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Drilling, Reservoir and Petroleum Engineering Courses Indonesia – Oil and Gas, Geothermal Training

Drilling engineering is an important field within petroleum engineering and a petroleum or reservoir engineer supports the entire lifecycle of an oil or gas field. Drilling deep underground is a key part of the oil extraction process and drilling engineers are focused on safe drilling procedures and the logistics of this process.

Drilling engineers usually work closely with geologists to identify potential hazards. This information is then used to determine the most effective drilling equipment, technique and plan. Other tasks include injection well development, where the aim is to increase the ease with which oil can be extracted from a reservoir. A drilling engineer will spend the majority of his time on site, which can involve extended periods of travel to the remote locations where oil is located. The petroleum engineering industry often has high monetary risks associated with drilling projects. As a consequence, employers tend to desire candidates with an accredited educational background in engineering and professional licensing.

The Drilling, Reservoir and Petroleum Engineering Courses cover introductions to petroleum drilling, completions and production, reservoir mechanics, fundamentals of rock and fluid properties, composition and PVT properties of petroleum fluids and basic physical and chemical properties of petroleum reservoir fluids related to reservoir processes and production.

These Drilling, Reservoir and Petroleum Engineering Courses Indonesia, Yogyakarta, Jakarta, Bandung, Bogor, Cirebon, Solo, Semarang, Surabaya, Malang, Bali, Lombok, Samarinda, Balikpapan, Banjarmasin, Pontianak, Makassar, Medan, Palembang, Lampung, Timor Leste, Thailand, Singapore , Kuala Lumpur.   and abroad cover formulas and references for everything from evaluating prospects to determining potential productivity and profitability, just in time tips to help make your career successful.

In addition to the petroleum engineering typical courses in drilling engineering, geology and fluid mechanics, our Drilling, Reservoir and Petroleum Engineering Courses offer participants specialized industry coursework which can include petroleum economics, reservoir rock properties, drilling mechanics, reservoir flooding and reservoir rock characteristics. All this is coupled with programs that usually offer various simulations in a variety of areas, such as well drilling, petroleum reserves and well completion, where participants can solve potential problems using computer programs.

Our Drilling, Reservoir and Petroleum Engineering Courses Indonesia

You will be provided with advanced equipment, such as computer modeling and imaging programs, to learn how to locate reserves of oil and natural gas, determine the location and amount of fuel in underground reservoirs, make adjustments throughout the entire drilling process, analyze of the amount of fuel in reserve and the duration of reserve viability for investment purposes, decide on extraction costs and profit comparisons, make decisions about whether or not to go ahead with drilling ventures, adjust their analysis for outside factors, such as machine efficiency or fluctuations in the price of oil and other techniques and procedures in Drilling, Reservoir and Petroleum Engineering.

Training Advanced Casing Design

Training Advanced Casing Design

Drilling, Reservoir and Petroleum Engineering
Course Description Casing design is an integral part of a drilling engineer's work scope. This course provides a comprehensive overview of the design process, emphasizing the working stress approach currently used in the industry. Upon completion, participants will be able to select casing points, identify tubular requirements, loads, and present a design which incorporates life cycle considerations. Estimation of standard and special loads is covered in detail. Standard theories of strength and failure are discussed as well as advanced considerations for combined loads. Topics related to safe handling, running and hanging practices will additionally be covered. Course Objectives Selecting casing setting depths based on pore and fracture pressure data as well as other criteria De...
Training Casing and Cementing

Training Casing and Cementing

Drilling, Reservoir and Petroleum Engineering
Course Description Cementing is a very important phase of the well construction plan. Operating company personnel must have a good working knowledge of cements, cementing additives, and placement procedures. The operator is critical to the success of the job. This course covers the importance of the cement sheath integrity during the life of the well. The parameters that the cement sheath will be subjected to must be considered. The course covers the use of cement formulations, cement additives, casing hardware, cement blending, on-site mixing equipment, and a well-planned job procedure. Cementing guidelines that aid in overall job performance will be covered. Course Objectives Familiarizing with  the selection of casing sizes and setting depths to achieve well objectives Determi
Training Well Logging Quality Control

Training Well Logging Quality Control

Drilling, Reservoir and Petroleum Engineering
Course Description This short course introduces fundamental log quality control concepts for all open hole logs usually run in wells. The participants will learn how to effectively control the quality of all logs in real time. The exercises are developed with actual logs ran in real wells, so the participants will be exposed to log quality control on real data. At the end of the course the participants will be trained to perform log quality control on real time at wellsite as well as post-morten in the office. Furthermore, this course establishes some general guidelines for conducting logging operations, reviewing tool calibrations, monitoring survey progress, calculating shale volume, porosity, water saturation, and permeability from older open and cased hole well logs. Integration and c...
Training Rig Equipment

Training Rig Equipment

Drilling, Reservoir and Petroleum Engineering
Course Description The rig consists of main and auxiliary components that are operated together to achieve a certain role, drilling a hole, run casing, repair a failed well. Knowing the different items, operation windows and limitations, procedures and standards, measures and controls is the purpose of this course. Basic and new technology for rig equipment are discussed as well. By the end of this course you will be able to name and to know the role of different rig equipment. Course Objectives Learning the terminology used in drilling operations Naming the different rig equipment Exploring power system and efficiency factors Estimating the required power to operate the rig Learning limitations and testing of different equipment Learning correct practices while handl...
Training IWCF Well Intervention Pressure Control Certification Preparation Level 4 – Supervisors

Training IWCF Well Intervention Pressure Control Certification Preparation Level 4 – Supervisors

Drilling, Reservoir and Petroleum Engineering
Course Description This program is aimed at people who are in critical well control positions during well intervention operations.  The course covers topics such as well control methods and influx characteristics. Shut-in procedure is also discussed. This course is only a preparation for the IWCF certification. The fee does not include practical and written assessments. Certification application is to be done by the participants. Course Objectives To be able to identify the accountabilities of program signatories To know the causes and effects of unplanned inflow To be able to recognize potential causes of losses To be able to define gas migration To describe how the lubricates and bleed methods can be applied To detect a possible blockage anywhere in the well W
Training IWCF Drilling Well Control Certification Preparation Level 4 – Supervisors

Training IWCF Drilling Well Control Certification Preparation Level 4 – Supervisors

Drilling, Reservoir and Petroleum Engineering
Course Description The aim of this course is to provide the knowledge, understanding and practical skills necessary to apply safe well control practices in surface and subsea installations. This course is only a preparation for the IWCF certification. The fee does not include practical and written assessments. Certification application is to be done by the participants.   Course Objectives To understand the primary well control. To understand the origins of pressure. To understand what the causes of kicks. To understand the dynamic wellbore pressures. Managers Who Should Attend? Supervisors Engineers Driller Course Details/Schedule Introduction Well control management Origins of pressure Primary well control Dynamic wellbore pressur
Training IWCF Drilling Well Control Certification Preparation Level 2 – Introduction

Training IWCF Drilling Well Control Certification Preparation Level 2 – Introduction

Drilling, Reservoir and Petroleum Engineering
Course Description The Introduction to Well Control course provides potential an awareness of well control theory, practices and equipment using a combination of drilling simulator and classroom theory/exercises. This course is only a preparation for the IWCF certification. The fee does not include practical and written assessments. Certification application is to be done by the participants.  Course Objectives To understand the Kicks . To understand the controlling the well. To understand the trip tank system. To understand the basic tripping calculations. Who Should Attend? Driller Engineers Personnel involved in drilling / workover operation who are preparing to attend a well control school for the first time. Course Details/Schedule Introducti
Training IWCF Drilling Well Control Certification Preparation Level 3 – Drillers

Training IWCF Drilling Well Control Certification Preparation Level 3 – Drillers

Drilling, Reservoir and Petroleum Engineering
Course Description This programme is designed for people in critical well control positions on drilling installations as well as onshore roles. The standards in the syllabus are based on the practical skills and knowledge required for level 3. Performance criteria have been developed for each of the standards contained in the syllabus. This course is only a preparation for the IWCF certification. The fee does not include practical and written assessments. Certification application is to be done by the participants. Course Objectives To understand the need for well control training and assessment. To understand what hydrostatic pressure is To understand well barrier philosophy in drilling and workover operations To know what is meant by the term kick warning sign. To u...
Training Production Logging in Horizontal Wells

Training Production Logging in Horizontal Wells

Drilling, Reservoir and Petroleum Engineering
Course Description The course will discuss old and new technologies of production logging tools in horizontal wells from different service providers, procedures, and techniques to improve and increase oil, and production. The entire course structure applies proven methodologies and integrated methods approach that allows engineers to make precise decisions on optimizing well flow rates. Upon completion of the course the participant will gain insight into analyzing and diagnosing well problems, including cross flow, leak behind pipe, fluid entrance, others. Course Objectives Understanding fundamentals of: Current and Old Tools in the Market Basics of Multi Flow Behavior Flow Patterns in Horizontal hole Basics of Data Processing Tool Combinations Processed Data Interp
Training Open Hole Logging

Training Open Hole Logging

Drilling, Reservoir and Petroleum Engineering
Course Description Although some experience with reading logs is an advantage, this course is ideal for anyone who has no prior knowledge or experience, especially newcomers to the oil industry. In one week you will gain all the confidence you need to understand and interpret all the basic open-hole logs. Course Objectives Understanding and  recognize all the basic logs Know what they are measuring Learning how to read them, recognize all the common rock types Identify hydrocarbon zones, calculate porosity and water saturations Have confidence in your choice of interpretation parameters. Who Should Attend? Geologists Geophysicists Petroleum Engineers Petrophysicists Technicians/ Managers, if they are exposed to (or use) open-hole logs in their dail