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Seismic Velocities and Depth Conversion - SVDC

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Overview of the drilling process:Overall drilling practices; Language of drilling; Reservoir rock and fluid properties; Rigs & rig equipment; Drilling string components & design; Bits; Rig operation; Drilling fluids & hydraulics; MWD; Well control; Hole problems and stuck pipe; Drilling risks; Cores and coring; Casing design & installation; Primary cementing; Directional, horizontal, multilateral and under-balanced drilling; Wellhead & trees; Overview of the completion process:Zonal isolation; Tubing, packers & completion equipment; Safety & flow control devices; Open hole completions; Basic completion types; Perforating; Open & cased hole logging; Formation damage & treatment; Completion fluids; Multiple completions; Overview of workover techniques:Stimulation application: surfactants, solvents, acidizing, fracturing and deep perforating; Formation and sand control: chemical consolidation, gravel packing, frac-pack, new and novel techniques; Scale and corrosion; Sidetracking; Paraffin and asphaltenes; Reworks; Recompletions; Deepening; Coiled tubing

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San Francisco
333 Bush Street, Suite 2400, 94104, California, USA
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San Francisco
333 Bush Street, Suite 2400, 94104, California, USA
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Design
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Basic IT
Basic IT training
Oil and Gas
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Installation
Primary
Electrical
Compressor
Network
Market
Planning
Supply
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Training Course Content

Overview of the drilling process:Overall drilling practices; Language of drilling; Reservoir rock and fluid properties; Rigs & rig equipment; Drilling string components & design; Bits; Rig operation; Drilling fluids & hydraulics; MWD; Well control; Hole problems and stuck pipe; Drilling risks; Cores and coring; Casing design & installation; Primary cementing; Directional, horizontal, multilateral and under-balanced drilling; Wellhead & trees; Overview of the completion process:Zonal isolation; Tubing, packers & completion equipment; Safety & flow control devices; Open hole completions; Basic completion types; Perforating; Open & cased hole logging; Formation damage & treatment; Completion fluids; Multiple completions; Overview of workover techniques:Stimulation application: surfactants, solvents, acidizing, fracturing and deep perforating; Formation and sand control: chemical consolidation, gravel packing, frac-pack, new and novel techniques; Scale and corrosion; Sidetracking; Paraffin and asphaltenes; Reworks; Recompletions; Deepening; Coiled tubing

Reservoir fluid properties; Coring practices and rock properties; Fundamentals of fluid flow; Reservoir fluid distribution; Reservoir classification; Reservoir drive mechanisms; Oil and gas well performance; Pressure buildup analysis; Oil displacement concepts; Estimation of oil-in-place and gas-in-place; Recovery techniques

Fundamentals of electricity; Direct current; Basic AC theory; Transformers; Motors; Power distribution; System protection and coordination; Emergency power generators, direct current systems and uninterruptible power systems; Power generation; Variable speed drives; Programmable electronic systems; Electrical safety; Grounding and bonding; Hazardous area

Overview of upstream oil and gas production operations; Overview of reservoirs and well inflow performance; Overview of artificial lift; Processing configurations (example PFD's); Fluid compositions, properties and phase behavior; Phase separation of gas, oil, and water; Emulsions; Sand, wax, and asphaltenes; Oil treating; Field desalting; Crude stabilization and sweetening; Crude oil storage and vapor recovery; Measurement of crude oil; Transportation of crude oil; Produced water treating; Compressors; Water injection systems; Relief and flare systems; Overview of solution gas processing

General Overview of Nodal Analysis: Supply/Demand analogies, natural balance and stable/unstable equilibrium concepts, diminishing returns, independent/dependent subsystems, converging/diverging flows; Inflow Performance: Reservoir performance basics, Darcy, Jones and Ramey turbulence parameters, empirical models of Vogel and Fetkovich, the benefits and drawbacks of well-test and C&N values, appropriate models for differing well descriptions, rigorous multi-layer IPR curves including crossflow effects; Completion Performance: Completion modeling basics, perforation and gravel pack pressure drop, linear and radial flow patterns through gravel packs, the pressure drop in a gravel-filled wellbore, optimal perforation density, the rate reduction caused by a partial completion; Tubing Performance: Wellbore related pressure drops and dynamics, videotapes of vertical and horizontal flow patterns, diverging and converging flow dynamics, route preference, production logging physics in deviated/horizontal wellbores, wellbore slugging and pressure behavior in vertical, deviated, and horizontal wellbores, friction drop through restrictions and undulating horizontal sections, sonic flow and minimum lifting rates concepts, unloading techniques and examples; Flowline Performance: Panhandle, C&S, Dukler pressure drop models, identifying bottlenecks in a gathering network, line loops and jumpers, circular/parallel/layered gathering systems; Future performance: Integrating reservoir performance, development planning, and market constraints into field forecasts, optimizing capital investments when juggling new well, re-completion, compressor, artificial lift, and flowline options; Artificial Lift: Advanced Gas lift design and troubleshooting, electric submersible pump fundamentals, jet pumps, and sucker rod pumping basics; Other: Designing dynamic kills (video tapes of kill operations), liquid content in gas streams, why there is no such thing as a "dry" gas well, identifying loaded wells, predicting wellbore temperatures and why publicly available bottomhole pressure data is almost always lower than reality

Overview of the drilling process:Overall drilling practices; Language of drilling; Reservoir rock and fluid properties; Rigs & rig equipment; Drilling string components & design; Bits; Rig operation; Drilling fluids & hydraulics; MWD; Well control; Hole problems and stuck pipe; Drilling risks; Cores and coring; Casing design & installation; Primary cementing; Directional, horizontal, multilateral and under-balanced drilling; Wellhead & trees; Overview of the completion process:Zonal isolation; Tubing, packers & completion equipment; Safety & flow control devices; Open hole completions; Basic completion types; Perforating; Open & cased hole logging; Formation damage & treatment; Completion fluids; Multiple completions; Overview of workover techniques:Stimulation application: surfactants, solvents, acidizing, fracturing and deep perforating; Formation and sand control: chemical consolidation, gravel packing, frac-pack, new and novel techniques; Scale and corrosion; Sidetracking; Paraffin and asphaltenes; Reworks; Recompletions; Deepening; Coiled tubing

Reservoir fluid properties; Coring practices and rock properties; Fundamentals of fluid flow; Reservoir fluid distribution; Reservoir classification; Reservoir drive mechanisms; Oil and gas well performance; Pressure buildup analysis; Oil displacement concepts; Estimation of oil-in-place and gas-in-place; Recovery techniques

Fundamentals of electricity; Direct current; Basic AC theory; Transformers; Motors; Power distribution; System protection and coordination; Emergency power generators, direct current systems and uninterruptible power systems; Power generation; Variable speed drives; Programmable electronic systems; Electrical safety; Grounding and bonding; Hazardous area

Overview of upstream oil and gas production operations; Overview of reservoirs and well inflow performance; Overview of artificial lift; Processing configurations (example PFD's); Fluid compositions, properties and phase behavior; Phase separation of gas, oil, and water; Emulsions; Sand, wax, and asphaltenes; Oil treating; Field desalting; Crude stabilization and sweetening; Crude oil storage and vapor recovery; Measurement of crude oil; Transportation of crude oil; Produced water treating; Compressors; Water injection systems; Relief and flare systems; Overview of solution gas processing

General Overview of Nodal Analysis: Supply/Demand analogies, natural balance and stable/unstable equilibrium concepts, diminishing returns, independent/dependent subsystems, converging/diverging flows; Inflow Performance: Reservoir performance basics, Darcy, Jones and Ramey turbulence parameters, empirical models of Vogel and Fetkovich, the benefits and drawbacks of well-test and C&N values, appropriate models for differing well descriptions, rigorous multi-layer IPR curves including crossflow effects; Completion Performance: Completion modeling basics, perforation and gravel pack pressure drop, linear and radial flow patterns through gravel packs, the pressure drop in a gravel-filled wellbore, optimal perforation density, the rate reduction caused by a partial completion; Tubing Performance: Wellbore related pressure drops and dynamics, videotapes of vertical and horizontal flow patterns, diverging and converging flow dynamics, route preference, production logging physics in deviated/horizontal wellbores, wellbore slugging and pressure behavior in vertical, deviated, and horizontal wellbores, friction drop through restrictions and undulating horizontal sections, sonic flow and minimum lifting rates concepts, unloading techniques and examples; Flowline Performance: Panhandle, C&S, Dukler pressure drop models, identifying bottlenecks in a gathering network, line loops and jumpers, circular/parallel/layered gathering systems; Future performance: Integrating reservoir performance, development planning, and market constraints into field forecasts, optimizing capital investments when juggling new well, re-completion, compressor, artificial lift, and flowline options; Artificial Lift: Advanced Gas lift design and troubleshooting, electric submersible pump fundamentals, jet pumps, and sucker rod pumping basics; Other: Designing dynamic kills (video tapes of kill operations), liquid content in gas streams, why there is no such thing as a "dry" gas well, identifying loaded wells, predicting wellbore temperatures and why publicly available bottomhole pressure data is almost always lower than reality

Overview of the drilling process:Overall drilling practices; Language of drilling; Reservoir rock and fluid properties; Rigs & rig equipment; Drilling string components & design; Bits; Rig operation; Drilling fluids & hydraulics; MWD; Well control; Hole problems and stuck pipe; Drilling risks; Cores and coring; Casing design & installation; Primary cementing; Directional, horizontal, multilateral and under-balanced drilling; Wellhead & trees; Overview of the completion process:Zonal isolation; Tubing, packers & completion equipment; Safety & flow control devices; Open hole completions; Basic completion types; Perforating; Open & cased hole logging; Formation damage & treatment; Completion fluids; Multiple completions; Overview of workover techniques:Stimulation application: surfactants, solvents, acidizing, fracturing and deep perforating; Formation and sand control: chemical consolidation, gravel packing, frac-pack, new and novel techniques; Scale and corrosion; Sidetracking; Paraffin and asphaltenes; Reworks; Recompletions; Deepening; Coiled tubing

Reservoir fluid properties; Coring practices and rock properties; Fundamentals of fluid flow; Reservoir fluid distribution; Reservoir classification; Reservoir drive mechanisms; Oil and gas well performance; Pressure buildup analysis; Oil displacement concepts; Estimation of oil-in-place and gas-in-place; Recovery techniques

Fundamentals of electricity; Direct current; Basic AC theory; Transformers; Motors; Power distribution; System protection and coordination; Emergency power generators, direct current systems and uninterruptible power systems; Power generation; Variable speed drives; Programmable electronic systems; Electrical safety; Grounding and bonding; Hazardous area

Overview of upstream oil and gas production operations; Overview of reservoirs and well inflow performance; Overview of artificial lift; Processing configurations (example PFD's); Fluid compositions, properties and phase behavior; Phase separation of gas, oil, and water; Emulsions; Sand, wax, and asphaltenes; Oil treating; Field desalting; Crude stabilization and sweetening; Crude oil storage and vapor recovery; Measurement of crude oil; Transportation of crude oil; Produced water treating; Compressors; Water injection systems; Relief and flare systems; Overview of solution gas processing

General Overview of Nodal Analysis: Supply/Demand analogies, natural balance and stable/unstable equilibrium concepts, diminishing returns, independent/dependent subsystems, converging/diverging flows; Inflow Performance: Reservoir performance basics, Darcy, Jones and Ramey turbulence parameters, empirical models of Vogel and Fetkovich, the benefits and drawbacks of well-test and C&N values, appropriate models for differing well descriptions, rigorous multi-layer IPR curves including crossflow effects; Completion Performance: Completion modeling basics, perforation and gravel pack pressure drop, linear and radial flow patterns through gravel packs, the pressure drop in a gravel-filled wellbore, optimal perforation density, the rate reduction caused by a partial completion; Tubing Performance: Wellbore related pressure drops and dynamics, videotapes of vertical and horizontal flow patterns, diverging and converging flow dynamics, route preference, production logging physics in deviated/horizontal wellbores, wellbore slugging and pressure behavior in vertical, deviated, and horizontal wellbores, friction drop through restrictions and undulating horizontal sections, sonic flow and minimum lifting rates concepts, unloading techniques and examples; Flowline Performance: Panhandle, C&S, Dukler pressure drop models, identifying bottlenecks in a gathering network, line loops and jumpers, circular/parallel/layered gathering systems; Future performance: Integrating reservoir performance, development planning, and market constraints into field forecasts, optimizing capital investments when juggling new well, re-completion, compressor, artificial lift, and flowline options; Artificial Lift: Advanced Gas lift design and troubleshooting, electric submersible pump fundamentals, jet pumps, and sucker rod pumping basics; Other: Designing dynamic kills (video tapes of kill operations), liquid content in gas streams, why there is no such thing as a "dry" gas well, identifying loaded wells, predicting wellbore temperatures and why publicly available bottomhole pressure data is almost always lower than reality

Overview of the drilling process:Overall drilling practices; Language of drilling; Reservoir rock and fluid properties; Rigs & rig equipment; Drilling string components & design; Bits; Rig operation; Drilling fluids & hydraulics; MWD; Well control; Hole problems and stuck pipe; Drilling risks; Cores and coring; Casing design & installation; Primary cementing; Directional, horizontal, multilateral and under-balanced drilling; Wellhead & trees; Overview of the completion process:Zonal isolation; Tubing, packers & completion equipment; Safety & flow control devices; Open hole completions; Basic completion types; Perforating; Open & cased hole logging; Formation damage & treatment; Completion fluids; Multiple completions; Overview of workover techniques:Stimulation application: surfactants, solvents, acidizing, fracturing and deep perforating; Formation and sand control: chemical consolidation, gravel packing, frac-pack, new and novel techniques; Scale and corrosion; Sidetracking; Paraffin and asphaltenes; Reworks; Recompletions; Deepening; Coiled tubing

Reservoir fluid properties; Coring practices and rock properties; Fundamentals of fluid flow; Reservoir fluid distribution; Reservoir classification; Reservoir drive mechanisms; Oil and gas well performance; Pressure buildup analysis; Oil displacement concepts; Estimation of oil-in-place and gas-in-place; Recovery techniques

Fundamentals of electricity; Direct current; Basic AC theory; Transformers; Motors; Power distribution; System protection and coordination; Emergency power generators, direct current systems and uninterruptible power systems; Power generation; Variable speed drives; Programmable electronic systems; Electrical safety; Grounding and bonding; Hazardous area

Overview of upstream oil and gas production operations; Overview of reservoirs and well inflow performance; Overview of artificial lift; Processing configurations (example PFD's); Fluid compositions, properties and phase behavior; Phase separation of gas, oil, and water; Emulsions; Sand, wax, and asphaltenes; Oil treating; Field desalting; Crude stabilization and sweetening; Crude oil storage and vapor recovery; Measurement of crude oil; Transportation of crude oil; Produced water treating; Compressors; Water injection systems; Relief and flare systems; Overview of solution gas processing

General Overview of Nodal Analysis: Supply/Demand analogies, natural balance and stable/unstable equilibrium concepts, diminishing returns, independent/dependent subsystems, converging/diverging flows; Inflow Performance: Reservoir performance basics, Darcy, Jones and Ramey turbulence parameters, empirical models of Vogel and Fetkovich, the benefits and drawbacks of well-test and C&N values, appropriate models for differing well descriptions, rigorous multi-layer IPR curves including crossflow effects; Completion Performance: Completion modeling basics, perforation and gravel pack pressure drop, linear and radial flow patterns through gravel packs, the pressure drop in a gravel-filled wellbore, optimal perforation density, the rate reduction caused by a partial completion; Tubing Performance: Wellbore related pressure drops and dynamics, videotapes of vertical and horizontal flow patterns, diverging and converging flow dynamics, route preference, production logging physics in deviated/horizontal wellbores, wellbore slugging and pressure behavior in vertical, deviated, and horizontal wellbores, friction drop through restrictions and undulating horizontal sections, sonic flow and minimum lifting rates concepts, unloading techniques and examples; Flowline Performance: Panhandle, C&S, Dukler pressure drop models, identifying bottlenecks in a gathering network, line loops and jumpers, circular/parallel/layered gathering systems; Future performance: Integrating reservoir performance, development planning, and market constraints into field forecasts, optimizing capital investments when juggling new well, re-completion, compressor, artificial lift, and flowline options; Artificial Lift: Advanced Gas lift design and troubleshooting, electric submersible pump fundamentals, jet pumps, and sucker rod pumping basics; Other: Designing dynamic kills (video tapes of kill operations), liquid content in gas streams, why there is no such thing as a "dry" gas well, identifying loaded wells, predicting wellbore temperatures and why publicly available bottomhole pressure data is almost always lower than reality

Overview of the drilling process:Overall drilling practices; Language of drilling; Reservoir rock and fluid properties; Rigs & rig equipment; Drilling string components & design; Bits; Rig operation; Drilling fluids & hydraulics; MWD; Well control; Hole problems and stuck pipe; Drilling risks; Cores and coring; Casing design & installation; Primary cementing; Directional, horizontal, multilateral and under-balanced drilling; Wellhead & trees; Overview of the completion process:Zonal isolation; Tubing, packers & completion equipment; Safety & flow control devices; Open hole completions; Basic completion types; Perforating; Open & cased hole logging; Formation damage & treatment; Completion fluids; Multiple completions; Overview of workover techniques:Stimulation application: surfactants, solvents, acidizing, fracturing and deep perforating; Formation and sand control: chemical consolidation, gravel packing, frac-pack, new and novel techniques; Scale and corrosion; Sidetracking; Paraffin and asphaltenes; Reworks; Recompletions; Deepening; Coiled tubing

Reservoir fluid properties; Coring practices and rock properties; Fundamentals of fluid flow; Reservoir fluid distribution; Reservoir classification; Reservoir drive mechanisms; Oil and gas well performance; Pressure buildup analysis; Oil displacement concepts; Estimation of oil-in-place and gas-in-place; Recovery techniques

Fundamentals of electricity; Direct current; Basic AC theory; Transformers; Motors; Power distribution; System protection and coordination; Emergency power generators, direct current systems and uninterruptible power systems; Power generation; Variable speed drives; Programmable electronic systems; Electrical safety;...

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