Friday, May 25, 2012

PetroEDGE TRAINING: Floating Production, Storage & Offloading Design & Technology


PetroEdge presents
Floating Production, Storage & Offloading
Design & Technology - Level 2, including latest developments in FLNG technology and market developments

The number of floating production systems is set to grow from 250 units to 299 in 2011. As crude oil prices rise above USD 100 per barrel, FPSO technology is no doubt the most efficient and viable solution for deepwater offshore field development. However, with development projects going to greater depth and complexity, the big question still remains on how to drive greater efficiency from better FPSO designs and what are the new developments in turret, mooring, swivel technologies to improve safety and lower cost.

Featured Case Study Discussions on: 

Case Study One; Processing system operations on BP FPSO Greater Plutonio
Review of the Training CD every BP Operator must learn before going offshore to operate the Subsea Production Facilities and the FPSO Facilities, from Reservoir to Oil and Gas Export systems. 
Case Study Two; Chevron ALBA FSO; First Internal Turret in the North Sea
A detailed review of the Turret system with mooring lines design & installation, Chain table & Riser connections, main deck turret piping & pigging system, fluid Swivel & back-up, leak detection system, interfaces with cargo piping and Oil & Gas export lines including Integrity Monitoring Systems. 
Case Study Three; The TOTAL Angola FPSO DALIA Story, operating in deep water Block 17.

This training course is designed for:
This course is recommended for personnel involved in FPSO projects who require specific knowledge on FPSO design and technology: • Current and future Offshore Installation Managers • Conceptual Design Engineers • Development Engineers • Engineering & Integration Managers • Naval Architects • FPSO Project Managers • Process Engineers • Operations Managers

5 – 8 June 2012, Accra, Ghana
25 – 28 June 2012, Singapore - 2nd run in Asia!

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