The Middle East is known as the “Crossroads of the World” because it is where the three continents of Asia, Africa, and Europe come together. The region also plays a big role in the petroleum industry due to its vast oil reserves and has been a center for learning and experience in the oil and gas.Abu Dhabi, U.A.E Dubai, UAE
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This course is designed to improve the engineers’ understanding of the approach to building Integrated Production Models using PROSPER, MBAL and GAP , with a focus on the engineering, quality control and program navigation.
This course is targeted to those engineers that have (i) attended the Standard IPM course previously, and (ii) have consolidated their familiarity of MBAL, PROSPER and GAP through consistent use over time.
This course is designed for users already familiar with the first level of Integration within IPM (GAP, PROSPER and MBAL) and wish to take the integrated production modelling approach to the next level, integrating numerical simulation reservoir models, process models, economics as well as implementing Global Optimization and Field Management Rules within the system.
This course is designed for wellsite geologists, drilling and operations engineers, and those who are involved in the acquisition and use of well-site geological data in their job scope.
This course aims to establish an understanding of the processes, technology, equipment, techniques and HSE associated with oil and gas production and operation.
Designed for Reservoir Engineers, Petroleum Engineers, Geologists, Geophysicists, Petrophysicists, Drilling Engineers, Production Engineers, Surveillance Engineers, Managers.
Designed for reservoir engineers, petroleum engineers, chemist, laboratory technicians, geologist, project engineers, project coordinators, project managers and professionals who want to know comprehensively how is the best practice in implementing chemical EOR projects.
Designed for reservoir engineers, geologists, petrophysicists, geophysicists, petroleum engineers, production engineers, project engineers, project managers and anyone else who desire to obtain a comprehensive knowledge of integrated reservoir characterization and modeling.
This course presents a comprehensive summary of miscible, polymer and thermal enhanced oil recovery processes. For each technique, theoretical and practical aspects are discussed in detail, along with case studies/field examples of each of the processes.
This course is designed for experienced reservoir engineers who have been involved in constructing reservoir models and performing simulation studies for field recovery optimization. Attendees should have a basic knowledge of reservoir simulation.
This course provides an introduction to the economic analysis of international petroleum ventures. Furthermore, it gives exposure to the most widely accepted techniques used in the economic analysis of investment opportunities in the ‘upstream’, or exploration and production (E & P) sector of the oil industry.
Given the volatility in oil prices today, the economic evaluation of an upstream oil and gas investment is essential. Business decisions involving asset acquisitions, lease-buy assessments, exploration drilling options, oil and gas field development, equipment purchases, and fiscal negotiations all require detailed economic analysis. The course will cover cash flow analysis, deriving and understanding economic indicators and detailed probability and fiscal analysis. These are vital components of the evaluation of investments in today’s international upstream oil and gas industry.
Replacement of any part of the Electric Submersible Pump (ESP) following a failure requires a workover rig which is very expensive specially in offshore locations. The process of ESP installation and recovery can be speeded up and made more efficient by installing the ESP at the end of a coiled tubing or depoyed by cable like CDESP. Other solution is to replace ESP with Jet Pump.
Engineers and other personnel involved with the daily operation and management of producing oil and gas wells; Drilling engineers and workover engineers
The main objective of this course is to provide Exploration & Development professionals with the opportunity to develop hands-on experience of various Machine Learning techniques. It will cover all essential approaches from fundamental theoretical background to high-level real work information/techniques.
Seismic data is acquired in time - the time taken for the sound to travel from the source to reflectors and to return to receivers. However, wells are drilled in depth, not time. Variations in velocity can distort the depth, size, and shape of possible reservoirs. Therefore, conversion from time to depth is needed for a clear picture of the prospect and the risks involved.
The main objective of this course is to provide Exploration & Development professionals with the opportunity to develop hands-on experience of various Seismic Data Acquisition & Processing techniques. It will cover all Seismic acquisition and processing approaches from fundamental theoretical background to high-level real work information/techniques.
The main objective of this course is to provide a comprehensive understanding of static reservoir modelling and reliable reservoir models, which used to predict oil production, investigate various production scenarios and eventually help decision makers to optimize field development.
The main objective of this course is to provide a comprehensive understanding of reservoir gemechanics which become nowadays very important. This course is focused on fundamentals of geomechanics and rock physics required for key practical applications: pore pressure and formation stress prediction, determination of optimally-stable wellbore trajectories, production-induced faulting and subsidence, effects of fluid injection or/and depletion on fault reactivation and reservoir compaction, hydraulic fracturing stimulation and sand production prediction
A decision to drill an exploration well with the objective to find a new oil or gas field must be based on a sound assessment of the prospect's risks and of the volumes: what is the chance that a well will find hydrocarbons, and how much could it be? Risk and volume assessments form the basis for decisions to drill a well or not, and as such form the link between subsurface evaluation and the business aspects of the petroleum industry.
This course examines the processes leading to the formation and accumulation of carbonate & Siliciclastic rocks and how sequence stratigraphy provides a predictive method to understand the formation of these reservoirs and application in oil and gas industry.