A course that prepares individuals to apply mathematical and scientific principles to the design, development and operational evaluation of systems for locating, extracting, processing and refining crude petroleum and natural gas, including prospecting instruments and equipment, mining and drilling systems, processing and refining systems and facilities, storage facilities, transportation systems, and related environmental and safety systems.
Understand the Reservoir Rock and Fluid Properties
Understand the Material Balance Equations and their Uses
Learning the Art of Fluid Sampling and Analysis
Understand the Reserve Estimates and Predictions
Understand the Crude Oil Composition & Analysis
Learning the Picking of Pressure Points
Understand the Coring and the Use of Core Data
Learning the Prediction of Pore Pressure
Who Should Attend?
Process operations professionals.
Petroleum & chemical professionals
Oil & Gas Treatment technicians.
Those who are interested in the field
Oil Reserve Estimates
Well Testing & Production
Crude Oil Properties
Formation Water Properties
Material Balance Equations and their Uses
Plans for Development
Crude Oil Composition & Analysis
Processing Units & Degassing Stations
Asphaltene, Tar, and Wax Problems
Effects of Change of Reservoir Pressure
Samples from Core
Down Hole Sampling
H2S and CO2
The Art of Sampling
Picking of Pressure Points
Coring: What is Coring
Conventional Core Barrel
Coring While Drilling
Corrosion: Basics of Corrosion
Factors Affecting Corrosion
Corrosion Rate & Mechanism
Forms of Corrosion
Analysis of Corrosion Data
Rheology of Cement Slurry
Problems with Gas
Analysis of Cement data
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