Well Production Mechanisms – 3-Course Bundle
What you will learn
Participants will acquire a good understanding of well production mechanisms and a general knowledge of most common artificial lift types.
This bundle includes the 3 courses by Damien Leonard: Well Inflow, Well Outflow and Artificial Lift.
Well Production Mechanisms are one of the most important things to understand when working at optimizing your wells. Whether your well is in natural flow or it uses artificial lift, mastering the concepts of inflow and outflow will allow you to understand any well behavior and optimize it .
This class will give y ou all the knowledge you need regarding those two mechanisms and will introduce you to the most common artificial lift types.
- Basic knowledge on well architecture
- Awareness on the oilfield terms
- Productivity index formula
- Characteristics of reservoir rock
- Oil-water relative permeability
- Oil-gas relative permeability
- Bubble point
- Formation volume factor
- Deliverability curve (linear and Vogel)
- Fluid path from bottom to surface
- Vertical flow pressure curves
- Vertical lift performance curve
- Hold up and slip velocity
- Vertical flow regime
- Effect of emulsion on viscosity
- Why you need artificial lift
- How to increase production
- Exercises: Impact of 6 different parameters variation on inflow and outflow
- Artificial lift repartition
- Introduction to ESP
- Introduction to PCP
- Introduction to SRP
- Introduction to Jet & Hydraulic Pumping
- Introduction to Gas Lift
- Production, Petroleum or Well Performance Engineers to maximize their well production
- Field Production Personnel to understand the importance of data
- Completion or Surface Facilities Engineers to understand what they can do to help maximizing well production
Specification: Well Production Mechanisms – 3-Course Bundle
About the Publisher
- Store Name: Increase Well Production
- With 15 years of professional experience in the industry, Damien is recognized subject matter expert in Well Performance topics, especially Gas Lift. Damien holds a master degree from the top ranke... Read More > Read More
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aurelianorama (verified owner) –
This bundles 3 great courses about well performance.
It covers the basics of the overall subject.
The courses will start on well inflow mechanisms, continue with well outflow and end with artificial lift considerations.
You will get the most of it if you write down notes as a school lessons and make the effort to solve yourselves the examples. It is pretty easy to follow as the instructor points the reasonning path on pictures.
Provided that, you will get a broad understanding of the subject.
Hence you will the progress by yourself to be ready for an entry level working ability.
Learn with Sergey Chernenkov –
I have taken this course courtesy the instructor, Mr. Damien Leonard, as peer reviewer. I was, generally, very satisfied with the course content and the presenter. Some comments were send to the instructor directly, and may be used if further improvement is planned.
In any case, I would highly recommend this training material to those, who wants to improve the knowledge of nodal analysis and well performance, or to lateral disciplines specialists, who needs the intermediate data on artificial lift methods.
I would like to thank Damien and Petrolessons.com for giving me an opportunity to pass through this very informative course.
I carefully follow-up this training of Well Production Mechanisms created by Mr. Damien LEONARD.
I found the content very interresting regarding the quality of information and the kind of presentation.
This training allow me to get a good understanding of well production and different aspects involved to better produce a well.
I strongly recommend this course at every one working in Oil and Gas Industry.
J’ai suivi ce cours et il était très intéressant, je le recommande pour toutes personnes voulant avoir les détails pertinents dans la production pétrolière.
I attended this course , very good presentation by Damien Leonard.
Good animations and explanations
I learned a lot on the production domain.
Encourage others to take this course.
I did the full course when beginning a career transition from geology to reservoir engineering. I found the explanations very clear and straight to the point with exercises well elaborated to reinforce the concepts and cover all the doubts. It is definitely a very good starting point for those willing to go deeper into production engineering. Strongly recommended.
I have taken this course as I was looking for a cost effective training alternative for field production engineers in Western Africa, during the 2015 downturn when all budgets had to be drastically reduced.
This course proved to be very interesting solution. Very good content, very clear explanations. The feedback received by the field engineers team was excellent. The knowledge of wells mechanisms improved and it was noticed in the operations.
I feel I have fully achieved my objectives with this training. I recommend this course if you are looking for a solution to train your operational staff with some years of field experience in remote locations at a very competitive cost.
This 3 course bundle is awesome. Simple and illustrative enough to be understood and deep enough to get you going and give you an edge in understanding the reservoir and oil and gas production. As an ESP engineer with Baker Hughes, I strongly recommend this course which I took myself.
This course is a great way of getting familiar with Well Production concepts. It works well for anyone either beginning to get into Production engineering or just wanting to refresh and reinforce knowledge they may have already learnt. The explanations are clear and concise and the exercises really allow you to get a feel for the material being taught. I highly recommend the course.
ipjuanvazquez (verified owner) –
These 3 courses are very helpful to better understand the parameters involved within the integral production system as well as the relationship that exists between them and how it can be improved to reduce pressure and production losses, the content is of excellent quality. I recommend it 100%