Master Class Group

Engineering, Procurement, Construction (EPC) Contracts Masterclass

MC01

Engineering, Procurement, Construction (EPC) Contracts Masterclass

Course objective

The 3-day workshop will provide delegates with a thorough understanding of EPC contracts which will assist them not only to identify and to address risks, during both the pre- and post-contract award stages, but also in administering and applying these contracts in order to reduce claims and disputes whilst also enhancing the possibility and probability of completing the works on time, within budget and to the required standard.

Course Content

• BUILD a solid understanding of pertinent legal issues • PROCURE and PREPARE construction contracts and their constituent parts • PRACTICAL understanding of the contractual processes and procedures • LEARN how to proceed with the preparation and submission of claims

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API 580/581: Risk Based Inspection

MC02

API 580/581: Risk Based Inspection

Course objective

It is reported that the refinery industry is experiencing increase of aging and failure rates with piping failures or leads and startup and shut-down events being one of the significant causes. Increased failures rates coupled with pressures in adhering regulatory and corporate compliance are pressurizing refining and petrochemicals industry to place stronger emphases on enhancing Risk Based Inspection (RBI) programme. The course includes a discussion on identification of API RP 571 damage mechanisms, risk management, and risk mitigation strategies. Requirements for input data and information, and the roles of the RBI Assessment Team will be described. Approaches to levels of RBI assessment and basis for implementation will be examined.

Course Content

• IDENTIFY the various repair practices of pipelines, piping vessels and tanks in refineries, gas, oil and petrochemical plants • PRACTICE the analysis of defects and degradation of equipment, piping and pipelines • PREDICT degradation in service and set optimum inspection intervals (API-580/581) • ESTIMATE the remaining life based on general data corrected for plant specific conditions • USE quantitative, qualitative and semi-qualitative analysis for degraded conditions to DETERMINE risk for continued service or should be repaired or replaced.

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