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Corrosion Management for Petrochemical Professionals



This training program offers an extensive exploration of corrosion management tailored for professionals in the petrochemical industry. 

Program Objectives:

At the end of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Identify the various forms of corrosion and the specific mechanisms that result in each form.

  • Define electrochemical processes and concepts.

  • Recognize the different types of corrosive environments that affect corrosion.

  • Give examples as to how and when to use control corrosion methods of design, materials selection, modification of the environment, protective coatings, and cathodic and anodic protection.

  • Give examples of control corrosion by a selection of design and engineering materials, modification of the environment, cathodic and anodic protection, and protective coatings.

  • Discuss corrosion monitoring techniques using testing, inspection, specimen exposure, electrochemical methods, water chemistry, and analysis of deposits.

Targeted Audience:

  • Design engineers, Process engineers, Procurement agents.

  • Maintenance planners.

  • Service company representatives who support refineries.

  • Corrosion and equipment engineers.

  • Metallurgists.

  • Inspectors and inspection supervisors.

Program Outlines:

Unit 1:

Introduction to Surface Production Operations Management:

  • Overview of surface production operations.

  • Importance of effective management in enhancing productivity.

  • Introduction to key concepts and terminology.

  • Overview of common challenges and their solutions.

  • Case studies highlighting successful management strategies.

Unit 2:

Safety Protocols and Regulatory Compliance:

  • Understanding safety regulations and standards.

  • Implementation of safety protocols in surface production operations.

  • Risk assessment and mitigation strategies.

  • Emergency response procedures.

  • Compliance with environmental regulations.

Unit 3:

Equipment Maintenance and Optimization:

  • Importance of equipment maintenance in production operations.

  • Preventive maintenance strategies.

  • Troubleshooting common equipment issues.

  • Techniques for optimizing equipment performance.

  • Utilization of technology for predictive maintenance.

Unit 4:

Production Planning and Scheduling:

  • Overview of production planning processes.

  • Factors influencing production scheduling.

  • Techniques for effective production scheduling.

  • Balancing production demands with resource availability.

  • Strategies for adapting to changing production requirements.

Unit 5:

Quality Control and Continuous Improvement:

  • Importance of quality control in surface production operations.

  • Implementing quality assurance processes.

  • Monitoring and analyzing production data for quality control.

  • Root cause analysis for addressing quality issues.

  • Continuous improvement methodologies such as Six Sigma and Lean Manufacturing.

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