Oil and gas

Offshore pipeline integrity management (PIM) (2 days)

Pipeline

This course provides an introduction to pipeline integrity management, going through the overall risk philosophy and methodology applied.

Course description

This course provides an introduction to pipeline integrity management founded on the recommended practice DNVGL-RP-F116 Integrity management of submarine pipeline systems. The course details the combined processes of threat identification, risk assessment, planning, monitoring, inspection, maintenance etc. necessary to maintain pipeline integrity. The participants will familiarize themselves with the concept of risk assessment and the main damage causes and failure mechanisms for pipelines.

Learning objective

  • Understand what elements the integrity management system comprises - from the core integrity management process elements to support elements
  • Understand integrity management in a life cycle perspective
  • Be familiar with the four main elements of the core integrity management process:
    • Risk assessment and integrity management planning
    • Inspection, monitoring and testing
    • Integrity assessment
    • Mitigation, intervention and repair.

Target group

Management and engineers evaluating pipelines in operation, and pipeline engineers working with pipeline condition assessment and inspection planning.

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Jan Vidar Ulveseter
Jan Vidar Ulveseter

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Duration:

2 days (4 sessions of 2.5 hrs.)

Prerequisite:

Participants are encouraged to attend the Pipeline overview course prior to this course.

Additional information:

10% discount for companies with 2 or more participants on this course. Deadline for enrollment: One week before course start.

Course description

This course provides an introduction to pipeline integrity management founded on the recommended practice DNVGL-RP-F116 Integrity management of submarine pipeline systems. The course details the combined processes of threat identification, risk assessment, planning, monitoring, inspection, maintenance etc. necessary to maintain pipeline integrity. The participants will familiarize themselves with the concept of risk assessment and the main damage causes and failure mechanisms for pipelines.

Learning objective

  • Understand what elements the integrity management system comprises - from the core integrity management process elements to support elements
  • Understand integrity management in a life cycle perspective
  • Be familiar with the four main elements of the core integrity management process:
    • Risk assessment and integrity management planning
    • Inspection, monitoring and testing
    • Integrity assessment
    • Mitigation, intervention and repair.

Target group

Management and engineers evaluating pipelines in operation, and pipeline engineers working with pipeline condition assessment and inspection planning.

Course dates

Date Duration Location Trainer
Date
TBD
Duration
09:00 - 11:30 and 13:00 - 15:30 CET each day
Location
Online
Trainer
Anne Britt Høydal/Felix Saint-Victor