Onshore Pipeline Facilities - Design, Construction and Operations - PL-42

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This intensive, five-day foundation level course covers the design, construction, and operation of onshore pipeline systems. This course will incorporate construction methods, commissioning, pressure testing, and start-up into the design of a pipeline system. The course focuses on pipeline routing, mechanical design, construction methods, hydraulics, installation, and operation of onshore pipeline systems. Participants will acquire and/or consolidate the essential knowledge and skills to design, construct, and operate pipelines. Design problems are an integral part of this course.

Technical professionals new to the onshore pipeline business or needing a broad understanding of the design and construction of onshore pipeline business including: pipeline project managers, pipeline engineers, facilities engineers, pipeline design and construction engineers, engineering and construction contractors.

You will Learn:

  • How to apply mechanical and physical principles to pipeline design, material selection, construction, and operation
  • Identify special design and construction challenges of onshore pipeline systems
  • Identify the principal interfaces and potential interrelationships of pipeline facilities such as: pump stations and terminals on design and operations of onshore pipeline systems
  • Safety and environmental practices and their affect on design, construction, and operation

Course Content:

  • Pipeline systems definition and applications
  • Safety, environmental, and regulatory considerations; codes and standards related to pipelines
  • Pipeline conceptual and mechanical design for strength, stability, and installation
  • Impacts of pipeline hydraulics on pipeline design, construction, and operations
  • Pipeline survey, mapping, and route selection
  • Pipeline materials and components
  • Corrosion and cathodic protection of pipelines
  • Pipeline construction for onshore systems
  • Introduction to flow assurance considerations and pipeline integrity aspects including in-line inspection, leak detection, and emergency planning considerations
  • Pipeline operations, maintenance and repairs considerations

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