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SPE Artificial Lift Conference and Exhibition – Americas
Modern Artificial Lift – Adapting to a Changing Industry

23–25 August 2022 | Galveston, TX
Galveston Island Convention Center

Training Courses

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Training Courses

Extend your conference experience by adding a training course. Select from these courses below and find a topic to match your learning and professional development needs. SPE works with recognized experts to develop training courses covering a wide range of industry topics. Participants receive 0.8 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for one-day courses.

One-day courses are available on Monday, 22 August 2022 

Training courses are not included with the purchase of conference registration and must be purchased separately during the registration process.

* Your training course fee will include a copy of the course material, access to SPE's Learning Management System, and 0.8 CEUs (Continuing Education Units) .

One-Day Courses on Monday, 22 August

Rod Pumping Fundamentals and Dynamometer Analysis

Instructors: Matt Raglin and Kenneth B. (Ken) Nolen 

Disciplines: Production and Operations

Course Description:
 

This course offers real-world training by industry experts for optimization, design, and best practices. The training course will take your tech to the next level for all major rod design software, SCADA system and pump-off controllers.

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Gas Lift Design for Unconventional Wells

Instructor: William (Bill) Hearn, Greg Stephenson, and Matt Young 

Disciplines: Production and Operations

Course Description:

This course will provide a combination of basic design consideration for wells within unconventional assets. Examples will include design and implementation work from Permian, Eagle Ford, Bakken, Montney and other major unconventional plays. Primary topics covered will include Design, trouble shooting, annular flow, high pressure gas lift, tubing flow, intermittent, and Life of well design, surveillance and optimization.

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Data Analytics for Artificial Lift

Instructor: Rajan Chokshi and Patrick Bangert

Disciplines: Data Science and Engineering Analytics | Production and Operations

Course Description:

This course discusses use cases corresponding to artificial lift wells and related production facilities. The course is primarily intended for production and facilities engineers to enhance knowledge base, technology awareness and facility with different data analysis techniques that can be applied on large data sets. After completing the course, participants will have a set of tools and some pathways to analyze and manipulate their own data in the cloud, find trends, and develop data-driven models.

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