Petroleum Thermal EOR
Production Gauging Principles & Methods
offers open-enrollment and on-site
production gauging courses.
The course description and link to
outlines are provided below.
are interested in this course, please call us at
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Production Gauging Principles & Methods 1-day Tutorial
University of Phoenix*
4900 California Ave
Bakersfield, CA 93309
Includes comprehensive course book, lunch and refreshments during class.
This one-day professional short course covers basic well gauging principles and methods used to monitor
heavy oil production from steamflood or cyclic steam projects. A
comprehensive review of AWT fundamentals, including phase separation
efficiency, water cut measurement, flow rate measurement, and assessment
of gauging accuracy is presented along with guidelines for establishing
the appropriate gauging frequency and duration for improved monitoring
of steamflood and cyclic steam producers.
is designed for facility, production and reservoir engineers currently
responsible for the design, implementation, operation and management of
steamflood or cyclic steam projects. However, the contents of this course
will also benefit other technical personnel involved in the operation and
management of steamflood or cyclic steam producers.
* University of Phoenix is a trade name and registered trademark of
the Apollo Group, Inc. Its use herein by Integrated Sciences Group, to
identify the event location is not intended to imply affiliation with,
sponsorship or endorsement of the event by University of Phoenix or
Apollo Group, Inc.
Castrup has over thirty-five years of experience in heavy oil recovery and is currently Vice
President of Integrated Sciences Group. Since joining Integrated
Sciences Group, she has developed several measurement science and
petroleum engineering courses and provided engineering consulting
services for monitoring and optimizing heavy oil projects in California,
Canada and the Middle East. Prior to joining
Integrated Sciences Group, Ms. Castrup was Technical Advisor for Thermally
Enhanced Oil Recovery in Chevron’s Western Basins Group providing in-house consultation on all aspects of steamflood and cyclic steam project design,
implementation and evaluation. She was also a Production/Reservoir
Engineer, managing both cyclic steam stimulation and steamflood projects
in several heavy oil properties in the San Joaquin Valley, and spent
eleven years as a Research Engineer at Chevron Oil Field Research
Center. She has published numerous technical papers and holds several
patents relating to heavy oil recovery.
She is a recipient of the
2007 SPE International Award for distinguished contributions to petroleum
engineering projects, facilities and construction. Click
Here for a list of professional accomplishments.
Mr. Charlie Webb has
over thirty-five years of facilities and production engineering experience
working on various Chevron heavy oil projects in the San Joaquin Valley,
including thirty-three years with Chevron.
During his tenure with Chevron, he managed the 1Y Antelope cyclic steam optimization project in the Cymric field
and oversaw efforts to improve the accuracy of well gauging facilities.
He is a recipient of the 2009 SPE International Award for distinguished
contributions to petroleum engineering projects, facilities and
construction. Mr. Webb is currently a consultant with Golden Trout