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Oil and Gas

Training Sertifikasi BNSP 2020

Oil / Gas / Mining, Oil and Gas, Training Sertifikasi
Jadwal Training Sertifikasi BNSP Tahun 2020 Training Sertifikasi BNSP : Pelatihan dan Sertifikasi Ahli Fluida Pelatihan dan Sertifikasi Juru Aduk Fluida Pelatihan dan Sertifikasi Operator Keselamatan dan Kesehatan Kerja Pelatihan dan Sertifikasi Operator Lantai Bor Pelatihan dan Sertifikasi Operator Lantai Perawatan Sumur Pelatihan dan Sertifikasi Operator Menara Bor Pelatihan dan Sertifikasi Petugas Penanganan Bahaya Gas H2S Pelatihan dan Sertifikasi Pengawas Keselamatan dan Kesehatan Kerja Waktu Pelaksanaan : 06-08 Jan 2020/14-16 Jan 2020/ 20-23 Jan 2020/28-30 Jan 2020 04-06 Feb 2020/10-12 Feb 2020/18-20 Feb 2020/26-28 Feb 2020 02-04 Mar 2020/10-12 Mar 2020/16-18 Mar 2020 01-03 Apr 2020/06-08 Apr 2020/14-16 Apr 2...

Training Fluvial Sedimentation: Principles and Application

Oil and Gas
Training Fluvial Sedimentation: Principles and Application Course overview Fluvial Sedimentation training course range from petrophysicists, geologists, geophysicists or engineers who use core, borehole images, log data, core data and production data to produce or understand facies produced in a fluvial sedimentary environment. The goal of this training course is to learn to develop a G&G workflow which utilizes a variety of geological data essential to produce an accurate fluvial reservoir model. Objective Understand different fluvial facies models and their sedimentary setting Interpret mud-logs, core and thin sections to produce fluvial facies logs and a facies model Utilize borehole images, log data, ECS and NMR to generate fluvial electro facies ...

Basic Drilling Training

Oil and Gas
Training Basic Drilling Overview Course overview Basic Drilling Overview course provides non-drilling personnel with the knowledge required for effective teamwork and communication with their drilling colleagues. Millions of people who support oil and gas operations hear concepts and terminology daily that they may not understand completely. In this industry, miscommunication can be costly. Basic Drilling Overview course can help you manage that risk by providing your support team an understanding of procedures used to drill a well. Our Basic Drilling Overview course provides new employees, office personnel, and anyone associated with drilling, but not involved in it day-to-day, with a thorough Total Quality Assurance understanding of oil and gas operations and why an operatio...

Instrumentation And Process Control Training

Mechanical & Utility Engineering, Oil and Gas
Training Instrumentation And Process Control Course overview This course will present fundamental principles of measurement, process control and safety systems of processing operations. Objective The course allows participants to understand technology and operating principles of instruments most commonly used in the oil and gas plants, to know the typical process control architecture and to learn the functions of safety instrumented systems. Who Should Attend Engineers and technicians involved in designing, constructing, commissioning or operating oil and gas surface production facilities. Course content Measurements and Control Pressure Measures and Measurement Instruments Temperature Measures and Measurement Instruments Flow Measur...

Training HPHT Drilling Design and Operations

Oil and Gas
Training HPHT Drilling Design and Operations Course Description This course aims to provide a comprehensive knowledge on how to design and execute an HPHT well in an exploration or development context. Course Objectives Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to: understand the design concepts related to an HPHT well, learn about required operational preparedness aspects of HPHT drilling operations, assimilate the key aspects for executing successful operations in HPHT drilling. Who Should Attend? Drilling engineers, drilling supervisors, drilling superintendents. Course Details/Schedule GENERALITIES Applications, terms and definitions. PPFG aspects of HPHT reservoirs (effect of depletion, geomechanics). Well archit...

Training Geomechanics for Drillers

Oil and Gas
Training Geomechanics for Drillers Course Description This training course aims to ensure the understanding of geomechanics-related drilling problems such as wellbore stability and fluid losses, and to be aware of the techniques used in the petroleum industry to mitigate these phenomena. Course Objectives Upon completion of the course participants will be able to: acquire the basic geomechanical knowledge useful for drilling operations, diagnose the mechanisms of wellbore instability and fluid losses including already producing fields, identify the drilling-related geomechanical parameters as well as the means to measure or assess them from well data and laboratory measurements, perform mud weight calculations that define, in addition to pore pressure, the drillabilit...

Training Principles of Carbonate Reservoirs

Oil and Gas
Principles of Carbonate Reservoirs Training Course Description This course is designed to develop skills in understanding the geometry and petrophysical characteristics of carbonate reservoirs. Depositional fabric, grain type and size and subsequent diagenetic modifications are the major controls on carbonate reservoir behaviour. The complex inter-relationship of the depositional and burial history can be unravelled to allow prediction of reservoir facies and reconstruction  reservoir models. Course Objectives Learning  how Carbonates are formed and change through time resulting in the carbonate reservoirs we see today. Participants Learning how to identify carbonate facies, Understanding the effect of sequence stratigraphy on carbonates, Determining the controlling fact...

Training Petroleum Engineering

Oil and Gas
Petroleum Engineering Training Course Description The course prepares individuals to apply mathematical and scientific principles to the design, development and operational evaluation of systems for locating, extracting, processing and refining crude petroleum and natural gas, including prospecting instruments and equipment, mining and drilling systems, processing and refining systems and facilities, storage facilities, transportation systems, and related environmental and safety systems. Course Objectives Understanding the Reservoir Rock and Fluid Properties Understanding the Material Balance Equations and their Uses Learning the Art of Fluid Sampling and Analysis Understanding the Reserve Estimates and Predictions Understanding the Crude Oil Composition & Analys...

Training Well Intervention: Workover, Wireline And Coiled Tubing

Oil and Gas
Well Intervention: Workover, Wireline And Coiled Tubing Training Course overview This course provides an insight in planning and executing well servicing operations (workover, wireline and coiled tubing) to sustain and increase well life and field production. Attendees will learn how to select the right means for well intervention, to write well servicing or workover programs and to supervise well servicing or workover operations, and will be introduced to coiled tubing as a tool for workover, drilling and completion services. Safety regulations, operation schedules, procedures and sequences, equipment to be used, emergency procedures will be also included.   Who Should Attend Petroleum engineers from different line departments: drilling, workover...

Introduction to Upstream Operation Training

Oil and Gas
Training Introduction to Upstream operation  Introduction to Upstream operation Training COURSE DESCRIPTION The business of oil and gas is multifaceted, technically complex, highly capital intensive and often confronted with potential risks and uncertainties. Today’s petroleum industry is dealing with ever increasing levels of complexity, price volatility and competition.  The objective of this program is to provide the participants with extensive exposure to the many complex management issues presently confronting the Upstream Petroleum Industry and to strengthen their understanding to manage business successful. COURSE OBJECTIVE Gain broad perspective of Upstream oil business, exploration, drilling and production Boost your understanding of the technical and economic effici...

Training Selection of Drilling, Completion and Workover Fluids

Oil and Gas
Selection of Drilling, Completion and Workover Fluids Training Course overview This course gives a technical overview of the science and art of drilling operations, completion practices and post-completion wellbore enhancement or remedial workover techniques (well intervention). It develops an understanding of the what, why, and how of each of these areas of engineering practice. Reservoir Engineers will learn what can be done within open-hole and cased wells as they execute reservoir management. Drilling and completion personnel will learn how the producing reservoir can be damaged or stimulated by what they do. The participants learn to visualize what is happening "downhole", discover what can be accomplished and gain an appreciation for wellbore risks and the possibility of ...

General Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) Training

HSE & Security, Oil and Gas
Training General Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) COURSE DESCRIPTION This course provides a thorough understanding of expectations and mandatory requirements regarding occupational safety. To give insight regarding operational implementation of a safe workplace within Oil & Gas facilities. COURSE OBJECTIVE Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to: deepen knowledge of codes and regulations relative to occupational health and safety, evaluate health and safety performance indicators, asses an activity in order to promote a safe workplace, audit health and safety elements in a workplace.  PARTICIPANT Safety officers, HSE supervisors, offshore installation managers, field managers.  COURSE OUTLINE INTRODUCTION TO OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH & SA...

Training Data Acquisition During Drilling Operations

Oil and Gas
Data Acquisition During Drilling Operations Training OBJECTIVES Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to: understand, assess and interpret measurements made while drilling, learn about techniques and equipment used for coring during drilling operations, understand how to prevent kicks and drilling problems with mud logging data analysis, understand wireline and LWD technology with regard to log data analysis, appreciate the geoscientists’ work in a quick-look log analysis at the rig site. WHO SHOULD ATTEND? Young engineers and supervisors, toolpushers with some experience in drilling. COURSE CONTENT  MUD LOGGING Tasks of various professionals at the drilling site. Main documents carried out. Mechanical parameters (WOH, ...

Training Drilling Fundamentals

Oil and Gas, Production/Reservoir
Drilling Fundamentals Training LEARNING OBJECTIVES Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to: recognize the vocabulary specific to drilling, identify and describe drilling operations and equipment used, identify the different professionals involved in drilling and learn about their roles and responsibilities. WHO SHOULD ATTEND? Engineers and technicians interested but not involved in drilling: geologists, geophysicists, reservoir engineers, completion, production and process staff, platform designers, economists, etc. COURSE CONTENT  ORGANIZATION OF DRILLING OPERATIONS Drilling principles. Cost, duration of a drilling job. Different people involved, types of contracts. Safety.  DRILLING PRINCIPLES - EQUIPME...

Training Introduction to Petroleum Economics

Oil and Gas
Introduction to Petroleum Economics Training This blended-learning class is an excellent introduction for the attendees to the fundamentals of petroleum economics, including revenue, expenditures, fiscal systems, risk analysis, and investment analysis. The blended-learning experience includes questions and answers from learning material, exercises, class discussions, team presentations, and an interactive challenge. AUDIENCE Non-financial professionals of all levels from technical and non-technical backgrounds. COURSE CONTENT Cash flow basics Calculating revenue Estimating expenditures Fiscal systems Investment analysis Petroleum economics challenge (interactive exercise) =================================================================== General Notes...

Training Offshore Installation, Hook-Up, Precommissioning and Commissioning (Pipeline and Top Side)

Oil and Gas
Training Offshore Installation, Hook-Up, Precommissioning and Commissioning (Pipeline and Top Side) The Oil and Gas Offshore Engineering projects are technically and commercially challenging, therefore good knowledge and competency of the project team members throughout the different phases of works are keys to the successful execution of these projects. This training course aims to provide the participants with comprehensive foundation knowledge of Offshore Engineering. The participants will be better prepared to function in the design engineering, fabrication and construction department, offshore installation, hook-up, commissioning and start-up of offshore projects. Such roles include field and discipline engineers, project engineer, cost estimating engineers, construction and fabrica...

Training Introduction to Drilling

Oil / Gas / Mining, Oil and Gas
Pelatihan Introduction to Drilling Description If you work closely with drilling engineering, operations, or management, this course will increase your understanding of the concepts, terminology, and processes used in drilling a well. The course provides a complete overview of the workflow involved in the drilling of oil and gas wells,  from office to wellsite. Attendees will also learn the roles and responsibilities involved in a drilling operation. Who Should Attend? Entry-level professionals of all disciplines  and nontechnical support staff. COURSE CONTENT Well construction and the role of drilling in the E&P life cycle Interaction with other disciplines Well design, including planning and engineering, and the data and analysis techniques needed to design a qual...

Training Sertifikasi BNSP – LSP APMI

Oil and Gas, Training Sertifikasi
Training Sertifikasi BNSP – LSP APMI (Lembaga Sertifikasi Profesi Minyak Gas dan Panas Bumi APMI) Training Sertifikasi Operator Lantai Bor (OLB) Training Sertifikasi Operator Menara Bor (OMB) Training Sertifikasi Operator Lantai Perawatan Sumur (OLP) Training Sertifikasi Operatar Menara Perawatan Sumur (OMP) Training Sertifikasi Juru Aduk Fluida (JAF) Training Sertifikasi Ahli Fluida (AF) Training Sertifikasi Petugas Penanganan Bahaya Gas H2S (PBH2S) Training Sertifikasi Operator Keselamatan dan Kesehatan Kerja IMG (OK3) Training Sertifikasi Pengawas Keselamatan dan Kesehatan Kerja IMG (PK3) PERSYARATAN UMUM Training Sertifikasi BNSP- LSP APMI Copy KTP / Passport / Kartu Karyawan Copy Ijazah Terakhir yang dilegalisir Pas foto 3×4 (2 lembar) da...

Training Well Logging and Qualitative Log Interpretation

Oil and Gas
Training Well Logging and Qualitative Log Interpretation OBJECTIVES Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to: acquire the concepts of log interpretation (Archie formula, invasion), review mud logging, coring and wireline logging techniques, perform a quick-look interpretation to characterize reservoirs: fluid contacts, lithology, porosity, saturation. WHO SHOULD ATTEND? Geoscientists and other E&P professionals interested in wireline log acquisition and well-log interpretation. COURSE CONTENT BASIC INTERPRETATION CONCEPTS & WIRELINE LOG RECORDING Foundational concepts. Reservoir petrophysics (lithology, porosity, resistivity, saturation) and fluid properties. Environment of measurement (borehole, invasion profile) and related parame...

Training Well Logging and Qualitative Log Interpretation

Oil and Gas
Training Well Logging and Qualitative Log Interpretation OBJECTIVES Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to: acquire the concepts of log interpretation (Archie formula, invasion), review mud logging, coring and wireline logging techniques, perform a quick-look interpretation to characterize reservoirs: fluid contacts, lithology, porosity, saturation. WHO SHOULD ATTEND? Geoscientists and other E&P professionals interested in wireline log acquisition and well-log interpretation. COURSE CONTENT BASIC INTERPRETATION CONCEPTS & WIRELINE LOG RECORDING Foundational concepts. Reservoir petrophysics (lithology, porosity, resistivity, saturation) and fluid properties. Environment of measurement (borehole, invasion profile) and re...

Training Basic Log Interpretation (BL) and Well Logging

Oil and Gas
Training Basic Log Interpretation (BL) and Well Logging OBJECTIVES Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to: understand wireline and mud log acquisition techniques, grasp fundamental physics of log measurements and to perform log quality control, perform basic log interpretation in order to identify and characterize reservoirs. WHO SHOULD ATTEND? Geologists, geophysicists, reservoir engineers interested in well log interpretation. COURSE CONTENT BASIC INTERPRETATION CONCEPTS Seals and reservoirs. Definition of main reservoir petrophysical and fluid properties (lithology, porosity, resistivity, saturation). Fundamental equations for log interpretation in clean formations. Measurement environment (drilling, borehole, invasio...

Training Structural Geology, Basin Development and Associated Traps

Oil and Gas
Training Structural Geology, Basin Development and Associated Traps OBJECTIVES Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to: get familiar with both brittle and ductile deformations identification and analysis, in various types of sedimentary basins, at different scales and under different stress regimes: at lithosphere scale: plate tectonics and basin formation (rifts, passive margins, active margins and thrust belts); at basin scale: subsidence and inversion, structural traps (tilted blocks, horsts, shale and salt domes, folds), at field and reservoir scales: behavior of faults (seal or drain), fracturing, cap rock integrity…, be able to identify the specific structural style of a petroleum area, on outcrop pictures and on seismic profiles, be able to grasp i...

Training Petroleum Systems: Hydrocarbons from Source Rock to Reservoirs

Oil and Gas
Training Petroleum Systems: Hydrocarbons from Source Rock to Reservoirs OBJECTIVES Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to: review the petroleum system concept and associated processes, get practical insights of basic analysis of geochemical data and reports, assess and analyze geochemical data in order to evaluate source rock potential and maturity. WHO SHOULD ATTEND? Geologists, geophysicists or geochemists involved in petroleum potential evaluation or in reservoir management. COURSE CONTENT  INTRODUCTION TO PETROLEUM SYSTEMS  SOURCE ROCKS: FORMATION & DISTRIBUTION Formation of source rocks: Type of organic matter. Distribution of source rocks in space & time.  FROM SOURCE ROCK TO ACCUMULATION ...

Training Seismic Reflection Fundamentals

Oil and Gas
Training Seismic Reflection Fundamentals OBJECTIVES Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to: assess the seismic reflection workflow main steps, from acquisition to interpretation, understand fundamentals of seismic wave propagation with relation to petrophysical properties of subsurface, grasp methodology of surface and borehole seismic acquisition, processing and interpretation. WHO SHOULD ATTEND? E&P professionals with no or limited experience in seismic. COURSE CONTENT  SEISMIC WAVES PROPAGATION & SIGNAL PROCESSING Seismic waves, rock velocities and densities, Snell-Descartes laws. Reflection coefficients, acoustic impedance. Seismic reflection principle. Seismic shot gathers. Seismic signal vs. Seismic noises....
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