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Public Training

The objective of a KAPPA course is to deliver practical training, the knowledge from which can be employed immediately in the commercial world. The training provides essential theoretical knowledge and then immediately concentrates on the real-world use of analysis.

Dynamic Data Analysis of reservoir data can be made at different scales in both time and space. The physics remains the same but the type of data, be it high-resolution pressure or low-resolution rate, and the scale, be it over minutes or years, near wellbore or full field, requires different analysis methods and tools.

All courses include applicable and relevant theory, data QAQC and then move to the practical analysis of data overlapping, where applicable, with other analysis methods.

The Foundation PTA/RTA course combines PTA and RTA analysis theory and practice. The Advanced PTA/RTA course builds on this knowledge by including more complex geometry, fluids and testing methods.

The Foundation PL course teaches the QAQC and analysis of conventional single and multiphase logs. The HPL (Horizontal PL) course covers the complexities of MPT (Multi-Probe Tools) such as the Schlumberger FSITM and the GE Sondex MAPSTM suite.

The Rubis Modeling and problem solving course deals with ‘what-ifs?’ and real life production issues such as coning, well placement and forecasting.

With the proliferation of unconventional resources the processing and analysis of multiple horizontal multifrac wells is covered in the URAP course.

In-house training

KAPPA trains hundreds of client engineers in their own offices, every year.The advantage of an in-house session is that specific issues of client data can be covered in a workshop environment. As our trainers are highly experienced practitioners this, in effect, provides simultaneous consulting and training.