OPERATION, DIAGNOSTICS & MAINTENANCE OF EQUIPMENT FOR OIL & GAS PRODUCTION

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Oil & Gas Technology
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  • 10 week duration
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Course Objective

  • Apply the requirements of the relevant industry standards and practices
  • Understand the design and construction of rotating equipment
  • Understand the design and construction of pressure vessels, piping systems, and above-ground atmospheric storage tanks
  • Develop rotating and static plant into complete systems
  • Develop an understanding of codes, standards, and Recommended Practices in process plant equipment and piping system design, construction and maintenance
  • Enable the good management of plant systems

Target Audience

  • Engineers
  • Operations Engineers
  • Maintenance Engineers
  • Engineering Supervisors and Team Leaders to give them a practical understanding of real world situations in an oil and gas production environment

 

Course Outline

DAY 1: ROTATING EQUIPMENT

  • Pumps & Compressors
  • Positive displacement
  • Centrifugal action
  • Pump & Compressor Performance
  • Pump curves
  • Compressor maps
  • System curves
  • Selection & Specification
  • Fulfilling process requirements
  • System integration

DAY 2: STATIC PLANT

  • Piping, Pipelines & Pressure Vessels
  • ASME B31 codes for piping
  • ASME BPVC VIII for pressure vessels
  • Pressure relieving devices
  • Above Ground Storage Tanks
  • API 650 for ASTs
  • AST construction
  • General Construction Considerations
  • Fabrication techniques
  • Resource logistics
  • Working with contractors

DAY 3: MATERIALS & CONSTRUCTION

  • Material Properties
  • Physical properties
  • Testing
  • Material specification data
  • Welding
  • Techniques
  • Qualification & procedures
  • Approval & quality
  • Inspection & Testing
  • NDE techniques: VT, PT, ET, MP, RT, UT
  • NDT techniques: hydrotest & pneumatic test

DAY 4: SYSTEM DESIGN

  • Process Flow Schemes & Process Engineering Flow Schemes
  • Overview
  • DEP requirements
  • Process design & instrumentation
  • Commissioning
  • Preparatory checks
  • Protocol development
  • Startup/Shutdown/Handover
  • Plant & Equipment Operability
  • Operations consideration
  • Maintenance considerations

DAY 5: SPECIFICATIONS

  • Procurement Requirements
  • Material & Performance specifications
  • Supporting Standards: regulatory & in-house
  • Project schedule
  • Measure the Success
  • KPIs for the mechanical engineer
  • Bench marking
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