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Pipeline Design and Analysis Training

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Day 1
• Concepts of piping and its differences with pipeline
• Codes for Pipeline Design
• Pipeline as means of Gas transportation
• Transmission and Distributions pipelines
• Case study 1

Day 2
• Pipeline versus LNG options: choice and limitations
• Pipeline Design Codes and Standards
• Pipeline Design Basis
• Case study 2

Day 3
• Flow regimes in Gas pipelines
• Area classification and design factor considerations
• Pipeline Route Analysis, selection and Right Of Way (R.O.W)
• Case study 3

Day 4
• Compressor station spacing’s and sizing
• Simulation demonstration of Pipeline Flow regimes and compression
• Pipeline looping versus compression option
• Pipeline crossing and planning
• Case study 4

Day 5
• Offshore pipeline concept and approach
• Onshore pipeline concept and approach
• Pipeline looping simulations
• Case study 5

Pipeline Design and Analysis Training Course

The course is design to provide both theoretical and practical understanding of pipeline systems design and concepts, including design basis considerations, right of way, sizing, design stages, construction, maintenance among many others. The course also covers design standards and codes in the pipeline design as means of oil and gas transportation. The course covers the Conceptual Engineering, Front End, through Detailed Design, as well as Construction stages. It provides the basic underpinning engineering knowledge and theories, equations and models; through the practical applications using case studies of several pipelines from the facilitator work experience at each stage of the training, as well as including software modelling and simulation for specific stage of design. This unique combination of theory, videos, case studies and software model training help engineers to bridge their theory and practice understanding in the design of liquid and gas pipelines.

The target of this course is to enable participants understand how to:
• To understand the flow regimes in pipelines
• To identify pipeline route and area classifications
• To understand pipeline design and construction stages
• To identify compressor stations requirements along gas pipelines
• To understand pipeline expansion options and limitations

Process Engineers, Flow Assurance Engineers, Pipeline Engineers, Mechanical Engineers, Instrumentations and Control Engineers, Safety Engineers, and managers or supervisors dealing directly with gas pipelines design, operations, regulations and maintenance.

Continuing Professional Development