Offhsore remedial works - Oil and Gas

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About the course

This course is intended for everyone involved in the offshore repair and remediation process, starting from asset integrity engineers to service providers. It covers everything from identification and assessment of the feature to design, testing and execution of the repair or remediation process, giving learners an overall understanding of all stages of the process and their role within it.

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Available dates

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Duration

2 days (14 study hours)

Location

Virtual classroom

Level

Application

Price

£1,150 plus VAT

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Learning outcomes

  • Describe the inspection, investigation and analysis techniques utilised to identify features and determine the need for repair or remediation
  • Recognise the preparatory works that may be required before repair and how they can be achieved
  • Explain the repair methods available and their capabilities, along with the importance of pre-mobilisation testing and procedure development
  • Select the appropriate remediation option for a range of pipeline features identified during inspection

Course structure

Day by day content

Day one

Inspection and investigation techniques

  • Common problems
  • Inspection methods
  • Investigation and analysis
  • Case study

 

Preparatory works

  • Excavation design and implementation
  • Coating removal
  • Cleaning and surface preparation

 

Repairs

  • Repair scenarios
  • Diving and ROV considerations
  • Repair methods, functionality and capability
  • Major repairs
  • Isolation requirements

 

Execution and testing

  • Procedure development and process safety
  • Pre-deployment testing
  • Setting up and surveying
  • Executing
  • Testing and acceptance
  • Case study

Day two

Common remedial works

  • Stabilisation options
  • Span and buckle remediation
  • Installation of protection measures
  • Retrofitting of anodes

 

Buoyant span case study

  • Background to the problem
  • Buoyant span assessment
  • Remedial works
  • Lessons learnt

Remediation design

  • Rockdump berm design
  • Protection requirements
  • Mattress considerations and specification
  • Consideration of seabed mobility
TESTIMONIALS

What past delegates have said

An excellent course covering all main subjects and challenges on subsea field development

Andreas Tsekas, Piping Design & Equipment Engineer, Saipem UK Ltd

Offshore remedial works - Oil and Gas

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