Tue, Mar 02|
2215 N Kansas Ave
Southwest Energy March Short Course
The SEI offers a range of technical sessions and provides hands-on training from industry experts. Register in one or more short-courses.
Time & Location
Mar 02, 2021, 9:00 AM – Mar 04, 2021, 4:00 PM
2215 N Kansas Ave, 2215 N Kansas Ave, Liberal, KS 67901, USA
About The Event
The Southwest Energy Institute has been offering training to the oil and gas industry for over 70 years. We hope you will join us for some great training opportunities this March. Technical Sessions include:
- CAT: Gas Engine Technology | March 2-4
- Principles of Trouble Shooting | March 4
Cat: Gas Engine Technology
March 2-4, 2021; 9 am to 4 pm; Presented by Ken Davis Responsible for the operation and maintenance of Cat Natural Gas Engines, or are you wanting a better understanding of gas engine technology? This course thoroughly covers designs, specifications, systems, and adjustments that are unique to the Caterpillar G3300, G3400, G3500, and G3600 engine families.
March 3, 2021; 1-5 pm; Presented by Mike Walker Valves are used every day for safety, isolation, and process control. This session will address types of valves; how to select the right valve; the common valves used in our industry and application; recommended maintenance and support for your valves. This will be an interactive class so be prepared to ask questions about specific valves and applications.
Principles of Trouble Shooting
March 4, 2021; 8 am to 5 pm; Presented by Elier Nunez This course is designed to teach technicians a logical approach to troubleshooting and solving problems using paths of influence.