16 Upstream, Exploration & Development Training opportunities in Texas
1.1 CEUs Endorsed by the Gas Processors Association This course may assist in meeting requirements for DOT Operator Certification. To enroll click the Add to Cart button at the bottom of this page next to the class date you wish to enroll for. Covers the basics of automatic and manual sampling of natural gas for the determination of the chemical composition and Btu values.
The Deepwater Riser Engineering Course will provide a complete and up-to-date technical overview of deepwater riser engineering, from concept selection for field development, to preliminary design, detailed analysis and design, material selection and welding, fabrication, installation, inspection, and maintenance.
Provides the basics of offshore drilling operations. Explains the environment, logistics, equipment, procedures, safety requirements, emergency response, and regulations unique to petroleum exploration, drilling, and production activities offshore. Includes an overview of petroleum economics and investment decision-making specific to the offshore industry.
This is the first workshop organized by SPE to discuss chemical risk related to human health and the environment within the exploration and production (E&P) sector. Chemical risk assessment is an evolving element within the Health, Safety, Security, Environment and Social Responsibility (HSSE SR) segment of our industry.
The paradigm shift in the natural gas market has occurred due to the development of shale gas production. The shear size and locations of the production areas has made shale gas the most significant change to the North American energy complex in the last ten years. Tight oil production from shale formations is also increasing rates and reserves.