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MT1410 Feb - 21 FebAbu Dhabi$6950Register

Process plant optimization plays very important role in today’s industrial world. For optimization benefits to be substantial, cost of production including operation interruptions must be kept to a minimum. This requires effective management of maintenance operations and optimization of equipment and plant reliability and availability. This also involves effective inspection and maintenance strategies, planning methods. Plant optimization can be an effective way to achieve improved profitability. Important aspect of process plant optimization is related to system energy management and energy consumption reduction. Industrial processes and systems offer significant potentials for savings. Process changes such as advanced controls and new technologies also present opportunities for plant optimization. This seminar will provide a comprehensive review of the various aspects of process plant integrity as the essential foundation for sustainable plant profitability and optimization.


Who Should Attend?

Professionals who can attend this course are:

  • Facility managers and coordinators
  • Transfer supervisors
  • Oil/ Gas Process Operation Engineers
  • Petrochemical Process and Operation Engineers
  • Oil/ Gas Process Operation Engineers
  • Spill management team members
  • Environmental and safety managers, officers, and engineers

Course Objectives:

By the end of the program, Delegates will gain knowledge and skills to:

  • To enable the delegates to learn the effective and practical procedures and tools to perform the economic and the technical evaluations of the alternatives
  • To seek knowledge on the ways to recognize the potential for the minimization of energy
  • To facilitate the delegates by making them understand the basic concepts of plant optimization and the ways to acquire the potential prospects
  • To improve and equip the delegates to make them contribute more to the sustainable plant profitability
  • To facilitate planners, engineers, maintenance professionals with the skills and knowledge to choose the appropriate procedures for their decision making based on maintenance

Course Outline:

Module 1 – Overview of Optimization Technologies

  • Overview of optimization technologies for process plants, Elements of process plant optimization procedure
  • Constraints in optimization: production, operation, economy and environment, Optimization approaches: mathematical models and physical models prototype units, Correlation between process optimization and process control in a typical process plant
  • Workshop: Examples and solutions

Module 2 – Reliability, Availability and Effectiveness

  • Concept of Effectiveness, availability and reliability
  • Reliability and availability: The relationship between them
  • Plant reliability & optimization
  • Availability optimization with the help of improved maintenance
  • Effectiveness of individual equipment: The analysis
  • Plant effectiveness: The overall optimization
  • Solution-driven examples: The workshop

Module 3 – Best Practices for Petrochemical Plants

  • Petrochemical Plants: Best practices
  • Energy Consumption
  • Reduction: The strategies of optimization
  • The benchmarking guidelines: The world standards
  • Energy management: The best practices in a process plant
  • Checklist (industrial plants): Energy conservation
  • Consumption, distribution of steam, and heat production optimization
  • Solution-driven examples: The Workshop

Module 4 – Maintenance Management System

  • Management System for maintenance
  • Utilization of pipelines and piping systems: Optimization
  • Utilization of compressors, pumps and fans: Optimization
  • Maintenance management: Optimization
  • The frequency of maintenance: The system
  • Employment of predictive maintenance: While optimizing the spare parts management
  • The alteration and repair programs: The optimization
  • Solution-driven examples: The workshop

Module 5 – Minimization of Equipment Failure

  • Equipment Failure: Reduction
  • Concept of Risk-based inspection (RBI)
  • Reducing the risks of equipment’s failure: Employing procedures
  • Concept of Fitness for service (FFS)
  • Analysis and The estimation of remaining life of equipment
  • Planned equipment replacement: Plant economy optimization
  • Summary

General Notes

  • All our courses can be facilitated as Customized In-House Training course.
  • Course duration is flexible and the contents can be modified to fit any number of days.
  • As for Open Enrolment Courses, we offer our clients the flexibility to chose the location, date, and time and our team of experts who are spread around the globe will assist in facilitating the course.
  • The course fee includes facilitation, training materials, 2 coffee breaks, buffet lunch and a Certificate of successful completion of Training.
  • FREE Consultation and Coaching provided during and after the course.

Course Curriculum

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