Artificial lift plays a crucial role in Oil & Gas production, especially in mature oilfield. Artificial lift is not only accelerating the production, but also vital to the economic success of the overall development. Therefore, selecting and designing the appropriate artificial lift is important. After completing the course, the participants will possess and enhance the skill to select, design, plan, analyze and optimize the artificial lift system for offshore oilfield.
Designed for reservoir engineers, reservoir managers, production engineers, production technologists, production engineering managers, petroleum engineers and professionals who are involved in gas condensate and volatile oil reservoirs.
Designed for, but not limited to Geologists, Geophysicists, Reservoir Engineers, and other E&P professionals in seismic interpretation and geological mapping.
Designed for petroleum engineers, drilling engineers, production engineers, reservoir engineers and other disciplines engineers who desire to obtain a comprehensive knowledge of the application of reservoir engineering to optimize field performance and maximizing hydrocarbon recoveries.
The course takes a practical approach to the applications of hydraulic fracturing. Fracturing technology benefits and limitations in all types of sandstone and carbonate reservoirs are explained. Fracture modeling is used as a tool to demonstrate how modeling software can be used effectively in practical applications. All aspects of the planning, designing, and implementation of fracturing treatments are covered. In addition to the technical presentation, the course contains many practical exercises and class problems based on case histories.
Earned Value Management (EVM) is a highly effective project management tool. It enhances good project management through the development of integrated baseline planning and control techniques. These include the integration of the project scope, schedule and cost objectives, establishment of a baseline plan to accomplish the project objectives by effectively measuring project performance.
This course addresses the needs of engineers in both well completion and workover. It will focus on building the current foundation of engineers on completion and workover techniques, but will further provide practical exercises and industrial applications on the key decisions needed to be made during the completion and workover processes.
NODAL analysis views the total producing system as a group of components potentially encompassing reservoir rock/irregularities, completions (gravel pack, open/closed perforations, open hole), vertical flow strings, restrictions, multilateral and branches. It will identify bottle necks and serves as a framework for the design of efficient field wide flow systems, including wells, artificial lift, gathering lines and manifolds. Together with reservoir simulation and analytical tools, NODAL analysis is used in planning new field development.
This course is designed for drilling engineers, drilling accountants, drilling planning executives, business development executives & managers, finance executives, supply chain managers, contracts, procurement, well engineers and geologists.
This course is designed to provide participants with a complete and up-to-date overview of gas conditioning and processing technology. It covers product specifications and the processes available to condition the gas in order to meet these requirements. Participants will understand the nature and purpose of key gas processing operations, and how the individual operations are integrated into plants to process diverse feed streams received from gas fields around the world.