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Artificial lift comprises various methods employed to bring oil to the surface, including sucker rod, hydraulic and submersible electric pumps, as wel...
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Classroom Courses
Basic Corrosion
Oct 23 - 27
NACE Training Center, Houston, US

Gain a basic but thorough review of causes of corrosion and the methods by which corrosion is identified, monitored, and controlled. Active participation is encouraged through hands-on experiments, case studies, and open discussion format.
Corrosion Control in the Refining Industry
Oct 23 - 27
NACE Training Center, Houston, US

Learn methods of corrosion control through material selection and designing a systematic method for applying the technology of corrosion prevention to the design process. Classroom instruction is comprised of lectures and open discussions.
Project Management for Engineering & Construction: FPM22
Oct 23 - 27
PetroSkills Conf. Center, Houston, TX, US

This course provides a comprehensive discussion of modern project management principles and practices as they relate to project concept selection, development planning, and engineering design; procurement; and construction activities for facilities in the oil and gas industry.
Primary Cementing - Cementing 1: PCE
Oct 23 - 26
PetroSkills Conf. Center, Houston, TX, US

Cementing is a key factor in the well construction plan. The base cement used in the designing of cement slurries may or may not be API class cement. The operating company and the service company personnel should have a good working knowledge of cement slurry design, cement additives, and placement procedures.
Completions & Workovers
Oct 23 - 27
PetroSkills Conf. Center, Houston, TX, US

The material progresses through each of the major design, diagnostic, and intervention technologies concluding with some common remedial measures and well abandonment. The course focuses on the practical aspects of each of the technologies, using design examples - successes and failures - to illustrate the key points of the design and the risks.
Reservoir Engineering for Non-Reservoir Engineers
Oct 24 - 27
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.
Certificate in FPSOs
Oct 26 - Nov 26
Online

This popular FPSO training course explores all aspects of Floating Production, Storage and Offloading systems. Delivered by tutored distance learning, the course explores the design, technology, commercial aspects, project management and operation and deployment of these important assets.
Introduction to ASME B31.3 Process Piping Code
Oct 30 - 31
City Center, Calgary, Canada

This 2 day course will introduce participants to the ASME B31.3 Process Piping Code. The Code provides requirements for the design, fabrication, examination and testing of metallic piping systems designed for the wide variety of fluid services used in the process industries. Selection of materials, pipe, valves and fittings will be discussed.
Well Log Interpretation
Oct 30 - Nov 3
PetroSkills Conf. Center, Houston, TX, US

The most universal, comprehensive, and concise descriptive documents on oil and gas wells are logs. They impact the work of almost every oilfield group from geologists to roustabouts to bankers. Familiarity with the purposes and optimum applications of well logs is, therefore, essential for people forging their careers in the oil business.
Advanced ASME B31.3 Process Piping Code
Nov 1 - 2
City Center, Calgary, Canada

The course covers advanced topics relating to ASME B31.3 Process Piping Code, with an emphasis on piping flexibility analysis process, including practice application of simplified methods and illustration of computer analysis methods. Requirements for nonmetallic, Category M fluid service and high pressure piping, plus in-service inspection to API 570 and a comparison to ASME B31.1 Power Piping are also covered.
Coating Inspector Program - CIP Level 1
Nov 4 - 9
Dubai Int'l Academic City, Dubai, UAE

Cover the technical and practical fundamentals of coating inspection work. Learn to perform basic coating inspections using non-destructive techniques and instrumentation. This course provides students with knowledge and application of coating materials, along with techniques for surface preparation.
Coating Inspector Program - CIP Level 2
Nov 5 - 10
NACE Training Center, Houston, US

Focus on advanced inspection techniques and specialized application methods for both steel and non-steel substrates, including concrete using both nondestructive and destructive techniques. Learn surface preparation, coating types, inspection criteria, lab testing, and failure modes for various coatings, including specialized coatings and linings.
Coating Inspector Program - CIP Level 1
Nov 5 - 10
NACE Training Center, Houston, US

Gain the technical and practical fundamentals of coating inspection work. Students will be prepared to perform basic coating inspections using non-destructive techniques and instrumentation. This course provides students with knowledge and application of coating materials, along with techniques for surface preparation.
Coating Inspector Program - CIP Level 1
Nov 5 - 10
NO Airport Hilton & Conf, New Orleans, US

Learn the technical and practical fundamentals of coating inspection work. Students will be prepared to perform basic coating inspections using non-destructive techniques and instrumentation. This course provides students with knowledge and application of coating materials, along with techniques for surface preparation.
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