Stability Issues of Marine and Offshore Vessels
17 Nov - 18 Nov, 2016 singapore SGD 2437 Closed
14 Nov - 15 Nov, 2016 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia SGD 2437 Closed
Following information: Venue at singapore | Training Date from 17 Nov 2016 till 18 Nov 2016
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SGD 2437
Stability management protects asset value by reducing the potential for major or catastrophic risks associated with a loss of vessel stability. The stability of floating vessels is an important consideration to evaluate their application in the marine and offshore development. As oil and gas exploration and development activity moves further and further offshore, physical vessel size and enhanced capabilities are needed to keep pace with the more demanding operating conditions typical to this operating environment. 
This course will present the concepts of stability, methods of evaluation and the application to general marine, and in particular, offshore upstream oil and gas.

This course will address both intact and damage stability with special focus on applicability to offshore operations. The program will also give an overview of stability regulations and certifying agencies, as well as typical software used to evaluate stability. This a generic course well-tailored for oilfield, Shipping and exploration & production facilities.
  • Explain the concepts of weight, buoyancy and their centers of floating vessels.
  • Describe the concept of reserve buoyancy.
  • Examine the effects of change of center of gravity.
  • Understand the concepts of stability of a body.
  • Explain the concepts of intact stability of floating vessels.
  • Explain hydrostatic properties of floating vessels.
  • Explain the concept of metacentric height, an evaluator of stability of floating vessel.
  • Discuss the effects of free surface on stability.
  • Describe the concept of range of stability, another evaluator.
  • Discuss the regulatory requirements of stability for various marine/offshore vessels.
  • Describe the applicability of stability principles for various marine/offshore vessels.
  • Calculate draft, list and trim of floating vessels using simple methods.
  • Explain the concepts of damaged stability of floating vessels.
  • Describe damage control principles.
  • Discuss damage control procedures.
  • Discuss various corrective actions in case of various what if damage conditions.
  • Describe computer application to evaluate stability.
Intact Stability
  • Floating Vessel Particulars
  • Vessel Weight Particulars
  • Concepts of Stability of Floating Vessels
  • Free Surfaces
  • Stability Regulations and Certifying Agencies
  • Applicability of Stability Principles in Maritime Work
  • Applicability of Stability Principles in Offshore Operations
Damage Stability
  • Preliminary Concepts
  • Damage control
  • Typical application software to evaluate stability
This course is designed for Marine and offshore support vessel owners and operators, Ship builders, Oil & gas operators, Marine equipment manufacturers, Marine and offshore suppliers and contractors who are exposed to stability. This course is applicable to disciplines from various ship application. Participant should have a basic knowledge of physics and math.

Vessel Captain and Manager - Marine pilot - Field Managers & Superintendent - Marine operations Managers - Marine Engineers / Supervisor - Marine and offshore project managers and directors - Barge Superintendents & Deck Foreman - Captains, Master and Marine Officers - Surveyors and Positioning Chiefs - HSE Management and Staff - Safety Officers - Emergency Response Teams & Medics.- Derrick Crane operators, Winch Engineers & Technical Supervisors - AHTS Deck Leaders and Deck Crew - Barge Master or Rig Winch- Operators and Drill Crew - Port Authority.

Attendee’s specific to the Oil & Gas (Upstream E&P) will include:
Offshore installation Manager - Regulatory Engineer and specialist - Process Engineers - Operation Engineers - FPSO Project Managers -Facility Managers - Engineers & Integration Managers - Project Manager - Conceptual Design Engineers; Insolation Manager - Naval Architects - Construction Manager - Lead engineer - Compliance Engineer - Subsea or marine engineers - Structural engineers without marine background - Environmental, health, and safety managers and directors.

  • Engineering professors and research professionals who have not spent time in a maritime and offshore oilfield.
  • New employees in the marine and petroleum industry.
  • Novice offshore operators, technicians and geologists.
  • Owners of marine and offshore royalty interests who wish to better manage their assets.
  • Non-technical personnel who want to better understand marine and oil field operations to better serve customers.
  • Oil and gas industry professionals interested in learning more about offshore operations such as drilling engineers, offshore
  • construction engineers, project team members and pipeline engineers.
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