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This course explores all the major aspects of processes, technologies and systems involved in subsea oil and gas production, examining the building blocks of subsea engineering, including the key components, flow assurance, reliability and maintenance.
The renowned course is delivered by part-time distance learning so it does not disrupt your work or home life, and is an invaluable detailed introduction to this crucial and complex field.
When: 18 November 2020
Where: Delivered online with the support of leading industry experts
Duration: 12 weeks
Qualification: Lloyd’s Maritime Academy Professional Development Certificate
Andries Mastenbroek, Project Director, Heerema Marine Contractors SE
John worked for 28 years for BP as a Research Associate, Team Leader and “trouble shooter” covering all aspects of their businesses including field development projects, novel resource recovery techniques, subsea robotics/automation, seabed production concepts, seabed excavation methods, underwater repair techniques, flexible riser studies and much more. Subsequent to this John has continued working in the offshore oil industry through Azur Offshore Ltd, with clients including Chevron UK, BP Exploration, British Gas, Technomare, Trident Consultants, Fina UK and Cameron France.
John is a regular lecturer at a number of universities, including on the MBA (Oil and Gas) with Middlesex University, plus numerous Lloyd’s Maritime Academy and IBC Academy courses.
Find out more about John here
Felix Appiah-Ankam, Project Director, Heerema Marine Contractors SE