Piping Engineering & Pipeline

Piping Design (Specification & Sizing)

PL1

Piping Design (Specification & Sizing)

Course objective

This course deals with the design, construction of both gas and liquid pipeline systems. An overview of pipeline industry is discussed. Participants will have acquire and/or consolidate the essential knowledge and skills to design and construct pipelines. This will allow them to contribute to cost effective, safe and sound-design of pipelines.

Course Content

– Pipeline Design – Design of Gas Pipelines – Design of Liquid Pipelines – Design of two-Phase Pipelines – Construction of P/L – Common features of P/L Construction – Construction of Land Pipeline. – Construction of Offshore Pipeline.

Who Should Attend

Managers, engineers, operators, supervisors, inspectors, equipment suppliers, or those who wish to be familiar with pipeline systems

Duration

Pipeline Construction

PL2

Pipeline Construction

Course objective

This course has been designed to help the pipeline worker know how to respond to worksite e construction activities in safe manner. by taking the participants through the entire pipeline construction process. This course will help them: Build skills to recognize hazards, Learn how to assess and control hazards, Learn to operate equipment safely, Learn how to respond to emergencies

Course Content

– Introduction to Construction – Welding Overview – Construction of P/L – Common features of P/L Construction – Construction of Land Pipeline. – Construction of Offshore Pipeline

Who Should Attend

Managers, engineers, operators, supervisors, inspectors, equipment suppliers, or those who wish to be familiar with pipeline systems

Duration

Pipeline Integrity Management

PL3

Pipeline Integrity Management

Course objective

The course provides comprehensive, up-to-date coverage of the various aspects of time-dependent deterioration threats to liquid and gas pipeline systems. Develop strategies to pig non-piggable pipelines by exploring critical success factors for Intelligent Pigging (IP) and the issues related to inspection, repair and upgrading of pipelines Understand effective techniques to predict, control, monitor and reduce corrosion.

Course Content

– Total Integrity Management Concept – WORKSHOP: Inspection Reports – Fault Assessment & Fault Repair – WORKSHOP Assessment tools and assessment procedures Application – Cathodic Protection Systems – WORKSHOP Sample of the test points and procedures of – SCADA and Networks Planning and Analysis Systems – SITE VISIT Gasco SCADA center

Who Should Attend

Technical personnel who are responsible for plant mechanical integrity and reliability. Technicians and Supervisory Staff who are responsible for inspection, maintenance, assessment and mitigation of plant infrastructure. Managers, Engineers, Technicians and Supervisory Staff who are involved in oil and gas production/ process operations.

Duration

Offshore Deepwater Development and Subsea Installation

PL5

Offshore Deepwater Development and Subsea Installation

Course objective

The course is designed for the oil & gas companies that own offshore concessions to help their engineers to get oriented will the stages of offshore deep & shallow water field developments, beginning will exploration up to processing, storage, export and distribution networks. During these courses the engineers will learn about the components, method of construction and tools for offshore fields.

Course Content

• Economics. • Development Scenarios screening and selecting best options. • Tendering & Type of Contracts. • Project management team. • Project life cycle. • Shallow and deep water production facilities • Offshore Construction Units & Tools for Deep & Shallow

Who Should Attend

• Field Development Engineers • Naval and Subsea Engineers • Managers of Offshore Projects • Drilling Engineers wishing to extend their knowledge base • HSE & Installation Managers

Duration

Pipeline Inspection, Maintenance, Repair

PL6

Pipeline Inspection, Maintenance, Repair

Course objective

• Pipeline & Piping systems are like arteries and veins. They carry the lifeblood of modern civilization. Piping is a major expenditure in the design and construction of industrial, refinery, petrochemical, or power-generating plants when one considers engineering costs, material costs, and fabrication and field labor costs. • This course deals with the maintenance and repair of pipeline systems. Participants are intended to acquire and/or consolidate the essential knowledge and skills to design, maintain and repair pipelines.

Course Content

– Pipeline & Piping Components – Piping Materials – Pipeline & Piping Codes and Standards – Pipeline Maintenance – Pipeline Repair

Who Should Attend

– Pipeline and piping engineering and design personnel – Engineers, designers, operators and draftspersons in the piping field.

Duration

Pigging and Smart Pigging

PL7

Pigging and Smart Pigging

Course objective

This course helps pipeline engineers and operators in choosing the right technology for pipeline cleaning and inspection, as each technology has strengths and weaknesses; a careful review is required before technology selection is made. Pipeline operators employ in-line inspection services to: • Determine the need for preventive maintenance or pipeline reconditioning. • Determine rates of corrosion and evaluate cathodic protection programs. • Perform an after-the-fact inspection following a leak or rapture. • Assist in evaluating a pipeline for a proposed pressure, product, or medium change. • Aid in determining the value of a pipeline being considered for acquisition. • Locate pipeline features and non-corrosion defects such as hard spots, casing, taps, stopples, etc.

Course Content

• Principles of liquid flow through pipelines • Art of pigging. • Range of intelligent in-line inspection tools. • Principle and operation of ultrasonic pipeline inspection equipment. • Principle and operation of magnetic flux leakage pipeline inspection equipment. • Comparison of methods, ultrasonic and magnetic flux leakage. • Principle and operation of electronic Geometry tools. • Final report interpretation.

Who Should Attend

Supervisors, Engineers and pipeline operators responsible for pipeline operation and integrity.

Duration

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