Training Galveston 2017

RefComm® - Delayed Coking Training ClassTRAINING CLASSES OFFERED

Mon-Tue, May 8 – 9 2017

Gary PitmanEvan HydeDelayed Coker Operations and Reliability
Instructors: Gary Pitman with Evan Hyde

Tom MeekEvan HydeAdvanced Coker Process and Troubleshooting
Instructors: Tom Meek with Evan Hyde

Mahmod Samman, Ph.D., P.E.Mechanical Integrity and Reliability of Coke Drums
Instructor: Mahmod Samman, Ph.D., P.E.

Christopher F. DeanFCCU Process Fundamentals and Recent Developments
Instructor: Christopher F. Dean

Bryan LewisSuccessfully Operating Your FCCU
Instructor: Bryan Lewis

Noel VicenteSRU Operations and Troubleshooting, TGU Review
Instructor: Noel Vicente

Dave GeddesPetroleum Refining Economics
Instructor: David Geddes

Mon, May 8 2017

Charlie SmithNon-invasive flow measurement with emphasis on coker resid flow
Instructor: Charlie Smith & Various technical suppliers

Tue, May 9 2017

Charlie SmithMOVs – Developing a maintenance strategy for Motor Operated Valves with emphasis on coker structure, tank farm and emergency block valves
Instructor: Charlie Smith

Tue, May 9 2017

John MleczewskiReliability – A path to changing unplanned losses into production gains
Instructor: John Mleczewkski

Wed, May 10 2017

Charlie SmithI&E World Class Reliability
Instructor: Charlie Smith

Thu, May 11 2017

Charlie SmithPreventative Maintenance Primer with Emphasis on Sulfur Instrumentation
Instructor: Charlie Smith & Other presenters

Fri, May 12 2017

Noel VicenteSRU Process and Operations Engineering
Instructor: Noel Vicente

Letter of Recommendation for Coker Training

View letter from ALITER-AXI


Your course pass includes lunch and coffee breaks. Attendees also receive a class manual that can serve as a valuable office reference. Dress is casual for all seminars.

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