Profession pipeline pump operator
Pipeline pump operators tend pump equipment and systems to transfer liquids and substances (e.g. such as chemical solutions, crude oil, gases, and others) from one point to the next. They operate hoses, pumps, and other equipment according to the good to be transferred. They ensure smooth circulation and flow of the goods in the pipelines.
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- Mechanical engineering
Discipline that applies principles of physics, engineering and materials science to design, analyse, manufacture and maintain mechanical systems.
Theoretical and practical applications of the science studying the action of displacements and forces on physical bodies to the development of machinery and mechanical devices.
- Pipeline coating properties
Know pipeline coating properties such as external anti-corrosion, internal coating, concrete weight coating, thermal insulation, and others.
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- Monitor gauge
Oversee the data presented by a gauge concerning the measurement of pressure, temperature, thickness of a material, and others.
- Operate oil pumping systems
Manipulate control panels to adjust pressure and temperature and to direct product flow rate. Control oil pumping systems; monitor liquid circulation in petroleum refinery.
- Prevent pipeline deterioration
Ensure the conservation of pipelines by undertaking adequate maintenance of the system and its coating properties. Prevent corrosion formation, leaks, and other problems.
- Regulate the flow of substances in pipelines
Control of the flow of substances such as gases, chemicals, oils, and other materials transported via pipelines and pump stations.
- Have a high level of safety awareness
Ensure high levels of safety awareness; use personal protection equipment; communicate with staff members and provide advice on health and safety issues.
- Maintain pipeline coating properties
Perform maintenance to pipelines and their coating properties by applying chemicals and techniques. Maintain external anti-corrosion, internal coating, concrete weight coating, thermal insulation, and other coating properties.
- Transfer liquid goods
Use appropriate equipment and tools to transfer liquid goods from storage vessels to pipelines and vice versa.
- Use rigging equipment
Set up rolling and lifting equipment required to lift and move objects e.g. with a crane or block and tackle system.
- Pump products
Operate pumping machines according to specific procedures and depending on the kind of product. Ensure correct quantities and adequate feeding for the process.
- Transfer oil
Prepare specific volumes of refined and unrefined materials for storage; transfer materials that require further processing.
- Monitor storage vessels used to transport goods via pipeline
Monitor storage vessels for specific goods such as gases, liquids, crude oil, and others. Check gauge levels and other storage requirements depending on the type of goods.
- Apply health and safety standards
Adhere to standards of hygiene and safety established by respective authorities.
- Operate pumping equipment
Operate pumping equipment; oversee gas and oil transport from wellheads to refineries or storage facilities.
- Operate hydraulic pumps
Operate hydraulic pumping systems.
- Maintain tanks
Clean and keep in adequate condition tanks, basins, and filter beds using hand tools and power tools.
Optional knowledge and skillsconsult technical resources operate hydraulic jack lift operate soldering equipment technical drawings rigging terminology operate welding equipment adjust tightness of pump components operate lifting equipment use personal protection equipment handle chemicals
Source: Sisyphus ODB