Indonesia training event 2017
27 September 2017
The Ritz-Carlton Jakarta, Mega Kuningan
Jalan DR. Ide Anak Agung Gde Agung Kav. E.1.1 No 1
Kawasan Mega Kuningan
Jakarta 12950 Indonesia
Directed at pipeline controllers, control room supervisors, consultants, pipeline engineers, and pipeline operations personnel, the leak detection course covers the key leak detection technologies deployed today, including statistical volume balance, rarefaction wave, E-RTTM, and fiber optics. Following this course, you will understand the infrastructure needed to successfully install a good leak detection system.
You will understand that several leak detection technologies can also be successfully used to detect pipeline product theft, which is a big challenge in developing countries such as Indonesia.
Why should I attend this training class?
As pipeline infrastructure ages and more and more product is transported, we see more and more pipeline leaks. Regrettably, some leak detection systems have failed to detect these leaks and other leak detection systems were ignored by the operators because they were unreliable. Thus leaks that should have been small spills became disasters that cost the pipeline owners millions of dollars.
Every pipeline behaves differently and the best leak detection solution for one pipeline is not always the best solution for another. The performance of leak detection technologies can vary depending on many factors such as topology, pipeline location, existing infrastructure, or product type.
The training course outlines how different LDS methodologies work and where they can be optimized. The training course also describes how LDS methodologies have successfully been used to detect pipeline product theft.
Agenda overview: $300 USD per person to attend
(8am – 5:30pm, lunch provided)
- An overview of leak detection systems (LDS)
- International leak detection standards
- Principles of operation, interface, differences, advantages, and application of principal LDS
- Multi-method LDS
- Installation, communication, equipment, and requirements for an optimum LDS
- Project and practical examples
- The theft detection challenge
For more information, or to register for this event, contact:
Argo Antono, Sales and Technical Support Manager
E: email@example.com, T: +62 8111 669 145