Well Completion at unconventional reservoirs
Why choose the Specialization in completion of wells in unconventional reservoirs?
Over the last years, the national development of unconventional resources Shale and Tight has significantly grown intending to achieve energy self-supply, generating the need to train specific profiles in this area.
This specialization provides the necessary tools to understand the Unconventional Well Completion processes, especially on Hydraulic Stimulation in Shale and Tight formations, and efficiently interact with petroleum Engineers, Geologists, and professionals from other disciplines who jointly work to carry out Well Completion at unconventional reservoirs.
This specialization is intended for:
Graduates in engineering and related courses interested in the issue of unconventional well completion. In the case of Petroleum Engineers or those with similar training, this course contributes significantly to their academic and professional development since the exclusive thematic content included is not available in any university program or postgraduate in the country.
Those responsible for development projects in oil and gas unconventional reservoirs.
Professionals who need to design better alternatives for the stimulation of unconventional reservoirs including the different technologies available.
Oil industry specialists who wish to obtain general knowledge in the construction of unconventional wells, including safety, environmental and operational aspects.
Duration: 2 years
Class attendance schedule: Wednesday and Thursday from 6:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Degree granted: Specialization in Well Completion at unconventional reservoirs
Accredited in session CONEAU Nª 421 June 15, 2015. Ministerial Resolution 2016-1656-E-APN-ME
- Introduction to the Oil and Gas Industry
- Well logging
- Reservoir Engineering, Fluids, and Petrophysics
- Well construction
- Operational aspects
- Fracturing Fluids and Support Agents
- Hydraulic fracturing
- Hydraulic fracturing II
- Stimulation treatments Testing
- Stimulation treatments Simulation
- Operational aspects I
- Operational aspects II
- Safety and Environmental Aspects
- Comprehensive Final Assignment Workshop
HEAD OF DEPARTMENT
Jorge Pablo Arroyo
Juan Carlos Bonapace
Jorge Luis Fasano
Gastón Fondevila Sancet
Juan Martín Paris
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