Technical & Commercial Training
These courses are designed to guide professionals in the workflow concepts and fully equip engineers to work effectively in multidisciplinary teams. Courses can be tailor made to clients needs or can be standardized courses for example:
Petroleum Industry Overview: Course designed to provide a complete overview of the oil and gas industry for all disciplines. The course will take you through the origins of oil and gas formation, exploration and interpretation, basics in reservoir, drilling, well and production engineering. The classification and estimation of reserves and fundamentals of field development planning and introductory petroleum economics.
Applied Quantitative Seismic Interpretation: Course designed for geoscientist; looking to gain in-depth understanding of the practical approach of amplitude versus offset and AVO simultaneous / stochastic inversion through practical exercises. Participants work through a wide range of examples, software demonstrations for seismic data conditioning, AVO attribute generation and analysis, AVO simultaneous seismic inversion and AVO stochastic seismic inversion with useful workflow calculation.
Seismic and Facies Mapping in a Sequence Stratigraphy Framework: Course designed to provide good knowledge and application of seismic and facies mapping in a sequence stratigraphy framework, which is key for good subsurface understanding and prediction of seismic and well log facies. The course focuses on key concepts of seismic sequence stratigraphy, facies mapping, core-log-seismic integration.
Rock Physics & Seismic Attributes for Exploration Reservoir Characterization: Course on rock physics observations, models relating reservoir properties and their seismic signatures. The course covers the use of Rock Physics and Seismic Attributes in Exploration and Quantitative Seismic Reservoir Characterization. The course is recommended for all geophysicists, reservoir geologists, seismic interpreters, and engineers concerned with exploration and reservoir characterization, field development and reservoir management
Openhole Logging & Formation Evaluation: Course designed for Petroleum Engineers and Geo-scientists; looking to understand the theory and practice of open hole logging and formation testing. This course will cover the quality control and interpretation of Openhole logs; QC, review and interpretation of formation tests and reports.
Hydrocarbon Fluid Properties: Course designed for Reservoir, Production & Facilities Engineers; looking to gain in-depth understanding of Hydrocarbon Fluid Properties, principles & practice of Hydrocarbon Fluid behaviour and Modelling for reservoir; wells and surface facilities. The course also covers the use of hydrocarbon PVT analysis software to enable participants understand the practical work flow for fluid modelling.
Applied Reservoir Engineering: Course designed for Petroleum Engineers and Geo-scientists; looking to understand the fundamentals, practice and applications of reservoir engineering and modelling for the purpose of understanding reservoir behaviour, appraising hydrocarbon assets and field development planning using analytical methods and numerical simulation. This course will cover fluid, rock, production, well test, recovery mechanisms, simulation and field development.
Reservoir Simulation & Field Development Planning: Course designed for Reservoir, Production & Facilities Engineers; looking to understand the fundamentals of reservoir simulation and field development planning for the purpose of understanding reservoir behaviour, appraising hydrocarbon assets and field development planning using numerical simulation. Some of the tools that will be covered include S3GRAF, Floviz, ECLIPSE Office, and Petrel.
Well Test Analysis (WTA): Course designed for Reservoir, Production & Facilities Engineers; looking to gain in-depth understanding of well test analysis. This course will take participants through the fundamental theory and practice of pressure transient analysis, perform and QC basic well test data &interpretations and conclude with understanding deconvolution and its applications in more complex well test interpretations.
Production Engineering: Course designed for Reservoir, Production & Facilities Engineers; looking to understand best practices and methodologies to optimise field production and performance. This course will cover well performance and optimisation which will include production systems, well modelling, nodal analysis and artificial lift methods.
Integrated Production Modelling (IPM): Course designed for Reservoir, Production & Facilities Engineers; looking to gain in-depth understanding of the practical applications of IPM. This workshop is targeted to engineers with prior knowledge of Integrated Production Modelling and have considerable familiarity with MBAL, PROSPER and GAP. The workshop ensures that participants can build and quality check an IPM model starting from fluid and well modelling through to reservoir and network modelling.
Petroleum Economics: Course designed for directors, managers, engineers, geoecientists, economists anyone involved with Financial Transactions in the upstream petroleum sector looking to gain in-depth understanding of Fundamentals and Workflows on Petroleum Economics with particular focus on Forecasting Production, Costs and Prices; Reserves and Resources; Cash Flow Basics; Economic Indicator; Fiscal Regimes and Petroleum Investment Analysis.
Reserves Based Lending (RBL): Course designed for anyone involved with Financial Transactions in the upstream petroleum sector looking to gain in-depth understanding of Fundamentals and Workflows on Petroleum Economics with particular focus on Financing Structures. Deeper understanding of Reserves Based Lending and Re-Determinations, their purposes and implementation, advantages and disadvantages, Structural elements, risk, scenario testing and uncertainty analysis.
The Role of Geomechanics in Exploration and Field Development: Course is suitable for the subsurface team, including geoscientists, geophysicist, engineers and petrophysicist to develop their geomechanics expertise to apply it for full life of an oilfield, from exploration to abandonment. The participants will learn how to build geomechanical models from pre-drilled seismic data to the all available offset well data which includes drilling, geological, petrophysical, dynamic modelling and production data.