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Pipeline Internal Corrosion Control & Monitoring


This special practical approach course is designed to provide a comprehensive understanding of applied corrosion prevention, control and monitoring techniques for oil and gas surface facilities equipment and pipeline, combating internal corrosion damages using chemical inhibitor injection, and to improve personal skill and ability to control, monitor and evaluate the results of pigging operation and chemical injection with corrosion coupon, scale coupon, ER corrosion probes and LPR corrosion probes.


After completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Broaden or reshape their knowledge on the related subjects of his or her area of responsibility, learn more detail about internal corrosion control and monitoring, and understand how to select and use of corrosion inhibitors and chemicals.
  • Understand what internal corrosion is, how to detect, predict and monitor their growth, and how to control these serious problems in the pipeline.
Course Content
  1. Oil, condensate, gas, and water flowing in the pipeline
  2.  Corrosion in water re-injection system and the injection line
  3.  Corrosion in sea water injection system
  4.  The role of H2S, CO2, and acidic impurities in the fluid
  5.  Nature of H2S corrosion, pitting and stress corrosion cracking
  6.  Nature of CO2 corrosion
  7.  Sour corrosion and top of line corrosion problems
  8. Microbial induced corrosion mechanism and its related problems
  9. Corrosion caused by SRB and the pitting mechanism
  10.  Corrosion caused by oxygen penetration
  11. Examples of corrosion damage and pipeline leakage
  12. Corrosion monitoring methods in oil & gas field
  13. Oil & gas filed corrosion prevention methods
  14. Corrosion control with inhibitors and the selection of suitable corrosion inhibiting chemicals
  15. Dosage and injection methods of corrosion inhibitors
  16. SRB control with biocides and the selection of suitable and low risk biocide formula
  17. Dosage and injection methods of biocides
  18. Oxygen control by de-aeration and chemical injection, and the selection of suitable oxygen scavenger
  19. Dosage and injection methods of oxygen scavenger

Ir. Rini Dharmastiti, M.ST, PhD.

who Should Attend

This course is for either corrosion engineers or non corrosion engineering personnel who involve in oil & gas operations and maintenance, pipeline and asset integrity management, pipeline inspection and pigging, material purchasing, chemical selection and injection, hazard and HSE management, and any corrosion related activity.


The course will be delivered in the form of classroom exposition, case studies and open discussion. Course materials will be handed out as hard and soft copy.


  • 29 Feb-02 Mar 2012
  • 20-22 mar           2012
  • 03-05 April            2012
  • 25-27 April            2012
  • 01-03 Mei               2012
  • 29-31 Mei                2012
  • 12-14 Juni               2012
  • 03-05 July              2012


  • Shantika Hotel, Yogyakarta
  • Melia Purosani Hotel, Yogyakarta
  • Grand Aston Hotel, Yogyakarta

Course Fee

Rp 7.500.000,-/ peserta

Special rate Rp.6.950.000,-/ peserta for 3 Participant from the same company

Pembayaran dapat dilakukan pada saat pendaftaran atau melalui transfer ke no rekening:

PT Bank Mandiri Cabang KH Ahmad Dahlan Yogyakarta

Acc. No.  137-00-0786993-2


for future Information please contact us :


Jl. Cendana No 5, Baciro, Yogyakarta

Phone:  0274 – 419936

Fax:  0274 – 419936


Contact Person:  Upie

Mobile:  0858 8027 8869

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