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Onshore Pipeline Engineering Course
Design, routing, construction, inspection and maintenance of oil, gas and product pipelines
11 - 14 June 2013 , Prospero House, London
Steve is a senior safety engineer with over 20 years of experience for National Grid which owns and operates the National Transmission System comprising of 7,600km of high pressure pipe and 26 compressor stations, connecting to 8 distribution networks for onward transportation of gas to end consumers.
He has developed in-house policies and procedures for risk assessment and hazard identification for use on National Grid assets, and has applied these techniques on numerous occasions.
"Very interesting and useful event. Gives a good and broad overview on the specific onshore pipeline area."
"It was a good course especially for starters in the pipeline business."
Learn about cathodic protection, inhibitors, surveys and monitoring methods for onshore pipelines.
Covering engineering design and design codes including ISO 13623 and EN 1594; the affect of design on cost and safety and GIS techniques.
Learn about current practices in condition assessment, common onshore pipeline failures and their causes.
Covering line pipe specifications, manufacture, welding controls, automatic welding and non-destructive testing methods
Enjoy a relaxed dinner out with the other course attendees and your lecturers on the first night of the course.
London has mild weather in June which is perfect for wandering around town and enjoying a few sites like the new Shard building (the tallest building in London) and Borough Market which are both a short walk from the course venue.
Retain new knowledge through varied learning formats:
Also extensive course notes will act as your ongoing reference for onshore pipeline engineering.