- Learning Objectives
- Mode of Delivery
- Training Timing
- Material Provided
- Who Should Attend?
- Group Discount (same company only)
- Course Outline
Corrosion control is a requirement in the oil and gas industry, it employs technical concepts and processes to reduce corrosion in the most cost-effective manner. Corrosion monitoring alerts users to potentially harmful processes or circumstances that could lead to corrosion-related failures. Furthermore, it shows the relationship between changes in process parameters and system corrosion. Corrosion monitoring is critical for determining the service life of pipelines and determining when they should be replaced or shut down.
This intensive course by AAIS will briefly identify metallurgical problems and highlight effective Corrosion Control strategies that involve investigation, detection, monitoring of process units, and damage reduction techniques
By the end of this course, participants will learn to:
- Evaluate construction materials used in the oil, gas, and water fields.
- Derive mechanisms and theories of corrosion.
- Thoroughly understand corrosion varieties in oil, gas, and water fields.
- Analyze corrosion monitoring and inspection methods.
- Inspect corrosion control strategies and functions.
Mode of Delivery
Training will be conducted via Microsoft Team Meeting or at our Training Center.
Consecutive Saturdays at 09:00 AM to 03:00 PM GST
• Presentation Slides • Study References
Certificate will be issued upon successful completion of training.
Who Should Attend?
Petroleum engineers, welders, process engineers, inspectors, and inspection supervisors will all benefit from this training. Engineers who work with the equipment, engineers who work with maintenance, and planners who work with people who work with people who Company Representatives Design Engineers.
Group Discount (same company only)
• 15% Discount for groups of 5 or more.
• 10% Discount for groups of 3-4.
|Corrosion Control||2000 EGP|
- Introduction and Fundamentals of Corrosion
- Introduction to Sweet Corrosion
- Introduction to Sour Corrosion
- Material & Corrosion Testing
- Design for corrosion control
- Cathodic Protection
- Microbial Corrosion + Reservoir Souring
- Corrosion Inhibition
- Downhole Material Selection
- Wellheads and Christmas Trees
- Primary Separation
- Crude Oil Treatment
- Gas Treatment
- Water Injection
- Pipelines Corrosion