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Training Course Catalogs

2018-19 Course Catalogs: Upstream & Facilities

2018-19 Upstream Training & Development Guide 

All PetroSkills Training and Development, including Introductory, Multi-discipline, Geology, Geophysics, Petrophysics, Well Construction, Drilling, Completions, Petrophysics, Reservoir Engineering, Production Engineering, Petroleum Business, Project Management, Petroleum Professional Development, Petroleum Data Management, Unconventional Resource, Heavy Oil, and Health, Safety, Environment programs, and more.

 

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2018-19 Facilities & Midstream Training & Development Guide 

Technical training courses for upstream and midstream oil and gas. Topics Include: Gas Processing, Process Facilities, Mechanical, Instrumentation, Controls & Electrical, Process Safety Engineering, Offshore, Pipeline, Gas Gathering Systems, Relief & Flare, Utility Systems, Procurement/Supply Chain, Operations & Maintenance, Refining & more.

 

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Training Schedules

Full 2018-19 Schedules in Excel and PDF Formats

2018-19 Public Training Schedule (Excel)

 

Schedules are sorted by discipline, level, course, then date. Click for Excel format.

2018-19 Public Training Schedule (PDF)

Schedules are sorted by discipline, level, course, then date. Click for PDF format.

Content & White Papers

PetroSkills content for download.

Best of PetroSkills / John M. Campbell Tip of the Month (2018)

This ebook is a collection of our top 10 most popular Facilities Tip of the Month articles for the past five years. We are excited to share our expertise and enthusiasm for the industry, and remain committed to creating useful content for oil and gas professionals of all skill levels.

Webinar: Unconventional Surface Facilities Design Tips

Three-part webinar series providing solutions that reduce downtime, increase revenue and safeguard your people and assets.

Two-Part Series: Has Boutique LNG Gone Mainstream?

 

WRITTEN BY: JOHN SHEFFIELD AND KINDRA SNOW-MCGREGOR

 

Part 1: Part 1 of this series considers the development of the LNG business focusing on the development of virtual pipelines in Australia, China, and Argentina, where LNG is being used to transfer gas from stranded fields to remote power generation stations. The development of the use of LNG as a fuel for marine transportation is also examined focusing on the extensive developments in Europe. 

 

Part 2: Part 2 shifts the focus to North America and examines the development of LNG as a transportation fuel in road, rail, sea transport and as an alternative for flare gas reduction/utilization from remote shale plays.