All About EPCland

What is EPCLand

Being an industrial engineer for the last 18+ years, a team of like-minded professionals and I realized that although Piping Engineering is a common subset of Process & Mechanical Engineering, it’s an application within the larger EPC industries like Refinery, Petrochemical, Pharmaceutical, Fertilizer, Power plants & Gas processing industries is often underrated & undermined.

However, after much deliberation with industry experts, scholars, students & relevant stakeholders, we at realized that this neglected, yet in-demand discipline, focused and updated guidance & content is not easily available.

So, was born with a combined industry experience of 50+ years to create specialized content for Piping Engineering (for Mechanical Engineers) ready to be delivered in the form of videos, lectures & in-person counseling.

Why Enroll in the EPCLand

Proven Track Record– PTR

Activities & Achievements before launching EPCLand
  • Published more than 50+ short courses
  • 3000+ Enrolments
  • More than 2,500,00 Minutes of watch hours in the last 2 years
  • 3000+ Students in 100+ Countries
  • Rating of 4+ out of 5
  • 500+ YouTube Videos
  • 5K+ Subscribers

Actual Statistics of Enrollment

Enrollment from 100+ countries
2,50,000+ minutes taught in the Last 2 years

Following are the statistics for the last 12 months

All About Published Courses

Course Details

Following the Summary of Published courses, mentioning the course details, its duration, and enrollment cost.

SequenceName with LinkDuration
(in Hours)
(in USD)
Paid/FreeDiscount Code
1Introduction to Process Industry20FreeNIL
2Piping Engineering: Fundamentals and Q&A50FreeNIL
3Basic Elements of Piping Engineering4.50FreeNIL
4Complete Course on Piping Engineering42.5270PaidFEB2023
4.1Basics of Piping Engineering950PaidFEB2023
4.2Piping Layout Engineering1390PaidFEB2023
4.3Piping Material Engineering6.590PaidFEB2023
4.4Complete Course on Pipe Stress Analysis14200PaidFEB2023
5.1Piping Material Specifications: Part-1 of 102.50FreeNIL
5.2Piping Material Specifications (Part-2 of 10)4.521PaidFEB2023
5.3Piping Material Specification: Fitting Group (3 of 10)4.521PaidFEB2023
5.4Piping Material Specification: Flange Group (4 of 10)221PaidFEB2023
6Pipe Wall Thickness: ASME B 31.1, 31.12, 31.32.521PaidFEB2023
7Reinforcement Pad Calculations for Pipe Branch10FreeNIL
8.1Material Requisition: Item Name: Pipes1.521PaidFEB2023
8.2Material Requisition: Item Name: Fittings1.521PaidFEB2023
8.3Material Requisition: Item Name Flange1.521PaidFEB2023
8.4Material Requisition: Item Name: Gaskets1.521PaidFEB2023
8.5Material Requisition: Item Name: Fasteners1.521PaidFEB2023
9All about Valves : Classification & Types10FreeNIL
10Piping Deliverables & Non-Deliverables645PaidFEB2023
11Piping Material-Metallurgy: Mechanical Properties & Testing445PaidFEB2023
12Cover letter for Jobs II Do’s & Don’ts 20FreeNIL
13MS-Excel: Basics & Advance Excel Tips1.50FreeNIL
14Email Etiquettes: Professional Writing20FreeNIL
15Microsoft Teams: Various Tools & Features10FreeNIL

What Students will Learn

  • Codes & Standards of the Energy Sector
  • Piping Material Engineering
  • Piping Layout Engineering
  • Stress Analysis

Interesting facts

  • All the published courses have been developed by Industry Experts with more than 2 decades of experience
  • Content is based on Practical experience and real-time problems.
  • Content is designed and organized in such a manner that it can be easily grabbed.
  • Complete website, Blogs and Quiz sections are Planned, Designed and published by myself (About me: Atul Singla)

How BIG is Piping Industry

The size of the piping industry can vary depending on the scope and definition of the industry. However, according to a report by MarketsandMarkets, the global industrial pipes market size was valued at USD 56.6 billion in 2020 and is projected to reach USD 77.6 billion by 2025, at a CAGR of 6.5% during the forecast period. This includes different types of pipes such as PVC, steel, and others used in various industries like oil and gas, water and wastewater treatment, power generation, and chemicals.

How piping Engineering is associated with Piping industry?

Piping engineering is an essential part of the piping industry as it involves the design, analysis, fabrication, installation, testing, and maintenance of piping systems. Piping engineers are responsible for ensuring that piping systems are designed, installed, and operated safely, efficiently, and within the regulatory requirements of the industries they serve.

Piping engineering plays a crucial role in the piping industry as it provides the technical expertise required to design and optimize piping systems for various industries such as oil and gas, petrochemicals, power generation, water and wastewater treatment, and others. The piping engineering process includes the selection of appropriate materials, fittings, valves, pumps, and other components based on the specific requirements of the system.

In addition, piping engineering involves the use of specialized software and tools to model and simulate piping systems, perform stress analysis, and ensure that the systems can withstand the expected operating conditions. This helps to minimize the risk of leaks, failures, and other issues that can lead to costly downtime, environmental damage, and safety hazards.

Overall, piping engineering is critical to the success of the piping industry as it helps to ensure the safe and reliable transportation of fluids and gases in various industries.

Various Roles of Piping Engineers

Sr. no.RoleResponsibilities
1Piping system designDevelop safe, efficient, and cost-effective piping system designs that meet project standards
2Material selectionSelect appropriate materials for piping systems based on pressure, temperature, and fluid composition
3Piping system analysisPerform stress analysis and other types of analysis to ensure piping systems can withstand expected operating conditions
4Installation and testingOversee installation and testing of piping systems to ensure they meet required specifications and standards
5Maintenance and repairDevelop maintenance plans and procedures to ensure piping systems remain in good condition over time
6Coordination with other disciplinesCoordinate with other engineering disciplines to ensure the piping system interfaces correctly with other systems such as electrical, instrumentation, and structural systems
7Code complianceEnsure that piping systems are designed and constructed in compliance with relevant codes and standards, such as ASME, API, and ANSI
8Environmental and safety considerationsConsider environmental and safety requirements in the design and operation of piping systems, such as minimizing emissions and ensuring safe handling of hazardous materials
9Project managementManage piping engineering activities and ensure that projects are completed on time and within budget
10Documentation and reportingPrepare technical reports, drawings, and other documentation related to piping engineering activities
11Troubleshooting and problem-solvingIdentify and resolve issues related to piping systems, such as leaks, failures, or other problems
12Innovation and improvementContinuously improve piping system design, construction, and maintenance practices through innovation and best practices

List of Global Leaders (Clients) of Energy Sectors

The following Table provides information about the global clients along with their Company Size & Total Revenue in USD

Sr. No.Company NameCountryCompany SizeTotal Revenue (USD)Website Address
1ExxonMobilUnited States10,000+267.34
2Royal Dutch ShellNetherlands10,000+214.56
3BPUnited Kingdom10,000+180.61
4ChevronUnited States10,000+141.72
5Total S.A.France10,000+140.09
6ConocoPhillipsUnited States10,000+76.57
7Eni S.p.A.Italy10,000+63.63
12China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC)China100,000+379.41
13Saudi AramcoSaudi Arabia76,000+229.71
14Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC)United Arab Emirates10,000+Not
15Kuwait Petroleum CorporationKuwait10,000+Not
16Qatar PetroleumQatar10,000+Not

List of various Global EPC Leaders

The following Table provides information about the global EPC (Engineering Procurement & Construction) Leaders along with their Company Size & Total Revenue in USD

Sr. No.Company NameLocationCompany SizeRevenue (USD)Website Address
1Bechtel CorporationUnited States10,000+Not
2Fluor CorporationUnited States10,000+15.68
3TechnipFMCUnited Kingdom10,000+12.61
4Saipem S.p.A.Italy10,000+9.09
5McDermott International, Inc.United States10,000+7.11
6PetrofacUnited Kingdom10,000+5.50
7Wood plcUnited Kingdom10,000+9.51
8KBR, Inc.United States10,000+4.56
9Chiyoda CorporationJapan10,000+7.08
10Samsung Engineering Co., Ltd.South Korea10,000+9.12
11Petrofac Emirates LLCUnited Arab Emirates10,000+Not
12WorleyParsons Ltd.Australia10,000+4.04
13AMEC Foster Wheeler plcUnited Kingdom10,000+Not
15Hyundai Engineering & ConstructionSouth Korea10,000+14.71
16Larsen & Toubro Limited (L&T)India10,000+21.44
17Technip EnergiesFrance10,000+Not
18McDermott Arabia Company Ltd.Saudi Arabia10,000+Not
19Aker SolutionsNorway10,000+4.64
20National Petroleum Construction Co.China10,000+Not


The website lists several courses in various fields, including Piping Engineering, associated with Energy Sector. The courses aim to provide students with comprehensive and practical knowledge to improve their skills and advance their careers. Students can access the courses at their own pace and complete them online, with the support of EPC Land’s experienced instructors. Overall, EPC Land’s course offerings appear to be a valuable resource for individuals looking to develop their skills and knowledge in various fields.