Subsea Integrity Management (II) - Non Conformity Management

INSP/SUBINT2

Who should attend?

  • This course provides technical knowledge pertaining to the integrity management of subsea systems.
Audience :
  • Engineers and technicians whose activity is related to the operation of Oil & Gas subsea facilities.

Level : Proficiency

Course Content

  • PHYSICAL & STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY ISSUES & THEIR MAIN CONSEQUENCES

      • Stress and fatigue.
      • External corrosion, internal erosion/corrosion.
      • Hydrogen induced stress cracking.
      • External event.
      • Thermal Insulation, heat loss.
      • Case studies, prevention & remediation.
  • “FUNCTIONAL” INTEGRITY ISSUES & THEIR MAIN CONSEQUENCES

      • Defective subsea retrievable modules.
      • “Internal” leakages (passing valves, passing non-return valves…).
      • Leaks to environment.
      • Electrical lines/conductors defects.
      • Monitoring sensors signal loss.
      • Hydraulic locks.
      • Chemical lines blockages.
  • NON CONFORMITY MANAGEMENT

      • Objective.
      • Non conformity.
      • Non conformity “dossiers”.
      • Non conformity register/database.
  • MAINTENANCE & REPAIR

      • Planned events.
      • Unplanned events.

Learning Objectives

  • Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:
  • determine integrity characteristics,
  • evaluate consequences of failures,
  • plan repairs.

Ways & Means

  • Lectures carry numerous examples from ongoing projects.
  • Trainers are specialized engineers currently involved in deep offshore projects.