SPE Online Education
Liquid Entrainment in Gas
Includes a Live Event on 03/20/2019 at 9:30 AM (EDT)
Liquid entrainment in gas has been studied for decades particularly with respect to impact of liquid load on separation vessels; yet there are still gaps in our understanding and predictive capabilities specially at field-like conditions. This presentation will go over some of the challenges and efforts being made to close those gaps along with suggestions for future work.
Dr. Ivan Mantilla
Senior Process/Facilities Engineer, Chevron Energy Technology Co.
Dr. Mantilla's areas of expertise include multiphase flow in pipes, liquid in gas entrainment experiments and modeling, wet gas flow modeling, multiphase flow conditioning, fluid separation and produced water treatment. He received his Ph.D and M.Sc. degrees in Petroleum Engineering from The University of Tulsa and his Bachelor’s degree in petroleum engineering from “Universidad Industrial de Santander,” Colombia. Before joining Chevron in 2008, he worked for the Colombian National Oil Company (Ecopetrol) in optimization, expansion, design, construction and operation of surface facilities for oil and gas fields from 1990 to 2004.
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