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    TrainingToday

    TrainingToday is a leading provider of online education programs for employees & supervisors. Each course in our extensive library addresses a specific topic with engaging and interactive presentations, delivering practical advice and clear instructions.
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    Infrared Inspections for Petrochemical Companies

    This Online IR training course for petrochemical industries is a 21 hour course on theory and application in the use of IR imaging to locate and evaluate problems within oil and chemical processing plants. Topics covered include electrical distribution equipment, mechanical systems, high temperature processing equipment, and infrared inspection of boiler and heater tubes.
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    Issues of IFRS compliant financial statements

    Overview: This presentation will help you become acquainted with the latest information regarding IFRS for companies in the resource sector. Why should you Attend: Extractive industries, involved in the search for mineral resources, including oil, gas, minerals, and similar non-regenerative resources, have unique accounting and reporting issues, particularly in regards to the evaluation of assets, revenues and expenditures. Areas Covered in the Session: Why the accounting for this sector is different How resource assets are evaluated Special rules for measuring revenues and expenditures How revaluation rules apply to the Oil, Gas, and Mining industries Other specific requirements of IFRS 6 Required disclosures
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    Webinar on OSHA's E-Recordkeeping and Significant Injury Reporting Rules: Updates to be compliant with in 2019

    Join this webinar to understand the new requirements for electronic injury and illness reporting, how to correctly fill out the OSHA 300, 301, and 300A logs, more. Price:$150.00. Contact info : OnlineCompliancePanel Phn. no. +1-510-857-5896 Fax-+1-510-509-9659 info@onlinecompliancepanel.com Event link - https://www.onlinecompliancepanel.com/webinar/OSHA-s-E-Recordkeeping-and-Significant-Injury-Reporting-Rules-Updates-to-be-compliant-with-in-2019-506899/JANUARY-2019-ES-TRAININGREGISTRY
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    Hydraulic Fracturing

    This 5-day course emphasizes the multi-disciplinary nature of hydraulic fracturing, covering the "Reservoir Engineering" aspects, integrated with the "Fracture Mechanics" aspects, and coupled with "Operational" considerations. This integration is absolutely necessary in order to present how to recognize opportunities for fracturing from hard rock tight gas, to offshore "frac-pack" completions, to multi-fractured horizontal shale wells. Also covered is how to estimate required data for planning and preparing preliminary job designs, how to design, perform, and analyze pre-frac tests, and finally how to arrive at an "optimum" final design. Along with an Introduction to Fracturing, the course covers Reservoir Response, Rock Stresses, Fracture Geometry, Fracture Pressure Analysis, Fracture Fluid & Proppant Selection, Multi - Fractured Horizontal Wells, and Field Application & Quality Control. Instructor: Carl Montgomery, NSI Technologies
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    Case Studies of Recognizing Bypassed and Unconventional Pay From Wireline Logs and Quality Control of Processed Logs

    This one day course presents more than a dozen case studies of bypassed or unconventional pay in shale, clastics, and carbonates. The examples will be reviewed by class attendees in teams and discussed with the class in a workshop format designed to encourage discussion and learning. This course is focused on practical application as opposed to theory and equations with the goals of; • Improving skills in recognizing unusual log signatures that can indicate an unconventional or bypassed resource • Improving skills in quality-control of standard logs and processed logs - Recognizing situations where additional logs, core or other information might be needed for proper formation evaluation. *Participants will need to bring a laptop with Microsoft Excel to each day of this course* For general audiences from new grads to gray hairs, for all Geoscientists – anyone with a basic understanding of logs. A diverse mix of experience levels and disciplines provides better discussion.
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    Introduction to Log Analysis

    This practical 3-day log workshop will illustrate log responses to rocks and their fluids. Once these simple relationships (common throughout the world) are understood, you can recognize permeability, hydrocarbons and identify rock and fluid types easily. The session will also include illustrated techniques for recognizing log validity. Participants are encouraged to bring their own logs to complement existing real-life case studies. Who Should Attend Professionals in drilling, production, geosciences and completion technology utilize this program. This practical class will be a good review for those who have had log applications in the past and a good introduction for those who have had little application of logs before.
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    Cement Log Evaluation - In High Angle to Horizontal Wells

    This 2-Day workshop will illustrate the application of cement logs for cement evaluation, which is essential to successful completions and meeting ERCB requirements. Actual log examples including SAGD and horizontal wells are utilized to illustrate different type of logs and allow a comparison for log quality and evaluation of interpretation techniques. There will be exercises of making squeeze or no squeeze decisions and discussion of influences from drilling and mud removal techniques. Included are practical guide lines for successfully evaluating cement integrity and isolation. This course will apply to those professionals involved in cementing, completions and work-over. Those solving problems particularly related to SAGD and AER approval. Those evaluating foam or light weight cements, which have posed unique problems and detailed techniques for those circumstances. Those involved in horizontal well completions today where isolation between frac stages is required.
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    Upstream Petroleum Economics using Excel

    This hands-on course examines many of the traditional topics of engineering economics as applied to typical upstream oil and gas evaluations through introduction of concepts followed by illustrative Excel modeling exercises. The course also sets the stage for various ways to incorporate risk into our analyses and for analyzing uncertainty. *Participants will need to bring a PC laptop with Microsoft Excel to each day of this course*
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    Accounting For Non-Accountants

    In this one-day session participants will learn accounting fundamentals to the extent that they will be conversant with accounting terminology and reporting standards – including financial statements, and become familiar with generally accepted accounting principles and recording standards. Who Should Attend Professionals who have accountability or exposure to budgets and other internal financial reports, entrepreneurs, administrators, and those considering jobs in accounting-related fields will gain an understanding of accounting practices and the technical language used by accountants. Participants with or without bookkeeping backgrounds will apply greater depth to financial decision making as a result of this one-day session.
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    Stress and Time Management

    Stress costs Canadian industry millions each year, yet no one calculates what the real cost is to our personal lives. We all have many demands placed on us whether they are related to work, family, home, or community involvement. In this course you will learn several skills, tools and techniques that can help you better manage stress and time, and keep you resilient in your organizational environment. You will also recognize and appreciate the interrelationship between many variables including stress, time management, and interpersonal communications. Who Should Attend This course will benefit leaders, team members and essentially anyone in an organization who needs to more effectively manage stress and time, and ultimately create success in one’s personal and work life.
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    Rotary Screw and Centrifugal Compressors in Natural Gas Processing

    This half-day course is designed to familiarize technical professionals in the gas processing business with the design and operation of oil-injected screw compressor units that are used in typical natural gas field booster compression and propane refrigeration applications. Who Should Attend This course is designed for personnel involved in the selection, operation, and troubleshooting of screw compressors. Attendees should be familiar with basic compression and refrigeration technology. • Compressor Design Considerations • Compressor Components • Horsepower and Temperature Rise - Calculations and Monitoring • Lube Systems Options - Oil Injected Versus Dry • Screw Compressors in Refrigeration Service • Project Applications • Screw Compressors as Boosters • Cooling Systems • Capacity Control and Driver Selection
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    Natural Gas Processing - Refrigeration and Fractionation

    This 1-day course is designed to familiarize technical professionals with the design and operation of propane refrigeration loops used in typical NGL recovery and/or dewpoint control facilities, with an emphasis on design, troubleshooting and performance optimization. The principles of natural gas liquids fractionation and cryogenic expander operation are briefly discussed, including LNG and LPG operations and power recovery from LNG import terminals. This course is designed primarily for engineers and technologists involved in the design, operation, and optimization of gas processing facilities. A working knowledge of gas compression is required. Topics Included • Basic Design and Operation of Refrigeration Circuit • Capacity Control • Equipment Options • Power-Reducing Modifications • Troubleshooting Dewpoint Control Problems • Principles of Fractionation Tower Operation • Gas Expander - Propane Refrigerant Comparison • LNG Plants and Cold Power Recovery at LNG Import Terminals
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    Energy and Capacity Optimization in Gas Processing Plants

    This one-day course will provide participants with tools to identify, prioritize, and remedy wasted energy primarily in gas processing facilities, with an emphasis on inefficient and under utilized compressors, engines, refrigerant plants, cooling systems, turbines, and steam plants. The session will benefit field operations personnel with the ongoing optimization of existing systems, and will assist project engineers and technologists with cost-benefit analyses relating to capital and operating costs for capital budgets along with the selection of electric versus gas driven equipment. *Hands-on computer simulation of the equipment will be included as part of this course. Participants should bring a laptop to the course to load simulation software. Group studies will include the optimization of key equipment using supplied software.*
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    Introduction to Pumps

    This half-day course is for technical personnel involved in the selection and operation of Pumps in the Oil and Gas Processing facilities. The course is a basic introduction to both Centrifugal and Reciprocating Pumps and does briefly include some good operating practices to improve Pump longevity, safety and operating costs. A complete set of course materials is included in this course. Who Should Attend Technicians, Operators and Junior Engineers will find this course helpful and relevant. Topics Included • Reciprocating Pumps. • Centrifugal Pumps. • Pump head and power calculations. • Pump components. • Pump selection. • Pump optimization and control.
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    Reciprocating Compressors in Natural Gas Processing

    This 2-day course is designed to familiarize technical professionals with the design and operation of gas compression equipment, with a majority of the seminar focusing on reciprocating units used in typical field compression applications. The second day deals with advanced operation, performance monitoring, optimization, and troubleshooting. *Hands-on computer simulation of the equipment will be included as part of this course. This course is designed for personnel involved in the design and operation of compression equipment. Course Outline • Basic Compression Theory • Compressor Selection and Design Considerations • Reciprocating Compressor Components • Horsepower and Temperature Rise - Calculations and Monitoring • Valve and Rod Load Monitoring • Cooling Systems - Optimization and Troubleshooting Capacity Control • Driver Selection - Electric Motors; Gas Engines; Gas Turbines; Steam Turbines • Compressor Packaging and Environmental Considerations
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    An Update on Modern NMR Logging, Applications and Limitations

    This one day course provides an overview of current NMR logging technology, including new applications in unconventional reservoirs. The course includes several case studies and log examples, which are scrutinized by attendees with respect to optimized data acquisition, quality control, and data processing techniques. The course provides examination of T1 and T2 logging, pore size, fluid effects, porosity, bound fluid and permeability models, fluid identification from NMR, review of currently logging tools, applications in unconventional reservoirs and limitations of NMR. A complete set of course materials and lunch is included in this course. Who Should Attend For all Geoscientists desiring an overview of NMR logging and an update on recent advancements.
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    Formation Damage Prevention and Treatments

    The purpose of this course is to provide adequate knowledge in formation damage. It will take participants through the types and mechanics of formation damage, and their preventions and treatments. The advantages of attending the Formation Damage this course include: • Understanding the effect of formation damage on revenue to the operator • Understanding the mechanism of formation damage • Understanding formation lab tests and interpretation • Understanding the impact of skin on productivity for both vertical and horizontal wells • How to select the best fluid (less damaging) at every phase of the well development: drilling and completion, cementing, perforating, stimulation, gravel packing, workover, production and injection operations • How to diagnose formation damage problems • How to apply the best treatment to a sandstone and carbonate reservoir • How to stimulate tight reservoir with low porosity and low permeability. • How to stimulate high permeability reservoir.
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    In-Situ Oil Extraction: SAGD

    On one hand, this one-day SAGD course can be considered a crash course for individuals who have just started work in SAGD industries, while on the other hand it is a course for individuals who have been working in SAGD for many years but have never had the chance to grasp a “high level picture” of SAGD plants. The In-Situ Oil Extraction: SAGD course explains important and popular aspects of SAGD plants in a plain language easily understandable for individuals in managerial and technical roles. Three main segments of SAGD plants/projects will be covered; CPF (Central Processing Facility), pipelines and well pads. The approach taken is to initially take a black box approach for each element of the plant by covering the goal and duty of the item, then going through the black box by introducing different technologic bases and finally providing a physical sense regarding their size or other frequently-referred operating parameters.
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    Learn To Read (P&IDs;) Piping & Instrumentation Diagrams

    This course will introduce participants to the art of reading Piping & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&ID;) which are typically used in the chemical and process industries by Engineers and Technologists in the design and construction phase, and by Operations and Maintenance staff once facilities are up and running. At the end of this course, you will be able to: ? Understand how the facilities relate to the drawings ? Speak the same language as the Operators and Engineers of the facilities ? Participate in design reviews, HAZOP and other studies ? Propose changes or modifications to improve the system