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Trainings & Workshops

HELP/ OALP WORKSHOP

About the course

Workshop on advanced strategies for successful bid in Hydrocarbon Exploration and Licensing Policy (HELP), Open Acreage Licensing Programme (OALP) and DSF-II licensing rounds. This training program is specially designed for Oil and Gas operators’ business development group with focus in advance strategies to make a successful bid under HELP/ OALP/ DSF-II licensing regimes. This highly customized training will provide the attendee with in-depth knowledge of the new revenue sharing regime and Do’s and Don’ts, to prepare for the aforementioned licensing rounds. Its unique Bid Process Simulation and Analysis developed for both HELP and DSF-II licensing rounds will give attendees the opportunity to learn to bid strategically and be prepared for actual bid of the blocks during the licensing rounds. Bidding involves strategic behavior. Bidders have to compete with others with potentially different information and valuations for the same block. So how the bid should be decided? Using game theoretic insights and the HELP framework, in this session we discuss what the optimal bidding strategy should be to maximise the returns to the bidder.

REVISITING OLD FIELDS FOR NEW OPPORTUNITIES

Course Summary

  • Understanding the Reserves growth, best operating practices
  • Recognizing Opportunities through utilization of limited data
  • Understanding Upside Potential and associated Risks
  • Application of new technologies
  • Exploitation Potential

Who Should Attend

Reservoir and Production engineers, Development geoscientists, Asset team leaders, Acquisition and Divestiture managers, and other technical personnel involved in evaluation and exploitation of reserves in mature fields.

UNDERSTANDING ECONOMICS OF PETROLEUM EXPLORATION

Course Summary

Applying structured decision analysis on hydrocarbon volumes with risk matrix. Decision analysis for portfolio optimization to select the best exploration projects.

Who Should Attend

Designed for anyone who needs an understanding of the economics of Petroleum exploration.

REGIONAL EXPLORATION IN BASIN SCALE UTILIZING SEISMIC STRATIGRAPHY

Course Summary

Using Seismic Stratigraphy tools to understand the basin’s palaeo-deposition and evolution. Assess the potential Reservoirs, Seals and hydrocarbon potential with case studies from various parts of the world.

Who Should Attend

Geophysicists, Geologists, Explorationists, and Managers who are interested in an introduction or review of the theory and application of contemporary seismic stratigraphic techniques to exploration.

ASSESSMENT OF PLAY AND PROSPECTS

Course Summary

Understanding of the Play and Prospects and its various geological controls, with theirs associated risks. Understanding different Probabilistic Volumetric assessment methodologies with estimation of Hydrocarbon generation and charge and de-risking of the Prospects.

Who Should Attend

All exploration team members and leaders including geologists, geophysicists, geochemists, analysts, reservoir engineers, economists, planners and managers who make business decisions based upon exploration data.

RESERVOIR CHARACTERIZATION USING 3D SEISMIC ATTRIBUTES

Course Summary

Identifying seismic features to characterize the reservoirs through 3D Seismic attributes, related to the geological features. Relation of different Seismic attributes to the underlying Geology and it’s sensitivities to seismic acquisition and processing through various Case studies

Who Should Attend

Seismic interpreters, Processors, Stratigraphers and Structural geologists, Reservoir engineers, and students of geophysics.

ROCK MECHANICS AND IT’S APPLICATION

Course Summary

Introduction geomechanical principals through rock mechanics properties and earth stresses. Understanding of various lab test and its application in the field. Understanding details of Borehole Stability, Sand control, fracture mechanisms and its various application through Case studies and Integration of data from different sources.

Who Should Attend

Petrophysicists, drilling engineers, completion engineers, exploration and development geologists, reservoir engineers, core and log analysts, geophysicists, and oil company research and development staff.

UNDERSTANDING SAND CONTROL: WORKSHOP

About the course

This hands-on 2 days workshop program with case studies and examples will give you a comprehensive understanding of sand control, how to analyze reservoir characteristics and relative consolidation, predict and delineate potential sand issues. Gain the knowledge and tools to make well completion decisions that mitigate risks and deliver high performing long life wells. Learn how the full range of sand control methods work: All Stand Alone Screen Options, Premium Screens, Gravel Pack with Screens, Gravel Pack, FracPac, recent innovations in sand control, and well remediation techniques for vertical, horizontal and SAGD wells.

Who Should Attend

Senior to Junior Engineers and Technologists involved in planning and programming of well completions, well services and production optimization.

WORKING OF DOWNHOLE COMPLETION TOOLS

Course Summary

This technical and vendor-neutral workshop will give engineers and technologist involved in well construction design a comprehensive understanding of how completion tools used below the wellhead operate. In a practical 2-day program with detailed course notes,
you will learn why so many options are needed, the pros
and cons for select applications, and issues to consider during installation, set, operation and retrieval. With this understanding plus examples of completion diagrams, you will be better equipped to make sound choices for horizontal, vertical, SAGD and CSS well completions.

Who Should Attend

Senior to Junior Engineers and Technologists involved in planning and programming of well completions, well services and production optimization.

WELL INTEGRITY FUNDAMENTALS

Course Summary

This Well Integrity Course is a unique Exercise based format to provide all participants involved with well integrity with the knowledge of how to perform and review key well integrity criteria. The course starts from well design, through construction, to production and expects the individual to perform these calculations themselves on case study examples.

Who Should Attend

For professionals involved with Well Integrity from Design to Production.

ADVANCED INTERPRETATION (STRUCTURAL & STRATIGRAPHIC) OF DIPMETERS AND BOREHOLE-IMAGING LOGS

Course Summary

Detailed understanding of different dipmeter and Image logs and its applications. Data acquisition and processing principles with focus on quality controls and artifacts. Structural and Stratigraphical interpretation of Image logs and it’s integration with cores, geological maps, seismic and petrophysical and geological modelling.

Who Should Attend

Petrophysicists, geologists, geophysicists, and team members involved in reservoir characterization.

INTEGRATING WELL DATA (BOREHOLE IMAGES & PETROPHYSICAL LOGS) & SEISMIC DATA TO DEVELOP BETTER FACIES MODEL

Course Summary

Combining image and dip data interpretation with outcrop studies for integrated subsurface facies analysis, utilizing seismic data. Case studies from various geological environments

Who Should Attend

Geoscientists, engineers, and technical staff responsible for analysis and integration of image and dip data.

RESERVES ESTIMATION AND PETROLEUM ECONOMICS

Course Summary

Understanding reserve estimation and various reserve reports in-line with SPE-PRMS & SEC definitions. Various estimation techniques and analysis covering several key concepts like time value of money, cash flow, NPV, common economic indicators, fiscal systems, and project selection fundamentals. Case studies from around the world with different fiscal regimes and investment decisions.

Who Should Attend

Geologists, geophysicists, reservoir engineers, reserves managers, bankers, and government officials involved in reserves reporting, reserves auditing, and reserves estimations.

DESIGN AND OPTIMIZATION OF DRILL STRING

Course Summary

Understanding the various Drill string and BHA designs and best methodologies in varied environment to prevent failures.

Who Should Attend

Operator, drilling contractor, and service company engineers; drilling supervisors and superintendents. This is an intensive technical workshop. A calculator is required and a laptop is strongly recommended.

INFORMATION MANAGEMENT IN THE PETROLEUM INDUSTRY

Course Summary

Understanding the business value of data management, Information, Knowledge management and its impact through the Oil Life cycle. Standards, Architecture and Policies/ Procedures etc of Structured and Unstructured data and it’s application of Information Management in the Petroleum Industry through Case Studies.

Who Should Attend

Professionals that participate in Petroleum Data Management related functions, those with domain experience, technical data management experience and corporate executives with budgeting responsibilities in E&P data handling.

CHARACTERIZATION OF FRACTURED RESERVOIRS

Course Summary

Understanding fractured reservoirs, from appraisal through development to secondary recovery. Case studies highlighting geomechanics and drilling in fractured reservoirs through reservoir characterization workflows.

Who Should Attend

Geologists, geophysicists, petrophysicists, and reservoir engineers looking to develop their skills in the fractured reservoir characterization work flow.

CAPILLARY PRESSURE AND SATURATION HEIGHT MODELING

Course Summary

Understanding capillary pressure data
and it’s associated challenges in controlling the fluid distribution with context
of pore geometry and water saturation to determine the dominant hyrdocarbon-water contact and predict saturation distribution.

Who Should Attend

Any geologist, petrophysicist, or engineer who needs to understand fluid contacts, the free-water level, and why water saturation is not an accident.

PRODUCTION PERFORMANCE CURVE ANALYSIS

Course Summary

Understanding various decline curve analysis methods and it’s re-initialization and analyze the production performance with various methods of material balance time and real-time relationships, analysis of performance histories, and generation of relative permeability ratios from field data.

Who Should Attend

Engineers, geoscientists, and industry professionals interested in analyzing oil and gas performance data.

HYDRAULIC FRACTURING AND MICRO-SEISMIC IMAGING

Course Summary

Understanding the application of Microseismic Imaging to Fracturing Operations through various Case studies.

Who Should Attend

This course is aimed for geoscience and engineering personnel involved with the mapping of fracturing operations using microseismic, in the planning, execution, and interpretation of microseismic data to image hydraulic fracturing.

UNDERSTANDING PRODUCTION OPTIMIZATION

Course Summary

Understanding production optimization through an integrated approach of Production system and process, well completions, lift methods, gathering systems, and separation systems with focus on performance modeling, technology trends, and integrated information management for control, monitoring, and automation

Who Should Attend

Engineers responsible for production optimization and tasked with evaluating a subsurface network and surface system as one integrated system. 


UNDERSTANDING PORTFOLIO AND PROJECT MODELING WITH ADVANCED DECISION ANALYSIS

Course Summary

Application of Advanced Decision Analysis process with Case studies to build models with decision tree analysis for portfolio optimization to maximise value, helping in decision and risk policy, with understanding on insurance and hedging and optimizing working interests.

Who Should Attend

Evaluation engineers, analysts, managers, planners, and economists. This course is intended for professionals involved with developing project evaluation, portfolio, and other forecasting and assessment models. Prior background in decision analysis is expected.

EFFECTIVE PROJECT MANAGEMENT FOR MANAGERS

Course Summary

Understanding project management techniques with effective tools to enable functional and departmental managers to coach, guide, and direct project managers and teams. Effective planning and scoping with various Case studies focusing on to effectively lead and manage projects mitigating the project risks with situational awareness.

PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES OF PETROLEUM PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Course Summary

Understanding the principles and application of project management to the upstream oil and gas business to effectively take best business decisions, leading to lowest project cost in both exploration and production domains, through various Case studies.

Who Should Attend

Exploration, production, and management personnel interested in applying project management techniques to their operations.

ADVANCED PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Course Summary

Understanding of key topics associated with large domestic and international projects with advanced knowledge in contract strategy, project governance, engineering and technology management, stakeholder management, joint venture and non-operated projects, interface management, risk management, reviews and approvals, and management information systems..

PROCUREMENT VALUE CREATION IN OIL AND GAS

Course Summary

Understanding Procurement’s role in E&P value chain asset management cycle with key business driver for CAPEX and OPEX. Procurement value creation driven by safety compliance and economics, influenced by global sourcing trends.

Who Should Attend

Supply chain professionals with 2-7 years' experience either inside or outside the oil and gas industry. The course is for anyone who needs a better understanding of procurement value creation in the oil and gas industry and includes buyers, procurement specialists, logistics specialists, business analysts, team leaders, project managers, commodity managers, materials managers, and new sourcing specialists or category managers.

RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS FOR PROJECTS

Course Summary

Understanding risk management process and analysing qualitative and quantitative risk and it’s effect, to effectively plan and monitor risk tolerance of projects.

Who Should Attend

Advanced project managers with at least one year of experience in managing projects. A course in the fundamentals of project management is required.