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5410 CHEMICALS

Target group:
Offshore personnel working with chemical treatments or use of chemicals related to production from the reservoir or to the processing units on a platform. This course is also recommended for personnel responsible for health, environment and safety offshore and onshore as well as supply base personnel in logistics, sales transport or destruction of chemicals.

Learning objectives:
After completing this course the students should be able to operate equipment used to apply chemicals to production wells, injection wells and the process installations on a platform. Students should also be able to explain the purpose, estimate doses rates and effect of the different chemicals and ensure that the chemicals and equipment are used in accordance with current regulations.

Qualifications:
This web-based course is in accordance with the guidelines from The Norwegian Oil Industry Association and covers the official Norwegian syllabus for Technical College, Petroleum Technology Faculty. The course is equivalent to 38 hours of normal tuition in this subject.

Entry requirements:
Completion of common course subjects Level 1 or equivalent qualifications are recommended.

Course content:
Corrosion Water based systems, corrosion mechanisms, and galvanic corrosion Sulphide corrosion and material brittleness Salt corrosion, acid corrosion and carbon dioxide attack Scales Solubility and deposition, water as a solvent Dissolved gas effect on solubility of salts in water Compatibility of mixed waters Alkali earth metals solubility Stability of solutions in water Prediction of scaling SCALE-program for water, chemistry and scale predictions Control of scales, use of chemicals Mechanisms used for scale control optimal applications Injection water Treatment of injection water, chemical mechanisms in reservoirs Oxygen, corrosion and the need for ventilation Minox catalytic combustion Chemical scavenging Particle removal and filtration Bacteria control by chlorination, organic chemistry and disinfectants Membrane technology Hydrates Hydrate formation, interactions between gas and water Operative conditions for hydrate formation Counter measures for avoiding hydrate problems Hydrate removal using inhibitors Thermodynamic inhibitors and gas drying Thermodynamic removal, melting Crystal modification and inhibition Anti-agglomerates and there effect Physical removal of hydrate plugs and hydrate removal from pipes and wells

Emulsions Interactions between water and oil Surface conditions and emulsion stability, chemical emulsion breaking Use of cationic, anionic and surfactants Process chemicals Hydrocarbon chemicals, treatment of foams, waxes and asphalts Transport and flow conditions Well stimulation Well stimulation with acids, formation damage Acid formulations for various rock formations Use of hydrochloric acid, acid emulsions and adjustment of reaction rates Hydrofluoric acid and areas of application Corrosion control in acid systems Hydrogen sulphide removal Introduction to, and hazards from, hydrogen sulphide Organic removal of hydrogen sulphide Inorganic measures to remove hydrogen sulphide Brent Spar: "Practical study into operational problems" Chemical handling and injection systems Chemical dosing equipment Bulk handling, transfer and use offshore Dosing and quantity calculations Chemical quality, safety and efficiency Product marking regulations and procedures Environment and wastes disposal

Duration:
The estimated normal time to complete this web course is 6 weeks.

Fees
EI Individual member Non-member *as may apply 150.00 ( 180.00 inc. VAT*) 160.00 ( 192.00 inc. VAT*)

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