Engineering Support-Maintenance & Reliability Courses

 

  1. Turbo-machinery Monitoring & Problem Analysis
  2. Principles of Reliability Engineering
  3. Overview of Pumps and Compressors in Oil and Gas Facilities
  4. Mechanical Engineering Support for Electrical and Instrumentation Systems
  5. Quality Management System & Procedure
  6. ISO 9000 Documentation
  7. DCS Distributed Control System
  8. Practical Pumps, Compressors and Valve Technology
  9. Equipment Maintenance planning, Scheduling and Work Control
  10. Facilities Engineering
  11. Gas Turbine Engines in Petroleum Industry
  12. Maintenance Management
  13. Root Cause Analysis – RCA
  14. Fault Tree Analysis – FTA
  15. FMCA – FMEA in Oil & Gas Industry
  16. Process Reliability & Six-Sigma in Oil & Gas Industry
  17. Computerized Maintenance Management Systems(CMMS)

 

  1. Turbo-machinery Monitoring & Problem Analysis in Oil Production

Who Should Attend: This training course is designed for engineers, technicians on mechanical, electrical, instrument reliability or maintenance department and those who provide support in the maintenance of production equipment in Oil and Gas Production.

Learning Expectations: Through this training course, attendees will learn to evaluate turbine performance during startup and operation; identify turbo-machinery system components; define and use appropriate monitoring techniques and tools; utilize effective operation and shutdown procedures; analyze common turbo-machinery problems, such as vibration and surge; solve instrumentation and control problems; understand the inter-relationships of turbine drivers, couplings / gearboxes, and end users.

Duration: One Week

  1. Principles of Reliability Engineering in Oil & Gas Production

Who Should Attend: This training course is designed for engineers, technicians on mechanical, electrical, instrument reliability or maintenance department and those who provide support in the maintenance of production equipment in Oil and Gas Production.

Learning Expectations: Through this training program, attendees will learn reliability engineering methods. A variety of topics are covered that include overview of reliability engineering methods; waybill analysis; root cause failure analysis; availability and capacity modeling; system reliability prediction and safety analysis; maintenance optimization; life cycle cost analysis.

Duration: One Week

  1. Overview of Pumps and Compressors in Oil and Gas Facilities

Who Should Attend: This training course is designed for engineers, technicians on mechanical, electrical, instrument reliability or maintenance department and those who provide support in the maintenance of production equipment.

Learning Expectations: This Overview of Pumps and Compressors in Oil and Gas Facilities training program focuses on the fundamental principles of operation and applications of pumps and compressors in the oil and gas facilities. Participants learn how to select, size and specify common pump and compressor equipment used in the oil and gas industry; integrate pump and compressor equipment with piping and other systems; identify physical principles and forces that occur in rotating equipment, focusing on pumps and compressors; use operating and troubleshooting techniques for pumps and compressors

Duration: One Week

  1. Mechanical Engineering Support for Electrical and Instrumentation Systems

Who Should Attend: This training course is designed for engineers, technicians on mechanical, electrical, instrument reliability or maintenance department and those who provide support in the maintenance of production equipment.

Learning Expectations: This Mechanical Engineering Support training program focuses on the mechanical engineering support for electrical and instrumentation systems. Participants learn how to integrate mechanical components into electrical design; work more closely with electrical and instrumentation engineers; assist with troubleshooting and failure analysis of electrical and instrument systems; design mechanical components of hazardous areas and zones; work with electrical codes and standards. A variety of topics are covered that include typical areas of support; common problems; codes and standards; component design issues; material selection; interface with electrical systems; interface with instrumentation; reliability and robustness; integration with machinery requirements; rotating components; frames and bases; vibration; buildings and enclosures; space requirements; climate control; ancillary systems and utilities.

Duration: One Week

  1. Quality Management System & Procedures

Who Should Attend: This training course was designed for human resources, quality personnel, engineers, technicians, compliance officers and all other personnel involved in ensuring high standard quality is met and maintained with the oil and gas production industry.

Learning Expectations: This quality management training course will provide you with training in how to identify system problems, process problems, design quality problems, and more. At the end of the quality management training you will be able to do much more than recognize the issues, you will also have learned how to recommend changes and play a role in seeing their successful implementation within your organization. implement a total quality management system.

Duration: One Week

  1. ISO 9000 Documentation

Who Should Attend: This training course is designed for engineers, technicians, quality personnel, human resources, compliance officers, documentation staff, production and all other personnel involved in ensuring high standard quality is met and maintained with the oil and gas production industry. A must for everyone who is involved in the improvement, processes, products, and implementation of effective procedures, enhancing quality, compliance with requirements, reliability, performance of the entire system and ultimately profitability of your organization.

Learning Expectations: This ISO 9000 Documentation training program covers an effective documentation system that helps reduce risks due to non-compliance, and eliminates delays due to unclear or vague information. A variety of topics are covered that includes the benefits of ISO 9000, document control, audit check list, quality manual, implementation procedures for ISO 900, key process master list and templates, tips and setbacks for ISO 9000 implementation.

Duration: One Week

  1. DCS – Distributed Control System

Who Should Attend: This training course is designed especially for engineers, technicians, operators involved in use of DCS systems for production control and monitoring in oil and gas production industry.

Learning Expectations: A variety of topics are covered in this Distributed Control System training course, that include introduction to control systems, applications of DCS system, architectural evolution for DCS, hardware architecture of DCS, processor, power supply, I/O modules, communication bus, operator and engineering station, redundancy, comparison between the hardware PLC & DCS, and practical exposure on DCS system

Duration: One Week

  1. Practical Pumps, Compressors and Valves Technology in Oil and Gas

Who Should Attend: This training course was created for engineers, team leaders, maintenance, engineering, production technicians on mechanical, electrical, instrument reliability or maintenance department, and those who provide support in the maintenance of production equipment in petroleum oil and gas production industry

Learning Expectations: This training program is specially designed to introduce participants to the practical and fundamental principles of operation, applications, and terminologies of different types of pumps, compressors, and valves commonly used in the petroleum oil and gas facilities. The practical applications, operation, troubleshooting and maintenance of these equipment are will be dealt with in depth. Participants learn how to select, size and specify and trouble shoot common pump, compressor, packing, mechanical seals and sealing systems, bearings and couplings and valve equipment used in the oil and gas industry; integrate pump and compressor equipment with piping and other systems; identify physical principles and forces that occur in rotating equipment, focusing on pumps and compressors; use operating and troubleshooting techniques for pumps and compressors. Through this program, participants would gain in-depth understanding of the different types of pumps, compressors and valves; how to select, size, operate, monitor, troubleshoot associated problems, maintenance strategy for maximum efficiency, availability and reliability in the oil and gas industry.

Duration: One Week

  1. Maintenance Planning, Scheduling and Work Control

Who Should Attend: This training course is for engineers, team leaders, maintenance managers, superintendents, supervisors, planners, engineering, production technicians on mechanical, electrical, instrument reliability or maintenance department, operating personnel, materials managers, maintenance support assistants personnel engaged in work management, planning and scheduling and those who provide support in the maintenance of production equipment in petroleum oil and gas production industry

Learning Expectations: The Maintenance Planning, Scheduling and Work Control training course is designed to help participants develop critical skills in physical asset and equipment maintenance planning, scheduling and work control using a combination of business process and gap analysis techniques. This program covers both electrical and mechanical preventive maintenance (EPM/MPM). Participants learn step by step the modern techniques in predictive and preventive maintenance from design, installation, inspection, testing and operation, prevent equipment failure, response and manage emergency situations, identify work, prioritize. A variety of topics are covered which include modern maintenance and management practices, maintenance strategy development process and objectives, equipment classification and identification, maintenance policies and logistics planning, equipment functions and performance standards, failure modes, effects and consequences, failure management techniques, emergency response, work identification, prioritization, work planning, scheduling and control, information, execution, history records, predictive and preventive maintenance and performance management, audit performance indicators.
Design, Inspection/Testing

Duration: One Week

  1. Facilities Engineering

Who Should Attend: This facilities engineering training course program is designed for facilities engineers, reservoir engineers, petroleum engineers, well engineers, support engineers and those involved in field development planning.

Learning Expectations: Through this training course program, participants will develop an understanding of fundamental principles, common practices and technology developments in facilities engineering. They will learn to develop alternative facilities design concepts, project development and management techniques, identify the required resources, prepare capital and operating cost estimates (Capex and Opex) and expenditure phasing based on initial project execution planning. A variety of topics are covered including Introduction to onshore and offshore oil and gas development and production; key planning steps in the project development process; the role of the facilities engineers; alternative project scenarios and facility design concepts; assessing risks and technical feasibility of selected options; project management overview; project organization and technical support; project execution plans (areas to be covered); work breakdown structures and Cost Time Resources analysis; financial planning and cost control; screening capital and operating cost estimates planning; scheduling (MS-project, critical path, resourcing); contracts (strategies, tendering, change control, regulations); assessing economic viability; economic analysis techniques; profitability indicators: net present value, payout time, maximum exposure, earning power, unit technical cost, break even price, profitability index, sensitivities & spider diagrams net-back calculation techniques; Safety, HSE management (overview, risk management, QC, permit systems, organization, platform escape, fire protection); quality management and interface with operations and maintenance

Duration: One Week

  1. Gas Turbine Engines in Petroleum Industry

Who Should Attend: This Gas Turbine training course program is designed for maintenance engineers, team leaders, engineering, production technicians on mechanical, electrical, instrument reliability or maintenance department, and those who provide support in the maintenance of production equipment in petroleum oil and gas production industry.

Learning Expectations: This training program focuses on the fundamental principles of operation and maintenance of gas turbine engines. A variety of topics are covered that include: Introduction to gas turbine engines, advantages and applications in the industry, including oil & gas; Components of gas turbines engines, compressors, combustors,, turbines, accessory components, start system, air system, lube system, fuel system, control system; Performance and specifications, leading particulars, compressor characteristics, turbine characteristics, component losses; Gas turbine Maintenance, inlet air filtration, compressor blade erosion, compressor fouling, tip clang, compressor foreign object damage, turbine FOD, cooling air passage blockage, locking of turbine blade roots, hot corrosion, fires and explosions, vibration, fuels, inspection schedules, safety precautions, engine cleaning, bore scope inspections, crack testing, bearings, fuel nozzles, filters; Condition monitoring, engine control systems, operating data, data logging, diagnostics and trend analysis, instrumentation, pressure sensors, thermocouples, vibration pickups rotational speed measurement

Duration: One Week

  1. Maintenance Management in the Petroleum Industry

Who Should Attend: The Maintenance Management training course program is designed for maintenance engineers, managers, team leaders, engineering, production supervisors, production technicians on mechanical, electrical, instrument reliability or maintenance department, and those who provide support in the maintenance of production equipment in petroleum oil and gas production industry.

Learning Expectations: This training program focuses on the fundamental and best practices of maintenance management in the petroleum oil and gas industry and how to achieve cost savings and efficiency improvement. The training course equip participants with knowledge and skills of best practices information to necessary to establish, build, and sustain an effective maintenance operation at lower cost and increased productivity. A variety of topics are covered that include: an overview of maintenance initiatives, maintenance in the organization, maintenance structure, goals and objectives, capacity planning, backlog management and priorities, computerized maintenance management System, planning, scheduling and coordination of maintenance activities, bottleneck analysis, work flow and processes, work order system and processing, asset management, key performance metrics and indicators for maintenance, and many more. At the end of the training program, attendees would have acquired the skills needed to define their maintenance program and workload, coordinate maintenance and production schedules, handle multiple maintenance priorities develop metrics to monitor and track their maintenance performance, use the metrics to communicate success to the rest of the organization, understand preventive, predictive, corrective and breakdown maintenance, increase the reliability of your equipment.

Duration: One Week

  1. Root Cause Analysis (RCA) in the Petroleum Industry

Who Should Attend: The Root Cause Analysis in the Petroleum Oil & Gas Industry training course program is designed for engineers, maintenance engineers, project engineers, managers, team leaders, engineering, production supervisors, production technicians on mechanical, electrical, instrument reliability or maintenance department, and those responsible for preventing or determining the causes of systems failures or provide support in the maintenance of production equipment in petroleum oil and gas production industry.

Learning Expectations: This root cause analysis training program focuses on the principles and best practices of how to identify and eliminate the root causes of failures occurring in simple or complex systems in the petroleum oil and gas industry. It emphasizes the development and implementation of a failure analysis methodology for use throughout the organization. At the end of the course, attendees would become equipped with skills to identify potential failure causes or dominant failure modes using fault tree analysis; procedures and technologies for working through various types of systems failures; how to take corrective action alternatives and a framework for selecting optimal intermediate and longer-term corrective actions; identify the root causes of systems failures, select and implement effective corrective actions; objectively evaluate the likelihood of each potential failure cause; proactively eliminate additional potential failure causes before they occur; learn to work together in an effective multi-disciplinary team environment to resolve complex system failures.

Duration: One Week

  1. Fault Tree Analysis – FTA

Who Should Attend: This training course is designed for engineers, maintenance engineers, project engineers, managers, team leaders, engineering, production supervisors, production technicians on mechanical, electrical, instrument reliability or maintenance department, and those responsible for preventing or determining the causes of systems failures or provide support in the maintenance of production equipment in petroleum oil and gas production industry.

Learning Expectations: The Fault Tree Analysis is one of the core techniques used in reliability, risk and safety analyses. This fault tree analysis training program provides attendees with the knowledge and skills to perform a qualitative fault tree analysis of a system, to interpret fault tree analysis results, determine when to use fault tree analysis instead of other analytical techniques, such as the FMEA, to evaluate a system. A variety of topics are covered which include an introduction to Fault Tree Analysis, availability, reliability, failure frequencies; construction of fault trees, gate and event symbols, causal relations; minimal cut sets and the techniques for obtaining them; basic probability theory, including independent events, exclusivity, and the addition and multiplication laws.; component failure and repair models; system quantification including minimal cut set unavailability’s and failure frequencies, initiating and enabling events and the modification of expressions for calculating frequencies; importance analysis and details methods; common cause failures and details calculation models; house events and how to use them to temporarily re-configure fault trees; non-coherent fault trees and the use of NOT gates and Exclusive OR gates.

Duration: One Week

  1. FMCA / FMEA in the Oil and Gas Industry

Who Should Attend: This training course is designed for engineers, maintenance engineers, project engineers, managers, team leaders, engineering, production supervisors, production technicians on mechanical, electrical, instrument reliability or maintenance department, and those responsible for reliability of equipment or provide support in the maintenance of production equipment in petroleum oil and gas production industry.

Learning Expectations: The FMCA / FMEA training program provideS attendees with a thorough understanding and working knowledge of FMCA / FMEA and related analyses. Attendees learn the concepts and best practice procedures for performing FMEAs; examine the key factors that contribute to successful FMEA projects and how to implement an effective FMEA process. Participants learn to proactively consider potential failures, prioritize issues based on risk and then initiate improvements early in development when modifications tend to have the biggest impact for the lowest cost. Topics covered during this training include: an introduction and overview of FMCA / FMEA, as part of reliability strategy; applications and benefits in the oil and gas industry; FMEA analysis process and flow diagrams; how to use FMEA/FMCA to improve process; how to identify and evaluate failure modes, effects and causes; design review based on failure mode ; Role of FMEA in Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM); key factors for effective FMEA projects; most common mistakes made by FMEA practitioners and how to correct them; how to perform FMEA audits.

Duration: One Week

  1. Process Reliability and Six Sigma in the Oil and Gas Industry

Who Should Attend: This training course is designed for engineers, maintenance engineers, project engineers, managers, team leaders, engineering, production supervisors, production technicians on mechanical, electrical, instrument reliability or maintenance department, and those responsible for reliability of equipment or provide support in the maintenance of production equipment in petroleum oil and gas production industry.

Learning Expectations: The Process Reliability and Six-Sigma training program provides attendees with a thorough understanding and working knowledge how to apply the six-sigma principles to achieve process reliability and cut cost in the petroleum oil and gas industry. Process reliability is a method for identifying problems, which have significant cost reduction opportunities for improvements. Concepts from six-sigma methodology are used to establish the effective nameplate capacity rating for the process. The differences between the nameplate rating and the demonstrated production are labeled as efficiency and utilization losses. This program provides participants with knowledge and skills on how to apply the six-sigma (DMAIC) principles to achieve process reliability and reduce cost. A variety of topics are covered which include an introduction to the Six Sigma; the Six Sigma fundamentals; process discovery, defining the baseline and expectations, understand the scope and processes involved; how to identify wastes; measure and capability, define current metrics and variances, Six Sigma Statistics; how to analyze root cause (5 why, trends analysis), “X” Sifting; inferential statistics and hypothesis testing; improve; define to be process, control points, plan implementation, control charts; advanced capability, lean controls; defect controls; Six Sigma control plans

Duration: Two Weeks

  1. Computerized Maintenance Management Systems

Who Should Attend: This training course is designed for engineers, technicians on mechanical, electrical, instrument reliability or maintenance department and those who provide support in the maintenance of production equipment in Oil and Gas Production.

Learning Expectations: Through this training course, attendees will learn to evaluate turbine performance during startup and operation; identify turbo-machinery system components; define and use appropriate monitoring techniques and tools; utilize effective operation and shutdown procedures; analyze common turbo-machinery problems, such as vibration and surge; solve instrumentation and control problems; understand the inter-relationships of turbine drivers, couplings / gearboxes, and end users.

Duration: One Week