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CORROSION CONTROL IN EXPLORATION & PRODUCTION INDUSTRY


Improve Your Working Knowledge of Corossion Control with Expert Specialist 9th June - 13th June 2014, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Petrosync Lecturer
Yousuf Memon B.E.
Plant Inspection & Corrosion Control Consultant

Major Corrosion Projects


Over 35 years of experience in upstream & downstream oil & gas industry
CEO of Reliance Swift Veritas (Pvt) Ltd. Director of Petrosult & Unimart Specializing in corrosion & integrity management systems execution and training

Prepared Policies for Corrosion Monitoring Systems & Corrosion Inhibitor Injection System for Total ABK. Prepared Corrosion Management System for Jeddah Oil Refinery Presented technical paper on Failures in Refinery Overhead of Atmospheric Distillation Column.

Masterclass Overview
In the oil & gas industry, appropriate material selection is the cornerstone of production and piping design, operation and maintenance. Engineers must select materials of construction that provide adequate strength at operating temperatures and pressures, in compliance with applicable construction codes and with regard to their resistance to corrosion and other likely degradation mechanisms, as well as to cost-effectiveness. All materials have flaws and will degrade in service. The in-service performance of the selected materials is crucial for plant integrity, safety and cost-effective operation. Clear understanding of the degradation mechanisms affecting specific equipment and piping systems is essential so that effective inspection strategies, plans and activities can be implemented to assess their condition and suitability for continued service until the next scheduled shutdown. The acceptability of materials is controlled by the relevant Codes. The ultimate selection of the correct material is the responsibility of the design or fabrication engineer. By listing the designs allowable stresses, the Codes do limit the materials that can be chosen.

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Masterclass Objectives PROVIDE professionals with the knowledge on how to select material systems EFFECTIVELY obtain stakeholders engagement for the development and implementation of a material
selection system

ABILITY to achieve early benefits in the material selection systems KNOW the features and characteristics of an effective material selection system EVALUATE and articulate the benefits of a material selection system UNDERSTAND the issues involved in system ownership, competence assessment structures, operational issues
and ways to address material performance issues.

GAIN perspective on the merits of appropriate material selection Specially Designed For
Engineers of all disciplines, including mechanical engineers, process engineers, project engineers, and maintenance engineers will benefit from this course. It is an indispensable course in the professional development of recent engineering graduates. Plant inspectors and other operations and maintenance technical personnel involved in the operation and maintenance of process equipment and piping systems will also benefit from this course. Preferably participants should have an understanding of basic chemistry and metallurgy.

Masterclass Outcome
At the end of the course, participants are able to: Identify industrial corrosion problems Select appropriate materials to minimize corrosion problems Monitor and test for corrosion Identify and select corrosion control methods Analyze failures and recommend solutions Identify corrosion standards and specifications

Training Methodology
The course combines sound engineering principles, methods, applicable codes standards and best industry practices. Actual major incidents as well as industry experience are reviewed. Participants receive a multicolor course manual. All lectures are in colorful Power-Point presentation. All lectures are interspersed with interactive discussion. All lectures include group discussion, case history and exercises Pictures of real incidents and case history are shown. Videos on the subject are shown.

Competencies Emphasized
Participants will enhance their competencies in the following areas: Engineering materials corrosion properties and prevention methods for specific applications with view to achieving optimum life cycle costs while complying with codes and regulations. Corrosion Control methods codes, standards and recommended practices covering anti-corrosion based design of pressure equipment and piping systems. Identification and assessment of active degradation mechanisms and the failures they may cause. Application of corrosion control and monitoring methods.

Organizational Impact
The company will achieve improved financial performance through the proper selection of materials of construction based on total life cycle cost principles. The company will be able to achieve measurable improvement in mechanical integrity through improved materials performance and reduced likelihood of failures. The company will be able to enhance its ability to use risk-based inspection and maintenance resulting in lower life cycle costs while complying with codes and standards, and other regulatory requirement.

Personal Impact
Participants will be more able to actively contribute towards reducing the probability of serious failures in pressure equipment and piping systems. Participants will enhance their competence and productivity thereby enhancing their competence and performance level and making additional value added contributions to their organizations.

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CORROSION CONTROL IN EXPLORATION & PRODUCTION INDUSTRY


9th June - 13th June 2014, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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Daily Course Coverage


DAY 11 DAY 31

Introduction to Oil & Gas Operating Equipment


Surface Facilities Subsea Components Wellheads X-mas Trees Casings Tubings Columns Downhole Completion Tools Separation Tanks

Oil & Gas Production Fluids


Crude Oil Natural Gas Seawater Atmospheric Environment Fresh Water H2S Carbon Dioxide Multi Phase Flow in the Pipeline

Introduction to Corrosion
What is corrosion? Dry Corrosion Wet Corrosion
DAY 2

Oil & Gas Production Material of Construction


Carbon Steels Alloy Steels

Sulfur Recovery Units (ATU)


Copper Alloys Nickel Alloys Corrosion Resistant Alloys

Introduction1to Metallurgy
Metal & Alloys Ferrous & Non-ferrous 3 Solid Solutions Metallic Bonding Crystals & Grains
DAY 4

Common Corrosion Types


Uniform Corrosion Pitting Corrosion Crevice Corrosion Galvanic Corrosion Erosion Corrosion Selective Corrosion Fatigue Corrosion Fretting Corrosion Intergranular Corrosion Stress Corrosion Cracking Hydrogen Embrittlement Microbiological Corrosion High-Temperature Corrosion

Corrosion Fundamentals
Promoting Factors for Corrosion Electrical Concepts of Corrosion Corrosion Current Corrosion Reactions in Electrochemical Cells Corrosion Rate

IN-HOUSE SOLUTIONS
SAVE COST IMPROVE PERFORMANCE REDUCE RISK
PetroSync understands that in current economic climate, getting an excellent return on your training investment is critical for all our clients. This at your preferred location and time. We will meet you anywhere around the globe. If you like to know more about this excellent program, please contact on +65 6415 4500 or email general@petrosync.com

Oil & Gas Production Corrosion


Role of O2, CO2, H2S, Dissolved Salts, Microorganism, Fouling Oxygen Based Corrosion Sweet/H2S Corrosion Sour/CO2 Corrosion Top of Line Corrosion Hydrogen Embrittlement Hydrogen Induced Cracking (HIC) Bacterial Corrosio

Painting & Coatings 3 Cathodic Protection Systems (CPS)

Corrosion Monitoring & Detection


Corrosion Monitoring Locations Corrosion Coupons (Weight Loss) Electrical Resistance (ER) Physical Metal Loss Electrochemical Properties Process Parameters and Chemical Analysis

Detection, Inspection & Testing (NDT) of Corrosion


Ultrasonic Testing (UT) Liquid (Dye) Penetrant method Magnetic Particle Testing (MPT) Eddy Current Testing Radiography Testing (RT) Calipers Intelligent Pigging

Down-Hole & Surface Equipment Corrosion


Corrosion of Well Tubing Corrosion of Flowlines Corrosion of Other Equipment
DAY 5

Corrosion Prevention & Control Techniques


Removal of Corrosive Agents Design Considerations Corrosion Allowance Material Selection 1 Corrosion Inhibitors & Biocide Injection

International Standards for Corrosion Monitoring & Detection


NACE API

Petrosync Quality
Limited Attendees The course has limited seats to ensure maximum learning and experience for all delegates.

proof of your continuing professional development. Interactive Training You will be attending training designed to share both the latest knowledge and practical experience through interactive sessions. This will provide you with a deeper and more long-term understanding of your current issues. High Quality Course Materials Printed course manual will provide you with working materials throughout the course and will be an invaluable source of reference for you and your colleagues afterward. You can follow course progress on your laptop with soft copies provided.

Program Schedule
08:00 09:00 09:00 11:00 11:00 11:15 11:15 13:00 13:00 14:00 14:00 15:30 15:30 15:45 15:45 17:00 17:00

Registration (Day1) Session I Refreshment & Networking Session I Session II Lunch Session III Refreshment & Networking Session II Session IV End of Day

Petrosync Lecturer Thermal Fatigue


Temper Embrittlement of Cr-Mo Steels

Amine Treating Unit (ATU)


Process Description Mr. Yousuf Memon B.E. Tail Gas Units Plant Inspection & Corrosion Control Consultant Corrosion Phenomena Corrosive Species Amine Degradation more than 38 years, Mr. Joshi worked in the areas of Plant Design, Cracking Phenomena fabrica on, Inspec on, including in-service inspec on of Plant equipments, Pressure vessel, Heat the Corrosion Inhibitors Client List Yousuf Memon is CEO of Reliance Swift Veritas (Pvt) Ltd. with exchangers, Piping systems of and Tank-farms for Refineries, Petrochemical plants, Oil terminals, Fer lizer Materials Construction over 35 years of experience in upstream & downstream oil & gas plants, Gas sweetening plants, Oshore produc on facili es, and Power plants. His is well Corrosion Monitoring known DEWA expert in industry, specialized in corrosion & integrity management systems BP Corrosion Control Measures the followingand codes. DPL execution training. Yousuf Memon has been working for UEP

national & international oil & gas exploration, petroleum refineries, ADCO HUBCO Sulfur (ATU) ASME Sec.Recovery VIII Div. 1Units and Div 2. API 620, API 650 petrochemical plants, chemical plants, fertilizer plants, power GASCO Sulfur Recovery Units FODCO API 510, API 570 and API 653 ASME B 31.1, B 31.3 plants and desalination plants for several years. Different areas of Sulfur Chemical Processes TEMA codes ASME Sec. IX ZADCO Fauji Power Mechanical Integrity remained areas of expertise such as; API Sulfur Recoveryhis Process AD-MERKBLATTER Bri sh Standard BS 5500 QP Plant, Risk-Based Inspection, Failure Engro Powergen Tail Gas Treating Unit Analysis, Fitness-For-Services, Non Destructive Incinerator Testing (Conventional & Advanced), Corrosion PSO FFC Monitoring, Corrosion Inhibitor Injection, Material Selection, Protective Mr. Joshi has worked with several mul na onal companies worldwide and was, involved / Cold Bed Adsorption (CBA) Unit PAPCO OMIFCO Coatings, Material Performance Cathodic Protection System. interacted with leading mul na Evaluation, onal giants, such as: Engro Fertilizer Corrosion Mechanisms He also delivers in-house, public training courses,and distant learning PARCO Toyo Engineering local Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Asia Petroleum courses on Corrosion Control, Plant Inspection & Mechanical Integrity to Engro Polymers Sour Environment Corrosion Umm-Al-Nar Renery and PT. PUSPETINDO, Indonesia. and international upstream, midstream, and downstream oil TUV NORD DUBAL Weak Corrosion Balcke DurrAcid GMBH Thermax limitedetc, etc gas industries.
Corrosion of CBA Units Burner and Mixing Chamber Professional Affiliations Tail Gas Reactor and Waste Heat Exchanger Water Quench and Re-Circulation Blower System National Association of Corrosion Engineers (NACE) H2S Adsorption System

The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) American Society of Quality (ASQ) Process Additives Corrosion Control American Educational Societyand of Surface Finishing (AESF) American Institute of Chemical Engineers (A.I.Ch. E.) Acids Pakistan Engineering Council (PEC) Temperature
Pressure Flow Skill & Expertise Turbulence

Piping Inspection Oil & Gas NDT Metal Fabrication Power Plants Plant Inspection

Risk Based Inspection API 510 API 570 Desalination Plants Boilers Natural Gas Petrochemicals

Material Selection Metallurgy Corrosion Control Protective Coatings Damage Mechanisms Fertilizers Chemical Engineering Petroleum

API 653 API 580 API 571 Pressure Vessels QA/QC ASME EPC Petroleum Engineering

Water Washing Acid Neutralization CORROSION CONTROL IN Metal EXPLORATION & PRODUCTION INDUSTRY Barrier Between and Environment Chemicals Used to Combat Corrosion 9th June - 13th June 2014, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Filming Amines INVESTMEN T PAC KAGES Filming Formulation Please checklist package that you are attending! Filmerthe Application Treat Rates Investment Package Deadline Course Fee Monitoring Filmer Performance Neutralizing Amines SGD $ 2,995 Standard Price 6th Jun 2014 9th May 2014 Napthhenic Acid Corrosion Inhibitors SGD $ 2,795
10% discounts for group of 3 registering from Group Discount 6th Jun 2014 Application of Corrosion Inhibitors the same organization at the same time (3 or more delegates)

Electrochemical Noise (EN) Hydrogen Flux Monitoring PROGRAMME CONSULTANT Atmospheric Distillation Unit Contact : Cay Aagen Vacuum Distillation Email Unit : registration@petrosync.com Phone : +65 6415 4500 Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit Fax : +65 6826 4322 Amine Treating Unit Sour Water Stripper TERMSUnits AND CONDITIONS Sulfuric Acid Alkylation Unit DISCLAIMER Automated On-Line Monitoring Please note that trainers and topics were confirmed at
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