This three-day course is designed to assist asset integrity managers with achieving maximum production capacity at the lowest life cycle cost while maintaining the long term integrity of their assets. The course will present techniques designed to improve the effectiveness of asset management and integrity activities to ensure that physical assets perform their required functions, operate reliably and thereby support corporate goals and objectives. The session will also focus on new methods and techniques and participants will gain an understanding of best practices for the most critical aspects of asset integrity management.
On completion of this unit you should be able to demonstrate your achievement of the following learning outcomes:
- Apply the knowledge gained in this discipline area to a range of relevant engineering issues.
- Approach problems in a logical way and be able to formulate an optimum solution.
- Decide what data / information is relevant from a range of sources, how these relate to each other and identify inconsistencies.
- Work clearly and concisely, and be able to communicate your findings in a variety of ways (on paper, electronically).
- Apply the knowledge gained in specific (ie a particular job situation) and general (ie overall problem solving capabilities) circumstances during your professional working life.
- Appreciate the global applicability of skills developed whilst (most likely) studying with students from abroad.
- Use the outcomes given above to assist in becoming fully professional engineers in the shortest possible time.
• Field development concepts and development planning
• Economic analysis and techniques
• Analysis of risk and uncertainty in reservoir management
• Asset valuation techniques
• Decision analysis
• Fiscal regimes
• Reservoir monitoring and field abandonment
• Exploration and production lifecycle and elements of value chain
• Prospect generation
• Reservoir mapping
• Prospect evaluation
• Reserves assessment and classification
• Field development planning
• Reservoir performance evaluation
Henry Faizal Noor, SE, MBA
Who Should Attend
Financial accounting & staff, financial manager & controller, project officer & analyst, accounting manager, purchasing manager, operation manager, corporate planner & analysis.
|Presentation, Discussion, Simulation, Case Study, and Evaluation|
Waktu & Tempat
• Training will be held on:
• 24 – 26 September 2012
• 8 – 10 Oktober 2012
• 15 – 17 Oktober 2012
• 23 – 25 Oktober 2012
• 12 – 14 November 2012
• 26 – 28 November 2012
• 4 – 6 Desember 2012
• 11-13 Desember 2012
• 18 – 21 desember 2012
• 26 – 28 desember 2012
• Grand aston Hotel, Yogyakarta ( Rp. 7.500.000/ participant non residential, special price Rp. 7.000.000/participant for minimum 3 participants from the same company.
• Mercure Hotel, Bali. ( Rp. 11.500.000/ participant non residential, special price Rp. 11.000.000/prticipant for minimum 3 participants from the same company.
• Santika B-Square Hotel, Balikpapan ( Rp. 8.500.000/ participant non residential, special price Rp. 8.000.000/prticipant for minimum 3 participants from the same company.
• Ibis Hotel, Solo ( Rp. 7.500.000/ participant non residential, special price Rp. 7.000.000/prticipant for minimum 3 participants from the same company.
• The Jayakarta Hotel, Lombok ( Rp.11.500.000/ participant non residential, special price Rp. 11.000.000/prticipant for minimum 3 participants from the same company.
• Savoy Homann Hotel, Bandung ( Rp.8.500.000/ participant non residential, special price Rp. 8.000.000/prticipant for minimum 3 participants from the same company
• Convinience meeting room at Grand Aston Hotel, Yogyakarta
• Airport pick up and drop service
• Transportation during training
• Training Kit
• 2x coffee break & lunch
• Hard & soft copy handout (USB flashdisk)