Plant and facility operators, supervisors and technicians.


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are Safe Operators


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theoretical aspects that must be mastered before operators can
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Campbell Operator Training Gets THIS COURSE IS ALSO AVAILABLE IN NON-MATHEMATICAL, BASIC
VERSION OF 5 DAYS DURATION.
Your Operators Up to Speed Quickly
To bring Campbell Operator Training to your facility and for more information go to EMAIL JMCSUPPORT@JMCAMPBELL.COM OR CONTACT US AT
www.jmcampbell.com/operator-training or email jmcsupport@jmcampbell.com. 1-405-321-1383 FOR MORE INFORMATION.

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2012-2013 FACILITIES TRAINING CATALOG 43

Cryogenic NGL Operator Training for


Gas Dehydration
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Operations (OT)
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BASIC - 2 DAYS BASIC - 4 DAYS BASIC - 5 DAYS

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collection of unique competency-based training programs for the Exploration
& Production; Health, Safety, Environment; and Operations & Maintenance
sectors of the industry. Courses in the following disciplines are offered
publicly and on an in-house basis for 2012 and 2013.

Exploration & Production U Reservoir Engineering Health, Safety, Environment


U Geophysics U Project Management U Health, Safety, Environment
U Geology U Petroleum Business
U Production & Completions U Petroleum Professional Operations & Maintenance
Engineering Development U O&M Production
U Petrophysics U Well Construction/Drilling U O&M Electrical

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Basic Petroleum Technology Basic Petroleum Engineering Practices

BPT BE

C O U R S E LEVEL: BASIC C OU RSE L E V E L : BASIC


D E SI GNED FO R DE SI GN E D F OR
Secretarial, administrative, management, field support, accounting, purchasing, Engineers, engineering trainees, technical managers and assistants, technicians,
economics, legal, finance, human resources, drafting, land and data processing personnel, geologists, geophysicists, chemists, physicists, service company personnel, sales
as well as investors and royalty owners. representatives, and data processing personnel.
Participants involved at the technical level of the industry, particularly engineers,
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technicians or others with mathematics background through basic calculus, should
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A B O U T T HE CO UR S E understanding of the technology and its applications at an engineers level, and the
This course presents a non-technical, practical understanding of petroleum industry confidence and professional enthusiasm which comes with that understanding. The course
technology in an interesting, effective, and efficient manner. Included are the basics of the has had a revolutionary effect on training programs for many major oil and service companies
industry from terminology through basic technology and from geology through processing of by making specialized training that follows far more effective. Participants enter those
the petroleum product. Participants are placed in the position of Reservoir Engineer, and Our specialized programs with a depth of understanding of that particular technology and relation
Reservoir is defined, analyzed and put in production. Next, drill sites are chosen. Participants to other classic and new technologies of the industry. The course focuses on the field and
are then placed in the position of Drilling/Completion Engineer, and the drilling/completion application approach, and includes classroom exercises, fundamental engineering problems,
program for Our Well is analyzed. Participation results in greater job confidence, enthusiasm and basic field exercises.
and productivity.
C OU RSE C ON T E N T
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2 0 1 2 SC H E DU L E A N D T U I T I ON / 5 DA YS
HOUSTON, U.S.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-9 NOV. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US$3,635
LONDON, U.K. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-7 DEC. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .US$4,260+VAT
OKLAHOMA CITY, U.S. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22-26 OCT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US$3,635
20 1 2 S CHED ULE A ND TUI TI ON / 5 DAYS
2 0 1 3 SC H E DU L E A N D T U I T I ON / 5 DA YS
KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-7 DEC. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US$4,895
ABERDEEN, U.K. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15-19 JUL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .US$4,185+VAT
LONDON, U.K. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26-30 NOV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .US$4,260+VAT
CALGARY, CANADA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21-25 OCT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .US$3,635+GST
20 1 3 S CHED ULE A ND TUI TI ON / 5 DAYS DENVER, U.S.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-16 AUG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US$3,635
ABERDEEN, U.K. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-22 MAR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .US$4,185+VAT DUBAI, U.A.E.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 APR-2 MAY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US$4,680
DUBAI, U.A.E.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 JUN-4 JUL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US$4,680 HOUSTON, U.S.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-8 FEB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US$3,635
HOUSTON, U.S.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-8 MAR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US$3,635 15-19 APR. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US$3,635
22-26 JUL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US$3,635 8-12 JUL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US$3,635
21-25 OCT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US$3,635 9-13 SEP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US$3,635
KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-6 DEC. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US$4,260 18-22 NOV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US$3,635
LONDON, U.K. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-12 APR. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .US$4,260+VAT KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-6 SEP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US$4,260
5-9 AUG. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .US$4,260+VAT LONDON, U.K. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-22 FEB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .US$4,260+VAT
4-8 NOV. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .US$4,260+VAT 2-6 DEC. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .US$4,260+VAT
PITTSBURGH, U.S. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-23 AUG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US$3,635 OKLAHOMA CITY, U.S. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-11 OCT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US$3,635
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45
Surface Production Operations Basic Drilling, Completion and Workover Operations

PO3 BDC

C O U R S E LEVEL: BASIC C OU RSE L E V E L : BASIC


D E SI GNED FO R DE SI GN E D F OR
Beginning level production, operations, facilities and petroleum engineers; production managers Technical, field, service, support and supervisory personnel desiring to gain an
and field production supervisors; surface equipment technicians; and technical or supervisory introductory overview of these topics and how they interrelate. Excellent for cross-training
personnel who interact with field facility engineers / operators of other technical disciplines such as reservoir and surface facility engineers plus
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U/iV>ii>`>iLi>vV`i>`>>}>>}i`V engineers such as technical supervisors and technical service personnel.
operations
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A B O U T T HE CO UR S E techniques (well intervention). It develops an understanding of the WHAT, WHY, and HOW of
The purpose of this course is to present an overview and fundamental understanding of the wide range each of these areas of engineering practice. Reservoir Engineers will learn what can be done
of oilfield production handling and treatment equipment. The participant should learn not only what within open-hole and cased wells as they execute reservoir management. Drilling and
but how field fluid treating equipment works. The fundamental principles of fluid behavior are first completion personnel will learn how the producing reservoir can be damaged or stimulated
introduced, then applied to all of the various equipment and systems comprising production
by what they do. The participants learn to visualize what is happening downhole, discover
operations. Emphasis is on understanding the internal workings inside the piping, valves and vessels.
A major goal of this course is to improve communication among the technical disciplines, field and what can be accomplished and gain an appreciation for wellbore risks and the possibility of
office in order to enhance operational efficiencies, lower costs and improve production economics. damage to the formation; and how drilling and completion practices can alter reservoir
Example step-by-step exercises are worked together with the instructor to drive home the important interpretation and performance. The participant will become conversant with specific technical
points. Daily sessions include formal presentation interspersed with directed discussion and problem terminology and aware of practical applications, which should enhance communication and
solving. interaction between disciplines.
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2 0 1 2 S CHEDULE A ND TUI TI ON / 5 DAYS
DALLAS, U.S.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-5 OCT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US$3,635
DUBAI, U.A.E.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25-29 NOV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US$4,680 2 0 1 2 SC H E DU L E A N D T U I T I ON / 5 DA YS
MIDLAND, U.S. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-16 NOV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US$3,635 BAKERSFIELD, U.S.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-16 NOV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US$3,635
2 0 1 3 S CHEDULE A ND TUI TI ON / 5 DAYS DALLAS, U.S.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15-19 OCT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US$3,635
ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-23 AUG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US$4,260 2 0 1 3 SC H E DU L E A N D T U I T I ON / 5 DA YS
BAKERSFIELD, U.S.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 FEB-1 MAR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US$3,635 ABERDEEN, U.K. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-15 MAR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .US$4,185+VAT
CALGARY, CANADA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22-26 APR. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .US$3,635+GST BAKERSFIELD, U.S.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-22 NOV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US$3,635
DALLAS, U.S.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-11 OCT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US$3,635 CALGARY, CANADA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 APR-3 MAY . . . . . . . . . . . . . .US$3,635+GST
DUBAI, U.A.E.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24-28 NOV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US$4,680 DALLAS, U.S.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-18 OCT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US$3,635
HOUSTON, U.S.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-24 MAY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US$3,635 DENVER, U.S.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-12 JUL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US$3,635
9-13 SEP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US$3,635
HOUSTON, U.S.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-22 MAR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US$3,635
KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-21 JUN. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US$4,260 12-16 AUG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US$3,635
LONDON, U.K. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24-28 JUN. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .US$4,260+VAT 9-13 DEC. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US$3,635
MIDLAND, U.S. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-8 NOV. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US$3,635 KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23-27 SEP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US$4,260
OKLAHOMA CITY, U.S. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-12 APR. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US$3,635 LONDON, U.K. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-5 JUL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .US$4,260+VAT
Accelerated development and coaching available MIDLAND, U.S. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-7 JUN. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . US$3,635

46
Production Operations 1 Basic Reservoir Engineering

P01 BR

CO U R SE LEVEL: FOUNDATION C OU RSE L E V E L : BASIC


D ES I GNED FO R DE SI GN E D F OR
Petroleum engineers, production operations staff, reservoir engineers, facilities staff, drilling Geologists, geophysicists, engineers, engineering trainees, technical managers, technical
and completion engineers; geologists; field supervisors and managers; field technicians, service
assistants, technicians, chemists, physicists, technical supervisors, service company
company engineers and managers, and, especially engineers starting a work assignment in
production engineering and operations or other engineers wanting a firm foundation in production personnel, sales representatives, data processing personnel, and support staff working
engineering. with reservoir definition, development and production.
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REFINERY PROCESS MODELING - A PRACTICAL GUIDE


TO STEADY STATE MODELING OF PETROLEUM PROCESSES
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NEARLY 60 YEARS OF CONSULTING SERVICE FOR THE OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY.

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MEG INJECTION VS. TEG DEHYDRATION MARCH 2007


By: Harvey M. Malino and Mark Bothamley
In this Tip of the Month, we will focus on the question of: Which technology should you choose? The answer, of course, is It depends. It
depends on what you are trying to accomplish, the constraints imposed on your system and the relative economics.
A Rule of Thumb is Use MEG injection if you have to cool the gas for NGL recovery anyway. Like all Rules of Thumb, there are exceptions. But
lets explore the basics of each technology.

FRICTION PRESSURE DROP CALCULATION FEBRUARY 2007


By: Joe Honeywell
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answers but they usually apply to predefined conditions which are sometimes misleading or less accurate. This Tip of the Month discusses a
method of calculating friction pressure losses for liquid lines. A spreadsheet is presented that gives friction losses based on this method.

COMPRESSOR CALCULATIONS: RIGOROUS USING EQUATION OF STATE VS. SHORTCUT METHOD


NOVEMBER 2011
By: Mahmood Moshfeghian
In this tip of the month (TOTM) we will present the compressor calculations of a case study. We will compare the rigorous method results
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calculating the required enthalpies and entropies. The enthalpies and entropies are used to determine the power requirement and the discharge
temperatures. The results indicate that the accuracy of the shortcut method is sensitive to the value of heat capacity ratio, k.
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Pressure relief system design pitfalls compressor performance
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Our Instructors
FRANK ASHFORD MARK BOTHAMLEY outlet of gas plants. He is a registered Professional
Engineer in North Dakota where his experience
DR. FRANK ASHFORD has 40 years experience in .3."3,#05)".-&: is Chief Engineer with includes Bakken oil development, production engi-
oil and gas producing facilities. Dr. Ashford joined John M. Campbell & Co. His experience covers neering, pipelines, and compressor station installa-
with John M. Campbell & Co. in 1988; he provides the areas of design, operation, troubleshooting tions. West Texas experience includes CO2 EOR
instruction fluently in either Spanish or English. and optimization of offshore and onshore oil flood gas gathering, CO2 pipelines, and gas plant
Previous to joining John M. Campbell & Co., Dr. and gas production and treating facilities. Prior engineering. His gas plant experience includes
Ashford was a Professor at Central University of to joining JMC he was with BP/Amoco for 24 three expansions of a CO2 Gas plant, cryogenic gas
Venezuela, Caracas, Venezuela, where he taught years, in several locations around the world. plants, and lean oil plant processes where he has
various courses in Natural Gas Engineering Mr. Bothamley is a past chairman of the SPE supplies process and design engineering services.
Technology. He has authored technical articles Facilities Subcommittee and a former member of He has served as a board member of the CO2
published in World Oil, JPT, SPE, Intevep Pub., the GPSA Data Book Editorial Review Board. Mr. Conference in Midland. He recently retired in order
PDVSA, Pacific Oil World, AAPG, SPELAC, and GPA. Bothamley holds a B.S. in Chemical Engineering to devote himself to providing technical instruction
He holds a B.S., a M.S. and a PhD in Petroleum from Lakehead University in Thunder Bay, Ontario, through J.M. Campbell and Company and advancing
Engineering from the University of Oklahoma. Canada, and a Diploma in Natural Gas and upstream facilities technology through J.M.
Petroleum Technology from the British Columbia Campbell Consulting. Mr. Carmody graduated from
JOHN BARR Institute of Technology in Vancouver, B.C. Canada. the University of Connecticut with a degree in
MR. JOHN BARR has over 30 years experience of Mechanical Engineering
working in the pipeline and storage industries,
JOHN C. BOURDON
holding senior project engineering positions MR. JOHN C. BOURDON has more than twenty- DARRELL G. CARVER
with responsibilities for multi-disciplined design nine years experience in hydrocarbon processing MR. DARRELL G. CARVER is a registered engineer in
projects as a senior consultant and project and specializes in sulfur recovery processes for Texas with international and domestic experience
manager. In addition to conceptual studies, FEED the petroleum refining industry. Mr. Bourdon who has worked on facilities in domestic and inter-
and detailed design projects for pipelines, project has been involved in the development of several national locations both on and offshore. He retired
activities have also included, oil and gas field sulfur-related technologies and mechanical from ConocoPhillips Petroleum Company in 2002.
development, pipeline and installation rehabilita- innovations, has authored several papers and He has more than 32 years of uniquely diverse
tion, on-line inspection, materials procurement made presentations worldwide. He has experience electronics, instrumentation, and electrical
and construction activities, for both proposed with several E&C firms including extensive start-up upstream experience, holding senior operational
and operational pipeline systems. John has been and troubleshooting activities. He consults for and technical positions on oil and gas projects
involved with international projects, including both North American and international clients. He worldwide. As Principal Controls System Engineer
Algeria, Azerbaijan, Egypt, Georgia, Norway, is a registered professional engineer and is fluent for Phillips Petroleum he was recognized as a
Poland, Syria, Tanzania, Tunisia, Turkmenistan, in English and Spanish. Mr. Bourdon has a B.S. in company expert for automation and electrical
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6"& 6,BOE:FNFO)FJTCBTFEJO Chemical Engineering from the Georgia Institute of control systems. While with Phillips Petroleum, he
the UK and is a Chartered Member of the Institute Technology and advanced degrees in other fields. served on numerous committees and task forces
of Gas Engineers and Managers. for the company representing both electrical and
LUIS BRITO-PINO instrumentation disciplines. Mr. Carver has
GARY BLACKBURN MR. LUIS BRITO-PINO has more than 19 years of authored and co-authored several technical papers
.3("3:#-"$,#63/ has over 40 years of expe- experience working for the Oil Refining, Gas & and has been the instructor for numerous In-House
rience in engineering and management of oil and Petrochemical Industries, and also for the courses. In addition, he has participated on numer-
gas developments. During his 27 years with Shell Engineering & Design firms for those same sectors. ous process enhancement teams for upstream
Oil Company, he managed drilling, production and During that time, he has held several technical facilities as the electrical and instrument represen-
construction engineering and operations for in engineering and mid-level management positions, tative. Mr. Carver received his B.S. in Electrical
the Gulf of Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas and including Optimization & Planning Superintendent Engineering from the University of Arkansas.
Alaska. While working in ABBs Floating Production for one of the Venezuelan Orinoco Belt Extra Heavy
Systems Division, Gary led engineering teams Oil Upgraders (SINCOR). Mr. Brito has lived and AJEY CHANDRA
designing deepwater systems, naval architecture, worked in Caracas, Maracaibo, Puerto La Cruz .3"+&:$)"/%3" has 25 years experience in
structural, topside facilities, drilling systems and (Venezuela), Puebla (Mexico), Madrid (Spain) and the energy industry, primarily in gas processing,
floating system hulls. After an assignment as the recently in Adelaide (Australia). He is currently transportation and market analysis. During his
ABBs Project Manager for ExxonMobils Kizomba based in Whyalla (South Australia, Australia), where time in the industry he has served in a variety of
A TLP, he was assigned as ABBs Vice President - he works for an Australian company within the Oil & roles in operations management and consulting
Project Execution. In this role, he was responsible Gas sector. Mr Brito earned a Master of Science activities. Mr. Chandra was a Senior Principal in
for oversight of ongoing projects and development degree in Oil Refining, Gas & Petrochemical from the consulting firm of Purvin & Gertz, Inc. He has
of new processes for EPC project execution. After the Institute Francois du Petrol (IFP) and a BS in worked on a variety of assignments in the areas of
leaving ABB, Gary provided consulting services for Chemical Engineering from Simon Bolivar University market analysis, forecasting, gas processing and
drilling systems selection and producing opera- in Caracas, Venezuela. transportation costs. He has served in managerial
tions management to several major operators. roles for multiple gas processing facilities in mul-
While with John M. Campbell Training, he has PAUL A. CARMODY tiple regions around the world and holds a B.S. in
been an active instructor, served as the Offshore Chemical Engineering from Texas A&M University,
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Discipline Manager, the Project Director for JMCs and an M.B.A from the University of Houston.
experience in the petroleum industry. During his 32
course deliveries for Chevrons Horizons Program.
years with Hess Corporation and its predecessor,
In 2010, Gary was appointed as the President of
Amerada Hess Corporation, Mr. Carmody has been
John M. Campbell Consulting. He continues to
involved in nearly all aspects of oil and gas engi-
instruct Offshore Courses in his spare time and to
neering from the reservoir sand face through the
assist in developing new course delivery materials.

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JIMMY CLARY JOHN R. CURRY Australia, Brazil, Borneo, California, China, Egypt,
the vbeen involved in the technical specification
.3+*..:$-"3:IBTZFBSTPGFYQFSJFODFJO .3+0)/3$633: is a recognized authority on development and/or installation of all of deep-
the Hydrocarbon Processing Industries. During the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code, pres- water Tension Leg Platforms (TLP) and a Floating
his 17 years with RWD Technologies, he held sure vessel design, fabrication and metallurgy. Production System (FPS) in the Gulf of Mexico and
technical and management positions including He founded and was President of Gulfex, Inc. for an FPSO offshore Nigeria. Kris remains active in
Senior Training Analyst, Project Manager and Team more than 37 years. This firm is a major producer retirement providing advice to E&P project groups
Leader. Mr. Clary has lived and worked in Los of pressure vessels for the refining, natural gas, on various Nigeria FPSO projects. Mr. Digre is a
Angeles, California and Houston, Texas; complet- oil production and petrochemical industries. Since graduate (BSCE) of Illinois Institute of Technology
ing projects in Asia, Africa and North and South 2003, he has been a lecturer on Section VIII, and a Licensed Professional Engineer in New
America. He is currently based in Houston where Div.1 of the Code teaching engineers worldwide Jersey, Louisiana, Texas and California.
he also worked for Petroleum Testing Services on pressure vessels. He consults in the field of
and NPR services in Special Core Analysis, Fluid upgrading and rerating existing pressure vessels BILL DOKIANOS
Analysis and Amine reclamation areas. Mr. Clary for new service. He continues to be a volunteer
earned a B.A. in Mathematics and a B.S. in for the Boy Scouts of America promoting high MR. WILLIAM (Bill) DOKIANOS has over 35 years
Physics from the University of Oklahoma. adventure programs for older scouts. He has experience, primarily in Mechanical and Process
been teaching Biblical History for over 25 years. Engineering. His experiences include assignments
MICK CRABTREE After completing his mechanical engineering in operations, project execution, technical support
training, he completed an MBA from the University and engineering management. His experiences
MR. MICK CRABTREE holds an MSc (Research) have been both onshore and offshore. Included
of Texas at Austin. He spent two years in night
in Industrial Flow Measurement and an HNC in in those experiences are analyzing and solving
school studying metallurgy at Rice University.
Electrical Engineering. Before joining John M. poor platform up time both shallow water and
Campbell & Co. as an Instructor/Consultant, he deep water platforms. Activities included process
trained over 5,000 engineers, technicians and
RALPH DARTEZ
control changes due to stacked separator vessels,
scientists. Formerly trained in aircraft instrumen- MR. RALPH DARTEZ has over 30 years of engineer- revising safe charts, operating settings and recon-
tation and guided missiles in the Royal Air Force, ing and management experience. He has led figuration of pipeline export pumps. He managed
he completed his service career seconded to the engineering, construction, operating and field a subsea tieback projects in which the platform
Ministry of Defense. Immigrating to South Africa development and management teams in the Gulf modifications included high pressure vessel
in 1966, he worked for many years for a local of Mexico, Alaska Cook Inlet and UK North Sea for redesign, dehydrator expansion, adding vapor
manufacturing and systems integration company, Marathon Oil Company. Ralph was Marathon Oil recovery units, restaging high pressure and inter-
involved in industrial process control, SCADA Companys Gulf of Mexico Region Manager during mediate gas compressors and modifying bulk oil
and PLC-based systems. Later, as editor and the mid 1990s at the time a number of deepwater process design. His pipeline experiences include
managing editor of Pulse, a leading monthly engi- fields were discovered and developed including responsibility for DOT compliance activities and
neering journal, Mr. Crabtree wrote and published Troika (2700 water depth), Oyster (1000 wd), reporting, the development and implemtation of
hundreds of articles as well as seven technical Arnold (1700 wd), Petronius (1800 wd) and federal risk programs and smart pigging, pipeline
resource books on industrial process control: Camden Hills (7100wd). He has experience with construction and control center management. Mr.
Flow Measurement, Temperature Measurement, drilling and completions, design, construction Dokianos holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical
Analytical On-line Measurement; Pressure and reservoir management of deepwater and Engineering, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI.
and Level Measurement; Valves; Industrial particularly sub-sea developments. He is a Professional Engineer in Louisiana and
Communications and The Complete Profibus New Mexico and holds a General and Commercial
Handbook. Mr. Crabtree has spent the last 12 ARTHUR DELARGY Contractor License in New Mexico.
years running industrial workshops throughout
.3"35)63%&-"3(: has over 15 years
the world in the fields of: Process Control ROBERT FANNING
experience in Process Design/Consultancy, Field
and Instrumentation; Data Communications;
Development Planning and Process Systems engi- MR. ROBERT FANNING is a training consultant with
Fieldbus; Emergency Shut-down Systems; Project
neering. Technologies he has worked with include John M. Campbell & Co. He held various Process
Management; On-Line Analysis; Valve Technology;
Nitrogen Rejection, CO/H2 Coldbox technology, Engineering and Management positions in his
and Technical Writing and Communications.
LNG, Gas Processing including dehydration/ 26 years with Mobil. Mr. Fannings background
dewpointing, sweetening and NGL/LPG extraction, includes general oilfield facilities, water flood
PIERRE CREVIER ammonia, heavy oil and various oil refining facilities, CO2 flood facilities, NGL recovery, and
MR. PIERRE CREVIER earned B.Sc and M.Sc processes, as well as both on and offshore oil LNG. Mr. Fanning was on the Board of the Permian
degrees in Chemical Engineering from the and gas experience. The scope of his project work Basin Chapter of the GPA for several years and is
University of Waterloo in 1980 and 1987 respec- has ranged from proposal preparation and field a past President of the chapter. He received his
tively. He worked in operations, design and busi- development planning to engineering design and B.S. in Chemical Engineering from the University
ness development functions across Canada prior HAZOP studies to troubleshooting on an operating of Wyoming and is a Registered Professional
to joining Saudi Aramco in 1992. As a member plant. He holds a Masters degree in Chemical Engineer in the state of Texas.
of the Upstream Process Engineering Division in Engineering (Honors.)
Dhahran he provides process consultancy to the WOLFGANG FOERG
companys gas plants and refineries. Over the KRIS DIGRE
last 15 years he has led the companys efforts in MR. WOLFGANG FOERG is an instructor/consultant
MR. KRIS A. DIGRE is an Instructor/Consultant for John M. Campbell & Co. with over 20 years
addressing chronic Claus catalyst deactivation
in the Offshore discipline for John M. Campbell experience in plant system design, control system
caused by aromatic contaminants.
& Co. He has over 36 years working in locations design and selection, procurement, engineering
around the world. He has designed or been management, and installation and commissioning
involved with the design of offshore structures of vendor proprietary equipment. His experience
located off the coast of West Africa, Alaska, includes assignments as project engineer, rotating

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equipment specialist, lead engineer for major EPC ALAN FOSTER assessment. Throughout his years with Brown
contractors, as well as experience in construction, & Root (now KBR), Han-Padron Associates (now
module design, commissioning and startup of MR. ALAN FOSTER is a training consultant with CH2M-Hill), and as an independent consultant,
plants. The types of plants include air separation John M. Campbell & Co.; he is based in the Mr. Gilad has been involved in the design and
plants, gas plants, gas storage facilities, power UK. Mr. Foster spent 25 years with Petrolite installation of numerous single point mooring
generation, MTBE plants, refinery wastewater Corporation and Baker Petrolite, involved in (SPM) systems and other offshore petroleum
treatment facilities, phenol plants, polypropylene oilfield and refinery operational problems and terminals, fixed-berth and offshore cargo transfer
plants, crude oil treating facilities and crude their resolution by chemical treatment programs. systems, oil and gas pipelines, Pipeline End
oil pipelines, LNG/NGL liquefaction plants, and Mr. Foster has developed and taught courses Manifolds (PLEMs), pig launching/receiving and
LNG receiving terminals. Specific equipment on oilfield water treatment and oilfield corrosion oil storage facilities. Mr. Gilad holds a BS and
experience includes gas turbines, steam turbines, control, since 1978. Other courses included MS in mechanical engineering from the Technion,
cryogenic expanders, centrifugal compressors, oil demulsification, paraffin and asphaltenes, Haifa and is a registered Professional Engineer
reciprocating compressors, centrifugal pumps, oilfield microbiology (and MIC) and refinery JOUIF4UBUFTPG59 /:BOE$")FJTPOFPGUIF
positive displacement pumps, polymer extruders, technology. He was also qualified by the original original authors of the California State MOTEMS,
refrigeration systems, diesel engines, motors, training company in its field, to teach their project and presently a member of PIANC working group,
generators, dryers, chemical injection systems, management course. He has been a Chartered WG153, that is developing recommendations for
cooling towers, boilers, and loading arms. Mr. Chemist and Member of the Royal Society of the design of marine oil terminals.
Foerg holds a M.S., Mechanical Engineering Chemistry for over 25 years and was also a
from Stevens Institute of Technology and a B.S., Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel GERARD HAGEMAN
Mechanical Engineering from Cornell University. and Development. Mr. Foster received his B.S. in
Applied Chemistry from Portsmouth Polytechnic MR. GERARD J. HAGEMAN is based in The Hague
He is a Registered Professional Engineer in
(UK) and his MBA from Leeds University. (The Netherlands), where he settled recently after
Wyoming, Colorado, Alberta, and Texas and is a
33 years in the downstream oil and gas business
CCHEST Safety Trained Supervisor (STS).
RONALD FREND (including LNG). He started his career with the
Gulf Oil refinery in The Netherlands as a process
WILLIAM E. FORSTHOFFER MR. RON FREND is a registered engineer with engineer, after which he joined Shell for 29 years.
WILLIAM (BILL) E. FORSTHOFFER is a graduate a M.Sc. from Huddersfield University in England During his career Mr. Hageman has worked in
of Bellarmine College, Louisville, Kentucky, as well as being a certified Chief Engineer Officer numerous countries including Malaysia, Thailand,
where he received his Bachelor of Arts degree in (marine). He has almost forty years of engineering, Saudi Arabia, Oman, United Arab Emirates,
Mathematics. Bill continued his studies at the consulting and management experience starting United Kingdom, Denmark and, of course,
University of Detroit, Michigan, where he received his career with Shell Tankers (UK) as an engineer The Netherlands. He has been responsible
a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical officer cadet through to chief engineer, then taking for Process Engineering, Design, Operation,
Engineering. Bill spent six years at the Delaval up a maintenance engineering position in Oman Start-up, Process Safety (Integrity), Interface
Turbine Company, where he designed and tested rising to a senior management position in Shell management, Change processes, Competency
centrifugal pumps and compressors, gears, International (Middle East) before opening an assurance and Training. He holds a Masters
steam turbines and rotary (screw) pumps. Prior to engineering consultancy in 1989. His entire career Degree in Chemical Engineering from Twente
leaving Delaval, Bill held the position of Manager has been concerned with practical applications of University in The Netherlands.
of Compressor Projector Engineering responsible maintenance, operations and engineering.
for the aerodynamic and mechanical design of Ron is experienced in a variety of engineering DAVID HAIRSTON
centrifugal compressors, lube and seal systems and maintenance analytical techniques as well MR. DAVID HAIRSTON has been a consultant and
and auxiliaries. Bill joined Mobil Research and as possessing management skills suitable to an instructor with John M. Campbell & Company
Development Corporation (MRDC) in Princeton, engineering consultancy and a large multi-national for over 9 years. Mr. Hairston is a Registered
New Jersey in 1974, where he was directly corporation. Highlights of Rons career include cen- Professional Engineer in several U.S. states
involved with rotating equipment selection, trifugal compressor optimization of surge control and has over 40 years of experience in project
design, testing and start-up of fluid cat cracker systems, introduction of enveloped demodulation management, engineering and design, material
units, reformers, hot gas expanders and low vibration analysis techniques and development of a logistics, and construction management for oil
density polyethylene plants. From 1980 to 1985, methodology to calculate U and R values based on and gas facilities. Project experience includes
Bill directed the application, selection, design, infrared thermal imaging measurements. pipeline transportation and production facilities,
testing, site pre-commissioning and start-up
Ron is currently based in Blackpool, England where both onshore and offshore. Worldwide project
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he is managing director of his own consultancy. and construction management experience at all
Saudi Arabia. Following his overseas assignment,
levels includes grass-roots gathering, processing,
Bill returned to MRDC where he established a
Technical Service Program for Mobil affiliates to JOSH GILAD and pipeline systems with a capital cost of over
USD$ 2.5 billions. Specialized technical expertise
provide application, trouble-shooting and training .3:&)04)6" +04)
(*-"% 1& has forty years includes river and special obstacle crossings
services for rotating equipment. Bill left Mobil of domestic and international experience and using open-cut, bridging and directional drilling
in January of 1990 to found his own company. is now a consultant for John M. Campbell & Co. methods; offshore construction and logistics plan-
Since then, Forsthoffer Associates, Inc. (FAI) has Most of his experience has been in the engineer- ning. Mr. Hairston has been published in ASCE
provided quality training, critical equipment selec- ing, analysis, inspection, troubleshooting, forensic Magazine, Proceedings of Marine Technology,
tion and trouble-shooting services to the refining, investigation and expert witness for marine liquid Proceedings of several industry Pipeline
petrochemical, utility and gas transmission indus- bulk terminals for oil (crude, products) and gas Conferences, and the Oil and Gas Journal. He
tries on a worldwide basis. In 2011, FAI joined (LNG, LPG), cargo handling and storage facilities, holds a B.S. in Aerospace Engineering from Texas
with John M. Campbell & Co. to provide two new prime movers, piping and pipelines. His experi- A&M University and an M.S. in Civil Engineering
public courses, namely, ME-47 Rotating Machinery ence includes pipeline flow and hydraulic transient for the University of Houston.
Best Practices (see page 35) and REL-41 Rotating analysis, pipe stress analysis, pipeline on-bottom
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BOB HLOZEK where he held various management positions Shuttle Crew. He also works on leadership
and provided training and consulting services to development with the U.S. Naval Academy, the
MR. BOB HLOZEK, P.E., is an Instructor/Consultant several international oil and gas companies. He Wharton School of Business and Wildland Forest
for John M. Campbell & Co. He has over 40 years also worked for Texaco from 1972-1980, where he Fire Crews. He holds a Masters Degree in Applied
of technical experience in the Oil & Gas, Refining, held engineering and management positions. Mr. Behavioral Science with an emphasis in Executive
Petrochemicals, and Specialty Chemicals Hubbard is a member of SPE and GPSA, he has Coaching and Consulting in Organizations from the
Industries. His extensive background includes chaired the SPE Facility Engineering Committee and Leadership Institute of Seattle, Bastyr University.
process engineering, design and equipment is program chair of the Oklahoma City SPE Section.
sizing, product development, plant startups, He is currently a member of the SPE Project, BILL KEETER
economic evaluations, technical management, Facilities and Construction Advisory Committee.
business development, and operations, sales, and MR. BILL KEETER joined Allied Reliability in 2006
He has published several papers in the area of gas
marketing support. He retired from Dow Chemical after serving as President of BK Reliability
processing and facilities design. He holds a B.S. in
Company after 19 years. Prior to Dow, Bob worked Engineers, Inc. where he provided training and
Chemical Engineering from Kansas State University
for ICI America, Celanese, Northern Natural Gas facilitation services to help facilities improve asset
(1971), and an MBA from Tulane University (1978).
(Enron), Production Operators (Schlumberger), performance using Weibull Analysis, Reliability
and several E/C firms. Bobs expertise is in natural Centered Maintenance, Availability Simulation,
FRANK JARRETT and Life-cycle Cost Analysis. Bill has over 30
gas processing specializing in sour gas removal,
sulfur recovery, and amine solvent technology. MR. FRANK JARRETT is an Instructor and senior years of experience in Maintenance Engineering
He has been involved with many amine plant engineer for John M. Campbell & Co. He has and Management. He has successfully imple-
startups including field troubleshooting of over over 35 years of experience in the natural gas mented maintenance improvement programs in a
100 global plants. Bob has a BSCHE from Texas processing industry. Mr. Jarrett has a background variety of manufacturing and process facilities.
A&M with graduate studies toward MBA at Univ. that covers natural gas liquids recovery, natural Bills experience includes maintenance leadership
of Delaware. gas liquefaction, nitrogen rejection and recovery positions in the US Military, the nuclear industry,
of helium from natural gas, acid gas removal, chemicals, paper converting, and plastic film man-
KEITH HODGES product distillation, dehydration, relief system ufacturing. He has provided training and reliability
design and evaluation, CO2 pipeline and compres- consulting services to petroleum, process, mining,
MR. KEITH J. HODGES is a learning advisor, sion, plant utilities and support systems. He is and defense industries in the United States, Mid-
instructor development consultant and project a registered professional Engineer in the state East, and Europe. Bill has developed competency
manager for John M. Campbell & Co. He is British of Colorado and has served on the Board of maps for Reliability, Availability, and
and has now relocated to Spain. He qualified as a Directors of the Rocky Mountain Chapter of the Maintainability Engineering for the Petroleum
Project Manager in the UK and from 2000 to 2005 Gas Processors Association. Mr. Jarrett received Industrys PetroSkills program. Bill has published
managed a multi-million pound building project a B.Sc. in Chemical and Petroleum Refining articles in a variety of internationally recognized
there. Work with JMC includes Project Managing Engineering from the Colorado School of Mines. maintenance publications, and has presented
programs in Saudi Arabia and Angola. He has papers on the practical application of Weibull
developed and directed an Instructor Acceleration ROBIN JENTZ Analysis at several internationally attended
Course for new Campbell instructors and developed Maintenance and Reliability Conferences. Bill is a
a Competency framework for instructors. In 2003 MR. ROBIN JENTZ is an instructor for John M
Certified Maintenance and Reliability Professional
he had a paper relating to project management, Campbell & Company. He has 38 years of oil and
with the Society for Maintenance and Reliability
published in the Public Service Review, Central gas processing experience. His work has included
Professionals Certifying Organization. He also
Government and an article published within the most process areas of oil and gas production,
holds degrees in Business Administration and
Public FM in 2006. For a number of years he including design and testing of low dewpoint
Electrical Engineering.
worked within National Police Training, where he glycol dehydration units, analysis of flare and
designed, directed and evaluated courses at a relief systems using dynamic simulation programs,
retrofitting gas/liquid separators to increase
DALE KRAUS
National level, including management courses. He
has been involved in Computer Supported capacity and eliminate entrainment, and upgrad- MR. DALE KRAUS is an Instructor/Consultant
Collaborative E-Learning since 1996 and continues ing oil dehydrators. Mr. Jentz has worked for both for John M. Campbell & Co. He has twenty-nine
to develop programs in this medium. He has also operating and engineering contracting companies. years of progressive responsibility from staff
directed Coach/Mentor and Management courses He is a Registered Professional Engineer in Alaska to management positions within the Upstream
in this format. Mr. Hodges has a Masters Degree in and Washington. Mr. Jentz received his B.S. Oil and Gas Industry. Mr. Kraus has obtained
Education (M.Ed.), Training and Evaluation, gained in Chemical Engineering from California State sound basis in Facility/Processing Engineering
from the University of Hull in 1995, and a Post University Long Beach in 1974. and Field Operations in Oil and Gas Production.
Graduate Certificate in Education from the Mr. Kraus is a member of A.P.P.E.G.A. and the
University of the West of England gained in 1998. JOHN KANENGIETER Canadian Gas Processors Association. He holds
a Bachelors degree in Chemical Engineering from
MR. JOHN KANENGIETER specializes in executive
ROBERT HUBBARD the University of Saskatchewan.
coaching and working with teams in challeng-
MR. ROBERT A. HUBBARD is based in Norman, ing work systems. His work with leaders in a
consulting and executive coaching relationship is
PERRY LOVELACE
Oklahoma with over 40 years of experience in
augmented by his expertise gained from 20 years .31&33:-07&-"$& $.31JTB4FOJPS4UBGG
oil and gas facilities, worldwide. Mr. Hubbard is
in the field of experiential education and leader- Instructor for John M. Campbell and Co., a
president of John M. Campbell & Co., a position he
ship development. His practice includes clients PetroSkills member. Mr. Lovelace specializes
has held since 2010. In 2009 he retired from the
as individuals, teams, and large organizations. in Maintenance and Project Management,
University of Oklahoma where he taught courses
John is a principle trainer contracted by NASA to Leadership and Competency-based Training and
and directed a masters program in Natural Gas
work with Space Shuttle Crews in the dynamics has over 25 years experience in industrial training
Engineering and Management in the Petroleum and
of teamwork and leadership on extended space and consulting. His work in competency-based
Geological Engineering Dept. From 1980-2002
expeditions and worked closely with the Columbia workforce development is known worldwide. In
he worked for John M. Campbell & Company

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addition to M&O, his participative leadership business, Exact Differentials LLC and provides locations throughout the Eastern Hemisphere
seminars have provided team-building skills to technical, marketing and licensing expertise to solving water treatment and separation problems.
100s of supervisors and team leaders. the natural gas and oil industry. Mr. Malino is Mr. McLaughlin has developed and taught courses
He has dedicated his career to providing high a registered Professional Engineer in the State on oilfield water treatment since 1990. He is a
quality learning experiences, keeping in tune of New Hampshire. He is a Senior Member of Member of the Royal Society of Chemistry,
with the changing economic and technological the Advisory Board of the Laurance Reid Gas London, UK.
environment, especially as applied to long-term Conditioning Conference in Norman, OK. Mr.
facilities management and organizational Malino earned an M.B.A from Pace University in JOHN MORGAN
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MR. D. JOHN MORGAN is based in Denver,
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Colorado, and is Executive Vice President of John
include industrial and utility organizations of Brooklyn Technical High School.
M. Campbell & Co. with over 40 years experience in
different types and sizes in the United States, the design, startup and troubleshooting of oil and
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, ANDREA MANGIAVACCHI gas facilities. He has published extensively on sour
Qatar, Nigeria, Angola, Canada, New Zealand, DR. ANDREA MANGIAVACCHI is an instructor/ gas treating, sulfur recovery, CO2 treating, materials
Australia, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Trinidad/ consultant in the Offshore Discipline. A free-lance of construction, LNG training, and cryogenic gas
Tobago, Austria, Romania, UK, Ecuador, Bolivia independent consultant since 2001, Andrea is processing. He consults for both North American
and Mexico. An engaging and popular speaker/ currently involved in international deep-water and international clients in the gas processing
facilitator, Mr. Lovelace continually receives high offshore projects on behalf of major oil and gas industry. He performs training in LNG facilities, oil
marks from participants. operators. He is also an active member of work and gas process facilities, and gas plants around
A certified Maintenance and Reliability groups involved in the development of US and the world. He is very active in industry activities
Professional (CMRP) by the Society for international standards for offshore structures. including membership of the Editorial Review Board
Maintenance and Reliability Professionals and a After an early academic career with the University of the Gas Processors Suppliers Association, the
member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers, of Rome, Italy and with Rice University in Houston, Program Advisory Committee of the Laurence Reid
Mr. Lovelace also holds a B.S. in Science Andrea joined Brown & Root (today KBR), where Gas Conditioning Conference, and had served as
Education and an M.S. in Botany from the over the next 25 years he was involved in a Adjunct Professor of Petroleum Engineering at
University of Oklahoma, with pre-doctoral studies number of major international offshore oil and Colorado School of Mines. Mr. Morgan has many
in Plant Ecology at the University of California. gas projects (Gulf of Mexico, North Sea, South years of experience training non-native English
America, West Africa, Asia-Pacific). He also held speakers. He holds a B.Sc. (Honors) in Chemical
KEN LUNSFORD a number of corporate positions in the area of Engineering from London University; and an M.E.
MR. KEN LUNSFORD has more than 34 years deep water technology, fixed and floating offshore in Chemical & Refinery Engineering from Colorado
experience in engineering and management of oil, structures, engineering systems. Andrea has School of Mines, USA.
gas, chemicals and plastics developments. During extensive experience in conceptual field develop-
his 32 years with ConocoPhillips he has led devel- ment projects, structural analysis and design, MAHMOOD MOSHFEGHIAN
opment teams on projects in the United States, hydrodynamics, naval architecture, Computer
DR. MAHMOOD MOSHFEGHIAN is a senior
Norway, Qatar, and United Arab Emirates. His Aided Engineering and Design. Andrea holds
research engineer, instructor and consultant
diverse engineering and project management a M.Sc. in Nuclear Engineering and a Ph.D. in
with John M Campbell and Company (JMC). He is
background includes liquefied natural gas proj- Aerospace Engineering, both from the University
the author of most Campbell Tips of the Month
ects, sour gas plants, oil, gas and petrochemical of Rome. He has authored or co-authored over 30
and develops technical software for JMC. He
pipelines, engineered plastics processes and technical papers, and holds two patents. Since
has 35 years teaching experience in universities
materials handling, batch sulphur chemical pro- 2008, he has been an instructor with JM Campbell
(Oklahoma State University, University of Shiraz,
cesses, and pilot plants. Additionally, he was Training, delivering offshore and subsea courses,
University of Sydney and University of Qatar) as
corporate project controls manager for Phillips both public and in-house, in a variety of interna-
well as for oil and gas industries. Dr. Moshfeghian
Petroleum with responsibility for developing busi- tional locations (UK, USA, Spain, Nigeria, Angola,
joined JMC in 1990 as a part time consultant and
ness processes and training for asset develop- Australia, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Argentina,
then as full time instructor/consultant in 2005.
ment, value improving practices, project controls, Venezuela, Kazakhstan).
Previous to joining JMC, Dr. Moshfeghian was a
contracting strategy, risk management, reviews & Senior Research Scientist at Kuwait Institute for
assists and joint venture non-operated project KEVIN MCLAUGHLIN Scientific Research and Professor of Chemical
assurance. He received his B.S. and M.S. degrees MR. KEVIN MCLAUGHLIN is a training consultant Engineering at Shiraz University. Dr. Moshfeghian
in Mechanical Engineering from the University of with John M. Campbell and Company. He has is a senior member of AIChE and has published
Missouri-Columbia. He is a registered professional been associated with JMC for more than 10 years more than 120 technical papers on thermody-
engineer in the State of Texas. and is based in the UK. Mr. McLaughlin worked in namic properties and Process Engineering. Dr.
the UK Chemical industry for 20 years prior to Moshfeghian has presented invited papers in
HARVEY MALINO moving into the oil and gas production industry, international conferences. He is a member of the
.3)"37&:.."-*/0IBTNPSFUIBOZFBST where he has worked for more than 20 years. He Editorial Board for the International Journal of
of experience in the Chemical and Hydrocarbon has specialized knowledge and experience in Oil, Gas, and Coal Technology. He holds a B.S.
Processing Industries. During his 28 years with water treatment associated with oil and gas pro- (74), an M.S. (75) and a Ph.D. (78) in Chemical
Union Carbide Corporation/UOP, he held both duction systems. For more than 15 years he was Engineering, all from Oklahoma State University.
technical and commercial positions including manager of a group of technical specialists for a
World Wide Sales Manager for the Gas Processing major Production Chemical Manufacturing RALPH NEUMANN
Business Group. Mr. Malino has lived and worked company: with additional responsibility for
MR. RALPH NEUMANN is an Instructor/ Consultant
JO/FX)BNQTIJSF .BJOF /FX:PSL 4JOHBQPSF product development, management and applica-
for John M Campbell & Companys Gas Processing
and Chicago. He is currently based in Charleston, tion in oil and gas production systems. He has
courses. Throughout his extensive career, Mr.
South Carolina where he runs his own consulting traveled extensively to onshore and offshore
Neumann has gained experience in Oil and Gas

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Production, Natural Gas Processing, Specialty Network. His primary areas of expertise include He has been visiting tutor on the Online Education
Fractionation, and Pipelines and Gathering project Appraise and Select stage engineering and Training Course run by the Institute of
Systems. Responsibilities have included the and operations troubleshooting and optimization, Education, London University, and for the British
development of conceptual and detailed designs, especially sulfur recovery units. Open Universitys Teaching & Learning On-Line
multi-discipline project supervision, economic course, for a number of years. In 2002, Mr.
feasibility studies, consulting, and a variety DENNIS PERRY Prendergast was a contributor to an Online Trainers
of field services including pre-commissioning, course run by the Northern Illinois University,
.3%&//*41&33:is a training consultant with
startup, training, and troubleshooting. He has USA. He has been an Advisor to The Management
John M. Campbell & Co. and teaches in the
also been responsible for project development, Institute, University of Ulster on Online Learning,
Electrical and Instrumentation discipline. Mr. Perry
management of engineering (including safety and and has carried out consultancy for the British
has been working in the automation, electrical
environmental), and management of field opera- Inland Revenue service in ways to deliver training
and instrumentation design business for many
tions for a large midstream natural gas processing by Computer Mediated Communication. He has
years. His work experience includes working in the
company. Most recently, he has been involved undertaken various workshops on e-Learning
aerospace industry as an analog circuit designer,
in the implementation of several shale gas and through out Germany and also at The Croatian
working in the electronic instrument manufacturing
tight gas facility development projects. He has Academic and Research Network.
business as production engineering manager,
authored and presented technical papers the to
and working for a major oil and gas company as
AIChE (dynamic simulation), the Gas Processors
a division automation supervisor and later as a
JAY RAJANI
Association (nitrogen rejection facilities, gas
staff engineer in the central, Upstream Technology +":3"+"/*worked in Amsterdam, The Hague and
plant operations management, gas and NGL
group. He has also worked for an instrument manu- London for Royal Dutch Shell Group of Companies
treating), and the Laurance Reid Gas Conditioning
facturer as service manager and for an engineering for 33 years. He started his career in the Shell
Conference (dehydration and amine treating).
construction company as an instrument/electrical Research Laboratories in Amsterdam where he
Mr. Neumann received his baccalaureate and
engineer. Mr. Perry graduated from Louisiana Tech was involved, in the development of refinery
masters degrees in Chemical Engineering from
with a B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering. burners/furnaces. He later moved to Separation
Rice University in Houston, Texas.
Technology. He worked on the development of
JASON PINGENOT conventional as well as membrane based gas-
STEPHEN PEHNEC liquid and liquid-liquid separators. From 1987
MR. JASON PINGENOT has over 18 years of
MR. STEPHEN T. PEHNEC is JMCs Senior Manager to 2005, he worked in the Gas/Liquid Treating
experience in planning, design, engineering,
and Instructor of Operator Training. He joined the and Sulphur Processes department as Principal
management, and commissioning for a wide range
company in 1990. He is responsible for the design, Technologist with special responsibilities as a
of natural gas installations; including wellhead
development and delivery of operator training Group Leader in the Adsorption and Catalytic
controls, gathering systems, compressor stations,
programs, worldwide. Mr. Pehnec has 40 years of Conversion Section. His last position was as a
processing plants, metering facilities, and truck
experience in oil & gas exploration, production and Lead Process Engineer with Qatargas 3&4 LNG
loading stations for projects around the globe. In
processing operations, including technical, supervi- Project (first with EPC contractor in Japan and
the course of his career he has served the industry
sory and management positions. He has delivered then in Ras Laffan in Qatar). The last three years
as a drafting instructor, engineering consultant,
pre-startup training for a number of large projects, of the project involvement was in the construction,
and led an EI&C technical team at Encana Oil &
such as Qatar Petroleums North Field Project (Um commissioning and start-up of the 7.8 mtpy LNG
Gas (USA) to execute capital projects and develop
Said, 1991) and Sable Offshore Energys Goldboro trains. Jay is now an independent consultant
technical and safety standards. Currently, Mr.
and Point Tupper plants (Nova Scotia, 1999). on Gas Technology with SBM Offshore in the
Pingenot is the Vice President of Engineering
Mr. Pehnec holds a BA degree (Physics) from the Netherlands. He is also a JMC instructor. He
and EI&C Manager at GWD Design & Engineering
California University of Pennsylvania (1971) and holds B.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees from University of
based in Denver, Colorado, with a field services
an MBA degree (Operations Management) from London and Diploma in Management Studies from
office in North Dakota. Mr. Pingenot is a registered
Waynesburg College (1989). He has earned instruc- University of Coventry.
professional engineer in the state of Colorado with
tor certificates from the Petroleum Industry Training
a bachelors degree in Electrical Engineering from
Service (PITS, 1984) and Abacus Learning Systems
the University of Colorado.
GEORGE RODENBUSCH
(2002), and he has completed a number of JMCs
DR. RODENBUSCH has more than 32 years of
engineering-level courses.
GERARD PRENDERGAST experience in the engineering and management
of deepwater offshore oil and gas developments.
PAUL PENDERGRAFT MR. GERARD A. PRENDERGAST, B.SC. (HONS),
He started his career working in R&D where he
'*/45-. %*14:413"$ 01&/
, is the founder
MR. PAUL PENDERGRAFT has a Masters of developed tools for the estimation of loads on off-
and Managing Director of Abacus Learning
Chemical Engineering degree from Oklahoma State shore platforms induced by wind, wave and current
Systems Ltd. He is currently an Instructor
University and worked for over 30 years with BP during severe storms. He then joined a Marine
Developer and Learning Advisor to John M
and its predecessor Amoco Production Company Systems Engineering group, which was formed to
Campbell & Company. Mr. Prendergast is a Fellow
in gas processing. He worked three different times develop concepts for the development of deepwater
of the Institute of Leadership and Management
at Amocos Tulsa Research Center, primarily in the fields in the Gulf of Mexico. He has led the global
in the UK. He concentrates on the open and
areas of sour gas processing and sulfur recovery, analysis group supporting the design of the Auger
flexible learning aspects of education and training,
and has twelve patents. He served for many years Tension Leg Platform that would move the record
especially the delivery of training using Computer
as the technical contact for the BP/Amoco Sulfur water depth for offshore production from 410m to
Mediated Communication - CMC - and Computer
Recovery Technology. He also did research on gas 870m. In addition to design activities, he spent
Supported Cooperative Learning CSCL. He has
separation membranes. He served in Operations, several years working on various technical problems
trained Educators and Instructors from many
working with both sweet and sour gas plants, and in involving hydrodynamic and hydroelastic design of
Universities, and from industry and commerce
Plant Projects. He has worked in both offshore and offshore platforms. He has provided development
worldwide in online Computer Supported
onshore separation and processing, and served for planning support to operating companies around
Collaborative Learning Techniques.
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of deepwater offshore fields. He spent several years Azure Project an EU funded project. With John M. it spent with ExxonMobil or Mobil Oil. He recently
as an Engineering Manager supervising a group Campbell & Co. John is an Instructor/Consultant served as a Section Head, Machinery Section
responsible for the design of floating systems, presenting short courses on the LNG business and and Machinery Advisor, which is an executive
risers, mooring systems and foundations for technologies on both an In-House and public basis level position, for ExxonMobil. He provided
deepwater development systems worldwide. He was in venues around the world. He also practices as a supervision and technical direction and support
active in the API Offshore Structures subcommittee, consultant, assisting companies with development to approximately 15 machinery specialists in the
which established and maintained key standards of both LNG export and reception terminals and is Section, who form the core of machinery expertise
for offshore engineering, chairing that group for currently active with major LNG projects in Europe and networking within the Downstream areas of
several years. He was appointed as a Global and Far East Asia. John graduated from UC London ExxonMobil. He was responsible for providing
Technical Expert in Offshore Structure Engineering with a degree in Chemical Engineering. He has machinery support to capital projects and techni-
in recognition of technical expertise and global served on the Management Committee of the cal services to ExxonMobil and affiliate locations;
contribution and was later named the Global European GPA for more than 12 years and chairs field support during facility turnarounds; and
Discipline Head for Offshore Engineering. He holds the GPA Europe LNG working party. development of new technologies that improve/
a BS and MME in Mechanical Engineering from Rice optimize machinery operability, maintainability
University and a PhD in Oceanographic Engineering KINDRA SNOW-MCGREGOR and reliability. Activities also included close
from Massachusetts Institute of Technology & alliances and best practice sharing with global
MRS. KINDRA SNOW-MCGREGOR is an instruc-
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. He is a Downstream field locations and the parallel
tor and consultant for John M Campbell &
Licensed Professional Engineer in the State of Texas machinery groups in the Upstream organization.
Company. She has a masters degree in Chemical
and is a member of ASME. He also coordinated with Upstream for the
Engineering and Petroleum Refining from the
preparation, development and maintenance of
Colorado School of Mines, and over 15 years of
ALAN ROYER experience in the Oil and Gas Industry. Particular
ExxonMobil Engineering Practices and research
and development programs for machinery,
.3"-"/130:&3IBTNPSFUIBOZFBSTPG areas of expertise include: gas treating (amine
including equipment health monitoring. Mr.
experience in the Oil and Gas industry working and dehydration), gas processing, LPG / conden-
Starkey is a past participating member of the
in the upstream and midstream sectors. During sate recovery from gas, NGL fractionation and
American Petroleum Institute Sub-Committee
the past 27 years Mr. Royer has held operational, storage, process optimization, sulfur handling, and
on Mechanical Equipment. He holds a B.S. in
technical and managerial positions. process safety. Prior to joining John M Campbell &
Mechanical Engineering from the University of
Company in 2008, she has served in management
During the first 12 years of his career he worked Kentucky (1968).
and lead process engineering roles in the oil and
as an operator for Chevron Canada Resources
gas engineering, procurement and construction
in their gas processing facilities, and oil/gas
business. She has managed and served on signifi-
GORDON STERLING
gathering systems, located in Northern Alberta.
cant projects in the industry for clients such as BP, MR. GORDON STERLING is based in The
In mid 1990 Mr. Royer left Chevron to attend the
ExxonMobil, ConocoPhillips, Occidental, QatarGas Woodlands, Texas. In addition to Instructing he
University of Alberta where he earned a B.Sc.
and XTO . She has been actively involved in also serves on the Board of Directors of John
degree in Petroleum Engineering.
industry groups for many years, such as the Gas M Campbell Holdings. In a 35-year career with
Later in his career, Mr. Royer spent over 12 Processors Association, and the Rocky Mountain Shell E & P, USA, he was involved in many record
years in the Middle East. Initially he worked in Gas Processors Association (RMGPA). Currently setting Gulf of Mexico deepwater developments.
:FNFOXJUI$BOBEJBO/FYFO-UEXIFSFIFXBT she is on the GPA Technical Research Committee, He was the Manager of Major Projects for Shells
responsible for the engineering design of various Sub-Group 2. She has published seven technical Deepwater Division in New Orleans during the
facilities, including all commissioning and start-up papers at international conferences, and is a mid and late1990s when the Mars, Ram Powell
activities. He spent his last 8 years in the Middle co-inventor on two technology patents in the gas and Ursa TLPs were designed, built and installed,
East working in Qatar where he held a number of processing industry. (Ursa in 3950 feet of water) and when the Mensa
operational and engineering roles supporting the subsea development in 5400 feet of water was
construction and start-up of the LNG Mega Trains, KEN SOURISSEAU designed, built and brought on production.
which have a combined production capacity of 77
MR. KEN SOURISSEAU in an Instructor for JM From 1991 through 1999 he was on the Board of
million tonnes per annum.
Campbell & Co. and has 34 years of experience Directors of the Offshore Technology Conference
Mr. Royer is currently based in Calgary, Alberta, with Shell. Assignments have been in front end (OTC), the largest technical conference related to
where he runs his own consulting business provid- development, process design, project engineering, offshore oil and gas in the world, annually host to
ing Facilities Engineering services to local industry. operations technical support, and operations 70,000 or so visitors in Houston Texas. He was
Mr. Royer is a registered Professional Engineer in management primarily in the areas of sour gas Chairman of the conference in 1998 and 1999. In
the Province of Alberta, along with being an active and insitu heavy oil recovery. Mr. Sourisseau has 2008 he was chosen for the prestigious Heritage
member of Project Management Institute since 2005. worked throughout Alberta, in Abu Dhabi, and the Award by the OTC. With this background he brings
Netherlands. He has authored a number of techni- a broad knowledge of the early development
JOHN SHEFFIELD cal papers for international conferences, provided planning steps, and a detailed knowledge of the
training for Shell in numerous countries, and has development and production system options. In
MR. JOHN A. SHEFFIELD is a Senior Manager with taught Gas Processing at the University of Calgary. association with two colleagues he has written
M.W. Kellogg Ltd. a major UK E&C Company for He earned B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees in Chemical a book titled Deepwater-Petroleum Exploration
more than 16 years. John was the manager of the Engineering from the Universities of Saskatchewan and Production-A non-technical guide, of which
Process Engineering Department, Project Manager (76) and Minnesota (78) respectively. He is a a second edition was published in 2011. He holds
for development of LNG projects for export and registered professional engineer in Alberta. a B.A.Sc. (Honors) in Civil Engineering from the
import terminals and Commercial Vice President University of Waterloo, Canada, and an M.S.C.E.
with responsibilities for key clients and projects. He WILLIAM STARKEY (Structures) from Lehigh University, Bethlehem,
helped develop projects for LNG facilities in the UK, Pennsylvania.
China, Norway, Egypt, Germany and Australia and 8*--*".%45"3,&: has over 30 years experience
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DAVID TENHOOR Wyoming. In 2008, he oversaw and commissioned WES WRIGHT
a 92MMscfd amine sweetening and cryogenic
MR. DAVID A. TENHOOR, CPIM is an instructor NGL train for the Government of Ras Al Khaimah MR. WES WRIGHT has 25 years experience in oil
in the field of Supply Chain Management for (U.A.E.). Thereafter, he started his own engineer- and gas producing facilities and is currently a
PetroSkills/John M. Campbell & Co. He has been ing consultancy supporting both mechanical and consultant and instructor. Mr. Wright began teach-
consulting and teaching APICS (The Association process disciplines. Stuart began instructing for ing with John M Campbell in 2004 where he has
for Operations Management) CPIM certification John M. Campbell in January 2009 with piping and been delivering courses in CO2 Surface Facilities,
courses since 2005. He has taught in many rotating equipment disciplines and supports JMC Oil and Gas Processing and Operator Training
different industries from chemical processing Consulting services in an array of process startup world-wide. Prior to joining John M Campbell,
to discrete manufacturing. Companies include and engineering design roles. Mr. Wright was the lead on-site engineer at the
BASF, National Oil well Varco, Halliburton, Weyburn CO2 Miscible flood where he was closely
ExxonMobil Chemical and Cameron. David brings PETER WILLIAMS involved in the development, design, construction,
a well-rounded package of industry experience start-up and operations. Through the 1980s,
to PetroSkills/JMC. He has held positions in MR. PETER WILLIAMS is an Instructor/Consultant Mr. Wright performed contract research at the
Inventory Control, Manufacturing Management, with over 35 years of industrial experience, most University of Calgary in Enhanced Oil Recovery
Strategic Sourcing and Transportation/ of which were in oil and gas processing. His and was a consultant on a wide range of sweet
Distribution Management. He also has experience experience includes plant process engineering, and sour oil and gas projects throughout Western
in Finance and Product Development. David operations supervision, project development Canada. Mr. Wright graduated in 1983 with a BSc
received his undergraduate degree in Geology and business case definition, project technical in Engineering from the University of Calgary. He
from Hope College in Holland, Michigan and an support, plant engineering management, and is a Professional Engineer in Saskatchewan and
MBA in Supply Chain Management from Michigan internal consulting, primarily with Saudi Aramco. Alberta, Canada and is a member of the SPE. He
State University. He is a member of the Houston Canadian experience includes plant engineering in has been published in the ASME-OMAE, the CSCE
Chapter of APICS and served two terms on the phosphorus production, heavy water, and bitumen and the IAHR.
Board of Directors as Treasurer. upgrading, and project engineering. He also has
experience with benchmarking, implementation of CLYDE YOUNG
BUCK TITSWORTH a safety management system, and the application
.3$-:%&:06/(JTBWFSZBDUJWFDPOTVMUBOUXJUI
of lean Six Sigma methods to engineering man-
MR. BUCK TITSWORTHs experience includes +PIO.$BNQCFMM$POTVMUJOH.S:PVOHIBTPWFS
agement. He has Masters degrees in Chemical
over 40 years with major international operating thirty years of diverse experience in operations
Engineering and in Economics, is a Professional
and service companies in worldwide oil and gas and maintenance of production and processing
Engineer in Alberta and is a certified Six Sigma
production/process engineering, project execu- facilities. This includes significant experience
Black Belt.
tion, and business planning. Specific experience in operations and development of management
includes: upstream projects (Middle East - Saudi systems for gas processing and water/wastewater
RONN WILLIAMSON treatment facilities. This includes operating proce-
Arabia, Egypt, Kuwait); oil & gas pipeline and
MR. RONN E. WILLIAMSON, C.P.M., CFPIM is dure development, training program development,
production facilities projects (South America, the
Technical Training Director of John M. Campbell compliance auditing, vulnerability assessment,
Far East, FSU, Austral-Asia); FPSO/mobile system
& Co. and serves as an Instructor/Consultant. emergency planning and mechanical integrity
development projects (Canada, Asia-Pacific,
He has been consulting and instructing in the QSPHSBNEFWFMPQNFOU.S:PVOHQSPWJEFTNBOZ
West Africa); refining projects (USA and eastern
field of supply chain management for more of our clients with PHA services, compliance audits
Europe); and global business/strategic planning
than fifteen years. During this time, he has BOE)B[BSET3FWJFXT.S:PVOHIBTQSFTFOUFEBU
for the engineering and construction industry.
delivered significant value to more than fifty, the Mary K. OConnor Process Safety Symposium
Assignments have included establishing joint
cross-industry organizations. He has provided and written several papers that have been pub-
ventures and/or new offices in Vietnam, Pakistan,
education programs internationally to hundreds MJTIFEJOWBSJPVTJOEVTUSZQVCMJDBUJPOT.S:PVOH
Nigeria, Australia, Canada, and Holland. Mr.
of people in procurement, logistics and materials holds a B.S. in Social Sciences from the University
Titsworth has a BS in Chemical Engineering from
management. In 2005, he joined the PetroSkills/ of Wyoming- Laramie Wyoming.
the University of Houston, and is a registered
John M. Campbell team to develop a competency-
professional engineer in four states.
based training model for Procurement/Supply
Chain Management (PSCM) for the oil and gas
STUART WATSON industry. Ronn gained his supply management
MR. STUART WATSON has over 15 years of experi- expertise during twenty-three years of operational
ence in oil and gas processing. His experience and management roles for a major equipment
has taken him to facilities around the world in OEM company. For five years, he had executive
regions including Australia, Africa, the Middle East responsibility for purchasing and transportation
and the US. Mr. Watson graduated with honors in at Thermo King Corporation, a subsidiary of
1996 from Curtin University, Perth, Australia with Westinghouse Electric and a billion-dollar global
a bachelors degree in Mechanical Engineering. business. Ronn received an undergraduate degree
After graduating he worked in Perth, Australia (BME) in engineering and a master of business
supporting Woodsides offshore facilities. In administration degree (MBA) from the University
January 2000, Stuart accepted a position with of Minnesota. He has been a member and past
Pearl Development Company of Colorado where chapter president, of the American Production and
he worked over the next eight years at many of Inventory Control Society (APICS). He is a member
the Gas production and processing facilities in of the Institute for Supply Management (ISM)
the western US. His work included Expansions and the International Association for Commercial
for Unocal Alaska, Facilities engineering at the El Contract Management (IACCM). Ronn is certified
Paso Field Services 650MMscfd Chaco Plant at the Fellow Level by APICS and has a lifetime
and various other projects in Colorado and certification from ISM.

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From US: .....+1 832 426 1215 non-refundable registration fee, per five days of training or less. Tuition must be paid prior to the first day of the course. If payment has not been
petroskillscastellano@petroskills.com made prior to the course start date, the registrant or their representative should contact the appropriate Customer Service Department to make
United Kingdom and Europe payment arrangements.
London .......+44 208 123 2173 Note: Where applicable due to government regulations, Goods and Services Tax (GST) or Value Added Tax (VAT) will be added to the total tuition
uk-inquiries@jmcampbell.com fees. Pricing subject to change. See website for current pricing and availability.
Norway
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Australia
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attended, no money will be refunded. Only one transfer per initial registration is allowed.
CERTIFICATES, PROFESSIONAL Substitutions may be made at any time without penalty.
DEVELOPMENT HOURS (PDHs) If it is necessary to cancel an enrollment, full paid tuition, less the non-refundable registration fee of $100.00(USD) per five days of training or
AND CONTINUING EDUCATION UNITS less, will be refunded providing the cancellation is received in our office 30 days or more prior to the course start date. If tuition is not paid at
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A Certificate of Completion is awarded to each participant Department if you wish to cancel or transfer your enrollment. Enrollments are not automatically cancelled if tuition payment is not received by the
who satisfactorily completes the course and will be start of the course.
awarded by the instructor(s) on the final day.
Transfers and cancellations will not be honored and tuition is forfeited and non-transferable for courses that have reached maximum participation
John M. Campbell course hours can be used to satisfy regardless of the amount of notice given.
PDHs for licensed engineers in most states. In many We reserve the right to cancel any course session at any time. This decision is usually made approximately two weeks before the course begins.
instances Campbell course hours can be used for If we cancel a course, enrollees will be given the opportunity to transfer to another course or receive a full refund, provided the enrollment was
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