Laurence Reid Gas 70th Conditioning Conference



February 24-27, 2020, University of Oklahoma - Norman, Oklahoma

The Laurance Reid Gas Conditioning Conference (LRGCC) has been presented by the University of Oklahoma since 1951. The LRGCC has gained a worldwide reputation as the principal forum for new ideas, developments, and operations for preparing and purifying natural gases and other fuels for market.

The LRGCC is a crucial conference for all professionals involved in the gas processing, gas conditioning, and gas sweetening industries. The materials presented provide information on technological advances, case studies, theoretical breakthroughs, and current research in the field. 

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Typical Subjects Covered at the Conference Include

  • Gas Conditioning Fundamentals
  • CO2 and H2S removal Technologies
  • Amine Sweetening
  • Tail Gas Cleanup
  • Sulfur Recovery Units
  • Dehydration
  • Gas Plant Design Best Practices
  • Corrosion
  • Troubleshooting and startup case studies
  • Introduction of new technologies


Bud Warren

OU Extended Campus is saddened to share the news that Gordon L. “Bud” Warren died March 31. A graduate of Texas Tech University, Warren proudly served on the advisory committee for the Laurance Reid Gas Conditioning Conference. Throughout his career, he worked for the Elliot Company, the Ortloff Corporation, and finally Coastal Chemical Company where he was employed for 34 years. Warren was known as a legend in the gas processing industry. He contributed many published technical papers for the industry and held several patents. He was a member of the National Society of Professional Engineers, Texas Society of Professional Engineers, American Institute of Chemical Engineers, and the Gas Processors Association. He also was a registered Professional Engineer of Texas.