Effective HPHT Wells Practices (HPHT well)
Venue: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
|Event Date/Time: Dec 01, 2010||End Date/Time: Dec 03, 2010|
01st â€“ 03rd December 2010,
JW Marriott Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
*** Elevate your HPHT expertise, increase revenue, improve efficiency and reduce risk ***
â€œI have worked together with Julian Coker, both offshore and onshore in different project the last 5 years.
He is an expert in HPHT pore pressure evaluation and use/training of the software Drillworks Predict"
~ Operations Geology Manager, Det Norske.
â€œJulian Coker worked with planning pressure and stress gradients for Norsk Hydro over a period of several years. Amongst his dutied was the planning of a HPHT exploration well in the Southern North Sea and for the development of a HPHT field in Denmark.
He also participated in building HPHT expertise in Norsk Hydro through his personal network outside the company"
~ Leading Advisor for Wellbore Stability and Drilling Practice, Statoil.
Why this event?
High Pressure High Temperature Wells (HPHT) contain more hydrocarbons and with large enough reservoirs would bring in handsome revenues.
For the reason stated aboce coupled with the depletion of existing fields, scarcity of easier targets and the rise of seismic techniques that are continually improved, the number of HPHT wells is increasing in many areas in the world.
These wells span in the areas of, though not limited to; North Sea, the deepwaters of Gulf of Mexico and China.
However, with such benefits come great challenges and risks involved in HPHT wells. The requirements of a HPHT well differ from that of conventional wells. HPHT wells practices require greater expertise and the margin for errors are very narror with great devastating consequences.
This course aims to equip participants with the knowledge and understanding on ways to overcome the challenges and risk in HPHT wells while elevating the effectiveness of their HPHT wells practices, giving special emphasis on methods to detect and analyse geopressure in HPHT wells.
About the workshop;
This course comprises on all major aspects on HPHT well projects. It covers the theories, technicalities, and practicalities of HPHT wells complete with impending risks and plausible challenges. This course is also equipped with case studies on both successful HPHT well projects and the mistakes of past projects with special emphasis on geopressure detection analysis that participants can definately gain from.
There are also practical exercises and assessments all throughout this course with interactive discussion to meet the specific needs of all the participants.
This training course is tailored and customised for the needs of HPHT wells practitioners all around the world.
Why is this workshop uniques;
HPHT is a growing technology in the oil and gas sector
Trainer (Mr. Julian Coker) has 23 years of experience as a geologist with experiences in the UK, Norway, Denmark, West Africa, Middle East, Soviet Union, South East Asia, Australia and US.
Has great expertise in HPHT and deepwater wells especially with pore pressure prediction.
Also experienced in operations geology, wellsite geology, well planning, database, remote sensing and geological mapping.
Trainer has experience in the North Sea, Bay of Bengal, Gulf of Mexico, Australia, and Nigeria.
Trainer's clients include shell, Schlumberger, Chevron, BHP Petrol, Statoil, Reliance, BG, Apache, Dong Energy, Det Norske, RWE and so on.
Training not only emphasises on HPHT wells, but put special attention to detecting and analysing geopressure which is a crucial part of HPHT well projects.
Training is equipped with case studies and exercises.
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