Plant Processing of Natural Gas Certificate Program
This program explores the fundamentals of natural gas processing in a format that is easy to understand and well suited for current or future plant employees wanting to learn more about topics that impact day-to-day operations. Now readers can test their knowledge using an assessment tool aimed at reinforcing material in the book.
The Certificate Program is a self-study program designed to teach key terms and concepts that are essential to the oil and gas industry. Topics include cable-tool and rotary drilling, rig types and components, land and offshore drilling operations, well completion, and rig safety.
The Certificate Program is a self-study program designed to teach key terms and concepts that are relevant to plant employees. Topics include treating and processing, equipment selection and design, dew-point control refrigeration systems, hydrocarbon treating, sulfur recovery, dehydration and mercury removal, NGL recovery, fractionation, and nitrogen rejection.
When you purchase this program, you receive Plant Processing of Natural Gas, 2nd ed. (in print or e-book) and an online assessment that can be taken as an open-book test at your own pace. The assessment is made up of 275 questions and takes approximately 7 hours to complete after reading the book. If a passing score of 70% is not achieved, you may retake the assessment at no additional cost. Successful completion earns a Completion Certificate from The University of Texas at Austin–PETEX and 3.0 CEUs.
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