oil and gas production handbook

Author(s) Havard Devold
Publisher ABB
Date 2006
Pages 84
Format pdf
Size 5 Mb







The content of this perfect and remarkably useful handbook has originally been compiled with the ultimate intention of the author to provide the readers having the interest in the hydrocarbon production industry with a comprehensive but easily accessible technical overview of the main processes involves and equipments used within the industry, The publication contains clear explanations of the discovery and extraction of the oil and gas today.

A huge number of the images and drawings, data charts and graphs included by the author are bringing quite technical topic of production of oil and gas to life and make it much easier for the readers to understand. The volume is providing a valuable overview of the pipelines. The content will be appreciated by the people willing to familiarize themselves with the basics of the oil production as it is covering literally all important aspects, addressing oil production both offshore and on land.

The book has been written in a very simple language and may definitely serve as a quick reference book or for the self-study. Again, it will definitely meet all needs of the persons looking for the basic information on oil production since the way of explanation used by the author will let the content be easily understood even by the newcomers to the industry. The professionals, in turn, may use this volume to refresh their knowledge.

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