SPE Online Education
Full Catalog - Production and Operations
- Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 06/28/2016
This webinar focuses on the different aspects and requirements that need to be considered in order to obtain an optimal separator and internals design for floating facilities.
- Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits
Introduces 3-D seismic techniques used in exploration and reservoir delineation. Describes operations involved in 3-D surveys, including field work, processing and interpretation.
Accessing Third-Party Resources and Best Practices on Methane Emissions Management, Reporting, Measurement & Abatement
In this webinar, Rebecca Middleton (OGCI), Amaia O’Reilly (Energy Institute) and Georges Tijbosch (MiQ) talk about why methane is of concern, methane guiding principles initiative, best practice guides and methane management tools. They also share information about the development of new resources, and cover the abating methane emissions in O&G, what certified gas is and why.
An Introduction To Recognition And Treatment Of Microbial Corrosion (MIC): Practical Tips For Engineers
In this webinar, MIC is explained in engineering terms. In addition, existing methods for recognition and treatment of MIC with their limitations and intrinsic drawbacks will be explained.
- Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 11/08/2021
In this informative webinar, the speakers provide an overview of the various API and ISO standards published for artificial lift, including the status of each, how they are developed, and how you can use them to improve your use of artificial lift systems.
A Practical Workflow for Optimizing Drawdown in Unconventional Reservoirs: A Case Study from the Eagle Ford Shale
This webinar discusses a case study in the Eagle Ford shale in which a practical drawdown management workflow was developed to maximize well deliverability.
- Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 12/02/2015
Presented by Anatoly Zolotukhin
- Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 02/22/2022
Artificial lift is a key component in oil and gas production. Most of the unconventional wells end up in some form of Artificial lift in 2-3 years of their life. Managing artificial lift performance/ failure becomes very crucial as it is one of the major downtime attributes. Due to rapid decline of the pressure and the flow rates in these wells, understanding the well performance becomes key for optimization of the artificial lift. A process can be applied to cover the life cycle of the Artificial lift which includes selection or re-selection, redesign and proactive management of the lift system.
- Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 08/18/2021
Operators will share their roadmap of adopting artificial lift management through digitalization, due to the complexity of downhole operations and costs. They will share their current situation and openness to other new technologies for service providers to understand opportunities to share more technological advancements and services.
- Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits
Upon completion of this module, the participant should be able to: distinguish among the common methods of artificial lift and understand their advantages and limitations, select the most appropriate artificial lift method for a given set of well and economic conditions, perform basic surface and subsurface design calculations for gas lift and pump-assisted systems, and monitor artificial lift performance.
Asphaltene Precipitation and Deposition in Containers, Flow Lines and Hydrocarbon Formations and Mitigation by Functional Molecules
Asphaltenes are polar heteroatoms which are often found in varying amounts and properties in crude oils. They are usually dissolved in hydrocarbon mixtures. They may drop out due to changes in pressure, and composition, and temperature to a lesser degree. The precipitation and deposition in flow lines and in the production wells create problems. The deposition is often removed by aromatics such as xylenes. They can be also removed by functional molecules at much lower concentration.
- Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 09/19/2022
This talk will discuss applying automation technology to the Artificial Lift problem of stuffing box and associated seal maintenance. The discussion further expands this theme to Rod BOP automation, with an examination of why this area of design is becoming increasingly important in the areas of producing oil in populated areas.
CCS – CO2 Storage Management and Key Technical Challenges Regulators Face – “Monitoring, Modeling, Sampling & Containment”
This webinar will discuss the current state of two key technologies for oilfield methane management—flaring elimination and remote sensing. The regulatory and business implications of these technology developments will be discussed from both the Operators and Regulators perspectives.
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