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More About Oil and Gas Production and Completions Engineering Training

Oil and Gas production and completions engineering refers to the process by which oil wells are made ready for production or injection. The technology for drilling and finishing oil wells is constantly evolving and it is important that oil and gas professionals who are responsible for this process are up to date on the latest. Alongside keeping up with new technology, it is important to know which methods are most appropriate for different environments. With production and completions engineering training, professionals will know how to extract oil and gas as effectively as possible and with the fewest possible environmental side-effects.

Topics Covered in Oil and Gas Production and Completions Engineering Training Courses

As mentioned above, this complex field is one that is being constantly developed and improved. Due to this, there is always something new for engineers in this field to learn in order to better do their jobs. Production and completions engineering training courses also exist for professionals in surrounding areas such as those working in analytics or even members of upper management who want to understand the logistics and finances behind this field. Some common course titles within production and completions engineering include:

  • Surface Production Operations
  • Production Logging
  • Coiled Tubing Interventions
  • Sand Control
  • Overview of Heavy Oil Resources
  • Well Stimulation
  • Surface Water Management

Formats of Oil and Gas Production and Completions Engineering Training Courses

Production and completions engineering training comes in a range formats to ensure that there is an option available for all interested parties. Those companies seeking in-person training can choose between classroom courses/seminars and on-site training. A classroom course or seminar is generally most appealing to an individual seeking to gain knowledge in a specific area, either on their own or sent by their company. In-house or on-site training is an excellent option for companies who want to train a number of employees in the same new skill. For example, if your company has decided to try a new method for well completion, bring in an expert to teach the relevant information to all employees who will be putting the new technique into practice.

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