PetroSkills: Surface Production Operations - PO3
The purpose of this course is to present an overview and fundamental understanding of the wide range of oilfield production handling and treatment equipment. The participant should learn not only "what" but "how" field fluid treating equipment works. The fundamental principles of fluid behavior are first introduced, then applied to all of the various equipment and systems comprising production operations. Emphasis is on understanding the internal workings inside the piping, valves and vessels.
A major goal of this course is to improve communication among the technical disciplines, field and office in order to enhance operational efficiencies, lower costs and improve production economics. Example step-by-step exercises are worked together with the instructor to drive home the important points. Daily sessions include formal presentation interspersed with directed discussion and problem solving.
Designed for: Office, field, service, support and supervisory personnel who need a basic understanding of the purpose and uses of field production processing equipment. This course is excellent for cross-training all disciplines and personnel who interact with production operations.
JEFFREY S. MCMULLAN has over 30 years broad career growth in the upstream oil and gas business including engineering assignments in drilling, well completions and production as well as operations supervisory, management and executive positions. He has also worked in employee selection, training and development for technical, administrative and operations personnel and is experienced in building highly successful organizations from the ground up. Jeff received a B.S. in Petroleum Engineering from Louisiana State University.
|ZP25131Q||Nov 4 - 8||8:00 am - 5:00 pm|
||Midland College PPDC Building|
|Registered: 0||Register directly with PetroSkills: www.petroskills.com||40.0 Hours|