This course provides technical knowledge pertaining to the integrity management of subsea systems.
Engineers and technicians whose activity is related to the operation of Oil & Gas subsea facilities.
3 months of experience in offshore operations.
INSPECTIONS & THEIR OBJECTIVES
By contractor (with operator follow-up).
DEEP WATER SYSTEMS INSPECTION ACTIVITIES
Means, constraints, limitations.
Visual indications specific to deep subsea conditions.
Regulatory requirements, RBI approach…
Inspection zones, inspection mean times.
Inspection plan revision.
GENERIC SUPPORT DOCUMENTS
SPECIFIC SUPPORT DOCUMENTS
INSPECTION MANAGEMENT DATABASE
Objectives and functionalities.
Contents and structure.
Inputs and outputs.
KEYS FOR THE SUCCESSFUL IMPLEMENTATION OF AN INSPECTION DATABASE
“INITIAL STATUS” REFERENCES
Technical specifications, manufacturing dossiers.
Flowlines intelligent pigging.
Adequate response to commands.
Adequate operating parameters.
Sand production monitoring.
Sand erosion monitoring.
“Safety valves” testing.
Control fluid consumption.
Downhole chemical injection flow test.
Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:
fix objectives for inspection campaigns,
write specifications for the inspection of installation (with ROV, etc.).
Ways & Means
Lectures carry numerous examples from ongoing projects.
Trainers are specialized engineers currently involved in deep offshore projects.
To French entities : IFP Training is referenced to DataDock ; you may contact your OPCO about potential funding.
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