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Deep Water Oil & Gas Development Training Course

No Date Location Register
1 06 - 08 Nov 2019 Bandung Register

OVERVIEW

This course is designed to give the participant a state-of-the-art review and update, thereby providing an overall understanding of the complexity of the deep marine system and gas development. It will outline the processes and faces and how they evolve on the slope and in the open ocean; discuss how these faces build into distinctive architectural elements and how they can be recognized in the subsurface. The course also covers analysis and interpretation of seismic records, sea floor images, well logs (including borehole image logs), core materials, and outcrop characteristics of the component elements of deep-water reservoirs, emphasizing internal architecture as related to reservoir performance. Examples from different deep-water plays around the world will be used to further illustrate their exploration, appraisal, development and reservoir management.

OBJECTIVES

By the end of this training course, participants will be able to:

  • Plan the engineering design, procurement & construction
  • Make an organization breakdown structure for projects
  • Form the alocation of project planning resources (manpower, heavy equipments, and etc)
  • Oversees the development of a project
  • Knowing the cost and the effective time related to the progress of projects

TARGET PARTICIPANTS

  • All geologists
  • Geophysicists and petroleum engineers involved in exploration and development of the deepwater play.
  • Project managers for deepwater plays and reservoir production.

 COURSE CONTENTS

  • Marine seismic exploration
  • Drilling - well control, pressure management, riser/BOP,  and MODUs
  • Station keeping—mooring and dynamic positioning
  • Currents, VIV, vessel hydrodynamics
  • Pipelines/flowlines – construction and maintenance
  • Production risers
  • Subsea completions– processing, control systems, well maintenance, and seafloor processing
  • Turbidite systems at outcrop
  • Rock analogs for the subsurface (including injected sands)
  • Modern deepwater systems
  • Alternative reservoir geometrics
  • Seismic character of deepwater systems
  • Borehole/wireline characteristics
  • Significance and use of various tools
  • Correlation of reservoir units
  • Predictive models for sand distribution
  • Critical data input to reserve models