Production Operations 1 - PO1 Virtual

 

 

 
Discipline: Production and Completions Engineering
 

Level: Foundation

Duration: 22 hours instructor-led (virtual), plus approximately 87 hours self-paced work

Mr. Paul M. Barry
Mr. Alexandre Chwetzoff
Mr. Manickavasakan Nadar
Mr. P. Kyle Travis
 
 
TUITION: $6,750 USD
 
 

This workshop will be delivered virtually through PetroAcademy™ providing participants with the knowledge they need at their convenience.

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ABOUT THIS COURSE

The Production Operations Blended Program represents the core foundation series of PetroSkills’ production engineering curriculum. Participants will become familiar with both proven historical production practices as well as current technological advances to enhance oil and gas production. Applied skills guide the participant within a framework to make careful, prudent, technical oil and gas business decisions.

 
DESIGNED FOR
 

Engineers starting a work assignment in production engineering and operations, Production operations staff, Reservoir engineers, Facilities staff, Drilling and completions engineers, Geoscientists, Field supervisors, managers, and technicians, Service company engineers and managers

 
YOU WILL LEARN HOW TO
 
Understand the importance of the geological model
 
Recognize geological models to identify conventional and unconventional (shale oil and gas and heavy oil) hydrocarbon accumulations
 
Understand key principles and parameters of well inflow and outflow
 
Build accurate nodal analysis models for tubing size selection and problem well review
 
Design and select well completion tubing, packer, and other downhole equipment tools
 
Plan advanced well completion types such as multilateral, extended length, and intelligent wells
 
Design both conventional and unconventional multi stage fractured horizontal wells
 
Apply successful primary casing cementing and remedial repair techniques
 
Select equipment and apply practices for perforating operations
 
Plan well intervention jobs using wireline, snubbing, and coiled tubing methods
 
Manage corrosion, erosion, soluble and insoluble scales, and produced water handling challenges
 
Apply well completion and workover fluid specifications for solids control and filtration
 
Employ the five main types of artificial lift systems
 
Identify formation damage and apply remedial procedures
 
Design and execute successful carbonate and sandstone reservoir acidizing programs
 
Understand the causes of sand production and how to select sand control options
 
Understand the proper use of oilfield surfactants and related production chemistry
 
Identify and successfully manage organic paraffin and asphaltene deposits
 
Choose cased hole production logging tools and interpret logging results
 
Understand modern conventional fracture stimulation practices
 
Understand multistage, horizontal well shale gas and shale oil massive frac job design and operations
 
Review heavy oil development and extraction including mining operations and current modern thermal processes
   
UPCOMING SESSIONS
 
10 April - 14 July 2017 View Schedule   ENROLL NOW  
7 August - 3 November 2017 View Schedule   ENROLL NOW  
 
Virtual instructor-led sessions available in one of two start times. View schedules above for time options.

 
BLENDED LEARNING WORKSHOP STRUCTURE
 

This program is comprised of the following activities:

 
= Virtual Instructor-led Training 
 
 
 Online
= Online Learning Activity/Reading 
 
 
Week Activity Hours (Approx) Subject
Week 1
1.0  Orientation Webcast
  Online 4.0 Production Principles
Week 2 1.5 Well Performance and Nodal Analysis Fundamentals - Session 1
  Online 4.0 Well Performance and Nodal Analysis Fundamentals - online learning
  1.5 Well Performance and Nodal Analysis Fundamentals - Session 2
Week 3 Online 4.0 Onshore Well Completion - Conventional
  Online 4.0 Onshore Well Completion - Unconventional
Week 4 Online 4.0 Primary and Remedial Cementing
  Online 4.0 Perforation
Week 5 Online 4.0 Rod, PCP, Plunger Lift, and Jet Pump
Week 6 1.5 Reciprocating Rod Pump Fundamentals - Session 1
  Online 5.0 Reciprocating Rod Pump Fundamentals - Online learning
  1.5 Reciprocating Rod Pump Fundamentals - Session 2
Week 7 Online 4.0 Gas Lift and ESP Pump
Week 8 1.5 Gas Lift Fundamentals - Session 1
  Online 5.0 Gas Lift Fundamentals - Online learning
  1.5 Gas Lift Fundamentals - Session 2
Week 9
1.5 ESP Fundamentals - Session 1
  Online 5.0 ESP Fundamentals - Online learning
 
1.5 ESP Fundamentals - Session 2
Week 10 Online 4.0 Formation Damage and Remediation
  1.5 Matrix Acidizing Fundamentals - Session 1
  Online 5.0 Matrix Acidizing Fundamentals - Online learning
  1.5 Matrix Acidizing Fundamentals - Session 2
Week 11 Online 4.0 Flow Assurance and Production Chemistry
  Online 4.0 Sand Control
Week 12 1.5 Sand Control Fundamentals - Session 1
  Online 5.0 Sand Control Fundamentals - Online learning
  1.5 Sand Control Fundamentals - Session 2
Week 13 Online 4.0 Hydraulic Fracturing
  Online 4.0 Production Problem Diagnosis and Intervention Planning
Week 14 Online 4.0 Production Logging
  1.5 Production Logging Fundamentals - Session 1
  Online 5.0 Production Logging Fundamentals - Online Learning
  1.5 Production Logging Fundamentals - Session 2

 

UPCOMING SESSIONS
 
10 April - 14 July 2017 View Schedule   ENROLL NOW  
7 August - 3 November 2017 View Schedule   ENROLL NOW