PENGELOLAAN LAPANGAN MATURE, TEKNIK & STRATEGI MENINGKATKAN PRODUKSI

PENGELOLAAN LAPANGAN MATURE, TEKNIK & STRATEGI MENINGKATKAN PRODUKSI
Hotel Savoy Homann, Bandung | 23 – 25 April  2013 | IDR  10.750.000,- /Participant
Hotel Savoy Homann, Bandung | 09 – 11 Oktober  2013 |     IDR  10.750.000,- /Participant      

 

 

SASARAN BELAJAR :
Setelah menyelesaikan kursus ini diharapkan peserta dapat :

  • Memahami prinsip-prinsip dasar perhitungan dan melakukan optimisasi pada saat operasi produksi sumur-sumur dan reservoir minyak, gas dilaksanakan, pengembangan pelaksannaan optimisasi produksi ini untuk meningkatkan kinerja produksi sumuran dan lapangan mature.
  • Melakukan diagnosis sederhana dan memengerti penyelesaian permasalahan dalam operasi produksi sumur-sumur minyak dan gas bumi lapangan mature dan mencari strategi meningkatkan produksinya.
  • Membuat analisis sederhana terhadap data sumuran minyak, gas dan panas bumi ,melakukan peramalan kinerja dan merencanakan pengembangn operasi produksi lapangan mature.
  • Melakukan perhitungan-perhitungan kuantitatip sederhana dari seluruh data perolehan data tubing, flowline, choke, perforasi, gravel-pack, sub-surface savety valve pada sumuran, merencanakan pengembangannya dengan memperhitungan kemampuan masing-masing sumuran pada lapangan mature.
  • Mempergunakan pengetahuan operasi produksi untuk keperluan penyelesaian permasalahan sumur seperti : pada saat penyemenan, penanganan scale, pasir, korosi dan damage yang mungkin terjadi pada sumuran minyak dan gas bumi lapangan mature.
  • Memahami prinsip-prinsip dasar perancangan : penyemenan, workover, stimulasi sumuran dengan  pengasaman dan perekahan hidrololik, perencanaan work over dan lain-lain untuk lapangan mature.

PRE-REQUISITE :

  •   Latar belakang  : Operator, Senior Operator, Engineer/Non Engineer

MATERI KURSUS :

  •   Geologic Considerations in producing Operation
  • Introduction
  • Sandstone Reservoirs
  • Geologic Factors Affecting Reservoir Properties in Sandstone
  • Application of Geologic concepts in Specific Sandstone
  • Carbonate Reservoirs
  •   Application of Geologic Concepts in Carbonate Reservoirs
  • Reservoir Considerations in Well Completions
  •   Introduction
  •   Hydrocarbon Properties of Oil and Gas
  • Recommendations of Obtaining Good Test Data
  •   “Eyeball” Interpretation of Pressure Charts
  • Well Completion Design
  •   Factors Influencing Well Completion Design
  • Conventional Tubular Configuration
  •   Unconventional Tubular Configurations
  •   Sizing Production Tubular
  •   Completion Interval
  •   Permanent Well Completions (PWC)
  • Tubingless Completion
  • Tubing Strings,Packers,Subsurface Control Equipment
  • Tubing Strings
  •   Steel Grades
  • Tubing Connections
  • Makeup of API Threaded connection
  •   Design of Tubing Strings
  • High Strength Tubing
  •   Physical Properties of Steel
  • Sensitivities of High Strength Tubing
  •   Tubing Inspection
  •   Tubing Handling Practices
  •   Equipment for Use With-Strength Tubing
  •   Tubing Running Practices
  • API Publication List
  • Packers and Subsurface Control Equipment
  • Production Packers
  • Subsurface Control Equipment
  •  Perforating Oil and Gas Wells
  •   Introduction
  •   Types of Perforators
  • Evaluation of Perforator Performance
  •   Factors  Aftecting Gun Perforating Results
  • Perforating in a Clean Fluid with Differential Pressure Into Wellbore
  • A Comparison between the GEO-VANN System and Other Perforating Methods in Wells Equipped with Packers
  • Completion and Workover Fluids
  • Functions-Requirements-Selection Criteria
  • Formation Damage Related to Solids
  • Oil Fluids-Practical Application
  • Conventional Water-Base Mud
  • Oil Base or Invert-Emulsion Muds
  • Foam
  • Perforating Fluids
  • Packer Fluids
  • Well Killing
  •  Production Logging
  • Introduction
  •   Logging Device
  •   Application of Production logging
  • Field Examples of Production Logging Techniques
  • Primary Cement Evaluation
  •  Problem Well Analysis
  • Problem Wells
  • Problem Well Analysis Checklist
  • Parafin and Asphaltene
  • Introduction
  • Paraffin and Asphaltene Chemistry
  • Deposition Mechanisms
  • Removal of Wax Deposits
  • Preventing or Decreasing Wax Deposition
  • Design of Wax Control
  • Squeeze Cementing-Remedial Cementing
  •   Introduction
  • Theoretical Considerations
  • Practical Considerations
  • Special Squeeze Cementing Situations
  • Planning a Squeeze Cement Job
  • Normal Operational Procedures
  • Other Operational Procedures
  • Plug-Back Operations
  • Special Cement Systems
  • Sand Control
  •   Introduction
  • Reduction of Drag Force
  • Mechanical Methods of Sand Control
  •   Practical Considerations in Gravel Packing
  • Use of screen Without Gravel
  • Resin Consolidation Methods
  • Formation Damage
  •   Introduction
  • Basic Causes of Damage
  • Classification of Damage Mechanisms
  •   Reduced Absolute Permeability
  •   Increased Fluid Viscosity (Emulsion)
  •   Diagnosis of Formation Damage
  • Surfactants for Well Treatments
  • Characteristics of Surfactants
  • Use and Action of Surfactant
  • Formation Damage Susceptible to Surfactant Treatment
  •   Preventing or Removing Damage
  •   Well Stimulation With Surfactants
  • Increasing Effectiveness of Rod Pumping
  • Prevention of Well Damage
  • Acidizing
  • Acids Used in Well Stimulation
  •   Acid Additives
  • Carbonate Acidizing
  •   Acidizing Techniques for Caronat Formations
  •   Sandstone Acidizing
  •   Potential Safety Hazard in Acidizing
  • Hydraulic Fracturing
  •   Introduction
  •   Mechanics of Fracturing
  •   Production Increase from Fracturing
  • Propping the Fracture
  • Frac Fluids
  •   Frac Job Design
  •   Frac Job Evaluation Techniques
  •  Scale Deposition,Removal,and Prevention
  •   Introduction
  • Causes of Scale Deposition
  •   Prediction and Identification of Scale
  •   Scale Removal
  •   Scale Prevention
  • Corrosion Control
  • The Corrosion Process
  •   Detection and Measurement of Corrosion
  •   Corrosion Control
  • Workover and Completion Rigs Workover System
  • Conventional Production Rigs
  • Non-Conventional Workovers System
  •   Concentric Tubing Workovers
  • Workover Planning
  • Reasons for Workover
  • Workover to Alleviate Formation Damage
  • Workover for Low Permeability Well
  • Workover of Wells in Partially Pressure-Depleted Reservoirs
  •   Workover to Reduces Water Production in Oil and Gas Wells
  •   Workover to Reduces Gas Production in Oil Wells
  • Workover for Sand Control
  •   Workover to Repair Mechanical Failure
  • Workover to Change Zones or Reservoirs
  •   Workover to Multicomplete
  • Workover to Increase Production in Well Producing High Viscosity (Low Gravity) Oil
  • Workover Economics

INSTRUKTUR :
Dr.Ir. Sudjati Rachmat, DEA

ASISTEN :
Ir. Ardhi Lumban Gaol

VANUE AND DATE

Vanue  :

Hotel Savoy Homann, Bandung
Date :

  • 23 – 25 April  2013  ( Batch I )
  •   9 – 11 Oktober  2013 ( Batch II)

FACILITIES

  • Training Kit
  •   Soft Copy Material Training On Flashdisk 4GB.
  •   Coffee Break & Lunch
  •   Certifikat
  •   Souvenir
  • Additional Program (optional)

INVESTATION
IDR  10.750.000,- /Participant Non residential. Fir send 3 participant from the same company IDR. 9.250.000,-/participant.

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