Oil Export Systems Operations
This two day course discusses the operating procedures and the most modern modes of transporting crude oil.
Participants will learn about the various means of transporting crude oil such as pipelines, tankers and land vehicles.
Discussion will also overview the hardware that is located at the crude sending and receiving terminals. Safety, quality control and custody are all important parts of moving crude oil.
- Pipelines (land and marine)
- Marine (tankers and barge)
- Surface (truck and rail)
On day one, participants will gain an understanding of the types of export systems and their safe operation as found in the oil and gas industry. Discussion will also look at Pipelines, marine transport and on land shipping, their inherent characteristics and the need to manage each in a safe and efficient manner.
- Crude oil receiving
- Off loading facilities
- Export operations quality control and Maintenance
- Safety and regulatory compliance
- Environmental concerns
Participants will learn about oil export equipment located at the exporting and receiving facilities on day two of this course. Aspects of storage, pumping metering, monitoring, and quality control will be discussed. The fact the movement of crude oil must be done in a safe manner to protect the workers, public and the environment will also be reviewed.
This course is mainly targeted to process technicians, process technologists, and maintenance personnel. The course can also be applicable to employees working with equipment and materials purchasing, equipment procurement, job planning as well as immediate supervisors to the working technicians.
Participants should have some recent exposure to oil and gas facility terminology.