OIL AND GAS PIPELINE RISK AND INTEGRITY MANAGEMENT

OIL AND GAS PIPELINE RISK AND INTEGRITY MANAGEMENT
September, 4th – 6th  2013,  Phoenix  Hotel Yogyakarta



Training Course Description
Pipeline Integrity Management System (PIMS) is the most current and modern integrated management system to insure business continuity, public and environmental safety for gas pipeline transportation operation for both distribution and transmission pipelines.  The purpose of PIMS implementation is to manage the risk to the acceptable levels.  Therefore, as a backbone of any PIMS program, the risk assessment methodology is of critically important and will be discussed in more specific details including pipeline damage mechanism, pipeline failure modes analysis, and formulation of pipeline probability of failure and consequence of failures followed by risk categorization. 
The training will also cover detail integrity assessment, inspection, maintenance and repair plan. To enhance the coverage, PIMS is usually combined with geographical information system (GIS) and monitoring system to control the pipeline right of way (ROW) more effectively. Data base management system along with pipeline management system follows specific rules, documentation, and procedures outlined by ASME B31.8S, API 1160, and ISO 9000 quality system, are therefore becomes important part for the successful pipeline risk and integrity management  implementation. In this training course, ASME 31.8S, ASME B31G, API 1160 and other related method and procedures, will be addressed and discussed.

Training Benefit
The pipeline risk and integrity management program is designed to benefit pipeline engineers, inspectors, supervisors and manager, public safety, and all stake holders by supplementing existing safety requirements with both risk based management and mechanical integrity principles that focus on safety risks in high consequence areas, such as highly populated or frequented areas.  It introduced a new perspective on pipeline operations in the most cost effective way.


Who Should Attend
Inspectors, Engineers and Managers

Material Syllabus Outlines
  • Review Design Code ASME B31.4 and B31.8 for Gas and Oil Pipelines
  • Introduction to Pipeline Integrity Management (as per ASME B 31.8S
  • and API 1160
  • Pipeline Integrity Management Life Cycle
  • Pipeline Damage Mechanism and Failure Mode
  • Pipeline Risk Assessment and Methodology Development
  • Threat and Hazard Identification along Pipeline Right of Way  (ROW)
  • Geohazard Risk Assessment along ROW
  • Determination of Probability of Failure and Consequence of Failure
  • Determination of High Consequence Area and Hazard Area
  • Internal and External Corrosion Control and Monitoring
  • Fire and Explosion Analysis for Gas Pipeline
  • Pool-fire Calculation for Oil Pipeline
  • Mechanical Integrity Assessment (Fitness for Services / FFS Analysis)
(metal loss due to corrosion as per ASME B31.G and RStrength) 
  • Mechanical Integrity Assessment (Fitness for Services / FFS Analysis)

(Fatigue, free span, denting)

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