Natural Gas: Operations and Transport is the second volume in a series of textbooks following Natural Gas: Exploration and Properties (first volume).
This series is continued with Natural Gas: Customers and Consuming Industries (third volume) and Natural Gas: Economics and Environment (fourth volume). The aim of this series is to provide a student with the basic tools required when following the flow of gas from the reservoir to the burner tip.
The first chapter of Natural Gas: Operations and Transport deals with the chemical composition of raw gas and the contaminants contained within. Subsequently a variety of methods for gas purification and processing are discussed. Natural gas compression and pipeline transport are addressed during the following sections of this text. Alternative means of transport in connection with natural gas liquefaction and LNG shipment are highlighted in the last chapter of this second volume.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Harald A. Osel has been employed with the integrated oil company OMV since 1991 and has worked for OMV as a member of the Branch Management in various countries including: Russia, Libya, United Kingdom, Vietnam, Austria, Pakistan, Tunisia, Yemen, United Arab Emirates and the Kurdistan Region of Iraq. He holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Vienna and post graduate diplomas in Natural Gas Management (issued by CPES – validated by the University of Oxford) as well as in Petroleum Engineering (issued by the Professional Petroleum Engineering Institute in Houston).
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