Pipelines and risers are used for a number of purposes in the development of offshore hydrocarbon resources. These include e.g.: Export (transportation) pipelines; Pipeline bundles; Flowlines to transfer product from a platform to export lines; Water injection or chemical injection flowlines; Flowlines to transfer product between platforms, subsea manifolds and satellite wells; The design process for each type of lines in general terms is the same. Design of risers is similar to pipeline design, although different analysis tools and design criteria are applied. A recent technical revolution in the design process has taken place in the Offshore and Marine industries. Advanced methods and analysis tools allow a more sophisticated approach to design that takes advantage of modem materials and revised design codes supporting limit state design concepts and reliability methods.
The design of pipelines and risers is usually performed in various stages. This course aims to provide a practical understanding and helps to gain sound knowledge in design of pipelines & risers.
Engineers and scientists involved in the design, operation and assessment of offshore structures and their associated equipment.
Personnel from oil companies, consultancy organisations, classification societies and certifying authorities will benefit from attending this Course.
Professionals: £750 (pounds sterling) + VAT (only for UK)
Date: 27-28 February 2017Venue: ASRANet Ltd