This period has been devided into four seasons and covers the full scope of oil production engineering. It also includes step-by-step refinement calculations and computer-based spreadsheet programs.
The first part includes topics related to the principles of oil production engineering, experimental models for analyzing the production and operation of oil and natural gas wells. The second section provides the principles for designing and selecting the main components of oil production systems that include proper pipework, separation and dehydration of systems, Liquid pumps, gas compressors and pipelines for oil and gas transportation. The third section introduces artificial lift systems, such as pumping systems, electric floating pumps, and more. Part IV includes production enhancement techniques, including identifying wells, designing acidic jobs, guides on hydraulic failure and work evaluation techniques, and production optimization techniques. This training course is provided by OXFORD EDU in various countries.