How Does Well Completion Work?
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The process involved in transforming a drilled well into a producing one, well completion incorporates casing, cementing and perforating a well....
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Classroom Courses
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.
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.
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.
Geology for Non-Geologists (2 Day)
Mar 7 - 8
Westchase District, Houston, US

This 2 day introductory course targets industry professionals with no prior geological training and provides an understanding of fundamental geological principles & the background required to communicate more effectively with geoscientists. It delivers preliminary exposure to the main geologic principles that are employed in petroleum exploration.
Introduction to Natural Gas Gathering and Processing
Mar 7 - 8
Westchase District, Houston, US

This 2 day course is designed to familiarize participants with the basic aspects of behavior and characteristics of natural gas, and the common processes and equipment used in gas gathering and processing.
Coating Inspector Program - CIP Level 1
Mar 12 - 17
NACE Training Center, Houston, US

This course covers the technical and practical fundamentals of coating inspection work for structural steel projects. Learn coating materials and techniques for surface preparation and application that prepares the student to perform basic coating inspections using non-destructive techniques and inspection instrumentation.
Coating Inspector Program - CIP Level 2
Mar 12 - 17
NACE Training Center, Houston, US

This course focuses on advanced inspection techniques and specialized application methods for both steel and non-steel substrates, including concrete. It provides in-depth coverage of: surface preparation; coating types; inspection criteria; lab testing; and failure modes for various coatings, including specialized coatings and linings.
Designing for Corrosion Control
Mar 12 - 16
Dubai Int'l Academic City, Dubai, UAE

Review the principles of corrosion control and a systematic method for applying the technology of corrosion prevention to the design process. Learn the steps involved in materials selection. Also learn economic considerations of corrosion control in system design and financial principles used in evaluating alternative materials and design.
Internal Corrosion for Pipelines - Advanced
Mar 13 - 17
NACE Training Center, Houston, US

This course focuses on monitoring techniques and mitigation strategies required to assess internal corrosion and develop and manage internal corrosion control programs. Data interpretation, analysis and integration, and criteria for determining corrective action for high-level internal corrosion problems within a pipeline system, will be covered.
Petroleum Engineering for Non-Engineers (4 Day)
Mar 13 - 16
Westchase District, Houston, US

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.
Reciprocating Compressor - Overview
Mar 13 - 14
Westchase District, Houston, US

This 2 day course provides an overview of the operation and components of a reciprocating compressor. Reciprocating compressors are the work horse in the gas industry, with thousands of units in operation. This course is targeted to anyone interested in becoming familiar with these compressors, including engineers and technicians.
Reciprocating Compressor Performance
Mar 15 - 16
Westchase District, Houston, US

This 2 day course is geared to professionals involved in assessing the performance of reciprocating compressors. It is based on case studies in which attendees resolve problems. The course blends field reliability issues, including performance troubleshooting, with design issues involved in new or modified compressor applications.
Fundamentals of Stress Management
Mar 15
City Center, Calgary, Canada

This 1 day course provides an excellent overview of how to navigate through the challenge of personal and organizational stress. The sessions will give participants a template for greater sustainability and resilience, while balancing this with the positive value of stress in our personal and organizational lives.
Introduction to Energy Trading and Hedging
Mar 15 - 16
Westchase District, Houston, US

This 2 day course is designed to give a practical understanding of the basic energy derivative structures that are used in trading, marketing and risk management today. Emphasis is on understanding how financial tools are added to physical market components to manage the risk faced by both energy users and suppliers.
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