Crude Oil Treatments

New Techniques in the Oil & Gas Industry

Downstream Oil & Gas
Process Engineering
Upstream Oil & Gas


Oil wells generally, produce a mixture of hydrocarbon oil, water, gas, and even sand or solid materiel with dissolved minerals usually including a large amount of salt & other gases like hydrogen sulfide (H2S); and solids, including sand from the reservoir, dirt, scale, and corrosion products from the tubing. Foreign material, such as water and sand must be separated from the oil and gas before they can be sold. This process is known as Crude Oil Treating. The purpose of Crude Oil treatment is to separate, remove, or transform these various components to make the liquid hydrocarbons (Crude Oil) ready for sales & send to refiners. This PetroDeep training course provides an overview of all the theories and technologies involved in crude oil treatment, starting with brief about Petroleum Crude Formation, Production, phase separation process, emulsion theory formation, crude oil desalting, stabilization and the mechanism through the technology to destabilize and separate water from oil in addition to crude oil storage and loading facilities. Due to environmental regulations, the produced water must also be treated. This PetroDeep training course will provide a brief of the processes & operational conditions needed to achieve the required specifications for the produced water. Upon successful completion of this PetroDeep training course, participants will gain knowledge & full understanding of crude oil treatment from A to Z (formation till loading to refiners) with extensive focus in Oil Treatment Operation.

Code Venue Fees ($) Dates
PE001 Amsterdam, The Netherlands 4500 July 14, 2019 – July 18, 2019
PE001 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 5500 September 8, 2019 – September 12, 2019
PE001 Rio De Janeiro, Brazil 6500 November 17, 2019 – November 21, 2019

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