Oil Water Separation Training

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Webinar - Optimize Separations in Dark Crude Oil

by Mettler - Toledo Int. Inc

This webinar focuses on how to optimize flow assurance, separations, fouling, and tailings management to reduce exploration and production costs in dark crude oil at standard operating temperatures and pressures, without sampling or sample dilution.

Coastal Oil Spill Control - Operations

by Texas Engineering Extension Service

This 40-hour core course emphasizes oil spills in estuarine and coastal environments. It is designed for persons in industry, the regulatory community and the emergency response area who may be required to respond to an oil-spill incident. This course utilizes lecture, multimedia presentations and practical hands-on exercises to provide students ...

Reservoir Engineering for CO2 Sequestration

by Carbon Tech Alliance

This lecture is intended to serve as an introduction to geologic sequestration from a reservoir engineering point of view. Although much of the reservoir characterization and reservoir management technology is similar to that of CO2 enhanced oil recovery (EOR), there are important differences. The information presented in this course reflects the ...

Operational Training

by Versatech Products Inc.

Basics of Oil Spill Response. This course examines the techniques for containing oil spills, protecting near-shore areas, and recovering oil from the waters surface. The recovery of oil on water is of particular importance to the overall response function. Timely response actions may minimize the amount of oil that impacts sensitive shoreline ...

Advanced Oil Spill Response Strategies & Tactics Training


When an oil spill occurs, your team needs to know how to set up an incident command system, what strategies to use, and what equipment should be deployed for successful response operations. Learn this and more at OHMSETT's Advanced Oil Spill Response Strategies and Tactics Training, June 11-14, 2013. This 3 1/2-day training session will take ...

Carbon Capture and Storage MSc

by Cranfield University

It is widely accepted that greenhouse gases, mainly carbon dioxide produced from burning fossil fuels, are the main contributors to climate change. Fossil fuels currently satisfy approximately 85% of global energy demand. Despite significant efforts to increase energy production from renewable sources, fossil fuels are predicted to continue ...

Water/Wastewater Continuing Education Training

by Environmental Services by Daniel L. Theobald

Water/Wastewater Continuing Education Training delivered by Dan may be accessed at this Web address; http://www.esdlt.com/wastewatertraining/ Online training and any site specific or local regulatory required training is available.

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