Worldwide training programmes 2015 - Subsea engineering and training experts

Worldwide training programmes 2015 - Subsea engineering and training experts
Worldwide training programmes 2015
         Subsea engineering and training experts

Worldwide training programmes 2015 - Subsea engineering and training experts

                             Welcome to our learning and
                             development guide for 2015.
                             At Jee, we’re continually developing
                             our courses in response to
                             industry requirements and trends.
                             In this brochure we’re excited to
                             showcase our range of courses for
                             2015, including the new Advanced
                             design and stress analysis of
                             subsea equipment.

Jee courses and training programmes are built on the back of
our engineering capabilities. With over 26 years’ experience in
delivering integrated subsea engineering and training services
to the oil, gas and renewables industries, our expertise ensures
that Jee courses are of the highest calibre.

We are committed to being a centre of learning excellence. Our
courses are written by practising engineers; consequently all
training content remains current and informative, with practical,
real-world case studies. Each course is also supported with
comprehensive notes that can now be accessed anywhere in
the world using our Jeenius app.
We offer a variety of ways to complete our courses – from public
and in-company programmes in key locations around the world,           Life-of-field3
to online courses for the ultimate flexibility. We can even create a   How our courses span the whole life-of-field
completely customised course just for your company!
                                                                       Our courses                                         4-5
Whatever course you choose, you can be assured it will be              Our courses grouped into convenient
an enjoyable learning experience that will help develop your           development programmes
company’s capabilities and facilitate your progression in the
oil, gas and renewables sector.                                        In-company courses                                   6
                                                                       Learn about our bespoke in-company options

                                                                       Public courses                                       7
                                                                       Find out why Jee public courses are so unique
Jenny Matthew
Head of Courses                                                        Online courses                                       8
                                                                       Read about our online options

                                                                       Blended learning programmes and course design9
                                                                       Setting the benchmark in excellence -
                                                                       find out how

                                                                       Our courses                                       10-33
                                                                       In-depth information on all our courses
                                                                       including day-by-day content

                                                                       Meet our tutors                                   34-37
                                                                       Learn more about our team and how
                                                                       to become a tutor

                                                                       Engineering services                              38-39
                                                                       More information on our engineering capabilities

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Our courses

Courses spanning the whole life-of-field
We have been delivering courses to the oil, gas and renewables
industries for nearly 20 years. During that time we have built
up an enormous portfolio of knowledge, below are an array of
courses we offer that span the whole life-of-field.
                                                                                                                     Engineering of flexibles

                                                        Polymers and composites

                                                                                           Onshore pipelines                             Offshore wind farms
          Landfalls and marine terminals

                                                                                  Risers, umbilicals and flexibles
                                            Flow assurance

                     Subsea power cables

   Failure of deepwater              Advanced design
         pipelines                  of subsea pipelines
                                                                                                                                       Installation calculations

                                                                                Design of
                                                                             subsea pipelines
                                                                                                  Subsea pipelines

                Subsea systems                                                              Integrity                               Rigid riser design
                                                         Subsea controls                   management

                                                                                                                  Construction of
                                                                                                                                                   Reeling design
                                                                                                                 subsea pipelines
 Advanced design and stress                                                 Subsea hardware
analysis of subsea equipment

                                    Free spans and
                                  on-bottom stability                                             Pigging and plugging

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Our courses

We recognise the importance of finding the right course to expand your knowledge and meet your current and future
learning requirements. Our courses are developed in response to industry needs and segmented into introduction,
foundation and practitioner levels, to facilitate easy selection and integration into personal development plans.

The matrix below has been devised to allow you to quickly identify the right course to fulfil all your training needs.

       Not sure which

                                                                                                                 Rigid flowlines

                                                                                                                                       and terminals
      course is for you?

                                                                                                                 and pipelines

                                                                          and cables
    Use this matrix to find

                                                                                              Risers and



     those most relevant.


     See pages 10-33 for
         full details.

            Industry                                                                                                                      IO&G
                                   IO&G                IO&G                  IO&G                 IO&G                IO&G                                      IO&G                  IOW

             Flow                   SS                  SC
                                                                             FA                     FA                 SP                  FA                     FA
           assurance                FA                  FA

                                                                                                                 SP         FS&S
                                    SS                                                      P&C           RUF
              Design                                    SC                   RUF                                DSP         ADP           LMT                     OP                  SPCI
                                    SH                                                       EF           RRD

        Construction                SS                 SC                    RUF
                                                                                            P&C           RUF    SP         CSP
                                                                                                                                          CSP                    OP                   SPCI
       and installation                                                                      EF           RDC   ICSP        RDC

                                                                                            P&C           RUF
          Operations                                                         RUF
                                                                                                                 SP         P&P

         and integrity              SS                 SC                                   P&P           EF    FS&S        IMSP          LMT                    OP                   SPCI
         management                                                                         IMSP          AIM   AIM

     Decommissioning                SS                 SC                    RUF                    RUF                SP                 LMT                    OP                   SPCI

                                              Code     Course title                                             Pg         Code   Course title                                               Pg
                                              IO&G     Introduction to the oil and gas industry                 10         ADP 	Advanced design including HP/HT and
Introductory Level Courses                                                                                                        deepwater pipelines                                         13
                                              IOW      Introduction to the offshore wind industry               30
                                                                                                                            ADS	Advanced design and stress analysis
Foundation Level Courses                      FA       Flow assurance                                           28              of subsea equipment                                          18
Practitioner Level Courses                    LMT      Landfalls and marine terminals                           32         CSP    Construction of subsea pipelines                           23

                                              OP       Onshore pipelines                                        33         DSP    Design of subsea pipelines                                 12
                                                                                                                            AIM    Advanced integrity management of deepwater
                                              P&C      Polymers and composites                                  22
                                                                                                                                   pipelines and risers                         27
                                              P&P      Pigging and plugging                                     29         EF     Engineering of flexibles                                   20
                                              RUF      Risers, umbilicals and flexibles                         19         FS&S   Free spans and on-bottom stability                         14
                                                                                                                            ICSP   Installation calculations for subsea pipelines             24
                                              SC       Subsea controls                                          16
                                                                                                                            IMSP   Integrity management of subsea pipelines                   26
                                              SH       Subsea hardware                                          17
                                                                                                                            RDC    Reeling design calculations                                25
                                              SP       Subsea pipelines                                         11         RRD    Rigid riser design                                         21
                                              SS       Subsea systems                                           15         SPCI   Subsea power cable installation                            31

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Suggested development programmes

For your ease we have put together a selection of training and development pathways which you may find of use.
For details on the course content please see pages 10-33.

For full details on putting together a comprehensive individual or group curriculum, please contact our courses
operations team on:

+44 1732 371 391 or email

Subsea pipelines

          Introduction to the oil and gas industry               Subsea pipelines

Design of pipelines
                                                                                                    Advanced design of subsea pipelines
                     Subsea pipelines                       Design of subsea pipelines
                                                                                                     Free spans and on-bottom stability

Construction of pipelines
                                                                                                          Installation calculations
                     Subsea pipelines                     Construction of subsea pipelines
                                                                                                        Reeling design calculations

                                                                                                      Advanced integrity of deepwater
Integrity management of pipelines                                                                          pipelines and risers

                     Subsea pipelines                 Integrity management of subsea pipelines                Flow assurance

                                                                                                           Pigging and plugging


              Landfalls and marine terminals                     Onshore pipelines


         Introduction to the offshore wind industry       Subsea power cable installation

Subsea architecture
                                                                  Subsea controls
                     Subsea systems
                                                                                                        Advanced design and stress
                                                                 Subsea hardware
                                                                                                       analysis of subsea equipment

Risers                                                        Engineering of flexibles

              Risers, umbilicals and flexibles                   Rigid riser design

                                                             Polymers and composites

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In-company courses

Bespoke training packages at your location of choice
For larger groups we can send a tutor to you and you can select                             	24 Off-the-shelf courses covering the whole life-of-field
from our ‘off-the-shelf’ courses, choose to tailor a programme                              	Choose from hundreds of modules
from hundreds of modules or have new topics developed. Our
                                                                                            	A technical writing team on-tap to write new content on
writing and operations teams will create, plan and manage the
                                                                                              specific technology, methods or codes at your request
programme. Our tutors will deliver the course on a date and at
a location to suit you.                                                                     	Access to our library of technical videos – an important
                                                                                              learning tool to visualise key learning points
Our in-company programmes are renowned for the flexibility they
                                                                                            	Real-life case-studies and lessons learned
afford in both tailoring to meet specific engineering technical
practices and project requirements and their convenience and                                	A suite of worked examples and exercises designed to put
cost-savings. Our courses team will work closely with you to                                  theory into practice
guarantee a first-class course every time.                                                  	Assessments to monitor progress
                                                                                            	Site visits to allow access to technology usually only seen
To ensure we meet your staff development requirements
                                                                                              on the seabed
and add real value, we have a huge selection of learning and
support materials, and components to choose from.                                           	A team of tutors with decades of industry experience
                                                                                              (please see pages 34-36 for details)

                                                                                          To find out more, please contact our courses operations team

                                                         Area of focus                       Select                    Choose course components

                                                           architecture                     Introductory                  Controls                     Installation

                                              Subsea                      management of                                                Integrity
                                             pipelines                      pipelines                                                 management

                                                             Risers                         Foundation                     Risers                       extension

                                             Design of                       Cables                        Systems                      Design

                                                          Construction                      Practitioner                 Umbilicals                  Decommissioning
                                                          of pipelines

                                                                                                           Hardware                   Construction


       This is probably the best course I have attended in
       7 years of training. Great instructor, great materials,
       perfect level of detail.
       Bobby West , Drilling Engineer, Chevron

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Public courses

Face-to-face courses in global oil and gas hubs
Our classroom courses are held regularly around the world to
accommodate training needs as they arise. The 2014 and 2015
programmes are currently scheduled in Aberdeen and Houston.
New for 2015 we are excited to be running courses
in Norway.

At Jee we appreciate that course attendance is an investment
of time and money in an individual’s progression and personal
development. We pride ourselves on maximising every element
of the course to add value to every delegate. Our face-to-face
courses are created using blended learning techniques and are
designed to maximise time away from the office:

  	Site visits to major manufacturers and suppliers give visual
    context, enabling participants to see equipment normally only
    viewable on the seabed
  	Worked examples, case studies and exercises develop
    understanding of the engineering principles applied
  	Videos and sample materials help to visualise the equipment
    and processes used in the industry
  	Delegate drinks facilitate networking and knowledge sharing
    in a less formal environment
  	Audience participation systems create an interactive, dynamic
    and fun learning environment                                    This course is amazing and the
  	Quizzes and assessments test knowledge retention and
    aid recall
                                                                    tutor was awesome in delivering
  	Tutors relate practical experiences to the subjects taught,     the course contents.
    giving first-hand experience of projects at every course         Emeka Nwonu, Planning Engineer, Saipem Ltd

Every delegate receives a hard copy of our world-renowned course
notes, access to download their notes via our Jeenius app and a
certificate awarding their Continuous Professional Development
(CPD) points or Professional Development Hours (PDH).

Our up-to-date course schedule is available online at where you can also find out more about
our early bird and multi-booking discounts.

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Online courses

Online learning, the ultimate in convenience                           Standard online courses
With all of the content and specialist knowledge of our
classroom courses, our online programmes allow for remote              Introduction to the       Introduction to the
learning from anywhere in the world. Guidance and technical            oil and gas industry      offshore wind industry
input from our range of expert tutors is just a click away.            CPD and PDH points        CPD and PDH points

Our online training is accessible, interactive and provides:

    	Anytime start dates – ideal for training between projects or
      during projects as knowledge requirements arise
    	Accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and from
      anywhere in the world
    	A virtual classroom environment where delegates are guided
      through their learning journey at their own pace                 Design of subsea          Onshore pipelines
      he option to select modules to create a custom course to
     T                                                                 pipelines                 CPD and PDH points
     cater for specific training requirements                          CPD and PDH points
    	The opportunity for our professional co-ordinators to
      synchronise training for an internationally located team
    	Online discussion forums to share experiences with
      worldwide fellow delegates
    	An online tutorial forum to check on progress or ask questions
    	Access to download course notes via our Jeenius app
    	Industry recognised Continuous Professional Development
      (CPD) points and Professional Development Hours (PDH)            Subsea pipelines          Construction of
                                                                       CPD and PDH points        subsea pipelines
We have developed online training course frameworks which                                        CPD and PDH points
focus on ease of access, socialisation, information exchange,
knowledge construction, development and feedback.
Maintaining the motivation of the learner for the duration of the
course and ensuring engagement and retention of knowledge is
the priority of our programmes.

Create your own course
Delegates and companies can create their own online training
programmes by selecting specialised topics from more than              Risers, umbilicals        Advanced design
70 modules. To gain access to trial a complimentary module             & flexibles               including HP/HT &
and to find out about our multi-booking discounts, contact our         CPD and PDH points        deepwater pipelines
Course Co-ordinators at                                                    CPD and PDH points

                                                                       Subsea systems
                                                                       CPD and PDH points
                                                                                                        Request a
                                                                                                      sample module

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Blended learning programmes
and course design
Gain the benefits of online and classroom courses in a              We use an established ADDIE-based (Analyse, Design, Develop,
                                                                    Implement and Evaluate) methodology for developing training
combined programme
                                                                    materials for our classroom, online and blended learning
If you like the benefits that online and classroom courses bring    programmes.
to the learning experience, yet can’t decide which delivery
method to go for, we can help. Jee has developed a blended
learning offering that combines elements from both our online
and traditional classroom courses.

Our blended learning programmes are designed by selecting
the most appropriate delivery method for each learning
outcome. A combination of online modules, videos, podcasts,
self-study sessions, tutor-led workshops and group discussions
are used to build each programme, which are then managed
and accessed via our central online learning platform.
Each programme supports the learner through a structured
programme and delivers the benefits of both online and                                                      We evaluate the results
face-to-face tuition:

   Global accessibility and consistency in delivery
   Collaborative peer learning through knowledge sharing                          Implement
   Learner-paced programmes – participants work through
   the materials at their own pace around their day-to-day                        Our expert facilitators
   commitments                                                                    deliver the course
   Tutor-led sessions focus on complex topics and
   practical application of what has been learnt
   Group exercises reinforce understanding
   Cost and time efficiencies
                                                        We develop the training
                                                        materials, implementing
                                                        blended learning
                                                        techniques to encourage
                                                        learner participation

                            Rigorous course design
                            including kick-off and
                            scoping meetings

 Analyse the training/
 learning needs and set                                             Our courses are designed and written using two decades of
 appropriate objectives                                             course writing experience. Our technical content is underpinned
                                                                    by academic learning theories to facilitate retention and
                                                                    application of knowledge learnt.

                                                                    To find out more about our blended learning programmes or to
                                                                    have a course developed for you, please contact our courses
                                                                    team at or call +44 1732 371 391.

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Must do course

Introduction to the
oil and gas industry                                                                                                                    IO&G

About the course
                                                                                                            Course information
This course provides a complete overview of the oil and gas industry from its
origin, exploration methods and production processes, to commercial trends and                              Level:                    Introductory
technical terms. If you’re new to the industry or ever wondered how it all works, this                      Duration:                       1 day
is the course for you!
                                                                                                            CPD points/PDH points:             7

Key learning areas
     	Gain a non-technical overview of the oil and gas industry, the people
       that work in it and key events that have shaped its development
     	Build a better understanding of how you and your company fit into
         the bigger picture
      Gain an understanding of industry terms and acronyms
      Build an awareness of market drivers and commercial trends

          The course was extremely informative.
          Fernando Mendez, Project Engineer, Chevron

     Did you know
     Jee has been in the oil and gas industry for over 26 years

     Course content
     Day 1 – Morning                            Day 1 – Afternoon
     Hydrocarbon formation                      Transportation systems                 Commercial trends
     • Origin of oil and gas                    • Offshore transportation systems      • History
     • Migration of petroleum                   • Onshore pipeline spreads             • Politics
     • Accumulation of petroleum                • Pipelines through difficult ground   • Consumption and production
     • Location of major offshore fields        • Decommissioning                      • Reserves
                                                                                       • Prices
     Exploration methods                        Gas treatment and uses
                                                                                       • New production
     • Geological field mapping                 • Gas processing
     • Geophysical prospecting                  • LNG
     • Exploratory drilling                     • Gas distribution
                                                • Power generation
     Hydrocarbon production
     • Onshore production wells                 Refining process
     • Offshore platforms                       • Refining crude oil
     • Offshore production drilling             • Petroleum products
     • Existing offshore infrastructure
     • Subsea equipment

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Must do course

Subsea pipelines

About the course
                                                                                                                  Course information
An essential course for subsea engineers, this course provides an understanding
of the lifecycle of a pipeline, from design and construction through to operation.                                Level:                                    Foundation
Delegates benefit from a grounding in all key areas including: pipeline design                                    Duration:                                       4 days
considerations, pipe manufacturing methods and materials selection, as well
                                                                                                                  Site visit*:                                    1
                                                                                                                                                                    /2 day
as a knowledge of flow assurance, installation methods and pipeline integrity
management systems.                                                                                               CPD points/PDH points:                               28

Key learning areas
   An introduction to pipeline integrity, including flow assurance and inspection
   Discuss instrumental considerations for pipeline design
   Look at manufacturing methods and material selection
   Consider installation processes and construction support
   Study repairs and pipeline decommissioning

        A great balance between coverage of theory,
        applications and analysis, as well as practical
        advice and anecdotes from the field.
         Ivan Volzhskiy, Engineer, 2H Offshore Engineering

  Did you know
  Jee has carried out over 1000 projects related to subsea pipelines

   Course content
   Day 1                                         Day 2                                  Day 3                                     Day 4
   Field layouts                                 Materials                              Installation methods                      Introduction to pipeline integrity
   • Example layouts                             • Selection for strength               • S-lay                                   • Failures: frequency and incidents
   • Pipeline and cable uses                     • Selection for corrosion resistance   • J-lay                                   • PIMS
   • Subsea equipment                            • Clad and lined pipelines             • Reel-lay
   • Platforms and floating production                                                                                           Flow assurance
                                                 • Titanium and composites              • Bundles and towed installations
      systems                                                                                                                     • Operational controls
                                                 External coatings                      • Flexibles and umbilicals
   • Riser configurations                                                                                                         • Additives
                                                 • External corrosion protection        Construction support                      • Pigging
   Route selection
                                                 • Cathodic protection                  • Landfalls
   • Survey techniques                                                                                                            Pipeline inspection
   • Soil types                                  • On-bottom stability                  • Trenching and burial
                                                                                                                                  • Risk-based inspection plan
   • Routing of pipeline                         • Thermal insulation                   • Pre-commissioning
                                                                                                                                  • External survey
                                                 • Pipe-in-pipe systems
   Pipe manufacture                                                                     Tie-ins, spools and risers                • Internal inspection
                                                 • Active heating of lines
   • Rigid steel and flexible pipe                                                      • Tie-ins and spools                      • Anomaly assessment
   Pipe design                                   Common work                            • Rigid steel riser installation
   • Pressure                                    • Construction survey                  • Flexible riser installations
                                                                                                                                  • 13 scenarios
   • Design approaches                           • Route preparation
   • Diameter sizing                             • Welding                                                                        Repairs, tie-ins and
   • Wall thickness for bursting and            • Non-destructive testing (NDT)                                                  decommissioning
      hydrostatic collapse                                                                                                        • Hot taps, tees and wyes
   • Wall thickness for local buckling                                                                                            • Remedial works
   • Global buckling                                                                                                              • Decommissioning

                                                                                                                                          *Available in Aberdeen and Houston.

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Design of pipelines

Design of subsea pipelines
(formerly Design of subsea pipelines – Part 1)

About the course
                                                                                                              Course information
This course covers the techniques for basic subsea pipeline design, including
diameter, wall thickness and material selection, plus thermal and concrete weight                             Level:                               Practitioner
coating selection and sizing.                                                                                 Duration:                                     4 day
Delegates will also benefit from discussions around industry developments and                                 CPD points/PDH points:                         28
the latest technologies. The tutor will reinforce learning by talking participants
through design calculations using codes, as well as pragmatic approaches to
analysis techniques. This is a crucial programme to help engineers to understand
contractors’ output, design houses to apply calculations to projects, and
regulation bodies to follow up-to-date industry codes.

Key learning areas
     	Understand issues affecting design, to appreciate why pipelines are made
       the way they are
     	Practice calculations based on industry codes
     	Discuss industry developments and new technologies

         This course comprehensively introduces the pipeline
         engineering practise. Strongly recommend!
             Sui Wang, Design Engineer, Wellstream International Limited

     Did you know
     Jee is currently performing the detailed design for a pipeline project off the shore of Canada

     Course content
     Day 1                                           Day 2                             Day 3                               Day 4
     Route                                           Materials specification           Strength                            Stability
     • Rules for routing                             • Material selection              • Design principles                 • Review of fundamentals
     • Route survey                                  • Review of material properties   • Bursting                          • Oceanography
     • Alignment sheets                              • Specification of line pipe      • Collapse                          • Hydrodynamics
                                                                                       • Buckling and combined stresses    • Resistance
     Diameter                                        Corrosion
                                                                                       • Strain-based design               • Stability analysis
     • Sizing for flow                               • Introduction
                                                                                       • Exercise                          • Computational fluid dynamics
     • Fluid properties                              • Types of corrosion
                                                                                                                           • Exercise
     • Flow fundamentals                             • Control measures                End expansion and spoolpieces
     • Single phase flow                                                               • End force and expansion factors   Bottom roughness
                                                                                       • End expansion                     • Bottom roughness analysis
     Thermal design and insulation
                                                                                       • Temperature profile               • Spans
     • Need for thermal design
                                                                                       • Exercise                          • Intervention
     • Fundamentals of heat transfer
                                                                                       • Spoolpieces
     • Pipeline heat transfer
     • Insulation design considerations
     • Insulation systems
     • Application of insulation
     • Operational problems in deep
     • Exercise

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Design of pipelines

Advanced design including HP/HT
and deepwater pipelines
(formerly Design of subsea pipelines – Part 2)                                                                                                    ADP

About the course
                                                                                                         Course information
To fast-track your professional development, ensure you consider this course. Our
expert tutor will impart decades of knowledge of the more complex design issues                          Level:                                Practitioner
affecting pipelines, such as deepwater, high pressure (HP), high temperature (HT) and                    Duration:                                   4 days
highly corrosive fluids and gases. Gain an informed approach to conflicting methods
                                                                                                         CPD points/PDH points:                          28
of mitigating HP and HT problems.
Participants will expand on their understanding of how to apply the correct codes
of practice, carrying out design calculations and worked examples for use in
future projects, in addition to learning about solutions to pipeline failures from
real-life case-studies.

Key learning areas
   Learn how to apply design codes correctly
  	Look at methods to protect subsea pipelines, such as rock dumping and trenching
    Analyse solutions to pipeline failures from real-life case-studies
   Practice with worked design calculation examples

        Very good, would highly recommend
        the course to others.
        Richard Wyness, Subsea Engineer, JP Kenny Caledonian Ltd

  Did you know
  Jee has performed advanced FE analysis to model lateral buckling and pipeline walking

   Course content
   Day 1                                      Day 2                            Day 3                                  Day 4
   HIPPS                                      Lateral buckling                 Fatigue                                Pipeline Protection
   • Introduction                             • Introduction                   • Principles of fatigue                • Hazards
   • Configuration and components             • Virtual anchor spacing         • Fatigue loadings                     • Pipeline loads
   • Design                                   • Design process                 • Design for fatigue                   • Pipeline load capacity
   • Applications                             • Out-of-straightness surveys    • Case studies                         • Risk and safety analysis
                                              • Buckle mitigation                                                     • Pipeline coatings
   Hydrostatic collapse                                                        Expansion, walking and anchoring
                                                                                                                      • Rock dump
   • Need for buckle arrestors                Upheaval buckling                • End expansion
                                                                                                                      • Trenching for impact protection
   • Buckle arrestors                         • Introduction                   • Pipeline walking
                                                                                                                      • Protection structures
   • Worked example                           • Upheaval buckling mechanism    • Walking modes
                                                                                                                      • ‘Soft’ protection options
   • Collapse criteria                        • Upheaval buckling analysis     • Pressure effects
   • Exercise                                 • Worked example                 • Exercise
   • Kyriakides buckle arrestor design                                         • Walking and lateral buckling
                                              Strain-based design
                                                                               • Anchoring
   Further corrosion                          • What is strain-based design?
                                                                               • Other prevention and mitigating
   • Advanced corrosion mechanisms            • Loading
   • Corrosion control                        • Low strain requirements
                                                                               • Case study
   • Corrosion rates                          • Moderate strain requirements
   • Case studies                             • High strain requirements

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Design of pipelines

Free spans and
on-bottom stability                                                                                                                       FS&S

About the course
                                                                                                               Course information
Through the use of worked examples, delegates will gain an appreciation of the
integrity issues associated with pipeline instability, spans and dents. Delegates will                         Level:                    Practitioner
also learn about assessment methods and their application, and review a series of                              Duration:                      3 days
case-studies presenting real-life scenarios and the lessons learned in their solution.
                                                                                                               CPD points/PDH points:            21
This course can be taken independently, or as an extension of the information
gained in the Design of subsea pipelines course, to include detailed Level 2 and 3
assessment to DNV RP F105 and F109. These detailed assessments can be used
for new pipelines as well as for existing pipelines.

Key learning areas
     Learn about integrity issues associated with pipeline instability, spans and dents
     Assess the methods and application
     Gain an understanding of when remediation is required and the options available
     Look at example assessments, based on industry codes and standards
     Review case-studies with real-life problems, solutions and lessons learned

          Jee has always been there for me as a reliable
          technical resource in my training needs.
          Michael Knudsen, Subsea Engineer, Chevron

     Did you know
     Jee has developed and field-tested a span monitoring system which is proven to reduce span remediation costs

     Course content
     Day 1                                      Day 2                                    Day 3
     External inspection                        Buoyant span case study                  Span assessment software
     • What to look for                         • Background to the problem              • DNV FatFree
     • Inspection methods                       • Buoyant span                           • Plus-One
     • Inspection examples                      • Remedial works                         • SAGE Profile
                                                • Lessons learned                        • FEA
     On-bottom stability
                                                                                         • Calculations
     • Fundamentals of pipeline stability       Dent assessment
                                                                                         • Comparison
     • Analysis methods                         • Dent properties and behavior
     • Data requirements                        • Causes of dents in subsea pipelines   Span assessment exercise
     • Force balance approach                   • Methods of assessment                  • Typical span assessment problem
     • DNV RP F109 approach                     • Worked example                         • Span assessment exercise
     • Stabilisation options                    • Exercise                               • Scope for remedial action
     • Exercise                                 • Protection methods
     • Case-study                               • Case-study
                                                • Span detection
                                                • Assessment of spans
                                                • Stress and buckle checks
                                                • Vortex-induced vibrations
                                                • Remediation

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Subsea architecture

Subsea systems

About the course
                                                                                                             Course information
Subsea systems are integral in fitting all the elements of the subsea puzzle together.
                                                                                                             Level:                                    Foundation
Focussing on subsea systems from design and installation through to operation, this
course explains how the whole system works in conjunction. Gain an awareness of                              Duration:                                       4 days
the equipment used and the drivers behind equipment selection. Delegates will get                            Site visit*:                                    1
                                                                                                                                                               /2 day
to grips with industry terminology, learn about market drivers and discuss issues
                                                                                                             CPD points/PDH points:                               28
affecting subsea production.
Various teaching techniques are applied including a site visit* to maximise your
learning experience through seeing equipment first hand.

Key learning areas
  	Gain an appreciation of issues affecting subsea production
  	Learn about the structures and equipment involved in a system
  	Analyse the design and installation of subsea equipment
  	Discuss decommissioning regulations
  	Get to grips with industry terminology

        A great course that provides extensive
           Lee Tae-hwan, Associate, Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering

  Did you know
   Jee designed all the subsea structures for the Davy East field in the North Sea

   Course content
   Day 1                                           Day 2                             Day 3                                   Day 4
   History of subsea production                    Spoolpieces                       Structural design                       Workover
   • Introduction                                  • Design considerations           • Template design                       • Workover equipment and vessels
   • Onshore development                           • Metrology and construction      • Seabed interface                      • Minor workover operations
   • Offshore development                          • Connection methods              • Fabrication and testing               • Major workover operations
   • Subsea development                                                              • Case studies
                                                   Subsea production                                                         Subsea abandonment
   • Future development                            control equipment                 Installation and commissioning          • Subsea abandonment regulations
   Drilling and completing                         • Introduction                    • Installation issues                   • History and future of subsea
   a subsea well                                   • Subsea trees                    • Installation methods                     abandonment
   • Introduction                                  • Subsea control systems          • At the seabed                         • Abandonment of subsea wells
   • Drilling sequence and components              • Umbilicals                      • Installation videos
   • Well logging and testing                      • Subsea manifolds                • Commissioning
   • Completion sequence and                      • System vulnerabilities          • New technology
                                                   Subsea processing                 Intervention
   Subsea system configurations                    • Subsea multiphase flow meters   • Diving and saturation diving
   • Template configuration                        • Subsea pumps and compressors    • ROV types and tools
   • Cluster configuration                         • Subsea separation and water    • ROV operations and deployment
   • Daisy chain configuration                        reinjection                    • ROV manufacture
   • Hybrid configuration                          • Subsea HIPPS                    • AUVs
   • Satellite configuration

                                                                                                                                     *Available in Aberdeen and Houston.

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Subsea architecture

Subsea controls

About the course
                                                                                                                    Course information
An in-depth approach looking at how control systems operate, the engineering
principles involved and identifying the key areas that are often overlooked, such as                                Level:                                 Foundation
managing availability and the reliability of controls.                                                              Duration:                                    2 days
Delegates will have the opportunity to see what different parts of the system look                                  CPD points/PDH points:                              14
like, get an independent comparison of the kit and equipment available, and gain a
greater insight into this specialist area.

Key learning areas
     	Differentiate the types of subsea control systems and identify different subsea
       equipment and functionality
     	Gain an in-depth understanding of how subsea control systems operate
     	Understand the issues when overseeing the design and manufacturing of
       subsea controls equipment
     	Take a look at future technologies

          A professionally raw course with relevant
          up-to-date material presented with examples
          and enthusiasm.
          David Kinnear, Technical Engineer, Bifold Fluidpower Ltd

     Did you know
     Jee provides integrated engineering services spanning the whole life-of-field

     Course content
     Day 1                                         • Uninterruptible power supply (UPS)    Day 2                                 • Environmental legislation
     Design Criteria                               • Hydraulic power unit (HPU)            Operation of system                   • Cleanliness: Manufacturing
                                                   • Topside umbilical termination unit                                         • Cleanliness: Offshore operations
     • Oil or gas                                                                          • System options
                                                      (TUTU)                                                                     • Cleanliness: Standards
     • Type of platform                                                                    • Hydraulic
                                                   • Chemical injection unit (CIU)                                               • Measuring cleanliness
     • Water depth                                                                         • Electrical
                                                                                                                                 • Filters
     • Reservoir pressure and                     Systems equipment                       • Communications
                                                                                                                                 • Wear mechanisms
        temperature                                • Umbilical                             • Redundancy
     • Number of functions                                                                 • Signal commands                     Intervention of system
                                                   • Subsea umbilical termination unit
     • Project life expectancy                        (SUTU)                               • DCV operation                       • Safety and environment
                                                                                           System interfaces                     • Installation and workover control
                                                   • Subsea distribution unit (SDU)
     Selection of system                                                                                                            system (IWOCs)
                                                   • Jumpers/flying leads                  • S upervisory control and data
     • Direct hydraulic                                                                                                          • Emergency quick disconnect (EQD)
                                                   • Electrical/hydraulic connectors          acquisition (SCADA)
     • Piloted hydraulic                                                                                                         • Divers/ROVS
                                                   • Subsea control module (SCM)           • S creen mimics
     • Sequence hydraulic                                                                                                        • Cleanliness standards
                                                   • Subsea electronic module (SEM)        • L ogging on/off
     • Electro hydraulic                                                                                                         • Inspection, repair and maintenance
                                                                                           • V alve opening/closing
                                                   • Valves
     • Multiplex electro hydraulic                                                         • V alve foot printing               Future developments
     • All electric                                                                        • P age selection                    • Obsolescence
                                                                                           • T rending and reports              • Future developments for systems
     Topside equipment
                                                                                           •C  alculations and interlocks      • Subsea processing
     • Master control station (MCS)                                                                                              • Better well management
     • Remote operator workstation                                                         Fluid types
     • Electrical power unit                                                               • Synthetic fluid
                                                                                           • Water-based fluid

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Subsea architecture

Subsea hardware

About the course
                                                                                                          Course information
As an independent company, we are in a unique position to provide completely impartial
training on hardware. Our subsea hardware programme provides a comprehensive and                          Level:                                    Foundation
complete understanding of the equipment used in subsea production systems. You                            Duration:                                       4 days
will distinguish why trees are not all the same and get to grips with interactions. Each
                                                                                                          Site visit*:                                    1
                                                                                                                                                            /2 day
piece of equipment is covered in detail, explaining the evolution of design, current best
practice and the differences between each proprietary design.                                             CPD points/PDH points:                                  28

Key learning areas
  	Independent overview of subsea equipment
  	Analyse the components of subsea equipment and how they interface with
    one another
  	Pros and cons of equipment from each original equipment manufacturer (OEM)
    Participate in a site visit* to see some of the equipment being discussed

        Jee’s Subsea hardware course is excellent training
        that provides a detailed overview of subsea
        hardware used in today’s Oil and Gas industry.
           Rodrigo Braceras, Quality Team Leader, BP

  Did you know
   Jee is independent from any manufacturers, banks or contractors
   meaning we provide completely impartial engineering services

   Course content
   Day 1                                          • Tubing design                 Controls                                Day 3
   Overview of subsea equipment                   • Downhole safety valves        • Overview
                                                                                                                          Subsea valves
   • Subsea components                            • Intelligent completions       • Equipment
                                                                                                                          • Overview
   • Subsea configurations                        • Gas lift valves               • Proprietary designs
                                                                                                                          • Choke valves
                                                  • Downhole chemical injection   • Fail-safe shutdown
   Subsea wellhead assemblies                                                                                             • Gate valves
                                                  • Fibre optic sensors           • Regulations
   • Selection considerations                                                                                             • Ball valves
   • Wellhead design                              Day 2                           Manifolds                               • Check valves
   • Casing string design                         Subsea trees                    • Manifold types                        • Multi-port valve blocks
   • Proprietary designs                          • Overview                      • Manifold piping design                • Valve position indicators
   • Design considerations for                   • Dual-bore vertical tree       • Manifold structural frame design      • Valve testing
      intervention                                • Mono-bore vertical tree       • Manifold foundations
                                                                                                                          Jumpers and connectors
                                                  • Horizontal tree               • Injection manifold design
   Blow-out preventers                                                                                                    • Rigid jumpers
                                                  • Tree selection                • Retrieval of components
   • Overview                                                                                                             • Flexible jumpers
                                                  • Valve functions               • Proprietary designs
   • Annular type blow-out preventer                                                                                      • Flanges
                                                  • Proprietary designs           • Installation
   • Ram type blow-out preventer                                                                                          • Other mechanical connections
   • Proprietary design                           • Injection of chemicals                                                • Actuated connections
                                                  • Flow meters                                                           • Hydraulic and electrical connections
   Completions                                    • Retrievable components                                                • Systems ‘integration’ testing
   • Overview                                     • Tree installation
   • Tubing hangers

                                                                                                                                  *Available in Aberdeen and Houston.

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Subsea architecture

Advanced design and stress analysis
of subsea equipment
Also known as Designing to API 6A/ 16A/ 17D requirements                                                                                        ADS

About the course
                                                                                                                    Course information
New course for 2015, this course provides an intensive overview for design engineers
working to the rules of API specifications 6A, 16A and 17D (ISO 10423, ISO 13533 and                                Level:                    Practitioner
ISO 13628-4). These codes are the standard approach for the design of valve bodies,                                 Duration:                       3 day
hubs, clamps, wellhead and tree equipment for both normal and HT/HP usage.
                                                                                                                    CPD points/PDH points:            21
The tutor begins with basic stress analysis principles and reviews standard and non-
standard materials used for these specifications. Topics covered include the concepts
of membrane and bending stress, as well as primary, secondary, and peak stresses.
To add context to your knowledge base, the history and logic of the specifications are
covered, in addition to techniques and formulas for analysis of stresses from pressure,
external loads, and thermal gradients. Linear and non-linear finite-element analysis and
the interpretation of finite-element results are incorporated.

Key learning areas
      A comprehensive overview of API specifications 6A, 16A and 17D
     	Learn about stress analysis principles and review their importance in context
       with their development
      Review and gain an understanding of the specialist techniques involved

          Very interesting course, global view on onshore
          pipeline design from routing to repair.
          Pierre Baptiste, Project Engineer, Doris Engineering

     Did you know
     Jee has executed over 0.6 million engineering man-hours

     Course content
     Day 1                                          Day 2                                   Day 3
     • Basic requirements of design                 • Procedure for stress                 • Subsea equipment design
     • Introduction to API design                     categorisation                       • Designing for external pressure
        requirements                                • Thermal stress                       • Mudline equipment
     • Appropriate material selection               • Fatigue design                       • S tructural components and lifting
     • API design rules                             • Stress concentrations                   devices
     • Analysis of wall thickness criteria          • Fatigue analysis                     • Design documentation principles
     • Membrane stress intensity                    • High temperatures design             • Design verification files
     • Bolting and screw threads                    • Finite-element analysis              • Traceability
     • Bearing and direct shear stresses            • Linearizing stress distributions     • Design report contents
     • Bending stress                                  from linear elastic models
     • Primary and secondary stresses               • Interpreting post-processor output
     • Bending stress calculations                  • Non-linear finite-element analysis

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Risers, umbilicals and flexibles

About the course
                                                                                                             Course information
As one of Jee’s most popular courses, this programme provides a comprehensive
understanding of risers, umbilicals and flexibles, and how they operate within the                           Level:                                       Foundation
subsea environment. Utilising different teaching techniques including a site visit,*                         Duration:                                          4 days
to enable delegates to see equipment normally only viewable on the seabed.
                                                                                                             Site visit*:                                      1
                                                                                                                                                                 /2 day
This extensive course covers all the different types of risers, umbilicals and
                                                                                                             CPD points/PDH points:                                 28
flexibles, their uses and design, installation and operational considerations.
Delegates will also learn about FPSOs and how they impact on the design and
layout of risers and umbilicals.

Key learning areas
   Identify design, installation and operational considerations
   Learn about the latest developments in riser systems
   Understand how FPSOs impact on the design and layout of risers and umbilicals
   Get to grips with key industry terms and confidently apply them to projects
   An introduction to riser integrity management

          A great course for developing a deeper
          understanding of riser, umbilical and flexible
          system components
          Peter Schaefferkoetter, Subsea Engineer, ExxonMobile

  Did you know
  Jee designed the replacement rigid risers for the Forties Charlie platform in the North Sea

   Course content
   Day 1                                         Bonded hoses                       Flexible and umbilical system            Fixed rigid risers
   Riser types and uses                          • Types of bonded hoses            design and installation                  • Types of rigid riser
   • Introduction                                • Offloading hose configurations   • System design                          • Design of rigid risers
   • Production vessel selection                 • Manufacture                      • Storage and load out                   • Installation of rigid risers
   • Production risers                           • Handling and storage             • Flexible and umbilical installation    Production top-tensioned risers
   • Export risers                               • Installation                     • Riser installation
                                                                                                                             • Design analysis of TTRs
   • Drilling risers                             • Operation and maintenance        • Pre-commissioning
                                                                                                                             • Installation of production TTRs
   • Completion and work-over risers             Day 2                              Day 3
                                                                                                                             Day 4
   • Generic issues and exercises                                                   Flexible and umbilical
                                                 Flexible design and manufacture                                             Steel catenary risers
   Introduction to FPSOs                         • Riser configurations             integrity management
                                                                                                                             • Design
   • Overview of FPSOs                           • Design                           • Monitoring
                                                                                                                             • Manufacture
   • Types of FPSOs                              • Components                       • Inspection
                                                                                                                             • Installation
   • Mooring and turret arrangement              • Manufacture                      • Damage assessment
                                                                                    • Repair                                 Hybrid risers
   FPSO vessel motions                           Umbilical design and manufacture
                                                                                                                             • Types of hybrid riser
   • Components of motion                        • Cross-section design             Rigid riser design
                                                                                                                             • Fabrication and installation
   • Types of vessel motion                      • Manufacture                      • Design approaches
   • Wave frequency motion                       • Fittings                         • Riser sizing design                    Drilling and top-tensioned risers
   • Drift and higher order motions                                                 • Dynamic loading                        • Monitoring
                                                                                    • Analysis methods                       • Inspection
   FPSO interfaces                                                                  • Fatigue loadings                       • Damage assessment
   • Overview of FSPO interfaces                                                    • Design for fatigue                     • Repair
   • Risers and umbilicals
   • Processing and storage
   • Offloading and export

                                                                                                                                                *Available in Houston only.

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Engineering of flexibles
(formerly Flexibles, risers and flowlines)

About the course
                                                                                                                    Course information
This programme provides a specialist level of understanding of flexible risers and
flowlines. The tutor will teach you the skills required to write accurate specifications                            Level:                                 Practitioner
for flexibles, and enable you to develop an understanding of how the different wire                                 Duration:                                      4 days
profiles affect the performance of a flexible, as well as how flexibles are affected by
                                                                                                                    CPD points/PDH points:                              28
installation and operational loads.
We have gained permission from Orcina to facilitate the use of OrcaFlex during this
course, to allow delegates to get hands-on with the software.

Key learning areas
     Gain a comprehensive understanding of flexible flowlines and risers
     Build knowledge of the materials and equipment used
     Understand how FPSO and SPM design affects the choice of riser system
     Apply theories to real-life projects through case-studies and group discussions
     Understand the different types of software available

          More than a year of work in a subsea
          engineering office hasn’t given me as much
          as 4 days of this course.
             Francesco Fuganti Pedoni, Engineer, GE

     Did you know
     Jee has a team of engineers that perform installation and in-place analysis using OrcaFlex

     Course content
     Day 1                                            Day 2                               Day 3                                 Installation of flexibles
     Flexibles introduction                           Manufacturing and testing                                                 • Storage and handling
                                                                                          Flexible analysis
     • Flexible risers                                • Manufacture                                                             • Flexible flowline installation
                                                                                          • Static analysis
     • Application of flexibles                       • Testing                                                                 • J-tube installation
                                                                                          • Installation analysis
                                                                                                                                • Riser installation
     Materials selection                              Oceanography and                    • Extreme analysis
     • Polymers                                       hydrodynamics                       • Fatigue analysis                    Day 4
     • Insulation                                     • General overview                  Flexible analysis software            Post-lay trenching and burial
     • Metals                                         • Waves                             • Introduction                        • Soils and seabeds
     • Composites                                     • Currents                          • Software available                  • Trenching considerations and
     • Material specification                         • Hydrodynamics                     • OrcaFlex walkthrough                  specs
                                                      vessels                             • OrcaFlex dos and don’ts             • Trench transitions
                                                      • Vessel configuration and motion   • OrcaFlex exercise                   • Trenching analysis
     • Code requirements
                                                      • FPSO moorings                                                           • Backfilling
     • Carcass and pressure armour                                                        Case study
       design                                         • Swivel stack                      • Background                          Integrity of flexibles
     • Tensile armour                                 • RAOs                              • Theory                              • Inspection techniques
     Design of ancillary equipment                                                        • Analysis                            • Monitoring and testing methods
     • Bend stiffeners and restrictors                                                    • Conclusions                         • Design and installation incidents
     • Bell-mouths                                                                                                              • Operational deterioration and
     • Mid-water arches
     • Buoyancy modules

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Rigid riser design

About the course
                                                                                                                    Course information
With the increase in deepwater developments, more and more deepwater rigid riser
systems are required. This course teaches delegates about the design of various                                     Level:                               Practitioner
types of rigid risers, including steel catenary risers (SCRs), hybrid risers and more                               Duration:                                  3 days
conventional shallow water risers.
                                                                                                                    CPD points/PDH points:                        21

Key learning areas
   Identify the different riser types and uses, from drilling risers to hybrid risers
   Understand the engineering principles and approaches to riser design
   Learn how to recognise fatigue, assess it and improve fatigue life
   Gain an understanding of riser behaviour, failure theories and which sections
   are most at risk

          Excellent! A must do to understand
          risers, pipelines and flowlines.
          Lionel Richard, Engineer, 2H Offshore Engineering Ltd

  Did you know
  Jee performs riser design and analysis using a variety of different
  software packages including Abaqus, FS2000 and OrcaFlex

   Course content
   Day 1                                          Day 2                                  Fatigue and fracture                   Global bending
   Rigid riser types                                                                     • Recognising fatigue                  • Catenary curves
                                                  Riser design approaches
   • Riser types and uses                                                                • Riser fatigue                        • Catenary equations
                                                  • Safety risk and reliability
   • Drilling risers                                                                     • Assessment                           • Pipe stresses
                                                  • Limit state approach
   • Completion/workover risers                                                          • Fracture mechanics                   • Failure theories
                                                  • Deriving safety factors
   • Production risers and export risers                                                 • Improving fatigue life               • Worked example
                                                  Site and strength                      • Corrosion                            • Exercise
   Lifecycle                                      • Drilling risers
   • Drilling and developing wells                                                                                              vortex-induced vibrations
                                                  • Analysis approach                    Day 3
   • Design                                                                                                                     • Sections of risers at risk
                                                  • Sample analysis
   • Manufacture                                                                         vessel response                        • Modeling VIV
                                                  • Production and export riser sizing
   • Installation methods                                                                • What are RAOs?                       • General design approach
                                                  Waves and currents                     • OrcaFlex checks                      • Tank trial comparisons
   • Completion and workover
     operations                                   • Metocean reports                     • Exercise
                                                                                                                                Design basis and riser analysis
   • Maintenance                                  • Tides
                                                                                         Soil-riser interaction                 • Design considerations
   • Abandonment and disposal                     • Wind
                                                                                         • Soils and soil types                 • Typical development of design
                                                  • Currents
   Components and fitments                                                               • Pipeline survey methods              • Input verification
                                                  • Waves
   • Common components                                                                   • Deriving soil properties             • Modeling on non-linerarities
                                                  • Hydrodynamic loadings
   • Vessel fitments                                                                     • Riser behaviour                      • Design connectors
   • Coatings
   • VIV suppression devices
   • Connection methods

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Polymers and composites

About the course
                                                                                        Course information
Polymers and composites offer the benefits of being lightweight and corrosion
resistant and are being increasingly used offshore. This one day course provides        Level:                    Foundation
an understanding of polymers and composites, from the manufacturing process             Duration:                      1 day
right through to failure, and includes real-life examples for delegates to analyse.
                                                                                        CPD points/PDH points:           7
Key learning areas
     Learn about the latest materials, manufacturing methods and project costings
     Gain an understanding of relevant industry codes and standards
     Build knowledge of materials selection, testing and installation considerations
     Study real-life case-studies

          The course is amazing and the
          tutor was awesome in delivering
          the course content.
          Emeka Nwonu, Planning Engineer, Saipem Ltd

     Did you know
     Jee has performed engineering analysis for new types
     of polyurethane bend stiffeners and restrictors

     Course content
     Day 1 – Morning                           Day 1 – Afternoon
     Material production                       Design and fabrication
     • Fibres and resins                       • Standards and codes
     • Manufacturing methods                   • Materials selection
     • Prices                                  • Effect of anisotropy
                                               • Fire and static electricity
                                               • Parts consolidation
     • Strength and stiffness
                                               • Jointing
     • Fatigue, creep and impact
        resistance                             • Non-destructive examination
     • Chemical resistance                     • Installation considerations
     • Thermal properties                      Case studies
     • Electrical properties                   • Whole topsides in composites
     • Fire resistance                         • Repair and strengthening
                                               • Downhole tubing and casing
                                               • Development of flexibles
                                               • Subsea structures and protection
                                               • Composite risers

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Construction of pipelines

Construction of subsea pipelines

About the course
                                                                                                                 Course information
This practitioner course delivers an expert level of understanding of the processes,
equipment and vessels involved in offshore pipe-lay, and the different pipe-lay                                  Level:                                   Practitioner
methods used.                                                                                                    Duration:                                      4 days
Improve your appreciation of the size and nature of the latest offshore pipe-lay vessels                         CPD points/PDH points:                           28
and equipment, and gain confidence in identifying the best choice for pipe-lay.
Areas covered include trenching, hydrotesting, surveys and tie-ins, making this course
a ‘must’ for delegates whom wish to speak technically about pipeline construction.

Key learning areas
    Understand how to identify the best pipe-lay options via comparing methods
    Discuss issues affecting pipeline installation
    Gain the confidence to talk technically about pipeline construction
    Acquire an understanding of trenching, hydrotesting, surveys and tie-ins

        Offshore projects are very complex and Jee’s
        courses help engineers to get global vision of
        their complexity.
           Tomislav Niksic, Offshore Field Engineer, Saipem Croatia

  Did you know
   Jee has carried out extensive studies into rock berm optimisation for many clients

   Course content
   Day 1                                            • Towhead structures                  Tie-ins                               • Protection
   S-lay                                            • Towing methods                      • Flanged connection by diver         • Rock dump
   • S-lay vessel types                             • Insulation and heating systems      • Hyperbaric welding                  • Concrete mattresses
   • S-lay process                                  • Deep-water bundles                  • Diverless tie-ins                   • Protection structures
   • S-lay market and vessels                       • Advantages of bundles               Pre-commissioning                     • Crossings
   • Insulated lines                                • Surface tow                                                               Post-lay trenching and burial
                                                                                          • Gauging and flooding
   • Lay curve control                              Installation of flexibles             • Hydrotesting                        • Ploughing
   Pipe supply, welding, NDT and ECA                • Unbonded flexibles installation    • Dewatering, air and vacuum drying   • Jetting
   • Line pipe supply and                             process                            • Testing of valves and controls      • Cutting
      specifications                                • Umbilical cables                                                          • Cable trenching
                                                                                          Management systems
   • Welding methods and procedures                 • Bonded hoses                                                              • Trench transitions
                                                                                          • Law, QA and Commercial
   • NDT and ECA                                    Reel-lay                                                                    • Backfilling
                                                                                          Health, safety and environment
   Day 2                                            • Reel-lay process                                                          Diving and ROV operations
                                                                                          • Health and safety management
                                                    • Reel-lay market and vessels                                               • Diving and equipment
   J-lay                                                                                  • Risk assessment
                                                    • Special considerations                                                    • ROV operations
   • J-lay sequence, projects and                  • Technical analysis supplement       Survey
      vessels                                                                                                                   Decommissioning and
                                                                                          • Survey methods and operations
   • Rapid pipe welding                             Day 3                                                                       abandonment
   • Mechanical connectors                          Landfalls                             Day 4                                 • Legislation
   • J-lay from drilling rig                                                              Seabed modification                   • Decommissioning in-situ
                                                    • Pull ashore into cofferdam
                                                                                          • Sweeping                            • Recovery and re-use
   Bundles and towed installation                   • Pull offshore
                                                                                          • Rock removal                        • Costs
   • Bundle design and fabrication                  • Directionally – drilled landfalls

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Construction of pipelines

Installation calculations
for subsea pipelines                                                                                                                                      ICSP

About the course
                                                                                                                Course information
Installation calculations can be daunting. This course provides detailed knowledge
of the installation calculations required for all stages of a pipeline’s lifecycle, from                        Level:                                Practitioner
pipe-lay to abandonment and recovery.                                                                           Duration:                                  4 days
Delegates have the opportunity to practice installation calculations, with tutor                                CPD points/PDH points:                        28
support, using worked examples. This hands-on experience is the perfect platform
to boost understanding of industry standards and codes. Learn how they are
applied in real-life scenarios and gain the confidence to independently assess and
verify calculations used in subsea projects.

Key learning areas
      nderstand industry standards and codes and how they are applied to
     pipeline installation
     Practice installation calculations using worked examples
     Assess and verify calculations used in subsea projects
      ain an awareness of the American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC)

          Relevant topics, excellent course notes,
          very informative class.
          Adeolu Ariyo, Installation Team, Chevron Upstream Europe

     Did you know
     Jee performs a variety of installation activities such as the lifting analysis of structures and pipework, the recovery
     and redeployment of damaged umbilicals, and the dynamic installation analysis of flexibles using OrcaFlex

     Course content
     Day 1                                        Day 2                                  Day 3                               Day 4
     Catenaries                                   Sagbend buckling                       Lifting                             Pipe pull forces
     • Catenary curves                            • Local buckling criteria              • Static and dynamic loads          • Landfall setup
     • Pipe lay catenary equations                • Prediction of buckling in catenary   • Lifting in air                    • Exercise
     • Pipe stresses                              • Exercise                             • General wave parameters           • Alternative pull set ups
     • Exercise                                   • Buckle propagation                   • Lifting through wave zone         • Background information
     • Control by tension                         Barge stability                        • Lowering through water column     Anchors and piles
     Bending                                      • Stable floating bodies               • Lowering onto seabed              • Anchors
     • Bending during S-lay                       • Determining vessel stability         • Exercise                          • Exercise
     • Exercise                                   • Free liquid surfaces and            Rigging design and analysis         • Piles
     • Break-over lengths                            suspended loads                     • Rigging equipment                 • Sheet pile anchorage
     • Concrete-coated pipe                       • Modular craft and local barges       • Rigging analysis                  • Exercise
     • Horizontal lay curve radii                 • Exercise                             • Exercise
                                                                                                                             Abandonment and recovery
     Reeling                                      • Background information
                                                                                         Lugs, deck layouts and              • A&R overview
     • Reeling operations                         Dynamics                               sea fastenings                      • A&R equipment
     • Strain concentration                       • Vessel motions                       • Lugs and stiffeners               • Case study
     • Material qualification                     • Dynamics during pipe-lay             • Exercise                          • A&R analysis
     • Ovalisation and buckling                   • Code criteria                        • Foundations and deck fittings     • Exercise
     • Exercise                                   • Software                             • Deck layouts and sea fasteners
                                                  • Exercise
                                                  • Output analysis
                                                  • Fatigue assessment

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