This course will present the latest defect assessment methods to pipeline engineers and managers. These methods will range from simple, quick assessment methods, to the more detailed “fitness for purpose” analysis.
The training session will be supported by three workshops and hands-on case studies taken directly from
the trainer’s experience.
This class will give a very comprehensive overview of the subsea production systems, which is an extremely important part of any oil and gas offshore development, including design, installation, control and operations, along with the deep dive to flow assurance and the latest developments in subsea systems technology such as subsea processing and subsea boosting.
This course is intended to reinforce the important aspects of reliability in order to achieve the maximum level, as well as obtaining an effective maintenance through best industrial practices.
Dr Clare Watt and Dr Steve Paterson provide this training and cover the latest industry knowledge, guidance and innovation in management, design, prediction, detection and monitoring.
Join the Wet Gas Flow Measurement online live training led by Dr. Hans R.E. van Maanen to understand the physical mechanisms of how liquids effect the gas flow rate measurement.
This practical course provides an in-depth understanding of polymorphic and multi-component systems.
This is a unique time. The old guard is retiring, and the tech-savvy new guard needs some background in maintenance management to maximize their effectiveness.
This course will guide the participants to develop key concepts and techniques for optimizing and designing pressure relieving and flaring systems.
This highly interactive course is designed to introduce operations and maintenance personnel to the maintenance procedures of the turbine support systems required to attain high levels of availability and reliability from the gas turbine.