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Implement processes and procedures that achieve client and business key performance indicators. Deliver continual improvement, whilst reducing costs and improving productivity. Lead and Manage the Performance and Development team. Support the Client's objectives and maintain strong relationships.
Civil degree or HNC. Knowledge of Highways Schemes. Experience of Lean based reviews and improvements. Experience of working with a Supply Chain. Recognised advanced qualification in Business Management. London based with travel to projects. Are you looking for an opportunity to join a growing team within a market leading Civil Engineering Contractor, assisting project teams from pre-contract all the way through design, construction and handover?
My client is looking to recruit an ambitious BIM Engineer with at least 2 years post-qualification experience, to support the Design and Project teams, and work with external suppliers. The ideal candidate will be a self-starter who is looking to grow their role and operate independently. The successful candidate will be an integral part the Design team with a clear pathway to progress. Produce temporary works 3D model. Work with planning team to develop, coordinate and deliver 4D BIM model. Develop and coordinate visualisations and interactive 3D Models.
Working with site management team to promote and integrate the use Digital field tools and 3D BIM models. Ability to use modelling and analytical tools to eliminate health and safety risks in the design and construction process. This role will be based from our Exeter office and cover sites within the South West of England. The Quantity Surveyor will support the Commercial team in order to accurately value the works undertaken by the operational teams and, where necessary, gather and provide records to substantiate cost and lead projects under the guidance of the Commercial Manager.
The successful candidate must be highly motivated and ambitious and willing to work within a team. Call Matt Are you a Commercial Manager looking for your next career opportunity? International Welding Engineer Location: Competitive salary, excellent benefits plus bonus and relocation package Our client is a leading OEM looking for an IWE who's role will primarily involve defining welding solutions for compressor projects, defining welding and testing procedures.
The successful applicant must be fluent in English and conversational in German. Defining procedures for welding and testingDeciding on measures in non-conformity casesDefining welding solutions for compressor projectsOverseeing and assuring quality and standards are metFlexible to travel when necessary approx.
Additive Manufacturing Specialist - Global Location: Competitive Our client is a leading global OEM looking for an Additive Manufacturing Specialist who will be reporting into the Global head of technology.
They are looking for someone with hands on practical experience but also qualified to the appropriate level. Fluent in English - Both written and verbalSolid understanding of material requirementsExperience with Selective Laser Melting SLM Experienced with heat treatment for goal material properties and manufactured components.
Qualified to Masters, ideally PHD level If you would like a new challenge within a company at the height of technology, then please don't hesitate to contact me on or on email. Leading Tier 1 Main ContractorA driven, motivated Quantity Surveyor is currently required for a highly reputable, market leading, Tier 1 main Contractor to join a long term, multi billion pound Utilities contract based in Hertfordshire.
This position is available due to project growth due to continuous package wins. Being such a successful contractor, there are numerous areas for growth and development. This really is a fantastic opportunity to work with one of the market leaders in this field. In this key position, you will be responsible for running a project or projects as the commercial lead, reporting to the Head of Commercial for the business unit.
They are a great company to work for, one that genuinely cares about its employees, providing a challenging yet enjoyable working environment. Their reputation proceeds them and is predicted to be another year of growth.
If you are looking for a new challenge in , then this could be the perfect opportunity. Previous experience as QS, Snr QS or Commercial Manager for main contractor or sub-contractor within the construction sector is required.
Can demonstrate a good track record of delivering profitable projects, to specification and programme. Numerate, organised, analytical and good time management skills. Possess excellent IT skills. Must be able to remain calm under pressure. To apply for the position, please submit an up to date copy of your CV without delay If you wish to discuss the position, then please call Martin Collins on for a confidential discussion. All applications will be treated in the strictest of confidence.
We are looking for a Principal Engineer to work on a variety of UK projects, predominantly on very large scale build and civil engineering projects. They are a leading company who operate globally and have nationwide coverage with their name against some massive projects currently underway. With this contractor winning lots of work, they are looking to expand their design team to cater for the work that is coming through.
Experience of working in a design role within the construction industry is essential. The ideal Engineer will be a proficient communicator, a strong independent individual with good team participation and the ability to coach junior members of the team. What is required for the perfect candidate: Civil Engineering or Construction degreeIncorporated or Chartered member of a relevant professional institution e.
ICE, IStructE or able to demonstrate the required capability to attain such a qualification retrospectivelyFive years relevant postgraduate experienceFull driving licenceValid CSCS card If you feel you would be a suitable fit for this role, please contact to find out more about this role starting as soon as a successful candidate is available.
Principle Structural Chartered Engineer Location: Welwyn Garden City Salary: Therefore, SCAL data could be considered as one of the most critical reservoir input data for reservoir simulation models. This course will shed light on the theoretical and experimental background of SCAL data:. In this course, participants will learn to construct an economic evaluation of a field development opportunity using common industry indicators. Supported by many practical examples, the course covers both greenfield and brownfield situations.
This course is for engineers, geoscientists and managers who want to use economic methods for making field development decisions. This course is designed to give participants a basic understanding of the legal fundamentals that make their international transactions work, ranging from the principles that apply to interpreting and enforcing their agreements, to the procedures for resolving their disputes, to addressing interpretational issues posed by common contract provisions, and to avoiding liability under environmental and bribery laws.
The course will allow participants to identify confidently potential legal problems, to address them before they become serious, and to facilitate the smooth interaction between oil and gas professionals, host government representatives, and their lawyers.
Petroleum managers who deal with international oil and gas legal matters in the course of their business; and legal professionals with little training in oil and gas law, but expect soon to deal with international oil and gas law matters. You will learn the philosophy, evolution, and fundamentals of international petroleum contracts and have an opportunity to see how each of these actually works. You will take part in life-like negotiating sessions mastering many negotiating techniques, where a mistake is a learning experience not a disaster.
A viable contract cannot be negotiated without an effective understanding of the underlying economics. Negotiating strategies will determine contractual terms ultimately defining the economic benefits to be realized. Concessions and production sharing agreements are two of the contract types to be evaluated during this course. This course provides attendees with a comprehensive methodology for well performance analysis with specific focus on unconventional oil and gas. The approach combines the use of several powerful techniques and will illustrate the practical aspects of production data analysis.
This course is for engineers and technologists involved in exploitation, evaluating reserves, optimizing production or analyzing well tests. Instructors will present the main reservoir engineering and geoscience methods used to estimate reserves, and demonstrate how definitions affect such estimates. Case studies are used to illustrate different methods for estimating reserves, along with typical errors and how to avoid them.
Participants will also learn supplemental techniques such as reservoir simulation and probabilistic methods for estimating reserves. This course will discuss the practical state-of-the-art techniques of Volume to Value VV to help attendees assess exploratory deepwater offshore oil and gas prospects and quantify economic values of the prospects.
Participants will learn how to develop a preliminary field development plan for a given discovery prospect and estimate oil and gas recovery, wells required, and costs. They will also learn how to conduct economic evaluation for lease sales or farm-in opportunities.
This course starts with setting the background with statistics and probabilities, estimating under uncertainty and probabilistic reserves estimation principles. Then it introduces ways to determine the chance of geological and commercial success, and the use of decision trees to assess the value of new information.
This course is for anyone who is involved with making quality decisions about the development of subsurface hydrocarbon accumulations. This course is a hands-on, case-based course focused on managers responsible for building and sustaining a successful strategic plan.
Participants are exposed to a variety of perspectives on, approaches to, and tools for the conduct of strategic management. These tools address strategy from a macro and micro perspective. Applied techniques during this course provide opportunities for individualized and team-based learning. Geologists, geophysicist, engineers, managers, and executives responsible for defining, assessing and developing business alternatives and strategy in the petroleum industry.
An overview of analytical methods for RTA is then provided, including a discussion of how these techniques can be modified to account for unconventional reservoir properties such as multi-phase flow, non-static permeability, non-Darcy flow, and desorption.
Empirical methods for production analysis are also briefly reviewed in this course. Tight gas, shale gas, tight oil, shale oil, and coalbed methane field examples are provided to illustrate application of the techniques. Quality forecasts and evaluations depend upon well-designed project and portfolio models that are based upon clear decision policy, sound professional judgments, and a good decision process.
In this course participants learn to build good models. Emphasis is on the evaluation concepts and techniques, rather than particular software programs. Evaluation engineers, analysts, managers, planners, and economists. This course is intended for professionals involved with developing project evaluation, portfolio, and other forecasting and assessment models.
This course explores ways to incorporate production data into high-resolution reservoir models using both conventional and fast-flow simulation techniques, and it examines the merits of various history matching workflows practiced in the industry. Both assisted history matching and automatic history matching techniques will also be covered.
The course is devoted to field application of this technology with focus on production optimization and recovery enhancement. This course is designed for reservoir, completion and production engineers of operating companies as well as service company personnel involved with: This course provides essential knowledge required for achieving excellence in maintenance management.
Work control, planning, and scheduling will be covered. Participants will receive a sound, integrated, basic knowledge of the maintenance function and how to progress towards world-class performance.
Individual action plans will carry course learning into the work environment. Maintenance supervisors, team leaders, or managers needing to improve their maintenance programs. This course is a broad survey of essential aspects of maintaining a safe, efficient and reliable facility asset. Contracts and Tenders Fundamentals will provide attendees with a more strategic approach to contracting, along with numerous tools to use throughout the contracting process.
When you leave this course, you will improve job performance through: Contracting involves many roles that must work together to achieve desired outcomes. Everyone involved in some element of contracting must understand the entire process, keys to success and what is required of their role.
Materials and exercises are built around oil and gas industry issues to be more relevant to the needs of attendees. Individuals involved in any aspect of sourcing, tendering, selecting, forming and executing contracts with suppliers of goods and services to the oil and gas industry. It includes supply chain roles such as contracting and procurement specialists, sourcing specialists, category managers, and logistics managers. It is also intended for technical roles assigned to project work such as facilities engineers, drilling engineers, project engineers and coordinators, commissioning engineers, contracts engineers, planning engineers, asset managers, and legal trainees.
This course covers practical considerations essential to achieve major improvements in planning, buying, storing and disposing of the vast array of materials and spare parts needed in oil and gas industry. Evolving best practices in the industry are explored for inventory management, warehousing and investment recovery.
Buyers, procurement specialists, stock analysts, and logistics, warehouse, distribution or operations supervisors will benefit from this course by learning the techniques and principles for providing better service to their operations, reducing stock outs and surplus materials and maximizing the return on investment for inventory.
The course introduces operators to basic troubleshooting techniques for the process, equipment, and critical controls. Refinery, process unit operations and maintenance technicians, supervisors and managers, as well as other non-engineering personnel requiring a fundamental focus on refinery processing facilities.
The course is designed to cover the fundamentals of Process Safety for all staff levels in a high hazard installation. It will benefit anyone who requires to understand the essentials of process safety including managers, supervisors, technical, engineering, HSE, maintenance and operational staff who are associated with the design, construction, operation, maintenance and governance of high hazard installations in the upstream and downstream oil, gas and petrochemical industry.
To explore the multiple roles involved in Process Safety and allow participants from different backgrounds to relate to this subject there is a rolling case study throughout the course. This course will identify how different disciplines and roles can have an impact on safety performance.
All staff associated with the operation, maintenance and governance of high hazard installations in the upstream and downstream oil, gas and petrochemical industry. The content is relevant to all roles, including senior management, project and engineering support teams, HSE support, supervisors and operator and maintenance technicians. This course will provide the basic knowledge required for understanding operating issues in natural gas amine sweetening and dehydration units.
This course is customizable to client needs. This course will provide a more detailed examination of the processes found in gas production facilities, including the important theoretical aspects that must be mastered before operators can truly understand their processes and become proficient at avoiding problems and troubleshooting the technical problems that do arise.
This course prepares operations personnel to communicate better and work more closely with professional engineering staff. The course includes in-depth information on basic LNG mixed refrigerant processing. Instructors will explain contaminant removal processes employed in LNG processes. This course is designed to build competency in Work Control as a primary skill set in the Competency Map for Facilities Maintenance Management.
It will focus on the six phases of work management: These essential skills are the key components of integrity management, safety, resource control, and reliable operation.
Maintenance managers, superintendents, supervisors, team leaders and planners engaged in work management, planning, and scheduling. Course content is non-mathematical. This course will provide the basic knowledge required for understanding processes and operating issues common to oil and gas processing facilities. Production and processing operations and maintenance technicians, supervisors and managers, as well as other non-engineering personnel requiring a broad introduction to production and processing facilities, including the separation, conditioning and disposition of produced oil, gas and water; including the common operational difficulties that may arise, as well as the operational tactics used to resolve them.
Managing and reducing cost continues to be one of the primary focal points of business and governments today. Managers and professionals in purchasing, procurement, and contracts and those involved in activities that expose them to suppliers and buying activities for production, maintenance, equipment and services requirements. This course will expand the industry understanding of supply chain professionals and increase their value-added in a global, fast changing environment.
Participants will learn what each industry segment requires from procurement and be given insights to maximize value delivery and increase their contribution to any business unit of the organization. Attendees will leave better prepared to create and support procurement strategies that meet stakeholder needs whether for projects or operations support.
Supply chain professionals with years experience either inside or outside the oil and gas industry. Managers and Professionals in Supply Management, Procurement, Purchasing, Contracts, Materials, Inventory Control, Projects, Maintenance, Operations, Finance and all other Managers and Professionals interested in lowering total cost and increasing productivity and profit contributions from better supply management operations in obtaining equipment, goods, and services in the Oil and Gas Industry.
Supplier Relationship Management SRM and collaboration provide an organizational focus on communicating with suppliers on the many steps of the Supply Management process. This focus reduces the lead-time and total cost of acquisition, transportation, administration, and possession of goods and services for the benefit of both the buyer and seller and as a result provides a competitive advantage and improved profits.
Managers and professionals involved in purchasing, projects, contracts, supply management, operations, maintenance, engineering, quality, and other activities that expose them to dealings with suppliers for goods, equipment, and services in the Oil and Gas Industry and who want to improve the supplier relationship for the benefit of both. The chemistry of the main water related problems of mineral scales, corrosion, bacteria, and oily water will be reviewed both from the theoretical and practical aspects.
Produced water treatment equipment and typical water quality specifications will be reviewed as well as water injection and disposal systems. Emphasis will be placed on understanding and resolving operational problems in process equipment. Managers, engineers, chemists, and operators needing to understand water related problems in oil and gas production and their solutions.
This course will cover the main causes of corrosion in upstream oil and gas operations, as well as monitoring and mitigation methods. The various corrosion mechanisms give rise to a number of different forms of corrosion damage which will all be considered.
Participants will estimate the corrosivity of a given environment through analysis of the chemical and physical characteristics of the system. You will review approaches to selecting materials and coatings for corrosion resistance for different conditions and their applications. The course content is based on a field facilities engineering point of view as opposed to a more narrowly specialized corrosion engineering or chemistry viewpoint. Managers, engineers, chemists, and operators needing to understand corrosion and its control management in oil and gas production and processing.
This course provides a high level discussion of surface processing facilities used in oil and gas production with emphasis on the selection and specification of these facilities as part of a field development plan. The importance of knowledge about reservoir type, produced fluid composition and properties, drive mechanism, facility location, product specifications and contractual obligations is highlighted. This course is intended for those who are interested in how production facilities are selected and specified:.
Other technical professionals not directly involved in the design and operation of production facilities looking for an awareness of such facilities. The emphasis of this course is on oil production facilities - from the wellhead to the delivery of a specification crude oil product to the refinery. Both onshore and offshore facilities will be discussed. Produced water treating and water injection systems are also covered.
Solution gas handling processes and equipment will be discussed as well, though at a relatively high level. In addition to the engineering aspects of oil production facilities, practical operating problems will also be covered including emulsion treatment, sand handling, dealing with wax and asphaltenes, etc.
Exercises requiring calculations are utilized throughout the course. Wide-ranging skills for design, operation and troubleshooting of oil and water production equipment. This course will provide an overview of the various Utility Systems, key selection considerations and how they are integrated into onshore and offshore oil and gas facilities. Individuals will develop a basic understanding of the wide variety of utility systems and components and how they integrate with the process facilities and overall operation.
System selection, relative costs and other managerial decisions pertinent to utility operations are covered. Exercises are used to identify utility consumers, summarize utility requirements, consider high level utility systems options, and select the most energy efficient alternatives from an onshore and offshore perspective. Facility Engineers or engineers new to utility systems who are responsible for designing, operating and maintaining utility systems in oil and gas processing and related facilities.
Most operations and planning activities depend on a fundamental knowledge of utility systems. This important subject is frequently overlooked however it is vital to successful oil and gas operations. Attending this course will assist participants in developing a broad background in utility systems. This course covers technical topics related to produced water operations and the required processing in upstream oil and gas operations.
Typical produced water composition and physical properties are covered. Water quality requirements as a function of disposal method are addressed, including onshore processing, surface discharge, offshore discharge, and reinjection. Regulatory requirements and typical analytical test methods necessary to monitor and ensure regulatory compliance are covered.
Treatment theory is discussed, followed by practical application in selecting and operating typical water handling equipment. Typical process flow diagrams are used to illustrate equipment selection, design features, layout and processes. Chemical treatment is also covered in this course. Managers, engineers, chemists, and senior operations personnel who are responsible for designing, operating and maintaining oil and gas facilities that process produced water.
This course will assist participants in developing a broad understanding of the technical aspects which are required to select, design, maintain, and troubleshoot produced water process equipment and systems. Heat transfer equipment discussed will include shell and tube exchangers, compact heat exchangers, brazed aluminum exchangers, air coolers, and fired equipment. This course deals with the design, operation and optimization of onshore gas gathering systems and their associated field facilities, from the wellhead to the central gas processing facility.
From a design perspective, the main variables that impact the flexibility and operational characteristics of an onshore gas gathering system will be discussed. Typical operating problems are covered including hydrates, multiphase flow issues, corrosion, declining well deliverability, etc.
Exercises will be utilized throughout the course to emphasize the key learning points. The material of the course is applicable to onshore field production facilities, pipelines, gas plants, terminals, and offshore production facilities. Fractionation equipment and produced water treating equipment are not covered in this course. You will learn where the different types of separation equipment are used based on operating conditions and separation performance requirements.
Frequent references will be made to real production facility process flow diagrams. Typical operational problems and their solutions will be discussed. Data gathering, validation and utilization procedures will be discussed. Criteria to use when evaluating possible problem solutions will also be covered. Real-world exercises will be utilized throughout the class to reinforce the learning objectives.
It is assumed that course participants have a solid understanding of how typical oil and gas production and processing facilities work, including the commonly used processes and equipment involved. This course emphasizes the affect of carbon dioxide on the selection and operation of equipment separators, compressors, and dehydrators , as well as sweetening process equipment. This course, assists those working with carbon dioxide or high carbon dioxide content natural gas.
Calculations are performed to illustrate principles and techniques. This course deals with the practical planning, design, specification and operation of gas processing and production systems.
The program is designed for both production and processing personnel. This course emphasizes the practical choice of equipment. Operating issues, performance evaluation and control systems are also discussed. Production and processing personnel involved with natural gas and associated liquids to acquaint or reacquaint themselves with gas conditioning and processing unit operations.
This course is for facilities engineers, process engineers, operations personnel, field supervisors and others that select, design, install, evaluate or operate gas processing plants and related facilities. The course includes in-depth information on basic LNG gas conditioning and processing. Instructors will explain the acid gas removal processes employed in LNG processes. Relevant details of both the mixed refrigerant and cascade processes in LNG liquefaction are described.
Personnel involved with natural gas processing and LNG production, as well as anyone interested in a solid understanding of the principles of an LNG plant.
Selected exercises and syndicates are used throughout the course that reinforce the main topics of LNG trade and technology. This course is designed for a broad non-technical audience. While the course is intended to be interactive and participatory, most technical calculations are eliminated and use of technical terminology is minimized. During this course participants will learn about Oil and gas facilities terminology, fundamentals of commercial and contract issues, key areas in oil and gas production surface facilities, non-technical fundamentals of technology and processes and various treatment processes and technologies that are selected for differing gas compositions.
General administration, supervisory, non-technical management personnel, as well as anyone that could benefit from a broad overview of important aspects of the gas processing industry. This course is an overview of the gas conditioning and processing industry. This course is participative and interactive course that utilizes fundamental technical exercises and terminology to communicate key learning points.
Frequent reference will be made to historical incidents and recurring problem areas. Techniques for analyzing and mitigating process safety hazards applicable to oil and gas processing will be reviewed.
Integration of the concepts covered to achieve a measured approach to Process Safety Engineering is a key aim of this course. Exercises and group projects will be utilized throughout the course to emphasize the key learning points. A basic working knowledge of the commercial process simulation package being used will provide the best opportunity to achieve the learning objectives of this course.
A comprehensive course exercise based on a typical gas processing facility which can be applied to either onshore or offshore facilities is used for this course. The problem is developed in stages and att the completion of the course the participant will have developed a process simulation model that includes a dew point control process, a mechanical refrigeration process with economizers, hydrate inhibition using MEG, and NGL liquid product stabilization with recycle.
Engineers needing an intensive training in natural gas processing and associated liquids recovery processes with emphasis on the use and benefits of a simulation package. This course emphasizes process selection, practical operating issues, technical fundamentals, and integration of the sweetening facilities into the overall scheme of gas processing.
Special design and operation topics such as trace sulfur compound handling and the importance of H2S: CO2 ratio is covered. Related topics such as liquid product treating, corrosion, materials selection and NACE requirements will also be reviewed. Production and processing personnel involved with natural gas treating and sulfur recovery requiring an understanding of the principles of these process operations.
This course is for facilities engineers, process engineers, operations personnel, field supervisors and others who select, design, install, evaluate or operate gas sweetening and sulfur recovery facilities.
Equipment and procedures involved with drilling oil and gas wells are described for those who are interested in understanding the drilling process regardless of the academic background. In this course, the overall drilling process is presented along with definitions and descriptions of drilling equipment and various components are discussed in greater detail with explanations of the basic science concepts which guide these processes.
Subjects include descriptions of drill bits, directional drilling, drilling fluids, solids control, cementing, casing, well bore stability, well control, measurement-while-drilling techniques, stuck pipe, lost circulation, and well bore hydraulics. Some technology enhancements are included to improve understanding of drilling operations for all participants, with or without a science background.
An understanding of clay mineralogy helps understand well bore instability and drilling fluids. A discussion of pressure and pressure effects helps explain many of the procedures and problems associated with drilling wells. Rocks behave differently under pressure and understanding this behavior helps understand drilling performance. The art and science of drilling are explained in simple terms.
Petroleum and production engineers, completion engineers, geoscientists, managers, technical supervisors, service and support personnel, entry level drilling engineers, drilling operations personnel, drilling office support staff. This course builds a firm foundation in the principles and practices of designing, planning and conducting successful casing and cement jobs.
The course uses a process-based perspective that takes participants from initial casing depth and size selection, casing and liner design procedures, casing running practices, planning and executing primary cementing, through remedial cementing and plugging operations.
In addition to the necessary technical information and procedures, the course is laced with considerable practical, experience-based content. Personnel responsible for planning, overseeing, and conducting casing and cementing operations; operator and service personnel. This course provides an introduction to coiled tubing CT as a tool for workover and drilling and completion services. It includes an overview of CT extended-reach operations, typical field applications, the properties of CT, its manufacture, surface equipment required for downhole deployment, as well as discussion of downhole CT tools.
A significant portion of the course covers CT mechanical performance, including working limits, buckling, and fatigue. A discussion of CT drilling technology and hydraulics is also included.
Engineers and others that are involved in the design of CT equipment or uses of CT field services. The course is designed for engineers and field personnel involved in the planning and implementation of drilling programs. The seminar covers all aspects of drilling fluids technology, emphasizing both theory and practical application.
Drilling is a complex operation requiring proper understanding of different technologies and disciplines. The course provides the fundamentals necessary to drill a well, whether it is a shallow well or a complex, high pressure well.
It covers all aspects of drilling technology, emphasizing both theory and practical application. The course provides all the fundamentals necessary to drill a well whether it is a shallow well or a complex, high pressure well. Computer programs are used to design many aspects of the modern well and the course will provide the participants with the theory behind most programs along with practical implementation. This course provides a comprehensive overview of the design process, emphasizing the working stress approach currently used in the industry.
On completion of this course, successful participants will be able to select casing points, identify tubular requirements and loads, and design and specify the required casing string. Through a combination of lecture and extensive hands-on examples, the fundamentals of casing design are imparted to the attendees.
Estimation of standard and special loads is covered in detail. Standard theories of strength and failure are discussed as well as advanced considerations for combined loads. In addition safe handling, running, and hanging practices are covered. Drilling engineers, service personnel involved in developing well plans, and managers interested in learning about the well design process. This course presents the basic knowledge and fundamentals of intelligent well completions needed to identify, plan, and execute smart-well and smart-field projects.
Participants will gain an understanding of the petroleum engineering considerations for intelligent well applications such as project screening, well performance modeling and reservoir simulation. They will also learn about the equipment, functionality, completion design and execution needed to successfully implement the project.
This course is intended for reservoir, production, drilling and completion engineers, managers and other personnel who are interested in learning about intelligent well technology and its potential applications. This fundamental course begins with an introduction to the DwC industry, key benefits of the technology, and the primary DwC systems employed by various operators.
This is followed by selection of equipment for setting up a competent DwC system comprising of surface casing drive and handling equipment and downhole components. Various engineering calculations will also be discussed. This course is intended for drilling engineers, drilling manager and field engineers who have limited exposure to drilling with casing technology or those professionals that are considering using this technology in future wells.
This course provides a solid introduction to Managed Pressure Drilling MPD , an adaptive drilling process that allows greater control of the annular pressure profile throughout the wellbore. Participants will learn the variables involved in MPD operations, including the selection of the equipment and the various aspects of safety and operations. This course is appropriate for those who are new to the industry, or anyone who would like to understand the value of this important drilling technology.
This course covers the integrated technologies involved in underbalanced drilling. Participants will learn the operation of an underbalanced drilling project and be able to make informed selections of the equipment that is required. Digi Tank Solutions help companies more efficiently monitor remotely deployed tanks of liquids, solids and gases.
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