LNG Awareness

LNG Awareness
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Oct 27, 2014
from 09:00 AM to 05:00 PM

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This basic level introductory course will benefit those who have no background in LNG who need appreciation of how the LNG business works, and how they contribute to the big picture. It provides a framework that participants can build on as their career grows. Key Learning Outcomes
Understand the oil and gas industry structure
Understand the LNG project lifecycle
Discover contemporary issues and industry trends
Discover technical aspects of oil and gas creation and development
Understand the gas liquefaction process
Discover how LNG is stored, loaded and shipped
Review the structure of LNG receiving terminals
Appreciate LNG hazards and safety considerationsAbout the CourseLNG Series: Course 1
Course Level: Basic/FoundationalFirst in our LNG training series, this basic level introductory course will benefit those who have no background in LNG, and who need an appreciation of how the LNG business works and how they contribute to the big picture.The international LNG industry has seen growing since its inception. Natural gas is liquefied to enable transportation where pipelines are impossible or uneconomic.Specialised facilities are required to liquefy, store, ship, receive and return the liquid gas to its natural state _ each stage of this chain is interdependent of each other.This course provides a framework that participants can build on as their career grows. It explains how the LNG industry has evolved, and the technical aspects that support it.An introduction to terminology will help participants build their confidence to participate in this new industry.Actual case histories will be used frequently to demonstrate learning points.

This basic level introductory course will benefit those who have no background in LNG who need appreciation of how the LNG business works, and how they contribute to the big picture. It provides a framework that participants can build on as their career grows. Key Learning Outcomes    
Understand the oil and gas industry structure    
Understand the LNG project lifecycle    
Discover contemporary issues and industry trends    
Discover technical aspects of oil and gas creation and development    
Understand the gas liquefaction process    
Discover how LNG is stored, loaded and shipped    
Review the structure of LNG receiving terminals    
Appreciate LNG hazards and safety considerationsAbout the CourseLNG Series: Course 1  
Course Level: Basic/FoundationalFirst in our LNG training series, this basic level introductory course will benefit those who have no background in LNG, and who need an appreciation of how the LNG business works and how they contribute to the big picture.The international LNG industry has seen growing since its inception. Natural gas is liquefied to enable transportation where pipelines are impossible or uneconomic.Specialised facilities are required to liquefy, store, ship, receive and return the liquid gas to its natural state _ each stage of this chain is interdependent of each other.This course provides a framework that participants can build on as their career grows. It explains how the LNG industry has evolved, and the technical aspects that support it.An introduction to terminology will help participants build their confidence to participate in this new industry.Actual case histories will be used frequently to demonstrate learning points.

Booking: http://atnd.it/6535-1

Price: $ 1974.50 AUD

Speakers: Michael Williams, Richard Harrison

 

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Informa Australia, St Georges Terrace, Perth, WA, 6000, Australia
61 2 9080 4050
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