Informasi Seminar
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Jogjakarta |April 5-8, 2011| IDR 8.250.000,-/ Person


After completing this course participants are expected to be able to:

  • Comprehend basic principles of calculation and conduct optimization when wells production operations, oil wells, gas and geothermal reservoir implemented, develop this production optimization implementation to improve wells and fields performance and production.
  • Conduct simple diagnosis and comprehend settlement problems on production wells operation of, oil wells and gas and geothermal reservoir.
  • Create a simple analysis of wells oil, gas and geothermal data, forecast performance and plan production operations development
  • Conduct simple quantitative calculations entire acquisition data: tubing, flowline, chokes, perforation, Gravel-pack, sub-surface safety, wells valve, plan its development by considering capability from each well.
  • Practice knowledge of production operations for settlement problems occur when cementation process, handling scale, sand, corrosion and damage of oil and gas wells.
  • Understanding basic principles on design: cementation, workover, wells stimulation with acidizing and hydraulics rupture, planning workover, etc.


Backgrounds: Operator, Senior Operator, Engineer/Non Engineer

Outline Course

Geologic Considerations in producing Operation

  • Introduction
  • Sandstone Reservoirs
  • Geologic Factors Affecting Reservoir Properties in Sandstone
  • Application of Geologic concepts in Specific Sandstone
  • Carbonate Reservoirs
  • Application of Geologic Concepts in Carbonate Reservoirs

Reservoir Considerations in Well Completions

  • Introduction
  • Hydrocarbon Properties of Oil and Gas
  • Recommendations of Obtaining Good Test Data
  • “Eyeball” Interpretation of Pressure Charts

Primary Cementing

  • Introduction
  • Cementing Materials
  • Cement Additives
  • Cement Bonding
  • Flow Properties of Primary Cements
  • Displacement Mechanics
  • Cost of Primary Cementing
  • Special Problem Situations-New Developments
  • Primary Cementing Practices

Well Completion Design

  • Factors Influencing Well Completion Design
  • Conventional Tubular Configuration
  • Unconventional Tubular Configurations
  • Sizing Production Tubular
  • Completion Interval
  • Permanent Well Completions (PWC)
  • Tubingless Completion

Tubing Strings,Packers,Subsurface Control Equipment

  • Tubing Strings
  • Steel Grades
  • Tubing Connections
  • Makeup of API Threaded connection
  • Design of Tubing Strings
  • High Strength Tubing
  • Physical Properties of Steel
  • Sensitivities of High Strength Tubing
  • Tubing Inspection
  • Tubing Handling Practices
  • Equipment for Use With-Strength Tubing
  • Tubing Running Practices
  • API Publication List
  • Packers and Subsurface Control Equipment
  • Production Packers
  • Subsurface Control Equipment

Perforating Oil and Gas Wells

  • Introduction
  • Types of Perforators
  • Evaluation of Perforator Performance
  • Factors  Aftecting Gun Perforating Results
  • Perforating in a Clean Fluid with Differential Pressure Into Wellbore
  • A Comparison between the GEO-VANN System and Other Perforating Methods in Wells Equipped with Packers

Completion and Workover Fluids

  • Functions-Requirements-Selection Criteria
  • Formation Damage Related to Solids
  • Oil Fluids-Practical Application
  • Conventional Water-Base Mud
  • Oil Base or Invert-Emulsion Muds
  • Foam
  • Perforating Fluids
  • Packer Fluids
  • Well Killing

Through-Tubing Production Logging

  • Introduction
  • Logging Device
  • Application of Through-Tubing Production logging
  • Field Examples of Production Logging Techniques
  • Primary Cement Evaluation

Problem Well Analysis

  • Problem Wells
  • Problem Well Analysis Checklist

Parafin and Asphaltene

  • Introduction
  • Paraffin and Asphaltene Chemistry
  • Deposition Mechanisms
  • Removal of Wax Deposits
  • Preventing or Decreasing Wax Deposition
  • Design of Wax Control

Squeeze Cementing-Remedial Cementing

  • Introduction
  • Theoretical Considerations
  • Practical Considerations
  • Special Squeeze Cementing Situations
  • Planning a Squeeze Cement Job
  • Normal Operational Procedures
  • Other Operational Procedures
  • Plug-Back Operations
  • Special Cement Systems

Sand Control

  • Introduction
  • Reduction of Drag Force
  • Mechanical Methods of Sand Control
  • Practical Considerations in Gravel Packing
  • Use of screen Without Gravel
  • Resin Consolidation Methods

Formation Damage

  • Introduction
  • Basic Causes of Damage
  • Classification of Damage Mechanisms
  • Reduced Absolute Permeability
  • Increased Fluid Viscosity (Emulsion)
  • Diagnosis of Formation Damage

Surfactants for Well Treatments

  • Characteristics of Surfactants
  • Use and Action of Surfactant
  • Formation Damage Susceptible to Surfactant Treatment
  • Preventing or Removing Damage
  • Well Stimulation With Surfactants
  • Increasing Effectiveness of Rod Pumping
  • Prevention of Well Damage


  • Acids Used in Well Stimulation
  • Acid Additives
  • Carbonate Acidizing
  • Acidizing Techniques for Caronat Formations
  • Sandstone Acidizing
  • Potential Safety Hazard in Acidizing

Hydraulic Fracturing

  • Introduction
  • Mechanics of Fracturing
  • Production Increase from Fracturing
  • Propping the Fracture
  • Frac Fluids
  • Frac Job Design
  • Frac Job Evaluation Techniques

Scale Deposition,Removal,and Prevention

  • Introduction
  • Causes of Scale Deposition
  • Prediction and Identification of Scale
  • Scale Removal
  • Scale Prevention

Corrosion Control

  • The Corrosion Process
  • Detection and Measurement of Corrosion
  • Corrosion Control

Workover and Completion Rigs Workover System

  • Conventional Production Rigs
  • Non-Conventional Workovers System
  • Concentric Tubing Workovers

Workover Planning

  • Reasons for Workover
  • Workover to Alleviate Formation Damage
  • Workover for Low Permeability Well
  • Workover of Wells in Partially Pressure-Depleted Reservoirs
  • Workover to Reduces Water Production in Oil and Gas Wells
  • Workover to Reduces Gas Production in Oil Wells
  • Workover for Sand Control
  • Workover to Repair Mechanical Failure
  • Workover to Change Zones or Reservoirs
  • Workover to Multicomplete
  • Workover to Increase Production in Well Producing High Viscosity (Low Gravity) Oil
  • Workover Economics

Course Leader:

Dr. Ir. Sudjati Rachmat, DEA graduated from Petroleum Engineering Department of ITB in 1979 and got his Doctorate Degree with honored in 1987 from Ecole Centrale de Lyon I, France . The topic of his thesis is Modelisation Numerique d’Ecoulements Polyphasiques en Milieux Poreux Application au Cas de Calcul des Champs de Pressions et de Saturations dans un Gisement de Petrole.

For the time being, he became a lecturer in Petroleum Engineering Department of ITB. His subjects are Analysis and Numerical Method, Engineering Mathematics, Computer Simulation, Flu id Mechanic, Artificial Intelligence for Petroleum Engineering.

He also gave many courses to the community, such as: basic reservoir engineering and reservoir simulation, basic production engineering, down hole well testing, statistic and numerical method for petroleum engineering, basic log interpretation, etc. He is a member of some profession organization such as: IATMI, SPE/EIME, IMA, HAIAI, FPS-USA, INAGA, and IGA.

General Information

Certificate of Appreciation

All attendees will receive a certificate of appreciation attesting to their participant in the training. This certificate will be providing in exchange for a completed training questionnaire.


Documentation & Dress Code

  • Quality training material kits will be on registration, additional papers, & handouts assignment by Our Partner.
  • Note-taking by participants is encourage. However, to ensure free and open discussions, no formal records will be kept.
  • Casual clothing is recommended. The training atmosphere is informal.



  • Quality training material (hardcopy and softcopy)
  • Quality training kits included T-shirt or jacket, cap, ect.
  • Interactive presentation with discussion
  • Lunch per day
  • Morning and afternoon coffee / tea breaks for along the training
  • Certificate of Completion
  • Exclusive flash disk.


**) Optional


Tuition Fee & Registration  Deadline

  • IDR 8.250.000,-/ Person
  • Registration deadline a weeks before training held.


Minimum Participant

This training will be conducted if we receive registration letter from 3 (three) participants (Minimum)


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