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Bulk Liquid Storage Tank Management

26th July 2016



This two days course will provide an intensive look at the factors influencing the performance and lifecycle of AST’s by doing a work-through of the fundamentals of AST design according to API 650. The importance of an accurate and comprehensive Inspection cannot be underestimated. This course will also show on how to use the application of NDT to assess Suitability for Service and the creation of a Repair Plan with worked examples.


Who Should Attend

This training is ideal for Managers and Engineers involved in:

  • Corrosion Control
  • Health, Safety and Environment
  • Inspection
  • Loss Prevention
  • Operations and Maintenance
  • Technical and Mechanical
  • Plant
  • Production and Process
  • Project Planning
  • Tank Design
  • Tank Farm
  • Tank Repair
  • Terminal Operations

This course is also ideal for personnel involved in the operation and maintenance of storage tanks in these industries:

  • Chemical and Petrochemical
  • Oil and Gas
  • Refineries
  • LNG Terminals
  • Power

Key Learning Objectives

  • Appreciate the fundamentals of Atmospheric Storage Tanks (AST) design
  • Be Aware of innovative technologies designed to reduce / eliminate man-entry into the confined space
  • Understand how to dramatically reduce the time required to prepare your AST for inspection and repair
  • Consider the application of Non-Destructive Examination to assess the condition of your AST in both the on-stream and off-stream situation
  • Address the decisions to be made when optimising your in-service storage life-cycle against the Repair Plan
  • Evaluate the scope of mechanical repairs to foundation, tank bottom, tank shell and roof
  • Compare the value of upgrading your AST during the maintenance project.
  • Learn how it is possible to recover the valuable element of tank residues thereby reducing the volume / cost of off-site waste disposal and         benefiting from the value of recovery


26th July 2016


United Arab Emirates
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