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Gas Lift unloading sequence and mandrel spacing design
Participants will acquire a deep understanding of how the gas lift unloading sequence works. This is key knowledge for gas lift optimization and troubleshooting of any well. They will be explained the concept of gas lift mandrel spacing design through an exercise and will be coached so that they can perform such a design themselves manually or by using nodal analysis software to assist them (Prosper). The integrity in gas lift well will also be covered in detail.
Gas Lift Equipment
Participants will acquire a deep knowledge of the available Gas Lift equipment. This will allow engineers to select the right equipment for their gas lift system design, increase production by performing more reasoned troubleshooting, and unlock complex well intervention situations.
Gas Lift Troubleshooting
Participants will acquire a deep understanding of how to troubleshoot a gas lift well. From integrity issues to multi-pointing… the course will provide you with the necessary tools needed to identify which problems your well suffers from and then troubleshoot them.
Gas Lift optimization and design with existing mandrels
Participants will acquire a deep understanding of how to optimize gas lift wells. Through the review of cases, they will also learn how to recognize a gas lift well that can be optimized and how to achieve it with the right gas lift operation. Participants will learn the concept of Gas Lift design through an exercise and will be coached to perform such a design themselves using nodal analysis software to assist them (Prosper).
Safe Electrical Practices
This lesson covers basic electrical safety practices based on the OSHA standards stated in 29CFR 1910 requiring qualification for work on live circuits. The lesson provides an understanding of electricity focused on increased awareness and prevention of industrial accidents. <br /><br />
Process Sampling Systems (AAS05)
This lesson introduces participants to the tenets of sound simple handling system design for process analyzers and covers each of the major sections usually included process interface, sample transport, sample conditioning, and sample disposal. Multi-stream switching and contamination prevention strategies are also covered. <br /><br />
Procedures and Instructions (A7201)
This lesson uses typical workplace procedures and instructions to provide help with reading comprehension and writing skills. Reading skills addressed focus on sentence level comprehension as well as vocabulary improvement using word structure and context clues. Writing skills focus on choosing a main idea and sequencing. The lesson also explains how to use the dictionary as a reading/writing reference. <br /><br />
Problem Solving Techniques (A8507)
This lesson covers several problem-solving techniques including brainstorming, Pareto diagrams, cause and effect diagrams, and scatter diagrams. The lesson focuses on how to collect data and display it graphically as well as how to apply graphic tools to problem solving. <br /><br />
Principles of Reverse Double Dial Alignment (A8305)
This lesson describes the principles of the reverse double dial alignment method used to measure and correct misalignment. The lesson also explains the data needed to determine offset and angularity misalignment values by using a graph. Formulas used to calculate misalignment corrections and factors that may affect alignment are also presented. <br /><br />
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