Facilities and Rotating Equipment Engineers

PIPELINE ENGINEERING SOFTWARE & INDUSTRY TRAINING THAT SET THE PRODUCTIVITY STANDARD

An Overview of What We Offer

Pipelines have starting points, destinations, and storage tanks along the way. Facilities and equipment engineers are the gatekeepers who bring petroleum networks to life; they keep the liquids and gases pumping. They need digital oilfield solutions, particularly in the event of pipeline damage.

Facilities and rotating equipment engineers have to marshal the necessary assets and personnel as quickly as possible. The integrated operations functionality of Technical Toolboxes helps facilities and equipment engineers work seamlessly with engineers throughout the pipeline lifecycle.

Challenges for Facilities and Rotating Equipment

Data Storage

You spend days and weeks gathering critical information from disparate sources.

With Pipeline HUB (HUBPL) and Pipeline Toolbox, you upload data into your pipeline library once and it becomes available to all your authorized users.

Failed Audits

Disorganized data storage and poor record-keeping lead to failed audits.

Technical Toolboxes gathers data in one structured database library. You can find your data and adapt your calculations quickly to deliver answers consistently and respond to regulators rapidly.

SOP Alignment

Teams interpret SOPs differently, causing errors and duplicating workloads.

Technical Toolboxes integrates your databases and brings your operations into a unified set of Standard Operating Procedures and Engineering Standards.

Inaccurate Welding Models

Inaccurate cooling rate calculations lead to material failures in heat-affected zones.

With PRCI Hot Tap Toolbox, your calculations match the reality of your materials. Pipeline welds are superior and last longer because calculations are accurate and reliable.

Knowledge Retention

Technical Toolboxes helps you retain important information about the design, construction, operation, and integrity management, independent of any individual employee, making onboarding new employees easier.

Responding to Events

With Pipeline HUB (HUBPL) and Pipeline Toolbox, you can recall the key asset data and history and report the same day.

Technical Toolboxes for Facilities and
Rotating Equipment Engineers

Pipelines have starting points, destinations, and storage tanks along the way. Facilities and equipment engineers are the gatekeepers who bring petroleum networks to life; they keep the liquids and gases pumping. They need digital oilfield solutions, particularly in the event of pipeline damage.

Facilities and rotating equipment engineers have to marshal the necessary assets and personnel as quickly as possible. The integrated operations functionality of Technical Toolboxes helps facilities and equipment engineers work seamlessly with engineers throughout the pipeline lifecycle.

Frequently
Asked
Questions

Pipeline Toolbox assists with proper selection of compressors, pumps, piping, meters, relief valves, and regulators in your facilities to assure reliable operating performance.

PRCI’s Hot Tap Toolbox mitigates the burn-through and hydrogen-cracking risks associated with heat-affected zones.

The latest release from Technical Toolboxes, the HUBPL, connects our library of engineering standards and tools to your data across the pipeline lifecycle.  Integrated maps further streamline engineering resources, leveraging existing pipeline data sets and providing efficiency gains and additional use cases of legacy standard tools.

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The battle against corrosion is never-ending. However, the tools with which engineers wage battle with it are changing fast. This free downloadable case study builds from two actual investigations in corrosion in one pipeline network, twelve years apart. It points out the constant factors and entirely new technology. If your role is in pipeline design and construction, corrosion, integrity, or risk management. This case study paints a picture of how the industry is changing.

In it you will read about:

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The Operational Engineers Buyers Guide

As an engineer in midstream pipeline management, a best-in-class software solution models your ongoing operations, protects your assets, and minimizes your financial and safety liability. There is, of course, much more to it than that. That is why we created the Operational Engineers Buyers Guide for Pipeline Engineers. This digital guide disentangles the complexities to answer the questions of what makes a complete pipeline operations software solution for the 2020s and beyond. The Operational Engineers Buyers Guide addresses the many needs of pipeline operations. It explains what goes into operations software and how data management innovations make it possible to expand the scope of your oversight.

The Operational Engineers Buyers Guide addresses the many needs of pipeline operations.

Download the FREE ebook to read about:

  • What the best software is a must-have in the industry
  • Seeing the Big Picture by combining maps and asset data
  • Transforming data management for new productivity
  • The keys to successful collaboration
  • What tools Technical Toolboxes offers Ops Teams
  • And much more!

The Industry Standard for Pipeline Engineering Calculations for Over 20 Years