This course describes the duties of a pipeline dispatcher during normal, abnormal and emergency operations. During normal operations the dispatcher routinely monitors and changes product flow and delivery point.
This course covers the shut-down procedure, the static line monitoring methods and other normal operating duties. It also describes dispatcher duties during abnormal operations such as uncommanded line pressure changes, group A/B/C alarm warnings and unexplained measurement variances. Finally, this module describes the procedures for handling emergencies such as fire, suspected leaks, tank alarm, gas alarm, facility evacuation and others.
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