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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 Fundamentals of Petroleum Geomechanics

Training Fundamentals of Petroleum Geomechanics

Drilling, Reservoir and Petroleum Engineering
Course Description This course covers the necessary fundamentals of geomechanics for wellbore applications; the origin of stresses in the subsurface and how in situ stresses can be understood from wellbore data; mechanical properties such as rock strength, the Mechanical Earth Model, and the origins of pore pressure and how it is measured and estimated. The course then proceeds to show how these data are applied through the Mechanical Earth Model to critical problems in exploration and field development. There are detailed case studies on wellbore stability sand production and hydraulic fracturing. The course also includes an introduction to reservoir geomechanics, showing the geomechanical influence of pressure changes in the reservoir. Course Objectives At the end of this course, you
Training Applied Reservoir Engineering Workshop

Training Applied Reservoir Engineering Workshop

Drilling, Reservoir and Petroleum Engineering
Course Description This course is designed to provide the participants with a solid understanding of reservoir engineering and associated modern theories in order to manage and maximize hydrocarbon recovery. Hands-on examples and exercises are used throughout the course to help participants with understanding key performance concepts. The course is formulated in a workshop format. Course Objectives Determining critical properties of reservoir rocks Fluid (oil, water, and gas) Calculating hydrocarbons initially in place using several methods Assessing reservoir performance with dynamic techniques Determining the parameters that impact well/reservoir performance over time Analyzing well tests using standard well testing principles and techniques Characterizing aquifers
Training Carbonate Reservoirs and Seismic Characterization

Training Carbonate Reservoirs and Seismic Characterization

Drilling, Reservoir and Petroleum Engineering
Course Description This course is designed to cover the basics of carbonate reservoir and more advanced notions of reservoir characterisation. Participants will be introduced to the basic concepts of sedimentology, diagenesis, pore geometry, and sequence stratigraphy and their implications on reservoir characterisation Course Objectives Understanding the integration between static and dynamic data in a coherent and consistent manner Characterising the reservoir rock types Building a geological framework with a zonation scheme Understanding how to integrate seismic and faults in the reservoir framework Using deterministic and stochastic algorithms to propagate petrophysical properties in three-dimensions Learning the process of ranking realisations and perform averagin...
Training Geostatistics and Reservoirs Modeling

Training Geostatistics and Reservoirs Modeling

Drilling, Reservoir and Petroleum Engineering
Course Description This course designed to understanding the fundamental theory and practice of reservoir description and modeling for reservoir management. Participants will learn the fundamental concepts of reservoir description and modeling using geostatistical techniques. This course emphasizes the principles and practice of integrated studies and uncertainty analysis Course Objectives Learning how to apply reservoir description and modeling to support reservoir management Recognizing the limitations and opportunities of reservoir modeling. Learning the Kriging techniques Understanding the  statistics and probability Who Should Attend? Petroleum/ Geophysicists/ Geologists/Reservoir engineers Technical/ reservoir engineers Processing engineers Commercial
Principles of Carbonate Reservoirs

Principles of Carbonate Reservoirs

Drilling, Reservoir and Petroleum Engineering
Course Description This course is designed to develop skills in understanding the geometry and petrophysical characteristics of carbonate reservoirs. Depositional fabric, grain type and size and subsequent diagenetic modifications are the major controls on carbonate reservoir behaviour. The complex inter-relationship of the depositional and burial history can be unravelled to allow prediction of reservoir facies and reconstruction  reservoir models. Course Objectives Learning  how Carbonates are formed and change through time resulting in the carbonate reservoirs we see today. Participants Learning how to identify carbonate facies, Understanding the effect of sequence stratigraphy on carbonates, Determining the controlling factors for porosity in carbonate reservoirs Who
Applied Reservoir Engineering

Applied Reservoir Engineering

Drilling, Reservoir and Petroleum Engineering
Course Description This course that is designed to provide the participants with a solid understanding of reservoir engineering and associated modern theories in order to manage and maximize hydrocarbon recovery. Hands-on examples and exercises are used throughout the course to help participants with understanding key performance concepts. Course Objectives Determining critical properties of reservoir rocks Fluid (oil, water, and gas) Calculating hydrocarbons initially in place using several methods Assessing reservoir performance with dynamic techniques Determining the parameters that impact well/reservoir performance over time Analyzing well tests using standard well testing principles and techniques Characterizing aquifers Determining reservoir drive mechanisms
Basic Drilling Overview Training

Basic Drilling Overview Training

BMG Training and Development, Drilling, Reservoir and Petroleum Engineering
Training Basic Drilling Overview Course overview Basic Drilling Overview course provides non-drilling personnel with the knowledge required for effective teamwork and communication with their drilling colleagues. Millions of people who support oil and gas operations hear concepts and terminology daily that they may not understand completely. In this industry, miscommunication can be costly. Basic Drilling Overview course can help you manage that risk by providing your support team an understanding of procedures used to drill a well. Our Basic Drilling Overview course provides new employees, office personnel, and anyone associated with drilling, but not involved in it day-to-day, with a thorough Total Quality Assurance understanding of oil and gas operations and why an operatio...
Training Petroleum Geology for Non Geologists

Training Petroleum Geology for Non Geologists

BMG Training and Development, Drilling, Reservoir and Petroleum Engineering
Petroleum Geology for Non Geologists Training Course Description The course will cover fundamentals of geological principles employed to find, develop and produce oil and gas reservoirs, the type of data required to build a model of the subsurface, and the different methods used to display information. Furthermore, this course will demystify the language used by geoscientists and help participants understand the relevance of petroleum geology within the overall framework of the upstream oil and gas industry. Course Objectives Recognizing the components of the structure of the Earth Identifying the main rock types, their origins and their roles in petroleum generation and entrapment Understanding how drilling, completing and reworking a well affects its ability to produce ...
Training Process Safety Management

Training Process Safety Management

BMG Training and Development, Drilling, Reservoir and Petroleum Engineering, Health, Safety And Environment
Process Safety Management Training Course overview This course provides the knowledge necessary to acquire a consistent approach to achieve an efficient development to effectively manage Process Safety in production facilities. Objective   describe standards and participate in the deterministic methods of safety engineering, explain the different elements of process safety management and identify strategies for implementation, identify and describe the safety critical elements in the production process, explain the most relevant features of asset integrity, define roles and responsibilities applicable to process safety management, establish process safety management objectives. Who Should Attend Engineers, technicians and staff, n...
Selection of Drilling, Completion and Workover Fluids Training

Selection of Drilling, Completion and Workover Fluids Training

BMG Training and Development, Drilling, Reservoir and Petroleum Engineering
Training Selection of Drilling, Completion and Workover Fluids Course overview This course gives a technical overview of the science and art of drilling operations, completion practices and post-completion wellbore enhancement or remedial workover techniques (well intervention). It develops an understanding of the what, why, and how of each of these areas of engineering practice. Reservoir Engineers will learn what can be done within open-hole and cased wells as they execute reservoir management. Drilling and completion personnel will learn how the producing reservoir can be damaged or stimulated by what they do. The participants learn to visualize what is happening "downhole", discover what can be accomplished and gain an appreciation for wellbore risks and the possibility of ...
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