What Is Tight Gas, and How Is It Produced?
A form of unconventional gas, tight gas is locked in impermeable formations and requires secondary production methods to effectively bring it to the s...
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Classroom Courses
Exploration Data Contouring, Mapping and Interpretation
Feb 16 - 17
City Center, Calgary, Canada

This two-day course, designed for explorationists, will assist participants in developing map data contouring skills required to produce reliable and high quality maps in support of exploration and production activities in the petroleum industry. The sessions will emphasize the explorationist's role as a searcher for deeply hidden hydrocarbons.
Petroleum Engineering for Non-Engineers
Feb 16 - 19
Tower of London Area, London, UK

This 4 day course is designed to provide non-engineering professionals with a thorough overview of the key aspects of petroleum engineering technology and applications. It addresses engineering issues ranging from initial involvement at the exploration stage to production optimization challenges. The course focus on relevant and practical.
Subsea 102 / Introduction to BOP MUX Control Systems
Feb 16 - 18
Subsea Training Solutions, Houston, US

A three-day IADC accredited course that provides a solid comparison and contrast overview of systems, tracking the electrical-hydraulic signal logic and fluid flow sequences from initiation at the remote panel to stack end device actuations. Prerequisite: Subsea 101 and some electronics-electrical background. Course is delivered in our state-of-the-art 3D Training Center in Houston.
Fundamentals of Oil and Gas Property Acquisition and Finance
Feb 17 - 19
Westchase District, Houston, US

This 3-day course is designed for industry professionals requiring an understanding of the unique aspects of oil and gas property transactions. The course will focus on the skills required in evaluation (both buy-side and sell-side), financing, acquisition, and exploitation planning for an oil and gas entity.
Shale and Tight Oil & Gas for Petroleum Engineers and Geologists
Feb 17 - 19
Westchase District, Houston, US

This 3-day course focuses on the technologies currently being applied in evaluating and developing oil & wet gas from shale & tight reservoirs. Topics include core tests, rock characteristics, economics, fracturing objectives & methods, stage design fundamentals, fluid & additive options, horizontal drilling & completions & emerging technologies.
Fundamentals of Project Management
Feb 17 - 19
City Center, Calgary, Canada

This three-day workshop will equip participants with the tools, skills, behavioral attributes, and competencies needed to manage design and construction projects. Using lectures, discussion, and case studies, the focus will be on practical applications and techniques for immediate implementation and project results.
Introduction to Petroleum Engineering for Non-Engineers
Feb 22 - 23
Westchase District, Houston, US

This 2-day course provides non-engineering technical & non-technical professionals with a overview of key aspects of petroleum engineering technology & its applications. It addresses engineering issues ranging from initial involvement with explorationists, reserves evaluation & field development, production optimization & well drilling.
Reservoir Engineering for Non-Reservoir Engineers
Feb 22 - 25
City Center, Calgary, Canada

This 4 day course is for those working with, or rely on, analyses provided by reservoir engineers. It provides an understanding of the underlying value and limitations of their analyses provided by reservoir engineers, as well as a better understanding of the required data and assumptions involved in the practice of reservoir engineering.
Design of subsea pipelines
Feb 23 - 26
Aberdeen, UK

This course covers the techniques for basic subsea pipeline design, including diameter, wall thickness and material selection, plus thermal and concrete weight coating selection and sizing. Delegates will also benefit from discussions around industry developments and the latest technologies.
Natural Gas Processing - Dehydration, Refrigeration, and Fractionation
Feb 23 - 25
City Center, Calgary, Canada

This 3-day course is designed to familiarize technical professionals with the design & operation of several common gas plant processing blocks. The course covers dehydration systems used in typical field gathering & plant facilities, mechanical propane refrigeration, tower operations & troubleshooting used in absorption & fractionation services.
Introduction to Geology for Non-Geologists
Feb 24 - 25
City Center, Calgary, Canada

This 2-day course targets industry professionals with no prior geological training. It provides an understanding of fundamental geological principles and the background required to communicate more effectively with geoscientists. The course provides preliminary exposure to the main geologic principles that are employed in petroleum exploration.
IADC's RigPass
Feb 29
Subsea Training Solutions, Houston, US

This one-day course is the IADC's RigPass® program, which delivers a standardized safety orientation program for new employees. Completion of this programs that personnel have met basic requirements defined by safety and training professionals in the drilling industry, irrespective of the rig's location. These programs also satisfy the SafeLandUSA and SafeGulf requirements. The course is delivered in our Houston Training Center.
Subsea 100 Introduction to Well-Control Equipment
Mar 1
Subsea Training Solutions, Houston, US

A 1-day well-control equipment primer covering the history and anatomy of onshore and offshore drilling rigs. Different types of drilling rigs are covered and students receive a solid overview of BOP components and control systems. This course is ideally suited for anyone entering the oil and gas industry, personnel changing roles, or anyone looking to improve their knowledge of well-control equipment. Please contact training@subseasolutions.net.
Construction of subsea pipelines
Mar 1 - 5
Aberdeen, UK

A practitioner course delivering expert level understanding of the equipment and different vessels used for laying offshore pipe work. Giving you the confidence to understand technical and theoretical applications of offshore pipeline installation, understanding mitigation options and application in a variety of scenarios.
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