This is to inform all intended participants to the Technical Session taking place in Lagos this Friday that the venue for the event has changed. The Technical session will take place in Elion House, the venue of last year’s event. We apologize for any inconvenience.
That said if you haven’t registered online yet, either via our site or through the Eventbrite Page for this event, do so before close of business (4.00PM) tomorrow 9th July to enable you get a certificate of Participation \ Attendance. Registration thereafter will not entitle you to such.
The schedule for the event is as follows.
ACTIVITY WHO(M) COMPANY DURATION TIME
Attendee Registration PLAN 55 mins 07:30 – 08:25
Welcome Speech Dorgu, Joseph (National Chair) PLAN 15 mins 08:30 – 08:45
Opening Remarks Oni, David (Chapter Chair) PLAN/SPDC 15 mins 08:45 – 09:00
Feed Overview & Pipeline Design Biose, Henry O. CresTech Eng. 30 mins 09:00 – 09:30
Operation Readiness Commission & Decommissioning of Pipeline, Post Field Life Ladipo, Olakunle Baker Hughes 30 mins 09:30 – 10:00
Q & A Session All 20 mins 10:00 – 10:20
Tea Break 15 mins 10:20 – 10:35
Pipeline Engineering For Young Engineers Oreagba , Tayo SPDC 30 mins 10:35 – 11:05
Operating Oil/Gas Pipeline, Regulator’s Perspective Osahon, George (DPR Director) DPR 30 mins 11:05 – 11:35
Q & A Session All 25 mins 11:35 – 12:00
Lunch Break 60 mins 12:00 – 13:00
Pipeline Integrity Management Ramaiah, Narendranath SPDC 30 mins 13:05 – 13:35
Pipeline as Effective Transport Medium Eze, Tobe Total 30 mins 13:35 – 14:05
TBA Dorgu, Joseph PLAN 30 mins 14:05 – 14:35
Q & A Session All 25 mins 14:35 – 15:00
AOB All 30 mins 15:00 – 15:30
Closing Remarks Ogbannu, Emeka (Chapter Sec.)/ PLAN Port Harcourt Sec. 15 mins 15:30 – 15:45
Those of you who have attended our events before know that we DO NOT sanction “Nigerian Time”
Henry O. Biose – CresTech Eng. Limited
Henry holds a Bachelors of Engineering (B. Eng), Materials & Metallurgical Engineering, Second Class Upper Division, from the Federal University of Technology, Owerri, Nigeria and MSc Materials & Metallurgical Engineering from the University of Lagos, Lagos, Nigeria. Henry has special interest in Corrosion and Materials Engineering, Pipeline Engineering and Piping Materials Engineering. He has several years of experience within the oil and gas design industry as a Pipeline Engineer, Cathodic Protection Engineer, Materials and Corrosion Engineer and Piping Materials Engineer. He is currently working with CresTech Engineering Limited, (Member of the Technip Nigeria), Lagos, Nigeria, as a Pipeline/Corrosion Engineer. Henry has been a member of PLAN since 2011.
TOPIC: “FEED Overview and Pipeline Design”
The paper would explain the three phases of engineering designs (Conceptual, FEED and Detailed). The meaning of FEED shall be adequately explained. The paper shall cover the typical pipeline design components for FEED onshore and offshore pipeline design. The typical FEED pipeline deliverables (Pipeline Materials Selection, Wall thickness Calculation, Cathodic Protection Designs, Alignments sheet, Approach details etc) shall be covered.
Olakunle Ladipo – BakerHughes
TOPIC: “Operation Readiness Commission & Decommissioning of Pipeline, Post Field Life”
Tayo Oreagba – SPDC
TOPIC: “Pipeline Engineering For Young Engineers”
George Osahon – DPR (DPR Director)
TOPIC: “Operating Oil/Gas Pipeline: A Regulator’s Perspective”
Narendranath Ramaiah – SPDC
Tobe Eze – Total
TOPIC: “Pipeline as Effective Transport Medium”
Joseph Dorgu – JSD Value Consult Ltd
Joseph holds a HND from Rivers State University of Science and Technology, Nigeria and MSc & Ph. D from the University of Manchester, Manchester, UK. Joseph’s area of specialization is Corrosion and Materials Engineering, Pipeline Engineering and Piping Materials Engineering. He has over 30 years of experience within the oil and gas design industry as a Pipeline Engineer, Head of Inspections, Pipeline Manager etc in companies like SPDC, RWTUV, LNG Karrattha and Bonny. He is a renowned speaker and motivational speaker sharing his experience to the “new generation” of Engineers. He recently retired from Nigeria LNG and now runs his own consulting firm JSD Value Consult. Joseph is the National Executive Chairman of PLAN, and has been a member since 2007.