Gas Compressor Stations Conference

Gas Compressor Stations Conference
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Apr 29, 2014 09:00 AM to
Apr 30, 2014 03:00 PM



The inaugural Gas Compressor Stations Conference is perfectly timed to discuss the design, build and maintenance of Australia's gas compressor stations.
Topics to be discussed include:
The economic success of a gas compression operation
Operation and selection of the compressors
Cost analysis initial cost, operating cost (especially fuel and maintenance cost), life cycle cost, availability, flexibility and emissions
The layout of compressor stations
Lifecycle assessment, and life cycle extension for gas pumping units and pipelines
Energy saving at gas compressor stationsAuditing and detailed design review
Regulatory framework and best practice
Review of the current expansion projects
Modularisation and increasing construction efficiency
Maintenance and operation of compressors
Repairs and replacement
Compressor piping stress analysis and design and looping lines
Package engineering and management
Two day conference (29-30 April 2014): $ 2964.50 AUD
Category: Conferences | Energy and Environment | Oil and Gas
Artists / Speakers: Paul Balfe, Executive Director, Acil Allen Consulting, Ben Gunn, Project Applications Engineering - Oil and Gas, Business Development, Solar Turbines Singapore, Paul Dragovic, General Manager, Momentum Engineering, Dr. Andy Saunders-Tack, Vice President - Asia-Pacific, The Quest Integrity Group, Kane Ramsay, Project Manager and David Young, Principal Engineer, Enscope Limited, Matt Barber, Project Manager and Michael Wells, Senior Estimator, Piling Contractors Pty Ltd, Juan Carlos Marin Aguilar, Compression Engineering and Power Manager, Enerflex Australasia Holdings Pty Ltd, Bryan Bates, Senior Application Engineer, Drivetrain Power and Propulsion, Steffen Terreblanche, National Wireless Instrumentation Manager, Emerson Process Management, Amin Almasi, Lead Mechanical Engineer, FYFE Earth Partners, Stephen Renshaw, Senior Consultant, Assetivity


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