EKT Interactive President Marty Stetzer is off to San Antonio to deliver this one day “Welcome to Wellsite and Field Production Operations” course.
This course will cover all aspect of site selection, drilling, well completions and production at very high levels.
By learning the history of the industry and how the industry developed participants will be able to communicate in a more effective way with respect to understanding how the building blocks come together and the jargon that goes with it.
At the end of this course participants will be able to:
- Identify the hazards associated with Site Selection
- Explain who’s usually in charge of Site Preparation
- Explain the rigging-up process
- State how to identify each of the four operations that can be underway during well completion
- Describe the activities and equipment at a producing wellsite
- List the hazards associated with producing wells
- State how the well owner could be contacted in the event his wellsite appears to need service
Improving the Public Conversation
The course is the kickoff session to the SPE/AAPL Enhancing the Community Conversation From Acquisition Through Production Workshop.
From the workshop description:
Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) and American Association of Professional Landmen (AAPL) have designed this workshop to bring together landmen, operators, and service companies to discuss issues that range from obtaining the mineral rights through to the drilling, completion and production of these mineral rights, and their effect on communities.
Both societies understand and support the need for proper public education. Education contributes to a positive presence for the industry within communities. This workshop plans to address the tools needed for all of these roles to successfully work together within the communities, and position any exploration and development in a transparent and positive matter.
We look forward to participating in this event, and will be sure to pass on our favorite lessons.
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