The cost of corrosion runs into the billions for oil and gas operations. Costly issues can arise when just a single piece of equipment isn’t designed to properly mitigate corrosion. Not only is there a need to replace the failed piece of equipment but additional costs can arise from production losses due to shutdown, environmental clean-up, and safety incidents, etc.
Enhancing your corrosion management system will not only result in cost savings but will increase revenue through increased on-stream process time.
Our webinar examines a case study in a Steam Assisted Gravity Drainage (SAGD) facility, which experienced multiple heat exchanger failures resulting from two factors that contributed to corrosion - design (no gas blanket) and operational (low flow conditions).
To accurately compare the financial impact of forgoing vs installing the proper corrosion mitigation measures during design, construction and commissioning, a net present value (NPV) analysis was completed for a couple of scenarios.
- Strategies for corrosion management
- Net present value (NPV) analysis
- Designing for corrosion management
||21st June 2017
||10am MDT | 11am CDT | 5pm BST
||Laura Cardenas, Corrosion Engineer, LR