Thursday, 31 December 2009

Produced Water Treatment for Re-Injection January 19-21, 2010 at The Jayakarta Suite Hotel & Spa, Bandung, Indonesia


Dear Distinguished Professionals,

BTCO Training:

for Re-Injection
January 19-21, 2010 at The Jayakarta Suite Hotel & Spa, Bandung, Indonesia

Produced water is the largest single fluid stream in exploration and
production operations. It consists of formation water, or flood water
previously injected in to the formation. Generally, produced water may
be injected with minimal treatment. If the injected water contains
solids large enough to plug the formation, injectivity will decline.
Downhole solids contributing to plugging may include not only the
solids escaping filtration, but solids generated after water treatment
(eg corrosion, scale, and bacterial products). Consequently, stringent
corrosion inhibition, scale inhibition and bacterial control, as well
as filtration, may be required for matrix rate injection.
This course is designed as an effective practical shortcut to
understand produced water chemistry, the main water contaminants,
corrosion and bacterial problems, mineral scale formation, equipment
and pipeline plugging, injection well and formation plugging, the
method and operation of produced water treatment for reinjection, for
either surface operation engineers or subsurface petroleum engineers,
and anyone who involve in produced water handling, treatment, and
related business activity.
The course content and approach are designed to suit participants of
different background and different position in the company. It will be
delivered as a to-the-point explanation by a professional instructor,
utilizing an easy-to-understand examples and illustrations, especially
the actual cases in Indonesia.

By attending this course, participants are able to broaden or reshape
their knowledge on the related subjects of his or her area of
responsibility, learn more detail about many aspects of produced water
handling and reinjection, know more how to treat the water and control
corrosion, scaling, and bacterial action, understand how to select and
use chemicals for treatment and operation of each equipment used for
treatment, discuss and consult their specific problems they are about
to bring to the class, and share experiences with others.
After completion of this course, participants will understand what
produced water is and its fantastic devastating potential to surface
facility, well, and formation, how to predict and monitor its
characteristics, why and how to perform treatment before reinjection,
and how to control and prevent these big and serious problems caused
by produced water in the oil & gas field. Participants will know what
the minimum requirements for produced water before reinjection and
what to do to achieve that requirements.

The Chemistry and Analysis of Water and the Impurities Constituents
Characteristics of Produced Water, Formation Water, Surface and Sea Water
Suspended and Dissolved Material Parameters and Oil in Water Concentration
Surface Water, Sea Water and Produced Water Injection Examples and Case Studies
Sour Corrosion, Microbial Induced Corrosion and Mineral Scaling
Problems and Control Methods
Corrosion and Scale Prediction Methods, Calculation, Testing and the
related Standards
Water Quality for Injection and Produced Water Quality Rating Methods
Guidelines for Produced Water Reinjection
Methods and Equipment for Produced Water Treatment before Reinjection
and their Operations
Pressure Build-up and Confinement Problems and Solutions
Practical Application of Produced Water Treating Technology for
Land-based and Offshore Injection Operations
Reinjection Examples and Case Studies

This specially designed course will be conducted by *Hilman Ahmad &
Associates*, an Independent Consultant in industrial oil and gas,
member of the Society of Indonesian Petroleum Engineers, who manage
the Bandung Industrial Oil & Gas Education Center, and has been
practicing production operation and corrosion control engineering in
Indonesia for more than twenty-five years. He post-graduated from
Tokyo Institute of Technology (sponsored by UNESCO) in 1977. He joined
in-field-practice program at Nippon Kokan Steel Company & Research
Center Kawasaki, Japan for production facility design & construction
and corrosion prevention & control in 1983, and collaborated with
Cormon Industrial Research Center Brighton UK for on-line corrosion
monitoring development in 2000. He has been delivering training course
in production operation and maintenance and corrosion control for
personnel from Oil & Gas Company and Petrochemical Industry since

Registration Deadline: January 11, 2010

Fee includes the following:
- Three-day registration fee for all Training sessions;
- Lunch per day
- Daily coffee/tea breaks
- Integrated Quality Training Materials (SOFTCOPY AND HARDCOPY)
- Quality Training Kits,
- Convenient Training Facilites,
- Certifícate Of. Compleción

For additional course dates and locations
and registration please contact:
BTCO Marketing
SERUNI +62 817 9003 111

Office Complex 3rd Floor, Hotel Salak The Heritage
Jl. Ir. H. Juanda No. 8 Bogor, 16121
Ph: +62 251 8350400 ext.6789; 8330153
Fax: +62 251 8346940; 8353314; 8350800

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