Workshop 4

SOGAT Workshop 4 (May 1) - Enhancing the Operation of Acid Gas Treatment Units with Filtration and Separation Technologies

Workshop Objective

• Review the typical fluid contaminants that impact operation
• Understand the typical filtration and separation technologies to keep the unit operate reliably
• Describe the performance requirements for filter and separator datasheets

Target Audience

Process, Engineering, Operations, Maintenance engineers and managers.

Workshop Programme

8:30 -10:00
Typical fluid contaminants in Acid Gas Treatment units
Cleanliness requirements
Test means to analyze contamination in gas and solvent
10:15 –12:00
Overview of filtration and separation technologies for fluid cleanliness control
Solvent loop
Solid removal: filtration
Oil removal: liquid/liquid separation, adsorption
Feed gas
Liquid removal: liquid/gas separation
Solid removal: filtration
13.00 -14.00
Workshop: best practice, field experience, challenges… bring your own topic to share with other participants
15.00 -16.00
Key technology features for the preparation of process and mechan- ical datasheets
Wrap-up


Workshop Leader

Olivier Trifilieff, Market Sales & Business Development Manager – EMEA Pall Corporation

Olivier Trifilieff runs the Market Sales and Business Development team at Pall Corporation, for the Europe, Middle East and Africa region. This team interacts with operators and EPC contractors for various fluid purifica- tion requirements in the upstream, midstream and downstream sectors. His areas of expertise include filtration and separation applications in Gas Sweetening, Gas Dehydration, Condensate Stabilization, Injection Water. Olivier joined Pall Corporation in 2000 where he occupied different positions including technical support, marketing and sales, in Europe and in the Middle East and North Africa regions. He holds an MSc in Chemical Engineering specialized in fluid treatment technologies from ENSC Rennes University in France.

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