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  • Drilling Data Quality Control and Monitoring Using Artificial intelligence

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 06/30/2021 at 12:00 PM (EDT)

    In this presentation, the winning teams of the SPE-DUPTS Drilling Data Competition will present their solution to address one of the major challenges in the drilling domain - Data quality. In 6 months, 15 teams were tasked to develop an innovative approach to detect, correct and measure the uncertainty in drilling sensor data.

    In this presentation, the winning teams of the SPE-DUPTS Drilling Data Competition will present their solution to address one of the major challenges in the drilling domain - Data quality. In 6 months, 15 teams were tasked to develop an innovative approach to detect, correct and measure the uncertainty in drilling sensor data.

    This webinar is categorized under the Drilling technical discipline.

    All content contained within this webinar is copyrighted by Rayana Alshehri, Lucas Andres Miranda Pinto and James Omeke and its use and/or reproduction outside the portal requires express permission from Rayana Alshehri, Lucas Andres Miranda Pinto and James Omeke.

    Rayana Alshehri

    Data Science Specialist, Saudi Aramco

    Rayana Alshehri is a Data Science specialist working with the Data Science Group in the Upstream Exploration organization at Saudi Aramco. She participated with her team in the development of many petroleum engineering projects. Rayana's main interest is in utilizing Machine Learning and Data Analytics techniques to provide a better understanding of the Data and to develop intelligent solutions for scientific problems. She graduated with a Bachelor degree in Computer Science from Imam Abdulrahman Bin Faisal University (IAU) in May 2020.

    Lucas Miranda

    Reservoir Engineering Intern, Tecpetrol

    Lucas Miranda is a petroleum engineering student with an scholarship from Pan American Energy. Captain of the Petrobowl team of ITBA. Currently working in Tecpetrol as a Reservoir Engineering Intern. Interested in the use of Data Science to improve the Oil and Gas operations.

    James Omeke

    Reservoir Engineer

    James Omeke is an experienced reservoir engineer passionate about integrating Artificial intelligence and machine learning techniques into existing workflows in the upstream oil and gas activities. He has been successfully embedding data science – analytics into engineering processes including assisted history-matching, supervised and unsupervised machine learning applied to reservoir characterization, virtual flow meter development and production optimization. James’s research interest has been in online/offline deep learning and physics-informed neural networks (PINN). He holds a bachelor’s in petroleum engineering, a postgraduate certificate in artificial intelligence and machine learning from University of Texas in Austin and currently a master’s student in reservoir geoscience and engineering at IFP school France.

    SPE Webinars are FREE to members courtesy of the

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  • Drilling Fluids and the Circulating System

    Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits

    The development and production of an oil or gas field is among the most involved and challenging business undertakings. Learn the steps involved in field development, from its initial planning stages, through reservoir analysis, subsurface design and construction of surface facilities. This module also covers components of long-term production, reservoir management and facilities maintenance.

    Description:

    The development and production of an oil or gas field is among the most involved and challenging business undertakings. Learn the steps involved in field development, from its initial planning stages, through reservoir analysis, subsurface design and construction of surface facilities. This module also covers components of long-term production, reservoir management and facilities maintenance.

    Duration:  3 hours, 20 minutes

    Content:

    • Drilling Fluids Overview
    • Drilling Rig Circulating System
    • Drilling Fluid Components and Additives
    • Drilling Fluid Systems
    • Solids Control
    • Clay Chemistry
    • Environmental Aspects of Drilling Mud Engineering
    • Field Tests of Drilling Fluids
    • Mud Engineering Calculations
    • Drilling Fluids and the Circulating System: References and Additional Information

    This online training course is categorized under the Drilling discipline.

    0.33 CEUs offered.

    Members : USD 115.00

    Non-members : USD 150.00

  • Cementing

    Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Introduces the chemistry and classification of oil well cements.

    Description:

    Introduces the chemistry and classification of oil well cements. Discusses the use of additives, API testing requirements, and slurry flow properties. Describes cementing equipment, procedures, and evaluation techniques for primary and remedial cementing.

    Duration:  3 hours, 20 minutes

    Content:

    • Introduction to Cementing
    • Chemistry and Classification of Oilwell Cements
    • Cement Additives
    • Cement Testing Procedures
    • Cement Slurry Flow Properties and Mud Displacement
    • Cementing Equipment
    • Primary Cementing
    • Squeeze Cementing
    • Plug Cementing
    • Cement Evaluation

    This online training course is categorized under the Drilling discipline.


    0.33 CEUs offered.

    Members : USD 115.00

    Non-members : USD 150.00

  • Basic Completion Design and Practices

    Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Introduces features used to categorize well completions, emphasizing the importance of correct tubing design and techniques.

    Description:

    Introduces the key components, functional specifications, constraints and planning considerations involved in well completion design. Reviews the common types of completions and their areas of application. Describes the stages in the completion design process, the role of company policies, industry standards and regulatory requirements, and the typical tasks of a completions team.

    Duration:  6 hours 48 minutes

    Content:

    • General Criteria for Completion Design
    • Basic Downhole Configurations
    • Lift Methods and Completion Design
    • Specialized Completion Designs
    • Completion Productivity and Injectivity
    • Completion Planning

    This online training course is categorized under the Completions discipline.

    0.2 CEUs offered.

    Members : USD 115.00

    Non-members : USD 150.00

  • Platform and Structural Design Considerations

    Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits

    This presentation describes planning, designing, and arranging of equipment on offshore structures for the safe and efficient production of oil and gas.

    Description:

    This presentation describes planning, designing, and arranging of equipment on offshore structures for the safe and efficient production of oil and gas. General criteria is provided for designing living quarters. This content also provides the project engineer with information for determining line size, wall thickness, and pressure rating class. Miscellaneous details to be considered in designing a piping system also are discussed.

    Duration:  2 hours, 40 minutes

    Content:

    • Offshore Facility Layout
    • Living Quarters Layout
    • Facilities Piping
    • Platform and Structural Design Considerations: References and Additional Information

    This online training course is categorized under the Projects, Facilities, and Construction discipline.

    0.27 CEUs offered.

    Members : USD 115.00

    Non-members : USD 150.00

  • Instrumentation

    Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits

    This presentation covers the principles of control theory and the popular methods of implementation.

    Description:

    This presentation covers the principles of control theory and the popular methods of implementation. Pressure, temperature and, flow measurement equipment types and their selection criteria is explained in detail. Different types and typical mounting practices for Level Instruments is presented. Control valves are described in terms of how to select the proper type of valve, suitable materials, and an appropriate size. Specifications and review of Safety Shutdown and Wellhead Control systems are covered in detail.

    Duration:  6 hours

    Content:

    • Controllers and Control Theory
    • Pressure Measurement and Control
    • Temperature Measurement and Control
    • Flow Measurement and Control
    • Level Measurement and Control
    • Control Valves
    • Safety Shutdown Systems
    • Wellhead Shutdown Systems
    • Instrumentation: References and Additional Information

    This online training course is categorized under the Projects, Facilities, and Construction discipline.

    0.6 CEUs offered.

    Members : USD 115.00

    Non-members : USD 150.00

  • Utility Systems and Equipment

    Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits

    This topic presents information on fuel system design, providing guidelines for determining the facility fuel requirements and information on selecting equipment needed to treat fuels prior to use.

    Description:

    This topic presents information on fuel system design, providing guidelines for determining the facility fuel requirements and information on selecting equipment needed to treat fuels prior to use. Technical explanations on Fired heaters and their uses, along with guidelines for selecting and specifying a fired heater is presented. The next tutorial provides methods for determining the amount of waste heat energy available, and presents information and procedures on the design of a waste heat recovery system. Then, various components of refrigeration and heating systems are described, and a procedure is established for sizing evaporator duties, condenser duties, compressor horsepower, fan horsepower and duct sizes. In the last two subtopics, a basic understanding of reciprocating and centrifugal pumps is provided.

    Duration:  5 hours, 20 minutes

    Content:

    • Fuel Gas Systems
    • Fired Heaters and Hydrate Control
    • Heat Transfer Systems
    • Waste Heat Recovery
    • Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning
    • Reciprocating Pumps
    • Centrifugal Pumps
    • Utility Systems and Equipment: References and Additional Information

    This online training course is categorized under the Projects, Facilities, and Construction discipline.

    0.53 CEUs offered.

    Members : USD 115.00

    Non-members : USD 150.00

  • Water Systems and Equipment

    Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits

    This presentation describes the equipment used to separate, treat, collect, and dispose of wastewater, along with procedures for designing a water treating system consisting of skimmer tanks and vessels, plate coalescers, flotation units, and/or disposal piles.

    Description:

    In production operations, it is often necessary to handle wastewater. The water must be separated from the oil and disposed of in an environmentally safe manner. This presentation describes the equipment used to separate, treat, collect, and dispose of wastewater, along with procedures for designing a water treating system consisting of skimmer tanks and vessels, plate coalescers, flotation units, and/or disposal piles. Information about equipment selection and sizing for removing suspended solids and dissolved gases from water is also provided.

    Duration:  2 hours

    Content:

    • Treating Oil from Produced Water
    • Removing Solids and Dissolved Gases from Produced Water
    • Water Systems and Equipment: References and Additional Information

    This online training course is categorized under the Projects, Facilities, and Construction discipline.

    0.2 CEUs offered.

    Members : USD 115.00

    Non-members : USD 150.00

  • Gas Systems and Equipment

    Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits

    This presentation discusses conventional TEG dehydration and presents a method to size and design the glycol dehydration equipment.

    Description:

    Besides sales contract restrictions, several other reasons exist for the removal of acid components from natural gas streams. Among these are personnel safety, odor reduction, and fuel Btu improvement. The process of removing water vapor from a gas stream is called "gas dehydration. This presentation discusses conventional TEG dehydration and presents a method to size and design the glycol dehydration equipment. Compressors are used whenever it is necessary to flow gas from a low pressure system to a higher pressure system. This presentation provides guidelines on selecting the type of compressor to use for each application, determining power requirements, and designing the piping system associated with the compressor.

    Duration:  2 hours, 40 minutes

    Content:

    • Acid Gas Removal
    • Glycol Dehydration
    • Reciprocating Compressors
    • Gas Systems and Equipment: References and Additional Information

    This online training course is categorized under the Projects, Facilities, and Construction discipline.

    0.27 CEUs offered.

    Members : USD 115.00

    Non-members : USD 150.00

  • Oil Systems and Equipment

    Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits

    These presentations provide an understanding of two-phase and three-phase separators, describe how they work and what the design procedures are for sizing them.

    Description:

    These presentations provide an understanding of two-phase and three-phase separators, describe how they work and what the design procedures are for sizing them. Then, different methods and procedures are described for oil treating and associated equipment design. Oil desalting is the process of removing water-soluble salts from an oil stream. This presentation describes the equipment commonly used and provides references for sizing the equipment. Crude oil or condensate stabilization describes the various processes used to stabilize a crude oil or condensate stream, and presents a preliminary method for determining liquid recoveries through stabilization.

    Duration:  4 hours

    Content:

    • Two Phase Separators
    • Three Phase Separators
    • Oil Treaters
    • Desalting
    • Crude Stabilization
    • Oil Systems and Equipment: References and Additional Information

    This online training course is categorized under the Projects, Facilities, and Construction discipline.

    0.4 CEUs offered.

    Members : USD 115.00

    Non-members : USD 150.00