Petroleum Well Engineering Courses

  1. Petroleum Engineering for Non-Engineers
  2. Well Engineering
  3. Basic Petroleum Engineering Practices
  4. Basic Drilling, Completion and Workover Operations
  5. Basic Petroleum Technology
  6. Well Planning and Operations, Asset Team Cross-Training
  7. Drilling for Non-Engineers

 

  • Petroleum Engineering for Non-Engineers

Who Should Attend: This training course is designed for non-engineering and technical professionals, personnel, managers, support staff, chemists, physicists, accounts, legal, sales, data processing personnel and those who are new or need to have a good understanding of operation of the oil and gas industry.

  1. Learning Expectations: This Petroleum Engineering for Non-Engineers training program develops the practical
  2. understanding and knowledge of participants on the key aspects of petroleum engineering technology and their
  3. applications in the oil and gas industry. The course focuses on practical day to day issues encountered in the
  4. petroleum industry and combines classroom exercises with basic engineering problems. A broad range of
  5. relevant topics are covered which include fundamentals of petroleum oil and gas reservoir engineering, well
  6. completions and workover engineering, petroleum geology, drilling fundamentals, casing and cementing,
  7. production operations and optimization, primary and enhanced petroleum oil recovery mechanisms, as well as
  8. safety and environment.

Duration: One Week

  • Well Engineering

Who Should Attend: This training course is designed for drilling engineers, senior foreman, senior drilling and

service company personnel involved in developing and executing well plans and operation in the oil and gas industry.

  1. Learning Expectations: This Well Engineering training program uses a balanced combination of lecture, discussion
  2. and case studies where participants learn how to apply technical limit principals to guide well planning, develop a
  3. risk-weighted well cost estimate, create well plans that explicitly identify and manage risks, audit and select rigs,
  4. create contingency plans (oil spill contingency plans, safety cases, and joint operations manuals) using that well’s
  5. specific objectives, plans and previous filings, and conduct post analysis that documents the root of unscheduled
  6. events and lessons learned.

Duration: One Week

  •   Basic Petroleum Engineering Practices

  1. Who Should Attend: This training course is designed for engineers, managers and assistants, technicians,
  2. geologists, geophysicists, chemists, physicists, managers, supervisors, technical assistants, sales representatives,and data processing personnel who are interested in Petroleum Engineering practices in the oil and gas industry.
  3. Learning Expectations:The Basic Petroleum Engineering Practices training program develops the participants
  4. understanding of the fundamentals of petroleum technology, and its relation to other technologies, as well as the
  5. confidence in its practical application, in the oil and gas industry. Topics covered include reservoir fluid and rock
  6. properties, exploration technology, drilling engineering, well completion, well testing and formation damage,
  7. production operations, recovery methods and surface processing.

Duration: One Week

  •   Basic Drilling, Completion and Workover Operations

  1. Who Should Attend: TThis training course is designed for technical, field, service, support and supervisory
  2. personnel. It is excellent for cross-training of other technical disciplines such as reservoir and surface facility engineers plus geoscientists, as well as those who interacts with drilling, completion or workover design
  3. engineers.
  4. Learning Expectations:This Basic Drilling, Completion, and Workover Operations training course gives a
  5. technical overview of the science and art of drilling operations, completion practices and post-completion
  6. wellbore enhancement or remedial workover techniques (well intervention). Its purpose is to develop an
  7. understanding of the WHAT, WHY, and HOW of each of these areas of engineering practice. The participants
  8. learn to visualize what is happening “downhole”, discover what can be accomplished and gain an appreciation for
  9. wellbore risks and the possibility of damage to the formation.

Duration: One Week

  • Basic Petroleum Technology

  1. Who Should Attend:This training course is designed for non-technical, secretarial, administrative, management,
  2. field support, accounting, purchasing, economics, legal, finance, human resources, drafting, land and data processing personnel, as well as investors and royalty owners in the petroleum oil and gas industry.
  3. Learning Expectations: This Basic Petroleum Technology is a five-day training course designed to provide
  4. participants with a practical understanding of the petroleum industry. The course includes basics of industry
  5. terminology, basic technology, geology, processing of the petroleum product, and offshore operations are also
  6. considered.

Duration: One Week

  • Well Planning and Operations, Asset Team Cross –Training

  1. Who Should Attend:This training course is designed for managers, geologists, geophysicists, engineers (drilling, completion, production and reservoir), technicians, and others involved with modern exploration technology applications in the petroleum oil and gas industry.
  2. Learning Expectations: This Asset Team Cross training program develops participants appreciation of the crucial multidiscipline aspect of optimized horizontal and more complex development well applications. It provides a practical-based “big picture” of all the disciplines, issues, and team functions inherent in basic screening, design and implementation; and then addresses the advanced technical options of well construction, intervention and production including multi-branch, MPD (managed pressure drilling), CBM, EOR and advanced stimulation/intervention options

Duration: One Week

  •    Drilling Operations for Non-Engineers

Who Should Attend: This training course is designed for technical, field, service, support and supervisory personnel. It is excellent for cross-training of other disciplines as well as those who interacts with drilling, completion or work over design engineers.

Learning Expectations: This training course is designed for technical, field, service, support and supervisory

personnel. It is excellent for cross-training of other disciplines as well as those who interacts with drilling,

completion or work over design engineers.

Duration: One Week