Completions and Workovers - CAW - Virtual
DURATION: 9 hours instructor-led (virtual), plus approximately 50 hours self-paced work
MR. MASON GOMEZ is the PetroSkills Technical Director for the Production and Completions discipline and the Reservoir Engineering discipline. He is a Licensed Petroleum Engineer (LA#26131) with 26 years diversified experience including: production/reservoir engineering, offshore field development/mature field optimization, shale play drilling/ completions, Operator/Service Company employment, Engineering, Sales, Operations Management, Human Resource Development, and Project Management roles. He received a BS degree in Petroleum Engineering from Stanford University.
MR. KYLE TRAVIS is a Petroleum Engineer with 38 years of diversified experience in the oil and gas industry. He is very experienced in all phases of petroleum engineering including drilling, log analysis, completion, production, reservoir and economics. He has a BS degree in Petroleum Engineering from the University of Oklahoma.
Mr. Travis has a proven track record of effectively building oil and gas companies from infancy to significance. In addition to many years of “hands on” experience with both major oil and small independent companies, his background also includes managing oil and gas companies from the initial formulation of a business plan and establishment of corporate goals through the execution of such. He has built and supervised a staff of experienced oil and gas professionals, evaluated drilling prospects, acquired producing properties, managed the operations of drilling and the production of oil and gas properties.
|5 February - 30 March, 2018||View Schedule $4,200||ENROLL NOW|
|14 May - 13 July, 2018||View Schedule $4,200||ENROLL NOW|
|9 July - 31 August, 2018||View Schedule $4,200||ENROLL NOW|
|10 September - 9 November, 2018||View Schedule $4,200||ENROLL NOW|
ABOUT THE COURSE
The Completions and Workovers Blended Program represents one of the most popular foundation series courses within PetroSkills’ production engineering curriculum. Participants will become familiar with many aspects of modern completion design as well as a variety of workover technologies. This course is intended to be broad based, and includes both conventional and unconventional wells. The focus of this program is on design and selection.
Graduates or engineers with experience, engaged in drilling operations, production operations, workover, and completions; petroleum engineers in both the service and operating sectors