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Dates & Venue

Dates

06 October 2014 - 08 October 2014

Radisson Blu Hotel, Amsterdam

01 December 2014 - 03 December 2014

Hotel Novotel Paris Vaugirard Montparnasse

Venue

Radisson Blu Hotel, Amsterdam

Radisson Blu Hotel
Rusland 17
NL-1012 CK Amsterdam
Netherlands

Tel:+31 20 623 1231
Fax:+31 20 520 8200

Hotel Novotel Paris Vaugirard Montparnasse

257 Rue de Vaugirard 
75015 Paris, France

Tel:(+33)1/40451000
Fax:(+33)1/40451010
Email:H1978@accor.com

FPSO Training Course dates for 2014

16-18 SEPT     Rio de Janeiro
06-08 OCT     Amsterdam
22-24 OCT     Singapore
01-03 DEC     Paris

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Comprehensive sessions at the FPSO training course will:

  • Feature interactive workshop sessions where delegates will have the opportunity to transform theory into practice!
  • Provide an introduction to FPSO design and technology
  • Review the regulatory issues, class and regional requirements
  • Gain an understanding of the overall commercial aspects of the project
  • Examine the crucial safety and environmental issues
  • Review the key drivers for selecting and designing mooring and riser systems for different environments
  • Analyse the main design issues of turret mooring & fluid transfer systems
  • Examine the key issues related to the conversion of tankers

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(updated 29 July 2014)

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Previous FPSO Training Course delegates have said:

"I found the course to be very well organised and full of interesting and useful information on how to run a successful FPSO development. Having just finished a project that included a conversion and start-up of an FPSO I can only blame myself for not having participated in this course 3 years ago... almost all the mistakes we (and the main contractor) made during the project were clearly highlighted as "don’t" during the course; at least now I can say I know the right way forward."
Andrea Vecchi
eni E&P