About the Course

Designed and provided by Petrogav International Oil & Gas Traning Center, this course is suitable for any one who wish to start their career in the oil and gas industry. For a better understanding of the course you need to be familiar with common terminology used in oil and gas industry and with upstream, midstream and downstream sectors.
This course reviews the basics of spill control response principles, organization, procedures, and equipment used. Attendees will be introduced to evaluation of spills, organization of response and communications, surveillance and tracking, data records and information. Acid gas removal is an important gas conditioning step that is required for natural gas streams that contain moderate to large amounts of carbon dioxide and hydrogen sulfide.
The treated gas specification depends upon the downstream requirements.These competencies set the base knowledge that is required for a successful career as an entry level facilities engineer, seasoned operator, and / or field supervisor. These modules provide an understanding of common terminology, hydrocarbons and their physical properties, qualitative and quantitative phase behavior, hydrates, and fluid flow. In addition, they provide a systematic approach to understanding the common types of equipment, and the primary unit operations in both offshore and onshore gas conditioning and processing facilities. After all various components and procedures are discussed, the information contained in morning reports is explained and used as a summary of the course content.

Target Audience

Target Audience
This course is suitable for any one who wish to start their career in the oil and gas industry, entry level oil and gas engineers, service and support personnel, production operations personnel, production office support staff and participants with or without a technical background.

You Will Learn

- About Surface and Subsurface equipment and how it is used
- Oil & gas exploitation terminology and abbreviations
- The purpose and basic operational aspects of wellhead, flow control equipment, and the major components used in a basic well completion in conventional plays
- The impact that drilling practices may have on reservoir productivity
- Describe the most relevant aspects of HSE in completion operations
- Specify the production target of a well and describe the type of completion or workover design components required to achieve the target
- Describe how a well flows, the impact of well control on fluid flow, and the most common control and monitoring devices

Course Content

- The overall drilling process and equipment
- Completing the well
- Understanding the abbreviations and acronyms associated with oil & gas exploitation
- Understanding the Piping and Instrumentation Diagrams - Subsurface equipment
- Surface equipment
- Well maintenance
- Enhanced Oil Recovery
- What is Crude Oil
- What is Natural Gas
- Uses of Natural Gas
- What are Petroleum Products
- Introduction to Natural Flow
- Introduction to ESP
- Introduction to Gas Lift
- Slick line
- Fishing
- Separation equipment
- Gas treatment, CO2, and H2S removal
- Dehydration of natural gas (TEG and Molecular Sieve)
- The different types of separators and their application
- Common configurations and internal devices for both vertical and horizontal separators
- Relief and flare systems
- Glycol dehydration; TEG
- Wellhead equipment and trees
- Options for completions and workovers
- Tubing, packers and completion equipment
- Safety and flow control devices
- Scale and corrosion
- Open hole completions
- Perforating
- Coil tubing operations
- Wireline techniques
- Well stimulation - surfactants, solvents, acidizing, hydraulic fracturing
- Formation and sand control - mechanical retention, chemical consolidation, and gravel packing
- Workover & Intervention
- Wellhead maintenance
- Safety on offshore production platforms
- Emergency situations generated by fire on offshore production platform
- Emergency situations generated by release on offshore production platform
- Man overboard on offshore production platform
- Abandon of offshore production platform in case of emergency situations

Course Schedule
1 month prerequisite video training module - self-paced, online - you will get acces to Corporate Video Training Platform with more than 600 movies and animations
1 month requisite e-learning course - self-paced, online or offline - you will learn the Production Course for Employment on Offshore Oil and Gas Platforms with 620 pages in word or pdf format
1 month - virtual, instructor-led sessions (live and pre-recorded)
After you attend the course you will get a lifetime acces to Corporate Learning Platform and Corporate Video Training Platform for continuous learning.

Product Details
Categories: Upstream
Disciplines: Oil & Gas Exploitation
Level: Basic
Product Type: Course
Formats Available: Virtual, instructor-led sessions (live and pre-recorded)
Instructor: Gavril Florinel, CEO and Co-founder of Petrogav International

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