Produced Water Treatment and Management

The purpose of this 3-day training course is to provide a detailed overview of produced water handling mechanisms and methods for its diagnosis, treatment, and prevention in oil & gas drilling environments. Individuals attending this seminar will leave with the holistic understanding of water management, reservoir requirements and discharge water quality monitoring.

Performance metrics – Low and High level KPIs

Integrity rocks: harnessing geological barriers

Inspection of Subsea Pipelines and Offshore Tubular Structures

The course will introduce the typical flaws and anomalies observed in offshore pipelines and associated structures. In-Line inspection tools, as well as external inspection technologies and the various physical principles they use, will be covered in depth. Strengths and weaknesses from an inspection perspective, as well as an operational perspective, will be discussed.

Crude Spill in a tank pit

Carbon Dioxide Intoxication

Variations in a sample

Modeling leaks through abandoned wells

Hydrogen Sulphide Explosion

Imploded Storage Tank