29 - 31 August 2022


Oman Convention & Exhibition Centre, Muscat, Oman

Workshop

WORKSHOP 1 8:30am - 12:30pm
USING ROOT-CAUSE ANALYSIS TO IMPROVE CORROSION MANAGEMENT RISKS

MR.ASSER AL BAHLANI,

MATERIAL CORROSION SPECIALIST

 

Workshop Content:

Material failures can lead to major or catatsrophic accidents. The outcomes of many invetigations don’t necessery focus on the technical aspects of how these material degradation should be prevented. Inaddition, the lesson learnt don’t suffeciently qualify or attackle the latent failures.

 

Workshop Objectives and the take-away  

  1. Understanding of theRoot cause analysis processes, expectation, and
  2. Discuss the prerequists for a RCA, and what are the  material/corrosion/integrity specielist role in the invetigation.
  3. Data collection best practices
  4. Defining Lab assessment scope
  5. Defining the type of causes in a root cause analysis and when to stop.
  6. The tools and methodologies for orgnizing findings and reaching conculsions.
  7. How to derive corrective and preventive actions.
  8. Leason learnt and the Corroison mngent improvement cycle.

Closing the feedback loope to improve the corrosion managmnet stratgies

WORKSHOP 2 8:30am - 12:30pm
CORROSION RESISTANCE MATERIAL - DUPLEX STAINLESS STEEL FABRICATION

1. Introduction

Mr. Hussein Salmi – Lead Welding and NDT Engineer, PDO

 

2. Duplex Stainless steel in Oil and Gas Industries

Mr. Manivannan C Eng, Sen MWeldI – Sr. Welding Engineer, PDO

1. Introduction to DSS Metallurgy

2. Base material Heat treatment requirements

3. Key variables and parameters for welding

4. Qualification Testing Requirements

5. Good practices in fabrication

 

3. Latest trends in fabrication of DSS

Mr. Per-Ake – ESAB

1. The Sandvik welding acquisition by ESAB and the new name

[Exaton for special alloys] – [High quality FM, Manufactured inside ESAB’s factories, etc…]
2. Basic welding Metallurgy of DSS
3. The role of important elements
4. HDSS and applications, focusing on Oil and Gas segment – [e.g. Processing Equipment, Root Pass for SDSS – Benefits from the use etc…]
5. Success stories and cases

 

4. Pickling & Passivation on DSS & High Alloyed Materials

Mr. Prem Titus – Callington

 

 

5. Inspection methods and techniques in DSS material
Mr.  Shivakumar Kenchangoudra – Sr. NDE Engineer – PDO

1. Conventional NDE technique

2. Advance NDE methods

3. Boroscope Inspection for discoloration checks

4. Advantages and disadvantages

 

6. Embrittlement during Manufacturing of DSS HP Piping Component

Mr. Shahul Hameed C Eng, MWeldI – Sr. Welding Engineer – PDO
  1. Introduction
  2. Various phase/intermetallic
  3.  CVN requirements
  4.  Steps to overcome the embrittlement

 

7. DDA Solutions – Indu Suite

Mr. Roberto – ESAB
  1. InduSuite Features and Benefits
  2. Weldcloud Notes
  3. Weldcloud Productivity – [Focusing welding monitoring]

WORKSHOP 3 8:30am - 12:30pm
STRUCTURE’S CORROSION CONTROL AND REMAINING LIFE ASSESSMENT

ENG. SUFYAN AL MAMARI,
SENIOR ASSET MANAGEMENT ENGINEER, SOHAR PORT & FREE ZONE
Session 1: Introduction
  • Corrosion Introduction
  • Inspection
  • Element of In-Process Inspection
  • In-service Inspection
  • Inspector Responsibility
Session 6: Cathodic Protection
  • Cathodic Protection overview
  • Corrosion Cell
  • What is Cathodic Protection?
  • Cathodic Protection and corrosion cell
  • How Cathodic Protections Work
  • Reference Cell
  • Cathodic Protection system
  • Factors Impacting CP System
Session 2: Port Structure Type
  • Structure Types: Deck on Piles
  • Structure Type: Dolphins
  • Structure Type: Monopiles
  • Structure Types: Sheet Pile
  • Mooring Equipment
Session 7: Corrosion Preventive Maintenance Program
  • Corrosion Control Program
  • Maintenance Philosophy
  • Purposes of Assessment
  • Inspection Type
  • Inspection Level
  • Program Goals and Objectives
  • Grading System
  • Facility Breakdown
Session 3: Corrosion and Corrosion Control
  • Port Infrastructure Protection
  • Corrosion Process
  • Other Engineering Materials used in Port Infrastructure
  • Corrosion Process of Metals and Steel
  • Corrosion Cell
  • Corrosion of Steel Structures’ Port
  • Corrosion Rate
  • Port Challenges with corrosion control
  • Coating Degradation
  • Types of Corrosion
  • Effect of Corrosion
  • Corrosion control
Session 8: Data Collection and Management System
  • Data Collection
  • Critical Inspection Areas
  • Survey
Session 4: Protective coating
  • Liquid-applied Coating
  • Other Protection coating
  • Coating Components
  • Curing Mechanism
  • Mode of Protection
  • Common Coating in Port Sector
  • Maintenance Options
Session 9: Corrosion protection system assessment
  • Evaluation Process
  • Safety
  • Evaluation Philosophy
  • Deterioration of Coating
  • Deterioration of Substrate
  • Critical Area of Concern
  • Coating condition
  • Evaluation Techniques
Session 5: Splash Zone system
  • Splash Zone system
  • Corrosion Rate Profiler for Steel
Session 10: Visual inspection and Assessment
  • Practical ‘Example to evaluate port structure

WORKSHOP 4 1:00pm - 05:00pm
PROTECTIVE COATINGS FOR CORROSION PROTECTION – THE 1ST LINE OF DEFENSE FOR ONSHORE & OFFSHORE FACILITIES

MUNZIR KHAN / DIVAN CONRADIE,

ENERGY MIDDLE EAST OIL & GAS, HEMPEL
 

  1. Session 1 -Introduction Coating Technology &
  2. Session 2 – Importance of Surface Preparation
  3. Session3 – O&G Target Application for Onshore & Offshore Facilities
  4. Session 4 – Specialty Coatings TIC (Thermally Insulative Coatings) & Hydrocarbon PFP

WORKSHOP 5 1:00pm - 05:00pm
PIPELINE INTERNAL CORROSION CONTROL & MANAGEMENT

DR. ANIL BHARDWAJ,

FELLOW NACE INTERNATIONAL, FORMER GROUP GENERAL MANAGER, ONGC AND HOD

WORKSHOP CONTENT:

SessionTopics
Session 1Introduction to Electrochemical and Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion as Relevant to Pipeline Internal Corrosion
Session 2Mechanisms of Pipeline Internal Corrosion
Session 3Pipeline Internal Corrosion Control
Session 4Learning from Failure Case Studies of Pipeline Internal Corrosion

WORKSHOP 6 1:00pm - 05:00pm
WELDER QUALIFICATION BASED ON ASME SEC IX

MR. ANEESH CB,

SITE INSPECTION TRAINING CENTRE

WORKSHOP CONTENT:

  1. Qualification codes
  2. Welder qualification parameters
  3. Qualification range based on testing parameters
  4. Essential and non-essential variables
  5. Types of testing (destructive and non-destructive)
  6. Documentation

Theme Speaker Time

WORKSHOP 1


PIPELINE INTERNAL CORROSION CONTROL & MANAGEMENT

DR. ANIL BHARDWAJ


FELLOW NACE INTERNATIONAL, FORMER GROUP GENERAL MANAGER, ONGC AND HOD
0830 - 1230 HRS

WORKSHOP 2


DSS MATERIAL COVERING MATERIAL SELECTION, WELDING PROCESS, WELDING CONSUMABLE, WELDING METALLURGY AND CONSTRUCTION

SPEAKERS (TBA)


PETROLEUM DEVELOPMENT OMAN
0830 - 1230 HRS

WORKSHOP 3


STRUCTURE’S CORROSION CONTROL AND REMAINING LIFE ASSESSMENT

ENG. SUFYAN AL MAMARI


SENIOR ASSET MANAGEMENT ENGINEER, SOHAR PORT & FREE ZONE
0830 - 1230 HRS

WORKSHOP 4


PROTECTIVE COATINGS FOR CORROSION PROTECTION – THE 1ST LINE OF DEFENSE FOR ONSHORE & OFFSHORE FACILITIES

MUNZIR KHAN / DIVAN CONRADIE

ENERGY MIDDLE EAST OIL & GAS, HEMPEL

1300 - 1700 HRS

WORKSHOP 5


USING ROOT-CAUSE ANALYSIS TO IMPROVE CORROSION MANAGEMENT RISKS

MR. NASSER AL BAHLANI


MATERIAL CORROSION SPECIALIST
1300 - 1700 HRS

WORKSHOP 6


WELDING WORKSHOP

MR. ANEESH CB


SITE INSPECTION TRAINING CENTRE
1300 - 1700 HRS

Containing pipeline internal corrosion within design limits is always a challenging issue with upstream, midstream and downstream oil and gas operators. An understanding of the various causes of corrosion, electrochemical or microbiological, and influencing factors such as temperature, pressure, flow, design, material of construction etc. is essential to be able to take remedial and corrective measures to keep corrosion under control. Selection and choice of right monitoring, inspection and assessment techniques helps to decide, develop, and manage internal corrosion control programs. The workshop will deal with the various facets of Pipeline Internal Corrosion to empower participants to understand corrosion mechanisms operative in a given pipeline system and then adopt appropriate corrosion mitigation, monitoring and management methods.

Moderator: Dr Anil Bhardwaj, Fellow NACE International, Former Group General Manager, ONGC and HOD Materials & Corrosion, Institute of Engineering and Ocean Technology, ONGC. He was awarded NACE Fellowship in 2021 & has 38 years’ experience in oil and gas industry. He has extensive experience working in the energy industry & was Head of Materials & Corrosion Section, 35 years of service in ONGC. He has published / presented more than 100 papers & edited three books as main contributor: Internal Corrosion of Pipelines, Published by Narosa Publications Corrosion Case Studies, Published by NACE International Gateway India Section (NIGIS), Learning from Failure Case Studies, Published by ONGC. He also wrote monogram “Do’s and Do not – Corrosion Inhibitor Applications”.

He is recepient of many awards like NACE Fellow, NACE “Meritorious Contribution Award” for the year 2016 – A National Award, National Corrosion Council of India’s (NCCI) Meritorious Award – 2016 for Meritorious Contribution to Corrosion Research, NACE “Corrosion Awareness Award” for the year 2000 – A National Award.

DR. ANIL BHARDWAJ

Fellow NACE International,
Former Group General Manager, ONGC and HOD
Materials & Corrosion, IEOT, ONGC

DR. ANIL BHARDWAJ

Fellow NACE International,
Former Group General Manager, ONGC and HOD
Materials & Corrosion, IEOT, ONGC

Workshop

“PIPElINE INTERNAl CORROSION CONTROl AND MANAGEMENT”

29th August 2022

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