|Production Operations 1 - PO1|
|Production Technology for Other Disciplines - PTO|
|Nodal Analysis Workshop - NAW-3 - Virtual, Blended Delivery|
|Production Technology for Other Disciplines - PTO - Virtual, Blended Delivery|
Discipline: Production and Completions Engineering
Duration: 53 days
Instructor(s): Paul Barry, Manickavasakan Nadar
This workshop will be delivered virtually through PetroAcademy. Each PetroAcademy offering integrates multiple learning activities, such as reading assignments, self-paced e-Learning, virtual instructor-led sessions, discussion forums, group exercises, case studies, quizzes, field trips, and experiential activities.
See detailed schedule and PetroAcademy details.
Activities include 12 hours of instructor-led, virtual training sessions, plus approximately 59 hours of self-paced work.
See demo of online learning and instructor-led modules.
This is an asset team blended course that introduces a broad array of important daily production technology practices. Terminologies, expressions, axioms, and basic calculations regularly utilized by Production Techs are covered throughout the course. Emphasis is upon proven technology required to effectively develop and operate an asset in a multi-discipline development environment. Practical application of technology is emphasized. Both theory and actual field examples and well completion programs are studied along with class problems, exercises, and videos. Nodal analysis examples to assess well performance are set up. Well completions equipment and tools are viewed and discussed. Participants work several exercises including basic artificial lift designs, acidizing programs, gravel pack designs, and fracturing programs. Shale gas and oil development challenges are thoroughly explained. Horizontal and multilateral technology is presented. Case studies illustrate the multi-discipline interaction required in applying various production technologies to optimize project development and operations.
Exploration and production technical professionals, asset team members, team leaders, line managers, IT department staff who work with data and support production applications, data technicians, executive management, and all support staff who require a more extensive knowledge of production tehnology and engineering.
You Will Learn:
THE ROLE OF PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY
DRILLING OPERATIONS and WELL COMPLETIONS
WELL PERFORMANCE and NODAL ANALYSIS FUNDAMENTALS
ROD, PCP, JET PUMP and PLUNGER LIFT
RECIPROCATING ROD PUMP FUNDAMENTALS
GAS LIFT and ESP PUMP
GAS LIFT FUNDAMENTALS
ELECTRICAL SUBMERSIBLE PUMPS FUNDAMENTALS
FORMATION DAMAGE and MATRIX STIMULATION
PRODUCTION PROBLEMS DIAGNOSIS
PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY APPLICATIONS
MR. PAUL BARRY is a petroleum engineering consultant specializing in production technology, production operations, and project evaluations. Mr. Barry has over 42 years of international and domestic USA upstream oil and gas production and reservoir engineering and management experience in conventional and unconventional reservoir development. Assignments include working and residing in South America, SE Asia, the Middle East, the North Sea region, and the USA. He has been a PetroSkills instructor since 2002; during this period, he was based in Perth, Australia from 2007-2009 and in Dubai, UAE, from 2003-2006, developing PetroSkills regional business in both locations. Earlier industry experience was as field production engineer and field production engineering manager of an onshore oilfield re-development project for PDVSA and partners in Venezuela which required a combination of new development well and well re-completion designs for gas lift, submersible pump, and rod pump artificial lift technology, and frac pack and gravel pack sand control well completions. Previous Indonesia experience was in the design and completion of dual string, multiple selective, underbalanced, tubing conveyed perforated high pressure gas wells, exploration well testing and evaluation for Pertamina and Atlantic Richfield, Huffco, Virginia Indonesia, and joint venture contract partners for both oil operations and Bontang LNG gas supply operations. As district reservoir engineer for Pertamina and Arco partners in Indonesia, Mr. Barry was responsible for the plan of development and reserves determination and certification for a 1.3 TCF offshore gas field. He has also worked as field engineer in Saudi Arabia, responsible for a 1.2 MMBWD reservoir pressure support injection well system, injection water quality assurance, producing well gravel pack completions, internal and external well and flowline corrosion control systems, and, as Mobil Oil facilities engineer in the Arabian American Oil Company (Aramco) Gas Projects department. He has represented company technical and commercial interests in both UK and Norwegian North Sea sectors oil and gas producing fields. Mr. Barry has served as an officer in the Jakarta and Dubai SPE sections. He holds a BSCE from the University of Notre Dame and an MSCE from Marquette University, and is a registered Professional Engineer in Colorado, USA.
MR. MANICKAVASAKAN (MANICKAM) S. NADAR is a consultant Principal Petroleum engineer with 27 years of experience in the upstream oil and gas industry and 6 years in petrochemical process operations. With a strong background in Production Technology, Well Operations, Well Completions & Workovers, Artificial Lift, Asset Modeling and Optimization, he has specialized in artificial lift technologies, well and system designs, analysis, trouble-shooting, reliability improvement and production enhancement. He has made significant contribution in the artificial lift selection, design, operation, surveillance and optimization of large volume gas lifted and ESP wells for many operators. Mr. Nadar has worked for major international operating companies and handled various responsibilities in production engineering operations and artificial lift systems, onshore and offshore. In the service sector, he has delivered many challenging well and network modeling and optimization projects that helped clients achieve substantial increase in production, operation efficiency and cost savings. Recently he has helped companies to implement real-time surveillance and optimization systems that allows operators use collaborative work environments for achieving their KPIs. A university topper and gold medalist, Mr. Nadar holds a BSc degree in Chemistry from Madurai University, India and a degree in Chemical Engineering from Institution of Engineers (India). With several SPE papers and text book publications to his credit, he has conducted many workshops, training seminars and short courses for SPE and other organizations.
In-House Course Presentations
All courses are available for in-house presentation to individual organizations. In-house courses may be structured the same as the public versions or tailored to meet your requirements. Special courses on virtually any petroleum-related subject can be arranged specifically for in-house presentation. For further information, contact our In-House Training Coordinator at one of the numbers listed below.
Telephone 1- 832 426 1234
Facsimile 1- 832 426 1244
Public Course Presentations
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