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October 19, 2006
Today's Events :
Fundamentals of HPHT (High Pressure High Temperature) Well Completion Design

Event Date :  eu-US  8:30 AM - 4:30 PM (GMT 0)
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October 17 to October 19, 2006
Fundamentals of HPHT (High Pressure High Temperature) Well Completion Design
London, United Kingdom

This 3-day course is designed for engineers and technologists regularly involved in normal completion designs and practices who wish to learn about the uniqueness of HPHT Completion sesign, as well as operations superintendents, managers, or specialists who require an appreciation for the complex nature of HPHT completions. The course will provide an engineering design methodology for planning of High Pressure and High Temperature wells, which are becoming much more prevalent in the industry. These trends require significantly more detailed engineering and preparation, ensuring operations and equipment are safely implemented. The importance of adequate stress and temperature profile analyses, tubular and connection selection criteria, proper completion equipment selection, completion fluid selection, operational considerations, and detailed timely planning will be emphasized. The utilization of a commercial thermal and stress analysis software will be demonstrated and classroom exercises will re-enforce the principles being taught. A complete set of course materials and lunches are included.

Course Outline
Introduction
Planning, Preparation, and Programming
Design Methodology
Tubular and Connection Selection
Production and Temperature Simulations
Stress Simulations
Wellhead Selection
Multi-String Interaction and Wellhead Movement
Packer and Downhole Equipment Selection
Completion Fluids including Barrier Philosophy
Perforating
Stimulation
QA/QC
Contingency Planning & Interventions
Example Problems


http://www.peice.com/eventdetails.aspx?event=102379&frfi=84627
 
Contact:  Skip Hiebert, 1-403-923-3748

Edited by Forum Administrator - 10/13/2006 8:49 PM GMT
Fundamentals of Well Completions and Workover Operations

Event Date :  eu-US  2:30 PM - 10:30 PM (GMT 0)
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Event Details :  October 18 to October 21, 2006
Fundamentals of Well Completions and Workover Operations

Houston, USA
This three day course is an introduction for engineers, technologists, service personnel and others involved in the planning and programming of completion and workover operations. This course provides an overview of the completion and workover design process, and a fundamental explanation of the well and service equipment and operations. Technical explanations of common practices are given, along with troubleshooting hints, strategies for getting the most out of equipment, and a methodology for detailed field operations programming. The course materials include condensed technical information for field reference, lunches are included.

Course Outline :
Introduction
Completion Design Process
Reservoir Parameters & Hydrostatics
Safety and Regulations & IRP’s
Well Performance
Service Rig Equipment
Wellbore & Completion Equipment
Elastomers
Tubing and Threads
Perforating & Gun Performance
Artificial Lift Equipment
Completion and Workover Fluids
Well Testing
Formation Damage
Stimulation
Cased Hole Logs
Primary & Remedial Cementing
Sand Scale & Hydrates
Wireline, Coiled Tubing, Snubbing, & Fishing
Program Preparation and Supervision
http://www.peice.com/eventdetails.aspx?event=102292&frfi=84627
 
Contact:  Domenic Mancuso, 403-539-1207

Edited by Forum Administrator - 10/13/2006 8:50 PM GMT
Fundamentals of Horizontal Well Technology

Event Date :  eu-US  2:30 PM - 10:30 PM (GMT 0)
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October 19 to October 20, 2006
Fundamentals of Horizontal Well Technology
Houston, USA

This two day course will provide important principles necessary to understand and successfully apply the technology of horizontal wells. Practical examples will illustrate how candidate horizontal wells are selected and designed using multi-disciplined team efforts to ensure both the technical and economic benefits are maximized. Methods to predict well performance such as producing rate, drainage area and fluid coning will be presented using a number of class problems. The latest technologies in drilling and completions, such as multi-laterals, slim hole drilling, and well stimulation, will also be reviewed. A complete set of course materials and lunches are included.

Course Outline
Introduction
History and Review of Horizontal Well Technology
Benefits and Applications of Horizontal Wells
Horizontal Well Candidate Screening
Horizontal Well Productivity Estimates
Coning Prediction
Well Testing
Reserves Estimation
Drilling Techniques and Well Completion Methods
Examples


http://www.peice.com/eventdetails.aspx?event=102286&frfi=84627
 
Contact:  Skip Hiebert, 1-403-923-3748

Edited by Forum Administrator - 10/13/2006 8:54 PM GMT
Introduction to Log Analysis and Petrophysics

Event Date :  eu-US  3:00 PM - 3:00 AM (GMT 0)
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Event Details :  October 18 to October 20, 2006
Introduction to Log Analysis and Petrophysics

Calgary, Canada
This three-day course is designed to provide participants with fundamental principles necessary to understand and interpret open hole logs. The concepts will assist participants to recognize permeability, hydrocarbons and identify rock and fluid types. The session will also include illustrated techniques for recognizing log validity. Participants are encouraged to bring their own logs to complement existing real-life case studies. A complete set of course materials and lunches are included.

Course Outline :
Introduction to Basic Log Suites
Permeability and Salt Water Detection
Fluid and Rock Type Identification
Hydrocarbon Identification and Net Pay Estimation
'Interpretation at a Glance' Techniques
Gas and Shale Effects on Logs
Uses and Limitations of Open Hole Logs
Using DST, Cuttings and Offset Production to Validate Logs
Depth Control, Calibrations and Offset Wells
Hole Conditions vs Tool Problems
Individual Log Checks and Limitations
Easily Applied Methods and Case Studies
http://www.peice.com/eventdetails.aspx?event=102196&frfi=84627
 
Contact: Domenic Mancuso, 403-539-1207


Edited by Forum Administrator - 10/13/2006 8:51 PM GMT
Leadership Skills for Supervisors

Event Date :  eu-US  3:30 PM - 11:30 PM (GMT 0)
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October 18 to October 19, 2006
Leadership Skills for Supervisors
Calgary, Canada

This 2-day course presents practical principles to assist supervisors and managers in their efforts to motivate and mobilize team members toward the fulfillment of team and corporate objectives. Course discussions and case studies will focus on topics which participants identify as challenges in their current job assignments. The session, designed to help participants understand, accept, motivate, and confront their "direct reports", is designed for those currently in, or aspiring to, supervisory positions. A complete set of course materials (including a customized 22 page "DISC Behavioral Style" report for each participant) and lunch are included. Due to the highly interactive nature of this course, the session is limited to a maximum of 25 participants.

Course Outline
Introduction - Leadership
The Uniqueness of Individuals: Basic Human Needs
Behavioral Styles using DISC Model
The Requirement for Trust: Trust-Building Behavior
Prioritizing Activities and Resources
Achieving Results Through Others: Strategic Delegation
Significant Achievement Through Teams
Cultivating Good Decision Making Habits
Preventing and Resolving Conflict
Resolving Issues and Settling Differences
Effective Negotiation: Building Mutually
Beneficial Relationships

This course is also offered several times per year on consecutive Saturdays in Calgary, Canada only - for course dates, please refer url http://www.peice.com/coursedetails.aspx?course=1975


http://www.peice.com/eventdetails.aspx?event=102478&frfi=84627
 
Contact:  Skip Hiebert, 1-403-923-3748

Edited by Forum Administrator - 10/13/2006 8:52 PM GMT
Introduction to Log Analysis and Petrophysics

Event Date :  eu-US  3:30 PM - 11:30 PM (GMT 0)
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October 18 to October 20, 2006
Introduction to Log Analysis and Petrophysics
Calgary, Canada

This three-day course is designed to provide participants with fundamental principles necessary to understand and interpret open hole logs. The concepts will assist participants to recognize permeability, hydrocarbons and identify rock and fluid types. The session will also include illustrated techniques for recognizing log validity. Participants are encouraged to bring their own logs to complement existing real-life case studies. A complete set of course materials and lunches are included.

Course Outline
Introduction to Basic Log Suites
Permeability and Salt Water Detection
Fluid and Rock Type Identification
Hydrocarbon Identification and Net Pay Estimation
'Interpretation at a Glance' Techniques
Gas and Shale Effects on Logs
Uses and Limitations of Open Hole Logs
Using DST, Cuttings and Offset Production to Validate Logs
Depth Control, Calibrations and Offset Wells
Hole Conditions vs Tool Problems
Individual Log Checks and Limitations
Easily Applied Methods and Case Studies


http://www.peice.com/eventdetails.aspx?event=102196&frfi=84627
Introduction to Pumps - Design, Application and Operation

Event Date :  eu-US  3:30 PM - 11:30 PM (GMT 0)
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October 19 to October 20, 2006
Introduction to Pumps - Design, Application and Operation
Calgary, Canada

This two-day course provides an introduction to the art of specifying and selecting pumps for various applications. Practical understanding is emphasized, with a minimum of theory and detailed design aspects. The course will also cover process considerations and pump auxiliaries. The course is designed for technical professionals and operation personnel involved in the design, operation and purchase of pumps and pumping systems. A complete set of course materials and lunch are included.

Course Outline
Basic Pump Theory
System Design
Types of Pumps
Pump Selection and Optimization
NPSH and Cavitation
Mechanical Seals
Pump Bearings, Pump Materials
Pump Drivers
Operation and Maintenance
Pump Specification


http://www.peice.com/eventdetails.aspx?event=102445&frfi=84627
 
Contact:  Skip Hiebert, 1-403-923-3748

Edited by Forum Administrator - 10/13/2006 8:55 PM GMT
Formation Testing in the Dynamic Drilling Environment

Event Date :  eu-US  5:30 PM - 7:00 PM (GMT 0)
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October 19 to October 19, 2006
Formation Testing in the Dynamic Drilling Environment

Midland, TX

Sponsored by Reservoir Study Group

Speaker: Mark Proetts Halliburton Energy Services No SPE-Permian Basin Online Registration for this Event Midland College Advanced Technology Center 3200 West Cuthbert Midland TEXAS 79705 Google Maps | Hotels Near | Yahoo! Maps | Weather Forecast Details on "Formation Testing in the Dynamic Drilling Environment" Event Times: Thu 19-Oct-06 11:30 AM to Thu 19-Oct-06 1:00 PM Formation testing objectives have changed little since their introduction in the early 1950's. A formation test is used to determine the formation pressure, obtain fluid samples, estimate formation rock properties, and, ultimately, evaluate reservoir producibilty. Wireline formation testers (WFT) were introduced soon after drill stem testing (DST), but they have now nearly replaced DST through a succession of technical innovations. More recently, formation testing while drilling (FTWD) has been introduced. FTWD tools introduce new capabilities that address the drilling environment. The drilling environment truly offers challenges for testing because mud column pressures are indeed dynamic, and invasion while drilling is in its early stages of progression. Dynamic changes typically introduce pressure transients that are not detected in other forms of testing. New pressure-transient analysis techniques have therefore been developed and introduced to analyze these changes. The advantages in analyzing pressure transients are that they can determine properties of interest to drilling, such as filtrate loss rate and depth of invasion. Traditionally, it had been assumed that measured pressures only reflect formation pressures, an assumption that is not always valid. FTWD testing is still in its infancy; and if history repeats itself, this form of testing will take a larger role in formation evaluation in the future. Some applications have already been developed, applied, and successfully demonstrated. Highlights of these developments will be emphasized in this talk. New applications very likely will be developed as this testing technology evolves.

Contact:  Deborah Markley, 432-682-4429



Edited by Forum Administrator - 10/13/2006 8:57 PM GMT
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