Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG)

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Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG)

ASC’s LNG library is designed for all operator and contractor personnel, from managers to maintenance.  Whether you need training for new hires or refresher training for experienced hands, these courses provide comprehensive knowledge for workers in the LNG industry.  All material is based on the most current regulations, standards, and codes. Each new course is reviewed by LNG SMEs prior to release.

The LNG Library includes 11 courses based primarily on U.S. Department of Transportation, Department of Homeland Security, and NFPA standards.  Course topics include Characteristics and Hazards of LNG, Operating Concepts Overview, LNG Plant Operations, and Maintenance Concepts.

All courses are enhanced with professional graphics, animations, and narration, as well as test questions to ensure learning.  Courses are delivered via a state-of-the-art learning management system that allows you to customize curricula, adjust testing parameters, and even customize courses with site-specific content.

These courses cannot be administered and paid for online by the user, they must be assigned by ASC.  Please click Register buttons to send us a request for these courses and we will contact you shortly to complete transaction and get you started!!!

Courses for Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG)

141 Characteristics and Hazards of LNG

registerProvides an introduction to LNG and describes its characteristics and hazards.

142 Potential Hazards – LNG Release

registerExamines the potential hazards that could occur as the result of small and large releases of LNG.

143 LNG Operating Concepts Overview

registerGives a brief description of LNG facilities and their functions and operations. This course also defines common terms and examines applicable regulations and standards.

144 LNG Plant Operations – Gas Treating

registerExamines the hazards of working around hydrogen sulfide. This course also reviews the operation of filter-separators, amine units, and mole sieve dehydrators, including common troubleshooting problems.

145 LNG Plant Operations – Liquefaction

registerReviews popular LNG technologies. Also discussed are shutdown and start-up of the liquefaction process, including cool-down, purging, and common operating problems such as freezing and leaks.

146 LNG Plant Operations – Storage and Regasification

registerDescribes the degrees of containment of LNG storage vessels, how they are constructed, and how boil-off gas is handled. This course also examines the cool-down and regasification processes, types of vaporizers, and operational issues associated with vaporizers.

147 LNG Plant Operations – Pumps and Compressors

registerDescribes pumps, including in-tank pumps, and explains how and where they are used in an LNG plant. This course also examines how and where compressors are used, including those used in boil-off gas and refrigeration applications. The main types of compressor drivers and their features are discussed, as well.

148 LNG Plant Operations – Instrumentation and Controls

registerDiscusses the various process instruments used to measure pressure, flow, level, and temperature. The second phase of the course explains the use of control instruments, control systems, and DOT requirements for control systems.

149 LNG Transfer Concepts

registerExamines protocols, equipment, safety, security, and procedures for LNG transfer operations from ships to import terminal facilities. The course also takes a brief look at transfer operations involving LNG truck trailers.

150 LNG Maintenance Concepts: Part 1

registerDiscusses the codes, standards, and references that apply to the design, construction, and operation of LNG facilities. Materials that are suitable for LNG service, testing methods, design, inspections, and documentation requirements are also explained.

151 LNG Maintenance Concepts: Part 2

registerDiscusses the welding process, welding techniques, test methods, and certification of welders. The second phase of the course explains the types of corrosion, typical locations of corrosion, and methods of controlling corrosion. The last phase of the course discusses the DOT requirements of the maintenance process, including training and documentation.

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