May 2015, Vol 242, No. 5

Features

Process Modeling for Midstream Operations

Process principles governing the exploration, midstream and downstream operations in the oil and gas arena are by no means new. As with any process that has evolved through years of experiential knowledge, engineering took a backseat to first-hand experience. This is no longer the case in today’s midstream facilities. While the overall purpose of the industry has not changed, the process has been fine-tuned to suit shale type, more stringent product specifications and modified regulatory policies. The need to maximize profits and minimize incidents, along with increased public awareness and growing government influence among a myriad of other factors, have fo

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