Nimir Elbashir, professor of petroleum and chemical engineering and chair of petroleum engineering at Texas A&M University at Qatar and director of the Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station Gas and Fuels Research Center (GFRC), is co-editor of a new book, “Natural Gas Processing from Midstream to Downstream,” published by Wiley. The book is authored by Elbashir in collaboration with colleagues Mahmoud El-Halwagi, managing director of the GFRC, Ioannis Economou, co-director of the GFRC, and Kenneth R. Hall, chemical engineering professor emeritus at Texas A&M University. Significant participation was received from colleagues from Texas A&M University and other institutions.
This comprehensive review of the current status and challenges facing the midstream natural gas and shale gas production, treatment and monetization technologies, provides an international perspective of the advancement of natural gas treatments. “Natural Gas Processing from Midstream to Downstream” has the potential to benefit the shale gas monetization and conventional natural gas processing fields.
Wiley has recently sold translation rights of Elbashir’s new book to be published, by February 2020, in both Russian and Kazakh languages. These translations will be published in print format by Delta Consulting Group LLP, Kazakhstan. Due to the recent growth of the natural gas processing industry in these areas, there is a greater demand for this book.
“Natural Gas Processing from Midstream to Downstream” is the second contribution of TEES Gas & Fuels Research Center in the area of natural energy and gas production, handling, and processing. The book is also one of three published books written by Elbashir. His other two books are titled, “The Water-Food-Energy Nexus: Processes, Technologies, and Challenges” and “Fundamentals and Design of Supercritical Fluids Fischer Tropsch.”
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About TEES Gas and Fuels Research Center
The GFRC is a multidisciplinary research center that is led by Texas A&M University at Qatar and involves 22 professors from the Qatar campus and Texas A&M University’s main campus in College Station. The center draws on experience from different engineering programs including chemical engineering, petroleum engineering, material engineering and mechanical engineering.