This course is designed to provide delegates with the know how in the assessment of operation and maintenance tasks and corrective techniques. It is designed to bridge the gap between commissioning to the actual operation and maintenance of pipeline systems, covering pipeline and facilities including metering, pumping, compressors as well as reliability assessments. The course will also provide a practical way to learn about the elements considered in the design, code, factors, legislation, material selection, corrosion (internal and external) considerations, and management. Hydrotesting, pigging (cleaning and smarts), pipeline integrity analysis using inspection survey, monitoring data, fitness for purpose, risk analysis, and predictive and preventative maintenance will also be covered
Who Should Attend
This course is designed for Pipeline Engineers, Operations and Maintenance Supervisors/Technician personnel, Surface Facility Design and Operation Engineers Production/Maintenance Managers, Health and Safety Advisors, Environmental Personnel and anyone else where Pipeline Operations and Maintenance interacts within their roles and responsibilities.
Key Learning Objectives
- Latest Legislation and World Class Best Practices
- An understanding of terminology within Measuring and Analysis
- Hydrotesting and Pigging operations
- Key procedure for the implementation of risk based Inspection (RBI) analysis
- Life Cycle Cost/Analysis
- Corrosion issues
- Predictive, Preventative and Condition Based Maintenance Strategies and when to apply them?