Short Courses Details

Mapping Challenges and Business Assessment in Enhancing Corporate Communication in The Indonesian Petroleum Industry

EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION UNTIL APRIL 22, 2016
Rp. 8.000.000 (IPA Professional Division Member)
Rp. 13.000.000 (Non- IPA Professional Division Member)
REGULAR REGISTRATION AFTER APRIL 22, 2016
Rp. 13.000.000 (IPA Professional Division Member)
Rp. 18.000.000 (Non- IPA Professional Division Member

Includes : course manual, course materials, working lunches and refreshments

We encourage Participants to apply as IPA Professional Division Member to get benefit for registration cost.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

The course is designated to appeal for advanced corporate executive secretary, junior or moderate staffs as of public relation officers, external affairs, government relations and junior or moderate engineers who interested in knowing the nature risks and other challenges of petroleum business in Indonesia. This session is sequel course (training) of the Corporate Communication in the Indonesian Petroleum Industry. Participants will learn a comprehensive knowledge and deepen understanding in viewing the Indonesian petroleum industry and understand the function of Corporate Communication as part of important role to communicate their mission to liaise between the corporate and the policy makers.

COURSE DESCRIPTION

The content is more describing challenges and knowing risks from pre-awarded PSC Contract, during implementing PSC Contract and post PSC Contract. In addition, to let participants know the nature of understanding in viewing those risks and challenges especially to support for those participants who are nontechnical background or engineering.

The aim of the course is to provide additional deepen knowledge for the Corporate Communicator in presenting their role to explain comprehensively to many stakeholders.

COURSE CONTENT

  • Short review previous course on Corporate Communication in the Indonesian Petroleum Industry.
    • Key messages as taking role for Corporate Communication
  • Knowing challenges and risks from technical perspectives
    • geographical, geological, infrastructures, etc
  • Knowing challenges and risks from non-technical perspectives
    • economic financial risks, business contract agreement, understanding PSC’s philosophy contract, etc.
  • Knowing challenges and risks from commercial perspectives
    • energy supply and demand, etc.
  • Law in Governing the Petroleum Business in Indonesia
  • Business Compliance and Ethics
  • Understanding the nature of extractive business and learnt news coverage from media statement
  • The course will be a mixture of lesson learn and simulation for basic exercise

DURATION COURSE

Two (2) Days Training Class Package

Event Information

  • Date: May 23-24, 2016
  • (2-days)
  • Venue:Century Park Hotel
  • Jakarta, Indonesia
  • Instructor:Hendi H. Kiswanto
  • Talisman Energy
  • Jakarta – Indonesia

Petroleum Geology of Indonesia: Current Knowledge

EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION UNTIL APRIL 22, 2016
Rp. 10.000.000 (IPA Professional Division Member)
Rp. 15.000.000 (Non- IPA Professional Division Member)
REGULAR REGISTRATION AFTER APRIL 22, 2016
Rp. 15.000.000 (IPA Professional Division Member)
Rp. 20.000.000 (Non- IPA Professional Division Member

Includes : course manual, course materials, working lunches and refreshments

We encourage Participants to apply as IPA Professional Division Member to get benefit for registration cost.

COURSE BACKGROUND

Geologically, Indonesia occupies one of the most complicated areas on Earth. The archipelago is made up of three major crustal plates and several micro-plates of both continental and oceanic origins. This tectonic setting provides Indonesia with numerous sedimentary basins and inter-basin areas where petroleum accumulations are either proven or possible.

Petroleum resources of Indonesia have been explored and produced for more than 140 years. Yet, the Indonesia’s oil and gas potential and production are still important regionally. National and multi-national companies are still venturing these resources. Exploration opportunities are still large in both Western and Eastern Indonesia.

Indonesia may also be the most diverse country in the world with at least 50 proven and probably more than 100 speculative petroleum systems. Controlled largely by the different geological regimes of Western and Eastern Indonesia, the pattern of petroleum accumulations differs across the archipelago. Understanding geological evolution and how various sedimentary basins developed, are keys to the understanding of petroleum systems within the basins.

Within this two-day course, a highlight on the current knowledge on petroleum geology and petroleum systems of Indonesia will be summarized. The course materials are based on recent concepts and technical progress within individual basins. Discussions of producing basins will seek for their remaining potentials. New ideas on the possibilities of petroleum accumulation in under-explored or frontier areas will be presented.

Current statistics of petroleum exploration and production in Indonesia will also be discussed. The course will provide participants with tour of petroleum geology of Indonesia. After the course, the participants will know highlights on: (1) regional tectonics, stratigraphy, petroleum systems, and recent status of exploration and production of Indonesia, and (2) petroleum geology and petroleum systems of most basins in Indonesia, their remaining potentials and how to explore them, as well as ideas for under-explored or frontier basins. The course will benefit both junior and senior petroleum professionals.***

WHO CAN ATTEND

Geologists, geophysicists, geochemists, petroleum engineers, managers will get benefit participating this course. The course is designed to be participants-friendly, meet all levels of expertise, from basic to advanced.

Day 1
  1. Introduction
  2. Petroleum Industry History
  3. Regional Tectonics and Stratigraphy
  4. Sedimentary Basins of Indonesia
  5. Sumatra
  6. Natuna
  7. Java
  8. Kalimantan
  9. Day 2
  10. Makassar Straits
  11. Sulawesi
  12. Lesser Sunda
  13. Timor-Tanimbar-Seram
  14. Halmahera
  15. Papua
  16. Arafura Sea
  17. Regional Petroleum Systems and Plays
  18. Current EP Status, Challenges, Opportunity

Event Information

  • Date: May 23-24, 2016
  • (2-days)
  • Venue:Century Park Hotel
  • Jakarta, Indonesia
  • Instructor:Awang Harun Satyana
  • SKK Migas
  • Jakarta – Indonesia

1-Day Casing Design Course

EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION UNTIL APRIL 22, 2016
Rp. 11.000.000 (IPA Professional Division Member)
Rp. 16.000.000 (Non- IPA Professional Division Member)
REGULAR REGISTRATION AFTER APRIL 22, 2016
Rp. 16.000.000 (IPA Professional Division Member)
Rp. 21.000.000 (Non- IPA Professional Division Member)

Includes : course manual, course materials, working lunches and refreshments

We encourage Participants to apply as IPA Professional Division Member to get benefit for registration cost.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

The course is designed for personnel who require a basic understanding of the need for casing and the basic design principles.

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This 1-day Casing Design course aims to develop the understanding of the casing design process.  This course is delivered though lectures, videos case studies.

At the end of this course delegates will be able to:

  • Describe the mechanism of abnormal pore pressure and understand the importance of different pressure regimes in the formations and in the wellbore.
  • Understand the processes of drilling a well.
  • Describe the importance of drilling fluid and the circulation system.
  • Describe the functions of different casing strings.
  • Describe the cementing process and equipment used in cementing casing.
  • Describe the steps involved in a preliminary design of a casing programme.
  • Understand the functions of casing over the wells life cycle.

COURSE CONTENT

Indicative Course Content:

  • Introduction and objectives of course.
  • Oil & gas geology, formation strength/fracture gradient, pore pressure, reservoir/bottom hole pressure.
  • The drilling process and equipment, the drill string/BHA, mud system/mud types/circulating system/pressure losses, bits, mud motors.
  • Casing running, cementing processes.
  • Preliminary casing design, casing sizes and hole sizes, selecting casing depths, kick tolerance.
  • The functions of casing over the well life cycle

Event Information

  • Date: May 24, 2016
  • (1-days)
  • Venue:Century Park Hotel
  • Jakarta, Indonesia
  • Instructor:Herve Vigor
  • Aberdeen Drilling International
  • (Malaysia) SDN, BHD.

For registration and detail information, please contact:

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Jakarta 12190 - Indonesia