John M. Campbell & Company Courses Coming to Orlando

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Upcoming Orlando sessions will offer a wide variety of technical training topics for Facilities Engineers in the oil & gas industry.

John M. Campbell & Company is excited to announce a new suite of courses in Orlando, Florida starting October 10, 2011 and continuing until the end of the year. John M. Campbell & Company is a leading provider of technical training for Facilities Engineers in the Oil and Gas industry and offers a wide array of courses. Sessions taking place in Orlando will be covering topics such as Gas Conditioning and Processing™, Process Safety Engineering, Onshore Gas Gathering Systems, Fundamentals of Pump and Compressor Systems, Mechanical Design and Specification of Piping Systems, Separation Equipment-Selection and Sizing, Overview of Offshore Systems, Electrical Engineering Fundamentals for Facilities Engineers, Instrumentation and Controls Fundamentals for Facilities Engineers, and Optimization of Asset Availability using Reliability Engineering.    

“When I took the G-4 course, I had already been working for four years and had recently joined KCC Process Equipment Ltd as a Process Engineer. My work had a lot of focus on gas processing and the G-4 course underlined a lot of my knowledge and filled in many gaps”, said Jason Frost, Consultancy Manager, Offshore Design Engineering LTD., UK.

For more information about upcoming Orlando courses, or any other courses offered by John M. Campbell & Company, please visit

About John M. Campbell & Co.

John M. Campbell & Co., an employee-owned company, is the exclusive provider of PetroSkills facilities training. Since 1968 JMC has built their reputation on the G-4, Gas Conditioning and Processing course also known as “The Campbell Gas Course” ™. In addition to the G-4, Campbell offers over 40 courses that build broad knowledge facilities engineers. Called “one of the world’s largest and best-known oil and gas training companies” by the Oil & Gas Journal, John M. Campbell & Co. continues to offer world-class technical training to oil and gas facilities engineers.


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