Gas Processing

Tartan Academy is proud to collaborate with industry professionals in a broad range of natural gas processing topics, creating courses based on applicable knowledge and real-life scenarios from in the field!

From crucial hydrocarbon separation and drying processes to impurity and contaminant removal, we bring fundamental concepts to life with practical examples and informative graphics.

Dehydration & Refrigeration

Raw natural gas is saturated with water vapor when produced from an underground reservoir. Most of this water vapor has to be removed from the natural gas before it can be commercially marketed. These courses will help you learn about how glycol and molecular sieves are used to remove water from natural gas streams.

Triethylene Glycol (TEG) Dehydration
Monoethylene Glycol (MEG) Refrigeration / Dewpoint Control
Solid Desiccants (Molecular Sieves)

Amine plants are primarily used to remove H₂S and/or CO₂ from gas or liquid hydrocarbon streams. Complete understanding of amine plants involves education on the chemistry, design and operation and this course addresses them all.

Amine Acid Gas Removal

Learn everything about Sulphur Recovery by taking the 3-level bundle course. It starts with the process basics and Claus chemistry in the beginner course all the way to case studies and troubleshooting scenarios in the advanced course.

Sulphur Recovery