Tag: Gravel Packing

Petroleum Geology for Non Geologists

Oil and gas, Production/Reservoir
Petroleum Geology for Non Geologists Course Description The Participants will acquire an understanding of the geological principles employed to find, develop and produce oil and gas reservoirs, the type of data required to build a model of the subsurface, and the different methods used to display information. This course will demystify the language used by geoscientists and help participants understand the relevance of petroleum geology within the overall framework of the upstream oil and gas industry. Course Objectives How to recognise the components of the structure of the Earth How to identify the main rock types, their origins and their roles in petroleum generation and entrapment How drilling, completing and reworking a well affects its ability to produce What can be do...

Training Workover Operations

Oil and gas, Production/Reservoir
Training Workover Operations   Course Description This course gives a technical overview of the science and art of drilling operations, completion practices and post-completion wellbore enhancement or remedial workover techniques (well intervention). It develops an understanding of the WHAT, WHY, and HOW of each of these areas of engineering practice. Reservoir Engineers will learn what can be done within open-hole and cased wells as they execute reservoir management. Drilling and completion personnel will learn how the producing reservoir can be damaged or stimulated by what they do. The participants learn to visualize what is happening "downhole", discover what can be accomplished and gain an appreciation for wellbore risks and the possibility of damage to the forma...

Training Advanced Completion Technology

Training Advanced Completion Technology Course Description This course will provide detailed presentation of the equipment, methods and design considerations for completing oil and gas wells. Emphasis is on planning of down hole operations including reviews of performance prediction, completion equipment and design; formation damage, heavy oil, SAGD, sour, and HPHT considerations; well site operations; and work over and stimulation planning. Participants will also learn technical explanations of common practices and troubleshooting hints and strategies. For : Engineers, top field and rig supervisors, management and service company personnel proficient in oilfield math Find out why those gravel packed wells control sand but do not produce very well. Finally, you will leave with th...