Terminals and Storage Facilities

 
Terminals and Storage Facilities

About the Course

This course treats key issues associated with development, design, construction, and operation of terminals and storage facilities for liquid hydrocarbons and NGLs. This course focuses on terminal codes and siting constraints, terminal design and equipment layout, types of storage and selection criteria, design considerations for loading racks, fire protection, vapor recovery, blending equipment, and water treatment, detailed design of storage tanks, vessels, and caverns, and operations and maintenance. Safety, quality control, system reliability, availability, and regulatory compliance are integrated throughout the course. Case studies and team exercises are used.

Course Objectives

  • Differentiate between the storage and terminals for hydrocarbon liquids (oils and products) and natural gas liquids
  • Identify various storage systems and the typical and appropriate applications
  • Define the equipment and arrangement of typical terminals and their design considerations
  • List the codes and standards as well as key regulatory and environmental compliance that apply to terminals and storage
  • Define the typical operations of terminals and associated storage facilities
  • Describe the key factors affecting safety, product quality, system reliability and availability

 

Course Content

Sizing criteria and economics for storage and terminal facilities

Various storage types (atmospheric storage tanks, pressure vessels, salt or rock caverns) and appropriate applications

Terminal and tank farm layout constraints

Details of industry codes and standards, plus regulatory and environmental compliance

Selection of equipment for delivery and receipt to/from pipelines, barges and ships, trucks, and rail, including metering options, loading arms, pumps, and control systems

Blending options and equipment, VRU/VCU, water treating, and fire protection

Key factors affecting safety, product quality, system reliability, and profitability in design, construction, and operations

 

Who Should Attend?

Project managers, engineers, operations and maintenance supervisors, and regulatory compliance personnel with some experience in planning, engineering, constructing and/or operating terminals and storage facilities for hydrocarbon liquids, NGLs, and petrochemical feedstocks.

5 Days

Course Fees (VAT Included)

Lagos/PH/Abuja: ₦ 483,750.00

UK/US/Ghana/Others: $ 4,837.50

TRAINING PACK 

  • Award of Certificate.
  • Professional Training Materials

 

REGISTRATION PROCEDURE

  1. Go to “Register Now” button and fill the form and send it. You will get “message sent” if it is successful.
  2. You will get confirmation of your registration within two working days when you will be asked to go ahead and make payment.
  3. Go ahead and make payment.
  4. Send your name, phone number, email address, training location, amount paid to info@sbtpetroleum.com.ng OR SMS to +2349098171437.
  5. Upon confirmation of your payment, an electronic receipt will be sent to your mail.
  6. A joining instruction will be sent to you at least 72 hours before the training date an time.
  7. Looking forward to training date to commence your training. However, if a need to change the dates of the training arises, you will be notified immediately. This may be due to unavailability of the instructors or due to unavoidable logistic challenges.

 

ACCOUNT DETAILS

NAIRA ACCOUNT

BANK:                           ECOBANK

ACCOUNT NAME:       SBT PETROLEUM GEOSCIENCE LIMITED

ACCOUNT NUMBER:  1613062169

BRANCH:                     Chevron Branch

SORT CODE:               050150340

 

DOLLAR ACCOUNT

BANK:                           ECOBANK

ACCOUNT NAME:       SBT PETROLEUM GEOSCIENCE LIMITED

ACCOUNT NUMBER: 1613062183

BRANCH:                     Chevron Branch

SORT CODE:               050150340

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