At the project phase, the main responsibility of a corrosion engineer is to develop Corrosion Management Program (CMP) and establish a corrosion control strategy for specific individual units. A well-designed Corrosion Management Program is the most useful material not only to prepare a corrosion control strategy, create a reliable inspection plan but also to promote corrosion knowledge management, corrosion talent development and training, integration with other disciplines such as process, operation, inspection, maintenance.
The Hydroprocessing unit is the crucial process of the refinery as high temperature and high-pressure operation conditions are in which major catastrophic accident occurs. An understanding of variables influencing corrosion in hydroprocessing units is necessary for corrosion engineers to improve the reliability, safety and environment impact associated with them. This paper describes an example of how Corrosion Management Program (CMP) and Integrity Operating Windows (IOW) are used for developing specific corrosion control strategy, corrosion knowledge sharing and integration with other disciplines to prepare customized corrosion control strategy of hydroprocessing unit in JAZAN project. The development of corrosion management strategy of Hydroprocessing is focused on the Reactor Effluent Air Cooler system corrosion control using a water-washing method.