THE CHEMISTRY AND TECHNOLOGY OF SOUR GAS PRODUCTION, SULFUR RECOVERY, SULFUR HANDLING AND STORAGE OPTIONS
Instructors: R.A. Marriott, P.M. Davis, M. Madekufamba, C.B. Lavery, F. Bernard, R. Prinsloo and J.J. Marrugo-Hernandez
DATE: To be determined (Last offered on December 4 and 5, 2019)
LOCATION: Calgary, Canada
This two-day course is aimed at individuals involved in the sour gas/elemental sulfur production and processing industry. No detailed chemical knowledge is required but an appropriate background in related technical fields will be helpful to participants. Units 3 and 4 will be of interest to those involved in sulfur marketing and transportation.
CHEMISTRY FUNDAMENTALS ASSOCITED WITH SOUR GAS PRODUCTION AND SULFUR DEPOSITION
This two-day course is intended to instruct technologists, scientists, engineers and non-technical personnel about the basic principles of sour gas production chemistry and in particular, how they relate to elemental sulfur, sulfur compounds, and their effect on fouling and corrosion. It is also intended to provide a forum for presentation of experiences and discussions concerning existing practices and new developments.
VENUE: Various locations; this course can be tailored to specific Client's needs.
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