Corrosion Management for FPSOs

Corrosion Technical Series

Corrosion Management for FPSOs

Saturday, April 17, 2021 (in conjunction with CORROSION 2021)

This one-day seminar focuses on corrosion management of floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) units and the extension of the life of offshore structures – fixed or floating static equipment, beyond that indicated by the original design philosophy. This event will provide insight into how to manage such concerns as process safety, material degradation, corrosion/erosion monitoring, non-destructive and intrusive inspection and maintenance.

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Course highlights

  • Future degradation/corrosion rates determination
  • Outcomes, to include life cycle recommendations and phased maintenance cost indications
  • Green energy solutions
  • Detailed and competent life extension assessments
  • Material selection and corrosion management opportunities for FPSOs operating in remote locations
  • Operating parameters as they apply to the CP design choices and the challenges related to the modification or replacement of tanker conversions

Featured lecturers

  • Kenechi Ojemeni, Shell
  • Bill Jamrok, Wood
  • Thomas Lyons, Wood
  • Grace Chigwada, AkzoNobel
  • David Jones, MODEC
  • Matthew ​Nordstrom, AkzoNobel

Learning objectives

  • Explain what a corrosion rate is
  • Describe how corrosion rates can help determine maintenance activities around foreseeable degradation
  • Recall the types of green energy solutions available when working with FPSOs
  • Summarize the strategies for managing corrosion in FPSOs such as material selection

Who should attend

This seminar is targeted for managers and technical experts across various industries in the maritime market space who are seeking guidance on managing corrosion projects related to FPSOs. This would include professionals associated with:

  • Ship owners
  • Ship Operators
  • Asset Owners
  • Service Providers
  • Oil & gas offshore companies

Course Completion

Successful completion of the course is required to earn a certificate of course completion. Requirements are specific to each course and may include a combination of attendance, daily assessments, activities, quizzes, or knowledge checks.

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1 Day Course

Program pricing

  • NACE Member: $425
  • Non-Member: $495