CorrMagnet provides consulting services, develops software products, and conducts training programs to control corrosion of oil and gas industry infrastructures.

Industry-focussed trainings are identified as CM-I-XX; are developed specifically for oil and gas industry personnel; can be focussed to specific sector (production, transmission, storage tank, refining, or distribution); and use, “Corrosion Control in the Oil and Gas Industry” book as course material.

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Industry Focused Training

Industry-focussed trainings Topic Duration (hours(J)) Description
CM-I-01(A) Internal corrosion control-Course 40(K)

This 5-day course describes the 5-M methodology (modelling, mitigation, monitoring, maintenance, and management) to effectively and economically control internal corrosion. The course presents the steps in the development and implementation of internal corrosion control solutions as well as discusses the opportunities to improve it.The course also provides an overview of more than 100 standards/best practices from technical associations,industry associations, and companies.

CM-I-02(B) Internal corrosion control - Workshop 20

This 3-day workshop leads the participants to develop solutions to control internal corrosion using the 5-M methodology (modelling, mitigation, monitoring, maintenance, and management). The participants are provided with internal corrosion related field data and are assigned to develop appropriate solutions. Solutions proposed by various participants are discussed and deliberated.

CM-I-03(C) Internal corrosion control - Tutorial 6

This 1-day tutorial presents an outline of the 5-M methodology (modelling, mitigation, monitoring,maintenance, and management) to effectively and economically control internal corrosion. The tutorial describes the key-steps in the development and implementation of internal corrosion control solutions. The tutorial also provides an overview of recent advances of standards/best practices from technical associations, industry associations, and companies.

CM-I-04(D) External corrosion control - Course 40(K)

This 5-day course describes the 5-M methodology (modelling, mitigation, monitoring, maintenance, and management) to effectively and economically control external corrosion (including stress-corrosion cracking). The course presents the steps in the development and implementation of external corrosion control solutions as well as discusses the opportunities to improve it. The course also provides an overview of more than 75 standards/best practices from technical associations, industry associations, and companies.

CM-I-05(E) External corrosion 20

This 3-day workshop leads the participants to develop solutions to control external corrosion (including stress-corrosion cracking) using the 5 Mmethodology (modelling, mitigation, monitoring, maintenance, and management). The participants are provided with external corrosion related field data and are assigned to develop appropriate solutions. Solutions proposed by various participants are discussed and deliberated.

CM-I-06(F) External corrosion control - Tutorial 6

This 1-day tutorial presents an outline of the 5-M methodology (modelling, mitigation, monitoring, maintenance, and management) to effectively and economically control external corrosion (including stress-corrosion cracking). The tutorial describes the key-steps in the development and implementation of external corrosion control solutions.The tutorial also provides an overview of recent advances of standards/best practices from technical associations, industry associations, and companies.

CM-I-07(G) Corrosion control - Course 80(K)

This 10-day course describes the 5-M methodology (modelling, mitigation, monitoring, maintenance, and management) to effectively and economically control internal and external corrosion (including stresscorrosion cracking).The course presents the steps in the development and implementation of internal and external corrosion control solutions as well as discusses the opportunities to improve it. The course also provides an overview of more than 175 standards/best practices from technical associations, industry associations, and companies.

CM-I-08 Corrosion issues in the oil and gas industry - Tutorial 6

This tutorial provides an overview of the oil and gas industry. It describes various sectors of the industry, their operating conditions, types of materials used in them, different types of corrosion that may take place, and finally cost of corrosion.

CM-I-09 Oil and Gas Industry Materials - Tutorial 6

This tutorial discusses the basic properties of metals and non-metals, types of materials used in the oil and gas industry, and standards used to classify the materials.

CM-I-10 Environmental conditions of the oil and gas industry - Tutorial 6

This tutorial presents an overview of environmental conditions influencing corrosion in various sectors of the oil and gas industry.

CM-I-11 Corrosion mechanisms - Tutorial 6

This tutorial presents an overview of types of corrosion and their mechanism. It also presents an overview of types of corrosion that may take place in various sectors of the oil and gas industry.

CM-I-12 Modeling - Internal corrosion - Tutorial 6

This tutorial presents models to predict hydrogen effects on carbon steels and corrosion-resistance alloys (CRAs), and to predict general corrosion, localized pitting corrosion, erosion-corrosion, microbiologically influenced corrosion (MIC), top of- the line corrosion (TLC), and high-temperature corrosion of carbon steels.

CM-I-13 Mitigation - Internal corrosion - Tutorial 6

This tutorial discusses some time-tested and proven activities to mitigate internal corrosion including pigging, corrosion inhibitors, biocides, internal lining and coating, cladding, cathodic protection, and process optimisation.

CM-I-14 Monitoring - Internal corrosion - Tutorial 6

This tutorial discusses techniques to monitor and to inspect internal corrosion in the field. It presents the characteristics, merits, and demerits of more than 40 techniques. It also presents an overview of standards describing these techniques.

CM-I-15 Modeling - External corrosion - Tutorial 6

This tutorial discusses the model to predict the behaviour of external corrosion control measures (coating and cathodic protection) and the rate of corrosion if and when the corrosion control measures fail. It describes characteristics four steps of the model: 1. Projection of coating effectiveness and mitigated corrosion rate based on laboratory evaluation. 2. Adaptation of corrosion rate projected in step 1 based on field operating conditions. 3. Validation of the corrosion rate from step 2 based on above-ground survey results. 4. Verification of the corrosion rate from step 3 based on the below ground field measurements.

CM-I-16 Mitigation - External corrosion - Tutorial 6

This tutorial discusses the coatings and cathodic protection (CP) used to mitigate external corrosion oil and gas infrastructure. It describes various types of mainline coatings, girthweld coatings, repair coatings, insulators, and weight coatings (e.g., concrete coatings) used in the industry over 70 years. It presents the principles of CP and merits and demerits of different criteria used to apply CP. This tutorial also provides an overview of 50 standards on coatings and CP.

CM-I-17 Monitoring - External corrosion - Tutorial 6

Describes the use of: • Holiday detection,above-ground monitoring and remote monitoring to understand the status of the coating and cathodic protection (CP); • Inline inspection (ILI) and below-ground inspection to determine the remaining wall thickness of the infrastructure; and • Hydrostatic testing to investigate the overall strength of the infrastructure to withstand the operating conditions. It also provides an overview of more than 10 standards on various monitoring techniques.

CM-I-18 Measurement - Corrosion - Tutorial 6

Certain parameters are normally collected for reasons other than corrosion control and corrosion professionals use these data for effective corrosion control practice. This tutorial discusses general types of measurements, list of parameters measured that can be useful for corrosion control, importance of quality control during the measurement, and precautions when using these parameters in developing corrosion control strategies.

CM-I-19 Maintenance - Corrosion - Tutorial 6

This tutorial describes general aspects of maintenance. It discusses the importance of five interdependent entities of maintenance: equipment, workforce, data, communication, and associated activities.

CM-I-20 Corrosion Management - Tutorial 6

Corrosion management is a systematic, proactive, continuous, ongoing, technically sound, and financially viable process of ensuring that the people, infrastructure, and environment are safe from corrosion. This tutorial presents the steps of corrosion management including: • Evaluation and quantification of corrosion risks during design, construction, operation, shutdown, and abandonment stages, and identification offactors causing, influencing, and accelerating these corrosion risks. • Establishment and implementation of organizational structure, resources, responsibilities, best practices, procedures, and processes to reduce, control, or prevent corrosion risks. • Maintenance and dissemination of corporate strategy, regulatory requirements, finance, information affecting corrosion, and records on corrosion control activities. • Review the success of implementation of corrosion control and identify opportunities for further correction and improvement. The tutorial also discusses a 100-point score system to evaluate the successful implementation of corrosion management process.

CM-I-21 Corrosion Management - Pinnacle 3

This non-technical presentation delivers the highpoints of effective corrosion management. It emphasises the requirement, importance, and benefits of incorporating corrosion management in company policy, company culture, and integrity management. It highlights the 100-point scoring method for overseeing the implementation and evaluation of corrosion management best practices within the company.

CM-I-22(H) Vender/supplier participation 3

Three or four (max) suppliers of service, equipment, or product suppliers present technical aspects of their products. These presentations are organised normally during lunch break.

CM-I-23(H),(I) Individual test 3

Participants of CM-I-01 and CM-I-04 may opt to take this 3-hour open book test at the end of the course (see CM-I-24 and CM-I-25 for other options)

CM-I-24(H),(I) Individual essay 3

Participants of CM-I-01 and CM-I-04 may opt to write an individual essay (see CM-I-23 and CM-I-25 for other options). The essay is due within 3 hours after the completion of the course.

CM-I-25(H),(I) Team presentation 3

Participants of CM-I-01 and CM-I-04 may opt to take this team presentation at the end of the course (see CM-I-23 and CM-I-24 for other options). The team consists of 2 to 4 participants. This option is available only when there is sufficient interest.

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