Uploaded by Shilla Widianto

Subsea Inpection - PetroEdge

advertisement
INTRODUCTION TO SUBSEA
INSPECTION,
MAINTENANCE & REPAIR
Conducted by your Expert Course Director
With 34 years of experience in BP, Amoco and Applus-Velosi around the world, your course leader is a Ph.D. qualified Metallurgical
Engineer with advanced expertise in asset integrity management of Oil & Gas production facilities.
INTRODUCTION TO SUBSEA INSPECTION, MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
Course Description
This 3-day course provides an introduction to Subsea Inspection, Maintenance and Repair (IMR) as it is practiced in the offshore oil &
gas industry. It will include IMR fundamentals, planning and implementation.
The Course Attendees Will Learn The Importance Of:
• Subsea structural, pipeline and export system
purposes and general layouts.
• Subsea threats, including mechanical, marine and
corrosion.
• Corrosion fundamentals and protection schemes.
• Inspection purposes and deployment methods.
• Subsea anomaly logging, sorting, processing and
evaluation.
•
•
•
•
The Learning Objectives From This Course Include
Understanding:
• The business objectives of Subsea IMR and importance in
incident prevention and production reliability.
Maintenance and repairs such as clamps,
replacements, welding and others.
Subsea execution techniques including sonar, ROVs,
diving, spreads and deployment vessels.
Contract tendering and performance management.
Other issues including splash zones, shore approaches
and deepwater considerations.
•
Inspection finding processing,
evaluation and follow-up planning.
fitness-for-service
•
•
General subsea maintenance and repair activities.
Mechanisms of subsea deterioration and their detection
/ measurement.
•
•
Subsea IMR execution options including safety, efficiency
and cost considerations.
Corrosion fundamentals
protection.
•
Contracting methods and contractor management.
•
Special issues of concern.
and
subsea
equipment
Course Schedule / Content:
Time
8:30 – 10:00
10:00 –
10:30
10:30 –
12:30
12:30 –
13:30
13:30 –
15:00
15:00 –
15:30
15:30 –
17:00
Day
1
Day
2
Subsea Inspections (cont.)
•
ACFM
•
Others
Exercise: Inspection Methods
Subsea Anomalies
•
Anomaly Logging / Reporting
•
Structures
Day
3
Subsea Repairs (cont.)
•
Debris
•
Crossings
•
Free-Spans / Scours
•
CP Retrofits
Introduction
•
Setting the Scene
•
Subsea Equipment Criticality
•
Subsea
Failures Subsea
IMR
•
Benefits
•
Difficulties
Break
Break
Break
Subsea Systems Overview
•
Types of Structures
•
Pipelines / Risers
•
Export Systems
•
Deepwater Systems
•
Others
Exercise: Reliability / Cost Estimating
Lunch
Subsea Anomalies (cont.)
•
Pipelines / Risers
•
Export
Anomaly Processing / Evaluation
•
Structures
•
Pipelines / Risers / Export
Exercise: Pipeline Defect Assessment
Lunch
Subsea Execution
•
Sonar Spreads
•
ROVs
•
Divers
•
Vessels / Barges
•
Anchoring vs. DP
Exercise: Execution Options
Lunch
Subsea Threats
Subsea Maintenance
•
Structures
•
Structures
•
Pipelines / Risers / Export
•
Pipelines / Risers
•
Corrosion
•
Export
•
Corrosion Protection / Mitigation
•
Others
Exercise: Hazard / Risk Assessments
Break
Break
Subsea Inspections
•
Visual / Camera
•
Sonar / Metrology
•
Cathodic Protection
•
Flooded Members
Subsea Repairs
•
Clamps
•
Replacements
•
Surface Cutting / Welding
•
Hyperbaric Cutting / Welding
Subsea Contracting
•
Scope of Work Definition
•
Contract Types
•
Contract Sharing
•
Safety Management
•
Performance Management
Break
Other Issues
•
Shore Approaches
•
SplashZones Course
Wrap-Up
Who Will Benefit From Attending This Course?
Newly job entrants to moderately experienced engineers involved with offshore and marine operations, with the exception of those
doing reservoir or subsurface engineering. Technicians in a supervisory role as well as front-line operation supervisors. Staff may be
involved in: Operations; Maintenance; Production / Drilling Engineering; Pipeline Operations and Engineering; Operations Engineering;
Safety Engineering and Quality Control/Assurance
Conduct this training course in-house for more effective savings!
Call us at +65 6741 9927 or email to [email protected] For more information, visit us at
www.petroedgeasia.net
INTRODUCTION TO SUBSEA INSPECTION, MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
WELCOME & INTRODUCTION
 Setting the scene – Criticality of Subsea Equipment
 Sometimes things can go wrong
 Course objectives
 Introductions
- Name & Company
- Expectations – What you want to learn
 Logistics & Ground-Rules
 Course outline
INSPECTION, MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR (IMR)
 Why IMR of Subsea Facilities?
 What are the benefits?
 What are the difficulties?
SUBSEA SYSTEMS OVERVIEW
 Types of Structures
 Pipelines
 Risers
 Export Systems
 Deepwater Systems
 Others
SUBSEA THREATS
 Structures
- Mechanical
- Corrosion
- Metocean / Weather
- 3rd Party
- Others
 Pipeline / Risers / Export
- Mechanical
- Corrosion
- Geotechnical
- 3rd Party
- Others
 Corrosion
- Fundamentals
- External Corrosion
 Internal Corrosion
 Corrosion Protection
-
Coatings
Cathodic Protection
Chemical Treatments
Other treatments
SUBSEA INSPECTIONS
 Purposes
 Methods
-
Visual- Still Camera / Video
Sonar / Metrology
Cathodic Protection
Flooded Members
Alternating Current Field Measurement (Acfm)
- Others – Ut, Dye Penetrant, Etc.
3-DAY COURSE OUTLINE
SUBSEA ANOMALIES
 Anomaly Logging – Reporting Parameters
 Structures
-
Marine Growth
Anode Wastage
Cathodic Protection
Corrosion
-
Mechanical
Cracks
Flooded Members
Others
-
Mechanical
Free-spans
Crossing
Others
 Pipelines / Risers / Export
-
Marine Growth
Anode Wastage
Cathodic Protection
Corrosion
ANOMALY PROCESSING / EVALUATION
 Structures
-
Marine Growth
Anode Wastage
Cathodic Protection
Corrosion
- Cracks / Dents / Kinks
- Flooded Members
- Others
 Pipelines / Risers / Export
-
- Marine Growth
- Anode Wastage
- Cathodic Protection
- Corrosion
Mechanical
Free-spans / Scours
Crossing
Others
SUBSEA MAINTENANCE
 Structures / Pipelines / Risers / Export
- Debris removal
- Marine Growth removal
- Riser Clamps
- Others
SUBSEA REPAIRS
- Clamps
- Replacements
- Cutting / Welding-Surface
and Hyperbaric
- Free-spans / Scours
- Cathodic Protection retrofit
SUBSEA EXECUTION
 Sonar Spreads
 ROVs
 Divers
- Scuba
- Air
- Saturation
 Vessels, Barges, etc
- Anchored
- Dynamically positioned
CONTRACTING
 Scope of Work Definition
 Contract Types
 Safety Management
 Performance Management
OTHER ISSUES
 Shore approaches
 Splash zones
CLASS & INSTRUCTOR EVALUATION COURSE WRAP-UP
 Have expectations been met?
 Have what you wanted to learn been covered?
 What will you do differently?
INTRODUCTION TO SUBSEA INSPECTION, MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
About your Expert Course Director:
Your course leader is a Ph.D. Metallurgical Engineer with advanced expertise in asset integrity management of oil & gas
production facilities, corrosion control, materials selection, chemical treatments, pipeline pigging, inspections, fitness-forservice evaluations, failure analysis and related consulting. He has 30 years of experience working for BP in Asia and South
America, Amoco in the US and four years with Applus-Velosi in Southeast Asia.
Practical Work Experience:
Senior Integrity Management Specialist, Applus-Velosi
AIM consultant with focus on Southeast Asia operations and clients. Direct technical interface with clients on Velosi services.
Technical consultant for ongoing regional contracts and lead roles as auditor, instructor or facilitator. Main clients have
included BP and Vico Indonesia, Pertamina Offshore Northwest Java and West Madura Offshore (Indonesia), NCSP
(Vietnam), ADCO-OPCO (Abu Dhabi), Thang Long (Vietnam), Exxon-Mobil (Malaysia) and Mubadala Petroleum (Indonesia).
Integrity Management Technical Authority, BP Asia Pacific, Jakarta
Senior technical advisor for integrity management (IM) strategies and implementation tactics for BP’s upstream and
midstream operations and interests in Indonesia (West Java, Tangguh, VICO), Vietnam, China and Australia.
Integrity & Engineering Support Manager, BP West Java, Jakarta
Integrity and Engineering Manager for BP’s massive West Java operations, including 218 marine structures, 375 pipelines,
5 SPMs, 1 FSO, onshore receiving facilities, etc. Responsibilities include integrity management and engineering leadership
for a 150+ man onshore / 600+ offshore organisation executing annual scopes of US$ 85-95 million and 2.5-3.0 million manhours (including contractors). A majority of work is related to integrity management and maintenance.
Integrity Management Manager, BP Trinidad & Tobago (BPTT), Port of Spain, Trinidad & Tobago
Responsible for a US$50 MM plus, multi-year integrity upgrade program across all BPTT production facilities. Duties
included project definitions / financial justifications (including production impacts), management approvals / reporting,
scheduling / budget control and providing technical mentoring / project approvals for a 12-person core team.
Chemical & Corrosion Dept. Head, Gulf of Suez Petroleum Co. (GUPCO), Ras Shukheir, Egypt
Responsible for all aspects of integrity management and department engineering supervision for GUPCO’s massive
300,000 BOPD Gulf of Suez (GOS) operations. These included 100 offshore platforms, 381 pipelines and 4 main
processing/ water flood plants.
Field Development Co-ordinator, Amoco Norway Oil Company, Stavanger, Norway
Special Projects Team (self-directed) engineer, reporting directly to Resource Manager.
Senior Staff Facilities Engineer Amoco Norway Oil Company. Stavanger, Norway
Facilities Engineering Team member providing project management and operations support
Conduct this training course in-house for more effective savings!
Call us at +65 6741 9927 or email to [email protected] For more information, visit us at
www.petroedgeasia.net
petroEDGE® delivers energy industry skills-based training courses in major cities around Asia, catering for every stage of your
organisation’s development path. Since our inception, we have provided wide range of management development training, business
strategy and technical skills training courses to over 100 leading international corporations and government establishments.
Our growing client profile:
Almansoori Wireline Services (Thailand)
Arabian Bridge Company for Oil Services
Asetanian Marine Pte
Bangladesh Oil, Gas & Mineral Corp
Bergen Group ASA
BG Exploration and Production India
BJ Services Company Middle East
BP Exploration & Operating Vietnam
BP Exploration Operating Company
BP Indonesia / Singapore & Vietnam
Brunei LNG
Brunei Petroleum
Brunei Shell Petroleum Co
Cairn Energy India Pty
Carigali Hess Operating Co.
Carigali PTTEPI Operating Company
CGG Veritas (M)
Charnavon Petroleum
Chevron Asia South
Chevron Thailand E & P
CNOOC
Cuulong Joint Operating Company
Det Norske Veritas (DNV) As
Det Norske Veritas Pte
Dof Subsea Australia Pty
DPS Bristol (M)
Esso Malaysia Berhad
ExxonMobil E & P Malaysia Inc.
First Gas Power Corporation
Genting Oil & Gas
Geomechanics International
Greatwall Drilling Company
Halliburton Energy Services, Inc.
Hercules Tanjung Asia
Hess (Thailand) Limited
Hoang Long Hoan Vu JOC
Intisari Oildfield Service
Intra Oil & Services Bhd
Japan Vietnam Petroleum Compan
Kavin Engineering & Svcs Pte
Kebabangan Petroleum Operating Co.
KUFPEC Regional Ventures (Indonesia)
Lam Son JOC
Lion Rig Builder Pte
Lundin Malaysia B.V.
Maersk Drilling
Maersk Oil Qatar
Malakoff Corporation Berhad
Malaysia LNG
Malaysia Marine & Heavy Engineering
Malaysia-Thailand Joint Authority
Media Chinese International
Mid-Continent Equipment Group Pte
MISC Berhad
Mitsui Oil Exploration Co.
MMS (Insurance Brokers)
Murphy Oil Corporation
National Healthcare Group
Nations Petroleum (SE Asia)
Newfield Peninsula Malaysia Inc.
Nipon Oil Exploration (Malaysia)
Oceaneering International
Offshore Geo-Surveys
Optimal Chemicals (M)
Optimal Olefins (M)
PC Vietnam
PCPP Operating Company
Pearl Energy (Nam Conson)
PERMATA
Permata - PMTSB
Pertamina Learning Center
PetroEnergy Resources Corp.
Petrofac Malaysia Limited
Petroleum Insitute of Thailand
Petroleum Well Logging Co.
Petrolux
PETRONAS Holdings
PETRONAS Carigali
PETRONAS Carigali Vietnam Limited
Petronas Dagangan Berhad
PETRONAS Gas
PETRONAS Methanol (Labuan)
PETRONAS Penapisan (Melaka)
Petrousaha Engineering Services
Petrovietnam Drilling & Well Services
Powertium Marine
Premier Oil Indonesia
PT Halliburton Indonesia
PT Medco E&P Indonesia
PT Pertamina (Persero) Head Office
PT Perusahaan Gas Negara
PT PLN (Persero) Kantor Pusat
PTT Exploration & Production
PTTEP International Limited
PTTEP Iran Company Limited
PTTEP Oman Company
PVD Offshore Services Co.
Ranhill Engineers & Constructors
Rhodia Asia Pacific Pte
Repsol
Royal Norwegian Embassy
Sabah Shell Petroleum Co
Sapura Energy
Sapuracrest Petroleum Berhad
Sarawak Shell Berhad
Saudi Arabian Oil Company
Saudi Basic Industries Corp
Schlumberger Oilffield (S) Pte
Scomi Oiltools
Shell Eastern Petroleum
Shell MDS (Malaysia)
Shell Saudi
Sime Darby Plantation Sdn Bhd
Singapore Petroleum Co.
SN Aboitiz Power
S-Oil Corporation
Talisman Malaysia
Tately N.V.
Technip Geoproduction (M)
Teknik Janakuasa
Temasek Holdings Pte
Tenaga Nasional Berhad
Thang Long JOC
TL Offshore
Total (China) Investment Co. .
TOTAL E&P Indonesia
Trans Thai Malaysia
Transwater API
Tri-M Technologies (S)
Truong Son JOC
University New South Wales
Vastalux
Velesto Offshore Drilling
Vinyl Chloride (Malaysia)
YTL Power International Berhad
.
Conduct this training course in-house for more effective savings!
Call us at +65 6741 9927 or email to [email protected] For more information, visit us at
www.petroedgeasia.net
INTRODUCTION TO SUBSEA INSPECTION, MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
SUBSEA INSPECTION, MAINTENANCE & REPAIR
R E G I S T R A T I O N
25 – 27 July 2018 | Kuala Lumpur
F OR M
DELEGATE DETAILS
DELEGATE 1
 Mr
 Ms
 Mrs
Name
:
Job Title
:
Department
:
Telephone No.
:
Email
:
Head of Dept.
:
 Dr
 Others:
By Direct Transfer
Please quote your invoice number with the remittance advise
Account Name: Asia Edge Pte. Ltd.
Bank Code: 508
Account Number: 762903-001
Swift Code: OCBCSGSG
All bank charges to be borne by payer. Please ensure that Asia Edge
Pte Ltd receives the full invoiced amount.
DELEGATE 2
 Mr
 Ms
PAYMENT METHODS
By Cheque/ Bank Draft
Make Payable to Asia Edge Pte. Ltd.
PAYMENT POLICY
 Mrs
Name
:
Job Title
:
Department
:
Telephone No.
:
Email
:
Head of Dept.
:
Company
:
Address
:
Country
:
Attention Invoice to
:
Telephone No.
:
Fax No.
:
 Dr
 Others:
Payment is due in full at the time of registration. Full payment is
mandatory for event attendance. By submitting this registration form,
you have agreed to Asia Edge Pte Ltd’s payment terms
CANCELLATIONS & SUBSTITUTIONS
You may substitute delegates at any time. ASIA EDGE PTE LTD does not
provide refunds for cancellations. For cancellations received in writing more
than seven (7) days prior to the training course you will receive a 100%
credit to be used at another ASIA EDGE PTE LTD training course for up to
one year from the date of issuance. For cancellations received seven (7) days
or less prior to an event (including day 7), no credits will be issued. In the
event that ASIA EDGE PTE LTD cancels an event, delegate payments at the
date of cancellation will be credited to a future ASIA EDGE PTE LTD event.
This credit will be available for up to one year from the date of issuance. In
the event that ASIA EDGE PTE LTD postpones an event, delegate payments
at the postponement date will be credited towards the rescheduled date. If
the delegate is unable to attend the rescheduled event, the delegate will
receive a 100% credit representing payments made towards a future ASIA
EDGE PTE LTD event. This credit will be available for up to one year from the
date of issuance. No refunds will be available for cancellations or
postponements.
Postcode:
4 EASY WAYS TO REGISTER
 Phone: +65 6741 9927
 Fax: +65 6747 8737
 Online: www.petroedgeasia.net
 Email: [email protected]
Please note
- Indicate if you have already registered by Phone +Fax +Email +Web
- If you have not received an acknowledgement before the training course, please call us to
confirm your booking.
ASIA EDGE PTE LTD is not responsible for any loss or damage as a result of a
substitution, alteration or cancellation/postponement of an event. ASIA
EDGE PTE LTD shall assume no liability whatsoever in the event this training
course is cancelled, rescheduled or postponed due to a fortuitous event, Act
of God, unforeseen occurrence or any other event that renders performance
of this training course impracticable or impossible. For purposes of this
clause, a fortuitous event shall include, but not be limited to: war, fire, labor
strike, extreme weather or other emergency.
PROGRAM CHANGE POLICY
Please note that speakers and topics were confirmed at the time of
publishing; however, circumstances beyond the control of the organizers
may necessitate substitutions, alterations or cancellations of the speakers
and/or topics. As such, ASIA EDGE PTE LTD reserves the right to alter or
modify the advertised speakers and/or topics if necessary. Any substitutions
or alterations will be updated on our web page as soon as possible.
ASIA EDGE PTE. LTD.
Company Registration No: No. 200710561C
[email protected] 2005 ASIA EDGE PTE LTD. All rights reserved.
This brochure may not be copied, photocopied, reproduced, translated, or
converted to any electronic or machine-readable form in whole or in part
without prior written approval of ASIA EDGE PTE LTD
Conduct this training course in-house for more effective savings!
Call us at +65 6741 9927 or email to [email protected] For more information, visit us at
www.petroedgeasia.net
Download