Skills to Get Job in Oil and Gas company in Nigeria

Oil and Gas in Nigeria Training Packages:

 

 AutoCAD 2D & 3D, 2. AutoPlant 3D, 3. PDMS 4. PDMS ADMINISTRATOR, 5.Plant design system – PDS, 6. Caesar II, 7. Auto pipe, 8.ANSYS, 9. Solid work, 10. HYSYS, 11. PRO II,  12.  ChemCaD, 13. PIPESIM, 14.Pipephase, 15. OLGA/ PVT, 16. Primavera Project,  17. Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC), 18. Supervisory Controls and Data Acquisition (SCADA),  19. Website Development (Dynamic and Data Base), 20. Software Development (VB.Net)

 

Address: Suite 28, No 4 Irewole street,

Awosika B/S, Opebi Ikeja, Lagos State, Nigeria

 Tel: 08133476558, 07085740887

Email: info@vogwconcept.com, vogwconcept50@gmail.com

website: www.Vogwconcept.Com

 

Oil and Gas Skills Acquisition

 

VOGW Concept LTD in Partnership with Technical partners provide

SKILLS AND JOBS

Exceptional Training Skills acquisitions

 

 

Skills that will stand you out across the globe!!

 

Get 99% Oil and Gas PRACTICAL Training!

 

Join The Team of Engineers with critical thinking skills and problems solver

 

Free course for participant(s) – P & ID!

 Weekdays and weekends classes are available, new class start at the beginning of every month)

 

Discount available for anyone taking more than two packages.

 

Fee and conditions of services are subject to changes without prior notification

 

 

Real life or dummy project(s) will be provided to test the participants’ ability to use the acquired skills to handle real life projects

 

 

 

Available Packages

 

Design (Drafting and Modelling)

11.       AutoCAD 2D & 3D for drafting and modeling (Duration Min of 2 weeks     3hours per lesson. Regular/Alternate or Sat/Sunday)

 

AUTOCAD 2D and 3D Modeling – Course CONTENTS

 

 

 

2.         AutoPlant 3D (Autoplant P & ID, Autoplant Piping, Autoplant Equipment Autoplant Isometric) (Duration Min of 2 weeks     3hours per lesson. Regular/Alternate or Sat/Sunday)

AutoPlant 3D (Autoplant P & ID, Autoplant Piping, Autoplant Equipment Autoplant Isometric

 

Real life or dummy project(s) will be provided to test the participants’ ability to use the acquired skills to handle real life projects.  

 

 

Auto plant 3D – COURSE CONTENTS

 

Module 1: Autoplant P & ID

Autoplant P & ID

Equipment process lines and control stations

Flow loop, valves, and instruments

Assemblies, equipment trim, flanges and arrow

Process manager and editing features

 

Module 2: Autoplant Piping

Autoplant Piping

 

Drawing and component setting

Component placing

 

Routing pipe and fitting

 

Database function

Drawing production

 

Generating a bill of materials

 

Routing 2D piping and fittings

 

Module 3: Autoplant Equipment

Autoplant Equipment

 

Equipment placement

Nozzle placement

Building equipment from primitives

Data operations

Report Generation

 

Module 4: Autoplant Isometric

 

Setting up the drawing

Components placement

Routing piping path

Dimension and annotation

Database operation and BOM

Auto – ISO

 

 

13.       Piping and Plant design PDMS (Duration Min of 2 weeks     3hours per lesson. Regular/Alternate or Sat/Sunday)

 

Piping and Plant design PDMS

 

Real life or dummy project(s) will be provided to test the participants’ ability to use the acquired skills to handle real life projects.  

 

PDMS – COURSE CONTENTS

Design: Equipment, piping, structural, access, stairs and ladder, cable trays for electrical and electronics &instrument engineers e.t.c

• PDMS Design Database Hierarchy

• Navigation in PDMS

• Creation of equipment and PDMS primitives

• Creation of vessels, pumps, heat exchangers

• Creation of platform & ladders

• Creation of pipe work

•Structural steelwork (column, beams, panels and plates, wall and floors) for civil    and structural engineers

•ASL MODELLER (Access, stairs and ladder) for structural and civil engineers

The training will be based on ASME B31.3 &B31.4 CODE

 

 

• Introduction to PDMS administrator environment and review of PDMS design interface

1.         Equipment modeling as per vendor data sheets.

2.         Piping routing as per input given in P&ID.

3.         Extraction of Isometrics using Isodraft.

4.         3D modeling of Equipment, Piping, Structures & Pipe Supports.

5.         Piping Layout, Equipment Layout, Foundation Layout, Plans, Sections and Isometric Views from PDMS Draft.

6.         Transform Piping layouts, Equipment layouts from PDMS Draft to AutoCAD as per clients deliverable requirements

7.         Transform Piping layouts, from PDMS to Caesar II for static and Dynamic analysis as per client's deliverable requirements

8.         Generating documents such as bulk MTO, reports nozzle schedule. Preparation of key plans, plot plans, sectional plot plans, equipment layouts & piping layout

e.t.c

 

14.       PDMS ADMINISTRATOR (Duration Min of 4 weeks     3hours per lesson. Regular/Alternate or Sat/Sunday)

 

PDMS ADMINISTRATOR

 

Real life or dummy project(s) will be provided to test the participants’ ability to use the acquired skills to handle real life projects.  

 

PDMS Administrator - CONTENTS

 

MODULE I

 

Introduction to PDMS administrator environment and review of PDMS design interface

9.         Equipment modeling as per vendor data sheets.

10.       Piping routing as per input given in P&ID.

11.       Extraction of Isometrics using Isodraft.

12.       3D modeling of Equipment, Piping, Structures & Pipe Supports.

13.       Piping Layout, Equipment Layout, Foundation Layout, Plans, Sections and Isometric Views from PDMS Draft.

14.       Transform Piping layouts, Equipment layouts from PDMS Draft to AutoCAD as per clients deliverable requirements

15.       Transform Piping layouts, from PDMS to Caesar II for static and Dynamic analysis as per client's deliverable requirements

16.       Generating documents such as bulk MTO, reports nozzle schedule. Preparation of key plans, plot plans, sectional plot plans, equipment layouts & piping layout

 

Duration: 2 Days, minimum of 3 hours per lecture weekdays or weekends lectures available or customised to suite participants time frame.

 

 

MODULE II

Project Administration

Project setup, Configuring environment variables, Configuring admin element form, Querying the project, Access control, Backup activity, Database back tracking, Database merging, Replicate project, Database integrity checking, Project expunge, Reconfiguration, Administration databases, Model database relations, Database storage, database Extract etc.

 

Duration: 3 days in a week or one weekend, 3 hours per module for weekdays and minimum of 4 hours on weekends or can be customised to suite to participants’ time frame.

 

MODULE III

Catalogue & Specification (PARAGON)

 

Creating catalogue, Point set, Geometry set, Data set, Detail text, Material text, Connection compatibility tables, Creating a specification, Accessing an existing specification, Entering tabular data, Editing an existing specification, Copying a specification, Outputting a specification, etc

 

Duration: 3 days in a week or one weekend, 3 hours per module for weekdays and minimum of 4 hours on weekends or can be customised to suite to participants’ time frame

 

MODULE IV

Project Draft Administration

 

Layer creation, Sheet libraries, Symbol libraries, Label libraries, Isodraft symbol libraries, Style libraries, Representation rules, Drawlist library, Tagging rules, etc.

 

Duration: 3 days in a week or one weekend, 3 hours per module for weekdays and minimum of 4 hours on weekends or can be customised to suite to participants’ time frame

 

MODULE V

Lexicon: User defined attributes

 

Create and modify User Defined Attributes and User Defined Element Types, Group similar elements for administrative ease, Delete elements, View all available elements in a user-friendly Explorer window, Dictionary Explorer, current element editor, command window, creating elements, creating lexicon world, creating lexicon group.

 

Duration: 3 days in a week or one weekend, 3 hours per module for weekdays and minimum of 4 hours on weekends or can be customised to suite to participants’ time frame

 

MODULE VI

 

Introduction to Programmable Macro Language (PML)

 

Duration: A day, minimum of 3 hours, weekdays or weekends lectures available or customised to suite to participants’ time frame

 

 

15.       Plant design system – PDS (Duration Min of 2 weeks     3hours per lesson. Regular/Alternate or Sat/Sunday)

 

 

Pant design system – PDS

 

PDS – COURSE CONTENTS

 

1) PDS 3D Theory

2) MicroStation for PDS-3D

3) Creating Equipment Models with PDS-3D

4) Extracting Orthographic Drawings with PDS-3D

5) Creating Piping Models with PDS-3D

6) Clash Detection

7) Spec Writing for PDS- 3D

8) Writing Reports using PDS-3D

9) Electrical Raceway Modeling

E.t.c Plus other modules

 

Piping and structural Stress analysis

 

16.       Piping stress analysis (Static and Dynamic state) Caesar II (Duration Min of 4 weeks     3hours per lesson. Regular/Alternate or Sat/Sunday)

 

Piping stress analysis (Static and Dynamic state) Caesar II

 

Real life or dummy project(s) will be provided to test the participants’ ability to use the acquired skills to handle real life projects.  

 

Caesar II – COURSE CONTENTS

•           Overview of CAESAR II functions and how to use the program

•           Detailed, important modeling issues – bends, reducers, valves, rigid elements, and control parameters, non-linearity of restraints, connecting nodes, built-in databases and assorted modeling issues.

•           Practical examples using CAESAR II; input, analysis & redesign

 

•           Theory - Designing for sustained loads; support configuration issues,

•           Spring hanger design, optimization of sustained loads.

•           Practical example

•           Theory - Designing for expansion loads; flexibility

•           Practical Examples

 Detailed problem solving of a complex model, including:

•           Imposed thermal displacements

•           Expansion joint modeling & evaluation

•           Structural steel modeling

•           Spring hanger design

•           Combining steel with piping

•           Problem Solving Workshop – detailed example where each student works independently, applying what is learned to solve a variety of stress and equipment load problems.

•           Buried pipe modeling.

 Introduction to Dynamic analysis

•           Modes and mode shapes

•           Modal analysis

•           Spectral Analysis; Impact & Earthquake analysis Time History Analysis  Harmonic loads & harmonic analysis

•           Relief valve firing

•           Example problems including:

•           Mechanically induced vibration problems & solutions

•           Flow induced vibration problem & solution

•           Time History analysis and evaluation of impact load (steam hammer) with

•           dynamic restraint (snubber)

•           Spectral analysis of impact load (Relief valve firing )

•           Earthquake analysis

Equipment Component and Compliance

 

•           Intersection Stress Intensification Factors

•           Bend Stress Intensification Factors

•           WRC 107 Vessel Stresses

•           WRC Bulletin 297

•           Flange Leakage/Stress Calculations

•           Remaining Strength of Corroded Pipelines, B31G

•           Expansion Joint Rating

•           Structural Steel Checks - AISC

•           NEMA SM23 (Steam Turbines)

•           API 610 (Centrifugal Pumps)

•           API 617 (Centrifugal Compressors)

•           API 661 (Air Cooled Heat Exchangers)

•           Heat Exchange Institute Standard For Closed Feedwater Heaters

API 560 (Fired Heaters for General Refinery Services)

 

17.       Auto pipe (Piping modeling and stress analysis) (Duration Min of 2 weeks     3hours per lesson. Regular/Alternate or Sat/Sunday)

 

AUTO PIPE – COURSE CONTENTS (Piping modeling and stress analysis)

 

Real life or dummy project(s) will be provided to test the participants’ ability to use the acquired skills to handle real life projects.  

 

 

Creating a new system

Routing segment

Routing from the anchor to the tee

Adding a tee

Adjusting the view and completing the segment

Routing segment b

Routing from the branch and converting a point

Editing controls

Creating new points and using the copy/paste commands

Scaling, moving, and stretching

Inserting a support

 

Using the menu method to modify pipe properties

Modifying an existing pipe identifier

Selecting a range by pipe identifier

Modifying pipe properties across a range

Modifying pressure & temperature loads

Using the input grids to modify pipe properties

Modifying an existing pipe identifier (input grids)

Selecting a range by pipe identifier (input grids)

Modifying pressure & temperature loads (input grids)

Graphically reviewing pressure and temperature loads

Reviewing point properties

Assigning loads

Drag & drop insertion of concentrated load

Assigning thermal displacements to the anchors

Assigning static earthquake loads

Perform a static analysis

Graphical review of code stresses

Displaying load combinations

User defined load combinations

More non-code combinations

Interactive review

Design change

 

Selection of output results

Generating the report

Reviewing the report

Closing the report

 

Reviewing autoplant data

Converting a run point to a tee

Nozzle/vessel flexibility

Creating a new disconnected segment

Connecting to another segment

 

Frame overview

Creating a new autopipe frame model

Adding anchors to the frame

Viewing the frame model

Inserting the frame into a model

Opening the piping system

Inserting multiple run points

Automatic renumbering

Selecting support points

Inserting an autopipe model

Connecting the frame to pipe

 

Perform a static analysis

Code combinations overview

Defining combination options

Reviewing interactive displacement results

Reviewing displacement results (result grids)

Applying result filter criteria

Selecting combinations

Rotating equipment compliance

Reviewing code stress results

Reviewing code stress results (result grids)

 

 

Finite Element analysis

 

Real life or dummy project(s) will be provided to test the participants’ ability to use the acquired skills to handle real life projects.  

 

18.       ANSYS (finite element stress analysis) (Duration Min of 4 weeks     3hours per lesson. Regular/Alternate or Sat/Sunday)

 

ANSYS – COURSE CONTENTS

•           Workbench – Mechanical Introduction

•           Mechanical Structural Nonlinearities

•           Introduction to CFX

•           DesignModeler

•           DesignXplorer 12.0

•           Introduction to FLUENT

•           Advanced Heat Transfer Topics

•           ANSYS Meshing Application Introduction

•           GAMBIT to DesignModeler and ANSYS Meshing Transition Course

•           E.t.c

 

19.       Solid work (finite element stress analysis) (Duration Min of 4 weeks     3hours per lesson. Regular/Alternate or Sat/Sunday)

Solid work – COURSE CONTENTS

Introduction to FEA

Key concepts and principles

FEA and CAD modeling approaches

Boundary Conditions

Loads

Elements

Linear vs non-linear analysis

FEA using SolidWorks Simulation

Preprocessing

Analysis set up, Results visualization and post-processing

Meshing options

Mixed Meshing options

Adaptive Meshing

Loads and Restraints

Small vs. Large displacement

Linear static analysis of parts

2

Gaps/Contact and Advanced Assembly Analysis

Assemblies with special connectors and bolts

Frequency Analysis

Effect of In-plane loading on thin-walled structures

Linear Buckling Analysis

Heat Transfer: Conduction, Convection and Radiation

Thermal Stress Analysis with contacts

Drop Test

Optimization

Fatigue analysis (S-N curves, single/multiple invent formulations)

2D Simulations (plane stress, plane strain and axisymmetry)

Pressure vessel modulus

 

Simulation and Modeling

20.       Simulation and Modeling (Steady and Dynamic state) HYSYS (Duration Min of 2 weeks     3hours per lesson. Regular/Alternate or Sat/Sunday)

 

HYSYS. Simulation and Modeling (Steady and Dynamic state) 

 

Real life or dummy project(s) will be provided to test the participants’ ability to use the acquired skills to handle real life projects.  

 

Aspen HYSYS – COURSE CONTENTS

(11. PRO II, 12.  ChemCaD e.t.c)

 

   Introduction to HYSYS  Interface

•   Flow sheeting

•   Thermodynamic

•   Column operations

•   Reactions

•   Basic environment

•   Oil characterization environment

•   Simulation environment

•   Propane Refrigeration loop

•   Refrigerated Gas Plant

•   NGL Fractionation Train

•   Gas Gathering

•   Two-Stage Compression

•   Acid Gas Sweetening with DEA

•   Natural Gas Dehydration with TEG

•   Reporting in Aspen HYSYS

 

HYSYS Dynamic Simulation

 

•  Revision Of Steady State

•  Basic Control Theory

•  Pressure-Flow Relationship

•  Transitioning From Steady State To Dynamics-Modifying The Steady State

•  Sizing Unit Operations

•  Using The Dynamics Assistant And Activating The Dynamic Mode

•  Installing The Controllers (PID)

•  Setting Up Strip Charts

•  Running And Monitoring Dynamic Simulation.

• Advanced Dynamics

 

 

13. Pipeline simulation (PIPESIM) (Duration Min of 1week     3hours per lesson. Regular/Alternate or Sat/Sunday

 

Pipeline simulation (PIPESIM)

 

14. Pipephase – simulation of steady-state pressure, temperature, and liquid holdup profiles in wells, flowlines, gathering systems (Duration Min of 1 week     3hours per lesson. Regular/Alternate or Sat/Sunday)

 

Pipephase – simulation of steady-state pressure, temperature, and liquid holdup profiles in wells, flowlines, gathering systems 

 

Real life or dummy project(s) will be provided to test the participants’ ability to use the acquired skills to handle real life projects.  

 

 

PIPEPHASE TRAINING - CONTENTS: 

 

Understanding the Problem Description

 

-Building the Network

-Create New Simulation Window

 -The fluid property data window

-Simulation description window

-Pipephase main window

-Entering Optimization Data

-Defining the design constraint

-Coefficients for objective function

-Decision variables

-Optimization data window

-NETOPT optimization Data

-Network Optimization Constraints Window

-Specifying Print Options

-Running the Simulation

-Viewing and Plotting Results

-Using the Result Access System (RAS) to Plot Results

-Including Operating Costs

e.t.c

 

 

Flow Assurance

 

15. OLGA/ PVT Sim – Flow assurance (Duration Min of 3 weeks     3hours per lesson. Regular/Alternate or Sat/Sunday)

 

OLGA/ PVTsim – Flow assurance

 

Real life or dummy project(s) will be provided to test the participants’ ability to use the acquired skills to handle real life projects.  

 

 

Subjects to be covered are

•           Compositional input to PVT simulators

•           Equations of state

•           C7+ characterization

•           Simulation of PVT experiments

•           Regression to PVT data

•           Viscosity Models and Tuning to Viscosity Data

•           Wax and Asphaltenes

•           Water Salt and Inhibitors

•           Gas Hydrates

Subjects to be covered are (Advance)

•           Quality Check of Fluid compositions

•           Equations of state (EOS) and Flash Calculations

•           Common EOS for Multiple Fluids

•           Viscosity Models and Tuning to Viscosity Data

•           Wax Formation and Deposition

•           Asphaltene models

•           Cubic EOS customized for Aqueous Mixtures

•           Allocation

•           Modeling of Gas Hydrate Formation

•           Gas Hydrate Kinetics

Reservoir Engineering PVT Course

Subjects to be covered are

•           Compositional input to PVT simulators

•           Equations of state

•           C7+ characterization

•           Simulation of PVT experiments

•           Regression to PVT data

 

Subjects to be covered are (Advance)

•           Basic multiphase production hydraulics and thermal issues

•           Introduction to OLGA topology and basic assumptions

•           Introduction to PVTsim

•           Flow Assurance issues for oil and gas-condensate production

•           Terrain slugging mitigation, hydrodynamic slugging and OLGA Slugtracking

•           Shut-in, cool-down, start-up and depressurization of a well-flowline-riser configuration

•           Building a simulation model with minimum info

•           Gas condensate pipe-modeling - characteristic steady state behavior, pigging, turndown, ramp-up, three-phase flow, separator with level control

•           and much more

 

 

Project Management

16. Project Management (Primavera/MS Project) (Duration Min of 4 days     3hours per lesson. Regular/Alternate or Sat/Sunday)

Real life or dummy project(s) will be provided to test the participants’ ability to use the acquired skills to handle real life projects.  

 

 

PRIMAVERA/ MS PROJECT – COURSE CONTENTS: 

Introduction,  Navigating, Project Structure, Creating a Project, Creating a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS), Creating Activity Codes, Adding Activities, Maintaining the Project Documents Library, creating Relationships, Scheduling Adding Constraints,  Formatting Data,  Defining Resources,  Assigning Resources and Costs, Analyzing Resources and Costs, Optimizing the Project Plan,  Baselining the Project Plan, Project Execution and Control, Reporting Performance,  Project Web Site

 

 

Automation

17. Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) (Duration Min of 2 weeks     3hours per lesson. Regular/Alternate or Sat/Sunday)

 

Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC)

 

Real life or dummy project(s) will be provided to test the participants’ ability to use the acquired skills to handle real life projects.  

 

Programmable Logic Controller (PLCs) – COURSE CONTENTS

Overview of PLCs

Central Processing Unit

I/O System

Programming Terminals and Peripherals

Installation and Maintenance of PLCs

Relay Logic

Ladder Logic

Timers

Counters

MCR, JUMP, and FORCE Instructions

Sequencers

Data Transfer

Math Functions

Process Control

Data Communications

Number Systems and Codes

Digital Logic

Advanced Programming Languages

Robotics

PLC Programming software

Selection Criteria of PLC according to application

Introduction to field device (Input/output)

Ladder diagrams

Upload & Download

 Fault finding & Trouble shooting

Types of I/P, O/P signal

Types of PLC (Classification)

Communication of SCADA

Sources sink Concept of PLC

Detail information about Local I/O’s and Remote I/O’s

Some terminology used in PLC (Scan time, Scan cycle, Redundancy, Response time)

Types of programming language

Hands on practical (LD/FBD)

Addressing format

NO/NC concept

Software operate (Upload, Download)

Troubleshooting and fault diagnostic of PLC

 

18. Supervisory Controls and Data Acquisition (SCADA) (Duration Min of 1 week     3hours per lesson. Regular/Alternate or Sat/Sunday

 

Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA)

 

Real life or dummy project(s) will be provided to test the participants’ ability to use the acquired skills to handle real life projects.  

 

SCADA: Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition – COURSE CONTENTS

• Introduction to SCADA

• Making new Project

• Classification of SCADA

• Features of SCADA

• Difference between SCADA and HMI

• Making & Editing new graphic display

• Attaching controls to graphic objects

• Real time & Historical Trends

• Using alarms and Events

• Application of scripts

• Communication with PLC

• Communication with MS-Excel

• Net DDE Communication

• Fault finding & Troubleshooting

• Recipe management

• Security

 

 

Website and Software

 

19. Website Development (Dynamic and Data Base)

 

 

 

(Duration Min of 4 weeks     3hours per lesson. Regular/Alternate or Sat/Sunday)

 

20. Software Development (VB.Net) (Duration Min of 8 weeks     3hours per lesson. Regular/Alternate or Sat/Sunday)

Software Development using VB.Net

 

 

 

 

Address: Suite 28, No 4 Irewole street,

Awosika B/S, Opebi Ikeja, Lagos State, Nigeria

 Tel: 08133476558, 07085740887

Email: info@vogwconcept.com, vogwconcept50@gmail.com

website: www.vogwconcept.Com

 

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