Employees of PJSC «NK» Rosneft» and PJSC «Surgutneftegas» started training at IGPT KFUAleksei Stepanov
Employees of the Tyumen Oil Research Center, TomskNIPIneft (research and design institutes of PJSC NK Rosneft) and SurgutNIPIneft (research institute of PJSC Surgutneftegaz) began training at the Center for Advanced Training, Quality Management and Marketing of the Institute of Geology and Petroleum Technologies of the Kazan Federal University.
Over the course of five days, listeners will improve their qualifications according to the following programs: «Carbonate Reservoirs: Formation Conditions, Methods of Study, Reservoir Structure», «Study of Domanik deposits» and «Petrophysics and geophysics in petroleum geology».
“Two programs will be held in person at the Institute of Geology and Petroleum Technologies, and one will be held remotely, in the form of webinars. It is gratifying that our long-standing partners and customers, PJSC NK Rosneft and PJSC Surgutneftegaz, choose our Center, even at such a difficult time, they find ways of interaction and are already setting us goals for 2021. By the way, our schedule for 2021 has already been formed and is available both online and for download on our website cdogeo.ru, ”said Ildus Chukmarov, Director of CATQMM.
During lectures on the program «Carbonate Reservoirs: Formation Conditions, Methods of Study, Reservoir Structure«, students will gain knowledge about methods of studying carbonate rocks, sedimentogenesis and lithogenesis of carbonate deposits, study approaches to the interpretation of well data from carbonate reservoirs, as well as the structure of carbonate platforms, which can be determined from the use of seismic surveys. And in the course of practical exercises, the course attendees will study core material and thin sections, they will work in a computed tomography laboratory, study the internal structures of core samples and conduct seismic stratigraphic interpretation.
The program «Study of Domanik deposits» is aimed at a detailed study of the lithological features of Domanik deposits. The program will consider topics such as organic matter of Domanik deposits, the current state of research, geochemistry. Most of the course is devoted to modeling oil and gas systems, as well as laboratory methods for modeling thermocatalytic effects on samples of Domanik deposits. The practical part includes visiting laboratories for studying the substance of Domanik deposits and working with a basin model of the structure of Domanik deposits.
The program «Petrophysics and geophysics in petroleum geology«, which is being implemented remotely this week, examines in detail the petrophysical properties of rocks. During the course, attendees will gain knowledge about the main types of sedimentary rocks of oil and gas complexes, modern methods and tools for core research, such as computed tomography (digital core), a triaxial compression unit for determining the geomechanical properties of rocks, geochemical studies of the rock matrix and the surrounding fluid. The educational program examines in detail seismic techniques in petroleum geology, in particular chapters such as seismic data processing, an introduction to seismic interpretation, an introduction to seismic stratigraphy.
Next week, for the first time in the history of the implementation of additional professional education programs, KFU will launch a distance learning project for the employees of Inchukalns Underground Gas Storage JSC “Conexus Baltic Grid” (Latvia) under the program “Oil and gas wells workover and well servicing” adapted for underground gas storage facilities.