The Petroleum Engineering Handbook has long been recognized as a valuable, comprehensive reference book that offers practical day-to-day applications for students and experienced engineering professionals alike. This new edition, the first since 1987, has been greatly expanded and consists of seven volumes. Editor-in-Chief: Larry W. Lake
Facilities engineering is a broad specialty embracing all of the classic engineering disciplines such as civil, chemical, mechanical, and electrical, as well as the broad science of project management. Gain a basic understanding of the equipment and systems used by facilities engineers, learn the relative advantages and disadvantages of particular alternatives for a specific set of conditions, and better understand common terminology.
Contents: Gas, oil, and water separation and treatment • Pumps • Compressors • Engines and turbines • Piping and pipelines • Safety systems • Instrumentation and metering • Electrical systems • Storage tanks • Offshore and subsea facilities • Project management