This handbook is has been compiled to give readers with an interested in the oil and gas production industry an overview of the main processes and equipment. When I started to search for a suitable introduction to be used for new engineers, I discovered that much of this equipment is described in standards, equipment manuals and project documentation. This book is by no means a comprehensive description on the detailed design of any part of this process, and many details have been omitted in the interest of overview. I have included some comments on the control issues, since that is part of my own background. For the same reason, the description will be somewhat biased toward the offshore installations. Introduction, Process overview, Facilities, Onshore, Onshore, Main Process Sections, Wellheads, Manifolds/gathering, Manifolds/gathering, Gas compression, Gas compression, Utility systems, Reservoir and Wellheads, Crude oil and Natural gas, Exploration and Drilling, crude oil and natural gas, Artificial Lift, Well workover, intervention and stimulation, Well workover, intervention and stimulation, The Oil and Gas Process, Manifolds and Gathering, Oil and Gas Storage, Metering and Export, Fiscal Metering, Fiscal Metering, Marine Loading, Pipeline terminal, Control and Safety Systems, Emergency Shutdown and Process Shutdown, Power generation and distribution.
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