Petro-Ex Canada
Training, Technical Expertise, Engineering and Consulting in Hydrocarbon Processing

Courses

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At Petro-Ex we strive to keep our course offerings up-to-date with technology. If you have a special course in mind, feel free to contact us for a custom program to fit your needs.

Subject area:


Process & Production Plants

PPP1001 - CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

This Course covers the fundamental concepts of chemical engineering and provides the students with a solid working knowledge to specify, design, operate, maintain and troubleshoot chemical processes.

PPP1002 - GAS TRANSMISSION OPERATIONS

This course will stress fundamentals and understanding over rote procedures. Students will be familiarized with various aspects of plant operation such as safety and troubleshooting as well as with an excellent understanding of equipment operation and maintenance.

PPP1003 - PROCESS / REFINERY ENGINEERING

This training course covers various topics in the process engineering field. Students will be familiarized with Process simulation software, Preparation of Process Data Sheet & Specification for Process Equipments, Material and Energy Balance, Piping and Instrumentation Diagram (P&ID) preparation, etc.

PPP1004 - REFINERY OPERATIONS

In this course trainees will be given an overview of the function of refineries and descriptions of refinery equipment and systems. Fundamentals of refinery operations will also be covered in order to provide the trainees with knowledge on how to monitor instrumentation, operate an oil refinery with safety as the prime consideration, and the operation of equipment.

PPP1005 - INSPECTION AND CORROSION ENGINEERING

The Course consists Of The following topics (not limited to):

  • Principles of Corrosion
  • Electrochemical Nature of Corrosion
  • Corrosion Cell
  • Potential Difference e.g. EM Vs. Galvanic
  • Types of Corrosion e.g. Galvanic, Atmospheric, intergranular etc.