PROGRAM SCHEDULE

Ref No: OG 153 Program Name: Shipping and Terminal Operations in the Oil and Gas Industry

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04 Dec 2023 08 Dec 2023 London, UK $ 5,750Registration Closed
05 Feb 2024 09 Feb 2024 Dubai, UAE $ 4,750Registration Closed
20 May 2024 24 May 2024 Istanbul, TR $ 5,750Registration Closed
12 Aug 2024 16 Aug 2024 Nairobi, KE $ 5,250
25 Nov 2024 29 Nov 2024 Houston, US $ 6,750

PROGRAM DETAILS



Introduction 

In the contemporary global oil and gas sector, the transportation of crude oil and refined products predominantly relies on large maritime vessels. Consequently, the efficient and secure management of marine terminals holds paramount significance for the seamless transfer and storage of petroleum products at designated facilities. Professionals tasked with overseeing and administering Oil & Gas Marine Terminals must possess comprehensive and current knowledge encompassing Health, Safety, Security, and Environmental aspects.

This meticulously designed training program aims to empower participants, representing companies engaged in the operation of marine terminals, with essential knowledge, updated tools, and the requisite skills to effectively tackle a diverse range of technical and safety challenges encountered during terminal operations. These challenges encompass various facets, including facilitating cargo transfer (including custody transfer), preparing for emergency responses, and providing support for vessel berthing, all in strict accordance with international regulations and standards.

Our course maintains a balanced focus on both the managerial and technical dimensions of terminal operations, recognizing their essential roles as prerequisites for the successful management of these intricate facilities. Throughout the program, participants will actively engage in several workshops, each featuring real-life problems and scenarios commonly encountered in terminal operations. These workshops will serve as platforms for robust discussions and the valuable exchange of experiences among the participants.

Learning Objectives

 At the end of this five-day workshop, participants will be able to:

  1. Understand the key principles and regulations governing terminal operations.
  2. Identify and analyze the challenges and bottlenecks in terminal operations.
  3. Develop strategies for optimizing terminal operations, including safety and environmental considerations.
  4. Carry out planning of storage & transfer systems for different petrol products
  5. Understand the procedure of interaction with oil tankers and gas carriers
  6. Explore the latest technologies and innovations in shipping and terminal management.
  7. Apply best practices in logistics, supply chain management, and risk mitigation.
  8. Foster collaboration and communication between stakeholders in the oil and gas industry.

Target Audience

This program is designed for professionals and stakeholders in the Nigerian oil and gas industry, including:

  • Terminal Managers and Supervisors
  • Shipping and Logistics Managers
  • Safety and Environmental Managers
  • Government Regulatory Agencies
  • Port Authorities
  • Oil and Gas Companies
  • Supply Chain Managers
  • Environmental Consultants
  • Risk and Compliance Officers

 Training Methodology

This program employs a dynamic and engaging approach to adult learning, including:

  • Interactive lectures and presentations by industry experts.
  • Case studies and real-world scenarios for practical application.
  • Group discussions and knowledge sharing.
  • Site visits to operational terminals (subject to availability).
  • Hands-on exercises and simulations.
  • Panel discussions with industry leaders.
  • Networking opportunities.

Program Content

Module 1 – Understanding Terminal Operations

  • Overview of the Oil and Gas Industry
  • Regulatory Framework for Terminal Operations
  • Key Players and Stakeholders
  • Safety and Environmental Considerations

 Module 2 – Challenges and Bottlenecks

  • Identifying Challenges in Terminal Operations
  • Case Studies of Past Incidents
  • Regulatory Compliance and Enforcement
  • Risk Assessment and Management
  • Group Discussion: Developing Solutions

Module 3 – Crude Oil Products

  • Terminology
  • Supply chain (value chain)
  • Stored product properties
  • Oil and gas production
  • Oil Terminal & Tank Farm handling
  • Material Safety Data Sheet

Module 4: Tank Types and Measurements

  • Tank Types
  • Shore Tank Gauging
  • Flow Metering

 Module 5: Optimizing Terminal Operations

  • Best Practices in Terminal Management
  • Supply Chain Optimization
  • Automation and Technology Integration
  • Emergency Response Planning
  • Simulation Exercise: Crisis Management

Module 6: Terminal Management

  • Scheduling and Planning
  • Terminal Inventory Control
  • Tanks calibration/recalibration

International Regulations and requirement for oil and gas marine terminals  

Module 7 – Sustainability and Environmental Management

  • Environmental Regulations and Compliance
  • Sustainable Terminal Design and Operations
  • Waste Management and Pollution Control
  • Climate Change and Adaptation Strategies

 Module 8 – Collaboration and Future Trends

  • Collaborative Approaches in the Industry
  • Industry Trends and Innovations
  • Panel Discussion: Future of Terminal Operations in Nigeria
  • Networking and Knowledge Sharing
  • Closing Remarks and Certification Ceremony

 

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