PETROLEUM ENGINEERING AND STRUCTURAL GEOLOGY SOFTWARE
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Engineering Workshops

The workshop can be considered as advanced course, where the client's engineers work on one of their field models with associated data to achieve an agreed set of engineering objectives.

The workshop can be considered as advanced course, where the client's engineers work on one of their field models with associated data to achieve an agreed set of engineering objectives.

A goal of the workshop is to allow the client's engineers to develop the skills and confidence to continue to develop, maintain and use the model when they are back in their own offices. Empowering the client's engineers we believe will ensure that the skills and knowledge gained are retained within the client's organisation.

Petroleum Experts can propose a workshop in Edinburgh, UK. The workshop length will depend on technical objectives that require to be achieved and will be assessed by Petex once the data and goals have been reviewed.

Once the technical goals set by the client are agreed, Petex will request a list of data and models that we will review in preparation for the workshop. This preparation time will also allow the opportunity to discuss with the client's engineers any data issue that may arise, so that come the time of the workshop the focus can be on achieving the modelling goals.

The client's engineers would have one Petex petroleum engineer working with them for the full duration of the workshop. Moreover, other expertise would be available to assist with the workshop as required, e.g. PVT, reservoir, system optimisation specialists etc.

Petroleum Experts will provide for the client's engineers dedicated office/training facilities, computers and software licences to work with during the workshop.