|Short code||Starting date||Duration||Venue||Price|
|LTP 405||26/08/2019||4 Days|
|LTP 405||09/09/2019||4 Days|
|LTP 405||14/10/2019||4 Days|
|LTP 405||11/11/2019||4 Days|
|LTP 405||09/12/2019||4 Days|
The annual losses due to corrosion and the cost of rectification run to several billion dollars in oil & gas exploration industries around the world. High production under aggressive and extreme operational conditions necessitates the development of new materials which also have peculiar failure behaviors. Thus the industry operators are on continuous perusal with different corrosion management strategies. Yet unforeseen failures of top-side, sub-surface and sub-sea infrastructure due to corrosion not only entails in loss of production but the loss of life as well. Prediction of failure behaviors, remaining useful life, corrosion preventive measures are all approaches to corrosion management for a safe and economic operation of production wells and other facilities. The Successful corrosion management influences the economic outcome of the company by ensuring cost-effective selection of materials, chemical treatments, coatings, cathodic protection systems and appropriate designs.
A good understanding of both is essential to troubleshoot operational problems, optimize boiler plant operations, and evaluate competitive bids for chemical water treatment. There are regulatory, health and safety and environmental factors that play a role in selecting the best chemical treatment for the boiler. With applicability to most types of boilers, this course is practically oriented but grounded on solid theoretical foundations of boiler cycle chemistry and industrial water chemistry.
This course is designed for engineers and operators engaged in oil and gas exploration industry requiring an understanding of corrosion fundamentals: the causes and control of corrosion in oil and gas production and processing. This course will provide an overview of what corrosion is and what the major corrosion issues are in upstream oil and gas operations. The focus will be on understanding how materials corrode, what techniques are used to monitor corrosion and some basic corrosion control fundamentals. The participants will be introduced to inhibitors and how they work, corrosion monitoring in field applications and cathodic protection. The course content is presented from a practical production operations viewpoint and provides participants with the basic skills and understanding to control and solve corrosion issues.
In addition to, after participating in this seminar you will be able to:
Oil & Gas Production Fluid
Corrosion Prevention & Control Measures
Cathodic Protection (CPS) Systems
Barrier Film (Coatings and Lining)
Corrosion Management Strategy (CMS)
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