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Handbook of Natural Gas Transmission and Processing

Handbook of Natural Gas Transmission and Processing

Saeid Mokhatab | William A. Poe | James G. Speight


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Handbook of Natural Gas Transmission and Processing gives engineers and managers complete coverage of natural gas transmission and processing in the most rapidly growing sector to the petroleum industry. The authors provide a unique discussion of new technologies that are energy efficient and environmentally appealing at the same time. It is an invaluable reference on natural gas engineering and the latest techniques for all engineers and managers moving to natural gas processing as well as those currently working on natural gas projects.

  • Provides practicing engineers critical information on all aspects of gas gathering, processing and transmission
  • First book that treats multiphase flow transmission in great detail
  • Examines natural gas energy costs and pricing with the aim of delivering on the goals of efficiency, quality and profit

"We are entering into an economic cycle where natural gas is going to play the leading role as energy source than what it played in the past century. It has been called the Gas Economy. This book intends to educate in the areas of gas transmission and processing discussing new technology in these areas. I recommend that you consider this practical book for quick reference in your day-to-day business."
Jorge H. Foglietta, Director of Technology Development and Process Engineering, ABB Lummus Global Inc. – Randall Gas Technologies, USA
"This is an excellent document that combines all facets of engineering within the oil and gas business from source to supply. As well as supporting our engineering design industry this
work will offer a comprehensive education to our process engineers of the future."

Dr John H. Hargreaves, Chief Process Engineer,
KBR Production Services, Aberdeen, UK
"Natural gas is in the ascendant as a green fuel of the future. Gas usage will continue to increase worldwide in the coming years. In this regard it is fitting that technical books covering gas processing and transport will be required reading for technical specialists. This highly readable book contains a mine of information on gas transmission and processing. It is recommended for the layman and the technical specialist."
Dr. Satinder Purewal, Leader - Business and Leadership,Shell International Exploration and Production B.V., The Netherlands
"Natural gas will not only continue to be a significant part of the energy resource for many years to come, but its use will also be increasing. This book documents the latest technology in all areas of natural gas engineering. It is a useful book for every engineer, scientist, and researcher who has ever faced the challenge of investigating natural gas gathering, processing, and transport. I recommend it highly, as a reference and textbook."
Dr. Brian F. Towler, Head, Department of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering, University of Wyoming
"This book is a useful reference to have for producers, transporters, processors and commercial users. It covers all technical aspects of natural gas transmission and processing. I recommend that if you work in the natural gas area, you have this reference available."
Dr. James F. Lea, Kerr McGee Professor of Petroleum Engineering, University of Oklahoma
"This book covers subject areas missed by other books on natural gas engineering that have emphasized mainly the upstream aspects. The emergence of natural gas in a global market underscores the importance of transmission and processing, and I highly recommend this book as a technical resource."
Dr. Christine A. Ehlig-Economides, Professor, Albert E. Stevens Endowed Chair in Petroleum Engineering, Texas A&M University
"The ongoing emergence of natural gas as the premier fuel of the world economy makes this book eminently topical and useful to all professionals working along the natural gas chain from exploration and production to the midstream and downstream. It fills a considerable void."
Dr. Michael J. Economides, Professor of Chemical Engineering, University of Houston