Course Description

In this course, you'll learn to describe the two main refrigeration processes used in the natural gas industry. This includes understanding external processes such as propane refrigeration systems used for the extraction of liquid petroleum gases (propane and butane) from natural gas, and Cryogenic processes that create extremely low temperatures and are used for the production of natural gas liquids in deep-cut facilities. You'll gain new knowledge about the different operations and the safety considerations for cold processes.

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Learner Outcomes

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:

  • describe refrigeration processes
  • describe external refrigeration processes
  • describe cryogenic refrigeration processes.


This program was made possible by funding from the Government of Alberta.
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Section Title
Gas Processes and Facilities - Fluids - Refrigeration
Internet Paced - Online Asynchronous
Jul 08, 2024 to Jul 28, 2024
Contact Hours
Delivery Options
Course Fee(s)
Tuition Fee non-credit $145.00
Required Software
Internet Access
Reading List / Textbook

Course Materials:

All required course materials are included in tuition fees.

Section Notes
There are no prerequisites for this course. 
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