SAGD PWD06 IGF

Induced Gas Flotation

SAGD Oil Sands Online Training

Process Education
for Canadian Oil & Gas Workers

Anyone thinking of working in western Canada’s Oil Sands regions should look at Contendo’s SAGD Oil Sands Online Oil & Gas Process Education.

PURPOSE

The purpose of this chapter is to describe the principles of Induced Gas Flotation.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

State why Natural Gas is the typical choice for induction in SAGD applications, Describe the basic Induced Gas Flotation process. Describe how bubble size and oil droplet size influence separation efficiency, State the 2 common types of gas induction methods, And, State the main the difference between Mechanical and Hydraulic IGF. 

Induced Gas Floatation: SAGD Oil Sands Online Training is part of the Produced Water De-Oiling chapter of the SAGD Oil Sands Online Training Course.

PRODUCED WATER DE-OILING: SAGD OIL SANDS ONLINE TRAINING

In the SAGD Oil Sands Online Training Produced Water De-oiling Course, you will learn how water recovered from the SAGD emulsions is processed to remove oil and solids, how precipitation softening is performed, and how the produced water is deaerated in preparation for use as facility Boiler Feed Water.

ABOUT THE SAGD OIL SANDS ONLINE TRAINING COURSE

The SAGD Oil Sands Online Training Course is a fully animated, universally accessible online training program that provides its students with an in depth understanding of one of the Oil Sands most popular and most nuanced method of bitumen recovery. With a curriculum written by experienced industry experts and accurate visualizations and animated chapters, you will be able to function in this challenging and growing method of Oil Sands Production.