Marine and Offshore > Introduction to Floating Production, Storage and Offloading Vessels (FPSO) - Design & Technology – Virtual Instructor Led Training (VILT)
Code Date Venue Early Bird Fee Fee
PE1610 04 - 07 Jul 2022 Virtual Instructor Led Training (VILT) SGD 1,899 SGD 2,099 Remind me of Course Dates
PE1610 04 - 07 Jul 2022 Virtual Instructor Led Training (VILT) USD 1,399 USD 1,599 Remind me of Course Dates

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Code

PE1610

Date

04 - 07 Jul 2022

Venue

Virtual Instructor Led Training (VILT)

Early Bird Fee

SGD 1,899

Fee

SGD 2,099

Code

PE1610

Date

04 - 07 Jul 2022

Venue

Virtual Instructor Led Training (VILT)

Early Bird Fee

USD 1,399

Fee

USD 1,599

About this Virtual Instructor Led Training (VILT) 

There are signs and indications that the offshore Oil & Gas industry is transitioning out from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and the accompanying oil price drop. Future activities will include longer term Energy Transition directions. These topics will be covered in this 4 half-day Virtual Instructor Led Training (VILT) course through a Global Energy Review projecting into the future, and overall, it will place participants in a good position to be involved in the future of the industry.

Of the Floating Production Hosts used worldwide, the most widespread is the FPSO (Floating Production, Storage & Offloading Vessels). They are used in shallow and deepwater fields, in small to very large fields as well as in calm and harsh weather areas. This VILT course has been designed to help participants to acquire the fundamental knowledge of FPSO Vessels (both New Builds, Tanker Conversions and Re-Deployment FPSOs) and to see why they are so widely used by the offshore industry. The topics that will be covered will range from the FPSOs connection to the reservoir to the export requirements. In addition, the details of the FPSO vessel equipment and functions will be described.

Upon completion of this VILT course, participants should be able to understand the basics of FPSO and offshore Oil & Gas processing systems, equipment working principles as well as field requirements. Various case studies, videos and multimedia will be used to illustrate key operating principles and lessons learnt from past successful projects (with examples taken from around the world). The course material will be provided as a soft copy.

Virtual Instructor Led Training (VILT) Content in Summary:

  1. Introduction to Offshore Floating Production
  2. Global Energy Review
  3. New Build FPSO Vessels
  4. Tanker Conversion & Re-Deployment FPSO Vessels
  5. FPSO Design and Testing Methods
  6. Turret Design and Mooring Systems
  7. Introduction to Topsides Processing
  8. Topsides Equipment Layout and Operations
  9. Supporting Subsea Field Facilities
  10. Oil Storage and Export
  11. Field Examples

Upon completion of this VILT course, participants will be able to:

  • Understand the basic use of Floating Production Hosts as part of a Field Development (shallow water and deep water).
  • Acquire the basic design principles and characteristics of the various Floating Production Hosts.
  • Be in a position to follow simple hydrodynamics design methods and wind / wave testing as part of the design process.
  • Acquire knowledge of the FPSO building / Conversion activities in construction yards.
  • Understand the principles of Turret Design and Mooring systems.
  • Follow the various FPSO Topsides Processing Requirements (Process Flow Diagrams) and recognise particular equipment packages.
  • Understand the Export requirements and equipment items.
  • Appreciate the Safety Issues with Offshore Production Hosts, and Legislation Requirements.
  • Understand the Offshore Start-Up procedures for FPSOs.
  • Acquire knowledge of the role of Classification Societies for Floating Production.

The VILT course is intended for FPSO build & conversion shipyards, offshore oil rig building yards, offshore vessel building yards, subcontractors, offshore construction companies, offshore equipment vendors, offshore service providers, classification societies and marine & offshore SMEs personnel involved in the design and engineering, planning, procurement, project management, engineering production, vessel construction, quality control, equipment and vessel survey, commercial, commissioning as well as project administration related to FPSOs conversion and new-building. Additionally, it would be of interest to non-engineers such as insurance brokers, legal and financial professionals, and government bodies.

This VILT course will be delivered online in 4 half-day sessions comprising 4 hours per day, with 2 breaks of 15 minutes per day.

Course Duration: 4 half-day sessions, 4 hours per session (16 hours in total).

Your expert course leader worked for BP for 28 years as a Research Associate and Team Leader, working on Feasibility Studies and acting as a trouble shooter covering all aspects of BPs businesses. These covered field Development Project in the North Sea and several novel resource recovery techniques which were taken from Concept to Field Pilot trials in Canada. His specific work in the offshore area covered Subsea Robotics / Automation, Seabed Production Concepts, Seabed Excavation Methods, Underwater Repair Techniques, Flexible Riser Studies and Maintenance Cost Reductions.

After leaving BP in 1992, he continued working in the offshore oil industry through Azur Offshore Ltd, including activities in the assessment of Emerging and Novel Technologies, Technical and Economic Audits, Studies, Production Sharing Agreement Evaluations, Safety and Environmental issues. Clients have included Chevron UK, BP Exploration, British Gas, Technomare, Trident Consultants, Fina UK and Cameron France.

He is a regular University lecturer at Crandfield School of Industrial Sciences (UK) and is a course Group Project external examiner for Crandfield. He also lectures on offshore oil industry activities at ENSIETA (France), the Technical University of Delft (Holland) and the Northern Territories University in Darwin (Australia). He is an active member of the UK Society for Underwater Technology (SUT) and serves on their Subsea Engineering and Operations Committee.