Get the basics of Marine LNG in this course and learn from experienced trainers in the Marine & Offshore fields.
This course is jointly developed by NP and SNAMES.
After this course you will be able to understand:
- How natural gas is stored on marine vessels
- Learn above LNG market and economics
- Design principles of LNG Vessels and LNG floating unitsLNG production and re-gasification
- Gain knowledge of LNG bunkering
Application Period: TBC
Course Period:12 to 28 Oct 2021 (TBC)
Day 1 to 8: Online Lecture (Microsoft Teams)
Day 9: Face-to-Face Written Test (Ngee Ann Polytechnic)
Tuesday & Thursday: 7:00pm to 9:00pm
Saturday: 9:00am to 11:00am
Ngee Ann Polytechnic reserves the right to reschedule/cancel any programme, modify the fees and amend information without prior notice.
This course consists of 5 modules:
M1.1: Introduction on NG specification properties, uses, etc.
M1.2: What is LNG and Natural Gas (specification and its characteristics and properties)
M1.3: How NG is stored for transportation – technical and engineering design associated with storage and product management
M1.4: Different containment designs and the cargo and boil of gas management
M2.1: Global LNG market dynamics
A. the factors of consideration leading to FID of liquefaction projects
B. Capex involved/global competitiveness
C. The players in each field (producers, traders, portfolio players, consumers)
D. How the market has evolved over the years
M2.2: LNG value/supply chain- overview of what happens from upstream to midstream to downstream.
M2.3: LNG pricing – Basic introduction on the various indices (ie Henry hub, TTF/NBP, JKM and Brent link) commonly used, the dynamics and how they compared in terms of FOB/DES pricing.
M3.1: LNG Production (I) – Study of different gas treatment technologies
A. Treatment of gas to meet LNG product specifications – Introduction
B. Process treatment technologies – Fundamentals of different treatment process
M3.2: LNG Production (II) – Study of various liquefaction technologies and LNG Re-gasification solutions
A. Natural gas liquefaction technologies – Introduction
B. Study in differentiation of available LNG production technologies
C. The re-gasification process and the different available process technologies
M4.1: Design Principles and Relevant rules for LNG Carriers
A. Introduction to LNG Carriers and LNG Floating Units
B. Design Principles of LNG Carriers and LNG Floating Units
C. Design Drivers and Considerations for LNG Carriers
M4.2: Design Principles and Relevant rules for LNG floating units
A. Design Drivers and Considerations for LNG Floating Units
B. Risk Identifications and Evaluations of LNG Floating Units
C. Environment, Health and Safety Guidelines for LNG Floating Units
M5.1: Gas as a Fuel -What is Gas, Types of engines using gas
M5.2: LNG Storage Systems – Shore Storage, Onboard Storage, Handling of Gas
M5.3: Onboard Fuel System – Types of machinery / equipment, Onboard Safety
M5.4: Bunkering- Types of Bunkering, Safety, Procedures
M5.5: Regulations and Training
Dave Cheng is currently a Senior Shipping Analyst at TOTAL. He was previously Commercial Manager at Pavilion Energy and prior to that he worked in the offshore shipping industry. He holds a MSc in Shipping Trade & Finance from Cass Business School and BEng in Mechanical Engineering from NUS.
Dr. Zhou Xingding is a senior lecturer in Ngee Ann Polytechnic. He has previously spent 15 years in R&D sectors and is currently leading several R&D projects as a Principal Investigator to develop new chemical / biochemical manufacturing processes. Dr. Zhou has authored more than 20 peer-reviewed journal articles and book chapters and filed several patents.
A Certificate of Performance will be awarded to participants who achieve at least 75% attendance and pass all required assessment(s).
A Certificate of Participation will be awarded to participants who meet the 75% attendance requirement but did not pass all required assessment(s).
Course fee is payable upon acceptance. It is inclusive of 7% GST and subject to review.
The course is eligible for SkillsFuture Credit. For more information on the SkillsFuture Credit click here.
For enhanced training support, enter SME in the promo code during course application.
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|Applicants / Eligibility||Fees|
|Full Course Fee||$577.80|
|Singapore Citizens (SC) below the age of 40 years||$173.34|
|Singapore Citizens (SC) above the age of 40 years||$65.34|
|Enhanced Training Support for SME Scheme (for SC & SPR)||$65.34|