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Design Considerations for Marine Terminals
and Oil & Gas Marine Operating Assets

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Course Dates, Venues and Fees

Code Date Venue Fee($)
OM113 07 - 11 Oct 2018 Dubai - UAE $4,750

Why Choose this Training Course?

If your company operates offshore assets and in particular Offshore Marine Terminals, Fixed Platform infrastructures with subsea pipelines, Floating Production Storage & Offloading (FPSO’s) and/or is entering into FSRU/FLNG assets with LNG Gas carriers and/or Oil tankers berthing at single buoy mooring terminals, then this PetroKnowledge training course is for you.

This interactive, applications-driven 5-day training course is focused on the key design, operability and life cycle asset integrity management considerations for constructing, operating an Offshore Asset such as a Marine Oil or Gas Terminal. This PetroKnowledge training course additionally addresses ageing asset infrastructure, life extension modeling with safety and regulatory guidance.

This training course will highlight:

  • Key design & construction guidelines for building & operating an offshore marine asset
  • How to manage ageing infrastructure, structural integrity monitoring, asset insurance, marine warranty surveillance Life cycle risk management
  • Use of latest technologies in real-time data management, condition performance monitoring technologies
  • Focusing on design life cycle management, maintaining a stable asset risk profile with good reliability, production availability, Uptime performance as per ISO 20815 criteria
  • Managing Asset OPEX Budgets, Knowledge Management tools and skills set transfer to a multi-disciplined, competent work force

Training Objectives click here

What are the Goals?

By the end of this training course, participants will be able to:

  • Gain a better understanding and appreciation of the various International Asset Regulatory Guidelines and manage variances in environmental conditions, codes and standards
  • Interpret meaningfully and critically, project and asset information to assist in each of the key stages
  • Obtain a practical approach to understanding the requirements to obtain a DNV and/or other Independent 3rd Party Design Verification Certificate such as those issued by ABS and or Bureau Veritas or Lloyds Register Integrity Management
  • Learn the regulatory requirements and integrated competence matrices as stipulated by SIGTTO for LNG-LPG assets and risk management
  • Plan, Act and Do things in a timely manner to maintain your assets integrity in a fitness for purpose, operating condition

Target Audience click here

Who is this Training Course for?

This training course is suitable to a wide range of professionals but will greatly benefit:

  • Asset Engineers, Marine Engineers, Marine Operations, Field personnel involved with day to day operations of such plant and equipment who typically encounter marine vessels and operating plant in their day to day work environment
  • Professionals in marine facility, management support roles
  • Those who seek to derive greater understanding of Design and through Life Cycle Asset Management of Offshore Marine Terminals
  • Marine Operations Superintendents, HSE Personnel subject matter experts (SME) for operational aspects of “ship to ship” transfer of LNG, in support of both European (EE) and worldwide terminal development projects, market access, and commercial efforts

Training Methods click here

How will this Training Course be Presented?

Participants to this training course shall receive a thorough training on the subjects covered by the outline with the Tutor utilising a variety of proven adult learning teaching and facilitation techniques. Training methodology includes:

  • A variety of proven adult learning techniques shall be used to ensure maximum understanding, comprehension and retention of the information presented
  • The daily workshops will be highly interactive and participative. This involves regular discussion of applications with the course instructor, as well as hands-on exposure to latest techniques using some supportive project and operational site video presentations

Delegates are strongly encouraged to bring operational experiences gained from their own work into the course workshops. This adds greater relevancy to the content. Emphasis is also placed on the periodic changes of International regulations and the effectiveness of the “management of change” procedures.

Daily Agenda click here

Day One: Design and Construction Codes for Marine Terminals - Offshore Assets

Competency Description: This session will feature key design & construction guidelines for building & operating an offshore marine asset; Focusing on design life cycle management, maintaining a stable asset risk profile with good reliability, production availability, Uptime performance as per ISO 20815 criteria

Key behaviours

  • Assist with developing procedures for safer and improved “Ship / shore” compatibility studies (SSCS), vessel approvals, scheduling, vessel, and equipment positioning, outfitting, logistics
  • Provide greater knowledge and awareness in Feasibility, HAZID/HAZOP studies, risk assessments, crew training, HSSE and QA/QC issues
  • Cooperative and collaborative support during an incident investigation, customer relations and business development presentations
  • Liaise with regulatory bodies, permitting agencies, port authorities, industry groups, (EE) Environmental Emissions and customer business units to provide comprehensive overviews of EE Ship to Shore (STS) capabilities

Topics to be covered

  • Updates on various International codes, standards, regulations will be presented
  • Recommended best practices will be tabled such that you can introduce updates and or possibly identify new management performance Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) that can be used on your assets, regionally specific criteria, including considerations for asset life cycle extensions.
  • Design Layouts, Plant optimization
  • Stage Gate Approval process and reaching a Design Freeze aligned with project financial investment decision stage gates, ageing asset life extension regimes
  • Use of Smart marine plant design to life cycle documentation process beneficial for project handover to asset operations teams

Day Two: Asset Management Responsibilities and Life Cycle Phased Inspection & Planned Preventative Maintenance Regimes 

Competency Description: This session will assist the delegates to understand how to improve the planning to safety critical elements of maintaining your marine assets operating condition.

Key behaviours

  • Conduct disciplined and regulated planned site safety inspections
  • Prepare and implement clearly defined, maintenance activities aligned to a structured maintenance philosophy, operating strategy
  • Understand how to develop written schemes of examinations that align to International Standards
  • Develop improved asset integrity maintenance practices
  • Improve assets condition by understanding the 5Lean Six Sigma principles

Topics to be covered

  • Various workshop sessions across design life cycle integrity criteria
  • Structural Integrity
  • Inspection regimes
  • Capturing key technical, operating performance standards, safety critical elements, integrity levels
  • Lean Design Life Cycle Concept
  • Process System safety improvements

Day Three: Lessons Learnt and the Knowledge Management Process

Competency Description: This session will include discussions on transferring of knowledge and experiences gained from “Lessons Learnt” on other offshore assets.

Key behaviours

  • Have the ability to contribute to shared learning
  • Developing and supporting improved procedures based on lessons learnt
  • Improving, adapting and refining one’s HSE safety leadership styles
  • Providing more oversight and focus to onsite asset condition and acting on reporting and improved measures in a timely manner
  • Embracing improved learning outcomes and applying these to your assets
  • Seeking to improve knowledge management, skills retention and safety culture across in your organization and asset teams

Topics to be covered

  • Mitigating risks from ageing structural integrity
  • Use of Pipeline Leak detection devices
  • Emergency pipeline repair systems (EPRS) strategies and availability of spare parts
  • Marine Warranty Surveillance (MWS) inspections and vessel Classification reviews
  • Hook Up and Commissioning issues
  • Incidents and or Accidents from Heavy Lifts
  • Planning for Asset Decommissioning

Day Four: Life Cycle Certification Updates, Periodic Life Cycle Asset Risk Based Inspection (RBI) and Life Extension Studies in Ageing Infrastructure

Competency Description: This session will focus on documentation management, periodic inspections and the process of managing ageing infrastructures

Key behaviours

  • Knowledge of Business Enterprise, Computer Maintenance Management Systems models and willingness to increase data tracking that can reduce documentation retention levels
  • Increase understanding of Asset Integrity life cycle, risk based inspection regimes
  • Develop understanding and awareness levels on ageing asset integrity management models
  • Develop risk management and asset management practices based upon “ case-studies” from other regions

Topics to be covered

  • Demonstration by worked examples and use of dynamic asset management data bases with condition performance monitoring support tools
  • How to develop asset risk models for repairs and necessary structural upgrades
  • Considerations for phased de-commissioning activities
  • Environmental regulatory reporting across your various asset sites
  • Storage and retention of key documents, electronic filing and had copies

Day Five: Offshore Installation Management

Competency Description: This session will cover international regulatory practices, safety case reporting and environmental management as per relevant ISO standards.

Key behaviours

  • Case Study Examples for a Floating Storage Re-Gasification Unit (FSRU)
  • “Ship to ship “transfer of gas from a LNG Carrier
  • Design considerations for remote Single Buoy Mooring (SBM) facility for berthing VLCC oil tankers
  • Life Cycle considerations for a Floating Production Storage & Offloading facilities (FPS0) and/or a subsea assets to a Floating Liquefied Natural Gas (FLNG) facility

Topics to be covered

  • Safety Leadership skills and key asset performance measures
  • Regulatory reporting of safety critical elements (SCE) and performance standards (PS) into SAP and other enterprise business management systems
  • Understanding of how to deliver robust design, construction and asset life cycle management operating expenditure (OPEX) budgets
  • Design Construction Regulations, Computerised Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS) appropriate ISO codes and standards refresher
  • Emergency Management and Major Accident Prevention Hazard analysis practices and wider operating parameter considerations

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Design Considerations for Marine Terminals
and Oil & Gas Marine Operating Assets


Code Date Venue Fees
OM113 07 - 11 Oct 2018 Dubai - UAE $4,750



Why Choose this Training Course?

If your company operates offshore assets and in particular Offshore Marine Terminals, Fixed Platform infrastructures with subsea pipelines, Floating Production Storage & Offloading (FPSO’s) and/or is entering into FSRU/FLNG assets with LNG Gas carriers and/or Oil tankers berthing at single buoy mooring terminals, then this PetroKnowledge training course is for you.

This interactive, applications-driven 5-day training course is focused on the key design, operability and life cycle asset integrity management considerations for constructing, operating an Offshore Asset such as a Marine Oil or Gas Terminal. This PetroKnowledge training course additionally addresses ageing asset infrastructure, life extension modeling with safety and regulatory guidance.

This training course will highlight:


Training Objectives

What are the Goals?

By the end of this training course, participants will be able to:

Target Audience

Who is this Training Course for?

This training course is suitable to a wide range of professionals but will greatly benefit:

Training Methods

How will this Training Course be Presented?

Participants to this training course shall receive a thorough training on the subjects covered by the outline with the Tutor utilising a variety of proven adult learning teaching and facilitation techniques. Training methodology includes:

Delegates are strongly encouraged to bring operational experiences gained from their own work into the course workshops. This adds greater relevancy to the content. Emphasis is also placed on the periodic changes of International regulations and the effectiveness of the “management of change” procedures.

Daily Agenda

Day One: Design and Construction Codes for Marine Terminals - Offshore Assets

Competency Description: This session will feature key design & construction guidelines for building & operating an offshore marine asset; Focusing on design life cycle management, maintaining a stable asset risk profile with good reliability, production availability, Uptime performance as per ISO 20815 criteria

Key behaviours

Topics to be covered

Day Two: Asset Management Responsibilities and Life Cycle Phased Inspection & Planned Preventative Maintenance Regimes 

Competency Description: This session will assist the delegates to understand how to improve the planning to safety critical elements of maintaining your marine assets operating condition.

Key behaviours

Topics to be covered

Day Three: Lessons Learnt and the Knowledge Management Process

Competency Description: This session will include discussions on transferring of knowledge and experiences gained from “Lessons Learnt” on other offshore assets.

Key behaviours

Topics to be covered

Day Four: Life Cycle Certification Updates, Periodic Life Cycle Asset Risk Based Inspection (RBI) and Life Extension Studies in Ageing Infrastructure

Competency Description: This session will focus on documentation management, periodic inspections and the process of managing ageing infrastructures

Key behaviours

Topics to be covered

Day Five: Offshore Installation Management

Competency Description: This session will cover international regulatory practices, safety case reporting and environmental management as per relevant ISO standards.

Key behaviours

Topics to be covered

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