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November 1, 2006
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Managing Risks and Strategic Decisions in Petroleum Exploration & Production

Event Date :  eu-US  8:30 AM - 4:30 PM (GMT 0)
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Event Details :  

October 30 to November 1, 2006
Managing Risks and Strategic Decisions in Petroleum Exploration & Production
London, United Kingdom

This three-day seminar provides participants a practical, hands-on approach to modern techniques in petroleum risk management and strategic decision-making. The techniques presented are applicable to all aspects of petroleum exploration and production – prospect evaluation, resource allocation, diversification, risk sharing, and corporate planning. This seminar helps participants develop problem solving, leadership, and functional skills necessary to manage the modern petroleum enterprise. This seminar is well suited for E&P managers, finance staff and managers, engineering managers, economics/planning personnel, as well as geologists and engineers. Seminar participants will find the concepts and techniques stimulating and beneficial – enabling them to apply risk and decision making concepts to their jobs. . . immediately. A complete set of course materials and lunches are included.

Course Outline
Introduction
Modeling and Structuring Complex E&P Decisions
Decision Analysis – Utilizing Influence
Diagrams and Decision Trees
Applications of Decision and Risk Analysis to the Petroleum Sector
Value of Information Concepts and its Application to the E&P Setting
The Value of Sensitivity Analysis and Monte
Carlo Simulation in E&P
An Overview of Modern Finance Concepts and Investment Analysis
Portfolio Management – Models and Applications in the E&P Sector
Capital Projects as Real Options – Evaluating Investments
Corporate and Financial Risk Tolerance and E&P Decision Making
Implications of E&P Corporate Risk Taking and Performance
Incorporating Multiple Performance Objectives into Your Analysis
Integration – Working to Improve Performance


http://www.peice.com/eventdetails.aspx?event=102382&frfi=84627
 
Contact:  Skip Hiebert, 1-403-923-3748

Edited by Forum Administrator - 10/13/2006 9:10 PM GMT
Fundamentals of Well Completions and Workover Operations

Event Date :  eu-US  8:30 AM - 4:30 PM (GMT 0)
Posted By :  Forum Administrator
Event Details :  October 30 to November 1, 2006
Fundamentals of Well Completions and Workover Operations

London, United Kingdom
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=102385&frfi=84627
 
Contact:  Domenic Mancuso, 403-593-1207


Edited by Forum Administrator - 10/13/2006 9:14 PM GMT
Leadership Skills for Supervisors

Event Date :  eu-US  2:30 PM - 10:30 PM (GMT 0)
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November 1 to November 2, 2006
Leadership Skills for Supervisors
Houston, Texas, USA

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. The course fees include all lunches and a complete set of course materials, including a customized 22 page "DISC Behavioral Style" Report and a customized 10 page TKI (Thomas-Kilmann) Conflict Mode Report, for each participant. Due to the highly interactive nature of this course, the session is limited to a maximum of 25 participants.

Outline
Introduction - Leadership
Characteristics of Respected Leaders
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 - Leading Teams
Cultivating Good Decision Making Habits
Preventing and Resolving Conflict
Confronting Unacceptable Behavior
Resolving Issues and Settling Differences


http://www.peice.com/eventdetails.aspx?event=102763&frfi=84627
 
Contact:  Skip Hiebert, 1-403-923-3748

Edited by Forum Administrator - 10/13/2006 9:18 PM GMT
Fundamentals of Well Completions and Workover Operations

Event Date :  eu-US  3:00 PM - 1:00 AM (GMT 0)
Posted By :  Forum Administrator
Event Details :  October 30 to November 1, 2006
Fundamentals of Well Completions and Workover Operations

London, United Kingdom
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=102385&frfi=84627
 
Well Completions Best Practices Using The Completion Efficiency Process

Event Date :  eu-US  3:30 PM - 11:30 PM (GMT 0)
Posted By :  Forum Administrator
Event Details :  October 30 to November 1, 2006
Well Completions Best Practices Using The Completion Efficiency Process

Houston, USA
This three-day course is designed for reservoir engineers, geologists, petrophysicists, completion engineers, and asset managers involved with completion designs, or with reviewing completion recommendations from service companies. The course will help participants improve completion results and maximize asset value by optimizing stimulation treatments. The “Completion Efficiency” process (SPE 90483) involves the development of a calibrated net pay model to determine if poor production performance is the result of permeability-thickness, reservoir pressure, completion practices, or a combination of these factors. An integrative process stresses using wireline logs, core data, and production test data in order to develop local models and ultimately predict production performance using only a basic log suite and completion information. Diagnostic techniques such as post completion radioactive tracers and production logs are discussed to supplement performance analysis. Subsequent to model development and implementation, a comprehensive review of “best practices” from analog field studies is provided to aid in the optimization of future or existing well completions. Participants will receive a fully functional log analysis calculation spreadsheet that includes calculation of all inputs required to develop calibrated permeability and stress profiles. Comprehensive case studies are provided, and participants are encouraged to provide local examples for discussion of model implementation and “best practices” for their areas of activity. A complete set of course materials and lunches are included.

Course Outline :
Review of Basic Log Analysis Techniques
Log Quality Control and Calibration Steps
Log Data Normalization
Completion Efficiency Model Data Requirements
Net Pay Determination (Stiles-George Technique)
Permeability, Rock Properties and Pressure Model Calibration
Integration of Rock Properties, Permeability, and Pressure Models
Completion Efficiency Exercises
Best Practices for Improving Completion Efficiency
Review of Local Examples and Discussion
http://www.peice.com/eventdetails.aspx?event=102532&frfi=84627
 
Contact:  Domenic Mancuso, 403-593-1207


Edited by Forum Administrator - 10/13/2006 9:16 PM GMT
Introduction to Log Analysis and Petrophysics

Event Date :  eu-US  3:30 PM - 11:30 PM (GMT 0)
Posted By :  Forum Administrator
Event Details :  November 1 to November 3, 2006
Introduction to Log Analysis and Petrophysics

Houston, USA
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=102295&frfi=84627
 
Contact:  Domenic Mancuso, 403-539-1207
 

Edited by Forum Administrator - 10/13/2006 9:17 PM GMT
Fundamentals of Well Completions and Workover Operations

Event Date :  eu-US  3:30 PM - 11:30 PM (GMT 0)
Posted By :  Forum Administrator
Event Details :  

October 30 to November 1, 2006
Fundamentals of Well Completions and Workover Operations
London, United Kingdom

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=102385&frfi=84627
 
Contact:  Skip Hiebert, 1-403-923-3748

Edited by Forum Administrator - 10/13/2006 9:12 PM GMT
Practical Drillstem Test (DST) Interpretation

Event Date :  eu-US  3:30 PM - 11:30 PM (GMT 0)
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October 30 to November 3, 2006
Practical Drillstem Test (DST) Interpretation
Norris Conference Centers - Houston, 9990 Richmond Ave., Suite # 102, Houston, Texas, USA

This 5 day course is designed for exploration, engineering and drilling personnel involved in making operational decisions based on DST results, who use DST data in general exploration/exploitation work, or who use maps and pressures in correlation work. A mostly non numerical approach is taken, focusing on qualitative DST pressure chart troubleshooting / interpretation and “quick & dirty” ways to assess a well’s potential from a DST. A complete set of course materials containing over 60 examples of DST charts which can be used for troubleshooting problem DST’s later are provided. Lunches are also included. *Students are required to bring a pencil, hand calculator and straight edge ruler to this course. Students are also welcome to bring one or two DST Examples from their own work experience to discuss in class*

Outline
Pretest Planning and Design
Equipment Fundamentals
Use of Water and Nitrogen Cushions
Types of DST's (Straddle, Bottom Hole, Multiple Resets) and Their Applications
Using DST Charts to Recognize Formation Damage, Depletion, High/Low Permeability
Troubleshooting for Tool Plugging, Valve Leaks, Packer Failure
Flowrate Estimation in Low Oil Rate DST's
Flowrate Verification of Field Measured Gas Rates
Horner Plots - Stable Reservoir Pressure and Boundary Effects
Type Curves and Other Interpretive Plots
Differentiating Between True Depletion and 'Supercharge'
Rapid Determination of Permeability, Skin, P.I., AOF, Stabilized Flowrates
Rapid Determination of Time Until Well Stabilizes
Retrieving Information From Old Well Cards or Summary Reports
Completion-Abandonment Decisions Based on Marginal DST Results
Closed Chamber DST Applications - Tight Gas, Sour Gas, Secrecy
Significance of 'Oil Cut Mud' Recoveries and 'tstm' Gas Rates

This course is only offered outside Canada


http://www.peice.com/eventdetails.aspx?event=102769&frfi=84627
 
Contact:  Skip Hiebert, 1-403-923-3748

Edited by Forum Administrator - 10/13/2006 9:09 PM GMT
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