Leading independent subsea engineering and training company, Jee Ltd, will draw on its extensive integrity management experience to host a free-to-attend webinar exploring the topic on 24 February 2015.
Available to a global audience, the webinar - ‘Lessons learned in subsea pipeline integrity management’ - will be presented by the head of Jee’s integrity management discipline and Principal Engineer, Grant Adam, and will give participants an overview of subsea pipeline integrity management best practice.
A chartered engineer with more than 20 years oil and gas industry experience, Mr Adam has an in-depth knowledge and technical understanding of integrity management and its associated areas, including internal and external inspection. His experience includes creating riser inspection strategies, inspection tool and stuck pig contingency plans, and corrosion management strategies.
The webinar will give participants an insight into the foundations of subsea pipeline integrity established during the design phase, and learn how to develop the key processes and systems that ensure safe, reliable operation. It will review the primary risks threatening subsea pipeline integrity today and discuss the management and mitigation measures that can be employed to reduce these to as low as reasonably practicable.
Key Learning Objectives
Gain an overview of subsea pipeline integrity management best practice
Examine the primary threats to subsea pipeline integrity and the lessons learned in responding to them
How life extensions can maximise the profitability of mature assets
Learn how integrity management is applied to decommissioned pipelines
Subsea Pipeline Engineer
This is part of an ongoing series of webinars being presented by Jee, in-line with the company’s ongoing commitment to continuous development and knowledge sharing. To benefit from Jee’s 26 years of subsea engineering experience and to register online for this free webinar, please visit www.jee.co.uk/webinars