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Pelatihan Customers Service Excellent

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Customers Service Excellent

Deskripsi Pelatihan Customers Service Excellent

Salah satu kunci sukses dari keberhasilan dalam meningkatkan penjualan adalah dengan berinteraksi dan menjalin hubungan baik dengan customer, dengan cara memberikan pelayanan yang memuaskan. Dengan berinteraksi dapat membangun kesempatan untuk mempromosikan produk, layanan dan perusahaan. Namun tidak mudah bagi pihak perusahaan untuk menjalankannya. Sukses dalam menciptakan kepuasan peklanggan sangat tergantung dari tingkat keahlian customer service. Dalam pelatihan ini akan dibahas bagaimana meningkatkan keahlian peserta menjadi customer service yang handal.

Materi Pelatihan Customers Service Excellent

Hari 1 :

1.   Understanding the service

  • The Basic Concept of Customer Service
  • The role of customer service

2.   Delivering the best service

  • The Ten Commandments of great Customer Service
  • Enhancing ability in delivering Effective Customer Service

3. Understanding the customer

  • Needs of customer
  • Why customers switch the service provider?
  • How to handle customer
  • How to handle difficult customer

Hari 2 :

4.   Handling complaint

  • Effective Complaint Handling Process
  • Understanding Customers’ Points Of View
  • Build Effortless Rapport With Your Customers

5.   Written Exercise

6.   Etiquettes in Customer Service

  • The Objectives
  • The Function

7. Role Play 1 – How to deliver the best service?

Hari 3 :

8.   The Basic skill of Customer Service Personnel

  • Appearance
  • Attitude
  • Language
  • Body Language
  • Behavior

9.    Role play 2 – How to deliver the service?

10.  Wrap Up

  • Do’s and don’ts in customer service
  • Customer Service Excellence in several companies

Peserta

Peserta dapat diikuti oleh semua yang tertarik pada bidang ini. Selain itu juga dapat diikuti oleh semua yang ingin mengatahui dan mendalami tentang bidang ini.

Instruktur

Instruktur dalam Pelatihan dan Training ini akan dibawakan oleh seorang yang ahli dalam bidang ini.

Metode Training

  • Presentasi
  • Diskusi antar peserta
  • Studi kasus
  • Simulasi
  • Evaluasi
  • Konsultasi dengan instruktur

Jadwal Pelatihan di Pusat Training Indonesia :

  • 15 – 17 Januari 2019
  • 12 – 14 Februari 2019
  • 12 – 14 Maret 2019
  • 9 – 11 April 2019
  • 7 – 9 Mei 2019
  • 18 – 20 Juni 2019
  • 9 – 11 Juli 2019
  • 6 – 8 Agustus 2019
  • 3 – 5 September 2019
  • 24 – 26 September 2019
  • 8 – 10 Oktober 2019
  • 22 – 24 Oktober 2019
  • 5 – 7  November 2019
  • 3 – 5  Desember 2019

Catatan: Jadwal tersebut dapat disesuaikan dengan kebutuhan calon peserta

Biaya dan Lokasi Pelatihan Pusat Training Indonesia :

  • Yogyakarta, Hotel Dafam Malioboro (6.000.000 IDR / participant)
  • Jakarta, Hotel Amaris Tendean (6.500.000 IDR / participant)
  • Bandung, Hotel Golden Flower (6.500.000 IDR / participant)
  • Bali, Hotel Ibis Kuta (7.500.000 IDR / participant)
  • Lombok, Hotel Jayakarta (7.500.000 IDR / participant)

Investasi Pelatihan tahun 2019 ini :
Investasi pelatihan selama tiga hari tersebut menyesuaikan dengan jumlah peserta (on call).

*Please feel free to contact us.

Catatan: Apabila perusahaan membutuhkan paket in house training, anggaran investasi pelatihan dapat menyesuaikan dengan anggaran perusahaan.

Fasilitas Pelatihan di Pusat Training Indonesia :

FREE Airport pickup service (Gratis Antar jemput Hotel/Bandara)
FREE Akomodasi Peserta ke tempat pelatihan .
Module / Handout
FREE Flashdisk
Sertifikat
FREE Bag or bagpackers (Tas Training)
Training Kit (Dokumentasi photo, Blocknote, ATK, etc)
2xCoffe Break & 1 Lunch, Dinner
FREE Souvenir Exclusive

 

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JADWAL TRAINING OF TRAINER (TOT) SERTIFIKASI BNSP 2019

JADWAL TRAINING OF TRAINER (TOT) SERTIFIKASI BNSP 2019

 

Jadwal Pelatihan di Pusat Training Indonesia :

15 – 17 Januari 2019
12 – 14 Februari 2019
12 – 14 Maret 2019
9 – 11 April 2019
7 – 9 Mei 2019
18 – 20 Juni 2019
9 – 11 Juli 2019
6 – 8 Agustus 2019
3 – 5 September 2019
24 – 26 September 2019
8 – 10 Oktober 2019
22 – 24 Oktober 2019
5 – 7  November 2019
3 – 5  Desember 2019
hal tersebut dapat disesuaikan dengan kebutuhan calon peserta

Lokasi Pelatihan Pusat Training Indonesia :

Yogyakarta, Hotel Dafam Malioboro (6.000.000 IDR / participant)
Jakarta, Hotel Amaris Tendean (6.500.000 IDR / participant)
Bandung, Hotel Golden Flower (6.500.000 IDR / participant)
Bali, Hotel Ibis Kuta (7.500.000 IDR / participant)
Lombok, Hotel Jayakarta (7.500.000 IDR / participant)

Investasi Pelatihan tahun 2019 ini :
Investasi pelatihan selama tiga hari tersebut menyesuaikan dengan jumlah peserta (on call).

*Please feel free to contact us.

Apabila perusahaan membutuhkan paket in house training, anggaran investasi pelatihan dapat menyesuaikan dengan anggaran perusahaan.

Fasilitas Pelatihan di Pusat Training Indonesia :

FREE Airport pickup service (Gratis Antar jemput Hotel/Bandara)
FREE Akomodasi Peserta ke tempat pelatihan .
Module / Handout
FREE Flashdisk
Sertifikat
FREE Bag or bagpackers (Tas Training)
Training Kit (Dokumentasi photo, Blocknote, ATK, etc)
2xCoffe Break & 1 Lunch, Dinner
FREE Souvenir Exclusive

 

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Pelatihan Stuck Pipe and Fishing Operations

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Course Description Pelatihan Stuck Pipe and Fishing Operations

Stuck Pipe and Fishing Operations

A practical treatment of the causes of stuck pipe and twisting off, as well as techniques employed to avoid such problems. Investigation techniques, operation, selection and use of fishing tools, decision making methods are also covered. Wellbore recovery and replacement decisions and techniques to side track are covered in the course.
This course is designed to educate the participant how to prevent fishing jobs, and if they occur what options and techniques are available to recover the fish or sidetrack the well.

Prerequisites
•    Fundamantal understanding of drillstrings.
•    Exposure to well site drilling operations.
•    Basic math skills.

Course Schedule Pelatihan Stuck Pipe and Fishing Operations

Day 1    Overview of drilling – hole designs and types
Axial Loads in submerged tubulars
Steel Mechanics 1
Steel Mechanics 2
Drill string design – API RP7G exercises
Day 2    Continuation of drill string design
Causes of drill string failure
Preventing drill string failure
Stuck Pipe 1: definitions, mechanisms and consequences
Stuck Pipe 2: Geometry causes
Day 3    Stuck Pipe 3: Solids causes
Stuck Pipe 4: Differential sticking
Lost circulation
Fishing 1: Causes and prevention
Fishing 2: Tool types and operation
Day 4    Fishing 3: Tool selection
Fishing 4: Economics
Fishing 5: Exercises
Overview of directional drilling
Overview of plug back methods, open hole and cased hole
Day 5    Sidetracking: Reasons and considerations, effect on future operations
Sidetracking openhole
Sidetracking cased hole

Peserta

Peserta dapat diikuti oleh semua yang tertarik pada bidang ini. Selain itu juga dapat diikuti oleh semua yang ingin mengatahui dan mendalami tentang bidang ini.

Instruktur

Instruktur dalam Pelatihan dan Training ini akan dibawakan oleh seorang yang ahli dalam bidang ini.

Metode Training

  • Presentasi
  • Diskusi antar peserta
  • Studi kasus
  • Simulasi
  • Evaluasi
  • Konsultasi dengan instruktur

Jadwal Pelatihan di Pusat Training Indonesia :

  • 15 – 17 Januari 2019
  • 12 – 14 Februari 2019
  • 12 – 14 Maret 2019
  • 9 – 11 April 2019
  • 7 – 9 Mei 2019
  • 18 – 20 Juni 2019
  • 9 – 11 Juli 2019
  • 6 – 8 Agustus 2019
  • 3 – 5 September 2019
  • 24 – 26 September 2019
  • 8 – 10 Oktober 2019
  • 22 – 24 Oktober 2019
  • 5 – 7  November 2019
  • 3 – 5  Desember 2019

Catatan: Jadwal tersebut dapat disesuaikan dengan kebutuhan calon peserta

Biaya dan Lokasi Pelatihan Pusat Training Indonesia :

  • Yogyakarta, Hotel Dafam Malioboro (6.000.000 IDR / participant)
  • Jakarta, Hotel Amaris Tendean (6.500.000 IDR / participant)
  • Bandung, Hotel Golden Flower (6.500.000 IDR / participant)
  • Bali, Hotel Ibis Kuta (7.500.000 IDR / participant)
  • Lombok, Hotel Jayakarta (7.500.000 IDR / participant)

Investasi Pelatihan tahun 2019 ini :
Investasi pelatihan selama tiga hari tersebut menyesuaikan dengan jumlah peserta (on call).

*Please feel free to contact us.

Catatan: Apabila perusahaan membutuhkan paket in house training, anggaran investasi pelatihan dapat menyesuaikan dengan anggaran perusahaan.

Fasilitas Pelatihan di Pusat Training Indonesia :

FREE Airport pickup service (Gratis Antar jemput Hotel/Bandara)
FREE Akomodasi Peserta ke tempat pelatihan .
Module / Handout
FREE Flashdisk
Sertifikat
FREE Bag or bagpackers (Tas Training)
Training Kit (Dokumentasi photo, Blocknote, ATK, etc)
2xCoffe Break & 1 Lunch, Dinner
FREE Souvenir Exclusive

 

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PELATIHAN GENERATOR EXCITATION: MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTING

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DESCRIPTION PELATIHAN GENERATOR EXCITATION: MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTING

Generator excitation is a proven excitation system solution offering enhanced performance, protection, and life extension across a broad range of generator sizes and manufacturers. The system has applied to new and retrofit applications on gas, steam, and hydro turbine driven generators worldwide.

COURSE CONTENT PELATIHAN GENERATOR EXCITATION: MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTING

1.    Excitation fundamentals
2.    Generator parameters
3.    Excitation system on line and excitation drawings
4.    Manual and automatic regulation
5.    Control and protective circuits
6.    Digital excitation system overview
7.    Analog and digital signal training
8.    Online and offline troubleshooting maintenance
9.    Digital generator protection

GENERATOR EXCITATION

Peserta

Peserta dapat diikuti oleh semua yang tertarik pada bidang ini. Selain itu juga dapat diikuti oleh semua yang ingin mengatahui dan mendalami tentang bidang ini.

Instruktur

Instruktur dalam Pelatihan dan Training ini akan dibawakan oleh seorang yang ahli dalam bidang ini.

 

Metode Training

  • Presentasi
  • Diskusi antar peserta
  • Studi kasus
  • Simulasi
  • Evaluasi
  • Konsultasi dengan instruktur

Jadwal Pelatihan di Pusat Training Indonesia :

  • 15 – 17 Januari 2019
  • 12 – 14 Februari 2019
  • 12 – 14 Maret 2019
  • 9 – 11 April 2019
  • 7 – 9 Mei 2019
  • 18 – 20 Juni 2019
  • 9 – 11 Juli 2019
  • 6 – 8 Agustus 2019
  • 3 – 5 September 2019
  • 24 – 26 September 2019
  • 8 – 10 Oktober 2019
  • 22 – 24 Oktober 2019
  • 5 – 7  November 2019
  • 3 – 5  Desember 2019

Catatan: Jadwal tersebut dapat disesuaikan dengan kebutuhan calon peserta

Biaya dan Lokasi Pelatihan Pusat Training Indonesia :

  • Yogyakarta, Hotel Dafam Malioboro (6.000.000 IDR / participant)
  • Jakarta, Hotel Amaris Tendean (6.500.000 IDR / participant)
  • Bandung, Hotel Golden Flower (6.500.000 IDR / participant)
  • Bali, Hotel Ibis Kuta (7.500.000 IDR / participant)
  • Lombok, Hotel Jayakarta (7.500.000 IDR / participant)

Investasi Pelatihan tahun 2019 ini :
Investasi pelatihan selama tiga hari tersebut menyesuaikan dengan jumlah peserta (on call).

*Please feel free to contact us.

Catatan: Apabila perusahaan membutuhkan paket in house training, anggaran investasi pelatihan dapat menyesuaikan dengan anggaran perusahaan.

Fasilitas Pelatihan di Pusat Training Indonesia :

  • FREE Airport pickup service (Gratis Antar jemput Hotel/Bandara)
  • FREE Akomodasi Peserta ke tempat pelatihan .
  • Module / Handout
  • FREE Flashdisk
  • Sertifikat
  • FREE Bag or bagpackers (Tas Training)
  • Training Kit (Dokumentasi photo, Blocknote, ATK, etc)
  • 2xCoffe Break & 1 Lunch, Dinner
  • FREE Souvenir Exclusive
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Training Need Analysis (TNA)

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Deskripsi  Training Need Analysis (TNA)

Need Analysis

Dengan diawali dengan analisa kebutuhan training (Training Need Analysis) yang tepat maka proses pelatihan akan berjalan lebih optimal. Ada tiga jenis jenis analisa kebutuhan training yaitu: task-based analysis, person-based analysis, dan organizational-based analysis.

Task-based Analysis, analisa untuk mangetahui jenis ketrampilan apa yang dibutuhkan, kita perlu menganalisa tugas dan tanggung jawab pada posisi yang berkaitan, sehingga dengan hasilnya kita dapat ditentukan jenis training semacam apa yang diperlukan. Person-based Analysis, analisa ditujukan untuk mengetahui kekurangan atau area pengembangan yang dibutuhkan oleh orang pada level kompetensi orang yang memegang posisi tertentu. Dan kemudian dapat ditentukan jenis training apa saja yang diperlukan untuk orang tersebut. Organizational-based Analysis, analisa kebutuhan training yang berdasarkan pada kebutuhan strategis perusahaan dalam merespon bisnis masa depan.

Tujuan [block]2[/block] Need Analysis

Setelah mengikuti pelatihan ini, peserta diharapkan mampu menentukan kebutuhan jenis training yang diperlukan untuk karyawan yang memang diperlukan untuk peningkatan kinerja perusahaan.

Materi [block]3[/block] Need Analysis

  1. Pendahuluan: Sasaran dan Harapan Peserta

Kerangka Berpikir Penyusunan Program Pelatihan
Hasil Akhir Identifikasi Kebutuhan Pelatihan.
2. Tiga Level Analisis (definisi dan metode identifikasi kebutuhan)

Task-based analysis
Person-based analysis
Organizational-based analysis.
3. Evaluasi training
4. Workshop penyusunan dan evaluasi TNA
5. Studi kasus dan diskusi

Peserta

Peserta dapat diikuti oleh semua yang tertarik pada bidang ini. Selain itu juga dapat diikuti oleh semua yang ingin mengatahui dan mendalami tentang bidang ini.

Instruktur

Instruktur dalam Pelatihan dan Training ini akan dibawakan oleh seorang yang ahli dalam bidang ini.

Metode Training

  • Presentasi
  • Diskusi antar peserta
  • Studi kasus
  • Simulasi
  • Evaluasi
  • Konsultasi dengan instruktur

Jadwal Pelatihan di Pusat Training Indonesia :

  • 15 – 17 Januari 2019
  • 12 – 14 Februari 2019
  • 12 – 14 Maret 2019
  • 9 – 11 April 2019
  • 7 – 9 Mei 2019
  • 18 – 20 Juni 2019
  • 9 – 11 Juli 2019
  • 6 – 8 Agustus 2019
  • 3 – 5 September 2019
  • 24 – 26 September 2019
  • 8 – 10 Oktober 2019
  • 22 – 24 Oktober 2019
  • 5 – 7  November 2019
  • 3 – 5  Desember 2019

Catatan: Jadwal tersebut dapat disesuaikan dengan kebutuhan calon peserta

Biaya dan Lokasi Pelatihan Pusat Training Indonesia :

  • Yogyakarta, Hotel Dafam Malioboro (6.000.000 IDR / participant)
  • Jakarta, Hotel Amaris Tendean (6.500.000 IDR / participant)
  • Bandung, Hotel Golden Flower (6.500.000 IDR / participant)
  • Bali, Hotel Ibis Kuta (7.500.000 IDR / participant)
  • Lombok, Hotel Jayakarta (7.500.000 IDR / participant)

Investasi Pelatihan tahun 2019 ini :
Investasi pelatihan selama tiga hari tersebut menyesuaikan dengan jumlah peserta (on call).

*Please feel free to contact us.

Catatan: Apabila perusahaan membutuhkan paket in house training, anggaran investasi pelatihan dapat menyesuaikan dengan anggaran perusahaan.

Fasilitas Pelatihan di Pusat Training Indonesia :

FREE Airport pickup service (Gratis Antar jemput Hotel/Bandara)
FREE Akomodasi Peserta ke tempat pelatihan .
Module / Handout
FREE Flashdisk
Sertifikat
FREE Bag or bagpackers (Tas Training)
Training Kit (Dokumentasi photo, Blocknote, ATK, etc)
2xCoffe Break & 1 Lunch, Dinner
FREE Souvenir Exclusive

 

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PELATIHAN PHARMACEUTICAL GRANULATION AND COMPRESSION

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DESCRIPTION PELATIHAN PHARMACEUTICAL GRANULATION AND COMPRESSION

Granulation and compression are two very important processes that are carried out extensively by most pharmaceutical companies. However, the theory of granulation is little understood and the selection of a particular machine and granulation method, is often done on the basis of tradition, rather than by using strict scientific or cost-benefit criteria. The basic techniques have changed dramatically in recent years and granulation for controlled release, extrusion, spheronisation, fluidization techniques, spray drying, melt extrusion, oral dispersion technology and roller compaction are new technologies that are increasingly being used in modern pharmaceutical production, which exhibit many advantages over previously available techniques. As with granulation, compression is also little understood and why some materials/formulations will compress well whilst others compact with difficulty, is slowly being elucidated. The Course will examine current granulation and compression theory and practice. Emphasis will be made as to how this theory and practice relates to current pharmaceutical development and production, with special reference to the machinery used. Scale-Up, Transfer Technology and SUPAC will also be addressed. A particular feature of the Course will be the workshop on new melt extrusion technology.

OBCECTIVES
The aims of the Course are to provide a comprehensive and sound understanding of the theory and practice of tablet granulation and compression and to appreciate the various processes batch or continuous, that are available. The importance of the granulation process in producing good quality tablets will be emphasized. The modern techniques of extrusion, spheronisation, powder layering, roller compaction, fluid-bed processing, spray drying, melt extrusion, oral dispersion technology and tablet compression will be covered. The Course will be taught primarily by industrial scientists who have been closely involved with investigating these granulation and compression processes and thus a pragmatic approach will be adopted throughout.

SUMMARY OF KEY BENEFITS
At the end of the Course participants will have:
•    An understanding of the fundamental principles of granulation and the advantages, disadvantages and potential of the various granulation, layering, spray drying, oral dispersion, extrusion and spheronisation methods
•    An understanding of the techniques and processes available for granulation in relation to controlled release products
•    Detailed knowledge on current ideas and thoughts on Scale-Up, Transfer Technology and SUPAC
•    An appreciation of some of the compression problems that can arise and how they can be overcome
•    A knowledge of the factors that should betaken into consideration when selecting granulation and compression equipment

COURSE CONTENTS PELATIHAN PHARMACEUTICAL GRANULATION AND COMPRESSION

PHARMACEUTICAL GRANULATION AND COMPRESSION

Peserta

Peserta dapat diikuti oleh semua yang tertarik pada bidang ini. Selain itu juga dapat diikuti oleh semua yang ingin mengatahui dan mendalami tentang bidang ini.

Instruktur

Instruktur dalam Pelatihan dan Training ini akan dibawakan oleh seorang yang ahli dalam bidang ini.

Metode Training

  • Presentasi
  • Diskusi antar peserta
  • Studi kasus
  • Simulasi
  • Evaluasi
  • Konsultasi dengan instruktur

Jadwal Pelatihan di Pusat Training Indonesia :

  • 15 – 17 Januari 2019
  • 12 – 14 Februari 2019
  • 12 – 14 Maret 2019
  • 9 – 11 April 2019
  • 7 – 9 Mei 2019
  • 18 – 20 Juni 2019
  • 9 – 11 Juli 2019
  • 6 – 8 Agustus 2019
  • 3 – 5 September 2019
  • 24 – 26 September 2019
  • 8 – 10 Oktober 2019
  • 22 – 24 Oktober 2019
  • 5 – 7  November 2019
  • 3 – 5  Desember 2019

Catatan: Jadwal tersebut dapat disesuaikan dengan kebutuhan calon peserta

Biaya dan Lokasi Pelatihan Pusat Training Indonesia :

  • Yogyakarta, Hotel Dafam Malioboro (6.000.000 IDR / participant)
  • Jakarta, Hotel Amaris Tendean (6.500.000 IDR / participant)
  • Bandung, Hotel Golden Flower (6.500.000 IDR / participant)
  • Bali, Hotel Ibis Kuta (7.500.000 IDR / participant)
  • Lombok, Hotel Jayakarta (7.500.000 IDR / participant)

Investasi Pelatihan tahun 2019 ini :
Investasi pelatihan selama tiga hari tersebut menyesuaikan dengan jumlah peserta (on call).

*Please feel free to contact us.

Catatan: Apabila perusahaan membutuhkan paket in house training, anggaran investasi pelatihan dapat menyesuaikan dengan anggaran perusahaan.

Fasilitas Pelatihan di Pusat Training Indonesia :

FREE Airport pickup service (Gratis Antar jemput Hotel/Bandara)
FREE Akomodasi Peserta ke tempat pelatihan .
Module / Handout
FREE Flashdisk
Sertifikat
FREE Bag or bagpackers (Tas Training)
Training Kit (Dokumentasi photo, Blocknote, ATK, etc)
2xCoffe Break & 1 Lunch, Dinner
FREE Souvenir Exclusive

 

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Pelatihan Mikrobiologi Industry

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Deskripsi Pelatihan Mikrobiologi Industry

Industri dengan mengikutsertakan mikrobia dalam memproduksi produk-produk yang mempunyai nilai ekonomi tinggi sangat diminati saat ini. Produk yang dibuat dipilih senyawa yang sulit diperoleh melalui cara kimiawi. Kebanyakan proses bioteknologi saat ini mempergunakan fermentor dimana proses dapat dikontrol untuk memaksimalkan produksi dan mengurangi terjadinya kontaminasi. Selain itu, teknik kultur bakteri dalam skala besar dan perbaikan sifat strain bakteri juga telah terbukti meningkatkan efisiensi dan kehandalan proses. Dan masa modern saat ini rekayasa genetik pada sel bakteri mampu menambah diversifikasi dan kuantitas produk bioteknologi. Pengembangan dan produksi hormon manusia, protein darah, interferon, dan protein untuk vaksin sekarang dapat dilakukan dengan menggunakan bakteri yang sudah termodifikasi. Pelatihan ini akan memberikan pemahaman mengenai Mikrobiologi industry.

Mikrobiologi Industry

Tujuan

Setelah mengikuti pelatihan ini, peserta diharapkan dapat :

Memahami konsep Mikrobiologi industry;
Mampu menentukan kriteria keamanan dan kriteria quality control produk industri fermentasi;

Materi Pelatihan Mikrobiologi Industry

Pengetahuan mikrobiologi industri
Aspek-aspek mikrobiologi industri
Sejarah fregmentasi
Dinamika fregmentasi
Masa depan perkembangan fregmentasi
Peranan mikrobiologi bagi industri
Kriteria Keamanan dan Kriteria Quality Control Industri Mikrobiologi
Studi kasus dan diskusi
Peserta

Peserta dapat diikuti oleh semua yang tertarik pada bidang ini. Selain itu juga dapat diikuti oleh semua yang ingin mengatahui dan mendalami tentang bidang ini.

Instruktur

Instruktur dalam Pelatihan dan Training ini akan dibawakan oleh seorang yang ahli dalam bidang ini.

Metode Training

  • Presentasi
  • Diskusi antar peserta
  • Studi kasus
  • Simulasi
  • Evaluasi
  • Konsultasi dengan instruktur

Jadwal Pelatihan di Pusat Training Indonesia :

  • 15 – 17 Januari 2019
  • 12 – 14 Februari 2019
  • 12 – 14 Maret 2019
  • 9 – 11 April 2019
  • 7 – 9 Mei 2019
  • 18 – 20 Juni 2019
  • 9 – 11 Juli 2019
  • 6 – 8 Agustus 2019
  • 3 – 5 September 2019
  • 24 – 26 September 2019
  • 8 – 10 Oktober 2019
  • 22 – 24 Oktober 2019
  • 5 – 7  November 2019
  • 3 – 5  Desember 2019

Catatan: Jadwal tersebut dapat disesuaikan dengan kebutuhan calon peserta

Biaya dan Lokasi Pelatihan Pusat Training Indonesia :

  • Yogyakarta, Hotel Dafam Malioboro (6.000.000 IDR / participant)
  • Jakarta, Hotel Amaris Tendean (6.500.000 IDR / participant)
  • Bandung, Hotel Golden Flower (6.500.000 IDR / participant)
  • Bali, Hotel Ibis Kuta (7.500.000 IDR / participant)
  • Lombok, Hotel Jayakarta (7.500.000 IDR / participant)

Investasi Pelatihan tahun 2019 ini :
Investasi pelatihan selama tiga hari tersebut menyesuaikan dengan jumlah peserta (on call).

*Please feel free to contact us.

Catatan: Apabila perusahaan membutuhkan paket in house training, anggaran investasi pelatihan dapat menyesuaikan dengan anggaran perusahaan.

Fasilitas Pelatihan di Pusat Training Indonesia :

FREE Airport pickup service (Gratis Antar jemput Hotel/Bandara)
FREE Akomodasi Peserta ke tempat pelatihan .
Module / Handout
FREE Flashdisk
Sertifikat
FREE Bag or bagpackers (Tas Training)
Training Kit (Dokumentasi photo, Blocknote, ATK, etc)
2xCoffe Break & 1 Lunch, Dinner
FREE Souvenir Exclusive

 

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Pelatihan ISO 28001 : Sistem Manajemen Supply Chain / SCM System

[block]0[/block] ISO 28001 : Sistem Manajemen Supply Chain / SCM System

 

 

Deskripsi [block]1[/block] Sistem Manajemen Supply Chain

Dalam suatu perusahaan harus memastikan rantai pasokan atau sering disebut dengan suppaly chain dapat berjalan dengan baik, sehingga barang atau produk dapat diterima sampai ke tangan konsumen. Namun, tindak kejahatan di Indonesia semakin meningkat. Banyak kasus kejahatan yang sering terjadi di sekitar kita. Sehingga dipandang perlu suatu sistem manajemen keamanan yang dapat memastikan keamanan dalam rantai pasok (Supply Chain). ISO telah menerbitkan seri standar ISO 28001 yang berupa persyaratan terhadap sistem keamanan rantai pemasok. Standar ini diterapkan terutama untuk perusahaan-perusahaan yang mempunyai ancaman resiko keamanan relatif tinggi misalnya suatu fasilitas umum, bank, hotel, sampai kilang minyak atau sarana vital lainnya.

Pelatihan ini akan memberikan pemahaman mengenai Training ISO 28001 : Sistem Manajemen Supply Chain / Supply Chain Management Sistem serta mengoptimalkan kemampuan perusahaan untuk mencapai tujuan strategis perusahaan.

 

Tujuan

Setelah mengikuti pelatihan ini, peserta diharapkan dapat :

Memahami konsep Training ISO 28001 : Sistem Manajemen Supply Chain / Supply Chain Management Sistem;
Peserta mampu menangani apabila ada permasalah mengenai gangguan supplay chain management dalam perusahaan;

Materi [block]2[/block]  Sistem Manajemen Supply Chain

Konsep Training ISO 28001 : Sistem Manajemen Supply Chain / Supply Chain Management Sistem
Pengenalan dan pemahaman ISO 28001
Implementasi ISO 28001
Pencegahan kejahatan dalam supplay chain management
Manfaat penggunaan ISO 28001 bagi perusahaan
Studi Kasus dan Diskusi

Peserta

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Instruktur

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Metode Training

  • Presentasi
  • Diskusi antar peserta
  • Studi kasus
  • Simulasi
  • Evaluasi
  • Konsultasi dengan instruktur

Jadwal Pelatihan di Pusat Training Indonesia :

  • 15 – 17 Januari 2019
  • 12 – 14 Februari 2019
  • 12 – 14 Maret 2019
  • 9 – 11 April 2019
  • 7 – 9 Mei 2019
  • 18 – 20 Juni 2019
  • 9 – 11 Juli 2019
  • 6 – 8 Agustus 2019
  • 3 – 5 September 2019
  • 24 – 26 September 2019
  • 8 – 10 Oktober 2019
  • 22 – 24 Oktober 2019
  • 5 – 7  November 2019
  • 3 – 5  Desember 2019

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Biaya dan Lokasi Pelatihan Pusat Training Indonesia :

  • Yogyakarta, Hotel Dafam Malioboro (6.000.000 IDR / participant)
  • Jakarta, Hotel Amaris Tendean (6.500.000 IDR / participant)
  • Bandung, Hotel Golden Flower (6.500.000 IDR / participant)
  • Bali, Hotel Ibis Kuta (7.500.000 IDR / participant)
  • Lombok, Hotel Jayakarta (7.500.000 IDR / participant)

Investasi Pelatihan tahun 2019 ini :
Investasi pelatihan selama tiga hari tersebut menyesuaikan dengan jumlah peserta (on call).

*Please feel free to contact us.

Catatan: Apabila perusahaan membutuhkan paket in house training, anggaran investasi pelatihan dapat menyesuaikan dengan anggaran perusahaan.

Fasilitas Pelatihan di Pusat Training Indonesia :

FREE Airport pickup service (Gratis Antar jemput Hotel/Bandara)
FREE Akomodasi Peserta ke tempat pelatihan .
Module / Handout
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Sertifikat
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PELATIHAN BASIC LOGGING METHODS AND FORMATION EVALUATION

[block]0[/block] BASIC LOGGING METHODS AND FORMATION EVALUATION

 

Course [block]1[/block] Of Basic Logging Methods and Formation Evaluation

Our goal is for participants to learn basic log analysis, borehole data acquisition methods, and the skills to solve problems associated with identifying and exploiting reserves.

Experience gained will allow participants to identify lithologic zones and fluid types from log data.

Quality control of log data and of the resulting petrophysical interpretations is emphasized through examples and exercises.

Topics covered Course [block]2[/block] Of Basic Logging Methods and Formation Evaluation

  • Physics of the measurements along with practical theory will allow the participant to follow simple procedures for the rapid and accurate interpretation of logs.
  • Various quick-look techniques are presented where participants gain experience in rock property analysis by completing applied exercises.
  • Once the participant understands the fundamentals of log analysis, a more detailed description of basic logging measurements is provided. This foundation provides building blocks that lead to more advanced interpretation techniques for the integration of lithology, core and reservoir data into the analysis procedure.
  • Becoming familiar with the quality assurance process is essential for successful exploitation and exploration evaluations. Subsurface logs account for the majority of data for wells. The variation of vertical resolution and depth of investigation provide challenges for interpretation.
  • Learning objectives include:
    1. Quick-Look reservoir evaluation methods that identify hydrocarbons, estimate porosity, estimate water saturation and lithology
    2. Definition of porosity, permeability, residual fluids, and lithology at a micro-scale
    3. The borehole environment, invasion and basic data acquisition operations
    4. Definition of reservoir connate water saturation (Archie Equation)
    5. Brine properties
    6. Resistivity and reservoir systems
  • To accomplish the learning objectives, which are set for each day, attendees are given hands-on problems and exercises with field examples to reinforce the course instruction.

petroleum exploration and production

Course Description

The course structure follows the reservoir/oilfield life cycle from exploration stages through reservoir management and production operation phases. Course lecture content is drawn from the Computer Based Training program “Exploration & Production Interactive” and includes exercises, class discussions/ team presentations, and interactive challenges. Relevant concepts and topics from geology, geophysics, petrophysics, reservoir engineering, economics, drilling engineering, and production operations are integrated into the overall life cycle framework of the course.

Audience

  • Appropriate for entry-level professionals of all disciplines as well as non-technical support staff.

Course Schedule

Day 1
  • Introduction to the oil field
  • The Phases in the Life Cycle of a Reservoir
  • Exploration/Geology and Geophysics: Origins of petroleum and reservoirs, How reservoirs are found and properties predicted, Exploration business processes and risk assessment, Exploration workshop and interactive challenge
  • Reservoir appraisal and engineering: Reservoir properties, testing, and analysis
Day 2
  • Reservoir appraisal and engineering (continued): Planning for field development
  • Petroleum economic concepts and measures, Reservoir appraisal workshop and interactive challenge
Day 3
  • Reservoir development and drilling: Drilling equipment and personnel, Well planning, Well construction process, Drilling economics and business processes, Drilling workshop and interactive challenge
Day 4
  • Completion & Production operations: Completions workshop and interactive challenge Course Summary: Downstream overview, Prudhoe Bay Field example, Learning objectives review

subsurface facies analysis – integrating borehole images & well logs with rock physics and seismic data to develop geologic models

Course Description

The course leans heavily on worked class examples and case studies. Instead of interpreting image and dip data in isolation, the course shows how they can be used in conjunction with outcrop studies and hi-resolution seismic data to refine reservoir models.

Audience

Geoscientists, engineers, and other technical staff who want to analyze and integrate image and dip data to enhance their understanding of exploration plays and field development.

Course Schedule

Day 1 Acquisition & processing, and structural analysis

  • Image & Dip Acquisition & Processing (incl. LQC)
    • Measurement principles and wellsite acquisition & LQC
    • Value of high resolution image data
    • Image processing & display
    • Dip computation and trouble shooting
    • Exercise: LQC acquisition data
    • Exercise: Preferred dip processing when drilling downdip
    • Exercise with some real data
      • Image & dip processing and LQC
      • Image description & interpretation steps
      • Comparison with core photos and description
    • Exercise: hands on class review of data
  • Structural analysis using image & dip data
    • Structural dip trends and structural dip removal
    • Unconformities
    • Normal and growth faults
    • Reverse and thrust faults
    • Are faults sealing?
    • Exercise: Low angle structural dip
    • Exercise: Structural dip patterns
    • Exercise: Effect of dip removal
    • Exercise: Unconformities
    • Exercise: Fault models
    • Exercise: Image & dip examples across fault planes
Day 2 Sedimentology & continental settings

  • Stratigraphic analysis using image & dip data
    • Depositional environments & facies analysis
    • Lithofacies from log & image data
    • Geometry
    • Sedimentary structures
    • Paleocurrent directions
    • Advantages of integration in lithofacies analysis
    • Integration & modelling at the field level
    • Exercise: Grainsize motifs (and advantages of integration)
    • Exercise: Sedimentary features
    • Exercise: More sedimentary features
  • Eolian (wind-blown) sediments
    • Sedimentary structures & dune forms
    • Complexities in deposition setting & stratigraphic section
    • Building reservoir model & populating with data
    • Outcrop studies as input to reservoir simulation
    • Exercise: Current bedding dip patterns
    • Exercise: Idealized dips through stacked transverse dunes
    • Exercise: Reinterpreting an old data set
  • Fluvial (river) sediments
    • Fluvial settings (various models)
    • Braided system lithotypes & sedimentary features
    • Meandering system lithotypes & sedimentary features
    • Point bar development (predictions)
    • Channel models as developed by geostatistics
    • Channel models constrained by outcrop panels
    • Case study from Kalimantan; integrating high resolution seismic attributes with petrophysical data to fine tune a depositional model and site new wells; radically increasing oil recovery in the field.
    • Exercise: Current bedding & channel flow direction
    • Exercise: Scour surfaces, current bedding, channel axis
    • Exercise: Idealized dips in meandering system; contrast braided
Day 3 Deltaic, coastal and shelf silici-clastic settings

  • Deltaic sediments
    • Delta classifications and models
    • Associated sand geometries
    • Image & dip character in distributary fronts & channels
    • Case study from South Sumatra basin; developing a play concept to identify most prospective area within structural closure
    • Exercise: Palaeogeographic mapping from dip data
    • Exercise: Channel interpretation from image data
    • Exercise: Palaeogeographic concept map from image/dip data
    • Exercise: Mapping a channel trend based on dip data
  • Coastal & shelf sediments
    • Interrelation of coastal & shelf depositional settings
    • Facies variation in prograding coastal sequences
    • Idealized dip and grain motifs in bar/barrier sands
    • Image & dip examples in shelf bar and barrier island sands
    • Channel sands in a tidal setting
    • Chasing channels by integrating image and seismic data
    • Case study: distinguishing channel from bar sands in tidal settings, and its importance on reservoir characteristics
    • Use of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance to distinguish sand units
    • Using high resolution images to interpret thinly bedded reservoirs
    • Exercise: Barrier bar orientation
    • Exercise: Idealized grainsize motif & dip patterns in coastal setting
    • Exercise: Different sand bodies in a coastal setting
    • Exercise: Understanding why sands with similar lithofacies have radically different production characteristics
Day 4 Deepwater and carbonate sediments

  • Deepwater sediments
    • Deepwater sediment depositional models
    • Image & dip character in proximal & distal settings
    • Orienting channel sands using image & dip data
    • Using outcrop work for forward modelling to better interpret seismic, and understand reservoir production behaviour
    • Exercise: Deepwater lithofacies
    • Exercise: Sedimentary structures
    • Exercise: Channel orientation
    • Exercise: Sand body recognition & orientation
  • Carbonate sediments
    • Carbonate models and facies in coastal and shelf settings
    • Carbonate reefs, and orienting reefal trends
    • Porosity enhancement and reduction
    • Generating reservoir model from outcrop data and 3D seismic
    • Exercise: Features within a carbonate section
    • Exercise: Features within a carbonate reservoir
Day 5 Fractured reservoirs

  • Fracture systems
    • Fracture types; open, healed, vuggy, syneresis
    • Natural or induced; borehole breakout & tensile fractures
    • Fracture orientation
    • Exercise: Fracture identification – 1
    • Exercise: Fracture identification – 2
    • Exercise: Fracture identification – 3
    • Exercise: Borehole damage feature
  • Fractured Reservoir case studies
    • Case study: Identifying & evaluating producing horizons in fractured basement offshore Vietnam
    • Case study: Sensitivity analysis to develop field development plan in Middle East carbonate “Giant”
  • Geothermal systems in volcanic rocks
    • Lithofacies in volcanic settings
    • Case study: Using images to resolve reservoir delineation and development issues
    • Exercise: Facies interpretation
    • Exercise: Fracture interpretation

Wrap-up; further questions and discussion

drilling fluids

Course Description

This course takes a comprehensive look at the functions of drilling fluids, and then addresses how to engineer a mud system. Both water based and oil based mud systems are treated.

Audience

  • Drilling engineers with a basic knowledge of well design principles

Course Schedule

Day 1
  • Introduction
  • Functions of Drilling Fluids
  • Composition of Water Base Mud
  • Clay Chemistry
  • Rheology
  • Polymers Chemistry
Day 2
  • Water Base Mud Products & Systems
  • Hole Cleaning
  • Extended-Reach Wells
  • Reservoir Drill-in Fluids
Day 3
  • Lost Circulation
  • Stuck Pipe
  • Completion Fluids
  • Virtual Completion Fluids
Day 4
  • Oil Base Mud – fundamentals
  • Synthetic Base Mud
  • Faze-Pro
  • Sigmadril
  • New High Performance Systems
  • Virtual Hydraulics
  • Lab Work
Day 5
  • Lab Work
  • Solids Control Equipment
  • IFE Concept
  • Review and Test
  • Open Discussion & Closing

drillstring design

Course Description

This course provides a comprehensive treatment of drill string design as well as the avoidance of operational problems and wear on equipment. Bit selection, BHA optimization and drilling hydraulics are investigated in detail, with the emphasis on practical and safe operating procedures.

Audience

  • Drilling engineers, drilling supervisors, trainee drillers, rig engineers and service company personnel with basic drilling engineering.

Course Schedule

Day 1
  • Introduction
  • Trajectory Design and Optimisation
  • Computer-aided Trajectory Design and Optimisation
  • Drillstring Load Prediction
  • Drillstring Load Analysis
  • Computer-aided Drillstring Load Analysis
Day 2
  • 3-D Visualization
  • Earth modelling Building
  • Close Approach
  • Drillstring component/BHA tendencies
  • BHA Optimisation
  • Rotating, sliding, or reaming modes
Day 3
  • Torque and Drag models and calculations
  • Computer-aided Torque and Drag
  • Hydraulics
  • Pressure Losses & Equivalent Circulation Densities
  • Minimum Hole Cleaning Requirements
Day 4
  • Casing Wear Prediction
  • Casing Wear Prediction Software
  • Drillstring Inspection
  • Drillstring Problem Avoidance

well design and construction engineering

Course Description

This course gives an overview of the well construction process and an introduction to subsea drilling operations.

The goal of the course is to provide an insight into the planning and execution of a modern drilling operation. Emphasis will be on the conceptual design and detailed engineering design calculations involved in planning a well.

Audience

  • Trainee drilling engineers, petroleum engineers and specialist service company engineers

Prerequisites

  • Exposure to drilling operations

Course Schedule

Day 1
  • Overview of Drilling Operations.
  • Exploration & production licenses, Drilling personnel and Rotary drilling equipment.
  • The drilling process onshore and offshore.
  • Drilling economics.
  • Rig Components.
  • The Drillstring.
  • Design of the drillstring.
  • Drilling Bits.
  • Design of PDC and Roller Cone Bits, selection of bits, grading of dull bits, assessing and improving the performance of drill bits.
Day 2
  • Formation Pressures & Well Control.
  • Introduction to origin and representation of pore pressures and fracture pressures.
  • Origin, prediction and detection of abnormal pressures.
  • Drilling problems associated with abnormal pressures.
  • Prediction and confirmation of formation fracture pressures.
  • Principles of primary & secondary well control.
  • Warning signs of kicks.
  • Well killing procedures.
  • BOP equipment and BOP stack arrangements.
Day 3
  • Drilling Fluids, Hydraulics and Casing.
  • Functions, properties, design/selection of various types of drilling fluid.
  • Wellsite tests performed on drilling fluids.
  • Design of a solids control system.
  • Introduction to pressure losses in the drilling system.
  • Optimization of bit hydraulics.
  • Major functions and properties of casing and casing string configurations. Casing running operations.
  • The casing design process.
Day 4
  • Cementing and Directional Drilling.
  • Functions and properties of cement, single and multiple stage cementing operations.
  • Designing a cementing operation.
  • Assessing the quality of the cement sheath.
  • Introduction to directional drilling.
  • Designing the trajectory for a directional well.
  • Directional drilling tools and BHAs.
  • Introduction to wellbore surveying.
  • Calculating the trajectory of a directional well based on survey data.
  • Directional surveying tools.
Day 5
  • Measurement While Drilling and Subsea Drilling.
  • Introduction to MWD and the value of real time data.
  • MWD data collection and transmission techniques.
  • Introduction to tools and equipment used to drill from a floating drilling rig.
  • Course review

development geology

Course Description

Overview of role of geologic interpretation in the life cycle of reservoirs

Audience

  • Engineers and geologists involved in reservoir appraisal and development projects

Course Schedule

Day 1
  • Module 1 Introduction & Course Overview, The energy business, development projects, subsurface data
  • Module 2 Scope of the energy/oil & gas business
  • Module 3 Oil and gas development projects
  • Module 4 Film – Partners for Progress
  • Module 5 Robin Field Team Exercise 1, project activities planning
  • Module 6 Petroleum Geology Introduction, exercise correlation
Day 2
  • Subsurface Models, Input Data and Concepts
  • Module 7 Seismic data gathering, processing and interpretation
  • Module 8 Exercises: Robin Field Exercise 2 – Field Appraisal planning
  • Module 9 Structural types, traps, fault seals, maps and sections
  • Module 10 Robin Field Exercise 3, Correlation
  • Module 11 Clastic sedimentary environments
  • Module 12 Robin Field Exercise 4, Seismic well data structural map, cross section
Day 3
  • Measurements and Evaluation of Subsurface Data
  • Module 13 Basic well technology, horizontal wells, well data
  • Module 14 Log and core data, uncertainties and mapping
  • Module 15 Robin Field Exercise 5, net sand mapping
  • Module 16 Carbonate reservoirs
  • Module 17 Subsurface pressures, with exercise
  • Module 18 Pressure exercise, Robin Field Exercise 6, Contacts
Day 4
  • Subsurface Development Options
  • Module 19 Volumetrics, subsurface uncertainties
  • Module 20 Robin Field Exercise 7 Volumetrics
  • Module 21 Subsurface development planning
  • Module 22 Robin Field Exercise 8, static and dynamic models
  • Module 23 Field Operations, Well Deisgn, Geological Input
Day 5
  • Field Operations and Development
  • Module 23 Field Operations, Well Design, Geological input
  • Module 24 Field studies, examples
  • Module 25 Film – Offshore Development – Troll Field (optional)
  • Module 26 Robin Field Exercise 9 Surface Development Options, Project Planning, Phased Costs
  • Impact of Subsurface Uncertainty on Project Economics
  • Module 27 Basic project economics and financial performance indicators
  • Module 28 Exercises The Robin Field Project 10 EconomicsDetermine project economics and sensitivities using an Excel economics spreadsheet

electric submersible pumps – application engineering

Course Description

The Electric Submersible Pump System (ESP) is considered an effective and economical means of lifting large volume of fluids from great depths under a variety of well conditions. Over the years, the ESP companies, in conjunction with the major oil companies, have gained considerable experience in producing high viscosity fluids, gassy wells, high temperature wells, etc. With this experience and improved technology, wells that were once considered non-feasible for submersibles are now being pumped economically.

This course is designed to provide a solid grasp of ESP and its applications. It covers detailed description of the components of ESPs making emphasis on the specific functions of each one. The standard application is described as well as some non-standard applications. The use of the affinity laws for centrifugal pumps is illustrated with practical examples. Downhole gas separators and gas handlers are discussed in a dedicated section of the course.

Course Objectives: Provide theoretical and practical knowledge of the advantages and limitations of the Electric Submersible Pumps in order to develop the required skills to design, optimize and diagnose wells producing with Electric Submersible Pumps.

Audience

Production Engineers, technologists, people who are involved in Production Optimization. Specificaly people who want to gain more knowledge about ESP.

Prerequisites

Students should be familiar with basic Production Engineering, have some field experience in Production, and have some Electric Submersible Pumps.

Course Schedule

Day 1
  • AM: Introduction, Review of Artificial Lift Systems and the standard ESP Applications
  • PM: Reservoir Dynamics
Day 2
  • AM: General Description of Pumps and Motors
  • PM: General Description of Cables, Protectors and Monitoring
Day 3
  • AM: Pump Selection and Dimensioning and Physical Limits
  • PM: Variable Speed Drive
Day 4
  • AM: Gas Applications and Nodal Analysis
  • PM: Continuation of Nodal Analysis and Viscous Application
Day 5
  • AM: Surface Equipment and Alternative Deployment
  • PM: Non Standard Applications

design, diagnosis and optimization of gas lift systems

Course Description

This course is intended to familiarize production personnel with the use, basic principles, selection of the equipment, types, design, monitoring, etc, of a continuous and intermittent gas lift system. Engineers will obtain the basic skills to the analysis and design of any artificial lift system by using a continuous or intermittent gas flow rate. The description in details of certain technical aspects will allow engineers propose solutions in a rapid and save way in order to either increase or optimize the production of an oil well. Throughout the course, participants will solve practical examples.

Audience

Production engineers, field supervisors, engineers with a basic knowledge in this area, among others, involved in the design, performance and monitoring of gas-lift installations.

Prerequisites

Knowledge of the basic principles of well modeling and nodal analysis, and basic computer skills are required.

Course Schedule

Day 1 Overview Continuous Gas Lift Method: Principle application; introduction to gas lift concepts; advantages and disadvantages of the method; description of the gas lift surface and downhole equipment.
Day 2 Valve Mechanics: Principle of operation; classification of gas lift valves; opening and closing forces of gas lift valves; valve calibration in the shop; determination of the gas lift seat size.
Day 3 Continuous Gas Lift Installation Design: Preliminary calculations (nodal analysis, curve determination of minimum gradient and gas static pressure gradient, mandrel spacing, and selection of operating and discharge valve); design procedure; discharge process.
Day 4 Overview Intermittent Gas Lift Methods (Conventional and Unconventional Methods): Principle application; advantages and disadvantages of the method; description of the gas lift surface and downhole equipment.
Day 5 Intermittent Gas Lift Installation Design: Preliminary calculations (nodal analysis, mandrel spacing, and selection of operating and discharge valve); design procedure; operation cycle.

gas lift design, diagnosis and optimization

Course Description

This course will cover the theory and practice of gaslift design, diagnosis and optimizations. Participants will learn how to apply proper data analysis and interpretation techniques in order to optimize well production. Practical workshop sessions will be used to analyze and interpret real field data from participants.

Audience

  • Engineering staff involved in the design, performance and monitoring of gas-lift installations. It will also prove valuable to experienced gas lift engineers who would benefit from exposure to some of the newer methods currently being developed by the industry. Knowledge of the basic principles of well modeling and nodal analysis are the prerequisites.

Course Schedule

Day 1
  • Overview of production systems analysis: comparison of gas lift to other artificial lift methods; Introduction to gaslift concepts, theory and operation of surface and downhole equipment
Day 2
  • Principles of gaslift design: operating valve positioning, unloading valve positioning and valve sizing
  • Key sensitivities for design, generation and use of gas lift performance curves
Day 3
  • Generation of 4 variable lift curves for use in reservoir simulators
  • Diagnostic techniques: use of gradient traverse plot to match flowing gradient surveys, determination of injection point and problems with valve operation and orifice pressure drop
Day 4
  • Practical workshop session: diagnosis and interpretation of gaslift well performance
  • Introduction to surface network modeling and full field optimization methods
Day 5
  • Multiwell gaslift allocation techniques: use of constraints, running full field predictions

well completions design and optimization

Course Description

To provide a comprehensive understanding of the physical principles governing the selection of well completion practices. This understanding will improve completion programs and lead to more efficient well completions. Well performance, vertical lift performance, choke performance, and horizontal flow performance will be studied in relation to the well completion and their effect on production rates and completion efficiency.

Audience

  • The course is designed for petroleum, production, and well completion engineers and field personnel actively engaged in well completions

Prerequisites

  • The course is suitable for most experience levels. It is recommended that participants be familiar with completion equipment and practices

Topics covered

  • Introduction – the production system
  • Well completion design
  • Reservoir performance
  • Well performance – fundamentals of flow in porous media
  • Oilwell deliverability
  • Gaswell deliverability
  • Prediction of future performance
  • Multiphase flow – basics of flow in pipes
  • Vertical lift performance
  • Horizontal flow performance
  • Inclined flow
  • Estimating pressure drops
  • Choke performance – basics of flow across a choke
  • Multiphase flow correlations
  • Completion considerations – perforations
  • Gravel packing
  • Formation damage
  • Stimulation
  • Tubing selection
  • Surface production equipment
  • Systems analysis – overview of the completion system
  • Prediction of production rates
  • Selection of completion and production equipment
  • Integrating the completion design

Course Schedule

Day 1
  • AM – Course introduction, Reservoir Life Cycle, Overview of the Production System, Reservoir Fluid Types PM – Flow Through Porous Media, Slightly Compressible Flow Solutions, Compressible Flow Solutions, Multiphase Oil Flow
Day 2
  • AM – Oil Well Deliverability, PI Concepts, IPR – Vogel, Fetkovich, Jones Blount & Glaze, Composite IPR, Class Exercises PM – Oil Well Deliverability, Incorporating the Skin Effect, Predicting Future Performance, Three-Phase IPR, Class Exercises
Day 3
  • AM – Gas Well Deliverability, Log-Log Analysis Technique PM – Gas Well Deliverability, Gas Well Testing Methods, (Flow-after-flow, Isochronal, Modified Isochronal), Class Exercises
Day 4
  • AM – Completion Effects, Permeability Alteration, Perforation Effects, Partial Penetration, Non-Darcy Flow Effects PM – Overview of Vertical Lift Performance, Single-phase Vapor and Liquid Relations, Multiphase Flow Correlations, Use of Gradient Charts, Choke Performance
Day 5
  • AM – Systems Analysis, Integrating the Production System, Application of Systems Analysis, Example Applications PM – Well Completion Design, Systems Analysis Applications, Class Exercises, Production Optimization Considerations

completion and production engineering

Course Description

This 5-day course emphasis the role of the Well, as part of the Integrated Production System for a Hydrocarbon Asset. Well Completion design concepts and the technical selection criteria for the main completion components are reviewed in detail. The last two days of the Courses is spent on the completed Well’s Flow behavior and the key parameters affecting Well Performance/Productivity. Group exercises on Completion and Performance augment the learning process. The course also highlights the Operating Company’s viewpoint in the area of Well Completion and Well Production Management

By the end of the course, participants should be to: State how Well Completion fits into the E&P Activity; Recall and discuss hydrocarbon exploitation considerations for well productivity and completion design; Describe the main parameters that influences Well Performance and Productivity; Describe the factors that influence the selection and design of the completion string and components; Carry out a completion design and explain how it will be run in the well.

Audience

  • Geo-scientists, Engineers and Managers (in Drilling, Well Intervention/Services, Reservoir Engineering, Production Operations, Marketing/Sales etc.), whose jobs require them to interface with Completion Engineers, Production Technologists, Well Production Operations Engineers, and Well Maintenance/Servicing Engineers who wish to enhance their current job effectiveness, through more knowledge on Well Completion and Performance, than that attained from their own “core” discipline training and exposure.

Prerequisites

  • It is recommended that Participants should have at least 2 years Oil Industry experience, in the subsurface engineering/operations/management aspects of the E&P business.

Topics covered

  • Hydrocarbon Exploitation considerations for Well Completion design
  • Well Completion Planning and Design Process Cycle
  • Inflow Systems & Productivity Effects
  • Horizontal Well (Productivity aspects.)
  • The Flowing Well Performance – Inflow and Outflow System “NODAL” Analysis
  • The Casing String and Suspension
  • Tubing Selection and Tubing Design analysis
  • Tubing Connectors Packers
  • Tubing Hangers and Xmas Trees
  • Key Completion Components (SSSV, SSDs SPM, etc.)
  • Group Exercises on Completion design
  • New Development in Completions & Productivity (Intelligent Completions etc.)

Course Schedule

Day 1
  • Reservoir -Integrated Production System, Well Completion Methods, Classification of Reservoir Based on the Fluids in the Reservoir, Engineering aspects and Exploitation
Day 2
  • Flow in Porous Media, Well Deliverability (exercises), Completions Effects, Flow in Pipes, Choke Performance, Systems Analysis
Day 3
  • Tubing Design, Completion String Design, Exercise Combination Casing String Design, Tubing Loads and Movement, Tubular Connections
Day 4
  • Completion Equipment, Casing and Casing Suspension, Wellheads, Tubing Selection, Tubing Connection, Packers, Wellsite Operations
Day 5
  • Subsea Completions, Present Systems, Applications, Requirement Designs and Types, Controls, Flowline Connections, ROVs

advanced completion technology

Course Description

The integration of various aspects of completion technology from a practical, more operational point of view.

Audience

  • Intermediate production engineers

Prerequisites

  • Understanding of basic completion processes

Topics covered

  • Tubing vertical lift performance and completion design using Nodal Analysis
  • Artificial lift – selection criteria and example designs for gas lift, rod electric submersible, hydraulic and progressing cavity pumps
  • Sand control, designing gravel packs
  • Formation damage – sources of productivity impairment and design of remedial stimulation treatments
  • Improving well productivity, advanced perforating and hydraulic fracture stimulation
  • Advanced wells, horizontal wells, downhole intelligence

Course Schedule

Day 1
  • Day 1 Schedule
Day 2
  • Day 2 Schedule
Day 3
  • Day 3 Schedule
Day 4
  • Day 4 Schedule
Day 5
  • Day 5 Schedule

well intervention course (3 days)

Course Description

The course is designed for an overview of Well Intervention and operations and is dedicated to familiarize the participants with the processes involved.

Audience

  • Drilling Engineers, Reservoir Engineers, Geologists, Geophysicists, Service Companies Specialists (Cementing, Logging, Drilling Fluids, Mud Logging, Surface Facilities), Project Support Staff (QHSE, Materials, Logistic, Finance), Drilling Company and Drilling Contractor Staff, Sales Engineers, Business Development Managers, Field Service Managers, R&D Scientists/Engineers.

Prerequisites

  • Degree in a Scientific/Technical discipline. Basic understanding of drilling and production operations.

Course Schedule

Day 1
  • – Reservoir concepts and Reservoir Driving mechanisms
  • – Fluid properties
  • – Well Testing
  • – Completion Fluids and their impact on well productivity
Day 2
  • – Completion Design (tubing selection and connections)
  • – Downhole components
  • – Packers
  • – Wellhead & X-mas tree
  • – Completion Equipment
  • – Safety Valves
  • – Perforations
  • – Running Completions
  • – Artificial Lift
Day 3
  • – Multilaterals
  • – Sand Control
  • – Vent Screen
  • – Screenless
  • – Acidizing Candidate Selection
  • – Matrix Treatments
  • – Fracturing
  • – Slickline
  • – Coiled Tubing
  • – Production Logging
  • – Production Facilities

applied reservoir engineering

Course Description

To acquaint engineers with a variety of practical reservoir engineering concepts.

Audience

  • Engineers responsible for routine reservoir characterization and management

Prerequisites

  • Engineering degree

Topics covered

  • Petroleum Geology & Formation Evaluation Principles, Fluids Characterization PvT properties, reservoir rocks properties, Original Hydrocarbons in place, Well Testing and Performance Prediction, Analytical Techniques, Secondary Recovery – Waterflooding principles

Course Schedule

Day 1
  • Introduction to the Oil Industry and the Reservoir as the main Asset Rock Properties, Porosity, Permeability, Fluids Saturations, Capillary Pressure and Fluid Properties, the five reservoir fluids, water properties
Day 2
  • Formation Evaluation, Open Hole Logging, Cased Hole Logging Drive Mechanisms & Recovery Factor: Solution-gas drive Gas-cap drive Water drive Combination drive Gravity-drainage drive Material Balance
Day 3
  • Well Testing/ Pressure Transient Analysis / Radial Flow & Radius of Investigation / Flow Regimes and Diagnostic Plot / Type Curves / Semilog Analysis For Oil Wells Well Performance / Introduction to Nodal Analysis / inflow performance curve, outflow performance curve, system graph, solution node Horizontal Wells // Productivity of Horizontal Wells Coning / Gas and Water Coning
Day 4
  • Fractional Flow & Waterflood / Patterns Oil, water, and gas saturations Fractional flow Performance measures Practices and problems Decline Curve Analysis & Reserves Match past performance trends with a model Forecast future Estimate reserves Resources , reserves Proved vs. unproved Probable vs. possible Developed vs. undeveloped Producing vs. nonproducing
Day 5
  • Reservoir Monitoring Aspects of Reservoir Monitoring Reservoir monitoring vs formation evaluation Time-lapse measurements Depth of investigation Environmental effects Production, injection, observation and in-fill wells Flowing wells Distributed Pressure Measurements Production Logs in Reservoir Monitoring Saturation Monitoring

natural gas reservoir engineering

Course Description

This course takes a comprehensive look at several aspects of gas reservoir engineering. The course can be constructed such that it is a fundamental, intermediate or advanced gas reservoir engineering course. Various techniques are described such as 1) Basic Gas Reservoir Engineering, Properties of Natural Gas, Material Balance and Gas Reserve Determination, 2) Gas Deliverability 3) Nodal Analysis and 4) Well Testing in Gas Reservoirs

Audience

  • Reservoir Engineers, Production Engineers, Laboratory Researchers, Gas Field Operators

Course Schedule

Day 1
  • Morning – Basic Gas Reservoir Engineering: Introduction; Fluids and Fluid Types; Drive Mechanisms; Properties of Natural Gas; Material Balance Afternoon – Gas Reserves: Determining Gas Reserves; Gas Volumes and Material Balance; Calculations, Class Exercises.
Day 2
  • Morning – Gas Deliverability: Basic Gas Deliverability; Deliverability of Gas Wells; Class Exercises Afternoon – Gas Deliverability: Deliverability of Gas Wells continued; Class Exercises.
Day 3
  • Morning – Gas Deliverability: Gas Deliverability Problems; Introduction to Nodal analysis; Inflow Performance for Gas Wells. Afternoon – Nodal Analysis: Outflow or Tubing Curves; Vertical Multi-Phase Flow; Production Data Analysis; Demonstration of PERFORM.
Day 4
  • Morning – Well Testing: Introduction to Well Testing; Radial Flow and Radius of Investigation; Wellbore Storage; Damage and Stimulation; Class Exercises. Afternoon – Well Testing: Introduction to Flow and Build-Up Tests; Analysis of Late-Time Data; Semi-Log Analysis for Gas Wells; Project Assignment.
Day 5
  • Morning – Well Testing: Modification for Gas; Manual Log Analysis ; Type Curve Analysis. Afternoon – Well Testing: Well Test Analysis Using Type Curves; Flow Regimes and the Diagnostic Plot; Project Presentations.

gas reservoir management

Course Description

This course takes a comprehensive look at several aspects of management of gas reservoirs. The course can be constructed such that it is a fundamental, intermediate or advanced gas reservoir engineering course. Various techniques are described such as 1) Basic Gas Reservoir Engineering, Properties of Natural Gas, Material Balance and Gas Reserve Determination, 2) Gas Deliverability 3) Nodal Analysis and 4) Well Testing in Gas Reservoirs and 5) Gas Well Operations. 6) Gas Well Completions.

Audience

  • Reservoir Engineers, Production Engineers, Laboratory Researchers, Gas Field Operators and Managers, Surface Facility Design Engineers, Surface Facility Operation Engineers, Gas Processing Engineers

Course Schedule

Day 1
  • Basic Gas Reservoir Engineering Formation Evaluation Gas Reserves
Day 2
  • Gas Deliverability Gas Well Completions
Day 3
  • Nodal Analysis Well Testing
Day 4
  • Well Testing
Day 5
  • Gas Field Development Gas Well Operations Gas Well Performance

integrated reservoir management

Course Description

To acquaint engineers, geoscientists, and operating personnel with the basic techniques used in modern reservoir management by asset management teams.

Audience

  • Engineers, geoscientists, operating personnel, other actual or potential asset team members

Prerequisites

  • Experience in oil and gas field operations

Topics covered

  • The reservoir management process
  • Data acquisition
  • Analysis and modeling
  • The reservoir model
  • Production operations
  • Reservoir management economics
  • Desktop simulation
  • Case studies including new fields, mature fields, waterfloods, and enhanced recovery projects

Course Schedule

Day 1
  • Reservoir Management Concepts The Reservoir Management Process Management Environment Integrated Reservoir Model
Day 2
  • Reservoir Characterization Petrophysical Analysis Depositional Environments and Systems Pore System Model
Day 3
  • Statistical Analysis of Production and Pressure Data Static Model Reservoir Performance Analysis
Day 4
  • The Dynamic Model Building the Dynamic Reservoir Model Calibrating the Dynamic Model Predicting Performance
Day 5
  • Economic Evaluation Model Investment Decisions Project Selection Applications

gas processes in improved oil recovery

Course Description

This course takes a detailed look at various techniques in improving the efficiency of IOR operations. Basic theory is covered as well as field applications.

Audience

Reservoir and Production Engineers, Laboratory Researchers.

Course Schedule

Day 1 Growing importance and applications – trends and relevance; Concepts and Preparation for a Field Project; Important Rock-fluid properties and consideration; Flow, entrapment and displacement issues; Residual oil saturation estimation, Oil and gas types, Equations of State and PVT characteristics; Laboratory tests and techniques needed for key design data; General Screening Criteria; Example calculations; Hydrocarbon Gas Miscible Flooding; General Field Application Criteria, Minimum Miscibility Pressure, Asphaltene Precipitation – Onset, why, when and remedial steps,; Decision point: Miscible Flood Objectives vs. Waterflood Objectives, Impact of Viscous-to-Gravity Ratio, Flood Applications (High Pressure, Enriched Gas and LPG Slug Injection), Flow Regimes in Miscible Process, Horizontal Pattern Flooding and Gravity-Stable Process, Example Calculations.
Day 2 Typical CO2 Flood Candidates, Basic CO2 Properties, Process Mechanisms, Feasibility, Modes of CO2 Floods, CO2 Requirement, Recommended Pilot Design, Implementation Checklist, CO2 Sources: Key Considerations, Field Applications and Key Operational Aspects, Field Examples.; Air (and Nitrogen) Injection, Candidate Reservoirs, Preparatory Lab Studies to Evaluate Potential (Kinetics and stoichiometric parameters), Field Applications; Safety, Health and Environment Issues, Issues common to all gas processes, Complications due to acid gases (H2S and CO2)
Day 3 Discussion on Four Specific Projects in the USA and Canada, Rainbow Lake HC Miscible Flood, Alberta, Canada, Wizard Lake Vertical Miscible Project, Alberta, Canada, Dollarhide CO2 Flood Project, Texas, USA, Salt Creek CO2 Flood: A Technical and Economic Success, Texas, USA

improved oil recovery methods: theory and applications

Course Description

This course takes a comprehensive look at several aspects of improved oil recovery. Various techniques are described and case studies presented.

Audience

Reservoir and Production Engineers

Course Schedule

Day 1 What is EOR/IOR and why it is needed; Concepts and Preparation for a Field Project; Important Rock-fluid properties and consideration: Porosity, Permeability, Capillary Pressure, Capillary Number, Mobility Ratio, Fluid-Fluid Displacements, Buckley-Leverett theory, Displacement Efficiencies; Interplay of Wettability, Viscous, Capillary and Gravity Forces, Relative permeability characteristics, Gravity-Stable Displacement, Example Calculations
Day 2 Laboratory Evaluation and Scaling for Laboratory Studies; Oil and gas types, Equations of State and PVT characteristics; Laboratory tests and techniques needed for key design data; Residual Oil Saturation and General Screening Criteria, Importance of ROS in IOR, How to estimate it, Tracer Tests – Design and Interpretation with example calculations
Day 3 Phase Behavior and Fluid Properties, Phase Behavior Fundamentals from: Pressure/Temperature and Pressure/Composition Diagrams. Quantitative Representation of Phase Equilibria Processes: Gas Injection and Production, Ternary Diagrams to Represent Gas Injection Processes: Miscible and Immiscible Processes, General Overview of Solvent Methods, Mechanisms of Oil Displacement. Diffusion and Dispersion, Example calculations
Day 4 Hydrocarbon Miscible Displacement, First Contact Miscible Processes, The Condensing-Gas Process, The Vaporizing-Gas Process, , Minimum Miscibility Pressure (MMP) ,Carbon Dioxide Flooding, Dissipation in Miscible Displacements, Instability Phenomena (viscous fingering), Miscible Processes and Gas Injection; Principles and theory of High Pressure Gas Injection, Enriched Gas Injection, LPG Slug Injection; Air/ Nitrogen Injection – Potential and applications, Application steps, Typical CO2 Flood Candidates, Basic CO2 Properties, Process Mechanisms, Feasibility, Modes of CO2 Floods, CO2 Requirement, Recommended Pilot Design, Implementation Checklist, CO2 Sources: Key Considerations, Field Applications and Key Operational Aspects, Field Examples.
Day 5 Thermal Methods; Impact of Heat on Oil Productivity, Heat Losses, Reservoir Heat Transmission, Hot Waterflooding, Steamflooding (Important Factors, Field Applications/Screening Criteria, Screening Methods/Calculations), Cyclic Steam Stimulation, Steam-Assisted Gravity Drainage Process, In-Situ Combustion. Example calculations, INPUT-Chemical Methods. Final Exam

gas processing and conditioning

Course Description

This course covers the major technical aspects of gas processing and conditioning that are comprised by the natural gas business chain. This course provides the knowledge and tools to determine the main properties of natural gas and technologies of Gas separation, dehydration, sweetening, measurement and transportation. Emphasis on the plant and equipment design and operation will be addressed using experience and exercises that allows the attendants to participate actively in identification of key variables for an optimum plant/equipment designs and operations. All this will result in increase of the effectiveness of the personnel, reduction of operational costs and optimization of the performance of the gas processing and conditioning.

Audience

Gas Processing Engineers, Surface Facilities Design Engineers, Surface Facilities Operations Engineers, Gas Plant Managers and Supervisors

Course Schedule

Day 1 Gas Properties. Natural gas properties. Physical and chemical properties. Gas quality. Ideal and real gas. Equations of state used in the industry. Multicomponent systems.  Water hydrocarbon behavior. Effect of contaminants (H2S, CO2). Hydrates: The problem, Deposition site, Impact, Hydrate composition and structure, Condition to form hydrate, Hydrate detection, Control and remediation,
Day 2 Gas separation Principle, types, multistage process, condensate stabilization Two Phase Separators: Horizontals, Verticals, Internals, Trouble shooting, Three Phase Separators: Horizontal separators, Vertical separators, Internals, Cyclonic separation
Day 3 Gas Sweetening. Process Classification: Absorption, Adsorption, Direct conversion, Membranes. Design and operating aspects of amine gas sweetening plants. Design parameters and criteria. Amine plant general design criteria and procedure. Operating parameters. Typical operating problems and troubleshooting.
Day 4 Gas Dehydration. Process Classification. Dehydration theory and principles. Dehydration process: Absorption, Adsorption. Expansion Refrigeration. Membranes. Comparison glycols vs. solid desiccants. Key Operating parameters for an optimal operation. Most Common Operational Problems and possible solutions
Day 5 Gas measurements. Gas Transportation System. Natural gas field usage. Natural gas end use. New Developments/Emerging Technology. Commercial Issues. Technological challenge for natural gas

gas conditioning and handling

Course Description

The goal of this training is to provide the attendees the necessary knowledge and tools for production fluid separation and equipment design as well as to understand the best conditions for an efficient operation of gas sweetening, dehydration, compression, and transportation. This course will also allow the attendants to participate in the diagnostic and the identification of key variables for an optimum operation. All this will result in an increase of the effectiveness of the personnel, reduction of operational costs and optimization of the performance of gas conditioning and handling

Audience

Surface Facility Design Engineers, Surface Facility Operations Engineers, Gas Processing Engineers, Field Production Operations

Course Schedule

Day 1 Fluids Separation, Two Phase Separators Horizontals, Verticals, Internals, Design, Troubleshooting and Cyclone Separators Design Exercises

Three Phase Separators Horizontal, Vertical, Internals, Cyclonic Separation, Separation Stages Design Exercises

Day 2 Gas Value Chain Natural. Gas Characteristics. Quality Specifications. Gas Sweetening Process Classification. Absorption. Amine System. Solid Agent, Direct Conversion. Membrane Designs and Operating Aspects of Sweetening Plants. Design Parameters and Criteria. Amine Plant Typical Operating Problems and Troubleshooting
Day 3 Gas Value Chain Natural Gas Characteristics Quality Specifications Gas Sweetening Process Classification Absorption, Amine System, Solid Agent, Direct Conversion, Membranes Design and Operating Aspects Sweetening Plants, Design Parameters and Criteria, Amine Plant Typical Operating Problems and Troubleshooting
Day 4 Liquid Removal and Gas Transportation
Day 5 Mechanical Equipment. Compressor: Classification, Design and working conditions. Pumps: Classification, Design and operation Heat Exchanger: Shell and Tube, Fin Fan, Plate and Frame

production systems (sps) and subsea technologies

Course Description

To understand the design and operation of the subsea facility system. Current and futrure rechnologies will presented, as well as the advantages and disadvantages.

Audience

Subsea, Facilities and Production Engineers

Course Schedule

Day 1 Sub Sea Production Systems (SPS) Concepts and Definitions Typical system architecture Advantages and disadvantages Design Drivers General design requirements SPS Equipments & operation Flow lines Flow assurance, Material selection
Day 2 Sub Sea Production Systems (SPS) Procedures for the operations Maintenance & Repair Limitations, barriers and and challenger
Day 3 Sub Sea technology Sub Sea equipments & Operations Global Energy Balance
Day 4 Flow Assurance Sub Sea well intervention
Day 5 Digital oil field Production monitoring, control and Optimization technology Data acquisition and Data management Instrumentation, Control and monitoring Systems
Day 6 Instrumentation, Control and monitoring Systems. Integrated system Duscussion and real example of the integration system Case history

Course Description

To provide the participant with knowledge, methodologies and tools in the safety, health and environmental area that make the attendants familiar with the processes and procedures for a safe work that reduce risks associated to the occurrence of events or incidents that involve impacts to the personnel, facilities and environmental , under the concept of Company Integral Safety

Audience

Professionals and Technicians or any Personnel related to peration and maintenance of production and plant systems

Course Schedule

Day 1
  • Introduction
  • Basic Safety Concepts
    • accident
    • incident
    • acts and unsafe conditions
    • risk
    • dangerous
    • fire and flammability limits
    • explosions
    • LOPCYMAT
    • emergency plans.
  • Industrial Health
    • basic concepts
    • professional disease
    • ergonomics
    • personal protective equipment.
    • Health Based on the Human Behavior
  • Environmental
    • Basic concepts
    • Environmental Laws
    • Applications
    • Solid and Liquid Handling and Disposal
Day 2
  • Safe work practices
    • concepts
    • standards
    • requirements
    • application
  • Risk Analysis in the Workplace
  • Permits for Hot and Cold Work
Day 3
  • Blocking and de-energizing of equipment (Lines and Containers)
  • Confined Spaces
  • Excavations
  • Equipment Erection
Day 4
  • Work at elevated areas and use of stairs, scaffold and other devices
  • Safety Procedures for the Plant Pre-startup and Startup
  • Others
  • Investigation of Accidents
  • Risks related to H2S and other toxic gases
Day 5
  • Analysis of cases proposed for participants
  • Analysis of oil and gas company cases

surface facility production operations

Course Description

This course describes the process for the gathering system, fluid treatment, transportation, measurements and storage.

Natural gas and oil physics charateristics are exposed as well as and their effect on separation, treatment and measurements.

The participant will learn through exercises how to design and operates the surface facilities production equipments and process.

Audience

  • Surface Facility Operation Engineers, Surface Facility Design, Production Operation Engineers, Production Manager,

Course Schedule

Day 1
  • Asset development/life cycle Properties of fluids Effect of fluid properties on the production system Type of reservoir Phase Envelope Typical composition Hydrocarbon properties: viscosity, solubility, density, gas compressibility, interfacial tension. Effect of separation pressure Exercises Production surface facilities objectives Valves API valves, chock, regulator, flow control. Principles of operation API specifications Safety System Control devices Relief system Design methodology Relief Valve principles Design, Installation and operation Manifold and gathering system. Conventional and non-conventional manifolds Subsea manifolds., Flowlines and gathering system Types: axial, radial, trunklines, well center Pipelines systems: series, parallel, looped, loopless Fluid of Flow Single phase flow: basic concept, pressure Drop for gas or liquid, equations and correlations, Exercises
Day 2
  • Multiphase Flow Concept and Definitions, Two Phase (Gas-Liquid) Flow System, Flow Pattern, Correlations for Horizontal Pipe, Pressure Drop, Troubleshooting, Effect of Flow Pattern on Corrosion Rate, Exercises Pigging Pigs: Classification, Use, Traps, Construction, Smart pigs, Operation and Inspection Separators Two Phase Separators: Horizontals, Verticals, Internals, Design, Trouble shooting, Cyclone separators Fluids Separation Three Phase Separators: Horizontal separators, Vertical separators, Internals, Cyclonic separation, Separation Stages Gas Conditioning Dehydration Process Classification Objectives of the processes of dehydration Dehydration theory and principles Dehydration process Absorption: glycols Adsorption: solid desiccant Comparison glycols vs. solid desiccants Expansion Refrigeration Membranes Key Operating parameters for an optimal operation, Most Common Operational Problems and possible solutions
Day 3
  • Sweetening Process Classification Absorption: Amine system Adsorption: solid agent Direct conversion Membranes Design and operating aspects of amine gas sweetening plants Hydrates Fundamentals Formation and detection Remediation, inhibition, mitigation and prevention Gas measurements Oil Treatment Oil treatment basic concept: dehydration, desalting, water solubility, viscosity, emulsion, Emulsion theory Emulsion stability and mechanism of stabilization Crude oil emulsion stabilizer: Crude oil natural components Stoke’s Law: Settling theory or gravity separation Variables affecting crude oil dehydration Demuslifier Electrostatic Theory Dehydration equipments Vertical treater: types and components Horizontal Treaters: Types and components Electrostatic coalescers Dehydration performance factors Design Procedures
Day 4
  • Crude oil desalting: the problem Oil desalting principles Desalters: equipments and technology Operation and design considerations Water Treatment Properties of produced water Environmental regulations Water chemistry issue: factors affecting stability, pH and Ion Strength Water treatment : equipment and technology Water treatment process: Specific Gravity Differences, Flotation, Enhanced Gravity, Physical trapping, Chemical Treatment
Day 5
  • Corrosion Corrosion considerations: Internal corrosion: CO2, H2S, Oxygen. Material Selection and mitigation, External corrosion: Material Selection and mitigation, Failure Mode, External coating requirement: types, properties, comparison, and selection, Cathodic protection: types, selections. Corrosion Monitoring Fluids Measurements Liquid and gas metering using positive displacement meters, orifices, sonic meters, mass measurement meters, three phase flow measurement and new metering devices Mechanical Equipments Gas Compression, Classification Reciprocating, Centrifugal, Compressor, Pumps, Classification, Centrifugal, Reciprocating, Storage facilities

oil and water treatment, separation, stabilization and gas handling

Course Description

The training is designed to provide the attendee with the necessary knowledge and tools understanding the best condition for an efficient operation and design of crude oil, water and gas treatment and handling system. The attendee will also participate in the discussion of the real cases

Audience

Surface Facility Design Engineers, Surface Facility Operation Engineers, Gas Processing Engineers, Field Production Operations

Prerequisites

Surface production facilities system

Course Schedule

Day 1 Production Facilities Schemes

  • Separation Process
  • Two Phase Separators
    • Horizontals
    • Verticals
    • Internals
    • Design
    • Trouble shooting
    • Cyclone separators
  • Exercise
  • Three Phase Separators
    • Horizontal separators
    • Vertical separators
    • Internals
    • Cyclonic separation
  • Separation Stages
  • Exercise
Day 2 Oil Treatment

  • Oil treatment basic concept
    • dehydration
    • desalting
    • water solubility
    • viscosity
    • emulsion
  • Emulsion theory
  • Emulsion stability and mechanism of stabilization
  • Crude oil emulsion stabilizer
    • Crude oil natural components
  • Stoke’s Law
    • Settling theory or gravity separation
  • Variables affecting crude oil dehydration
  • Demulsifier requirements and selections
  • Electrostatic Theory
  • Group discussion on the chemical used in the industry
  • Exercise
Day 3 Dehydration equipments

  • Vertical treater
    • types and components
  • Horizontal Treaters
    • Types and components
  • Electrostatic coalescers
  • Dehydration performance factors
  • Design Procedures
  • Exercise
  • Crude oil desalting
    • the problem
  • Oil desalting principles
  • Desalters
    • equipments and technology
  • Operation and design considerations
  • Life cycle costing for selection considerations
  • Exercise
Day 4 Water Treatment

  • Properties of produced water
  • Environmental regulations
  • Water chemistry issue
    • factors affecting stability, pH and Ion Strength
  • Water treatment
    • equipment and technology
  • Water treatment process
    • Specific Gravity Differences
    • Flotation
    • Enhanced Gravity
    • Physical trapping
    • Chemical Treatment
  • Suspended oil removal
  • Suspended solids removal
  • Backwash water treatment
  • Material selection issues
  • Exercise
Day 5 Gas Value Chain

  • Natural Gas Characteristics quality specifications
  • Typical components and contaminants
  • Hydrates
  • Fundamentals
  • Formation and detection
  • Remediation, inhibition, mitigation and prevention
  • Reasons for sweetening the gas
  • Gas Sweetening
  • Process Classification
  • Absorption
    • Amine system
  • Adsorption
    • Solid agent
  • Direct conversion
  • Membranes
  • Design and operating aspects of amine gas sweetening plants
  • Gas Dehydration
  • Process Classification
  • Objectives of the processes of dehydration
  • Dehydration theory and principles
  • Dehydration process
    • Absorption: glycols
    • Adsorption: solid desiccant
    • Comparison glycols vs. solid desiccants
    • Expansion Refrigeration
    • Membranes
  • Key Operating parameters for an optimal operation,
  • Most Common Operational Problems and possible solutions
  • Liquid Removal
  • Sulfur Removal
  • Gas Transportation
  • Gas Compression
    • Basic concept
    • Process
    • Classification
    • Reciprocating and Centrifugal Compressor
    • Applications
    • Design and operation problems

surface production operations

Course Description

The object of this course is to present an overview/fundamental understanding of the wide range of oilfield production handling and treatment equipment. Emphasis is on understanding the internal workings inside the piping, valves and vessels.

One goal is to improve communication between the field and office which will lead to higher efficiencies, effectiveness and lower costs while improving production economics. Exercises are worked in teams and/or with the instructor to enhance the learning experience while demonstrating application.

Audience

This class is an introductory level class, and is designed for all support personell in addition to entry level production, operations, and petroleum engineers; production managers and field production supervisors; surface equipment technicians; and technical or supervisory personnel who interact with field facility engineers / operators.

Prerequisites

Basic undestanding of Petroleum Engineering.

Course Schedule

Day 1 Production System/Integrated Vision Flow properties: Impact of pressure, temperature and fluid on key hydrocarbon parameters and fluid behaviour
Day 2 Flow lines, manifolds and gathering systems Material selection, pressure drop considerations, line sizing, corrosion, noise and erosion concerns, full well stream production, two and three phase fluid flow, pigging, slugs, foam and emulsion

Oil/Water Separation and treatment: Two and three phase separation, emulsion breaking, asphaltenes, solids control, removal of residual oil-in-water and water-in-oil to meet pipeline specifications or injection/disposal requirements, hydro cyclones and new water/oil treating equipment

Gas Separation and Treating: Two and three phase separation, free water removal, treatment of emulsions, hydrate prevention and treatment, vapor recovery, gas conditioning for sales, injection or field usage

Day 3 Mechanical Equipment: Pumps, compressors, heaters, sour and acid gas treating, pressured vessels, storage facilities and other surface and subsurface treating/fluid handling equipment
Day 4 Fluid Measurement and instrumentation: Liquid and gas metering using positive displacement meters, orifices, sonic meters, mass measurement meters, three phase flow measurement and new metering devices
Day 5 Valves: API valves, chokes, regulators, and flow control devices. Principle of operation and effect on fluid condition

Safety System: Surface safety control systems, relief valves, pressure rating and API recommended practices

Corrosion: Fundamental principles, detection, prevention and treatment

Latest and Greatest in Treatment Facilities: Up-to-date description of new equipment for handling high pressure/temperature, three-phase flow from sub sea and remote locations.

pipeline design, operations and maintenance

Course Description

The objective of this course is to gain a comprehensive knowledge of elements that are essential for the design, operations and maintenance of pipelines. The design of the gathering network, pressure drops, fluid pattern and the network arrangement are discussed in detail. A gathering network simulator (Pipesim or equivalent) is used to obtain the best operating and design conditions for the system. The course also provides a practical way to learn about the elements considered in the design, code, factors, legislation, material selection, corrosion (internal and external) considerations and management, hydrotesting, pigging (cleaning and smarts), pipeline integrity analysis using inspection survey, monitoring data, fitness for purpose, risk analysis and predictive and preventative maintenance.

Audience

  • Operations and Maintenance Staff, Surface Facility Design and Operation Engineers, Production Managers and Maintenance Managers

Course Schedule

Day 1
  • Flowlines and Gathering Network Well-Center, Trunk-Line Pipelines Configurations (Pipeline in Series, Pipeline in Parallel, Looped Pipeline, Loopless) Basic Concepts of Fluid Flow Single Phase Flow Pressure Drop for Gas or Liquid Single Phase Flow Equations and Correlations Exercises
Day 2
  • Use of software to Simulate Gathering Network Exercises: Company Cases
Day 3
  • Multiphase Flow Concept and Definitions Two Phase (Gas-Liquid) Flow System Flow Pattern Correlations for Horizontal Pipe Pressure Drop Troubleshooting Effect of Flow Pattern on Corrosion Rate Exercises
Day 4
  • Codes, Legislation and Classifications Detailed Design Onshore and Offshore Material Type Characteristics and Selection Pipeline Hydrotesting Procedure, Safety Margin, Standards and Factors Affecting the Hydrotesting Pigs Classification, Use, Traps, Construction, Smart Pigs, Operation and Inspection, Operation Condition and Monitoring, Corrosion Considerations Internal Corrosion CO2, H2S, Oxygen Material Selection and Mitigation External Corrosion Material Selection and Mitigation Failure Mode External Coating Requirements Types, Properties, Comparison and Selection Cathodic Protection (Types & Selection Criteria) Coating Monitoring and Inspection Visual Inspection, DCVG, Close Internal Survey
Day 5
  • Pipeline Integrity Analysis Management Engineering and Design Audit and Baseline Assessment Risk and Reliability Inspection and Maintenance Operations Control and Monitoring Repair and Rehabilitation Risk-Based Inspection Using API 580 Fitness for Service Methodology Pipeline Maintenance Preventive and Predictive Maintenance Pipeline Rehabilitation and Remediation Condition Based Maintenance Failure History Based Maintenance Forecasting the Failure

project management for the oil and gas industry (spanish only)

Course Description

The use of projects and project management in the oil and gas industry is becoming more and more important for all kinds of organizations. Businesses regularly use project management to accomplish unique outcomes under the constraints of resources, and effective implementation of project management techniques is one of essential means of achieving an organization’s strategy.

This course addresses the basic nature of managing general projects in the oil and gas industry and does not limit its focus to one type of project such as construction or R&D projects.

Included in the course is a comprehensive discussion of the knowledge and skills required for effective project management as prescibed by the two preeminent organizations dedicated to the advancing the science of project management and the professional development of project managers: APM (Association for Project Management) and PMI (Project Management Institute). The course combines instructor-led lectures and practical class exercises, many of which are specific to the oil and gas industry. Class discussion sessions are also facilitated by the instructor. The purpose of these sessions are to allow a forum where participants can share their experiences related to their involment on projects.

The course is specifically designed to force participants to use knowledge and skills learned during the course by applying those skills in team-based case study class exercises.

The course uses the project life cycle as the organizational guideline, and contents will cover the whole process of project management, including project initiation, project planning, project implementation and project termination.

Participants will study the characteristics of project and project management, look at how to define a project, how to organize a project, how to plan a project, how to implement, trace and control a project, and how to terminate and post-evaluate a project.

The course topics include:

  • basic concepts of project and project management
  • project selection
  • project definition
  • project organization structure
  • team building
  • communication and conflict management
  • project planning methods and techniques
  • resource allocation
  • project monitoring and control
  • project termination

The course includes applications of PMI’s Project Management Body of Knowledge text (PMBOK® Guide – Third Edition) and also include a case practice application for the oil and gas industry.

Audience

Technical supervisors and managers, project and general managers, and those individuals, either current or future, with significant roles in major projects, or those that have a stake in the development of major oil and gas developments, for example government officials.

Prerequisites

Basic Understanding of the oil and gas industry. Prior experience working on a project is helpful, but not a requirement.

Course Schedule

Day 1 Project Management Framework

  • Introduction to project management
  • The project management context
  • Project phases and the project life cycle
  • Stakeholders
  • Project management processes

Integration Management

  • Project plan development
  • Project plan execution
  • Integration change control

Scope Management

  • Initiation
  • Scope planning
  • Scope definition
  • Scope verification
  • Scope change control
Day 2 Time Management

  • Activity definition
  • Activity duration estimating
  • Activity sequencing
  • Schedule development
  • Schedule control
Day 3 Cost Management

  • Resource planning
  • Cost estimating
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Pelatihan Basic Logging Methods and Formation Evaluation

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Course Description [block]1[/block] Basic Logging Methods and Formation Evaluation

Our goal is for participants to learn basic log analysis, borehole data acquisition methods, and the skills to solve problems associated with identifying and exploiting reserves.
Experience gained will allow participants to identify lithologic zones and fluid types from log data.
Quality control of log data and of the resulting petrophysical interpretations is emphasized through examples and exercises.
Audience
•    Geoscientists and engineers
Prerequisites
•    None

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•    Physics of the measurements along with practical theory will allow the participant to follow simple procedures for the rapid and accurate interpretation of logs.
•    Various quick-look techniques are presented where participants gain experience in rock property analysis by completing applied exercises.
•    Once the participant understands the fundamentals of log analysis, a more detailed description of basic logging measurements is provided. This foundation provides building blocks that lead to more advanced interpretation techniques for the integration of lithology, core and reservoir data into the analysis procedure.
•    Becoming familiar with the quality assurance process is essential for successful exploitation and exploration evaluations. Subsurface logs account for the majority of data for wells. The variation of vertical resolution and depth of investigation provide challenges for interpretation.
•    Learning objectives include:
1. Quick-Look reservoir evaluation methods that identify hydrocarbons, estimate porosity, estimate water saturation and lithology
2. Definition of porosity, permeability, residual fluids, and lithology at a micro-scale
3. The borehole environment, invasion and basic data acquisition operations
4. Definition of reservoir connate water saturation (Archie Equation)
5. Brine properties
6. Resistivity and reservoir systems
•    To accomplish the learning objectives, which are set for each day, attendees are given hands-on problems and exercises with field examples to reinforce the course instruction.
petroleum exploration and production
Course Description
The course structure follows the reservoir/oilfield life cycle from exploration stages through reservoir management and production operation phases. Course lecture content is drawn from the Computer Based Training program “Exploration & Production Interactive” and includes exercises, class discussions/ team presentations, and interactive challenges. Relevant concepts and topics from geology, geophysics, petrophysics, reservoir engineering, economics, drilling engineering, and production operations are integrated into the overall life cycle framework of the course.
Audience
•    Appropriate for entry-level professionals of all disciplines as well as non-technical support staff.
Course Schedule
Day 1    •    Introduction to the oil field
•    The Phases in the Life Cycle of a Reservoir
•    Exploration/Geology and Geophysics: Origins of petroleum and reservoirs, How reservoirs are found and properties predicted, Exploration business processes and risk assessment, Exploration workshop and interactive challenge
•    Reservoir appraisal and engineering: Reservoir properties, testing, and analysis
Day 2    •    Reservoir appraisal and engineering (continued): Planning for field development
•    Petroleum economic concepts and measures, Reservoir appraisal workshop and interactive challenge
Day 3    •    Reservoir development and drilling: Drilling equipment and personnel, Well planning, Well construction process, Drilling economics and business processes, Drilling workshop and interactive challenge
Day 4    •    Completion & Production operations: Completions workshop and interactive challenge Course Summary: Downstream overview, Prudhoe Bay Field example, Learning objectives review

subsurface facies analysis – integrating borehole images & well logs with rock physics and seismic data to develop geologic models
Course Description
The course leans heavily on worked class examples and case studies. Instead of interpreting image and dip data in isolation, the course shows how they can be used in conjunction with outcrop studies and hi-resolution seismic data to refine reservoir models.
Audience
Geoscientists, engineers, and other technical staff who want to analyze and integrate image and dip data to enhance their understanding of exploration plays and field development.
Course Schedule
Day 1    Acquisition & processing, and structural analysis
•    Image & Dip Acquisition & Processing (incl. LQC)
o    Measurement principles and wellsite acquisition & LQC
o    Value of high resolution image data
o    Image processing & display
o    Dip computation and trouble shooting
o    Exercise: LQC acquisition data
o    Exercise: Preferred dip processing when drilling downdip
o    Exercise with some real data
    Image & dip processing and LQC
    Image description & interpretation steps
    Comparison with core photos and description
o    Exercise: hands on class review of data
•    Structural analysis using image & dip data
o    Structural dip trends and structural dip removal
o    Unconformities
o    Normal and growth faults
o    Reverse and thrust faults
o    Are faults sealing?
o    Exercise: Low angle structural dip
o    Exercise: Structural dip patterns
o    Exercise: Effect of dip removal
o    Exercise: Unconformities
o    Exercise: Fault models
o    Exercise: Image & dip examples across fault planes
Day 2    Sedimentology & continental settings
•    Stratigraphic analysis using image & dip data
o    Depositional environments & facies analysis
o    Lithofacies from log & image data
o    Geometry
o    Sedimentary structures
o    Paleocurrent directions
o    Advantages of integration in lithofacies analysis
o    Integration & modelling at the field level
o    Exercise: Grainsize motifs (and advantages of integration)
o    Exercise: Sedimentary features
o    Exercise: More sedimentary features
•    Eolian (wind-blown) sediments
o    Sedimentary structures & dune forms
o    Complexities in deposition setting & stratigraphic section
o    Building reservoir model & populating with data
o    Outcrop studies as input to reservoir simulation
o    Exercise: Current bedding dip patterns
o    Exercise: Idealized dips through stacked transverse dunes
o    Exercise: Reinterpreting an old data set
•    Fluvial (river) sediments
o    Fluvial settings (various models)
o    Braided system lithotypes & sedimentary features
o    Meandering system lithotypes & sedimentary features
o    Point bar development (predictions)
o    Channel models as developed by geostatistics
o    Channel models constrained by outcrop panels
o    Case study from Kalimantan; integrating high resolution seismic attributes with petrophysical data to fine tune a depositional model and site new wells; radically increasing oil recovery in the field.
o    Exercise: Current bedding & channel flow direction
o    Exercise: Scour surfaces, current bedding, channel axis
o    Exercise: Idealized dips in meandering system; contrast braided
Day 3    Deltaic, coastal and shelf silici-clastic settings
•    Deltaic sediments
o    Delta classifications and models
o    Associated sand geometries
o    Image & dip character in distributary fronts & channels
o    Case study from South Sumatra basin; developing a play concept to identify most prospective area within structural closure
o    Exercise: Palaeogeographic mapping from dip data
o    Exercise: Channel interpretation from image data
o    Exercise: Palaeogeographic concept map from image/dip data
o    Exercise: Mapping a channel trend based on dip data
•    Coastal & shelf sediments
o    Interrelation of coastal & shelf depositional settings
o    Facies variation in prograding coastal sequences
o    Idealized dip and grain motifs in bar/barrier sands
o    Image & dip examples in shelf bar and barrier island sands
o    Channel sands in a tidal setting
o    Chasing channels by integrating image and seismic data
o    Case study: distinguishing channel from bar sands in tidal settings, and its importance on reservoir characteristics
o    Use of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance to distinguish sand units
o    Using high resolution images to interpret thinly bedded reservoirs
o    Exercise: Barrier bar orientation
o    Exercise: Idealized grainsize motif & dip patterns in coastal setting
o    Exercise: Different sand bodies in a coastal setting
o    Exercise: Understanding why sands with similar lithofacies have radically different production characteristics
Day 4    Deepwater and carbonate sediments
•    Deepwater sediments
o    Deepwater sediment depositional models
o    Image & dip character in proximal & distal settings
o    Orienting channel sands using image & dip data
o    Using outcrop work for forward modelling to better interpret seismic, and understand reservoir production behaviour
o    Exercise: Deepwater lithofacies
o    Exercise: Sedimentary structures
o    Exercise: Channel orientation
o    Exercise: Sand body recognition & orientation
•    Carbonate sediments
o    Carbonate models and facies in coastal and shelf settings
o    Carbonate reefs, and orienting reefal trends
o    Porosity enhancement and reduction
o    Generating reservoir model from outcrop data and 3D seismic
o    Exercise: Features within a carbonate section
o    Exercise: Features within a carbonate reservoir
Day 5    Fractured reservoirs
•    Fracture systems
o    Fracture types; open, healed, vuggy, syneresis
o    Natural or induced; borehole breakout & tensile fractures
o    Fracture orientation
o    Exercise: Fracture identification – 1
o    Exercise: Fracture identification – 2
o    Exercise: Fracture identification – 3
o    Exercise: Borehole damage feature
•    Fractured Reservoir case studies
o    Case study: Identifying & evaluating producing horizons in fractured basement offshore Vietnam
o    Case study: Sensitivity analysis to develop field development plan in Middle East carbonate “Giant”
•    Geothermal systems in volcanic rocks
o    Lithofacies in volcanic settings
o    Case study: Using images to resolve reservoir delineation and development issues
o    Exercise: Facies interpretation
o    Exercise: Fracture interpretation
Wrap-up; further questions and discussion

drilling fluids
Course Description
This course takes a comprehensive look at the functions of drilling fluids, and then addresses how to engineer a mud system. Both water based and oil based mud systems are treated.
Audience
•    Drilling engineers with a basic knowledge of well design principles
Course Schedule
Day 1    •    Introduction
•    Functions of Drilling Fluids
•    Composition of Water Base Mud
•    Clay Chemistry
•    Rheology
•    Polymers Chemistry
Day 2    •    Water Base Mud Products & Systems
•    Hole Cleaning
•    Extended-Reach Wells
•    Reservoir Drill-in Fluids
Day 3    •    Lost Circulation
•    Stuck Pipe
•    Completion Fluids
•    Virtual Completion Fluids
Day 4    •    Oil Base Mud – fundamentals
•    Synthetic Base Mud
•    Faze-Pro
•    Sigmadril
•    New High Performance Systems
•    Virtual Hydraulics
•    Lab Work
Day 5    •    Lab Work
•    Solids Control Equipment
•    IFE Concept
•    Review and Test
•    Open Discussion & Closing

drillstring design
Course Description
This course provides a comprehensive treatment of drill string design as well as the avoidance of operational problems and wear on equipment. Bit selection, BHA optimization and drilling hydraulics are investigated in detail, with the emphasis on practical and safe operating procedures.
Audience
•    Drilling engineers, drilling supervisors, trainee drillers, rig engineers and service company personnel with basic drilling engineering.
Course Schedule
Day 1    •    Introduction
•    Trajectory Design and Optimisation
•    Computer-aided Trajectory Design and Optimisation
•    Drillstring Load Prediction
•    Drillstring Load Analysis
•    Computer-aided Drillstring Load Analysis
Day 2    •    3-D Visualization
•    Earth modelling Building
•    Close Approach
•    Drillstring component/BHA tendencies
•    BHA Optimisation
•    Rotating, sliding, or reaming modes
Day 3    •    Torque and Drag models and calculations
•    Computer-aided Torque and Drag
•    Hydraulics
•    Pressure Losses & Equivalent Circulation Densities
•    Minimum Hole Cleaning Requirements
Day 4    •    Casing Wear Prediction
•    Casing Wear Prediction Software
•    Drillstring Inspection
•    Drillstring Problem Avoidance

well design and construction engineering
Course Description
This course gives an overview of the well construction process and an introduction to subsea drilling operations.
The goal of the course is to provide an insight into the planning and execution of a modern drilling operation. Emphasis will be on the conceptual design and detailed engineering design calculations involved in planning a well.
Audience
•    Trainee drilling engineers, petroleum engineers and specialist service company engineers
Prerequisites
•    Exposure to drilling operations
Course Schedule
Day 1    •    Overview of Drilling Operations.
•    Exploration & production licenses, Drilling personnel and Rotary drilling equipment.
•    The drilling process onshore and offshore.
•     Drilling economics.
•    Rig Components.
•    The Drillstring.
•    Design of the drillstring.
•    Drilling Bits.
•    Design of PDC and Roller Cone Bits, selection of bits, grading of dull bits, assessing and improving the performance of drill bits.
Day 2    •    Formation Pressures & Well Control.
•    Introduction to origin and representation of pore pressures and fracture pressures.
•    Origin, prediction and detection of abnormal pressures.
•    Drilling problems associated with abnormal pressures.
•     Prediction and confirmation of formation fracture pressures.
•    Principles of primary & secondary well control.
•    Warning signs of kicks.
•    Well killing procedures.
•    BOP equipment and BOP stack arrangements.
Day 3    •    Drilling Fluids, Hydraulics and Casing.
•    Functions, properties, design/selection of various types of drilling fluid.
•     Wellsite tests performed on drilling fluids.
•    Design of a solids control system.
•    Introduction to pressure losses in the drilling system.
•    Optimization of bit hydraulics.
•    Major functions and properties of casing and casing string configurations. Casing running operations.
•    The casing design process.
Day 4    •    Cementing and Directional Drilling.
•    Functions and properties of cement, single and multiple stage cementing operations.
•    Designing a cementing operation.
•    Assessing the quality of the cement sheath.
•    Introduction to directional drilling.
•    Designing the trajectory for a directional well.
•    Directional drilling tools and BHAs.
•    Introduction to wellbore surveying.
•    Calculating the trajectory of a directional well based on survey data.
•    Directional surveying tools.
Day 5    •    Measurement While Drilling and Subsea Drilling.
•    Introduction to MWD and the value of real time data.
•    MWD data collection and transmission techniques.
•    Introduction to tools and equipment used to drill from a floating drilling rig.
•    Course review

development geology
Course Description
Overview of role of geologic interpretation in the life cycle of reservoirs
Audience
•    Engineers and geologists involved in reservoir appraisal and development projects
Course Schedule
Day 1    •    Module 1 Introduction & Course Overview, The energy business, development projects, subsurface data
•    Module 2 Scope of the energy/oil & gas business
•    Module 3 Oil and gas development projects
•    Module 4 Film – Partners for Progress
•    Module 5 Robin Field Team Exercise 1, project activities planning
•    Module 6 Petroleum Geology Introduction, exercise correlation
Day 2    •    Subsurface Models, Input Data and Concepts
•    Module 7 Seismic data gathering, processing and interpretation
•    Module 8 Exercises: Robin Field Exercise 2 – Field Appraisal planning
•    Module 9 Structural types, traps, fault seals, maps and sections
•    Module 10 Robin Field Exercise 3, Correlation
•    Module 11 Clastic sedimentary environments
•    Module 12 Robin Field Exercise 4, Seismic well data structural map, cross section
Day 3    •    Measurements and Evaluation of Subsurface Data
•    Module 13 Basic well technology, horizontal wells, well data
•    Module 14 Log and core data, uncertainties and mapping
•    Module 15 Robin Field Exercise 5, net sand mapping
•    Module 16 Carbonate reservoirs
•    Module 17 Subsurface pressures, with exercise
•    Module 18 Pressure exercise, Robin Field Exercise 6, Contacts
Day 4    •    Subsurface Development Options
•    Module 19 Volumetrics, subsurface uncertainties
•    Module 20 Robin Field Exercise 7 Volumetrics
•    Module 21 Subsurface development planning
•    Module 22 Robin Field Exercise 8, static and dynamic models
•    Module 23 Field Operations, Well Deisgn, Geological Input
Day 5    •    Field Operations and Development
•    Module 23 Field Operations, Well Design, Geological input
•    Module 24 Field studies, examples
•    Module 25 Film – Offshore Development – Troll Field (optional)
•    Module 26 Robin Field Exercise 9 Surface Development Options, Project Planning, Phased Costs
•    Impact of Subsurface Uncertainty on Project Economics
•    Module 27 Basic project economics and financial performance indicators
•    Module 28 Exercises The Robin Field Project 10 EconomicsDetermine project economics and sensitivities using an Excel economics spreadsheet

electric submersible pumps – application engineering
Course Description
The Electric Submersible Pump System (ESP) is considered an effective and economical means of lifting large volume of fluids from great depths under a variety of well conditions. Over the years, the ESP companies, in conjunction with the major oil companies, have gained considerable experience in producing high viscosity fluids, gassy wells, high temperature wells, etc. With this experience and improved technology, wells that were once considered non-feasible for submersibles are now being pumped economically.
This course is designed to provide a solid grasp of ESP and its applications. It covers detailed description of the components of ESPs making emphasis on the specific functions of each one. The standard application is described as well as some non-standard applications. The use of the affinity laws for centrifugal pumps is illustrated with practical examples. Downhole gas separators and gas handlers are discussed in a dedicated section of the course.
Course Objectives: Provide theoretical and practical knowledge of the advantages and limitations of the Electric Submersible Pumps in order to develop the required skills to design, optimize and diagnose wells producing with Electric Submersible Pumps.
Audience
Production Engineers, technologists, people who are involved in Production Optimization. Specificaly people who want to gain more knowledge about ESP.
Prerequisites
Students should be familiar with basic Production Engineering, have some field experience in Production, and have some Electric Submersible Pumps.
Course Schedule
Day 1    •    AM: Introduction, Review of Artificial Lift Systems and the standard ESP Applications
•    PM: Reservoir Dynamics
Day 2    •    AM: General Description of Pumps and Motors
•    PM: General Description of Cables, Protectors and Monitoring
Day 3    •    AM: Pump Selection and Dimensioning and Physical Limits
•    PM: Variable Speed Drive
Day 4    •    AM: Gas Applications and Nodal Analysis
•    PM: Continuation of Nodal Analysis and Viscous Application
Day 5    •    AM: Surface Equipment and Alternative Deployment
•    PM: Non Standard Applications

design, diagnosis and optimization of gas lift systems
Course Description
This course is intended to familiarize production personnel with the use, basic principles, selection of the equipment, types, design, monitoring, etc, of a continuous and intermittent gas lift system. Engineers will obtain the basic skills to the analysis and design of any artificial lift system by using a continuous or intermittent gas flow rate. The description in details of certain technical aspects will allow engineers propose solutions in a rapid and save way in order to either increase or optimize the production of an oil well. Throughout the course, participants will solve practical examples.
Audience
Production engineers, field supervisors, engineers with a basic knowledge in this area, among others, involved in the design, performance and monitoring of gas-lift installations.
Prerequisites
Knowledge of the basic principles of well modeling and nodal analysis, and basic computer skills are required.
Course Schedule
Day 1    Overview Continuous Gas Lift Method: Principle application; introduction to gas lift concepts; advantages and disadvantages of the method; description of the gas lift surface and downhole equipment.
Day 2    Valve Mechanics: Principle of operation; classification of gas lift valves; opening and closing forces of gas lift valves; valve calibration in the shop; determination of the gas lift seat size.
Day 3    Continuous Gas Lift Installation Design: Preliminary calculations (nodal analysis, curve determination of minimum gradient and gas static pressure gradient, mandrel spacing, and selection of operating and discharge valve); design procedure; discharge process.
Day 4    Overview Intermittent Gas Lift Methods (Conventional and Unconventional Methods): Principle application; advantages and disadvantages of the method; description of the gas lift surface and downhole equipment.
Day 5    Intermittent Gas Lift Installation Design: Preliminary calculations (nodal analysis, mandrel spacing, and selection of operating and discharge valve); design procedure; operation cycle.

gas lift design, diagnosis and optimization
Course Description
This course will cover the theory and practice of gaslift design, diagnosis and optimizations. Participants will learn how to apply proper data analysis and interpretation techniques in order to optimize well production. Practical workshop sessions will be used to analyze and interpret real field data from participants.
Audience
•    Engineering staff involved in the design, performance and monitoring of gas-lift installations. It will also prove valuable to experienced gas lift engineers who would benefit from exposure to some of the newer methods currently being developed by the industry. Knowledge of the basic principles of well modeling and nodal analysis are the prerequisites.
Course Schedule
Day 1    •    Overview of production systems analysis: comparison of gas lift to other artificial lift methods; Introduction to gaslift concepts, theory and operation of surface and downhole equipment
Day 2    •    Principles of gaslift design: operating valve positioning, unloading valve positioning and valve sizing
•    Key sensitivities for design, generation and use of gas lift performance curves
Day 3    •    Generation of 4 variable lift curves for use in reservoir simulators
•    Diagnostic techniques: use of gradient traverse plot to match flowing gradient surveys, determination of injection point and problems with valve operation and orifice pressure drop
Day 4    •    Practical workshop session: diagnosis and interpretation of gaslift well performance
•    Introduction to surface network modeling and full field optimization methods
Day 5    •    Multiwell gaslift allocation techniques: use of constraints, running full field predictions

well completions design and optimization
Course Description
To provide a comprehensive understanding of the physical principles governing the selection of well completion practices. This understanding will improve completion programs and lead to more efficient well completions. Well performance, vertical lift performance, choke performance, and horizontal flow performance will be studied in relation to the well completion and their effect on production rates and completion efficiency.
Audience
•    The course is designed for petroleum, production, and well completion engineers and field personnel actively engaged in well completions
Prerequisites
•    The course is suitable for most experience levels. It is recommended that participants be familiar with completion equipment and practices
Topics covered
•    Introduction – the production system
•    Well completion design
•    Reservoir performance
•    Well performance – fundamentals of flow in porous media
•    Oilwell deliverability
•    Gaswell deliverability
•    Prediction of future performance
•    Multiphase flow – basics of flow in pipes
•    Vertical lift performance
•    Horizontal flow performance
•    Inclined flow
•    Estimating pressure drops
•    Choke performance – basics of flow across a choke
•    Multiphase flow correlations
•    Completion considerations – perforations
•    Gravel packing
•    Formation damage
•    Stimulation
•    Tubing selection
•    Surface production equipment
•    Systems analysis – overview of the completion system
•    Prediction of production rates
•    Selection of completion and production equipment
•    Integrating the completion design
Course Schedule
Day 1    •    AM – Course introduction, Reservoir Life Cycle, Overview of the Production System, Reservoir Fluid Types PM – Flow Through Porous Media, Slightly Compressible Flow Solutions, Compressible Flow Solutions, Multiphase Oil Flow
Day 2    •    AM – Oil Well Deliverability, PI Concepts, IPR – Vogel, Fetkovich, Jones Blount & Glaze, Composite IPR, Class Exercises PM – Oil Well Deliverability, Incorporating the Skin Effect, Predicting Future Performance, Three-Phase IPR, Class Exercises
Day 3    •    AM – Gas Well Deliverability, Log-Log Analysis Technique PM – Gas Well Deliverability, Gas Well Testing Methods, (Flow-after-flow, Isochronal, Modified Isochronal), Class Exercises
Day 4    •    AM – Completion Effects, Permeability Alteration, Perforation Effects, Partial Penetration, Non-Darcy Flow Effects PM – Overview of Vertical Lift Performance, Single-phase Vapor and Liquid Relations, Multiphase Flow Correlations, Use of Gradient Charts, Choke Performance
Day 5    •    AM – Systems Analysis, Integrating the Production System, Application of Systems Analysis, Example Applications PM – Well Completion Design, Systems Analysis Applications, Class Exercises, Production Optimization Considerations

completion and production engineering
Course Description
This 5-day course emphasis the role of the Well, as part of the Integrated Production System for a Hydrocarbon Asset. Well Completion design concepts and the technical selection criteria for the main completion components are reviewed in detail. The last two days of the Courses is spent on the completed Well’s Flow behavior and the key parameters affecting Well Performance/Productivity. Group exercises on Completion and Performance augment the learning process. The course also highlights the Operating Company’s viewpoint in the area of Well Completion and Well Production Management
By the end of the course, participants should be to: State how Well Completion fits into the E&P Activity; Recall and discuss hydrocarbon exploitation considerations for well productivity and completion design; Describe the main parameters that influences Well Performance and Productivity; Describe the factors that influence the selection and design of the completion string and components; Carry out a completion design and explain how it will be run in the well.
Audience
•    Geo-scientists, Engineers and Managers (in Drilling, Well Intervention/Services, Reservoir Engineering, Production Operations, Marketing/Sales etc.), whose jobs require them to interface with Completion Engineers, Production Technologists, Well Production Operations Engineers, and Well Maintenance/Servicing Engineers who wish to enhance their current job effectiveness, through more knowledge on Well Completion and Performance, than that attained from their own “core” discipline training and exposure.
Prerequisites
•    It is recommended that Participants should have at least 2 years Oil Industry experience, in the subsurface engineering/operations/management aspects of the E&P business.
Topics covered
•    Hydrocarbon Exploitation considerations for Well Completion design
•    Well Completion Planning and Design Process Cycle
•    Inflow Systems & Productivity Effects
•    Horizontal Well (Productivity aspects.)
•    The Flowing Well Performance – Inflow and Outflow System “NODAL” Analysis
•    The Casing String and Suspension
•    Tubing Selection and Tubing Design analysis
•    Tubing Connectors Packers
•    Tubing Hangers and Xmas Trees
•    Key Completion Components (SSSV, SSDs SPM, etc.)
•    Group Exercises on Completion design
•    New Development in Completions & Productivity (Intelligent Completions etc.)
Course Schedule
Day 1    •    Reservoir -Integrated Production System, Well Completion Methods, Classification of Reservoir Based on the Fluids in the Reservoir, Engineering aspects and Exploitation
Day 2    •    Flow in Porous Media, Well Deliverability (exercises), Completions Effects, Flow in Pipes, Choke Performance, Systems Analysis
Day 3    •    Tubing Design, Completion String Design, Exercise Combination Casing String Design, Tubing Loads and Movement, Tubular Connections
Day 4    •    Completion Equipment, Casing and Casing Suspension, Wellheads, Tubing Selection, Tubing Connection, Packers, Wellsite Operations
Day 5    •    Subsea Completions, Present Systems, Applications, Requirement Designs and Types, Controls, Flowline Connections, ROVs

advanced completion technology
Course Description
The integration of various aspects of completion technology from a practical, more operational point of view.
Audience
•    Intermediate production engineers
Prerequisites
•    Understanding of basic completion processes
Topics covered
•    Tubing vertical lift performance and completion design using Nodal Analysis
•    Artificial lift – selection criteria and example designs for gas lift, rod electric submersible, hydraulic and progressing cavity pumps
•    Sand control, designing gravel packs
•    Formation damage – sources of productivity impairment and design of remedial stimulation treatments
•    Improving well productivity, advanced perforating and hydraulic fracture stimulation
•    Advanced wells, horizontal wells, downhole intelligence
Course Schedule
Day 1    •    Day 1 Schedule
Day 2    •    Day 2 Schedule
Day 3    •    Day 3 Schedule
Day 4    •    Day 4 Schedule
Day 5    •    Day 5 Schedule

well intervention course (3 days)
Course Description
The course is designed for an overview of Well Intervention and operations and is dedicated to familiarize the participants with the processes involved.
Audience
•    Drilling Engineers, Reservoir Engineers, Geologists, Geophysicists, Service Companies Specialists (Cementing, Logging, Drilling Fluids, Mud Logging, Surface Facilities), Project Support Staff (QHSE, Materials, Logistic, Finance), Drilling Company and Drilling Contractor Staff, Sales Engineers, Business Development Managers, Field Service Managers, R&D Scientists/Engineers.
Prerequisites
•    Degree in a Scientific/Technical discipline. Basic understanding of drilling and production operations.
Course Schedule
Day 1    •    – Reservoir concepts and Reservoir Driving mechanisms
•    – Fluid properties
•    – Well Testing
•    – Completion Fluids and their impact on well productivity
Day 2    •    – Completion Design (tubing selection and connections)
•    – Downhole components
•    – Packers
•    – Wellhead & X-mas tree
•    – Completion Equipment
•    – Safety Valves
•    – Perforations
•    – Running Completions
•    – Artificial Lift
Day 3    •    – Multilaterals
•    – Sand Control
•    – Vent Screen
•    – Screenless
•    – Acidizing Candidate Selection
•    – Matrix Treatments
•    – Fracturing
•    – Slickline
•    – Coiled Tubing
•    – Production Logging
•    – Production Facilities

applied reservoir engineering
Course Description
To acquaint engineers with a variety of practical reservoir engineering concepts.
Audience
•    Engineers responsible for routine reservoir characterization and management
Prerequisites
•    Engineering degree
Topics covered
•    Petroleum Geology & Formation Evaluation Principles, Fluids Characterization PvT properties, reservoir rocks properties, Original Hydrocarbons in place, Well Testing and Performance Prediction, Analytical Techniques, Secondary Recovery – Waterflooding principles
Course Schedule
Day 1    •    Introduction to the Oil Industry and the Reservoir as the main Asset Rock Properties, Porosity, Permeability, Fluids Saturations, Capillary Pressure and Fluid Properties, the five reservoir fluids, water properties
Day 2    •    Formation Evaluation, Open Hole Logging, Cased Hole Logging Drive Mechanisms & Recovery Factor: Solution-gas drive Gas-cap drive Water drive Combination drive Gravity-drainage drive Material Balance
Day 3    •    Well Testing/ Pressure Transient Analysis / Radial Flow & Radius of Investigation / Flow Regimes and Diagnostic Plot / Type Curves / Semilog Analysis For Oil Wells Well Performance / Introduction to Nodal Analysis / inflow performance curve, outflow performance curve, system graph, solution node Horizontal Wells // Productivity of Horizontal Wells Coning / Gas and Water Coning
Day 4    •    Fractional Flow & Waterflood / Patterns Oil, water, and gas saturations Fractional flow Performance measures Practices and problems Decline Curve Analysis & Reserves Match past performance trends with a model Forecast future Estimate reserves Resources , reserves Proved vs. unproved Probable vs. possible Developed vs. undeveloped Producing vs. nonproducing
Day 5    •    Reservoir Monitoring Aspects of Reservoir Monitoring Reservoir monitoring vs formation evaluation Time-lapse measurements Depth of investigation Environmental effects Production, injection, observation and in-fill wells Flowing wells Distributed Pressure Measurements Production Logs in Reservoir Monitoring Saturation Monitoring

natural gas reservoir engineering
Course Description
This course takes a comprehensive look at several aspects of gas reservoir engineering. The course can be constructed such that it is a fundamental, intermediate or advanced gas reservoir engineering course. Various techniques are described such as 1) Basic Gas Reservoir Engineering, Properties of Natural Gas, Material Balance and Gas Reserve Determination, 2) Gas Deliverability 3) Nodal Analysis and 4) Well Testing in Gas Reservoirs
Audience
•    Reservoir Engineers, Production Engineers, Laboratory Researchers, Gas Field Operators
Course Schedule
Day 1    •    Morning – Basic Gas Reservoir Engineering: Introduction; Fluids and Fluid Types; Drive Mechanisms; Properties of Natural Gas; Material Balance Afternoon – Gas Reserves: Determining Gas Reserves; Gas Volumes and Material Balance; Calculations, Class Exercises.
Day 2    •    Morning – Gas Deliverability: Basic Gas Deliverability; Deliverability of Gas Wells; Class Exercises Afternoon – Gas Deliverability: Deliverability of Gas Wells continued; Class Exercises.
Day 3    •    Morning – Gas Deliverability: Gas Deliverability Problems; Introduction to Nodal analysis; Inflow Performance for Gas Wells. Afternoon – Nodal Analysis: Outflow or Tubing Curves; Vertical Multi-Phase Flow; Production Data Analysis; Demonstration of PERFORM.
Day 4    •    Morning – Well Testing: Introduction to Well Testing; Radial Flow and Radius of Investigation; Wellbore Storage; Damage and Stimulation; Class Exercises. Afternoon – Well Testing: Introduction to Flow and Build-Up Tests; Analysis of Late-Time Data; Semi-Log Analysis for Gas Wells; Project Assignment.
Day 5    •    Morning – Well Testing: Modification for Gas; Manual Log Analysis ; Type Curve Analysis. Afternoon – Well Testing: Well Test Analysis Using Type Curves; Flow Regimes and the Diagnostic Plot; Project Presentations.

gas reservoir management
Course Description
This course takes a comprehensive look at several aspects of management of gas reservoirs. The course can be constructed such that it is a fundamental, intermediate or advanced gas reservoir engineering course. Various techniques are described such as 1) Basic Gas Reservoir Engineering, Properties of Natural Gas, Material Balance and Gas Reserve Determination, 2) Gas Deliverability 3) Nodal Analysis and 4) Well Testing in Gas Reservoirs and 5) Gas Well Operations. 6) Gas Well Completions.
Audience
•    Reservoir Engineers, Production Engineers, Laboratory Researchers, Gas Field Operators and Managers, Surface Facility Design Engineers, Surface Facility Operation Engineers, Gas Processing Engineers
Course Schedule
Day 1    •    Basic Gas Reservoir Engineering Formation Evaluation Gas Reserves
Day 2    •    Gas Deliverability Gas Well Completions
Day 3    •    Nodal Analysis Well Testing
Day 4    •    Well Testing
Day 5    •    Gas Field Development Gas Well Operations Gas Well Performance

integrated reservoir management
Course Description
To acquaint engineers, geoscientists, and operating personnel with the basic techniques used in modern reservoir management by asset management teams.
Audience
•    Engineers, geoscientists, operating personnel, other actual or potential asset team members
Prerequisites
•    Experience in oil and gas field operations
Topics covered
•    The reservoir management process
•    Data acquisition
•    Analysis and modeling
•    The reservoir model
•    Production operations
•    Reservoir management economics
•    Desktop simulation
•    Case studies including new fields, mature fields, waterfloods, and enhanced recovery projects
Course Schedule
Day 1    •    Reservoir Management Concepts The Reservoir Management Process Management Environment Integrated Reservoir Model
Day 2    •    Reservoir Characterization Petrophysical Analysis Depositional Environments and Systems Pore System Model
Day 3    •    Statistical Analysis of Production and Pressure Data Static Model Reservoir Performance Analysis
Day 4    •    The Dynamic Model Building the Dynamic Reservoir Model Calibrating the Dynamic Model Predicting Performance
Day 5    •    Economic Evaluation Model Investment Decisions Project Selection Applications

gas processes in improved oil recovery
Course Description
This course takes a detailed look at various techniques in improving the efficiency of IOR operations. Basic theory is covered as well as field applications.
Audience
Reservoir and Production Engineers, Laboratory Researchers.
Course Schedule
Day 1    Growing importance and applications – trends and relevance; Concepts and Preparation for a Field Project; Important Rock-fluid properties and consideration; Flow, entrapment and displacement issues; Residual oil saturation estimation, Oil and gas types, Equations of State and PVT characteristics; Laboratory tests and techniques needed for key design data; General Screening Criteria; Example calculations; Hydrocarbon Gas Miscible Flooding; General Field Application Criteria, Minimum Miscibility Pressure, Asphaltene Precipitation – Onset, why, when and remedial steps,; Decision point: Miscible Flood Objectives vs. Waterflood Objectives, Impact of Viscous-to-Gravity Ratio, Flood Applications (High Pressure, Enriched Gas and LPG Slug Injection), Flow Regimes in Miscible Process, Horizontal Pattern Flooding and Gravity-Stable Process, Example Calculations.
Day 2    Typical CO2 Flood Candidates, Basic CO2 Properties, Process Mechanisms, Feasibility, Modes of CO2 Floods, CO2 Requirement, Recommended Pilot Design, Implementation Checklist, CO2 Sources: Key Considerations, Field Applications and Key Operational Aspects, Field Examples.; Air (and Nitrogen) Injection, Candidate Reservoirs, Preparatory Lab Studies to Evaluate Potential (Kinetics and stoichiometric parameters), Field Applications; Safety, Health and Environment Issues, Issues common to all gas processes, Complications due to acid gases (H2S and CO2)
Day 3    Discussion on Four Specific Projects in the USA and Canada, Rainbow Lake HC Miscible Flood, Alberta, Canada, Wizard Lake Vertical Miscible Project, Alberta, Canada, Dollarhide CO2 Flood Project, Texas, USA, Salt Creek CO2 Flood: A Technical and Economic Success, Texas, USA

improved oil recovery methods: theory and applications
Course Description
This course takes a comprehensive look at several aspects of improved oil recovery. Various techniques are described and case studies presented.
Audience
Reservoir and Production Engineers
Course Schedule
Day 1    What is EOR/IOR and why it is needed; Concepts and Preparation for a Field Project; Important Rock-fluid properties and consideration: Porosity, Permeability, Capillary Pressure, Capillary Number, Mobility Ratio, Fluid-Fluid Displacements, Buckley-Leverett theory, Displacement Efficiencies; Interplay of Wettability, Viscous, Capillary and Gravity Forces, Relative permeability characteristics, Gravity-Stable Displacement, Example Calculations
Day 2    Laboratory Evaluation and Scaling for Laboratory Studies; Oil and gas types, Equations of State and PVT characteristics; Laboratory tests and techniques needed for key design data; Residual Oil Saturation and General Screening Criteria, Importance of ROS in IOR, How to estimate it, Tracer Tests – Design and Interpretation with example calculations
Day 3    Phase Behavior and Fluid Properties, Phase Behavior Fundamentals from: Pressure/Temperature and Pressure/Composition Diagrams. Quantitative Representation of Phase Equilibria Processes: Gas Injection and Production, Ternary Diagrams to Represent Gas Injection Processes: Miscible and Immiscible Processes, General Overview of Solvent Methods, Mechanisms of Oil Displacement. Diffusion and Dispersion, Example calculations
Day 4    Hydrocarbon Miscible Displacement, First Contact Miscible Processes, The Condensing-Gas Process, The Vaporizing-Gas Process, , Minimum Miscibility Pressure (MMP) ,Carbon Dioxide Flooding, Dissipation in Miscible Displacements, Instability Phenomena (viscous fingering), Miscible Processes and Gas Injection; Principles and theory of High Pressure Gas Injection, Enriched Gas Injection, LPG Slug Injection; Air/ Nitrogen Injection – Potential and applications, Application steps, Typical CO2 Flood Candidates, Basic CO2 Properties, Process Mechanisms, Feasibility, Modes of CO2 Floods, CO2 Requirement, Recommended Pilot Design, Implementation Checklist, CO2 Sources: Key Considerations, Field Applications and Key Operational Aspects, Field Examples.
Day 5    Thermal Methods; Impact of Heat on Oil Productivity, Heat Losses, Reservoir Heat Transmission, Hot Waterflooding, Steamflooding (Important Factors, Field Applications/Screening Criteria, Screening Methods/Calculations), Cyclic Steam Stimulation, Steam-Assisted Gravity Drainage Process, In-Situ Combustion. Example calculations, INPUT-Chemical Methods. Final Exam

gas processing and conditioning
Course Description
This course covers the major technical aspects of gas processing and conditioning that are comprised by the natural gas business chain. This course provides the knowledge and tools to determine the main properties of natural gas and technologies of Gas separation, dehydration, sweetening, measurement and transportation. Emphasis on the plant and equipment design and operation will be addressed using experience and exercises that allows the attendants to participate actively in identification of key variables for an optimum plant/equipment designs and operations. All this will result in increase of the effectiveness of the personnel, reduction of operational costs and optimization of the performance of the gas processing and conditioning.
Audience
Gas Processing Engineers, Surface Facilities Design Engineers, Surface Facilities Operations Engineers, Gas Plant Managers and Supervisors
Course Schedule
Day 1    Gas Properties. Natural gas properties. Physical and chemical properties. Gas quality. Ideal and real gas. Equations of state used in the industry. Multicomponent systems.  Water hydrocarbon behavior. Effect of contaminants (H2S, CO2). Hydrates: The problem, Deposition site, Impact, Hydrate composition and structure, Condition to form hydrate, Hydrate detection, Control and remediation,
Day 2    Gas separation Principle, types, multistage process, condensate stabilization Two Phase Separators: Horizontals, Verticals, Internals, Trouble shooting, Three Phase Separators: Horizontal separators, Vertical separators, Internals, Cyclonic separation
Day 3    Gas Sweetening. Process Classification: Absorption, Adsorption, Direct conversion, Membranes. Design and operating aspects of amine gas sweetening plants. Design parameters and criteria. Amine plant general design criteria and procedure. Operating parameters. Typical operating problems and troubleshooting.
Day 4    Gas Dehydration. Process Classification. Dehydration theory and principles. Dehydration process: Absorption, Adsorption. Expansion Refrigeration. Membranes. Comparison glycols vs. solid desiccants. Key Operating parameters for an optimal operation. Most Common Operational Problems and possible solutions
Day 5    Gas measurements. Gas Transportation System. Natural gas field usage. Natural gas end use. New Developments/Emerging Technology. Commercial Issues. Technological challenge for natural gas

gas conditioning and handling
Course Description
The goal of this training is to provide the attendees the necessary knowledge and tools for production fluid separation and equipment design as well as to understand the best conditions for an efficient operation of gas sweetening, dehydration, compression, and transportation. This course will also allow the attendants to participate in the diagnostic and the identification of key variables for an optimum operation. All this will result in an increase of the effectiveness of the personnel, reduction of operational costs and optimization of the performance of gas conditioning and handling
Audience
Surface Facility Design Engineers, Surface Facility Operations Engineers, Gas Processing Engineers, Field Production Operations
Course Schedule
Day 1    Fluids Separation, Two Phase Separators Horizontals, Verticals, Internals, Design, Troubleshooting and Cyclone Separators Design Exercises
Three Phase Separators Horizontal, Vertical, Internals, Cyclonic Separation, Separation Stages Design Exercises
Day 2    Gas Value Chain Natural. Gas Characteristics. Quality Specifications. Gas Sweetening Process Classification. Absorption. Amine System. Solid Agent, Direct Conversion. Membrane Designs and Operating Aspects of Sweetening Plants. Design Parameters and Criteria. Amine Plant Typical Operating Problems and Troubleshooting
Day 3    Gas Value Chain Natural Gas Characteristics Quality Specifications Gas Sweetening Process Classification Absorption, Amine System, Solid Agent, Direct Conversion, Membranes Design and Operating Aspects Sweetening Plants, Design Parameters and Criteria, Amine Plant Typical Operating Problems and Troubleshooting
Day 4    Liquid Removal and Gas Transportation
Day 5    Mechanical Equipment. Compressor: Classification, Design and working conditions. Pumps: Classification, Design and operation Heat Exchanger: Shell and Tube, Fin Fan, Plate and Frame

production systems (sps) and subsea technologies
Course Description
To understand the design and operation of the subsea facility system. Current and futrure rechnologies will presented, as well as the advantages and disadvantages.
Audience
Subsea, Facilities and Production Engineers
Course Schedule
Day 1    Sub Sea Production Systems (SPS) Concepts and Definitions Typical system architecture Advantages and disadvantages Design Drivers General design requirements SPS Equipments & operation Flow lines Flow assurance, Material selection
Day 2    Sub Sea Production Systems (SPS) Procedures for the operations Maintenance & Repair Limitations, barriers and and challenger
Day 3    Sub Sea technology Sub Sea equipments & Operations Global Energy Balance
Day 4    Flow Assurance Sub Sea well intervention

Day 5    Digital oil field Production monitoring, control and Optimization technology Data acquisition and Data management Instrumentation, Control and monitoring Systems

Day 6    Instrumentation, Control and monitoring Systems. Integrated system Duscussion and real example of the integration system Case history
Course Description
To provide the participant with knowledge, methodologies and tools in the safety, health and environmental area that make the attendants familiar with the processes and procedures for a safe work that reduce risks associated to the occurrence of events or incidents that involve impacts to the personnel, facilities and environmental , under the concept of Company Integral Safety
Audience
Professionals and Technicians or any Personnel related to peration and maintenance of production and plant systems
Course Schedule
Day 1    •    Introduction
•    Basic Safety Concepts
o    accident
o    incident
o    acts and unsafe conditions
o    risk
o    dangerous
o    fire and flammability limits
o    explosions
o    LOPCYMAT
o    emergency plans.
•    Industrial Health
o    basic concepts
o    professional disease
o    ergonomics
o    personal protective equipment.
o    Health Based on the Human Behavior
•    Environmental
o    Basic concepts
o    Environmental Laws
o    Applications
o    Solid and Liquid Handling and Disposal
Day 2    •    Safe work practices
o    concepts
o    standards
o    requirements
o    application
•    Risk Analysis in the Workplace
•    Permits for Hot and Cold Work
Day 3    •    Blocking and de-energizing of equipment (Lines and Containers)
•    Confined Spaces
•    Excavations
•    Equipment Erection
Day 4    •    Work at elevated areas and use of stairs, scaffold and other devices
•    Safety Procedures for the Plant Pre-startup and Startup
•    Others
•    Investigation of Accidents
•    Risks related to H2S and other toxic gases
Day 5    •    Analysis of cases proposed for participants
•    Analysis of oil and gas company cases

surface facility production operations
Course Description
This course describes the process for the gathering system, fluid treatment, transportation, measurements and storage.
Natural gas and oil physics charateristics are exposed as well as and their effect on separation, treatment and measurements.
The participant will learn through exercises how to design and operates the surface facilities production equipments and process.
Audience
•    Surface Facility Operation Engineers, Surface Facility Design, Production Operation Engineers, Production Manager,
Course Schedule
Day 1    •    Asset development/life cycle Properties of fluids Effect of fluid properties on the production system Type of reservoir Phase Envelope Typical composition Hydrocarbon properties: viscosity, solubility, density, gas compressibility, interfacial tension. Effect of separation pressure Exercises Production surface facilities objectives Valves API valves, chock, regulator, flow control. Principles of operation API specifications Safety System Control devices Relief system Design methodology Relief Valve principles Design, Installation and operation Manifold and gathering system. Conventional and non-conventional manifolds Subsea manifolds., Flowlines and gathering system Types: axial, radial, trunklines, well center Pipelines systems: series, parallel, looped, loopless Fluid of Flow Single phase flow: basic concept, pressure Drop for gas or liquid, equations and correlations, Exercises
Day 2    •    Multiphase Flow Concept and Definitions, Two Phase (Gas-Liquid) Flow System, Flow Pattern, Correlations for Horizontal Pipe, Pressure Drop, Troubleshooting, Effect of Flow Pattern on Corrosion Rate, Exercises Pigging Pigs: Classification, Use, Traps, Construction, Smart pigs, Operation and Inspection Separators Two Phase Separators: Horizontals, Verticals, Internals, Design, Trouble shooting, Cyclone separators Fluids Separation Three Phase Separators: Horizontal separators, Vertical separators, Internals, Cyclonic separation, Separation Stages Gas Conditioning Dehydration Process Classification Objectives of the processes of dehydration Dehydration theory and principles Dehydration process Absorption: glycols Adsorption: solid desiccant Comparison glycols vs. solid desiccants Expansion Refrigeration Membranes Key Operating parameters for an optimal operation, Most Common Operational Problems and possible solutions
Day 3    •    Sweetening Process Classification Absorption: Amine system Adsorption: solid agent Direct conversion Membranes Design and operating aspects of amine gas sweetening plants Hydrates Fundamentals Formation and detection Remediation, inhibition, mitigation and prevention Gas measurements Oil Treatment Oil treatment basic concept: dehydration, desalting, water solubility, viscosity, emulsion, Emulsion theory Emulsion stability and mechanism of stabilization Crude oil emulsion stabilizer: Crude oil natural components Stoke’s Law: Settling theory or gravity separation Variables affecting crude oil dehydration Demuslifier Electrostatic Theory Dehydration equipments Vertical treater: types and components Horizontal Treaters: Types and components Electrostatic coalescers Dehydration performance factors Design Procedures
Day 4    •    Crude oil desalting: the problem Oil desalting principles Desalters: equipments and technology Operation and design considerations Water Treatment Properties of produced water Environmental regulations Water chemistry issue: factors affecting stability, pH and Ion Strength Water treatment : equipment and technology Water treatment process: Specific Gravity Differences, Flotation, Enhanced Gravity, Physical trapping, Chemical Treatment
Day 5    •    Corrosion Corrosion considerations: Internal corrosion: CO2, H2S, Oxygen. Material Selection and mitigation, External corrosion: Material Selection and mitigation, Failure Mode, External coating requirement: types, properties, comparison, and selection, Cathodic protection: types, selections. Corrosion Monitoring Fluids Measurements Liquid and gas metering using positive displacement meters, orifices, sonic meters, mass measurement meters, three phase flow measurement and new metering devices Mechanical Equipments Gas Compression, Classification Reciprocating, Centrifugal, Compressor, Pumps, Classification, Centrifugal, Reciprocating, Storage facilities

oil and water treatment, separation, stabilization and gas handling
Course Description
The training is designed to provide the attendee with the necessary knowledge and tools understanding the best condition for an efficient operation and design of crude oil, water and gas treatment and handling system. The attendee will also participate in the discussion of the real cases
Audience
Surface Facility Design Engineers, Surface Facility Operation Engineers, Gas Processing Engineers, Field Production Operations
Prerequisites
Surface production facilities system
Course Schedule
Day 1    Production Facilities Schemes
•    Separation Process
•    Two Phase Separators
o    Horizontals
o    Verticals
o    Internals
o    Design
o    Trouble shooting
o    Cyclone separators
•    Exercise
•    Three Phase Separators
o    Horizontal separators
o    Vertical separators
o    Internals
o    Cyclonic separation
•    Separation Stages
•    Exercise
Day 2    Oil Treatment
•    Oil treatment basic concept
o    dehydration
o    desalting
o    water solubility
o    viscosity
o    emulsion
•    Emulsion theory
•    Emulsion stability and mechanism of stabilization
•    Crude oil emulsion stabilizer
o    Crude oil natural components
•    Stoke’s Law
o    Settling theory or gravity separation
•    Variables affecting crude oil dehydration
•    Demulsifier requirements and selections
•    Electrostatic Theory
•    Group discussion on the chemical used in the industry
•    Exercise
Day 3    Dehydration equipments
•    Vertical treater
o    types and components
•    Horizontal Treaters
o    Types and components
•    Electrostatic coalescers
•    Dehydration performance factors
•    Design Procedures
•    Exercise
•    Crude oil desalting
o    the problem
•    Oil desalting principles
•    Desalters
o    equipments and technology
•    Operation and design considerations
•    Life cycle costing for selection considerations
•    Exercise
Day 4    Water Treatment
•    Properties of produced water
•    Environmental regulations
•    Water chemistry issue
o    factors affecting stability, pH and Ion Strength
•    Water treatment
o    equipment and technology
•    Water treatment process
o    Specific Gravity Differences
o    Flotation
o    Enhanced Gravity
o    Physical trapping
o    Chemical Treatment
•    Suspended oil removal
•    Suspended solids removal
•    Backwash water treatment
•    Material selection issues
•    Exercise
Day 5    Gas Value Chain
•    Natural Gas Characteristics quality specifications
•    Typical components and contaminants
•    Hydrates
•    Fundamentals
•    Formation and detection
•    Remediation, inhibition, mitigation and prevention
•    Reasons for sweetening the gas
•    Gas Sweetening
•    Process Classification
•    Absorption
o    Amine system
•    Adsorption
o    Solid agent
•    Direct conversion
•    Membranes
•    Design and operating aspects of amine gas sweetening plants
•    Gas Dehydration
•    Process Classification
•    Objectives of the processes of dehydration
•    Dehydration theory and principles
•    Dehydration process
o    Absorption: glycols
o    Adsorption: solid desiccant
o    Comparison glycols vs. solid desiccants
o    Expansion Refrigeration
o    Membranes
•    Key Operating parameters for an optimal operation,
•    Most Common Operational Problems and possible solutions
•    Liquid Removal
•    Sulfur Removal
•    Gas Transportation
•    Gas Compression
o    Basic concept
o    Process
o    Classification
o    Reciprocating and Centrifugal Compressor
o    Applications
o    Design and operation problems

surface production operations
Course Description
The object of this course is to present an overview/fundamental understanding of the wide range of oilfield production handling and treatment equipment. Emphasis is on understanding the internal workings inside the piping, valves and vessels.
One goal is to improve communication between the field and office which will lead to higher efficiencies, effectiveness and lower costs while improving production economics. Exercises are worked in teams and/or with the instructor to enhance the learning experience while demonstrating application.

Audience
This class is an introductory level class, and is designed for all support personell in addition to entry level production, operations, and petroleum engineers; production managers and field production supervisors; surface equipment technicians; and technical or supervisory personnel who interact with field facility engineers / operators.
Prerequisites
Basic undestanding of Petroleum Engineering.
Course Schedule
Day 1    Production System/Integrated Vision Flow properties: Impact of pressure, temperature and fluid on key hydrocarbon parameters and fluid behaviour
Day 2    Flow lines, manifolds and gathering systems Material selection, pressure drop considerations, line sizing, corrosion, noise and erosion concerns, full well stream production, two and three phase fluid flow, pigging, slugs, foam and emulsion
Oil/Water Separation and treatment: Two and three phase separation, emulsion breaking, asphaltenes, solids control, removal of residual oil-in-water and water-in-oil to meet pipeline specifications or injection/disposal requirements, hydro cyclones and new water/oil treating equipment
Gas Separation and Treating: Two and three phase separation, free water removal, treatment of emulsions, hydrate prevention and treatment, vapor recovery, gas conditioning for sales, injection or field usage
Day 3    Mechanical Equipment: Pumps, compressors, heaters, sour and acid gas treating, pressured vessels, storage facilities and other surface and subsurface treating/fluid handling equipment
Day 4    Fluid Measurement and instrumentation: Liquid and gas metering using positive displacement meters, orifices, sonic meters, mass measurement meters, three phase flow measurement and new metering devices
Day 5    Valves: API valves, chokes, regulators, and flow control devices. Principle of operation and effect on fluid condition
Safety System: Surface safety control systems, relief valves, pressure rating and API recommended practices
Corrosion: Fundamental principles, detection, prevention and treatment
Latest and Greatest in Treatment Facilities: Up-to-date description of new equipment for handling high pressure/temperature, three-phase flow from sub sea and remote locations.
pipeline design, operations and maintenance
Course Description
The objective of this course is to gain a comprehensive knowledge of elements that are essential for the design, operations and maintenance of pipelines. The design of the gathering network, pressure drops, fluid pattern and the network arrangement are discussed in detail. A gathering network simulator (Pipesim or equivalent) is used to obtain the best operating and design conditions for the system. The course also provides a practical way to learn about the elements considered in the design, code, factors, legislation, material selection, corrosion (internal and external) considerations and management, hydrotesting, pigging (cleaning and smarts), pipeline integrity analysis using inspection survey, monitoring data, fitness for purpose, risk analysis and predictive and preventative maintenance.
Audience
•    Operations and Maintenance Staff, Surface Facility Design and Operation Engineers, Production Managers and Maintenance Managers
Course Schedule
Day 1    •    Flowlines and Gathering Network Well-Center, Trunk-Line Pipelines Configurations (Pipeline in Series, Pipeline in Parallel, Looped Pipeline, Loopless) Basic Concepts of Fluid Flow Single Phase Flow Pressure Drop for Gas or Liquid Single Phase Flow Equations and Correlations Exercises
Day 2    •    Use of software to Simulate Gathering Network Exercises: Company Cases
Day 3    •    Multiphase Flow Concept and Definitions Two Phase (Gas-Liquid) Flow System Flow Pattern Correlations for Horizontal Pipe Pressure Drop Troubleshooting Effect of Flow Pattern on Corrosion Rate Exercises
Day 4    •    Codes, Legislation and Classifications Detailed Design Onshore and Offshore Material Type Characteristics and Selection Pipeline Hydrotesting Procedure, Safety Margin, Standards and Factors Affecting the Hydrotesting Pigs Classification, Use, Traps, Construction, Smart Pigs, Operation and Inspection, Operation Condition and Monitoring, Corrosion Considerations Internal Corrosion CO2, H2S, Oxygen Material Selection and Mitigation External Corrosion Material Selection and Mitigation Failure Mode External Coating Requirements Types, Properties, Comparison and Selection Cathodic Protection (Types & Selection Criteria) Coating Monitoring and Inspection Visual Inspection, DCVG, Close Internal Survey
Day 5    •    Pipeline Integrity Analysis Management Engineering and Design Audit and Baseline Assessment Risk and Reliability Inspection and Maintenance Operations Control and Monitoring Repair and Rehabilitation Risk-Based Inspection Using API 580 Fitness for Service Methodology Pipeline Maintenance Preventive and Predictive Maintenance Pipeline Rehabilitation and Remediation Condition Based Maintenance Failure History Based Maintenance Forecasting the Failure

project management for the oil and gas industry (spanish only)
Course Description
The use of projects and project management in the oil and gas industry is becoming more and more important for all kinds of organizations. Businesses regularly use project management to accomplish unique outcomes under the constraints of resources, and effective implementation of project management techniques is one of essential means of achieving an organization’s strategy.
This course addresses the basic nature of managing general projects in the oil and gas industry and does not limit its focus to one type of project such as construction or R&D projects.
Included in the course is a comprehensive discussion of the knowledge and skills required for effective project management as prescibed by the two preeminent organizations dedicated to the advancing the science of project management and the professional development of project managers: APM (Association for Project Management) and PMI (Project Management Institute). The course combines instructor-led lectures and practical class exercises, many of which are specific to the oil and gas industry. Class discussion sessions are also facilitated by the instructor. The purpose of these sessions are to allow a forum where participants can share their experiences related to their involment on projects.
The course is specifically designed to force participants to use knowledge and skills learned during the course by applying those skills in team-based case study class exercises.
The course uses the project life cycle as the organizational guideline, and contents will cover the whole process of project management, including project initiation, project planning, project implementation and project termination.
Participants will study the characteristics of project and project management, look at how to define a project, how to organize a project, how to plan a project, how to implement, trace and control a project, and how to terminate and post-evaluate a project.
The course topics include:
•    basic concepts of project and project management
•    project selection
•    project definition
•    project organization structure
•    team building
•    communication and conflict management
•    project planning methods and techniques
•    resource allocation
•    project monitoring and control
•    project termination
The course includes applications of PMI’s Project Management Body of Knowledge text (PMBOK® Guide – Third Edition) and also include a case practice application for the oil and gas industry.
Audience
Technical supervisors and managers, project and general managers, and those individuals, either current or future, with significant roles in major projects, or those that have a stake in the development of major oil and gas developments, for example government officials.
Prerequisites
Basic Understanding of the oil and gas industry. Prior experience working on a project is helpful, but not a requirement.
Course Schedule
Day 1    Project Management Framework
•    Introduction to project management
•    The project management context
•    Project phases and the project life cycle
•    Stakeholders
•    Project management processes
Integration Management
•    Project plan development
•    Project plan execution
•    Integration change control
Scope Management
•    Initiation
•    Scope planning
•    Scope definition
•    Scope verification
•    Scope change control
Day 2    Time Management
•    Activity definition
•    Activity duration estimating
•    Activity sequencing
•    Schedule development
•    Schedule control
Day 3    Cost Management
•    Resource planning
•    Cost estimating
•    Cost budgeting
•    Cost control
Quality Management
•    Quality planning
•    Quality assurance
•    Quality control
•    ISO 9000/9001 standards
•    Appropriate quality procedures and documentation
Human Resource Management
•    Organizational planning
•    Staff acquisition
•    Team development
Day 4    Communications Management
•    Communications planning
•    Information distribution
•    Performance reporting
Risk Management
•    Risk management planning
•    Risk identification
•    Risk analysis-qualitative and quantitative
•    Risk response planning, monitoring and control
•    Appropriate risk-management document
Day 5    Procurement Management
•    Procurement planning
•    Solicitation planning
•    Solicitation
•    Source selection
•    Contract administration and closeout

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Catatan: Jadwal tersebut dapat disesuaikan dengan kebutuhan calon peserta

Biaya dan Lokasi Pelatihan Pusat Training Indonesia :

  • Yogyakarta, Hotel Dafam Malioboro (6.000.000 IDR / participant)
  • Jakarta, Hotel Amaris Tendean (6.500.000 IDR / participant)
  • Bandung, Hotel Golden Flower (6.500.000 IDR / participant)
  • Bali, Hotel Ibis Kuta (7.500.000 IDR / participant)
  • Lombok, Hotel Jayakarta (7.500.000 IDR / participant)

Investasi Pelatihan tahun 2019 ini :
Investasi pelatihan selama tiga hari tersebut menyesuaikan dengan jumlah peserta (on call).

*Please feel free to contact us.

Catatan: Apabila perusahaan membutuhkan paket in house training, anggaran investasi pelatihan dapat menyesuaikan dengan anggaran perusahaan.

Fasilitas Pelatihan di Pusat Training Indonesia :

FREE Airport pickup service (Gratis Antar jemput Hotel/Bandara)
FREE Akomodasi Peserta ke tempat pelatihan .
Module / Handout
FREE Flashdisk
Sertifikat
FREE Bag or bagpackers (Tas Training)
Training Kit (Dokumentasi photo, Blocknote, ATK, etc)
2xCoffe Break & 1 Lunch, Dinner
FREE Souvenir Exclusive