Advanced Drilling Technology
The Advanced Drilling Technology training program will help you acquire the knowledge and management skills to advance further in your career. This program will prepare you to operate in a safe and efficient manner with respect for personnel, equipment and protection of our environment.
This program will enable Senior Drilling Personnel in the Operations to:
State the major theoretical aspects of advanced drilling
Apply Onshore / Offshore Drilling Techniques
Demonstrate and understanding of the actions required for Planning, Designing, and Managing Drilling Projects
Who Should attend?
Senior Drilling Personnel, responsible for Drillin...
Training Tight Gas Petrophysics
Petrophysics is central to the integration of a wide spectrum of related geosciences and engineering disciplines. However, students should also be familiar with at least two or more of the following disciplines:
Horizontal Well Drilling, Mud Logging, Wireline Logging & Log Analysis, Coring & Core Analysis, Petrophysics, Geophysics, Geochemistry, Formation Testing, Rock Mechanics, Hydraulic Fracturing and Petroleum Economics.
You will learn how to
Plan petrophysical data gathering from unconventional reservoirs
How to analyze mud log, core and log data so gathered
How to assess TOC and other hydrocarbon indicators
How to gauge gas-in-place and reserves in unconventional reservoirs
How to detec...
Training Workover Operations
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
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...
Training Coring and Core Analysis - Reservoir Geology
In the E&P business, integrated petroleum engineering studies and field development plans are management tools which are used to maximize economic recovery of hydrocarbons. Petrophysical engineers fulfill a key role in analyzing and interpreting subsurface reservoir data, which form the basis for reservoir models. Understanding the methods used in petrophysical analysis, and the related uncertainty of the results and hence the derived models is essential knowledge for all E&P technical staff.
Who Should attend?
Staff in the exploration and production department with no or limited petrophysical background: petroleum engineers, seismologists, petrophysical engineers, reservoir engineers, drilling engineers...