October 21, 2014 CE – Oil Refining

Professional Development Evening Lectures

Please join us for the second lecture in the 2014/2015 Continuing Education Series.

Oil Refining Technologies

Speaker: Doug Kriebel, PE

Tuesday, October 21, 2014
5.00pm Networking & Buffet Dinner
5.30pm Lecture
6.15pm Q & A
6.30pm Adjourn

3rd Floor, Three Tower Bridge
2 Ash Street
Conshohocken, PA 19428

Price: Non Members $35, DVS Members $30, Students $15
Dinner will be included with registration.

Event Description: One of the fastest growing Industrial Sectors is Oil and Gas. This talk explains what a refinery does, and explains the major units, processes and equipment. Even if you are not currently involved in the O&G business, it’s an interesting topic for any engineer.

Course Objective – Attendees will learn:

  • How a refinery works.
  • Key objectives of a refinery
  • Challenges facing refining

Speaker: Douglas Kriebel is a Principal at Kriebel Engineered Equipment, Ltd., which he founded in 1989.  He has a BS Chemical Engineering from Michigan Tech. His previous work experience includes the Philadelphia Electric Company and Ingersoll-Rand Company. Doug is a Professional Engineer; a Fellow of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers; on the board of directors AIChE-DVS; charter member of the Chemical Consultants Network; and a member of ISPE. He has authored technical papers and has lectured on pumps, pumping systems, Air Pollution Control Systems, Steam Power Plants, and other process equipment related topics. He is the 2011 Delaware Valley Engineer of the Year.

Credit: 1 PDH

Registration: Register online by clicking on the link below.

This event may be recorded, and slides made available for a nominal fee. Please contact Bob.Moser@jacobs.com for details

Webex option available. Please contact Laura-Ann.Chin@jacobs.com for further details (Webex & Call In number will be given).