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Oil & Gas Training
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Competency Management system SLB NEXT

High Gas-Oil Ratio Well Liquid Unloading - RILS

The course is designed toprovide a basic understanding of gas well liquid unloading methods.
This course covers fundamental topics of artificiallift methods and other methods using foaming agents to reduce the specificgravity of fluids in the wellbore.This course is provided under RILS mechanism


·        WelcomeAddress + Instructor & Participants Introduction and Expectations

·        Pre-Test

·        BlackOil Properties

·        Exercise

·        TwoPhase Flow Basics

·        Exercise/Break


·        ReservoirDynamics - Productivity Index, Vogel and Combined

·        Exercise

·        NodalAnalysis

·        Exercise

·        Advantagesand Disadvantages of Artificial Lift Methods

·        Exercise


·        GasLift Continuous (GL) - Description

·        Exercise

·        GasLift Continuous (cont)

·        Exercise

·        GasLift Continuous (cont)

·        Exercise


·        GasLift Intermittent (GL) - Description

·        Exercise

·        GasLift Intermittent (cont)

·        Exercise

·        GasLift Intermittent (cont)

·        Exercise


·        PlungerLift - Description

·        Exercise

·        PlungerLift (cont)

·        Exercise

·        PlungerLift (cont)

·        Exercise


·        SuckerRod Pumps (SRP) - Description

·        Exercise

·        SuckerRod Pumps (SRP) - Description (cont)

·        Exercise

·        SRPHigh GOR Well Liquid Unloading Application

·        Exercise


·        ElectricSubmersible Pumps ESP - Description

·        Exercise

·        ElectricSubmersible Pumps ESP - Description (cont)

·        Exercise

·        ElectricSubmersible Pumps ESP - Description (cont)

·        Exercise


·        ElectricSubmersible Pumps ESP - Gas Separator

·        Exercise

·        ElectricSubmersible Pumps ESP - Gas Handling

·        Exercise

·        ESPDesign with Nodal Analysis

·        Exercise


·        ProgressiveCavity Pumps (PCP) - Description

·        Exercise

·        ProgressiveCavity Pumps (PCP) - Description (cont)

·        Exercise

·        ESPDesign Using Nodal Analysis

·        Exercise


·        Reviewof Downhole Equipment Design

·        Exercise

·        RoundTable

·        Exercise

·        Summaryof All the Topics Covered in the Session

·        Post-Test


Gas Engineering Support Staff, Petroleum Engineers, Reservoir Engineers, Geologists, Geophysicists, Service Company Specialist Engineers, Project Support Staff (QHSE, Materials, Logistics, Purchasing and Finance), Gas Contractor Staff, Sales Engineers, Business Development Managers, Field Service Managers and R&D Specialists.

-Gas well liquid unloading methods

-Fundamental topics about artificial lift methods and other methods like foaming agents

-Practical exercises for each artificial lift method


Participants should be familiar with basic Production Engineering, have some field experience in Production and basic knowledge of artificial lift systems. Basic understanding of well completions and operations.

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