This course provides an introduction to inherent safety in design of pipelines. It covers hazard operability (HAZOP) techniques, risk identification and ranking, pipeline design, safety considerations and the designer's role in controlling corrosion and maintaining integrity of pipelines using effective techniques.

• Principles of HAZOP 
• HAZOP Team 
• Risk & Safeguards 
• Design Considerations 
• Comparing Various Techniques 

• Pipelines 
• Key Parameters 
• Why Pipelines Fail and Safety Record 
• How is Safety Considered? 

• Understanding Corrosion 
• Selection of Construction Materials 
• Design Solution vs. Corrosion Type 
• Corrosion Control Techniques

    ROSEN Trainer: Pedro GuillenJerry MullinsJozef Soltis

This course provides an introduction to the principles of corrosion, as well as an overview of selected internal and external corrosion mechanisms and their control in the oil and gas industry.

• Corrosion basics

• Introduction to pipeline materials
• Internal corrosion prevention and monitoring
• External corrosion
• External coating selection and field joints

    ROSEN Trainer: Ian LaingJozef Soltis

This course provides a comprehensive overview of the integrity management of onshore pipelines, and pipeline integrity management systems (PIMS). The content to be covered in this course is aligned with a framework based on international standards ASME B31.8S, API 1160, AS2885, CSAZ662 and EN16348.

• Introduction to PIMS 

• Management Control Framework
• Threats to Pipeline Integrity
• Risk Assessment
• Integrity Management Planning
• Inspection Monitoring and Maintenance
• Introduction to Inline Inspection
• Anomaly Management
• Preventative and Mitigative Measures
• Incident Investigation
• Emergency Preparedness
• Documents and Records

    ROSEN Trainer: Steve CromwellClive Ward

The course provides an overview of risk concepts and descriptions of risk assessment techniques. The focus of the course is the assessment and control of risk in onshore pipelines transporting hazardous fluids such as high-pressure gas, crude oil, and refined products. Analysis of risk in these pipelines using both qualitative and quantitative methods will be discussed. The course also includes discussion of how risk concepts are incorporated into pipeline standards and interpreted by different regulators.

• Introduction to risk principles
• Risk management frameworks
• Pipeline risk

    ROSEN Trainer: Mark Wright

This course will give the student an overview of the wide range of defects present in pipelines and the methodologies used to assess them.

• Overview of pipeline integrity management 

• Inline inspection 
• Overview of pipeline defects 
• Corrosion defect assessment tutorial and workshop
• Geometric defect assessment tutorial and workshop
• Corrosion growth assessment
• Pipeline repair

    ROSEN Trainer: Alasdair ClyneAdrian LimMichael PalmerJoe Short

The course provides an introduction to pipeline materials and their manufacturing processes. The course covers materials properties, basic metallurgy, process and techniques, and material testing. It also briefly describes the defects that can occur during the manufacturing process.

• Pipeline integrity threats 

• Basic metallurgy of pipe

• Pipe feedstock
• Non-destructive testing and hydrotesting
• Material properties and mechanical testing
• Non-destructive testing and hydrotesting
• Typical pipe defects

    ROSEN Trainer: Steve ParrySimon Slater

This course will provide an introduction to stress corrosion cracking mechanisms and management strategies. This course is aimed at pipeline engineers and technical management professionals that are involved in pipeline integrity and pipeline operation.

• Corrosion basics

• What is stress corrosion cracking?
• Environmental stress corrosion cracking of pipelines
• Integrity management
• Evaluation of environmental stress corrosion cracking severity
• Inspection and hydro-testing
• Stress corrosion cracking direct assessment
• Environmental stress corrosion planning and mitigation

    ROSEN Trainer: Daniel SandanaJozef Soltis

The course provides a foundation in the latest inline inspection technologies and how to select an appropriate tool. It also includes an introduction to the interpretation of inline inspection data, as well as an overview of the available defect assessment methodologies covering the main types of pipeline damage and applicable code/standard guidance.

• Pipeline integrity threats 
• The inline inspection process
• Understanding ILI data
• Inline inspection services
• Fundamentals of defect assessment

    ROSEN Trainer: Michael BellerMichael Schorr