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Courses for April, May June 2010 - SPE San Joaquin Valley Section

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    SPE SJV Continuing Education

    May 2010 The San Joaquin Valley Section of the Society of Petroleum Engineers is

    pleased to offer the following Continuing Education classes for your

    consideration. You can register by clicking on the links below or at the SJV

    SPE website.

    ? DOGGR Information Seminar May 19

    ? Project Management Principles June 8 & 9

    ? Introduction to Surface Facilities June 22 & 23

For more details, contact Jack Stevenson (661) 392-3470

    Jack.Stevenson@Chevron.com

    California Department of Conservation

    Division of Oil, Gas, and Geothermal Resources

    Annual Information Seminar

    May 19, 2010

     8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

    Four Points Sheraton fourpoints

    5101 California Avenue

     Bakersfield 93309 Course Description

    A one-day information seminar will be conducted by the Division of Oil, Gas, and Geothermal

    Resources (DOGGR) - Bakersfield District Office to familiarize participants with DOGGR

    regulatory, permitting, and operational procedures. All of the individuals will be available to

    answer any administrative-related questions, but an emphasis will be placed on field operations.

    The seminar will include information on services available from the Division and the philosophy

    on current issues, such as the Division's Orphan/Idle Well Program, the Kern County Habitat

    Conservation Plan to address endangered species and the AB1960 Facilities Maintenance

    Program.

    Topics will include: Introduction; Operator Information; Information and Services Available;

    Well Permitting and Variances; Field Operations; Environmental and Pipeline Management

    Programs; Construction Site Review; Orphan and Idle Well Program; Underground Injection

    Program; CEQA/VFHCP/DOGGR-BLM MOU; AB1960 Facilities Maintenance Program;

    District Operations; Wrap-up.

Who Should Attend

    Field supervisors or operators; persons working with the DOGGR on a daily basis; contractors;

    persons planning development projects within existing or abandoned oilfields; and any agency or

    person interested in learning more about the topics included in this seminar.

    Instructors:

     The course coordinator is Mike Glinzak (661-334-3650), who currently is the Bakersfield

    District Operations Unit Supervisor. Course instructors will be DOGGR subject matter experts

    and will be advertised as plans are finalized.

    Registration

    The registration fee of $100 (US) includes one day of instruction, a book and CD with workshop

    presentation and reference material, refreshments and lunch.

    ? link below or at the SJV SPE website. Contact Jack You can register by clicking on the PayPal

    Stevenson Jack.Stevenson@chevron.com (661-392-3470) if you have questions.

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    DOGGR Annual Information Seminar

    Outline

Introduction Mike Glinzak

    Operator Information Mike Glinzak

    Information and Services Available Mike Glinzak

    Well Permitting and Variances Gary Philbrick

    Field Operations Dwight Isenhower

    Environmental and Pipeline Management Programs Mike Toland

    Construction Site Review Joyce Jaszarowski

    Orphan and Idle Well Program Joe Perrick

    Underground Injection Program Rich Thesken

    CEQA/VFHCP/DOGGR-BLM MOU Randy Adams

    AB1960 Facilities Maintenance Program Mike Toland

    District Operations Randy Adams (D4)

    Tim Boardman (D5)

    D2 and D3 TBA

    Project Management Principles

    June 8 & 9, 2010

     8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

    Four Points Sheraton fourpoints

    5101 California Avenue

     Bakersfield 93309

    OBJECTIVE:

    The objective of the course is to introduce the participant to the fundamental nature of

    projects and the special techniques involved in project management. Concepts such as

    the definition of a project, the nature of the project team, and the role and function of the

    project manager are presented. The Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK)

    from the Project management Institute-PMI is introduced as the basis to further explore practices, tools, and techniques for successful project management.

    COURSE DESCRIPTION:

    This course examines the organization, planning, and controlling of projects and

    provides practical knowledge on managing project scope, schedule, money and

    resources. Topics include matters such as: project life cycle, work breakdown structure-

    WBS, scheduling techniques, quality and risk management, and resource allocation

    decisions. The typical functions of a Project Manager are extensively discussed:

    planning, organizing, controlling, directing, communicating, etc. WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

    The course is directed to personnel in need of a basic understanding of the Project

    Management process. It is intended for people who just began working as Project

    Manager at a Junior level, people who work in other functions who need to have a clear understanding about the main functions of a PM and what he/she does on a day-to-day

    basis, and anyone beginning work in the Engineering and Construction industry who

    needs global knowledge about the nature of a project. CONTENT

    ? Introduction to Project Management

    ? Making a Project Successful

    ? PM Evolution

    ? Project Management Function

    ? Planning

    ? Organizing/Staffing

    ? Controlling

    ? Directing

    ? The Process of Communication

    ? The Importance of Planning within the PM Process

    ? Scope

    ? Scheduling Methods

    ? Budget

    ? Project Life-Cycle

    ? Phase I Visualizing

    ? Phase II Conceptualization

    ? Phase III Definition

    ? Phase IV Implementation

    ? Phase V - Closure

    ? Contracts & Procurement

    ? EPC Projects

    ? Quality Management

    ? Risk Management

    ? Earned Value

    ? Modern Developments in Project Management REGISTRATION

    The registration fee is $950 for SPE members and $975 for non-SPE members. Includes two days of instruction, a course notebook, refreshments and lunch. You can register by clicking on the PayPal? link below or at the SJV SPE website. Contact Jack Stevenson (Jack.Stevenson@chevron.com 661-392-3470) if you have questions.

    SJV SPE CE Project Mgt - SPE Member ($950) SJV SPE CE Project Mgt - non-SPE Member ($975)

    PREREQUISITES

    None

    WHAT TO BRING

    Calculator or Lap-Top.

    INSTRUCTOR

    Jose A. Clavier:

    Jose has over 26 years of experience in the oil and gas industry. Currently he works for Proynca

    USA as a Project Manager. Prior to joining Proynca USA, he worked for Proynca Venezuela

    and Petróleos De Venezuela, SA (PDVSA), where he held several positions including Project Manager, Training Instructor, Management Advisor, Planning Advisor, Asset Manager,

    Maintenance Superintendent, Planning Coordinator, and Project Engineer. Jose holds a BS in

    Civil Engineering from the University of Puerto Rico, a Master of Science in Civil Engineering

    (Major in Construction Management), and a Master of Science in Management from the Georgia

    Institute of Technology. He has strengths in the following areas: ? Project management and project economic evaluation ? Strategic planning and portfolio management

    ? Solid academic background and extensive experience in the construction management field

    ? Strengths in project management, decision making and risk analysis, strategic planning,

    project economic evaluation, infrastructure planning

    June 22 & 23, 2010

     8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Introduction to Surface Facilities in the Oil & Gas Industry

    Four Points Sheraton fourpoints

    5101 California Avenue

     Bakersfield 93309 OBJECTIVE:

    The objective of this training course is to provide an overall view of the surface facilities

    used in the upstream oil and gas industry. The course will make the attendee familiar

    with process use for separation, processing, and transport of oil, gas, and water. This

    material is not a guide for process equipment selection for different applications.

    Engineers and other professionals shall use their judgment and knowledge when

    applying the concepts provided in this material.

    COURSE DESCRIPTION:

    The course is an extensive overview of all the processes and equipment typically used

    in the oil and gas industry. The first section is related with the oil extraction process and

    the recovery methods. The course takes the participant on a journey where all the processes related to separation and condition of the fluids for sales, use, disposal or

    transportation are visited. Significant time is dedicated to the treatment and processing

    of the three most common fluids (oil, gas, water) found in the O&G business.

    WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

    The course is directed to personnel in the oil and gas business who need a basic

    understanding of the different surface facilities processes and equipment used to

    separate and process oil, water, and gas to meet the sales or disposition specifications.

    It is intended for asset managers or production leads with a technical background

    different from facilities or process engineers, new facilities or process engineers,

    personnel working with the O&G industry in the support functions (procurement, HSE,

    finance, HR, IT, logistics, etc) who need to increase their knowledge about surface

    facilities, reservoir engineers who need to interact with the facilities engineers, or people

    who require a better understanding of the O&G industry processes associated with

    treating and moving the oil and gas from the reservoir to the final user or intermediate

    client.

    CONTENT

    ? Introduction to Oil Production

    ? Crude Oil Classification

    ? Production Methods

    ? Recovery Methods

    ? Surface Facilities

    ? Separation (Crude Oil/Gas/ Water)

    ? Crude Oil Facilities

    o Treatment, Storage and Shipping

    ? Gas Facilities

    o Compression

    o Conditioning

    o Processing and Sale

    ? Water Facilities

    o Treatment

    o Disposition

    ? Other Surface Equipment

    REGISTRATION

    The registration fee is $950 for SPE members and $975 for non-SPE members. Includes two days of instruction, a course notebook, refreshments and lunch. You can register by clicking on the PayPal? link below or at the SJV SPE website. Contact

    Jack Stevenson (Jack.Stevenson@chevron.com 661-392-3470) if you have questions.

    SJV SPE CE Surface Facilities - SPE Member ($950)

    SJV SPE CE Surface Facilities - non-SPE Member ($975)

    WHAT TO BRING

    Just the desire to learn.

    INSTRUCTOR

    Octavio Urosa: He has over 26 years of experience in the oil and gas industry.

    Currently Octavio is the President, CEO, and a founder of Proynca USA, an engineering

    consulting company. Prior to joining Proynca USA, he worked for Processes Unlimited

    International, Inc., Proynca Venezuela and Petróleos De Venezuela, SA (PDVSA),

    where he held several positions including: Project Manager, Business Planning

    Manager, Economic Analysis Manager, Project Engineer, Process Engineer, and Gas

    Engineer. He also taught Thermodynamic and Fluid Mechanics courses at the

    Universidad de Oriente (Eastern University) in Venezuela. Octavio holds a BS in

    Chemical Engineering from the Universidad Simon Bolivar, Venezuela, and has

    participated in more than 60 training courses/assignments in the USA, Venezuela, United Kingdom, and France. He has strengths in the following areas: ? Conceptual, basic, and detail engineering, and project development ? Process engineering for oil, water, and gas

    ? Management of multidisciplinary teams mainly in upstream oil and gas production

    and processing

    ? Extensive experience in business planning, feasibility studies, technical-economic

    evaluations, risk analysis, asset management, and integration of oil and gas

    reservoir, facilities and services

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