Oil & Gas Engineering Guide (The) - Second edition

ISBN9782710811510 EditorÉditions Technip pages270 Published2015-03-01
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This book provides the reader with:

• a comprehensive description of engineering activities carried out on oil & gas projects,
• a description of the work of each engineering discipline, including illustrations of all common documents,
• an overall view of the plant design sequence and schedule,
• practical tools to manage and control engineering activities.


This book is designed to serve as a map to anyone involved with engineering activities.
It enables the reader to get immediately oriented in any engineering development, to know which are the critical areas to monitor and the proven methods to apply.
It will fulfill the needs of anyone wishing to improve engineering and project execution.
BARON Hervé

The author began his professional career with an international oil company. Starting out with an interest in the operation of oil & gas facilities, his technical curiosity about their design saw him move to engineering contractors to become expert in this area.
As engineering manager of large turn-key projects, he gained the insight on engineering and amassed the knowledge presented in this work.
Hervé Baron is a graduate engineer from IFP School and France's Ecole Polytechnique.
1. Project Engineering. 2. The Design Basis. 3. Process. 4. Equipment/Mechanical. 5. Plant Layout. 6. Safety & Environment. 7. Civil Engineering. 8. Materials & Corrosion. 9. Piping. 10. Plant Model. 11. Instrumentation and Control. 12. Electrical. 13. Off-Shore. 14. The Overall Work Process. 15. BASIC, FEED and Detail Design. 16. Matching the Project Schedule. 17. Engineering Management. 18. Methods & Tools. 19. Field Engineering. 20. Revamping.