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Surface Production System and Facilities

Surface Production System and Facilities

Melia Purosani Hotel Yogyakarta | April 5-8, 2010 | Rp. 7.250.000,-

Novotel Hotel, Batam | Jun 14-17, 2010 | Rp. 7.250.000,-


After joining in this course, the Participants will be able and capable to:

  • Understand the basic concept of oil and gas handling processes and facilities, and how to operate this technology in field application.
  • Diagnostic of oil and gas reservoir performance under actual drive mecanism and future performance with current handling processes.
  • Analyze the production potential of reservoir under with actual handling system processes and to plan the better development processes according to reservoir capacity.
  • Understand the fundamentals of microscopic and macroscopic aspects and phenomena of oil and gas handling processes.


  • No specified (Operator/Sr. Operator/Engineer or Non Engineer)


Gas Surface Production Operation and Equipments

  • Introduction to Gas Handling and Facilities
  • Gas Properties
    • Ideal gas
    • Real Gas
    • Gas Formation Volume Factor
    • Gas Compressibility
    • Gas-Water System
    • Gas-Condensate System
  • Gas Reservioir Performance
    • Reservoir Gas Flow
    • Gas Reserves
    • Well Completion Effect
    • Tight Gas Well
    • Gas Well Testing
  • Gas Piping System
    • Basic Flow Equation
    • Flow in Wells and Flow in Pipelines
    • Effect of Liquids
    • Use of Pressure Traverse Curve
    • Liquid Removal from Gas Wells
  • Gas Compression
    • Type of Compressors
    • Compressor Design
    • Centrifugal Compressor
  • Total System Analysis
    • Tubing and Flow Line Effect
    • Separator Pressure Effect
    • Compressor Selection
  • Flow Measuring
    • Orifice Metering
    • Metering System Design
    • Other Metering Methods
  • Gas Condensate Reservoir
    • Well Testing and Sampling
    • Gas Cycling
  • Field Operation Problems
    • Pressure Cumulative Production Plot
    • Hydrate Formation
    • Sour Gas Production
    • Corrosion Control With Inhibitors
    • Sulfur Deposition
  • Gas Processing
    • Field treatment of Natural Gas
    • Gas Plant Operation
    • Gas Dehydration
    • Gas Sweetening

Oil Surface Production Operation and Equipments

  • Oil Well Surface Production Equipment and Operation
    • Oil Well Equipment
    • Oil Well Production Operation
    • Well Automatic Safety Device
  • Oil Gathering System. Manifold and Flowline
    • Oil Gath ring System
    • Manifold e System
    • Flowline Sizing and Design
  • Crude Oil and Gas Separation
    • Separator and Principle of Separation
    • Design of Separator
    • Oil Dehydration
  • Principles of Measurement
    • Introduction to Measurement
    • Crude Oil Measurement
    • Gas Measurement
  • Well Test
    • Introduction
    • Responsibility for Test
    • Preparation for Test
    • Types of Well Test
    • Equipment and Procedures
    • Accuracy of Fluid Measurement
    • Problem in Testing
    • Type of Test
  • Artificial Lift Method
    • Gas Lift
    • Submersible Pump
    • Succker Rod Pump
  • Hydraulic Pump

Dr. Ir. Drs. Herianto, MSc.

Dr.Ir. Drs. Herianto, MSc was graduated from Petroleum Engineering Dept. of ITB and got his MSC/DIC in Reservoir Engineering from Dept. Geology Imperial College (ICST) London at 1973.He has worked for about 36 years as lecturer at ITB and currently as Chairman of Dept. Oil and Gas ITSB Bandung, active as lecturer, he is also active as consultant for pipelines in Migas sector and  has  designed about 100 gas lift wells in Reservoir, Drilling, Production Operations and NGL.  He also designed Jet Pump for Kalimantan and also worked to supervise ESP and horisontal drilling for ZU and B structures and studied the reservoir in the areas.


  • April 5-8, 2010
  • Jun 14-17, 2010

4 days


  • Melia Purosani Hotel Yogyakarta (April 5-8, 2010)
  • Novotel Hotel, Batam (Jun 14-17, 2010)

Tuition Fee

Rp. 7.250.000,- per participant, excluding accommodation & tax.

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