Decommissioning, and well plugging and abandonment are fundamental operations structured at different project management, supply chain, regulatory and stakeholder levels. Oil, Gas and Petrochemical personnel today require a thorough understanding of all aspects of both the planning and actual removal, disposal and execution of decommissioning, and well plugging and abandonment operations.
PetroKnowledge Decommissioning and well abandonment training courses have been designed by world class subject matter experts targeting Oil and Gas Operators key management, Project personnel (asset management, operations, subsea, commercial), Lead and project engineers (marine, structural, HSE, environment, structural, subsea, maintenance), Well engineers and operations practitioners, Supply chain management personnel, Key Regulatory personnel, and representatives of regulators, government agencies, global administrators, insurance companies, and environmental and conservational groups.
These essential training courses are scheduled in Dubai, Houston and many other leading cities in oil, natural gas, petrochemical, offshore and onshore operations, and oilfield equipment and supply centers. They can not only be delivered as public courses but can be tailored and conducted on an In-House basis at a time or location to suit your companies training needs.
PetroKnowledge’s array of training courses cover the key components of decommissioning, Regulatory issues, Decommissioning strategies, End of field life, Cost Analysis of Plug and Abandonment Operations, Planning and execution of abandonment of Oil and Gas wells, Comparative assessments, decommissioning sub-sea infrastructure, decommissioning and well abandonment data analytics, Removal/disposal and recycling of facilities and closeout.
For the complete list of the Decommissioning, Plugging and Abandonment Training Courses offered by PetroKnowledge, please browse below:
|Course & Seminar List|
|Cost Analysis of Plug and Abandonment Operations|
|Plugging and Abandonment of Oil & Gas Wells|
|Decommissioning of Offshore Installations|