Courses

Courses

Chemistry of Flow Assurance
Inline Process Measurement: Sampling, Instrumentation, and Data Analysis
Laboratory Safety
Root Cause Analysis

Half Day Courses

Thursday, November 13

Conference registration (full and one day) includes your choice of these 1/2 day courses.

Chemistry of Flow Assurance,

Abdel Kharrat, ACPA

Large pressure and temperature drops in production systems, commingling of incompatible fluids and gas lift increase the risk of organic and inorganic solids precipitation and deposition, which is detrimental to oil production.

In this half day course, you will learn about analytical issues involved in the asphaltenes, wax and inorganics precipitation and deposition. Anyone involved in the analysis of petroleum, asphaltenes, wax and scale or using chemical additives to manage their precipitation and deposition will find this course a valuable introduction to the world of petroleum and deposit analysis.

Instructor Bio

Inline Process Measurement: Sampling, Instrumentation, and Data Analysis,

Ken Schmidt, Wilson Analytical

Many people assume that inline instrumentation is a black box that can be installed and then forgotten. In reality, all of the usual laboratory analysis issues also apply to ‘magic’ black boxes.

In this half day course, you will learn about issues involved in sampling, instrumentation and data analysis for inline measurements. Anyone involved in specifying, installing, calibrating, maintaining or using data from inline instrumentation will find this course a valuable introduction to the world of inline measurement.

Inline Process Measurement Course Outline

Two Day Course

Thursday, November 13 and Friday, November 14

Laboratory Safety,

Dr. James Kaufman, Laboratory Safety Institute

This two-day course provides an in-depth look at the fundamentals of lab safety and effective lab safety programs. You will learn to identify and manage common laboratory hazards; many of which you may never have considered.

Laboratory Safety Course Outline

One Day Course

Friday, November 14

Root Cause Analysis,

Cathy Wylie, CALA

Root cause analysis is a structured method used to identify the contributing or causal factors that underlie variations in performance that cause non-conformances. Participants will learn several root cause analysis tools that will allow them to identify and correct the underlying problems.

Root Cause Analysis Course Outline

Course Rates


Two Day Course (Nov. 13 & 14)
Member CIC (CSC, CSChE, CSCT) or ACPA $1,000.00
Non Member $1,200.00
Student Member CIC (CSC, CSChE, CSCT) $150.00
Student Non Member $200.00
One Day Course (Nov. 14)
Member CIC (CSC, CSChE, CSCT), ACPA or CALA $575.00
Non Member $690.00
Student Member CIC (CSC, CSChE, CSCT) $150.00
Student Non Member $200.00

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