Project Description

Canadian LNG Essentials Course

Includes Regulatory requirements with comparatives between CSA Z276, ASME/BPVC and NFPA 59A

Critical Concepts Training – Two Day Seminar – $1598

(Course Cost $1298. The CPAC qualification exam is written immediately following the training. The fee for the LPG concepts qualification examination and registration is $300)

Who Should Attend

This course is designed to provide practical understanding of the content and application of the CSA Z276-18 LNG, NFPA 59A and the CSA B51 Pressure Vessel code for the design, construction and operation of LNG facilities in Canada. Training includes references to Canadian adoptions of ISO/IEC standards as appropriate. The course is critical for anyone working in the LNG sector in the Canada. These fundamental requirements provide a common knowledge base for Directors, Managers, Engineers, Technologists, Welders, Construction personnel, QC personnel and Inspectors in the execution of safe compliant projects.

Prerequisites

None

Course Materials Included

  • Course Workbook

Seminar Overview

This two day seminar is essential for anyone involved in the Canadian LNG industry. This course provides participants with a clear understanding of the regulatory requirements in the application of the codes and standards as well their legal compliance obligations, weather supplying goods, providing services or operating a facility. Areas of Study include design, construction, QC, inspection, operations or maintenance. This training provides a comprehensive knowledge base for the scope, definitions and mandatory application of CSA, NFPA and ASME requirements. The training provides concept identification with direct reference to National Energy Board and Provincial regulatory requirements. Environmental sensitively considerations are also addressed. This course provides the necessary background and prerequisite to enable participants to proceed with intermediate and advanced level training.

Learning Objectives

This two day course provides participants with an overview of the Canadian LNG Requirements. Upon completion participants will:

  • Understand the Regulatory mandates under Federal and Provincial legislations.
  • Understand the LNG system concepts including gathering, compression, loading and unloading and regasification.
  • Understand the Environmental implications in location selection and site impact.
  • Understand the Design requirements contained in the CSA Z276/NFPA 59A and CSA B51 Pressure Vessel requirements.
  • Understand the Design requirements contained in the CSA EXP276.2:19 for floating LNG facilities.
  • Understand the Construction requirements for plants and loading/unloading facilities.
  • Understand the Minimum requirements and concepts for facility operation and maintenance.
  • Understand the Management System and document control requirements for the LNG lifecycle.
  • Understand the Competence of Personnel and traceability requirements.

All Participants will receive a Certificate of Completion and CEU credits.

Agenda

Doors open at 7:40 am with coffee and tea offered. Training is from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm on day 1 and 8:00 to 3:30 on day 2. Each day and includes 2 coffee breaks and a catered lunch is provided. The course will address the following:

  • Introduction and History of LNG
  • Regulatory Structure – National and Provincial Requirements
  • Management Systems – concepts and legal application requirements
  • Location Selection
  • Design, Materials and Procurement requirements
  • Construction, Inspection and Testing protocols
  • Commissioning protocols
  • Operation and Integrity and Maintenance concepts
  • Supplementary administrative and technical requirements
  • International overview
  • Day-2, 1 hour (3:30-4:30) CPAC Level 1 Exam. Minimum pass mark 70%

In order to execute compliant services in the North American Oil and Gas industry, companies require personnel to be trained and qualified with a functional knowledge of both the regulatory and technical requirements. This course contains the minimum regulatory requirements for LNG production, storage and handling. It is essential to anyone who must demonstrate competency in the North American Oil and Gas sector.

Assessment Method

The course includes interactive team-based exercises and discussion throughout for added learning value and retention. This course of study is acceptable preparation to write the CPAC Level 1 LNG Concepts and Content exam.

On-Site Training Available

This course can be provided at your location and is suitable for customization to meet your corporate training program requirements.

Contact Us to arrange for your customized training today!

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