Practical Internal Corrosion Control And Monitoring In Oil & Gas Operations – BALI


April 5-8, 2011



IDR 8.750.000,-/ Person, (excluded tax 10% and accommodation) Registration and payment deadline a weeks before training held.


Hilman Ahmad
This specially designed course will be conducted by Hilman Ahmad & Associates, an Independent Consultant in industrial oil and gas, member of the Society of Indonesian Petroleum Engineers, who manage the Professional Industrial Oil & Gas Education Center, and has been practicing production operation & safety and corrosion control engineering in Indonesia for more than twenty-five years. He post-graduated from Tokyo Institute of Technology (sponsored by UNESCO) in 1977. He joined in-field-practice program at Nippon Kokan Steel Company & Research Center Kawasaki, Japan for production facility design & construction and corrosion prevention & control in 1983, and collaborated with Cormon Industrial Research Center Brighton UK for on-line corrosion monitoring development in 2000. He has been delivering training course in production operation, maintenance & safety and corrosion control for personnel from Oil & Gas Company and Petrochemical Industry since 1979.


Internal Corrosion Problems in Gas, Oil and Produced Water Pipeline and Equipment
Piping and Pipeline Leakage due to Pitting Corrosion and Microbiological Induced Corrosion
Severe Pipe Wall Thickness Reduction and Short Remaining Service Life caused by Sour Corrosion
Pipe Wall, Rotating Parts and Equipment Cracking due to Chloride and Sulfide in the Fluids
Internal Corrosion of Pipeline and Equipment due to Water in Oil and Oil in Water Emulsions
Internal Corrosion due to Multi Phase Flow in the Pipeline
Severe Corrosion Rate caused by CO2 and Hydrate in the Gas Lines, CO2/H2S Removal Unit and Glycol Dehydration Unit
Internal Corrosion in the Water Lines due to Dissolved Oxygen, Mud and Sludge
Malfunction of Pump, Compressor, Valves and Equipment due to Under-Deposit Corrosion, Under-Film Corrosion and Fouling

The Nature, Mechanism and Characteristics of Internal Corrosion and the Control Methods
Anodic-Cathodic Reactions, Electrical Properties and Characteristics of Corrosion Cells
Physical & Metallurgical Conditions of Metals and Chemical Composition that Promote Corrosion
Destructive and Catastrophic Effects of Corrosive Agents and Microorganism in the Gas, Oil and Produced Water Fluids
The Role and Mechanism of O2, CO2, H2S, Dissolved Salts and Microorganism in Internal Corrosion
The Role of Oilfield Bacteria and the Mechanism of MIC
Characteristics and Detection of Internal Corrosion in the Pipeline and Surface Equipment
Removal of Dissolved Corrosive Agents and Non-Hydrocarbon Gases in the Gas, Oil and Produced Water Fluids
Internal Corrosion Control with On-line Chemical Inhibitors Injection, Surface Barriers and Scavengers

Internal Corrosion Detection and Monitoring Techniques, Devices and Analysis
Visual Inspection and Early Detection Techniques & Devices for Monitoring Fluid Corrosiveness and Tests for Identifying Corrosion products
The Important of Internal Corrosion Rate Monitoring Before and After Chemical Injection and Treatment
NACE Standard Method for Preparation, Installation, Laboratory Analysis and Interpretation of Results of Internal Corrosion Monitoring
Access Fittings, Retrievers, Corrosion Coupons, Scale Coupons, Corrosion Probes, Holders, Injection & Sampling Devices and Instrument for On-line Internal Corrosion Monitoring
The Use of Nipple or Spool, Hydrogen Probe and Galvanic Probe
NACE Standard Method for Testing and Analysis of Bacterial Activity and Microbiological Induced Corrosion
Iron Content Analysis of Produced Water and the COPRA Correlation
Down-hole Tubing or Casing Calipers, Ultrasonic Wall Thickness Testers and Radiography

Internal Corrosion Control with Chemical Inhibitor Injection, Passive Film Formation and Biocides
Nature & Classification of Inhibitors and Effect of Ionic Character on
Inhibiting Ability
Formulations of Oilfield Inhibitors and the use of Water Soluble Inhibitors, Volatile Inhibitors and Acid Inhibitors
Typical Corrosion Inhibitors, Scavengers & Biocides for Oil & Gas Field
Guidelines of Inhibitor and Biocide Applications and the Chemical Injection Equipment for Pipeline and Surface Facility
Inhibitor and Biocide Batch Treatment Using Pigs, Chemical Dosage and the Pigging Operations
Surfactant and Cleaners for Solving Fouling Problem in the Equipment and Systems
Cationic & Mixed Charge Organic Inhibitors for Hydrocarbon and Oxygen Corrosion Inhibitors for Produced Water
Testing and Evaluation of Inhibitor and Biocide Effectiveness
Safety Precaution in Working with Inhibitors and Biocides

Internal Corrosion Control as a Key Factor to Pipeline Integrity Management
Hazard Assessment and Risk Based Inspection for the Pipeline and Equipment Maintenance Program
Pipeline Internal Damage Record and Wall Thickness Monitoring
Pigging for Water and Deposit Removal from the Pipeline System
Controlling of Flow Stability and Corrosion Rate to a Safe Level
Estimating Present Pipeline Remaining Service Life
Evaluation of Present Condition and Comparison with Initial Pipeline Design Baseline
Evaluation and Controlling of Chemical Inhibitor and Biocide Injection by using Corrosion Rate Monitoring Data.
Evaluation of Pipeline and Equipment Damage in accordance with Root Cause Failure Analysis
Development of Specific Pipeline Integrity Management System by using Internal Corrosion Rate Monitoring Data

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