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Ikatan Ahli Geologi Indonesia (Indonesian Association of Geologists); IAGI is a non-profit organization of the Indonesian geologists and anybody who has concerns to the earth issues in particular Indonesia. IAGI serve as vehicle for its members in development of education, training, and initiating research projects. But, the soul of IAGI is to complement and provide valuable information to the government and local community. This organization was founded in 1960, and currently have more than 5,000 members that spread throughout oil&gas companies, mining companies, government institution, universities, consultant, contractors, and overseas. For more information, visit the IAGI website at www.iagi.or.id

22 Oct 2018 Applied Reservoir Simulation
  • Speaker : Dike Putra
  • Price : Rp. 19.500.000
  • Email : PrePostEvent@iagiriau.com
  • Phone : 081215543555

Introduction

Reservoir Engineering is the heart of Petroleum Engineering. In essence, reservoir engineering deals with the flow of oil, gas, and water through porous media, and the associated recovery efficiencies. The idea is to attain real-time or near one control on the assets, including continuous optimization of oil and gas production and maximization of recovery. Recently, Reservoir engineers are not only in deterministic solution but also probabilistic methods, economics, recovery processes, and reserves estimation.

Along with the fundamental reservoir engineering, students will gain additional and advanced knowledge to play and active and important role throughout the reservoir life cycle, including discovery, delineation, development, and production, and abandonment. Student will also equipped to understand the various phases of the reservoir management process, including setting a strategy, developing a plan, and implementing, monitoring, evaluating, and completing it.

This Applied Reservoir Simulation Training is designed to learn how the real-life reservoirs are managed effectively. The course is formulated to enhance the student or participant in generating strategically based on valid assumption in the absence of necessary data, as frequently is the case in the reservoir engineering profession. The course is to aid the student or participant alike in playing an active and important role throughout the reservoir life cycle the various phase of the reservoir management process with G&G fellow as asset team member in the project. The course is to equip the function of reservoir engineers how they analyze, think, and work in real-life situations.

 

Audience

Applied Reservoir Simulation Training is set for Reservoir Engineers responsible for conducting comprehensive reservoir studies and simulations.

 

Instructor

Dike Putra, MSc, MBA, P.Eng is a seasoned reservoir engineer with broad experience in the oil and gas industry over 19 years’ experience, complimented by extensive exposure to complex crude oil in sandstone and carbonate. His experience includes appraisal and development of green and brown oil reservoirs with water flooding, miscible gas, polymer, and water alternating gas (WAG) injection as well as integrated reservoir study and simulations modeling and analysis. Further, he has a comprehensive exposure in operation and development of gas fields. Mr. Putra has worked as Senior Reservoir Engineer for several major oil and gas companies including Chevron Corporation, Qatar Petroleum, Abu Dhabi Company for Onshore Oil Operations (ADCO), Brent Energy Services Ltd, and Petronas MPM, and currently R&D Director of Panji Laborta Chemindo. Mr. Putra earned his Master of Science in Petroleum Engineering from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway and his Master of Business Administration from the University of Manchester, United Kingdom. He recently holds Professional Engineer Licensee of APEGA Canada.

 

Agenda

DAY 1 –

Introduction
Contents:

·         Modeling Concept

·         Data Gathering

·         Formulations of simulation equations

·         Solutions of simulation equations

·         Pseudofunction

·         Black oil & Compositional model

·         Well treatment

·         Initialization

·         History matching

·         Uncertainty

·         Prediction

·         Simulation model applications

Modeling concept
Contents:

·         Porosity; discussion of porosity types, factors affecting porosity, porosity measurement, and key points as well as uncertainty in porosity and other rock property data. Exercise: computation of grain density and porosity of a core plug, average porosity of a formation.

·         Permeability;  discussion of permeability measurement, linear fluid flow through porous media as well as in stratified system, factors and processes affecting rock permeability, Rock permeability correlations, and key points of rock permeability.

·         Data overviews of core analysis, Well Log analysis, Geophysic, Geostatistics. Exercise: Estimation of water saturation and formation resistivity

Data gathering
Contents:

·         Pressure and temperature; discussion of hydrostatic gradient of connate water, types of pressure

·         Exercise: Estimate pressure and temperature of a new discovered reservoir, estimate expected pressure in certain zone

·         Classification of Reservoirs; Key points of reservoir classification and fluid properties

·         PVT properties of Reservoir Fluids; discussion of properties of natural gas, gas condensate, oil and water formation.

Formulations of simulation modeling
Contents:

·         Pressure and temperature; discussion of hydrostatic gradient of connate water, types of pressure

·         Exercise: Estimate pressure and temperature of a new discovered reservoir, estimate expected pressure in certain zone

·         Classification of Reservoirs; Key points of reservoir classification and fluid properties

·         PVT properties of Reservoir Fluids; discussion of properties of natural gas, gas condensate, oil and water formation.

Solutions of simulation modeling
Contents:

·         Pressure and temperature; discussion of hydrostatic gradient of connate water, types of pressure

·         Exercise: Estimate pressure and temperature of a new discovered reservoir, estimate expected pressure in certain zone

·         Classification of Reservoirs; Key points of reservoir classification and fluid properties

·         PVT properties of Reservoir Fluids; discussion of properties of natural gas, gas condensate, oil and water formation.

Pseudofunction
Contents;

·         Pressure and temperature; discussion of hydrostatic gradient of connate water, types of pressure

·         Exercise: Estimate pressure and temperature of a new discovered reservoir, estimate expected pressure in certain zone

·         Classification of Reservoirs; Key points of reservoir classification and fluid properties

·         PVT properties of Reservoir Fluids; discussion of properties of natural gas, gas condensate, oil and water formation.

DAY 2
Black oil & Compositional model
Contents:

·         Important Concepts in Fluid Flow; discussion of unsteady, steady, and pseudosteady state flow, incompressible, slightly compressible, and compressible fluids, Basic fluid flow equations.

·         Solutions to the Diffusivity Equation –Unsteady State or transient flow; discussion of case study of well producing at a constant rate or a constant bottomhole pressure

Exercise: Application of the diffusivity equation- reservoir characterization, Transient flow

Well treatment
Contents

·         Data Types and sources; discussion of data sources

·         Data Acquisition and Analysis; discussion of data acquisition and analysis program

Initialization
Contents

·         Data Types and sources; discussion of data sources Data Acquisition

History matching
Contents

·         Data Types and sources; discussion of data sources Data Acquisition

DAY 3

Uncertainty
Contents:

·         Natural Producing Mechanism; discussion of drive mechanism of reservoirs, reservoir performance analysis technique.

Predictions
Contents:

·         Fundamentals of Volumetric Methods;

·         Associated Oil Reservoir; Exercise: with or without gas cap estimation

·         Gas Reservoir; Exercise: dry gas reservoir

·         Calculation Methods; Exercise: deterministic and probabilistic method to estimate OIP

Simulation model applications
Contents:

·         Decline Curve Equations; discussion of  DCA fundamental, DCA equations

·         Decline Curve; discussion of DCA Assumptions, methodology, and advance techniques

Exercise: Identification of decline trend and prediction, traditional method, DCA of a high water cut well, limitation of DCA technique, probabilistic analysis of well rate decline and recovery estimation.

Case study: Field Development Plan
Contents:

·         Application of Oil Reservoir; discussion of material balance, performance prediction, MB analysis technique, 

·         Application of Gas and condensate Reservoir; discussion of MB equation and flowing pressure method

Case study: Water/Gas  injection
Contents

·         Concept and Reservoir Simulator; discussion of simulation concepts and flow mechanisms, reservoir types and simulation value.

·         Mathematical Basis; discussion of partial  differential equations, finite difference

·         Gridding Techniques

Case study: CO2 injection
Contents

·         Concept and Reservoir Simulator; discussion of simulation concepts and flow mechanisms, reservoir types and simulation value.

·         Mathematical Basis; discussion of partial  differential equations, finite difference

Case study: Polymer injection
Contents

·         Concept and Reservoir Simulator; discussion of simulation concepts and flow mechanisms, reservoir types and simulation value.

Mathematical Basis; discussion of partial  differential equations, finite difference

26 Oct 2018 Drilling Fluids & Cementing in Implementation of GnG Data to Minimize Formation & Reservoir Problem
  • Speaker : Bambang Sudjarwo
  • Price : Rp. 25.000.000
  • Email : PrePostEvent@iagiriau.com
  • Phone : 081215543555

Introduction

During this Drilling Fluid and Cementing Training participants will learn how importance The Drilling Program (including Drilling Fluids and Cementing Program) and Drilling Parameters will be applied should be refer to GnG data/information related to Formation/Reservoir damage that can not achieve the target as proposed due to skin factor based on Drilling Fluids and Cementing Programmed are not compatible to Formation/Reservoir System.

Participant will have the opportunity to learn more about basic of GnG, GeoMechanical Modelling, Basic Drilling Program and Drilling Parameter with goal Hole stabilized, minimize Formation Damage and Skin Factor due to Solid and Chemicals, and Reservoir optimization.

GeoMechanical Modelling will be helpfully in preparing of Drilling Program and Drilling Parameter especially Drilling through depletion zone, Narrow margin between Pore Pressure and Fracture Pressure, HPHT Wells, and Deep Water Wells and also Reservoir Play Concept.

The main goal of this course will be to teach participants how to apply GnG data especially GeoMechanical Modelling in controlled of Drilling Program and Drilling Parameter to achieve the Geological Target as required, Drilling project in safe and efficient (hole stabilized and cost effective), Production Optimation, and minimize Environment issue or Environmentally-friendly manner.
By the end of the course, participants will be familiar with intergrated concept that GeoMechanical Modelling as the result process of GnG data/information is very helpfull in implementation of Drilling/Completion/EOR Play Concept Program, and Drilling Parameter will applied during Drilling Operations.

 

Audience

Drilling Fluid and Cementing Training is set for drilling engineers and supervisors, tool pushers, geologists, laboratory fluid technologists, managers, and operations personnel.

 

Instructor

Bambang Sudjarwo, a senior drilling consultant and also fluid specialist has more than 20 years of experience in multiple oil & gas companies in Middle East and South East Asia. He is able to anticipate formation/reservoir damage, avoid sagging effect, and optimize production rate. He is also experienced in giving lectures to students in universities across Indonesia.

 

Agenda

Day 1 - GnG Infomation and Geomechanical Modelling

·       Petroleum System

·       Geological data (trapping sytem), Exploration and Development of Geology

·       Basic of Geomechanical Modelling

·       GeoMechanical Modelling Result as base for Drilling Program and Drilling parameter realized in the form of Geological Montage.

Day 2 - Drilling Program, Drilling Paremeter, and Rig Specification

·       Driling Program refer to GnG in term of Pore Pressure, Collapse Pressure, Fracture Pressure, Temperature Gradient, and Formation/Reservoir/Lithology Properties.

·       Drilling Parameter concern to Lithology or Rock Properties.

·       Rig Selections and other equipment required base on Geological Achievement (Interest Zone, and Proposed TD)

Day 3 - Drilling Fluids and Completion Fluids

·       Basic of Drilling Fluids (Function of DF, Clay Mineral and Mud Chemistry, Mud Properties : Mechanically and Chemically)

·       Water Base Mud and Oil Base Mud (Product and system, WBM and Hig Performance WBM, Oil and Synthetic Base Mud)

·       Circulation System, Formation and Hole Problem (Lost Circulation, Stuck Pipe, HPHT Challenges, HPHT applications and systems)

·       Drill Care (Hole Cleaning, Virtual Hydraulic and real time measurement, Reservoir Drill in Fluids for Horizontal well, Completion Fluids, Well Clean up and Displacement Procedure)

·       Equipment and Future Technologies (Solid Control Equipment, EmergingTechnologies)

Day 4 - Casing and Cementing Program

·       Casing Function, Casing Set Strategy related with GnG information, and Casing Acessories

·       Casing Category (Conductor or Surface Casing, Intermediate casing, Production casing, Liner hanger)

·       Casing Drilling

·       Basic Cementing and Function.

·       Cementing Procedure (Casing / Liner cementing, Cement Plug, Cement Squize).

·       P & A Program

Day 5 - MPD with used RCD and EKD, PMCD with maintain PWD for UBD, Drilling Through Narrow Margin (Depleted Zone, HPHT, and Deep Water well).

28 Oct 2018 Geotrip - Ulu Kasok
  • Speaker : Reza Permadi
  • Price : Rp. 750.000
  • Email : PrePostEvent@iagiriau.com
  • Phone : 081220401113

CAPTURING STUNNING LANDSCAPE PHOTO IN ULU KASOK, KAMPAR (ONE DAY TOUR)

Date : Sunday, October 28, 2018

Interpreter : Reza Permadi (@repermadi)

Price : Rp750,000

Itinerary : Pekanbaru Airport - Candi Muara Takus - Ulu Kasok - Pekanbaru (9 hours program)

 

Participants : All Geoscientist and engineer who have a hobby of photography Facilities : Land Transport from Pekanbaru Airport, Entrance fee, Meals and snack as needed and documentation.

NOTE : minimum 25 participants and maximum 45 participants.

02 Nov 2018 GeoTrip - Pekanbaru Heritage
  • Speaker : Reza Permadi
  • Price : Rp. 250.000
  • Email : PrePostEvent@iagiriau.com
  • Phone : 081220401113

GEO-TRIP : PEKANBARU HERITAGE WALK  (ONE DAY TOUR)
Date : Friday, November 2, 2018
Interpreter : Pekanbaru Heritage Walk Community (@pkuheritage)
Price : Rp200,000
Itinerary : Pekanbaru old bus station - Sultan's halfway house - Tenun house - Kampung Bandar - Tugu 0 - Pekanbaru Great Mosque - Tuan Kadi House (3,5 hours walking tour program)
 
Participants : All Geoscientist and engineer who love historical tours
Facilities : Local Tour Guide, Entrance fee, Snack and beverage, T-Shirt, Merchandise, documentation
NOTE : minimum 10 participants and maximum 50 participants.

05 Nov 2018 Static 3D Modelling in Clastics Depositional Environment
  • Speaker : Abdul Latif Setyadi
  • Price : Rp. 27.800.000
  • Email : PrePostEvent@iagiriau.com
  • Phone : 081215543555

Introduction

The purpose of this 3D Modelling training is to acquaint petroleum geologists and engineers with techniques used to characterize hydrocarbon reservoirs, with specific focus on the construction of 3D static modeling especially in clastics deposition environment.

Participants will learn about the data required and the processes that should be followed when conducting a 3D static modelling especially in clastics depositional environment. Instructors will outline and describe the procedures for 3D static modeling and use case histories and exercises to illustrate the key points.

Audience

Static 3D Modelling in Clastics Depositional Environment  is set for Geoscientists and petroleum engineers responsible for conducting comprehensive reservoir studies. Prerequisites: Petroleum engineering or geoscience background with experience in reservoir studies.

 

Instructor

Abdul Latif Setyadi with 20-years international experience in oil and gas industry as specialist in Geomodeling/Development Geology. Able to utilize Geoscience’s applications from Schlumberger, Halliburton, Roxar to yield a strong analysis and interpretation of geosciences. It is including sedimentology and sequence stratigraphy, geological modelling and geostatistics (deterministic to stochastic modeling from structural, facies, property, up-scaling, volumetric and uncertainty through well planning), fracture modelling, reservoir characterization and risk analysis in both siliciclastic and carbonate reservoirs. Have a good understanding of petroleum engineering and petroleum economics, including field development plan, production and operational support. Also have a broad experience in lecturing and course guiding (development geology, geomodeling and geostatistics).

 

Agenda

Day 1
Overview, Introduction for Geomodelling and Geostatistics:

·       Introduction to geomodeling (geological, geophysical, petrophysical and RE data integration)

·       Review on descriptive and inferential statistics, data analysis and data transformation.

·       Geostatistics, stationarity and concept of spatial heterogeneity; variogram calculation, setting and modeling; anisotropy, directional analysis and cross variogram.

·       Unsample locations and estimation methods (simple – ordinary – universal kriging, co-kriging, collocated co-Kriging) and simulation method (TGS, SIS, Object-based, SGS, etc.).

Overview of Structural Modelling and Geological Conceptual Model:

·       Fault network (complex structure, reverse fault, numerous fault; fault truncation, etc.).

·       Interpreted vs. calculated horizons; horizon modeling and data filtering.

·       Horizon truncation and onlapping.

·       Zonation and layering (isochore correction).

·       3D grid concept (pillar, non pillar, zone, subgrid, staircase, etc.).

·       Review of carbonate conceptual geology, depositional environments and reservoir quality.

·       Facies interpretation (core interpretation, log – core calibration, facies interpretation in un-cored wells, etc.)

Day 2
Workshop: Structural Modeling, Data Loading, QC and Fault Modeling:

·       Structural data loading (horizons and fault sticks/picks).

·       Structural data QC, cleaning and filtering.

·       Building integrated structural modeling (fault model and horizon model).

·       Built zonation based on sequence stratigraphic picks.

·       3D grid construction and optimization (grid size and orientation) to yield stable structural model.

·       3D grid cell thickness optimization and preserving statistical characteristics and geological feature; layering setting in carbonate with and without diagenetic overprint.

Workshop: Sequence Stratigraphic Correlation:

·       Identify parasequence surfaces and system tracts.

·       Argillaceous content-based correlation in carbonate reservoir and sequence stratigraphic correlation.

·       Identification of diagenetic overprint in log/cell resolution and its impact in 3D model

·       Combining argillaceous and diagenetic process in log correlation, preserving geological heterogeneity

Day 3
Workshop: Variogram (Setting/Modeling), Facies/Rock Types Modeling:

·       Lithofacies interpretation, grid scale resolution and vertical facies associations/regrouping.

·       Core – log calibration to generate genetic facies group on wells; facies interpretation on un-cored wells.

·       Object-based and SIS techniques in genetic facies modeling.

·       Data analysis and volume fraction; honoring volume fraction analysis in facies modeling.

·       Modeling genetic facies, conceptual and seismically guided techniques.

Workshop: Facies/Rock Types Modeling (RFN, RQI/FZI):

·       Petrophysical-based rock typing (porosity based, porosity-Sw based and porosity-permeability based).

·       RFN calculation and rock typing classification based on core and log data (if applicable).

·       RQI/FZI calculation and rock typing classification based on core and log data (if applicable).

·       Modeling rock-types with SIS technique bias to facies model, with and without seismic attributes, application of cross variogram from seismic attribute and log data.

·       Combine rock types model with diagenetic overprint in carbonate (if any).

·       Selecting appropriate rock-type models.

Day 4
Workshop: Property Modeling of Vshale, PHI and NTG:

·       Log data import and QC.

·       Vshale modeling; log upscaling with/without rock type bias, data analysis and transformation, variogram setting and modeling and SGS modeling technique with seismic attributes, application of cross variogram from seismic attribute and log data

·       Porosity modeling; log upscaling bias to rock type, data analysis and transformation, variogram setting and modeling in each rock type; and SGS modeling technique with and without seismic attributes, application of cross variogram from seismic attribute and log data.

·       Dilemma of NTG concept, determination and cut-off; do we need to model NTG?

Workshop: Property Modeling of Perm and Sw:

·       Log data import and QC.

·       Porosity - permeability cross plotting (direct cross plotting from porosity or from porosity-Vshale) and permeability model transformation.

·       Calculating permeability multiplier based on well test KH and calibrating permeability model.

·       Sw calculation based on Pc (Leverett-J Function), determination of FWL and contact based on MDT/RFT.

·       Sw calculation in 3D grid model.

Day 5
Volumetric and Uncertainty:

·       Volumetric calculation.

·       SKK Migas method on volume calculation (P1, P2 and P3 based on well tests) and risked volume category.

·       Uncertainty setting; SEED number, fluid contact, petrophysical range, etc.

·       Monte Carlo uncertainty and sensitivity analysis running.

·       Presenting uncertainty and sensitivity of the model.

Discussion and Q/A:

·       Model validation; visual and statistical (histogram and variogram of data vs. model)

05 Nov 2018 The Concept of Seismic Interpretation
  • Speaker : Narto Susilo
  • Price : Rp. 22.500.000
  • Email : PrePostEvent@iagiriau.com
  • Phone : 081215543555

Introduction

Objective of this Seismic Interpretation Training is to provide audience upgrade knowledge in : Signal Theory, Seismic Pulse Generation and Transformation, Seismic Reflection, Generation, Synthetic and Borehole Acoustic, Velocity and Depth Conversion, Seismic Expression of Geological Feature, Seismic Reflection of Structural Style, Seismic Contouring and Hydrocarbon Indicator.

 

Audience

The Concept of Seismic Interpretation Training is set for Geologist and Geophysicist that have regular job in Sub Surface interpretation

 

Instructor

Narto Susilo, with more than 20 years experiences in Oil industry. Having spent most of the time in Geophysical jobs with strong record in Geology & Geophysics Evaluation, New Venture, Seismic Acquisition & Processing, Seismic Interpretation, Structural Mapping (Time and Depth), Leads and Prospects generation and maturation, compiling well proposal and report post drilling. In addition, having additional skill in G & G Data Management. Have worked in 7 (Seven) Sedimentary Basins during the career : North Sumatra Basin (Clastic & Carbonates), South Sumatra Basin (Clastic), Natuna Basin (Clastic), NW Java basin (Clastic), NE Java Basin (Clastic), Tarakan Basin (Clastic) and Salawati Basin (Carbonates)

 

Agenda

Day 1  - Signal Theory
These concept provide attendance tools for understanding the way in which seismic data is acquired, the step by which it is processed and factors affecting it’s display, interpretation and mapping. Pulse Generation and Transmission This concept provide attendance understanding in P-Wave & S-Wave and it’s derivative.

Day 2 - Seismic Reflection Generation
This Topic will provide attendance understanding in the Concept of Reflection, Refraction, Mode Conversion and Diffraction. Synthetic and Borehole Acoustic. This topic will provide attendance understanding how we can correlate well markers with seismic reflection.

Day 3 - Velocity and Depth Conversion
Velocity is the crucial link between time and depth. Variation in velocity vertically and laterally are responsible for distortions in seismic time data. This topic provide understanding so interpreters need to be aware of this distortion. In several cases the structural configuration seen on time data may bear little resemblance to the true situation even subtle changes in velocity can be critical when dealing with low relief structure. Seismic Expression of Geological Feature. After this lecture attendance should understand how rocks deform under extension, compression and strike slip stress and how to use deformation models to help interpret seismic data.

Day 4 - Seismic Expression of Structural Style
This Topic will provide attendance the technique how to interpret horizons, faults and correlate stratigraphic horizons across them.
Seismic Contouring. The result of subsurface interpretation are usually presented in the form of contour map. After this lecture the attendance should understand contouring technique. Contours are constructed by interpolating sampled values of the variable within the map area. The accuracy of the map depend on the nature of variable, the density and locations of the samples.

Day 5 - Hydrocarbon Indicator (HCI)
These Topic provide attendance understanding how to detect HCI in Seismic Data. HCI are effects of observed on seismic data due to the presence of hydrocarbons (particularly gas) in the pore space of a reservoir. They are caused by the hydrocarbon changing the elastic properties of the reservoir relative to when it is water-filled.

12 Nov 2018 Drilling Project Risk Management (Risk Management Series: RM2)
  • Speaker : Agung Pratama & Prisca Salim
  • Price : Rp. 25.000.000
  • Email : PrePostEvent@iagiriau.com
  • Phone : 081215543555

Introduction

The key objectives for this 2nd series of risk management training are to highlight the critical project and risk management issues involved in a well project to achieve the project mission: delivering value safely, responsibly and efficiently.

At the end of the course, participants will understand the key issues and principles in project management, they will develop an understand the challenges, choices, and compromises necessary to drill wells.

They will be able to apply these principles in practice as members of a project team to optimize the management of the well project, and to identify and manage risks to maximize value. Following the well project management process from prospect evaluation through operations and close out, participants will develop key skills needed to drill wells in any environment.

 

Audience

Drilling Project Risk Management  is set for the management of resources with on-going or planned drilling operations.  It is also suitable for experienced drilling engineers, drilling superintendents and drilling supervisors.

Participants should have basic drilling engineering and well planning experience. Additional experience with drilling operations will be helpful and will enable participants to better understand some of the consequences faced from hazards encountered in drilling activities.

Pre-requisite of Introduction to Risk, Uncertainties and Risk Management (RM1) course is recommended.

 

Instructor

Mrs. Prisca Salim

A woman which is both skilled and experienced in Gas, Petroleum, Oilfield, Tubing, and Well Testing, She is an Senior Drilling Engineer and experienced in covers many oil & gas clients such as Caltex, Qatar Gas, OXY, Ras Gas, Talisman, Total, Encana and Maersk. During Her study at Texas A&M University she was also active in conducting experiment and publishing some papers for the Petroleum Department

Mr. Agung Pratama

An established Well Construction Engineer with Floater Operations, 3D ERD wells, HPHT & MPD experience outside of normal conventional land operations. Total of 40 wells planned and 29 wells drilled. Petroleum Engineer background with MBA Degree and 15 years of Oil & Gas Industry experience within Service and Operator Company.

 

Agenda

Day 1 - Well Project and Risk Management Principles

·       Project Management Principles

o   The Stage Gate Process: how this is used to create value through choice, make the right decisions at the right time, optimize resources, and ensure that the outcome achieves the mission.

o   Cost vs value: ensures that the differences between price, cost, and value are understood

o   Management systems: how standards are set, changes are managed, compliance is assured, and learning takes place

o   Team selection: how to ensure that the team is competent, and that key stakeholders are identified and interfaces managed

·       Risk management principles review; hazard, risk, uncertainty, variability, risk management

On the first day, we will define what is project management in drilling as well as the link to risk management.

Day 2 - Project Management

·       The project plan: clarity on mission, objectives, and value

·       Time and cost estimation: understanding and reflecting uncertainty in realistic estimates

·       Management of Change: the challenge of ensuring value – decisions not decision trees

·       Contracting: selecting the right contracting approach for different services and materials

·       Supply chain, logistics, and operations base: getting materials and services to the well at the right time cost-effectively

·       Financial management: funding and accounting

·       Management review: how to ensure that audits and management interface assures safe and responsible delivery of the project mission

The second day will focus on the essentials of a drilling project planning which is resource planning, time and cost estimation, contracting and supply chain.

Day 3 - Tracking Progress, Well Planning, and Operations

·       Well PM software and Key Performance Indicators (KPIs): monitoring the project using value-focused KPIs; discussion of PM software, management reports, continuous improvement, benchmarking, technical limit, and KPIs

·       Task progress and phase close out: ensuring early identification of potential differences in outturn time or cost to permit value-based decisions

·       Well planning - Pre-drill data requirements: the site survey and shallow hazard analysis, and how this sets the stage for success

·       Rig selection: on the basis of hull type, station-keeping, generation, market, crew competence, and management system

·       Riser and conductor design, shallow hazards: well construction in the top hole sections

·       Casing program and the mud density window: how the setting affects well design and how this is managed

The third day will focus on the essentials of a drilling project technical planning which is pre-drill data requirements, rig selection and other technical engineering design.

Day 4 - Operations Management and Risk Management in Action

·       Contingency plans: ensuring that these are complete and meaningful

·       Emergency response: how this fourth element of process safety is assured.

·       Operations management: applying decision-making, technical limit, communications, in the Execute Stage of the project.

·       Applying risk management tools: how a variety of tools are used to manage risk throughout the project

·       Catastrophic review: what should we be learning from the event? Analysis and key factors for focus.

The fourth day of this course will focus on contingency and redundancy planning, process safety will also be discussed and operations management principles will be briefly described.

Day 5 - Project Success Factors in Wells

·       Project success factors: sources of value, development skills, key factors in successful projects

·       Human factors in well projects: understanding how human factors are key in both driving success in the project, and in managing risk, in planning, execution, and learning: Situational awareness, Decision-making, Competence, “Taking the time to do it right”, Managing change, Communications.

·       Final exercise: creating a springboard for continued application of project & risk management principles in future projects.

The last day of this course the participants will learn how to achieve success in drilling execution based on proper planning from the 4 previous days. Finally the elements of continuous improvement initiative in drilling execution project will also be covered.

26 Nov 2018 Basin & Petroleum System Modelling
  • Speaker : Astomo Wicaksono
  • Price : Rp. 26.500.000
  • Email : PrePostEvent@iagiriau.com
  • Phone : 081215543555

Introduction

Basin and petroleum system modeling (BPSM) is one of the most rapidly growing disciplines within the geosciences world because of the high demand by industry for continuous improvement in predictions of petroleum generation, migration, accumulation, and alteration.

It is meant to allow geoscientists to examine the dynamics of sedimentary basins and their associated fluids to determine if past conditions were suitable for hydrocarbons to fill potential reservoirs and be preserved. Many geoscientists think that basin and petroleum system modelling is an art of magic. This course tries to unravel the black box behind its truly concept and gives understanding by using step-by-step approach to gain comprehensive recognition of the modelling.

The main goal of this training is to teach participants on what, why and how to understand and work on the basin and petroleum system modelling, and applying those concept to any exploration, advance exploration to development stage of project.

There are a lot of merit of understanding basin and petroleum system modeling that most of the time is overseen by most of G&G. This course will demonstrate on how closely related basin and petroleum system modelling to any subsurface disciplines.
As exercise is one of the most important thing in learning, participants will learn by practice on how to run basin model scenario i.e 1D, 2.5D or 3D and compare them to understand its pros and cons in comprehensive manner in addition of study and discussion case.


Audience

Basin & Petroleum System Modeling Training is set for geoscientist and engineer who work in the exploration of hydrocarbon

 

Instructor

Astomo Wicaksono Katmojo, a solid 13+ years experienced and proficient geoscientist with strong geology and geophysics background. A basin modeller – petroleum system analyst – backed up with solid exploration, new ventures and field development experience, has been working in numerous geoscientist roles. Proficient in leading and managing G&G team, designing well and geochemistry acquisition program. Expert in full cycle exploration project, seismic interpretation, prospect evaluation, prospect maturation and petroleum system analysis with strong competency in basin and petroleum system modelling (BPSM), pore pressure evaluation and seal analysis.

 

 

Agenda

 

Day 1 Basin and Petroleum System Model: Overview

·         Overview of basin and petroleum system model

·         Basin modelling, 1D, 2D, 2.5D and 3D

·         Burial history

·         Source rock

·         Recognition and evaluation of source rocks

·         Exercise, Study and Discussion Case

Day 1 will be occupied with an overview of basin and petroleum system modeling (BPSM). Source rock and its evaluation will be discussed in day 1. There will be exercise, study and discussion case presented to give a good first-touch comprehensive understanding for the participant.

 

Day 2: Basin and Petroleum System Model: Elements

·         Maturity

·         Heatflow

·         Boundary condition

·         Kinetic

·         Exercise, Study and Discussion Case

Day 2 will be a continuation topic of BPSM, it will talk more about elements of modelling. There will also be exercise in this day. Study and discussion will move to more advance topics. It is designed that further discussion topic will open up more complete understanding of BPSM.

 

Day 3: Basin and Petroleum System Model: Process

·         Pressure

·         Seal

·         Migration

·         Phase effect during migration

·         PVT

·         Exercise, Study and Discussion Case

Day 3 will talk about process after elements. PVT as important factor in hydrocarbon determination will be discussed this day. 

Day 4 Basin and Petroleum System Model: Special Topics

·         Biogenic gas

·         Biodegradation

·         Unconventional

·         Risk and Probability

·         Exercise, Study and Discussion Case

Day 4 will be discussing about special topics; biogenic gas, biodegradation, unconventional and probability. Participants will learn about special process that sometimes is forgotten during the modeling, and also to understand that every element in the subsurface, like any other discipline, is uncertain and needs to be modeled correctly, and sometime cautiously.

 

Day 5 Basin and Petroleum System Model: Exercise

·         Comprehensive exercise

·         BPSM Discussion

Day 5 will be focused to comprehensive exercise, there will be one big set of exercise, and participants will be grouped to have good discussion among others to deal with real geological problem exercise. The outcome of the day will be to use all material studied from day 1 to day 3, step by step performing BPSM, and understand its result in the real geological context for better comprehensive understanding.

03 Dec 2018 Drilling for Non-Drillers (5 days)
  • Speaker : Agung Pratama & Prisca Salim
  • Price : Rp. 27.800.000
  • Email : PrePostEvent@iagiriau.com
  • Phone : 081215543555

Introduction

During this drilling for non-drillers training program participants will learn firm foundation in Drilling Engineering by understanding the lifecycle of a well planning from cradle to the grave. Attendees will experience a holistic, multi-disciplinary, and integrated management course that will involve operations, personnel, administration, finance, and legal functions.

Participant will have the opportunity to learn about well planning from the drilling engineer’s perspective. Other topics in this drilling training that will be covered include tendering and contracting strategy, project finance and administration, supply chain management, and project closeouts. QHSE management systems, risk management processes, levels of risk management, and operational risk management and analysis will also be covered.

The main goal of this training will be to teach participants how to understand the mindset of the drilling department especially in a high cost environment.

By the end of this drilling training, participants should be familiar with the key issues and principles associated with drilling projects planning and execution, as well as how to assist in delivering the value chain process as part of the drilling team and to communicate efficiently to increase the value of a project.

Audience

Drilling for Non-Drillers Training is set for the management of resources with on-going or planned drilling operations. It is also suitable for junior drilling department staff, drilling technical administrators, analysts, legal department, secretarial, project management team, Insurance Valuator and Specialist, finance department, supply chain & procurement department as well as personnel and HR department.

Instructor

Mrs. Prisca Salim. A woman which is both skilled and experienced in Gas, Petroleum, Oilfield, Tubing, and Well Testing, She is an Senior Drilling Engineer and experienced in covers many oil & gas clients such as Caltex, Qatar Gas, OXY, Ras Gas, Talisman, Total, Encana and Maersk. During Her study at Texas A&M University she was also active in conducting experiment and publishing some papers for the Petroleum Department

Mr. Agung Pratama. An established Well Construction Engineer with Floater Operations, 3D ERD wells, HPHT & MPD experience outside of normal conventional land operations. Total of 40 wells planned and 29 wells drilled. Petroleum Engineer background with MBA Degree and 15 years of Oil & Gas Industry experience within Service and Operator Company.

Agenda

Day 1 - Introduction to Drilling & Logistic Operations

The first day of this course will introduce and refresh the participants knowledge on what exactly drilling and logistic are involved during day to day drilling operation.

Day 2 - Oil and Gas Industry

·       Drilling Project Management

·       Exploration vs Development

·       Life of field : From Well Proposal to Well Abandonment

·       Drilling Rig & Logistics Operations : Review of the site visit

The second day will focus on general oil and gas industry know how, followed by drilling project management and the differences between an exploration and a development drilling campaign also the well life cycle from cradle to grave.  The review of how the drilling rig works its components and logistic support base operations review will finish the day.

Day 3 - Drilling Engineering

·       Drilling Bits: Types and choosing the bit, dull grading.

·       Drill String and Bottom Hole Assemblies: Components and their functions

·       Directional Drilling: Well trajectory.

·       Drilling Fluids and Cementing

·       Formation Evaluation

·       Casing & Completion Design

·       Wellhead & Christmas Tree

·       Drilling HSE

The third day of this course will focus on what exactly is drilling engineering and their day to day jobs.  Today might be boring so we will endeavor to make it interesting.

Day 4 - Drilling Engineering Link to other department

·       Well Design Process : from gathering data to closeout

·       Drilling Contracts : Drilling Rig, Drilling Services major contracts and other minor supporting contracts.

·       Drilling Cost: Tangibles, intangibles, cost coding and invoicing.

·       Well Control Equipment and Well Insurance

The fourth day of this course will tie together the different participants of this course which is procurement and contracting, legal and insurance, cost, finance and accounting elements covered in this day. Participants will be able to better understand how drilling operation is linked to their daily activities and apply this knowledge to their job.

Day 5 - Simulations and Role Play

The last day of this course the participants will role play by reversing the roles of each departments (Procurement, finance, drilling, G&G, etc) to better understand how each functions can create a better value chain for continuous improvement intitiative within their respective departments.

10 Dec 2018 The Role of Sedimentology in Hydrocarbon Exploration
  • Speaker : Salahudin Husein
  • Price : Rp. 26.500.000
  • Email : PrePostEvent@iagiriau.com
  • Phone : 081215543555

Introduction

Sedimentary rock, which is composed of other debris in a variety of sizes - from clay, sand, until boulders - from the weathering process of the other rocks as well as the accumulation of organisms and chemical processes in the Earth's surface, is one of the important rock types for natural resources.

 

Sedimentary rocks are found in various places, covering 73% of the Earth's surface, causing almost all of the hydrocarbons discovery are found in the sedimentary rocks. Sedimentary rocks are the major contributors in the petroleum system. They contains organic material that producing hydrocarbons (source rocks), They have a cavity pore to store hydrocarbons (reservoir rocks), they are also setting up a trap so that hydrocarbons are trapped (trap) and sealing it to avoid seeping to the surface (seal ).

The Role of Sedimentology in Hydrocarbon Exploration Training offers a mastery of 3 main things related to the sedimentology which are needed in the hydrocarbon exploration, (i) object: sediment types and sources, (ii) process: transportation, deposition and the formation of sedimentary structure as well as the diagenesis which are controling the hydrocarbon formation, (iii) environment: the part of the earth surface in which sedimentary rocks are deposited and formed and controlling the sedimentary rock character and distribution.

 

During the course, participants will also learn how to observe and identify the sedimentary rocks and structures, how to interpret the process and sedimentation environment and how to apply them in the petroleum analysis system.

 

Audience

The Role of Sedimentology in Hydrocarbon Exploration Training is set for geoscientist and engineer who work in the exploration of hydrocarbon

 

Instructor

Instructor is from Departemen Teknik Geologi Universitas Gadjah Mada with PhD or Doctor degree in geology.

 

Agenda

Day 1:

• Introduction

• Sedimentary Types and Sources (Terrigenic Clastic, Volcanic Clastic, Biogenic, and Chemical)

Day 2

• Sedimentary transportation and Structures

• Diagenesis

Day 3

• Sedimentation Environment (Glacial, Eolian, River, Lacustrine, Delta, Shallow Marine, Submarine, Volcanic)

Day 4

• Field Sedimentology (Observation, Measurement, Discussion)

Day 5

• Data Analysis from Field Data

• Discussion, Wrap-up 

• Closing

 

10 Dec 2018 Drilling Fluid Technology
  • Speaker : Bambang Sudjarwo
  • Price : Rp. 24.000.000
  • Email : PrePostEvent@iagiriau.com
  • Phone : 081215543555

Introduction

In the oil & gas industry, drilling is an essential task to obtain the desired resources. In this process, drilling fluid is used to aid the drilling of boreholes into the earth.The main functions of drilling fluids include providing hydrostatic pressure to prevent formation fluids from entering into the well bore, keeping the drill bit cool and clean during drilling, carrying out drill cuttings, and suspending the drill cuttings while drilling is paused and when the drilling assembly is brought in and out of the hole.

This Drilling Fluid Technology Training will take participants through a comprehensive look at functions of drilling fluids. It will address how to engineer a mud system, as well as cover water based, oil based, and synthetic mud systems.

 

Audience

Drilling Fluid Technology Training is set for Drilling engineers and supervisors, tool pushers, geologists, laboratory fluid technologists, managers, and operations personnel.

 

Instructor

Bambang Sudjarwo, a senior drilling consultant and also fluid specialist has more than 20 years of experience in multiple oil & gas companies in Middle East and South East Asia. He is able to anticipate formation/reservoir damage, avoid sagging effect, and optimize production rate. He is also experienced in giving lectures to students in universities across Indonesia.

 

Agenda

Day 1 - Basics of Drilling Fluids

o   Functions of drilling fluids

o   Composition of water based mud

o   Clay chemistry

o   Rheology

After a brief introduction, the first day will focus on the basics of drilling fluids. Participants will learn about the functions of drilling fluids and the composition of water based mud. Clay chemistry and rheology will also be covered on this day.

Day 2 - Water Based & Oil Based Mud Systems

o   Products and systems

o   High performance WBM

o   Oil and synthetic based mud products and systems

Day two will cover water based muds (WBM), products and systems along with high performance WBM. The day will end with participants learning about oil and synthetic based mud products and systems.

Day 3 - System Circulation and Pipe Problems

o   Lost circulation

o   Stuck pipe problems

o   HPHT challenges

o   HPHT applications and systems

On the third day, participants will learn about lost circulation and stuck pipe problems and solutions. This day will also cover high pressure and high temperature challenges, technologies, applications, and systems.

Day 4 - Drill Care

o   Hole cleaning

o   Virtual hydraulics and real time measurements

o   Reservoir drill-in fluid system

o   Completions fluid

o   Well clean up and displacement procedures

Day four will focus on drill care. Participants will learn about hole cleaning, hydraulics calculations, real time measurements, and reservoir drill-in fluid systems. Completion fluids, well clean up, and displacement procedures will also be covered.

Day 5 - Equipment and Future Technologies

o   Solid control equipment

o   Emerging technologies

o   Course review and wrap up

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Applied Reservoir Simulation 22 Oct 2018
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Drilling Fluids & Cementing in Implementation of GnG Data to Minimize Formation & Reservoir Problem 26 Oct 2018
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Geotrip - Ulu Kasok 28 Oct 2018
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GeoTrip - Pekanbaru Heritage 02 Nov 2018
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Static 3D Modelling in Clastics Depositional Environment 05 Nov 2018
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The Concept of Seismic Interpretation 05 Nov 2018
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Drilling Project Risk Management (Risk Management Series: RM2) 12 Nov 2018
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Basin & Petroleum System Modelling 26 Nov 2018
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