The course aims to provide support personnel with no technical knowledge with a basic overview of the LNG industry. We believe it is vitally important that support personnel understand the language of LNG.
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Full payment for courses up to $1,500 must be made before the commencement of the course unless the Payment Plan option is selected. For courses that cost over $1,500, Site Skills Training will hold an initial deposit of $1,500. The balance of fees payable will be charged at a point in the course that is proportionate to the amount of the deposit paid, e.g. a 10-day course costing $3,000, the remaining $1,500 will be charged at the end of day 5 (upon completion of 50% of the course).
A Payment Plan option is available for this course, please visit the Payment Plans Page for more information.
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Upon Successful completion of Non Technical Overview: LNG, participants will receive a Statement of Completion.
As with all our courses we teach fundamentals enabling the delegate to understand the basic principles of operation, not theoretically as in a technical education, but practically from a real world operational point of view.
This course was designed to provide support staff with a working vocabulary to enhance their ability to support LNG operations. The course covers the issues associated with the industry, where and how LNG is found, how LNG is produced, the handling of the associated waste materials and what the future holds for energy production.
- History of LNG
- LNG Process Overviews