Quality Measuring Instruments for Operations

An Intensive 5-day Training Course

Quality Measuring Instruments for Operations

Improving Quality and Reducing Risk

Quality Measuring Instruments for Operations

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09 - 13 Sep 2024 Dubai - UAE $5,950 RESERVE A SEAT

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Why Choose this Training Course?

Oil & Gas well outputs may contain a significant number of pollutants, chemicals, or minerals that affect production quality and the operation of plant facilities. For example, the various corrosion attacks of Mercury on materials such as stainless steel at gas wells is well known. These pollutants, chemicals, and minerals also affect the water quality at plant facilities. Furthermore, the effect of these pollutants, chemicals, and minerals on the environment is a cause for concern. Thus it is important to measure the quality of oil, gas, and water at Oil & Gas plant facilities which are done using specialized quality measurement instruments (QMI).

The highlights of the Quality Measuring Instruments for Operations training course include:

  • Implications of quality on measuring instruments
  • Emphasis on measuring principles, application and installation requirements, sample handling, and operation and maintenance requirements of QMI
  • Characteristics and handling of instruments related to Gas Chromatograph, Reid Vapour Pressure, Hydrocarbon Dewpoint, Moisture (Water Dewpoint), Watercut, Mercury, H2S, CO2, pH, Conductivity, Salinity, Turbidity, and Redox

What are the Goals?

To get attendees familiar with the measuring principles, application requirements, installation requirements, sample handling, operation and maintenance requirements of the instruments for measuring most important quality performance measures related to Oil & Gas well outputs and surrounding water.

Who is this Training Course for?

The Quality Measuring Instruments for Operations training course is designed to be of substantial benefit to:

  • Lead Instrument Engineer or technician
  • Senior Instrument Engineer or technician
  • Senior Instrument Systems Engineer
  • Lead Instrument Projects Engineer
  • Instrument Systems Engineers or technician
  • Quality Personnel
  • Environmental Personnel

How will this Training Course be Presented?

Delegates will be encouraged to fully participate in this technical seminar through the use of syndicate workshop presentations, group discussions, and workshops. A hard-copy manual (and CD), PowerPoint slides, relevant DVD material, handouts and instrument documentation will be fully utilised. The training course explains these techniques in a clear fashion and will include daily summaries, drills, and workshops designed so that the delegates can effectively apply the course material in their daily work.

Organisational Impact

When delegates return to their place of work, organizations will benefit from the following:

  • Participants introduced to the measuring principles and application requirements of QMI
  • Participants introduced to the installation requirements of QMI
  • Participants introduced to procedures to handle samples for quality measurements
  • Participants introduced to the operation and maintenance requirements of QMI

Personal Impact

When delegates return to their place of work, they will benefit from the following:

  • Participate in specialized training in QMI
  • Get in depth knowledge using QMI
  • Become familiar QMI requirements
  • Participate in drills and workshops
  • Network with fellow delegates

Daily Agenda

Day One: Introduction to Quality Measuring Instruments (QMI)
    • Oil & Gas Well output quality
    • Water quality
    • Implications for Operations
    • Implications for the Environment
    • Implications for Technicians and Maintenance Personnel
    • Measuring Instruments
  • Gas Chromatograph
    • Measuring Principles
    • Application Requirements
    • Installation Requirements
    • Sample handling
    • Operation and Maintenance Requirements
Day Two:Reid Vapour Pressure
    • Measuring Principles
    • Application Requirements
    • Installation Requirements
    • Sample handling
    • Operation and Maintenance Requirements
  •  Hydrocarbon Dewpoint
    • Measuring Principles
    • Application Requirements
    • Installation Requirements
    • Sample handling
    • Operation and Maintenance Requirements
  • Moisture (Water Dewpoint)
    • Measuring Principles
    • Application Requirements
    • Installation Requirements
    • Sample handling
    • Operation and Maintenance Requirements
Day Three: Watercut
    • Measuring Principles
    • Application Requirements
    • Installation Requirements
    • Sample handling
    • Operation and Maintenance Requirements
  • Mercury
    • Measuring Principles
    • Application Requirements
    • Installation Requirements
    • Sample handling
    • Operation and Maintenance Requirements
  • H2S
    • Measuring Principles
    • Application Requirements
    • Installation Requirements
    • Sample handling
    • Operation and Maintenance Requirements
Day Four: CO2
    • Measuring Principles
    • Application Requirements
    • Installation Requirements
    • Sample handling
    • Operation and Maintenance Requirements
  • pH
    • Measuring Principles
    • Application Requirements
    • Installation Requirements
    • Sample handling
    • Operation and Maintenance Requirements
  • Conductivity
    • Measuring Principles
    • Application Requirements
    • Installation Requirements
    • Sample handling
    • Operation and Maintenance Requirements
Day Five: Salinity
    • Measuring Principles
    • Application Requirements
    • Installation Requirements
    • Sample handling
    • Operation and Maintenance Requirements
  •  Turbidity
    • Measuring Principles
    • Application Requirements
    • Installation Requirements
    • Sample handling
    • Operation and Maintenance Requirements
  •  Redox
    • Measuring Principles
    • Application Requirements
    • Installation Requirements
    • Sample handling
    • Operation and Maintenance Requirements

Certificate

  • On successful completion of this Training Course / Online Training Course, a PetroKnowledge Certificate / E-Certificate will be awarded to the delegates.

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GLOMACS Training

Our collaboration with GLOMACS aims to provide the best training services and benefits for our valued clients

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • To register online through our website, please click “Enroll Now” on the course page, complete and submit the form. A confirmation e-mail and instructions will be sent to the participant’s e-mail.
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  • Payments can be made in USD or UAE local currency AED (Arab Emirates Dirhams) either by Bank Transfer or by Credit Card. Our Bank Account details will be provided on the invoice.
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  • The course fee shall be settled prior to course start date. Corporate payments with existing payment policy shall be relayed to us in advance.

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