As the world’s oil and gas reserves become depleted, companies are exploring production in more remote locations and deeper waters. The pressures, temperatures and compositions of the produced fluids and the seawater environment, place substantial demands on materials of construction. Intervention costs increase significantly in deeper waters and inspection and monitoring for equipment integrity become more difficult. The industry has witnessed some expensive materials-related equipment failures, from which practitioners can learn – the course is intended to benefit engineers and others involved in design, specification, commissioning, operation, maintenance, repair or refurbishment of underwater oil and gas production equipment and related facilities, and engineers, managers and quality/integrity assurance engineers from operating companies and specialist subsea contractors. Delivered in English by experts from leading operating companies, the course is split over five mornings (9am-1pm UK time, Mon – Fri).
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