Offshore Platforms

Why Attend

The offshore oil and gas industry faces many challenges such as harsh environment, installation and cost. The majority of offshore platforms around the world is fixed offshore structures. Good knowledge and competency of the offshore project team members throughout the design, fabrication, installation and commissioning phased is crucial to the successful execution of these projects. The objective of Offshore Platforms training course is to provide delegates with comprehensive information about offshore engineering. The participants from all disciplines will have a better understanding of different types of offshore platforms and how fixed offshore platforms are designed, fabricated, installed and commissioned.

Download brochure

Course Objectives

  • At the end of this Offshore Platforms training course, delegates will be able to:
  • • Understand how offshore oil and gas field is developed & different types of offshore platforms
  • • Learn about the basics of offshore engineering and project management
  • • Understand the complexities of Offshore activities through all project phases including design, fabrication, installation and commissioning
  • • Understand fabrication, erection, loadout and other yard activities
  • • Fully understand the jacket structure and topsides installation techniques
  • • Understand different types of subsea pipeline installation
  • • Learn about the hook-up and commissioning activities

Target Audience

The Offshore Platforms training course is beneficial to:
• All employees who need to improve their skills in offshore oil and gas industry
• Various discipline engineers
• Managers and executives who are new to the offshore oil and gas industry
• Professionals responsible for developing offshore strategy and defining organisational objectives
• Maintenance engineers and technicians who need to update their skills in the offshore industry

Module 1 - Offshore Field Development, Design and Project Management

  • KeyTopics:
    • History and types of offshore platforms
    • Overview of field development planning
    • The life cycle of Petroleum Reservoir
    • Offshore project phases
    • Design and engineering management
    • Project management and offshore team roles and responsibilities
    • Health, safety, environment (HSE) requirements and
    • Emergency response procedure (ERP)
    • QA/QC requirements

Module 2 - Fabrication and Yard Activities

  • KeyTopics:
    • Fabrication of major structures, substructures and topsides
    • Materials and Fabrication for Marine Structures
    • Welding
    • Jacket assembly and erection
    • Weight control
    • Loadout and transportation
    • Coating and corrosion protection
    • Planning and schedule
    • Offshore Topside Facilities layout (Fixed Platforms, FPSO and FLNG)
    • Case studies

Module 3 - Offshore Facilities Design, Transportation and Installation

  • KeyTopics:
    • Offshore facilities installation
    • Lifting procedures and calculations
    • Transportation process
    • Fixed Offshore structures Analysis and Design
    • Environmental loading on offshore platforms
    • Geotechnical data and piles design
    • Marine and Offshore Construction Equipment
    • Marine Operation
    • Case studies

Module 4 - Offshore Facilities, Subsea Pipeline Installation and Subsea production systems

  • KeyTopics:
    • Simultaneous Operations (SIMPOS) considerations
    • Substructures installations
    • Topside Installation
    • Installation of Submarine Pipelines
    • Subsea production systems
    • Mooring lines and anchors
    • Subsea Interfaces, Subsea Umbilicals, Risers and Flowlines (SURF)

Module 5 - Hook-up Construction and Commissioning (HuCC)

  • KeyTopics:
    • Manufacturing and Commissioning Process
    • Onshore commissioning
    • Offshore commissioning
    • HuCC project planning and scheduling, monitoring and reporting
    • Risk Analysis
    • Documentation / Hand-over phase

This course has not been scheduled, however you can request for In-House training