Clarion Technical Conferences

Subsea Pipeline Engineering
September 22-26, 2008

Subsea Pipeline Engineering Course
Subsea Pipeline Engineering Course


Subsea Pipeline Engineering Course (formerly the Marine Pipeline Engineering Course)
September 22-26, 2008 • Houston, Texas

The course will provide a complete and up-to-date overview of the area of Subsea Pipeline Engineering, taking delegates through the pre-design phase, design, construction, installation, operation and maintenance. It will give a complete picture of the work of design engineers and pipeline construction companies, using actual case studies from around the world to highlight the topics discussed. While the course requires no previous experience, this is not a superficial overview. The lecturers are experts in their fields and have vast experience in lecturing on the subject of Subsea Pipeline Engineering. Places will be strictly limited to ensure maximum individual attention. All delegates will receive a full set of lecture notes providing an invaluable reference for use after the course. Read the complete Course Program.

Who Should Attend

Engineers from oil & gas companies, construction companies, pipe and service suppliers and regulatory authorities, who are newly qualified, have recently moved into pipeline engineering or hold broad responsibilities that include pipelines.

Course Documentation

Participants receive a sturdy ring binder containing more than 700 pages of text and illustrations supporting the lectures and providing an invaluable reference source after the course.

In addition, each participant will receive a copy of the newly published 650pp. reference book Subsea Pipeline Engineering by Andrew Palmer and Roger King.

Continuing Education

On completion of the course, participants will be eligible to receive 2.6 Continuing Education Units. (CEU’s).

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Global Pipeline Monthly

Supported by: ASME
Journal of Pipeline Engineering
  Pipeline & Gas Journal PIPE