Our carefully designed and industry recognised training courses offer you control and management of your own learning, with engaging and interactive evaluations. Get the benefit and outcome of formal classroom learning, but in your own time and at your own pace. Discover comprehensive explanations of key concepts and software applications for the study of petroleum engineering through searchable, succinct video tutorials and assessments.
Choose from one to ten day classroom equivalent courses – from an introduction to Petroleum Production to in depth coverage of topics such as Production Operations Engineering, Practical Reservoir Engineering and Integrated Production Modelling with Prosper, GAP and MBAL.
On completion of the final course exam you will receive a certificate of completion of your course. Recognised by major players in the industry across the world, these certificates will help to confirm your training record and your progress within the profession. All courses are accredited by the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE).
Integrated Production Systems
These courses cover the concepts and practical applications of building, matching, optimising and predicting performance of fully integrated production systems (reservoirs, wells and surface networks) using industry standard software such as Prosper, GAP and MBAL. All our courses offer you the benefit of self-paced learning. On completion of the final course exam you will receive an industry recognised certificate of completion of your course. These courses are approved by the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE).
This short, intense course covers the key concepts behind surface network modelling and forecasting using GAP and MBAL. Topics include building a new oil network model, running sensitivities on pipeline diameter, adding constraints and optimising gas lift and ESP wells systems. Field production forecasting involves adding a reservoir model to the surface network model. Topics include running a prediction and viewing the results, adding a water injector and adjusting well timing to achieve an optimum oil production plateau rate. We also evaluate the effect on recovery factor of converting wells to gas lift and ESP. 1 day classroom equivalent course.
This extensive course will enable participants to understand the concepts and practical applications of modelling naturally flowing and artificial lift wells with Prosper, surface network modelling with GAP, reservoir modelling with MBAL and full field performance prediction with GAP and MBAL. 10 days classroom equivalent course.