Advanced Oil And Gas Production System

Advanced Oil And Gas Production System

Papandayan Hotel, Bandung | Sep 27-30, 2010 | Rp.7.250.000,-per participant

 

ABOUT THE COURSE

The rapidly increasing worldwide demand for natural gas as an energy source requires expertise in gas engineering technology. Incorporating a balance between theory and application, course emphasis is on training participants for immediate application of acquired techniques to field problems.

Production is defined as the operations involved in bringing well fluids to the surface and preparing the fluids for transport to a refinery via pipelines or trucks. The first step in production is to start the well fluids flowing to the surface (called “well completion”). Well servicing and workover consists of performing routine maintenance operations (such replacing worn or malfunctioning equipment) and performing more extensive repairs, respectively. Well servicing and workover are an intermittent step and necessary to maintain the flow of oil and gas. Next, the fluid must be separated into its components of oil, gas, and water; stored; and treated (for purification), measured, and tested before being transported to the refinery.

This training will provide the principle and yet some practical and theoretical aspect that can be applied on daily work faced by production engineers and supervisor in the oil industry.

SUBJECT LEARNED

  • All aspects of completions are covered in sufficient detail to permit participants to review his/her current practices
  • The fundamental concepts of production operations and their proper application in the field
  • Production equipment such as wellhead, tubing and packers, well completions and workover as well as well test and problems, production logging and cementing will also covered
  • Production logs and how and when to use them; evaluation techniques for cement bond logs and pulse echo tools

BENEFITS

  • Learn how to plan and implement well completions, workovers, stimulation treatments, and routine production operations with an efficiency that increases profits
  • Learn about the role of rock mechanics in completions, stimulation, and workovers
  • Be able to give suggest or discover the procedures and techniques that increase production and cut operating costs
  • Be Able to identify and implement production improvement opportunities that can be carried out by either rig or non-rig well interventions
  • Implementation of appropriate technology, either from internal or external sources, in well design, whilst ensuring that the well value is maximised

COURSE OUTLINE

1. GEOLOGICAL CONSIDERATION

  • Formation Rock
  • Primary and Secondary Migrations
  • Reservoir Traps

2. RESERVOIR FUNDAMENTALS THEORY

  • The Nature of Rocks and Fluids
  • Porosity and Permeability
  • Productivity Index
  • Volumetric Calculation
  • Other Calculations and Decline Curves

3. FLUID FLOW

  • Well Productivity
  • Choke and Reservoir Fluids
  • Inflow and Outflow

4. PRODUCTION OPERATIONS

  • Well head and Well Head Equipment
  • Multiple Orifice
  • Routine Operations
  • Opening and Shut-in Well Procedure

5. WELL TESTING AND SATELLITE SYSTEM

  • Test Separator Operations and Equipments
  • Gas Systems Instruments
  • Flare System and Depressurising
  • Pigging Techniques and Procedures
  • Sampling and Analysis
  • BS & W and API Gravity Measurement
  • Protective Steam Tracing

6. SURFACE PRODUCTION OPERATIONS

  • Process, Level, Temperature and Pressure Controls
  • Oil treating , Heater treater and Dehydrator
  • Separators, Stage Separators and Sizing
  • Two-phase and Three-phase Separation
  • Skimmer tank and Flotation unit

7. WELL PROBLEMS

  • Low Production and Formation Damage
  • Low Reservoir
  • Plug-in Tubing or Perforations
  • High Viscosity
  • High Back Pressure
  • Inadequate Artificial Lift
  • Water Production and Mechanical Problem
  • Protective Steam Tracing

8. PRODUCTION LOGS

9. WELL COMPLETIONS

10. PRIMARY CEMENTING AND SQUEEZE CEMENTING

11. FLUID COMPLETIONS

12. SAND CONTROL

  • Gravel Pack, Resin and Fraspac

13. WORKOVERS

14. PARAFFIN AND ASPHALTENES

  • Chemical analysis
  • Precipitation Mechanism
  • The wax and Paraffin Problems

15. OIL EMULSIONS

  • Emulsion Built-up and Emulsifying Agent
  • Sampling and Analysis
  • Emulsion Treating
  • Heat and Chemical Treatment
  • Electrostatic Coalescing

16. SCALE PROBLEMS

  • Scale Composition, Prediction and Identification
  • Mechanic and Chemical methods
  • Scale Prevention and Inhibitors

17. CORROSION PREVENTIONS

  • Basic Theory
  • Detection and Measurement
  • Prevention and Material Used
  • Coating and Chemicals
  • Cathodic Protections and inhibitors

DESIGNED FOR

  • Production, Operations, Facilities and Senior Petroleum Engineers
  • Surface Equipment Technicians, Technical or Reservoir Engineers
  • Supervisory Personnel who interact with field facility engineers/operators
  • Production Managers and Field Production Supervisors
  • Engineers and other personnel involved with the daily operation and management of producing oil and gas wells.

 

Instructor

DR. Ir. Sudjati Rachmat, DEA
DR. Ir. Sudjati Rachmat, DEA  is General Manager of Program Development Department of ITB. He was an extreme dedicated consultant and researcher with countless hands-on expertise in analytical methods, engineering mathematics, computer simulation, fluid mechanic, mass and heat transfer. Mr. Sudjati has published numerous articles regarding of researches and analyses in France, Australia, USA and Singapore.

His expertise has brought him to one of the top-notch expert hired among UNOCAL, MOBIL OIL Indonesia, PPTM Migas, PT. CALTEX Pacific Indonesia, LEMIGAS, PT. LNG Bontang, VICO Indonesia, GULF, ARCO and PERTAMINA. He is an active member of SPE [Society of Petroleum Engineers] and Fine Particles Society, US. He holds Diplome d’Etude Approfondie and Docteur en Mecanique de Fluide in Methode Numerique from UCB, France.


Schedule
Sep 27-30, 2010
4 days

Venue
Papandayan Hotel, Bandung

Tuition Fee
Rp.7.250.000,-per participant, excluding accommodation & tax.

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