The Oilfield from Planning to Plugging
This basic course provides an overview of all phases of oilfield operations. The attendees will be introduced to leases, geology, drilling, completing, and producing wells. The class is ideal for non-technical people wanting to learn "the big picture," to broaden their oilfield knowledge, and to learn the value and importance of methods used in the oilfield and some ways to improve them. Topics include: Finding the Prospect, Leasing the Land, Drilling the Well, Logging and Testing, Casing and Cementing the Well, Completing the Well, Additional Wells, Producing Equipment, Producing Operations, and Plug and Abandonment.
The instructor is to present an overview of the terminology and applications used in exploration, drilling, and producing an oilfield, and the attendees should learn these terms and develop an understanding of the various activities that take place during the life of an oilfield.
Delivery Method: Group-Live, PowerPoint, Slide Show, and DVD
Program Level: Beginning
T. E. Gill is a petroleum consultant in Midland, Texas. His work experience includes 30 years of service in drilling, production engineering, facility design and operation, and engineering supervision with subsidiaries of Chevron Corp. in Texas, Oklahoma, Venezuela, Trinidad, Columbia, and the Rocky Mountains. Mr. Gill is a registered professional engineer in Texas and a member of SPE and NACE. He holds a B.S. in chemistry from Midwestern University and a B.S. in petroleum engineering from The University of Texas.
|G102132Q||Feb 25 - 26||8:00 am - 5:00 pm|
|Midland College PPDC Building|
|Registered: 25||16.0 Hours|