FOR NON-PETROLEUM ENGINEERS (PENPE) 20 - 24 March 2017 | 21 - 25 August 2017 Block M4, IBD UTM Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA Institute of Bioproduct Development UNIVERSITI TEKNOLOGI MALAYSIA
COURSE INTRODUCTION This course will enable your organization or company to answer the following questions: A 5-day comprehensive introduction to the technology, terminology and operations of the petroleum industry. The course discusses what the industry does and the tools it uses, decision-making processes, economic results and the risks involved. Class exercises provide practical experience and insight into what is involved in doing business in today’s industry.
This course provide students with a comprehensive introduction to the oil and gas industry including technology, terminology, operations, decisions and economics, as well as helping participants to better understand their work and how it relates to others in the company and to the industry.
What you can expect to gain
Tools and operations involved in oil and gas industry Basic geology as related to oil and gas reservoirs Reservoir fluid and rock properties Reservoir definition and development; production and recovery Fundamentals of drilling, well completions and production operations Basic concepts of primary and enhanced recovery operations Surface operations Issues in the petroleum business and the relationship between them.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Non-Petroleum Engineers or Scientists Management, Executives and Field Support Staff working in oil and gas industry New hires Executives Sales and marketing IT services Accounting
Chemical Engineering Pilot Plant
Steinbeis MS ISO/IEC 17025 TESTING SAMM NO. 433
COURSE CONTENT Day 1
Introduction to petroleum industry Field Life Cycle Exploring for oil and gas Hydrocarbon origins and accumulations Well logging Reservoir geology Drilling Systems Drilling Operations Well Planning Well Control Casing and Cementing Well Completion
Fundamentals of Reservoir Engineering Reservoir Rocks Concepts of Permeability, Porosity and Saturation Reservoir Fluid Properties Fluid Sampling and PVT analysis Coring and Core Analysis Volumetric (Reserves) Estimation Deterministic Methods Inputs to Volumetric Estimates Reservoir Dynamic Behaviour Reservoir Drive Mechanism Fluid Displacement Prediction Methods
Reservoir Modeling and Simulation Development of a finite difference model Derivation of governing equations and discretisation to obtain various difference schemes Different approaches in generating the coefficient matrices Errors in finite difference schemes Matrix solvers Errors in Data Handling History matching EOR – Recovering the remaining Oil Thermal techniques Chemical Techniques Miscible Processes Microbial Processes and others Well Testing
Day 4 & 5
Petroleum Production System Petroleum Facilities Operation Gaslift System Offshore Petroleum Facilities Gas Processing Facilities Oil Production Facilities Land and offshore production facilities Crude oil Terminal and Storage Tanks Transportation system
COURSE TUTORS Assoc. Prof. ISSHAM ISMAIL
He is an Associate Professor and the Head of Petroleum Engineering Department (DPE) of Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM). Graduated with a Diploma and B.Sc. in Petroleum Engineering from UTM, and a M.Sc. in Petroleum Engineering from Imperial College of London. Prior to joining UTM in 1988, he worked as a Field Engineer with Amsito Oilwell Services (M) Sdn. Bhd. Interestingly, he also had the exposure to the North Sea Petroleum Industry via a summer project at Amoco (UK) Exploration. Previous assignments in the DPE were Head of Production Lab, Head of Drilling Lab, and Head of Drilling & Production Panel. His area of expertise is drilling and production, and among the notable projects that had been successfully completed were Improve of Crude Oil Production via Reduction of Formation Damage, The Use of Local Iron-based Materials in Drilling Mud, Drilling Fluid Formulations, and The Use of Local Materials in Drilling Fluid. The Human Resource Development Study for the State of Terengganu, Waste Water Treatment Plant Effluent Study, and EIA for a Proposed Housing Development & Miri Extension on Canada Hill, Sarawak, were among the consultancy projects that he had accomplished. He is active in presenting technical papers in local and international conferences, and published many articles in journals and encyclopedia. His other major contribution in writing is the publication of several petroleum engineering reference books. He has led and conducted many petroleum short courses for local and foreign oil and gas related companies, and various book-writing courses to Malaysian higher learning institutions.
Petroleum Engineering For Non-Petroleum Engineers (PENPE)
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Assoc. Prof. ARSHAD
Mr. Azmi Mohd Arshad joined the Universiti Teknologi Malaysia in 1987, and currently is a Senior Lecturer at the Petroleum Engineering Department. Graduated with B.Sc. in Mineral Engineering (Petroleum) from University of Alabama, USA, and a M.Sc. in Petroleum Engineering from Imperial College of London. He conducts undergraduate courses in basic engineering and reservoir engineering, carries out research in reservoir simulation and oil pollution, and has presented many technical papers in local and international conferences. He is also actively involved in giving seminars and conferences related to petroleum industries.
We can offer courses in-house at your company Staff from more than 700 local and overseas companies have attended our life-long learning programmes Some of these companies are : PETRONAS, SHELL, BP, SAUDI ARABIA BASIC IND. CORP. (SABIC), QATAR LNG, ALMARAI (SAUDI ARABIA), IDEMITSU, EASTMAN CHEMICALS, BASF PETRONAS, KUWAIT INSTITUTE OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH, KHARTOUM REFINERY, LOADSTAR (Sri Lanka) etc.
For more information, please contact INSTITUTE OF BIOPRODUCT DEVELOPMENT UNIVERSITI TEKNOLOGI MALAYSIA 81310 UTM Johor Bahru, Johor tel +607.553 6486 fax+607.553 6464 Mrs Asrin | [email protected]
IBD UTM Jalan Sultan Yahya Petra 54100 Kuala Lumpur tel +603.2615 4406 fax+603.2693 7921 Mrs Yatie | [email protected]
UTM Kuala Lumpur is situated about 10 minutes drive from the famous Kuala Lumpur landmark, the PETRONAS TWIN TOWER and KLCC, the prime shopping centre. It is easily accessible by road and major hotelsare located nearby.