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    Centrifugal Pump Hydraulics, Sizing And Design Practices

    This one-day course is for technical personnel involved in the sizing, selection and operation of Pumps in Oil and Gas Processing facilities. The course focuses on the hydraulic principles of centrifugal pumps, their sizing and system design. You will learn quick pump calculations for conceptual studies along with rules of thumb as well as rigorous calculation required during detailed engineering phase. This course is tailored for individuals who have some pump basic knowledge and/or are seeking a deeper understanding of how centrifugal pumps work, and when and how to apply this knowledge. This course benefits those who are involved in some facet of pump design or application. Technicians, Operators and Junior Engineers will find this course especially helpful and relevant.
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    Overpressure Protection Training

    This one day course will cover three principal aspects of overpressure protection. Firstly the regulatory requirements that must be met in Alberta. Secondly the many ways in which overpressure can occur. Thirdly the ways to mitigate against overpressure. Topics such as relief scenarios, ABSA, ASME, double contingency together with an in depth review of relief device types and sizing will be covered. Examples of relief scenarios and calculations to size relief devices will be included. This course will benefit designers of facilities, operators of these facilities and process safety personnel.
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    Technical Safety BC From Design to Operation

    The purpose of this seminar is to increase the skill and knowledge of Engineers, managers and operators in Technical Safety BC, and Safety Code requirements in British Columbia Oil and Gas industries. Seminar Objectives The overall objective of this seminar is to give students a background in: 1. Technical Safety BC requirement for Design, Fabrication, Construction, Welding, Inspection, In-service Inspection of Pressure Equipment. 2. Interfaces between Technical Safety BC and OGC (British Columbia Oil and Gas Commission)
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    ABSA Requirements From Design to Operation

    The purpose of this seminar is to increase the skill and knowledge of Engineers, Managers and Operators in ABSA (Alberta Boilers Safety Association), and Safety Code requirements in Alberta Oil and Gas industries. Seminar Objectives The overall objective of this seminar is to give students a background in: 1. ABSA requirements for Design, Fabrication, Construction, Welding, Inspection, In-service Inspection of Pressure Equipment. 2. Interfaces between ABSA and AER (Alberta Energy Regulator) A complete set of course materials is included in the ABSA Requirements From Design to Operation course.
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    Quantifying Risk and Making Decisions Without Bias

    This highly interactive one-day course is designed for leaders, team members, and anyone who needs to assess risk and make decisions. Too often these two activities are based on subjective bias and not objective facts. This course will discuss the bias that we all have and present methods to assess risk and make decisions as a team with minimal bias to obtain the best possible results. The methods of facilitated risk assessment using risk matrices and fault tree analysis will be explained and both methods practiced in the classroom. A structured and quantified method of making decisions will be taught and practiced based on the Kepner Tregoe Method.
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    Webinar on OSHA's E-Recordkeeping and Significant Injury Reporting Rules: Updates to be compliant with in 2019

    Join this webinar to understand the new requirements for electronic injury and illness reporting, how to correctly fill out the OSHA 300, 301, and 300A logs, more. Price:$150.00. Contact info : OnlineCompliancePanel Phn. no. +1-510-857-5896 Fax-+1-510-509-9659 info@onlinecompliancepanel.com Event link - https://www.onlinecompliancepanel.com/webinar/OSHA-s-E-Recordkeeping-and-Significant-Injury-Reporting-Rules-Updates-to-be-compliant-with-in-2019-506899/JANUARY-2019-ES-TRAININGREGISTRY
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    Basics of Petroleum Refinery Processing

    Petroleum refineries may appear complicated at first glance. Breaking them down into a series of units makes the process easier to understand. This course covers the basic building blocks of a typical refinery, from crude oil inlet to distribution. This 2-day course begins by discussing energy trends and outlook. It focuses then on the core refining processes including feedstock properties, process chemistry, process variables, operating conditions, unit configuration, and refinery products. Refining processes are discussed in detail. This program is designed to serve as an introduction to petroleum refining processing. For each process, purpose, basic chemistry, process flowsheets and typical operating parameters are reviewed. The integration of these processes to achieve different refining objectives is also addressed. This course provides technical details; however, it is designed to be understood by, and of benefit to both technical and non-technical personnel.
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    Fundamentals of Natural Gas Processing

    This one day course will cover a high-level overview of natural gas processing to understand the key processing steps required to make saleable products from raw gas (from wellhead to marketplace). The overall process block flow diagram will be used to illustrate how the various individual plant operations are integrated to create gas plants capable of handling feeds from gas fields. You will gain a basic understanding and working knowledge of the major processes encountered in the processing and transportation of natural gas. The course is in plain language easily understandable for individuals either in technical, managerial or support roles. The Fundamentals of Natural Gas Processing course is designed for a wide range of audiences, is fully interactive and utilizes fundamental technical exercises and terminology to learn key points. Useful and handy reference material, process animation, equipment cut view, equipment internals and a lot of diagrams are included in course.
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    Issues of IFRS compliant financial statements

    Overview: This presentation will help you become acquainted with the latest information regarding IFRS for companies in the resource sector. Why should you Attend: Extractive industries, involved in the search for mineral resources, including oil, gas, minerals, and similar non-regenerative resources, have unique accounting and reporting issues, particularly in regards to the evaluation of assets, revenues and expenditures. Areas Covered in the Session: Why the accounting for this sector is different How resource assets are evaluated Special rules for measuring revenues and expenditures How revaluation rules apply to the Oil, Gas, and Mining industries Other specific requirements of IFRS 6 Required disclosures
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    Infrared Inspections for Petrochemical Companies

    This Online IR training course for petrochemical industries is a 21 hour course on theory and application in the use of IR imaging to locate and evaluate problems within oil and chemical processing plants. Topics covered include electrical distribution equipment, mechanical systems, high temperature processing equipment, and infrared inspection of boiler and heater tubes.