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Allowing a previously domestic product to reach international borders, LNG is becoming a popular choice for stranded natural gas or overproducing regi...
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Classroom Courses
Direct Assessment
Feb 20 - 24
NACE Training Center, Houston, US

Study internal, external, and stress corrosion cracking DA, pre- and post-assessment, quality assurance, data analysis and integration, and remediation and mitigation activities. Learn the benefits and limitations of DA, its relationship to an overall integrity assessment program, and industry standards, regulations, and best practices.
IADC WellCAP Workover/Well Servicing
Feb 20 - 24
Wild Well Training Center, Lafayette, US

The Workover/Well Servicing course reviews the essentials of workover operations, which includes an in-depth look at Bullheading and Reverse Circulations, and covers basic well control as it relates to coiled tubing, snubbing, and wireline. (Fundamental or Supervisory level)
IADC WellCAP Workover/Well Servicing
Feb 20 - 24
Wild Well Training Center, Odessa, US

The Workover/Well Servicing course reviews the essentials of workover operations, which includes an in-depth look at Bullheading and Reverse Circulations, and covers basic well control as it relates to coiled tubing, snubbing, and wireline. (Fundamental or Supervisory level)
IADC WellSHARP Drilling or Drilling & Workover
Feb 27 - Mar 3
Wild Well Training Center, Houston, US

Drilling/Workover presents concepts of well control (Supervisory level) during normal drilling operations on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and workover operations on Friday. Rig Math is offered on Monday (optional day) and covers basic math, well control concepts and how to apply them, along with an emphasis on completing killsheets.
IADC WellSHARP Drilling, Driller level
Feb 27 - Mar 2
Wild Well Training Center, Odessa, US

The Driller level course offers basic, fundamental well control knowledge for crew members involved in day-to-day drilling operations, including kick detection and well shut in on Tuesday-Thursday. Rig Math is offered Monday (optional day) and covers basic math, well control concepts and application, along with an emphasis on completing killsheets.
IADC WellSHARP Drilling/Workover (with Subsea)
Feb 27 - Mar 3
Wild Well Training Center, Lafayette, US

Drilling/Workover/Subsea presents concepts of well control, reviews workover operations which include an in-depth look at Bullheading and Reverse Circulation, and covers well control methods and techniques for offshore environments. (Supervisory level)
Basic Corrosion
Feb 27 - Mar 3
NACE Training Center, Houston, US

Learn about corrosion and the potential problems caused by corrosion. This course provides a basic but thorough review of causes of corrosion and the methods by which it can be identified, monitored, and controlled.
Reservoir Engineering for Non-Reservoir Engineers
Feb 27 - Mar 2
City Center, Calgary, Canada

This 4 day course, designed for professionals who work with, or rely on, analyses provided by reservoir engineers, provides an understanding of the underlying value & limitations of the analyses provided by reservoir engineers, as well as a better understanding of the required data & assumptions involved in the practice of reservoir engineering.
Introduction to the Downstream Petroleum Industry
Feb 27 - 28
City Center, Calgary, Canada

This 2 day course is designed for downstream (refining, transportation, and marketing) sector employees, suppliers, government regulators, industrial petroleum buyers, or others interested in gaining a broad understanding of the refining, supply, and marketing of petroleum products.
Introduction to the Canadian Oil Sands
Feb 28 - Mar 1
City Center, Calgary, Canada

This 2 day course provides a comprehensive introduction to the Canadian oil sands industry. The sessions examine the entire industry value chain from subsurface resources through to the marketplace, and how the various segments of the industry interact. It is suitable for both technical and non-technical personnel.
Fundamentals of Project Management
Feb 28 - Mar 2
Westchase District, Houston, US

This 3 day workshop equips participants with the tools, skills, behavioral attributes & competencies needed to manage and design construction projects. The course is designed for people involved in managing the design and construction of operating facilities, including engineers, technologists, technicians, tradesmen & maintenance personnel.
Petroleum Engineering for Non-Engineers (4 Day)
Mar 6 - 9
City Center, Calgary, Canada

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.
CP1 - Cathodic Protection Tester
Mar 6 - 10
NACE Training Center, Houston, US

This course covers: theoretical knowledge and practical fundamentals for testing on both galvanic and impressed current CP systems; basic electricity; electrochemistry and corrosion concepts; CP theory; CP systems; and CP field measurement techniques.
IADC WellSHARP Drilling or Drilling & Workover
Mar 6 - 10
Wild Well Training Center, Odessa, US

Drilling/Workover presents concepts of well control (Supervisory level) during normal drilling operations on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and workover operations on Friday. Rig Math is offered on Monday (optional day) and covers basic math, well control concepts and how to apply them, along with an emphasis on completing killsheets.
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