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T141 - Introduction to Oil and Gas For Non Technical Professionals



COURSE TITLE: Introduction to Oil and Gas for Non-Technical Professionals


Why attend this training course?


Exploration and Production activities globally will continue to grow. Because of this fact, it is important for support professionals to grasp the language and knowledge of the oil and gas industry. This training course has been specially designed to provide a comprehensive understanding of technical jargons used, visual appreciation of different types of exploration equipment that gives a big picture of the oil and gas industry. The training course will serve as an excellent foundation for understanding the business of petroleum exploration from acreage selection to final discovery of an oil or gas field.



By attending this training course, you will gain the following:



  • Understand principles and practices of Petroleum Exploration and Production

  • Understand the technical terminology, tools and methods used in the exploration and production phase

  • Understand key concepts, applications and terminology associated with the acquisition, processing and interpretation of exploration, production and seismic data

  • Learn technical processes involved in exploration and production

  • Gain a comprehensive overview of drilling activities – from pre-drilling preparation, through to well drilling, well evaluation and post drilling activities

  • Get familiarized with common production methods and the different stages of its process


Who should attend:


  • All Professionals and Employees


Course Venues:


  • Atlanta

  • Las Vegas

  • Houston

  • Dybai


Course Outline



DAY 1



  • Hydrocarbons and their uses

  • Sectors of the Oil and Gas Industry

  • Historical Background

  • Major Oil and Gas Producers

  • Reserves and Production


DAY 2



  • Organic Source

  • Sediments and Sedimentary Rock

  • Geologic Time and Plate Tectonics

  • Oil and Gas Formation, Migration and Traps

  • Exploration Methods and Tools

  • Seismic

  • Maps and Modeling

  • Economic Factors


DAY 3


  • Minerals Ownership

  • Leasing

  • Joint Ownership

  • Land Functions

  • Leasing of Federal Mineral Rights

  • International Mineral Rights


DAY 4


  • Well Purpose and Design

  • Site Preparation

  • Rig mobilization and Rig-up

  • Drilling and Completion

  • Offshore Drilling


DAY 5


  • Well Evaluation

  • Project Economics

  • Well Completion

  • Reservoir Behavior

  • Artificial Lift

  • Surface Processing

  • Gas Processing

  • Engineers

  • Depletion Stages

  • Unconventional Production

  • Offshore Operations

  • Reserves



T150 - Basic Principles of Reservoirs Maintenance



COURSE TITLE: BASIC PRINCIPLES OF RESERVOIR MAINTENANCE



WHO SHOULD ATTEND


Operator personnel who are actively engaged in well surveillance; new production engineers and technicians; production and maintenance supervisors


BENEFITS OF THE COURSE


The goal of this course is to improve work skills and encourage a better overall attitude. This course is designed to equip participants with the practical knowledge to attack well problems immediately upon returning to the job. Some of the benefits of this course are a more responsible, effective, and knowledgeable work force, decrease down time; improve job safety, and reduced overall operational costs.



DURATION: 5 DAYS


COURSE CONTENTS




T171 - Fundamentals of Reservoir Engineering



COURSE TITLE: FUNDAMENTALS OF RESERVOIR ENGINEERING


COURSE DESCPTION


This course is designed to equip the participants with the practical knowledge to deal with reservoir engineering. The participant should obtain a basic knowledge of rock properties and fluid flow in porous medium containing single or multiple fluid saturation. This knowledge should aid the individual in analyzing and predicting well and reservoir performance.


WHO SHOULD ATTEND


New engineers, geologists and geophysicists, drilling and completion engineers, senior operators and senior technicians, production supervisors


BENEFITS OF THE COURSE


At the end of this course, the participants will be able to do the following:


  • Do simple calculations to determine reservoir properties
  • Understand the factors that govern the flow and performance of hydrocarbon reservoirs
  • Understand sources of reservoir energy and type of reservoir drive mechanisms
  • Analyze and predict well and reservoir performance

DURATION: 5 DAYS


COURSE CONTENTS




T230 - Security Issues in the Petroleum Industry



COURSE TITLE: SECURITY ISSUES IN THE PETROLEUM INDUSTRY

COURSE DESCPTION


This course provides a comprehensive training on Security in the petroleum industry. This course has received a worldwide attention in recent years. This course focuses on the essentials security in the petroleum industry covering operations, petroleum economy, safety issues, and environmental issues and in particular security issues due to the global threat to the oil and gas industry. It will also help participants who want professional updating; and/or need cross training and arms personnel with the terminology associated with E&P operations.


A manual is prepared for this course. The manual contains the objectives and step-by-step explanation of the various topics for easy reading for the participants.


WHO SHOULD ATTEND


Security Personnel in the Oil Industry, Government Security Officials: Police, Army, Air Force, Navy, National Security Organization (NSO), and Personnel in Related Fields such as Accountants, Legal, and Other Administrative Professionals


METHOD OF PRESENTATION


Daily sessions will include lectures, videos, and classroom discussions. Participants are urged to take part in classroom discussions.


HOW CAN THE PARTICIPANTS GET THE FULL VALUE OUT OF THIS COURSE?


Participants can maximize their learning experience by letting the instructor guide them through the course. However, questions or discussions are welcome and strongly encourage at any time during the lecture sessions.


BENEFITS OF THE COURSE


This course is designed to equip participants with knowledge about the security issues facing the petroleum industry. Some of the benefits of this course are a more responsible, effective, and knowledgeable personnel, decrease down time, and improve job safety and security. At the end of this course, the participants will be able to do the following:


  • Understand the fundamentals and essentials of security in the petroleum industry
  • Understand tools, practices, and terminology associated with the petroleum industry
  • Know how oil/gas is located, drilled for and produced from a well
  • Learn about surface equipment used to gather, process and store produced oil.
  • Understand simple petroleum economics
  • Understand government relations in the petroleum industry
  • Understand the safety and environmental issues

DURATION: 5 DAYS


COURSE CONTENTS



Glossary of Petroleum Industry Terminology


Deliverables Training Manuals and Certificates of Course Completion



T230 - Security Issues in the Petroleum Industry



COURSE TITLE: SECURITY ISSUES IN THE PETROLEUM INDUSTRY

COURSE DESCPTION


This course provides a comprehensive training on Security in the petroleum industry. This course has received a worldwide attention in recent years. This course focuses on the essentials security in the petroleum industry covering operations, petroleum economy, safety issues, and environmental issues and in particular security issues due to the global threat to the oil and gas industry. It will also help participants who want professional updating; and/or need cross training and arms personnel with the terminology associated with E&P operations.


A manual is prepared for this course. The manual contains the objectives and step-by-step explanation of the various topics for easy reading for the participants.


WHO SHOULD ATTEND


Security Personnel in the Oil Industry, Government Security Officials: Police, Army, Air Force, Navy, National Security Organization (NSO), and Personnel in Related Fields such as Accountants, Legal, and Other Administrative Professionals


METHOD OF PRESENTATION


Daily sessions will include lectures, videos, and classroom discussions. Participants are urged to take part in classroom discussions.


HOW CAN THE PARTICIPANTS GET THE FULL VALUE OUT OF THIS COURSE?


Participants can maximize their learning experience by letting the instructor guide them through the course. However, questions or discussions are welcome and strongly encourage at any time during the lecture sessions.


BENEFITS OF THE COURSE


This course is designed to equip participants with knowledge about the security issues facing the petroleum industry. Some of the benefits of this course are a more responsible, effective, and knowledgeable personnel, decrease down time, and improve job safety and security. At the end of this course, the participants will be able to do the following:


  • Understand the fundamentals and essentials of security in the petroleum industry
  • Understand tools, practices, and terminology associated with the petroleum industry
  • Know how oil/gas is located, drilled for and produced from a well
  • Learn about surface equipment used to gather, process and store produced oil.
  • Understand simple petroleum economics
  • Understand government relations in the petroleum industry
  • Understand the safety and environmental issues

DURATION: 5 DAYS


COURSE CONTENTS



Glossary of Petroleum Industry Terminology


Deliverables Training Manuals and Certificates of Course Completion



T356 - Pipeline Management, Engineering and Maintenance





T401 - Horizontal Wells Completion





T365 - Re-Entry and Multilaterals Technology





T426 - Horizontal Well Completeion





T455 - Slim Hole Drilling and Completion Technology





T452 - Subsurface Production Engineering





T395 - Well Completion and Simulation







T256 - Well Control and Servicing





T322 - Drilling Fluid Technology





T354 - Drilling Exploration Risk Analysis





T183 - Drilling Engineering and Practices





T135 - Fundamentals of Petroleum For Non Engineers and Geologists





T366 - Drilling Engineering and Effective Well Planning





T288 - Drilling and Workover operation



COURSE TITLE: DRILLING AND WORKOVER OPERATION

COURSE OBJECTIVES


Understand the theory and principles of well drilling and well workover operations.


COURSE DESCPTION


This course is designed to equip the participants with Fundamentals of Drilling Engineering and Well Workover.


LEARNING OBJECTIVES:


  • Understanding the terminology and practices associated with the drilling engineering and well workover
  • Understanding well cost analysis, economics, risks, and problems associated with the drilling engineering and workover operations
  • Understand health and safety issues in drilling and workover operations

DURATION: 5 DAYS


COURSE CONTENTS


  • - Fundamentals Concepts Used in Drilling Engineering
  • - Drilling Rigs – Types and Rig Components/Systems
  • - Rig Safety

  • - Composition and properties of drilling fluids
  • - Types of drilling fluids
  • - Drilling fluid program design
  • - Treatment of water-base fluids
  • - Solids control and impact of solids control
  • - Oil-based fluids

  • - Bit types and Selection of bits
  • - Rock cutting mechanisms
  • - Factors affecting penetration rate
  • - Terminating a bit run
  • - Bit Cost Analysis and Drilling Cost Analysis

  • - General well fluid systems/conditions
  • - Non-static well conditions
  • - Mass and energy balance and pressure drops across bit nozzles
  • - Drilling fluid rheological models
  • - Newtonian & non-Newtonian fluid flow calculations (laminar and turbulent flow in pipes and annuli)
  • - Applications of hydraulic calculations

  • - Casing Types
  • - Cementing materials and additives
  • - Cement slurry design and slurry properties
  • - Cementing operations and cement evaluations
  • - Factors necessary for successful primary cementing
  • - Remedial cementing
  • - Cementing calculations

  • - Fundamentals: formation pore pressure and abnormal pore pressures; overburden stress, fracture gradient; formation integrity test, leak-off test & limit test
  • - Detection of abnormal pore pressure
  • - Kicks, Kick Identification and Well Control

  • - Definition and basic hole patterns
  • - Well trajectory planning
  • - Well trajectory calculation
  • - Directional drilling measurements including geosteering

  • - Well Completion and Well Completion Configuration - A Pre-requisite to Well Workovers
  • - Well Monitoring and Trouble Shooting – A Pre-requisite to Well Workovers
  • - Well Workovers Using Coiled Tubing – Heavy Operations on Live Wells
  • - Well Workovers By Workover Rigs – Heavy Operations on Killed Wells
  • - Fishing Operations



T264 - Coiled Tubing Drilling Technology





T561 - Advanced Surface Production Operations Engineering





T561 - Advanced Surface Production Operations Engineering





T511 - Advanced Coiled Tubing Drilling And Technology





T590 - Advanced Oil and Gas Measurement





T501 - Gas Reservoir Engineering





T523 - Gas Processing and Gas Conditioning





T550 - Terminal Operations and Crude Oil Exports





T592 - Torque, Drag and Hydraulics





T598 - Well Integrity Management Course





T602 - Field Development Plan


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T605 - Drill String Design and Optimization





T607 - ASSET RELIABILITY & INTEGRITY MANAGEMENT (ARIM)





T610 - Geomechanics Training





T613 - Performance Analysis Prediction and Optimization Using Nodal Analysis





T615 - Knowledge of Oil and Gas Processing, Equipment Selection and Sizing