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  67 PETROLEUM ENGINEERING Petroleum engineering learning events are designed to develop competence of petroleum engineers, reservoir engineers and petrophysicists. The learning ladders help identify which learning events are appropriate. LEARNING LADDER | Reservoir Engineer (RE) Optional Training* Subsurface and RE/PP ConferencesSkills Updating & Maintenance CoursesManaging EP Business EP03Recommended TrainingAdvanced Waterflood AWFHC Field Planning Tool HFPT Adv Well Test Analysis P216bEOR Gas Injection EORGEOR Thermal EORTEP4D EP4DEssential Training– Advanced Years > 6Optional Training* Cased Hole Evaluation P266Recommended TrainingSpecial Core Analysis SCALReservoir Fluid Properties PVTSSubsurface and RE/PP ConferencesEP Business Economics EP02Well & Reservoir Surveillance WRSStatic Reservoir Modelling SRMEssential TrainingDeveloping EP Business Skills & Project Management EP01 ** Advanced reservoir simulation P217b Intermediate Years 4-6Optional Training* Other Discipline Courses (WE) W010Other Discipline Courses (PT) PTO PetroSkillsOther Discipline Courses (PG) PGD PetroSkillsOther Discipline Courses (PP) FPP PetroSkillsRecommended Training–Essential TrainingIntegrated Waterflood IWCWell Test Analysis P216ReservesMoReS Software Training MO01Reservoir Simulation P217aSubsurface Integration G180 ** Fundamentals Years 2-4Essential TrainingApplied Reservoir Engineering RE PetroSkillsIntroducing the EP Business EP00 ** Foundation First Year * depends on assignment, individual needs ** Accredited by Curtin University  WELLS ENGINEERINGPROJECT ENGINEERINGPRODUCTION ENGINEERING PETROLEUM ENGINEERING HSSEGEOSCIENCEDISCIPLINE ENGINEERINGBUSINESS & LEADERSHIP   68 LEARNING LADDER | Petrophysics Optional Training* Leadership Courses Managing EP Business EP03Coaching for Performance or equivalent Field TripsSPWLA or SPE Conferences (external perspective)Recommended TrainingIntegrated Subsurface Conferences – ShellQuantitative Interpretation - (for non-QI PPs) G220 Advanced QI Workshop - (for QI PP’s) E210Q Advanced (years 5++)Optional Training* Production Technology for Other DisciplinesDeveloping EP Business Skills EP01 **EP Business Economics EP02Other discipline courses (RE, PT, G&G that fits assignment) Advanced Structures & Trap Analysis Am Hub PT2107Recommended TrainingWell & Reservoir Surveillance CAWPCore Analysis Workshop for PP WRSSpecial Core Analysis SCALRE/PP Conferences and Regional Conferences and WorkshopsFluid Sampling & Evaluation (R300) FEASTStatic Reservoir Modelling SRMEssential TrainingAdvanced Petrophysics P271 Intermediate (years 4-5++)Optional Training* Carbonate Petrophysics (Shell) CarbPPCarbonate Petrophysics CarbPP PetroskillsReservoir Engineering for others PetroskillsCoring and Core Analysis CCA PetroskillsProduction Geology for Other Disciplines PetroskillsDipmeter and BH Image Interpretation PetroskillsBasic Geophysics PetroskillsBorehole Image Foundation G175Pore Pressure Prediction P219Recommended TrainingQuantitative Interpretation - (QI PPs) G220Wellsite Operations ExposureCased Hole Evaluation (Jim Smolen) P266Cased Hole Evaluation Free e-learning on SOUReservoir Oriented Geology w/6d field trip ROGEssential TrainingIntegrated Petrophysics P265Capillarity CIR (Taught by Murphy) PetroskillsSubsurface Integration G180 ** Fundamentals (years 2-4+) LEARNING LADDER | Petrophysics Recommended TrainingOpen Hole Evaluation (free e-learning on SOU) P262iEssential TrainingPhase I Petrophysics P262 **Basic TECHLOG Level Training Program (PP Evaluation Software) TECHLOGIntroducing the EP Business EP00 ** Foundation First Year * depends on assignment, individual needs ** Accredited by Curtin University  WELLS ENGINEERINGPROJECT ENGINEERINGPRODUCTION ENGINEERING PETROLEUM ENGINEERING HSSEGEOSCIENCEDISCIPLINE ENGINEERINGBUSINESS & LEADERSHIP   69 PETROLEUM ENGINEERING SOU Reference CodeTitle (Code) ProviderDesigned For (Level)TPDObjectivesContact Email GEOGPH000039Subsurface Integration(G180)  Accredited by Curtin University  Graduate geologists, geophysicists, reservoir engineers, petrophysicists, production technology and well engineers. Ideally attendees will have between one and three years of experience since joining Shell. (Fundamentals)20The G180 event is designed to “equip subsurface new technical professionals with the skills required to contribute to multidisciplinary subsurface projects”. By the end of the event participants will have: †  Explored and be able to describe their own discipline role within a multidisciplinary team and his or her interfaces with other disciplines (including surface and commercial disciplines) and to understand how these roles change throughout the lifecycle of an EP asset. †  Managed as part of a multidisciplinary team a subsurface asset at the Field Development Planning stage of development, applying the Hydrocarbon Development Process and other relevant Global Processes.This course forms part of the mandatory foundation training for new technical professionals in EP (core technical disciplines) participating in the Develop programme.EF Anita.Retno@shell.comLDL Mike.E.German@shell.comLDL Tatiana.Block@shell.comGEOPGE000003Geology for Non-geologists(GNG)Those who require additional knowledge and skills to work effectivelywith geologists and geological concepts in their daily life. It consists of two days classroom learning followed by a three day field trip along the Dorset coast in the UK. (Foundation)3The course provides a basic overview of production geology and focusses on demonstrating the practical impact of geological models and geological uncertainty in reservoir appraisal and development concept selection. Both in the classroom and during the fieldtrip, learning is consolidated through syndicate exercises in multi-disciplinary teams. The fieldtrip in particular allows participants to practise the prediction of reservoir and well performance based on observable geological characteristics.EF Anita.Retno@shell.comLDL Frus.Peteers@shell.comGEOSPG000002Production Geology for Other Disciplines(PGD) Petroskills  Petroleum and field engineers requiring a more extensive understanding of geologicial data, their variability, and the effects of the data on their jobs, professional staff from other disciplines, and managers involved in reservoir evaluation and management. (Foundation)5Geological factors bear directly on and usually control engineering activities such as drilling, logging, testing, completion, development, and production. The course provides a brief overview of geological principles and environments of deposition, focussing on the practical impact of geological models and uncertainty on reservoir appraisal and development. Without a common understanding between geologists and engineers, there can be no real interdisciplinary communication or teamwork in reservoir development and production activities. Engineering and geological co-ordination are the objectives of this course.For more info,please go to the Petroskills website www.petroskills.comRegistrations@ogci.comPETRES000011Integrated Waterflood Course(IWC) All petroleum engineering, wells, operations and engineering staff involved in waterflood projects. (Advanced)5The course covers the following topics: †  Reservoir aspects of Waterflooding including geology. †  Injection wells including fracturing. †  Production wells including Smart Well. †  Reservoir management and surveillance. †  Surface facilities including smart fields. †  Exercises/problems. †  Lekhwair case history.This runs throughout the course and teams will be asked to develop their own plans at the appraisal, development and operate phases of the field’s lifecycle.EF Vincent.Pellegrino@shell.comLDL Jerry.Foster@shell.comPETRES000007Special Core – Measurement,  Application(SCAL)Petroleum engineers involved in interpretation and use of Special Core Analysis Data for reservoir modelling studies and or in the design of SCAL measurements. Participants are expected to have basic knowledge on the subject, e.g. will have attended the Applied Reservoir Engineering course (RE) by PetroSkills (formerly the Shell P263), or equivalent course. (Intermediate)5This course will provide the participants with an insight into the measurement, interpretation and application of Special Core and shall cover areas like: †  Core handling and preparation. †  Basic core analysis. †  Resistivity Index measurements. †  Refresher fluid flow concepts. †  Capillary pressure measurement. †  Averaging. †  Comparison with logs. †  Usage of capillary pressure curves in reservoir simulation. †  Relative permeability measurement techniques and data validation.EF Vincent.Pellegrino@shell.comLDL Jerry.Foster@shell.com WELLS ENGINEERINGPROJECT ENGINEERINGPRODUCTION ENGINEERING PETROLEUM ENGINEERING HSSEGEOSCIENCEDISCIPLINE ENGINEERINGBUSINESS & LEADERSHIP   70PETROLEUM ENGINEERING SOU Reference CodeTitle (Code) ProviderDesigned For (Level)TPDObjectivesContact Email PETRES000017Hydrocarbon Field Planning Tool(HFPT)Reservoir engineers who have already attended a reservoir simulation course and  facility engineers with experience in production system modelling. (Advanced)5This course will provide an insight into building, running and maintaining HFPT models using integrated subsurface and surface modelling simulation techniques. Upon completion of this course the participants will be able to: †  Discuss integrated subsurface-surface system modelling principles. †  Discuss surface network construction, surface facility constraints and optimisation. †  Forecast using DevPlan or PTNet. †  Use MoReS and Tank models in EFPT. †  Discuss advanced features of HFPT and Shell company requirements.EF Vincent.Pellegrino@shell.comLDL Mike.E.German@shell.com RESERVOIR ENGINEERING SOU Reference CodeTitle (Code) ProviderDesigned For (Level)TPDObjectivesContact Email PETRES000021Advanced Geological Reservoir Modelling(GTA-M106)GTA NAUTILUSFor further details, please visit the Nautilus website listed in section of course description. (Intermediate)7The participants can use the following username and password to access the GTA Nautilus website:www.nautilusworld.com †  Username: shellgroup. †  Password: discovery.EF Vincent.Pellegrino@shell.comLDL Lisa.Thieme@shell.comPETRES000010Rocket-J Field Heavy Oil Development (PT1909) Shell Exploration and Production Company  Shell International Exploration & Production and Shell Exploration & Production Company summer interns. (Foundation)1The Rocket-J Field Heavy Oil Development Project is a newly created one day learning opportunity that exposes participants to Exploration and Production (EP) and heavy oil development through facilitator guidance, discussions, videos, exercises, and participant team presentations. Participants learn about almost all aspects of Exploration and Production (EP): geology, geophysics, petrophysics, reservoir engineering, drilling, production technology, surface facilities, enhanced oil recovery, pipelines, platforms, etc. Aspects of Shell culture, processes, technology, etc., are introduced along the way. The imaginary setting for this learning opportunity is the Rocket-J Field which is in the desert interior of the Isle of Murph, a newly formed sovereign nation. There have been several development wells drilled over the last few years, but oil production is small because of the high viscosity of the heavy oil.EF Vetta.Campbell@Shell.ComPETRES000002MoReS Application Course(MO01)Reservoir engineers of varying experience levels who are starting to use MoReS. (Fundamentals)5This course will provide the participants an insight into constructing and using a MoReS model and discusses the various workflows. EF Vincent.Pellegrino@shell.comLDL Mike.E.German@shell.comPETRES000001Well Test Evaluation and Design(P216)Reservoir engineers who are currently, or will soon be, involved in well test design and analysis. Participants are expected to have basic knowledge on the subject, e.g. will have attended the Applied Reservoir Engineering course (RE) by PetroSkills (formerly the Shell P263), or equivalent course. (Fundamentals)5This five day course covers different aspects of well test evaluation and design. The course covers radial  flow theory, skin, well-bore storage and reservoir boundaries. The course includes a PTA system workshop comprising data preparation and quality control. Other subjects are: †  Multi-rate gas well test analysis. †  Horizontal well analysis. †  Dual porosity reservoir. †  Vertical fracture. †  Partial penetration. †  Dual permeability.The course also presents case histories, operational aspects and difficult analysis problems involved during well testing.EF Vincent.Pellegrino@shell.comLDL Jerry.Foster@shell.com WELLS ENGINEERINGPROJECT ENGINEERINGPRODUCTION ENGINEERING PETROLEUM ENGINEERING HSSEGEOSCIENCEDISCIPLINE ENGINEERINGBUSINESS & LEADERSHIP 
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