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Jan 22 - Mar 5
Production Operations 1: Virtual
Online, US
The Production Operations Blended Program represents the core foundation series of PetroSkills’ production engineering curriculum. Participants will become familiar with both proven historical production practices as well as current technological advances to enhance oil and gas production. This workshop will be delivered virtually.
Jan 29 - Feb 2
CP1 - Cathodic Protection Tester
NACE Training Center, Houston, US
Study both theoretical knowledge and practical techniques for testing and evaluating data to determine the effectiveness of both galvanic and impressed current CP systems and to gather design data.
Jan 29 - Feb 2
Pipeline Corrosion Integrity Management
NACE Training Center, Houston, US
Get comprehensive up-to-date coverage of the various aspects of time-dependent deterioration threats to liquid and gas pipeline systems. Focus on interpreting integrity related data, performing an overall integrity assessment on a pipeline system, calculating and quantifying risk, and making recommendations on risk management.
Feb 5 - Feb 9
CP2 - Cathodic Protection Technician
NACE Training Center, Houston, US
Get intermediate-level training in both theoretical knowledge and practical techniques for testing and evaluating data to determine the effectiveness of both galvanic and impressed current CP systems and to gather design data.
Feb 5 - Feb 9
CP1 - Cathodic Protection Tester
NACE Training Center, Houston, US
Get both theoretical knowledge and practical techniques for testing and evaluating data to determine the effectiveness of both galvanic and impressed current CP systems and to gather design data.
Feb 5 - Feb 9
Pipeline Corrosion Assessment Field Techniques
NACE Training Center, Houston, US
Cover corrosion basic principles and theory, field techniques, direct assessment, in-line inspection and hydro testing techniques, indirect inspections, direct examination, safety and data documentation.
Feb 12 - Feb 16
Direct Assessment
NACE Training Center, Houston, US
Study internal, external, and stress corrosion cracking direct assessment, along with pre- and post-assessment, quality assurance, data analysis and integration, and remediation and mitigation activities. Cover the benefits and limitations of Direct Assessment, its relationship to an overall integrity assessment program and industry best practices.
Feb 12 - Feb 16
CP2 - Cathodic Protection Technician
NACE Training Center, Houston, US
Get intermediate-level training in both theoretical knowledge and practical techniques for testing and evaluating data to determine the effectiveness of both galvanic and impressed current CP systems and to gather design data.
Feb 12 - Feb 14
Basic Petroleum Economics: BEC3
PetroSkills Conf. Center, Houston, US
Could you answer the following three questions for your next project? What will it cost? What is it worth? Will it earn sufficient profit? Before undertaking any project, these questions should be answered, and this course will provide the fundamentals necessary to enable you to do so.
Feb 12 - Feb 23
Oil Production & Processing Facilities: PF-4
PetroSkills Conf. Center, Houston, US
The emphasis of this course is on oil production facilities - from the wellhead, to the delivery of a specification crude oil product, to the refinery. Both onshore and offshore facilities are discussed. Produced water treating and water injection systems are also covered.
Feb 12 - Feb 16
Expanded Basic Petroleum Economics: BEC
PetroSkills Conf. Center, Houston, US
Participants practice cash flow techniques for economic evaluations and investigate frequently encountered situations. Participants are invited to submit their own economic problems (in advance), if appropriate. Each participant will receive Economics of Worldwide Petroleum Production, written specifically for PetroSkills courses.
Feb 12 - Feb 16
Electrical Engineering Fundamentals for Facilities Engineers: E-3
PetroSkills Conf. Center, Houston, US
This course applies fundamental electrical engineering principles to oil and gas facilities. The course is designed for Facilities Engineers who interface with electrical systems, and provides practical insight and development of new Facilities Electrical Engineers.
Feb 18 - Feb 23
Coating Inspector Program (CIP) Level 2
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. Surface prep, coating types, inspection criteria, lab testing, and failure modes for various coatings, including specialized coatings and linings are covered.
Feb 18 - Feb 23
Coating Inspector Program (CIP) Level 1
NACE Training Center, Houston, US
**HELD IN SPANISH** Study 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.
Feb 19 - Feb 23
Corrosion Control in the Refining Industry
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.
Feb 19 - Feb 23
Instrumentation & Controls Fundamentals for Facilities Engineers: IC-3
PetroSkills Conf. Center, Houston, US
This course applies fundamental instrumentation and control engineering principles to oil and gas facilities design and operation, and is designed to accelerate the development of new Facilities Instrumentation and Control Engineers.
Feb 19 - Feb 23
Reservoir Fluid Properties: Preparation for Reservoir Engineering & Simulation Studies: RFP
PetroSkills Conf. Center, Houston, US
This course goes beyond the usual description of reservoir fluid properties. The underlying purpose is to be able to prepare the most accurate possible set of values of fluid properties for use in other engineering calculations. An understanding of the advantages of the application of both laboratory data and correlations will be provided.
Feb 19 - Feb 23
well Log Interpretation: WLI
PetroSkills Conf. Center, Houston, Uruguay
Familiarity with the purposes and optimum applications of well logs is essential for people forging their careers in the oil business. The instructor uses a novel approach to help participants develop a good grounding in understanding and applying well logging techniques.
Feb 26 - Mar 9
Applied Reservoir Engineering: RE
PetroSkills Conf. Center, Houston, US
This course represents the core of our reservoir engineering program and the foundation for all future studies in this subject. Numerous engineering practices are covered, ranging from fluid and rock properties to simulation and field development planning. Also available virtually.
Feb 26 - Mar 2
Completions & Workovers: CAW
PetroSkills Conf. Center, Houston, US
Completions and Workovers provides an integrated introduction to many facets of completion and intervention technology. The material progresses through each of the major design, diagnostic, and intervention technologies concluding with some common remedial measures and well abandonment.

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Feb 5 - Feb 7
Oilfield Minerals & Markets Forum Middle East 2018
InterContinental Regency , Bahrain, Bahrain
Oilfield minerals supply and demand trends in the Middle East and Central Asia. Covering barite, bentonite, frac sand, proppants, gilsonite, LCMs, well cements, drilling fluids, processing, logistics. Essential for all active in supply chain of oilfield minerals from suppliers to buyers.
Feb 5
Critical Geomechanics Concepts and Applications to Unconventionals Completions
Doubletree, Lafayette, LA, US
This course presents the basics of oil field geomechanics and its application to unconventional developments; specifically, the role of stress, pore pressure, mechanical properties, and natural fractures on hydraulic fracturing operations.
Feb 5
Diagnosis and Analysis of Waterfloods
Doubletree, Lafayette, LA, US
This course covers well performance diagnosis and performance forecasting. Attendees will learn modern analytical tools and deal with data and their quality that enter into various studies.
Feb 5 - Feb 6
Hydraulic Fracturing-Design and Treatment
Doubletree, Lafayette, LA, US
This course covers the fundamental principles concerning how hydraulic fracturing treatments can be used to stimulate oil and gas wells. It includes discussions on how to select wells for stimulation, what controls fracture propagation, fracture width, etc., how to develop data sets, and how to calculate fracture dimensions. The course also covers information concerning fracturing fluids, propping agents, and how to design and pump successful fracturing treatments.
Feb 5 - Feb 6
Cement Evaluation and Remediation
Doubletree, Lafayette, LA, US
This course examines methods for detecting fluid channels, voids and leaks, and how to repair them. It also covers the logging tools and technologies use to evaluate the integrity of the cement prior to initial completion or anytime during the life of the well. The first day of class is dedicated to evaluating cement and the second day to repairs.
Feb 5 - Feb 6
Formation Damage Prevention
Doubletree, Lafayette, LA, US
This independent course provides participants with a unique insight into formation damage through the practical integration of regional, core, well and drilling data. The course aims to demystify the subject of formation damage and promote a formation damage awareness culture, encouraging participants to challenge convention and think about the implications of damage throughout a field or well life cycle – from drilling to production.
Feb 5 - Feb 6
Formation Damage in Waterflooding, Produced Water Re-Injection and EOR
Doubletree, Lafayette, LA, US
The course will provide an overview at an awareness level of common formation damage issues in waterflooding, PWRI, and chemical EOR, with a focus on subsurface-related topics such as well injectivity, well productivity and sweep.
Feb 5 - Feb 6
Understanding Inorganic Scaling–Mechanisms, Control and Management
Doubletree, Lafayette, LA, US
This course is an introduction to inorganic scaling. It includes an overview of the different types of inorganic oilfield scales encountered during production, and the various methods used to control them. Field examples will illustrate the importance of an effective scale management strategy.
Feb 6
Multistage Completions, Fracturing, and Refracturing in Shales
Doubletree, Lafayette, LA, US
This course gives an overview for completing, fracturing, and refracturing shales and other low-permeability formations that require multistage hydraulic fracturing.
Feb 6
Fracpacking for Sand Control
Doubletree, Lafayette, LA, US
This course will demonstrate why fracpack technology has become a popular as a sand control method. It includes defining some basic terminology associated with the two technologies that lead to successful fracpacking.
Feb 6
Assessing Wellbore Safety and Integrity
Doubletree, Lafayette, LA, US
This course probes well integrity questions with analytical models embedded in fluid flow and heat transfer principles. Attendees will learn the principles of analytical tools that enable us to diagnose and seek remediation of wellbore safety issues.
Feb 7
Water Treating for Shale Operations
PPDC of Midland College, Midland, TX, US
This course provides both an overview of water management and an in-depth look at critical issues related to sourcing (acquiring), reusing, recycling, and disposing of water in shale operations.
Feb 12 - Feb 13
S&P Global Platts 17th Annual Liquefied Natural Gas Conference
The Houstonian Hotel, Houston, TX, US
Join fellow executives in the LNG supply chain — Upstream, pipelines, terminals, traders, and buyers to hear expert perspectives on current industry questions at S&P Global Platts 17th Annual Liquefied Natural Gas conference, February 12-13, 2018 in Houston, TX. For more information or to register, visit www.platts.com/lngconference

 

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