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Ref No: MN 122 Program Name: Onshore Offshore Piping and Pipeline Design Engineering

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11 Dec 2023 15 Dec 2023 Accra, GH $ 5,250Registration Closed
13 May 2024 17 May 2024 Accra, GH $ 5,250Registration Closed
15 Jul 2024 19 Jul 2024 Kigali, RW $ 5,250
14 Oct 2024 18 Oct 2024 Kigali, RW $ 5,250
16 Dec 2024 20 Dec 2024 Accra, GH $ 5,250

PROGRAM DETAILS



Introduction 

The field of piping and pipeline design engineering is integral to the success of onshore and offshore projects within the oil, gas, and petrochemical industries. Properly designed pipelines ensure the safe and efficient transportation of fluids, making them a critical component of any hydrocarbon operation. The “Onshore Offshore Piping and Pipeline Design Engineering” program is a comprehensive 5-day training initiative crafted to equip engineers and professionals with the knowledge and skills required for designing, analyzing, and managing pipelines in both onshore and offshore environments. This program explores the latest industry standards, advanced technologies, and best practices to foster excellence in pipeline engineering.

Piping and pipeline design engineering forms the backbone of onshore and offshore facilities, directly impacting the efficiency, safety, and longevity of operations. Understanding the complexities of fluid dynamics, material science, stress analysis, and industry regulations is paramount. This program underscores the strategic importance of mastering the art and science of pipeline design for successful and sustainable projects.

The “Onshore Offshore Piping and Pipeline Design Engineering” program equips participants with specialized knowledge and practical skills, enabling them to navigate the complexities of onshore and offshore pipeline projects. Participants will gain insights into industry best practices, compliance standards, and innovative approaches, empowering them to contribute significantly to the efficiency and sustainability of their organizations’ pipeline operations.

Learning Objectives

The “Onshore Offshore Piping and Pipeline Design Engineering” program is designed to achieve the following learning objectives:

  1. Comprehensive Understanding: Gain in-depth knowledge of pipeline systems, including design principles, materials, and construction techniques.
  2. Fluid Dynamics and Flow Analysis: Explore fluid behavior, flow analysis, and pressure drop calculations in pipelines.
  3. Stress Analysis and Structural Integrity: Master stress analysis methodologies to ensure the structural integrity of pipelines under various conditions.
  4. Material Selection and Corrosion Management: Learn about materials selection, corrosion mechanisms, and corrosion prevention strategies.
  5. Industry Standards and Codes: Familiarize with international standards and codes governing pipeline design and integrity.
  6. Pipeline Route Selection: Understand the factors influencing the selection of optimal routes for onshore and offshore pipelines.
  7. Safety and Environmental Considerations: Emphasize safety protocols, environmental impact assessments, and risk management in pipeline projects.
  8. Latest Technologies: Explore cutting-edge technologies, including simulation software and 3D modeling tools, for pipeline design and analysis.
  9. Project Management: Develop skills in project planning, execution, and monitoring for successful pipeline projects.
  10. Regulatory Compliance: Understand regulatory requirements and compliance procedures related to pipeline projects.
  11. Case Studies and Real-World Applications: Analyze real-life case studies and applications of successful pipeline design and engineering projects.
  12. Ethical and Professional Considerations: Address ethical dilemmas, professional conduct, and stakeholder relations in pipeline engineering projects.

Training Methodology

Our 5-day training program employs an interactive and engaging methodology, including:

  • Expert-Led Lectures: In-depth presentations by industry experts offering theoretical frameworks and real-world insights.
  • Hands-on Workshops: Interactive sessions allowing participants to use simulation software and conduct stress analyses.
  • Case Studies: Analyzing relevant case studies from onshore and offshore pipeline projects, highlighting successes and challenges.
  • Group Discussions: Collaborative discussions encouraging participants to share experiences and problem-solve together.
  • Site Visits (Virtual or On-site): Virtual or on-site visits to operational facilities, providing a firsthand understanding of real-world applications.
  • Interactive Demonstrations: Live demonstrations of pipeline design software and modeling tools.
  • Q&A Sessions: Dedicated question-and-answer sessions with industry professionals, allowing participants to clarify doubts and gain deeper insights.
  • Industry Networking: Opportunities for participants to network with peers and industry experts, fostering professional relationships.

Target Audience

The “Onshore Offshore Piping and Pipeline Design Engineering” program is specifically designed for:

  • Piping Design Engineers
  • Pipeline Engineers
  • Structural Engineers
  • Project Managers
  • Construction Managers
  • Process Engineers
  • Mechanical Engineers
  • Regulatory Compliance Officers
  • Health, Safety, and Environment (HSE) Professionals
  • Anyone involved in the planning, design, or execution of onshore and offshore pipeline projects.

Program Content

Day 1: Introduction to Piping and Pipeline Systems

  • Basics of Piping and Pipeline Engineering.
  • Types of Pipelines: Onshore vs. Offshore.
  • Overview of Industry Standards and Codes.
  • Role of Piping and Pipeline Engineers in Project Lifecycle.
  • Q&A Session: Addressing Common Challenges in Pipeline Engineering.

Day 2: Fluid Dynamics and Flow Analysis in Pipelines

  • Fluid Behavior and Properties.
  • Flow Analysis Techniques: Pressure Drop Calculations.
  • Pump and Compressor Selection Criteria.
  • Hydraulic Design of Pipelines.
  • Case Study: Fluid Dynamics in Real-world Pipeline Systems.

Day 3: Stress Analysis and Structural Integrity

  • Stress Analysis Methods: Finite Element Analysis (FEA), Pipe Stress Analysis.
  • Thermal Expansion and Stress Mitigation.
  • Fatigue Analysis and Fracture Mechanics.
  • Structural Integrity Assessment Techniques.
  • Workshop: Conducting Stress Analysis Simulations.

Day 4: Material Selection, Corrosion Management, and Safety Protocols

  • Material Selection Criteria: Strength, Corrosion Resistance.
  • Corrosion Mechanisms and Prevention Strategies.
  • Safety Protocols in Pipeline Engineering.
  • Environmental Impact Assessments.
  • Role-Playing Scenario: Emergency Response Simulation.

Day 5: Project Management, Compliance, and Future Trends

  • Project Planning and Execution: Timeline, Budgeting, Resource Allocation.
  • Regulatory Compliance: Permits, Environmental Regulations.
  • Ethical Considerations in Pipeline Engineering.
  • Emerging Technologies in Pipeline Design.
  • Graduation Ceremony and Certificates of Completion.

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