Maritime

Offshore Containers & Portable Offshore Units

Offshore Containers

The world’s growing demand for oil and gas requires safe and reliable offshore transportation events. As a result, DNV GL has developed 2.7-1 “Offshore Containers” and 2.7-3 “Portable Offshore Units” to address the unique conditions experienced in these events.

Course Objective

To enhance knowledge and understanding of DNV GL’s Standards for certification 2.7-1 and 2.7-3 and to raise awareness about other standards and regulations related to offshore transportation.



Focus Points
  • Background to DNV GL 2.7-1 Offshore Containers
  • Relationship with other standards/regulations
  • Prototype testing
  • Lifting sets
  • Production and production survey
  • Welding procedure qualification
  • Periodic Surveys
  • Challenges of Certification of Existing Units
  • Introduction to DNV GL 2.7-3
  • Transport of dangerous goods in offshore containers
Content

The world’s growing demand for oil and gas requires safe and reliable offshore transportation events. As a result, DNV GL developed Standards for certification 2.7-1 “Offshore Containers” and, more recently, 2.7-3 “Portable Offshore Units” to address the unique conditions experienced in these events and the need for reliable supporting equipment (containers, baskets, skips, skids, etc.)


DNV GL certified its 150,000th offshore container in accordance with 2.7-1 in 2013. Standard 2.7-3 for Portable Offshore Units is becoming equally as recognized in the industry.


This course will provide detailed information relating to offshore transportation as per 2.7-1 and 2.7-3, including requirements related to design, manufacturing, testing, marking, certification procedures and periodic inspection.


Trainer

MeindertvanMierlo

Meindert van Mierlo

Manager Section offshore & portable containers

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Cynthia A Ervin

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Date:

TBA

Fee:

$350.00 usd

Duration/Time:

1 day / 08:30 am - 5:00 pm - Registration starts at 8:30 am (Includes lunch)

Target Group:

Manufacturers, Designers, Owners / Operators involved in offshore transportation events

Location:

Houston

Course Objective

To enhance knowledge and understanding of DNV GL’s Standards for certification 2.7-1 and 2.7-3 and to raise awareness about other standards and regulations related to offshore transportation.



Focus Points
  • Background to DNV GL 2.7-1 Offshore Containers
  • Relationship with other standards/regulations
  • Prototype testing
  • Lifting sets
  • Production and production survey
  • Welding procedure qualification
  • Periodic Surveys
  • Challenges of Certification of Existing Units
  • Introduction to DNV GL 2.7-3
  • Transport of dangerous goods in offshore containers
Content

The world’s growing demand for oil and gas requires safe and reliable offshore transportation events. As a result, DNV GL developed Standards for certification 2.7-1 “Offshore Containers” and, more recently, 2.7-3 “Portable Offshore Units” to address the unique conditions experienced in these events and the need for reliable supporting equipment (containers, baskets, skips, skids, etc.)


DNV GL certified its 150,000th offshore container in accordance with 2.7-1 in 2013. Standard 2.7-3 for Portable Offshore Units is becoming equally as recognized in the industry.


This course will provide detailed information relating to offshore transportation as per 2.7-1 and 2.7-3, including requirements related to design, manufacturing, testing, marking, certification procedures and periodic inspection.


Trainer

MeindertvanMierlo

Meindert van Mierlo

Manager Section offshore & portable containers

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