Improving productivity and rising throughput are critical to maximizing profitability in all sectors, such as oil & gas. Although it can be difficult to determine the particular areas and/or equipment to concentrate on, increasing yields, reducing costs, and reducing downtime, to maximize flow and overall capability of the plant. The correct solution to the bottleneck is also equally as difficult to find
- Apply systematic techniques in process plant optimization, revamping and debottlenecking
- Identify the features, common myths and scope of process plant optimization and profitability and examine the different optimization methods used in process plants. Illustrate the integration of process simulation in operational analysis and implement the requirements, configuration and guidelines of optimizing the design
- Discuss creep potential and study and optimize the cost-effective debottlenecking strategy and action plan methodology.
- Employ process optimization and process controls implemented in process plants Implement systematic techniques of optimizing process plant reliability including root cause failure analysis, logic diagrams and fault trees, materials inventory management and turnaround planning
- Recognize the function and significance of process plant optimization management and enterprise information systems and acquire knowledge of risk management and optimization
- Use the offsite optimization process, including its architecture, storage facilities and inventory management, Explain the utilities management and rehabilitation including its mechanism
- Determine the different revamping techniques and options and the role of R&D in the growth of new products and the increase of production capability
Discuss parameters of maintenance, electricity, services, environment and safety and discuss economic problems, planning and project management.