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|PM 133 - 01||05-01-2020||09-01-2020||5 Stars Hotel||Dubai||$ 4950||English||Register|
|PM 133 - 02||22-03-2020||26-03-2020||5 Stars Hotel||Kuala Lambur||$ 5450||English||Register|
|PM 133 - 03||20-09-2020||24-09-2020||5 Stars Hotel||London||$ 5950||English||Register|
|PM 133 - 04||22-11-2020||26-11-2020||5 Stars Hotel||Manama||$ 4950||English||Register|
Flow assurance is a relatively new term in oil and gas industry. It refers to ensuring successful and economical flow of hydrocarbon stream from reservoir to the point of sale. Flow assurance is most critical task during deep water energy production because of the high pressures and low temperature involved. The financial loss from production interruption or asset damage due to flow assurance mishap can be astronomical. What compounds the flow assurance task even further is that these solid deposits can interact with each other and can cause catastrophic blockage formation in pipelines and result in flow assurance failure.
This course will provide an understanding of flow phenomena that can help the participant avoid problems such as hydrate formation, pressure (surge) waves, or high viscosity liquid flow failure. This intensive, five-day intermediate level course addresses several critical problems in achieving pipeline flow assurance. The focus of this course is on potential challenges to pipeline operations including: surge, corrosion, hydrate formation, wax deposition, multiphase fluids, and slugging. The causes for these problems, design solutions, and operational responses will be an integral part of the course.
Technical professionals in the pipeline business including: project managers, pipeline engineers, facilities engineers, design engineers, and engineering contractors
By the end of this course delegates will be able to:
· Identify and applying fluid characteristics and behavior in the design and operations of pipeline systems
· Assess the physical behavior of the key flow assurance and integrity challenges: corrosion, hydrate formation, transient behavior, and wax deposition
· Evaluate mechanical integrity
· Evaluate the effectiveness of pigging operations and leak detection systems
· Define the roles and uses of SCADA systems in flow assurance