Oil & Gas Training
and Competency Development

Discipline Production Engineering
Duration3 Days
Delivery Mechanism Practical Training
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Course Progression Map - Hydraulic Fracturing

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Course Progression Map - Hydraulic Fracturing

Practical Hydraulic Fracturing

This practical 3-day Fracturing course is delivered in Schlumberger Learning Center in Kellyville, OK, and is intended for Clients and non-stimulation Schlumberger people who wish to increase their knowledge on Hydraulic Fracturing. 

The training materials are covered through classroom presentations, supported by examples and case histories, as well as demonstrations in the lab and a visit to the stimulation pad to emphasis the point whenever applicable. Soft copies of the training material are given to audience during the course for their future reference. The goal of the course is to increase the participant’s knowledge of stimulation services, to understand service-specific technical design, and operational considerations. 

  • Agenda
  • Topics
  • Audience
  • Prerequisites
  • Agenda

    Day 1

    • AM - Wellcome/Introduction
    • AM - Introduction to Stimulation & Formation Damage
    • AM - Candidate Selection
    • PM - Acidizing Basics
    • PM - Fracturing Fundamental
    • PM - Fracturing Fluid and Proppant

    Day 2

    • AM - Fracturing Equipment
    • AM - Multistage Stimulation System
    • AM - Operations Safety Considerations
    • PM- Frac Equipment Tour - Practical Session

    Day 3

    AM - Horizontal Well Optimized Completions in Unconventional Reservoirs

    PM - Channel Fracturing Technology

    PM - Micro Seismic Application for Fracturing Evaluation

  • Topics

    The objective is that the participants will leave Kellyville with the basic knowledge of Fracture Stimulation focused on unconventional reservoirs and understanding of what equipment is required.

  • Audience

    Completion Engineers, Frac Managers, Supply Chain Managers, Commercial Representatives, and other professionals dealing with fracturing operations.

  • Prerequisites

    General knowledge of oil and gas well operations. Exposure to fracturing operations and general production and interventions disciplines is benefitial, though not essential. 

  • Prerequisites

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