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Integrated Weeks
a definition
An IW is a week-long course that blends into a university
syllabus and ends with an exam.

One or two TPA professors run these IWs. They last at least
3/4 half-days, depending on the subject, i.e. 15 to 25 hours
in the classroom.

Students are given a certificate stating their exam result.

an original contribution to Universities Curriculums


A practical angle to complement theoretical input.

Lectures based on professional expertise, transmitted


through practical case studies.

Lectures delivered worldwide into the Universities by TPA


professors.

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Table of contents

Exploration & Production -


Gas, Renewables & Power page 7

Refining & Chemicals page 142

Marketing & Services - New Energies page 164

Transversal Activities page 170

Cours en Franais page 202

All the lectures are described in English. Some of them can also
be given in others languages (see forms).
Tous les cours sont donns en anglais. Certains dentre eux
peuvent galement tre donns dans dautres langues (voir les
fiches).

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Exploration & Production
Gas, Renewables & Power

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Exploration & Production
Gas, Renewables & Power
COURSES TEACHERS PAGE

SEISMICS - GEOLOGY - RESERVOIR


Seismic Geomorphology 2D/3D J. CAMY-PEYRET 17

Managing 3-D Seismic Surveys A. CHAOUCH 18

Hydrocarbon Exploration Through Seismic Techniques A. CHAOUCH 19

Fundamentals Of Seismic Data Processing A. CHAOUCH 20

Fundamentals Of Seismic Acquisition and Processing A. CHAOUCH 21

Principles of 3D seismic interpretation and applications D. AMILHON 22

Structural Interpretation of Seismic Data C. CHOMAT and J-M. FLAMENT 23

Seismics in Petroleum Exploration C. CHOMAT or G. MAGNIEN or A. BANNA 24

Petroleum Geostatistics O. DUBRULE 25

Imaging the Subsurface: An Introduction to Reflexion Seismic E. ROBEIN 26

Practical Approach of Hydrocarbons Play Geometries J-P. DURAND 27

Structural Interpretation in Petroleum Exploration J-M. FLAMENT 28

Reservoir Geology and/or Log Analysis M. MILLE 29

Well Log Analysis M. MILLE 30

From Discovery to Certification of Oil and Gas Reserves M. MILLE 31

Prospect Evaluation in Oil and Gas Exploration J. MOUILLAC or B. FOURCADE 32

Petroleum Exploration Challenges C. CHOMAT or J. MOUILLAC 33

J. MOUILLAC or B. FOURCADE and C. CHOMAT or


Petroleum Geology and Seismics G. MAGNIEN or A. BANNA
34

Oil & Gas Exploration Process & Techniques C. CHOMAT 35

Geological Reservoir Modeling L. DE WALQUE 36

Mineral Geochemistry - Causes and Consequences J-C. LACHARPAGNE 37

Mineral & Organic Geochemistry J-C. LACHARPAGNE and D. DESSORT 38

Introduction to Petroleum Geochemistry D. DESSORT 39

Pressures, Seals and Traps J-J. BITEAU 40

Reservoir Engineering and Simulation B. LEBON 41

Reservoir Engineering Fundamentals E. MOREAU or G. GLOTIN 42


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Reservoir Evaluation Field Case E. MOREAU 43

Reservoir Drive Mechanisms E. MOREAU or G. GLOTIN 44

Reservoir Flow Simulation E. MOREAU 45

Reservoir Risk & Uncertainty E. MOREAU 46

Oil & Gas Recovery and Field Development E. MOREAU or G. GLOTIN 47

Fractured Reservoirs E. MOREAU 48

Well Test Analysis E. MOREAU or G. GLOTIN 49

Petrophysics : Core Analysis-Laboratory Measurement E. MOREAU or G. GLOTIN 50

Integrated reservoir studies and Field Development E. MOREAU or G. GLOTIN 51

Oil & Gas Field Development C. BADETZ 52

Introduction to Reservoir Geosciences D. FRANCOIS 53

Petroleum Geology M. GAILLARD 54

Remote Sensing and Spatial Techniques applied to Geosciences JP. XAVIER 55

ONSHORE/OFFSHORE - DRILLING ACTIVITIES & TECHNIQUES


Drilling Activities and Techniques J. BERA and/or A. GRYNKO 59

Offshore Drilling: Techniques and Activities J. BERA and/or A. GRYNKO 60

Well Activities including Well Completion and Servicing J. BERA and/or A. GRYNKO 61

EXTRA HEAVY OIL PRODUCTION


Extra Heavy Crude Production D. DUMAS 65

OFFSHORE - STRUCTURES & PIPELINES


Conventional Offshore Pipelines A. LEPAGE/M. FOUTEAU / A.QUENELLE/J-M. DUMAY 69

Conventional Offshore Structures A. LEPAGE/M. FOUTEAU / A. QUENELLE/J-M. DUMAY 70

Conventional Offshore Structures and Pipelines A. LEPAGE/M. FOUTEAU / A. QUENELLE/J-M. DUMAY 71

Conventional Offshore Facilities P. JOSSE/A. QUENELLE 72

Conventional and Deep Offshore: Pipelines A. LEPAGE/M. FOUTEAU / A. QUENELLE/J-M. DUMAY 73

Conventional and Deep Offshore: Structures A. LEPAGE/M. FOUTEAU /A. QUENELLE/J-M. DUMAY 74

Deep Offshore Pipelines A. LEPAGE or A. QUENELLE or J-M. DUMAY 75

Deep Offshore Structures A. LEPAGE or A. QUENELLE or J-M. DUMAY 76


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Deep Offshore Structures and Pipelines A. LEPAGE or A. QUENELLE or J-M. DUMAY 77

Offshore Structures: Challenges - Problems A. QUENELLE 78

Offshore Structures Design M. FOUTEAU 79

Deep Water Subsea Systems O. ROCHE 80

Steel Materials for Offshore Structures and Pipelines R. METZ 81

82
Arctic Structures A. QUENELLE

OIL FIELD DEVELOPMENT


Oi l Field Development - An integrated Approach

Oil field Development - An integrated Approach M. MILLE/J. BERA or A. GRYNKO/E.MOREAU 86

Offshore Field Development

Introduction to Oil & Gas Production & Development E. de MERVILLE 87

Fundamentals on O & G Exploration & Production E. JOLY or B. FOURCADE 88

Subsea Developments in Deep Water J-M. DUMAY 89

Offshore Field Development Concepts and Facilities J-L. IDELOVICI 90

Offshore Field Development and Facilities D. SAINCRY 91

Offshore Field Development Process, Concepts and Facilities D. SAINCRY 92

FPSO for Deep Sea Development F. SAINT-MARTIN 93

FPSO Deep offshore Oil Terminal F. SAINT-MARTIN 94

CORROSION
Corrosion and its Control in Oil & Gas Production Y. GUNALTUN 98

Corrosion Control In Oil & Gas Industry A. GUYOT 99

PROJECT MANAGEMENT
Oil & Gas Project Management M. FOUTEAU 102

Development Projects G. FERNET 103

Oil & Gas Field Development - Project Management E. de MERVILLE 104

Project Management M. DUCROS or A. LEPAGE or P. PERSILLON or C. PLACINES 105

Project Management in Oil & Gas E&P O. GOURAUD 106

Oil & Gas


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Oil & Gas Project Management R. PELLEAU 108

Large Joint Venture Industrial Projects H-D. LEGER 109

LNG
Natural Gas, LNG, Unconventional Gas E. de MERVILLE 112

Gas and LNG C. PECH and M. DUCROS 113

Natural Gas and LNG P. BARBALAT 114

HEALTH - SAFETY - ENVIRONMENT (HSE)


Reliability, Modelling and Calculation of Safety Systems J-P. SIGNORET 118

Production Availability Studies J-P. SIGNORET 119

4HSE Fundamentals V. TORRESI 120

Great Industrial Sites Restitution S. VIVET 121

Safety Engineering V. TORRESI or B. COTE 122

Health Safety Security Environment & Sustainable Development


123
Fundamentals L. HEUZE

OIL & GAS - CONTRACTS LAW


Oil & Gas Exploration & Production Contracts J-E. BLUMEREAU 126

Patrimonial and Development contracts in the Oil & Gas J-E. BLUMEREAU and G. FERNET 127

Development Contracts : a practical approach G. FERNET 128

Oil and Gas Law D. SCHLUMBERGER 129

OIL & GAS ECONOMICS


Oil and Natural Gas Economics P-R. BAUQUIS or I. SEJOURNE 132

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OIL & GAS ECONOMICS


Technical & Financial Risks Management C. GUERITTE 133

Investment Decision Process & Petroleum & Energy Economics C. GUERITTE 134

Oil & Gas and Energy Global Issues C. GUERITTE 135

Financial and Management Assets Accounting in Major Oil & Gas


136
Companies T. TOCK

Organization Of Industrial Companies / Governance-Internal


137
Control Over Operations Performance Appraisal of Line Managers T. TOCK

OIL & GAS TELECOMMUNICATIONS


Telecommunications B. VO VAN 140

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Integrated Weeks
SEISMICS
GEOLOGY
RESERVOIR

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2D/3D SEISMIC GEOMORPHOLOGY

Professor:

Day 1 INTRODUCTION AND METHODOLOGY

Jacqueline CAMY-PEYRET

CV available on www.totalprof.com

Objectives:
Even if the discipline is in its infancy, seismic
geomorphology is a key that both PROCESSES*
explorationists and production geologists
rapidly acquire the minimum background. To Day 2
optimize their 3D seismic interpretations and *Not explored in this course
extract the maximum of geological
information, the course includes lectures and
practical applications.

Who should attend:


Students Master II

Prerequisites: SILICOCLASTICS SETTINGS


Geology: 1 Continental
Sequence stratigraphy Day 3 2 Coastal, deltaic & shelf
Sedimentology 3 Deep water
Seismic interpretation (bases) 4 Other

Duration:
5 days

Language: CARBONATE SETTINGS


1 General
French
2 Ramps
English
3 Stromatolites
Spanish
Day 4 4 Attached platforms
Handouts: 5 Isolated platforms
6 Deep water
Practical applications
7 Karsts, hydrothermal
8 Chalk

Day 5 CONCLUSIONS

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MANAGING 3-D SEISMIC SURVEYS

Professor:
3-D PROJECT MANAGEMENT
Definition of a 3-D survey
3-D sampling versus 2-D
Benefits of 3-D data
Day 1 Planning of 3-D work
Overview of hydrocarbon exploration
Scope of a 3-D survey; justification and objectives
Abdelkader CHAOUCH
Exercises and case study
CV available on www.totalprof.com

Objectives: 3-D TERMINOLOGY


Geophysical definition of a 3-D
Obviously 3-D seismic data brought to the oil
Common terms with 2-D seismic
and gas industry many benefits in terms of
Specific terms for 3-D seismic
better definition of the structural,
stratigraphic and reservoir models, as aid for Day 2 Bin - Template - Move up - Swath
Anatomy of a 3-D shot point
horizontal drilling and side tracks and in the
3-D data volume
elaboration of development strategies.
Participants will learn how to successfully plan
Exercises and case study
a 3-D seismic surveys using wave propagation
theory.

Who should attend: EVALUATION OF A 3-D SURVEY (Part I)


Students in geology and geophysics Objectives and steps of survey evaluation
Students in reservoir engineering Documents to be gathered for the evaluation
Students in petroleum and production Evaluation of geophysical parameters
engineering Day 3 Imaging parameters: Fold - Resolution - Sampling
All students dedicated to oil and gas industry Migration aperture
who want to understand how the 3-D seismic Edge parameters
technique can help them in their future work Exercises and case study

Prerequisites:
The course is dictated in English and good
EVALUATION OF A 3-D SURVEY (Part II)
understanding of this language is required.
The 3 areas to be considered in 3-D surveys
All participants must have good knowledge in
Area needed for interpretation
2-D seismic technique
Area needed for processing
Duration: Day 4 Surface area to be acquired
Geometrical parameters
5 days of a duration of 4 hours per day are
Recording parameters
recommended

Language: Exercises and case study


English
French DESIGN ELABORATION
Definition of a design and related software
Handouts: Land and marine designs
Print-out of selected slides with 4 slides per Standard lay-out: orthogonal and non-orthogonal
pages. No digital files will be provided Design strategy
Day 5 Bin analysis
Selection of final design

Exercises and case study


Exam

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HYDROCARBON EXPLORATION
THROUGH SEISMIC TECHNIQUES
Professor:
INTRODUCTION TO HYDROCARBON EXPLORATION
Genesis of hydrocarbon
Where to find hydrocarbon?
Sedimentary basins
Day 1 Exploration strategy
Exploration and production phases
Resources and reserves
Abdelkader CHAOUCH
Exercises
CV available on www.totalprof.com

Objectives: FOUNDATIONS OF SEISMIC TECHNIQUES


Wavefront and rays
In hydrocarbon exploration seismic techniques
Wavefront at an interface
became the most important tools for
Coefficients at an interface
improving geological models either in
structural or in stratigraphic aspects. They also Day 2 Wave propagation in a stratified medium
Anatomy of a shot point
provide access to better reservoir
2-D and 3-D Seismic data
characterisation for improving recovery.
The course is an overview of hydrocarbon
Exercises
exploration starting with the petroleum
system, going through seismic foundations
then understanding shot point image and INTRODUCTION TO SEISMIC INTERPRETATION
going to structural and stratigraphy Final product of seismic processing
interpretation. Starting interpretation
Well data
Who should attend: Procedure of seismic calibration
Students in geology and geophysics Day 3 Tying loops
Students in reservoir engineering Posting and contouring
Students in petroleum and production Maps
engineering
All students dedicated to oil and gas industry Exercises
who want to understand where seismic data
came from and how they are interpreted to
STRUCTURAL INTERPRETATION
extract valuable information that can help
Extensional regime
them in their future activities
Faults in extensional regime
Prerequisites: Main types of faults
The course is dictated in English and good Day 4 Compressional regime
Faults in compressional regime
understanding of this language is required.
Main types of reverse faults
Basic knowledge in geophysics are
recommended
Exercises
Duration:
5 days of a duration of 4 hours per day are
recommended STRATIGRAPHIC INTERPRETATION
Shoreline migration
Language: Seismic sequence
English Geometrical relationships
French Day 5 Interval filling configurations
Progradations
Handouts:
Print-out of selected slides with 4 slides per Exercises
pages. No digital files will be provided Exam

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FUNDAMENTALS OF
SEISMIC DATA PROCESSING
Professor: FUNDAMENTALS OF SEISMIC REFLECTION
Principles of seismic methods
Propagation in a stratified medium
The shot point domain
Equation of direct waves, refracted waves and reflected
Day 1 waves in the (X,T) plane
Diffracted waves
Anatomy of a shot point
Abdelkader CHAOUCH
Exercises
CV available on www.totalprof.com
SIZE OF DATA AND PROCESSING TECHNOLOGY
Objectives: Size of data: a 3-D example
Participants will learn fundamental concepts Computation complexity
of data processing and the different processes Conventional and modern processing
that allow to transform shot point data to Key components of data processing
seismic pictures ready for interpretation Day 2
To do that we have to understand where the CONVOLUTIONAL MODEL OF THE EARTH
seismic trace came from at how we can Geological models of the earth
quantify mathematically this trace. Genesis of the seismic trace
Processing techniques will be passed in review
putting emphasis on main parameters that
have to be investigated in each step of the Exercises
processing PRINCIPLES OF SEISMIC DATA PROCESSING
Un-migrated seismic sections have many General expression of the seismic trace
uncertainties that have to be corrected by
Objectives of the processing
migration. Migration can be done post stack or
pre-stack, in time or depth. These different Estimation of the reflectivity log
techniques will be briefly presented Standard processing sequence
Day 3
Who should attend: DECONVOLUTION
Students in geology and geophysics Purpose of deconvolution
Students in reservoir engineering Spiking deconvolution
Students in petroleum and production Predictive deconvolution
engineering Results of deconvolution
All students dedicated to oil and gas industry
who want to understand how seismic data are
Exercises
elaborated and what this data can bring to
their future activities VELOCITY ANALYSIS AND STACKING
Seismic velocity in data processing
Prerequisites: NMO correction
The course is dictated in English and good Day 4 Velocity analysis in practice
understanding of this language is required. Seismic velocities derived from processing
All participants must have good knowledge in Inaccuracy of the stack section
2-D seismic technique
Exercises
Duration:
5 days of a duration of 4 hours per day are SEISMIC IMAGING BY MIGRATION
recommended Migration principles
Effects of migration
Language: Criteria of migration type selection
English Post-stack migration
French Day 5 Pre-stack migration
Depth migration
Handouts:
Print-out of selected slides with four slides per Exercises
pages. No digital files will be provided Exam

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FUNDAMENTALS OF
SEISMIC ACQUISITION AND
PROCESSING
Professor: A - Fundamentals of seismic reflection
Principles of seismic methods
Wavefront at an interface
Propagation in stratified medium
Diffracted waves
Day 1 B Principles of 2-D technique
Acquisition environments
Principle of land acquisition
Field lay-outs
Anatomy of a shotpoint
Abdelkader CHAOUCH
Concept of CMP
Fold of coverage
CV available on www.totalprof.com
C Land operation
Objectives: Mobilisation of the field unit
Audits
After the course, attendees will be able to Field operations
analyse shot data in land and marine Demobilisation
environments, to understand field operations
Day 2 D Main land seismic sources
of seismic surveys, to differentiate between 2- Acquisition equipment
Vibrators
D and 3-D surveys, to evaluate the
Explosives
mathematical concepts of the seismic trace, to
describe main steps of seismic data processing
E Line equipment
leading to migrated 2-D seismic lines and 3-D Cable and cableless surveys
volumes 1C and 3C Geophones
Cables and boxes
Who should attend: Recording instrument
Radio equipment
Junior geophysicists who want to refresh their
seismic knowledge Geologists who want to
Day 3 F 3-D Technique
Why 3-D
know where seismic data, they interpret, Geometrical parameters
came from Petroleum Engineers who want Operations parameters
Fold of coverage
to know what the seismic technique can bring 3-D data
to their day by day work, bachelors and first 3-D areas to be considered
year of master students and petroleum
engineering schools
G Convolutional model of the earth
Attributes of seismic data
Prerequisites: Geological model
No particular prerequisites are necessary. Genesis of a seismic trace
However, it is recommended to have some General expression of seismic trace
general knowledge on wave propagation H Deconvolution
Purposes of deconvolution
Day 4 Deconvolution in practice
Duration: Classes of deconvolution
Recommended duration 5 days of 4 hours a Spiking deconvolution
day. However, the course can be shortened to Predictive deconvolution
Zero-phase deconvolution
3 days if needed Results of deconvolution

Language: I Velocity analysis and stacking


English Seismic velocity
French NMO correction
Spanish Velocity analysis in practice
RMS velocity
NMO velocity
Handouts: Dix formulae
Print-out of selected slides with four slides per Day 5 Result of stacking
page J Seismic imaging
Migration principles
No digital files will be provided
Horizontal and vertical displacements
Migration considerations
Migration selection
Migration results

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PRINCIPLES OF 3D SEISMIC INTERPRETATION
AND APPLICATIONS

Professor: 1. INTRODUCTION
o Course overview. Seismic applications at the different scales
of oil and gas E&P
2. 3D SEISMIC ACQUISITION
o Fundamentals of acoustic waves propagation
Day 1 o Characteristics and limitations of acquisition systems in
marine and land domains; consequences on interpretation
3. 3D SEISMIC PROCESSING
Dominique Amilhon
o Description of standard processing sequence
o Migrations: post-stack and pre-stack, in time and depth
domains. Interpreter's implication. Anisotropy.
CV available on www.totalprof.com

4. ESSENTIAL FIRST STEPS: WELL TIE and CALIBRATION


o Initial review of footprints, wavelet, resolution
Objectives: o Seismic tie to well data in time and in depth domains. Check-
This course delivers techniques related to shots, synthetic seismograms, VSP. Inversion
practical analysis and interpretation of 3D o Other calibration means
seismic. It is centered on the practice of Day 2 5. HORIZONS AND FAULTS PICKING
structural and stratigraphical interpretation in o Techniques and tools for horizons and faults
various geological environments, and to the o Review and applications of various attributes
contribution of 3D seismic interpretation at o Pitfalls
different stages of exploration, appraisal and o Field examples and hands-on exercises
development for the enhancement of
hydrocarbons recovery 6. STRUCTURAL AND STRATIGRAPHIC INTERPRETATION
o Structural interpretation, with emphasis on compressive and
Who should attend: gravity tectonics
This course will be most beneficial to
o Seismic stratigraphy, with emphasis on deltaic environment
geophysicists, geologists, reservoir engineers,
and drilling engineers with some experience as Day 3 o Specific environments: carbonates, salt tectonics
7. DEPTH CONVERSION, GRIDDING AND MAPPING
professionals. It can be adapted to students in
o Velocity and depth conversion: choice of model
the same domains
o Gridding: use of kriging method. Seismic map to well tie
Prerequisites: o Mapping
Basic knowledge in geophysics, wave
propagation theory, and earth science 8. DIRECT HYDROCARBON INDICATORS (DHIs)
o Fluid effects on full stack cubes: on polarity and amplitudes
Duration: o Fluid effects versus angle (AVO): principle and applications
5 half days
o Tools to be used
Language: Day 4 o Pitfalls. Review of examples. Quiz
9. 3-D INTERPRETATION FOR RESERVOIR MANAGEMENT
English
French o Drilling: geo-hazards, abnormal pressures prediction.
Spanish o Appraisal: delineation, reservoir modeling
o Development: geosteering, time-lapse seismic monitoring
Handouts:
Print-out of selected slides
10. OTHER METHODS
o 3 components method. Review of some application
cases
o 4D seismic
Day 5 o Passive seismic for unconventional resources.
11. CASES STUDIES AROUND THE WORLD
o Review of 3D and 4D successful applications worldwide
o Lessons learnt by selected historical failure cases
12. CONCLUSION

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STRUCTURAL INTERPRETATION
OF SEISMIC DATA
Professors: A. INTRODUCTION: ENERGY THE GLOBAL PICTURE
Past, present and future of the fossil energy
B. SEISMIC PRINCIPLES
Seismic experiment, layer cake, velocities
C. SEISMIC ACQUISITION
Land and marine acquisition, shot points, CDP, multiple
fold, alternative designs
Day 1 D. Structural Geology and Tectonics: basics
Christian CHOMAT Jean-Paul XAVIER Jean-Marie FLAMENT Data & scales, observation & interpretation, strain & stress,
tectonic regimes...
CVs available on www.totalprof.com E. EARTH STRUCTURE AND PLATE TECTONICS
F. EXTENSION
Objectives: Geometry and mechanism, fault types, impact of
The primary objective is to review the detachment levels, inheritance from basement
fundamentals of the structural interpretation Slides & exercises
of the seismic data with emphasis on industry G. SEISMIC PROCESSING
applications and seismic interpretation. Objectives, seismic trace, processing sequences,
The course consists of the integration within a deconvolution, multiples, stack & velocities, migration,
week, of two complementary courses with enhancing imaging
two professors. H. WELLS & SEISMICS
Refer to individual course sheets: Seismic to wells tie, synthetic seismograms, VSP
Structural Interpretation in Petroleum I. SEISMIC INTERPRETATION
Exploration by Jean -Marie Flament Day 2 Structural, lithology, seis-strat, fluids and direct
Seismics in Petroleum Exploration hydrocarbon indicators, inversion and modelling, SEISMIC
by Christian Chomat ATTRIBUTES, 4D
J. DEPTH CONVERSION AND MAPPING
Who should attend: Velocities, hand & computer mapping
Bachelor/Master Students in Geology, K. INTERPRETATION EXERCISE ON PAPER
Geophysics or Petroleum Engineering Salt tectonics: pre-salt and diapirs (half a day)
Slides & exercises
Prerequisites:
Basic knowledge of Geology L. INTERPRETATION EXERCISE ON PAPER
Day 3 Salt tectonics: pre-salt and diapirs (full day)
Good understanding of English
M. RIFTS AND PASSIVE MARGINS
Duration: Rifts, mechanism & geometry, passive margins types &
5 full days (morning and afternoon sessions) geometry, impact for petroleum exploration
2 sessions/day (3 hrs/session) N. COMPRESSION
Total around 30 hrs Geometry & mechanism, folded & thrusted structures,
The programme can be customized to meet tectonics & sedimentation
different timing and/or students needs O. STRIKE-SLIP
Language: Day 4 Classification, associated structures
P. GRAVITY TECTONICS
English Mechanism, structural expression and parameters
French Impact for petroleum exploration
Spanish Q. INVERSION
Positive & negative, impact for the petroleum system
Handouts: R. SEISMIC & GEOLOGY QUIZ
Slides and handouts in English Slides & exercises
Two course booklets (geology and seismics) of
most representative slides (4 slides per page, S. STRUCTURAL INTERPRETATION
about 100 pages each) Skills & methodology, additional exercises
One seismic exercise booklet Day 5 T. QUIZ CORRECTION
Warning: no digital copy provided due to U. CERTIFICATE CEREMONY
confidentiality data constraints Slides & exercises

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SEISMICS IN PETROLEUM EXPLORATION

Professors: A. INTRODUCTION: ENERGY THE GLOBAL PICTURE


Production, consumption, reserves and prospective
Oil prices, national and international oil Companies
B. PETROLEUM SYSTEM
Day 1 Source rocks, maturation, migration
Reservoirs and seals

Slides & exercises


Christian CHOMAT Gilles MAGNIEN Adel BANNA

CVs available on www.totalprof.com C. SEISMIC PRINCIPLES


The seismic experiment
Objectives: The layer cake case, velocities
The seismic lectures are a comprehensive D. SEISMIC ACQUISITION
standalone course in seismics which can be Land & marine acquisition
given as such or as an integral part of the more Shotpoints, CDP and multiple fold
comprehensive courses in: Day 2 E. SEISMIC PROCESSING
- Petroleum geology and seismics Objectives, the seismic trace
- Structural interpretation in petroleum Basic processing sequence & pre-processing
exploration run respectively with professors Deconvolution, multiples, stack & velocities
J. Mouillac and J. M. Flament within a full week Migration & enhancing imaging
The objective of the course is to review the
fundamentals of the reflection seismic method Slides & exercises
with emphasis on industry applications and
seismic interpretation. F. WELLS AND SEISMIC
Logs, seismic to well tie, VSP
Who should attend: G. STRUCTURAL INTERPRETATION
Bachelor/Master students in geology, Objectives
geophysics or petroleum engineering Day 3 Structural interpretation in different tectonics domains
From time to depth, 3D interpretation
Prerequisites:
Basic knowledge of sedimentary geology Slides & exercises, movies
Good understanding of English

Duration: H. TRAPS
5 days x 3 hours Traps types & classification
The programme can be customized to meet Structural stratigraphic & diagenetic traps
different timing and/or Student levels Mixed traps & limitations
I. DEPTH CONVERSION & MAPPING
Language: Velocities, hand & computer mapping
English J. STRATIGRAPHIC INTERPRETATION
French
Day 4 Lithology, seismic stratigraphy
Spanish (only by Mr Chomat) Fluids and direct hydrocarbons indicators
Inversion and modelling, seismic attributes
Handouts: 4D seismic
Slides and handouts in English K. QUIZ & EVALUATION
One course booklet of most representative
slides (6 slides per page, 100 pages) Slides & exercices
One exercise booklet
Warning: no electronic copy provided and
small size due to confidentiality constraints L. SISMAGE MOVIE
Day 5 M. QUIZ CORRECTION
N. CERTIFICATE CEREMONY

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PETROLEUM GEOSTATISTICS

Professor: MODULE 1: CONTINUOUS RANDOM VARIABLES

Mean and Variance


The Gaussian Distribution
Day 1 Monte-Carlo Simulation
Other Probability Density Functions
Covariance and Correlation Coefficient
Olivier DUBRULE
Adding Random Variables

CVs available on www.totalprof.com

Objectives: MODULE 2: VARIOGRAMS AND KRIGING


Dynamic simulation of petroleum reservoirs
requires the preliminary construction of
heterogeneous models of the 3D distribution Spatial Covariance and Variogram
of the various petrophysical variables. Day 2 Classical Variogram Models
Petroleum Geostatistics is now routinely used Relations with Fractals and Spectral Density
in the industry to generate such heterogenous Various Kriging Techniques
models, constrained by geological, seismic and Kriging versus Other Interpolation Techniques
dynamic information. Uncertainties are
quantified through the generation of multiple
realisations

Who should attend: MODULE 3: SIMULATING CONTINUOUS VARIABLES


Students and professional geoscientists who
have already been exposed to geostatistics or The Difference between Kriging and Simulations
not and who wish to improve their knowledge. Day 3 Conditional and Non-Conditional Simulations
Geologist, geophysicists and reservoir Sequential Gaussian Simulation
engineers will benefit most Other Simulation Algorithms
Geostatistical Inversion of Seismic Data
Prerequisites:
Basic knowledge of probability and statistics,
and/or previous exposure to the construction MODULE 4: SIMULATING INDICATOR VARIABLES
of 3D reservoir models will help
Discrete Random Variables
Duration: Sequential Indicator Simulations
3 to 5 days (4 hours a day).
Course presentations are combined with Day 4 Object-Based Simulations
Truncated Gaussian Simulations
numerous exercises using Excel, Crystal Ball
Multi-Point Statistics
or Matlab-based exercises.
Transiogram-Based Simulations
The program is always customised to course
duration and profile of the attendees.

Language: MODULE 5: UNCERTAINTIES


English
Back to Monte-Carlo Simulations
Handouts: The Main Steps of an Integrated Study
Copy of slides and exercises Structural Uncertainties
Possible access to O. Dubrules book: Day 5 Reservoir Uncertainties
Geostatistics for Seismic Data Integration Dynamic Uncertainties
in 3D Earth Models A Word of Caution

Final exam

January 2017 - 25 -
IMAGING THE SUBSURFACE:
AN INTRODUCTION TO
REFLECTION SEISMIC
Professor:

WHAT IS A SEISMIC IMAGE


Propagation of seismic (elastic) waves
Day 1 Reflection, refraction (analogy with optics)
The basic seismic experiment: a shot
From a shot to the final seismic image
Etienne ROBEIN

CV available on www.totalprof.com

Objectives:
To get an overall view of the Reflection THE VARIOUS ACQUISITION METHODS AND TOOLS
Seismic, method from acquisition to building Marine seismic: boats, streamers, air guns, navigation
the image of the subsurface, with an emphasis Land seismic: vibrators, geophones
on the key necessary and possible pitfalls Day 2 Ocean bottom seismic: cables, nodes
2D versus 3D
Who should attend: Acquisition lay-out and data sorting for processing
Students who will use seismic images of the
subsurface in their career in exploration and
production and want to have an improved and
critical understanding of what they represent,
how they are made, their benefits and PRINCIPLES AND METHODS IN SEISMIC IMAGING
limitations What is migration?
Students interested in more details in seismic Time versus depth imaging: respective benefits and
processing should refer to the courses limitations
Advanced Seismic data Processing and Day 3 Relocating reflected events in a velocity model
Imaging Techniques in Reflection Seismic Pros and cons of the different methods: Kirchhoff, Beam,
and those interested in the application of RTM based on real case examples
seismic imaging in E&P should refer to the Pitfalls: multiples, statics, amplitudes
course Seismics in Petroleum Exploration

Prerequisites:
Graduate and Postgraduate with basic
knowledge of physics
THE VELOCITY MODEL
Duration: The velocity of waves propagating in the subsurface
5 days/4 hours per day Day 4 A key step in seismic imaging: building the velocity model
The importance of velocity anisotropy
Language: Methods of and issues in anisotropic tomography
English
French

Handouts:
Printouts of selected slides in English
MOST RECENT ACHIEVEMENTS, RECAP AND
CONCLUSION
Imaging in complex environments
The issue of true amplitude
Day 5 Full waveform inversion: an emergent technology for
velocity assessment
Conclusion; discussion

Final quiz

January 2017 - 26 -
PRACTICAL APPROACH OF
HYDROCARBONS PLAY GEOMETRIES
CONCEPTS, TOOLS AND SCALE CHANGE
Professor:
A. THE GEOSCIENCES WORKFLOW IN A PETROLEUM
COMPANY
Day 1 B. WHAT IS THE JOB ?

C. REVIEW OF SEQUENCE STRATIGRAPHY CONCEPTS


Jacques-Pierre DURAND

CV is available on www.totalprof.com

Objectives:
To overview the GSR workflow in a major A. RECONSTRUCTING FACIES MODEL FROM
petroleum company OUTCROPS AND CORES
To give practical guidelines using sequence
stratigraphy concepts for hydrocarbons play Day 2 B. STRATIGRAPHIC MODELING
prediction with different tools at different
scales Exercises
To estimate oil in place from play geometries
following the prospect evaluation process

Who should attend:


B. Sc./Honours Degrees A. DETERMINING FACIES MODEL AND
M. Sc. Degree STRATIGRAPHICAL SURFACES IN WELL LOG
RESPONSE (FIRST SCALE CHANGE)
Prerequisites:
Basics in sedimentary geology Day 3 B. LOG CORRELATION USING STRATIGRAPHICAL
SURFACES
Duration:
5 days Exercises
Language:
English
French A. DETERMINING FACIES MODEL AND
Portuguese STRATIGRAPHICAL SURFACES WITH SEISMIC DATA
(SECOND SCALE CHANGE)
Handouts:
Copy of the slides Day 4 B. STRATIGRAPHICAL SURFACES PICKING

Exercises

A. THE PROSPECT EVALUATION PROCESS

B. ESTIMATING OIL IN PLACE FROM PLAY


Day 5 GEOMETRIES

Exercises

January 2017 - 27 -
STRUCTURAL INTERPRETATION
IN PETROLEUM EXPLORATION
Professor: A. STRUCTURAL GEOLOGY AND TECTONICS
Data and scales
From observation to interpretation
Strain and stress

Day 1 B. EARTH STRUCTURE AND PLATE TECTONICS


Rock mechanical behavior and mechanical stratigraphy:
detachment levels
Jean-Marie FLAMENT
Tectonic regimes
CV available on www.totalprof.com
Slides & Exercises
Objectives: C. EXTENSION
The structural interpretation in petroleum Geometry and mechanism
exploration course is a comprehensive Fault types
standalone course in structural geology which Impact of detachment levels
can be given as such or as an integral part of Inheritance from basement
the more comprehensive courses in structural
interpretation of seismic data run respectively Day 2 D. FROM RIFTING TO PASSIVE MARGINS
with Ch. Chomat within a full week.
Rifts: mechanism and geometry
Who should attend: Passive margins: types and geometry
Bachelor/Master students in geology, Impact for petroleum exploration
geophysics
Slides & exercises
Prerequisites: E. GRAVITY TECTONICS
Basic knowledge of geology and geophysics
Mechanism
Good understanding of English
Structural expression and parameters
Impact for petroleum exploration
Duration:
5 days (or 3 x 6 hours/day)
The programme can be customized to meet Day 3 F. COMPRESSION
different timing and/or student levels. Geometry & mechanism: the Coulomb wedge
Folded and thrusted structures
Language: Tectonics and sedimentation
English
French Slides & exercises
G. STRIKE-SLIP
Handouts: Classification
Slides and handouts in English Associated structures
One course booklet of most representative
slides
Warning: No electronic copy provided
Day 4 H. INVERSION
Positive and negative inversions
Impact for the petroleum system

Slides & exercises

I. STRUCTURAL INTERPRETATION
Skills and methodology
Coherency rules
Day 5 Tools

Slides & exercises

January 2017 - 28 -
RESERVOIR GEOLOGY
AND/OR LOG ANALYSIS
Professor:
A. OBJECTIVES OF RESERVOIR GEOLOGY
What does the Reservoir Geologist have to work with?
What is the Reservoir Geologists role?
From source to reservoir. Source rock types, maturation
and migration. Main types of traps

Day 1 B. RESERVOIR ROCKS


Max MILLE Depositional parameters controlling petrophysics
Reservoir properties: definition of the porosity, porosity vs.
CV available on www.totalprof.com depth, net-pay, permeability, capillary pressure, water
saturation, pore geometry. Pressure vs. depth and
Objectives: overpressures. Fracture porosity. Water distribution.
The Reservoir Geology (or development Porosity vs. permeability relationships
geology) is a fundamental part of the
integrated reservoir studies. The course
introduces the language, concepts, tools and
techniques used by reservoir geologists and
reservoir engineers in an oil and gas C. FLUID DISTRIBUTION
production environment. Participants will Wetting and non-wetting fluids
perform hands-on exercises Capillary pressure, pressure vs. depth, fluid contacts
Day 2
Who should attend: D. RESERVOIR GEOMETRY
The course is designed for petroleum industry Example from a deltaic environment
personnel with some geological background, Sedimentology, impact on reservoir characteristics
including production, drilling, and geophysical.
The lecture can be adjusted to the level of
knowledge of the students
E. OIL/GAS IN PLACE EVALUATION
Duration: Principles of mapping and contouring reservoir parameters
The duration of the course is 5 days
The lecture can be split into:
Day 3 Hydrocarbons in place evaluation
Reservoir geology (3 days)
F. THE RESERVES CONCEPT
or log analysis (2/3 days)

Language:
English
French G. THE LOGGING TOOLS
The main logging tools, as used in the l industry will be
Handouts: Day 4 reviewed such as SP, gamma ray, neutron porosity tool,
Handouts with copies of slides will be provided bulk density tool, sonic log and electrical resistivity tools
Examples (analysis to be carried out by the students)

H. LOG ANALYSIS - THEORY AND PRACTICE


Practical applications will allow the student to work with
the Rock model, lithology identification on porosity tools,
shaliness, effective porosity, Rw determination,
Day 5 hydrocarbons effect and Sw computations, both non shaly
and shaly formations
Examples (analysis to be carried out by the students)

Exam (possibility)

January 2017 - 29 -
WELL LOG ANALYSIS

Professor:
A. RESERVOIR GEOLOGY
What does the Reservoir Geologist have to work with?
What is the Reservoir Geologists role?
From source to reservoir. Oil and Gas in Place evaluation,

B. RESERVOIR ROCKS
Day 1 Depositional parameters controlling petrophysics
Max MILLE
Reservoir properties: definition of the porosity, porosity vs.
CV available on www.totalprof.com depth, net-pay, permeability, capillary pressure, water
saturation, pore geometry. Pressure vs. depth and
Objectives: overpressures. Fracture porosity. Water distribution.
Log Analysis, also called Petrophysics or Well Porosity vs. permeability relationships
Log Analysis plays a central role in the
successful evaluation and development of a
hydrocarbon reservoir.
Logging is done during all phases of a fields
exploration and development. C. THE LOGGING TOOLS
Logging measurements and analysis require a The main logging tools, as used in the l industry will be
very complete understanding of the reviewed such as SP, gamma ray, neutron porosity tool,
parameters measured as well as the Day 2 bulk density tool, sonic log and electrical resistivity tools
interpretation of the measurements. Sedimentological environment from the logs.
Oil and/or Gas-in-place are the final results. Examples (analysis to be carried out by the students)
These are the basics of calculation of reserves

Who should attend:


The course is designed for petroleum industry
E. LOG ANALYSIS - THEORY AND PRACTICE
personnel with some geological background,
Practical applications will allow the student to work with
including production, drilling, and geophysical.
the Rock model, lithology identification on porosity tools,
The lecture can be adjusted to the level of
knowledge of the students
Day 3 shaliness, effective porosity, Rw determination,
hydrocarbons effect and Sw computations, both non shaly
Many practical exercises, using real examples
and shaly formations
(logs) are offered to students. These practical
Examples (analysis to be carried out by the students)
examples are the basis to start using well logs,
in a view to assess shaliness, porosity and
water saturation finally. And hydrocarbon
saturation.

Day 4
Duration:
The duration of the course is 3 half-days

Language:
English
French

Handouts:
Handouts with copies of slides will be provided
Day 5

January 2017 - 30 -
FROM DISCOVERY TO CERTIFICATION OF OIL
AND GAS RESERVES

Professor:
Oil and gas as a primary energy
Worldwide Hydrocarbons distribution
The basics: petroleum system,
Day 1 Exploration methods, seismic acquisition and Drilling,
Hydrocarbons generation, migration, trapping, Field life
cycle.
Max MILLE Main types of contracts

CV available on www.totalprof.com

Objectives:
The purpose of this lecture is to introduce the The Reservoir: Sedimentary rocks, the porous medium,
basic concepts needed to understand how the Porosity, Permeability, Relative Permeability,
Upstream Petroleum Industry is working. Day 2 Specific Rock parameters : Capillarity, wettability,..
The main purpose is to explain how Oil and Pressure distribution in on oil field
Gas Field are evaluated. The final step is the
Certifications of the volumes of oil and/or gas
in-place as well as the Reserves.

Who should attend:


Students at Master level or BSc level. A
background in geology is mandatory (5 days
Petrophysics and Log Analysis: Objectives, methodology,
lecture) . Geophysics and reservoir
The main tools
engineering will be a plus..
A half-day conference can also be arranged for Day 3 Estimation of porosity, relationship with permeability;
Formation evaluation: shale content, effective porosity,
an audience of non-specialists,
water saturation, oil and gas saturations
Prerequisites:
A good understanding of English is necessary
See also Audience Type.

Duration:
From 3 to 5 consecutive half days,
Content of the lecture can be adjusted to the The Reservoir Model: Integration of several disciplines
technical level of the participants as well as Oil in place evaluation, gas in place evaluation, volumetric
their requirements. Day 4 and probabilistic methods
A half-day conference can also be arranged for Categories of in-place
an audience of non-specialists i.e. engineers,
bankers, teachers, ...

Language:
English/Anglais, French/Franais

Handouts: Reserves: definitions, recovery factor


A booklet (copy of the slide, 3 par page) will be Certifications of volumes in place and reserves.
distributed to the students. The concept of reasonable certainty.
Day 5 Conclusions
Exam if required by the University:
A quiz, with multichoice questions

January 2017 - 31 -
PROSPECT EVALUATION
IN OIL AND GAS EXPLORATION
Professors: 1. PROSPECT DEFINITIONS AND CHARACTERISTICS
Prospect definition
The prospect relative to the petroleum system and plays.
Day 1 Prospect evaluation: where it stands in the exploration and
production process
Reserves vs resources
Application exercise

2. BACK TO THE BASICS: KNOWING THE GEOLOGICAL


Jean MOUILLAC Bernard FOURCADE
Characteristics of the prospect
Some of the following chapters can be developed or not,
according to the geological background of the students.
CVs available on www.totalprof.com Hydrocarbon charge
Source rock types, maturity, HC migration timing, relative
Objectives: Day 2
to traps
This 5 half day course explains how HC fluids
hydrocarbon volumes and risks can be Fluid properties according to source rock type, maturation
and migration
assessed in a realistic manner, assuming that PVT conditions
the geological parameters taken into account Alteration like biodegradation inside the reservoir. Non HC
for the prospect in its regional setting are well fluids H2S and CO2
understood. In addition of the volume and Fluid contact determination
risks assessment, the crucial geological
parameters for a prospect will be revisited. Reservoir
Reservoir characteristics. Impact of the depositional
Who should attend: environment on the reservoir body geometry and internal
Students at BSc or Master level, in geology or architecture
Diagenesis influence on reservoir characteristics
geophysics who will work in exploration in Seal
their future professional lives Day 3 Top and lateral seal. Fault sealing. Examples
It could also be instructive for other students Surface seeps as the ultimate migration
who will work closely with exploration staff Trap
such as reservoir engineers or petrophysicists Trap types; structural: fold and fault related. Stratigraphic
It will bring some industry examples and and mixed traps. Trap occurrences according to basin types
applications complements to their university Examples
academic courses
3. PROSPECT RESOURCES COMPUTATION
Deterministic approach
Prerequisites: Calculating the oil or gas prospect resources using the gross
A comprehensive background in petroleum rock volume, net/gross ratio, average porosity,
geology and seismics is required to profitably hydrocarbon saturation, formation volumetric factor, and
follow such a course recovery factor. Depth dependant gross rock volume
A good understanding of English is also a must, Introduction to uncertainties, affecting the different
for the English version Day 4 parameters used for the resource computation, with a
specific focus on the gross rock volume
Probabilistic approach
Duration: Differences between risk and uncertainties. Basics of
Five half-days, or a total of about 15 to 18 hrs statistical concepts like the Monte Carlo simulation
Duration and content of the course can be Results of probabilistic volume assessment and their
adapted to the participants technical graphic representation
background, requirements, interests and Application exercise
needs
Risk evaluation
How to make the risk evaluation based on 5 geological
Language: parameters: Source rock, hydrocarbon charge, and
English migration, reservoir, seal and trap
French Multi objective prospect
How to cope with multi-objective prospect for evaluating
Handouts: Day 5 the global risk
One paper copy booklet (A4 size, with 4 color Risk dependency for multi objective prospect
Post mortem evaluation after the exploration well
slides per page) in English only. Prospect porto-folio management
One exercise booklet Conclusions and recommendations
No digital support provided (e.g. on CD or USB
key) because problems of data confidentiality Exam: 20 multi-choice questions and exercises

January 2017 - 32 -
PETROLEUM EXPLORATION
CHALLENGES
Professors: 1. INTRODUCTION
The worldwide oil and gas exploration and production
global picture
2. PETROLEUM GEOSCIENCES
Petroleum geosciences definitions
Geosciences applications along the E&P process from
preliminary basin regional evaluation to production,
through block/lease exploration, prospect definition,
Jean MOUILLAC Christian CHOMAT appraisal/delineation, development, production, EOR, and
site restoration
CVs available on www.totalprof.com Day 1 The geosciences disciplines and jobs
Geologists, geophysicists, reservoir engineers,
Objectives: geo-information, other non-geosciences disciplines
An initiation to geosciences applications in the Geosciences tool box
upstream petroleum exploration world; this Techniques, methods and concepts
course provides some modern, up-to-date Examples: introduction to remote sensing, surface seeps,
professional applications in different surface geology/field/outcrop analogues, sedimentology,
exploration domains structural geology, organic and inorganic geochemistry,
reservoirs modeling, borehole rock and fluids sampling,
Who should attend: logging, seismics, petroleum system, prospect evaluation,
Students at BSc or Master level, in geology,
geophysics and reservoir engineering. It will 3. EXPLORATION CHALLENGE EXAMPLES (1)
bring some industry examples and applications Petroleum basin characteristics
complements to their university academic Seismic imaging challenges
courses Recent technology breakthroughs in seismic acquisition
and processing
Prerequisites: Day 2 Application of the plate tectonic concept: an exploration
A comprehensive background in petroleum cruise across the South Atlantic Ocean: from the pre-salt
geology and seismics is required to follow such Tupi/Ulla discoveries in Brazil to the Kwanza basin in
a course Angola; from Jubilee basin margin wedge play, in Ghana to
A good understanding of English is also a must, Zaedius discovery in French Guiana
for the English version 3. EXPLORATION CHALLENGE EXAMPLES (2)
Evolution of the exploration plays from the onshore to the
Duration: deep offshore. Example from the Niger delta or the Angola
5 half days, or a total of 15 to 18 hrs passive margin
Duration and content of the course can be Some new petroleum provinces in the making
adapted to the participants technical
background, requirements, interests and
Day 3 Examples:
Back to the old exploration days: drilling surface anticlines
needs in Kurdistan (Iraq)
The East Africa Tertiary rift system
Language: Offshore East Africa
English The Arctic exploration challenges
French
4.UNCONVENTIONAL OIL AND GAS RESOURCES (1)
Handouts: Introduction to shale gas
One paper copy booklet (A4 size, with 4 color Day 4 Shale petrophysics, geo-mechanical and fluid
slides per page) in English only characteristics, production techniques, environmental
No digital support provided (e,g. on CD or USB constraints, worldwide potential
key) due to data confidentiality 4. UNCONVENTIONAL OIL AND GAS RESOURCES (2)
Shale oil and oil shales
Extra heavy oils from Venezuela and tar sands of Canada
Day 5 Coal Bed Methane
Gas hydrates
Exam: 20 multi-choice questions and exercises

January 2017 - 33 -
PETROLEUM GEOLOGY AND SEISMICS

Professors:
1. INTRODUCTION
Past, present and future of the fossil energy
2. PROSPECT DEFINITION
The prospect, relative to the petroleum system and plays
Day 1 Prospect evaluation: where it stands in the Exploration and
Production process. Reserves vs Resources
3. SEISMIC PRINCIPLES
Seismic experiment, layer cake, velocities
Slides & exercises
Jean MOUILLAC or Bernard FOURCADE
and
4. SEISMIC ACQUISITION
Land and marine acquisition, shotpoints, CDP, multiple fold
5. SEISMIC PROCESSING
Objectives, seismic trace, processing sequences,
deconvolution, multiples, stack & velocities, migration,
enhancing imaging
Day 2 6. BACK TO THE PROSPECT BASICS (1)
Hydrocarbon charge. Source rock types, maturity,
Christian CHOMAT or Gilles MAGNIEN or Adel BANNA
HC migration, timing
HC fluids properties, maturation/migration, PVT conditions
Alterations inside the reservoir. Non HC fluids: H2S and CO2
CVs available on www.totalprof.com Fluid contact determination
Slides & exercises
Objectives:
The primary objective is to review the 7. BACK TO THE PROSPECT BASICS (2)
fundamentals of the exploration prospect and
Reflection Seismic methods with emphasis on Reservoir
industry applications and seismic Reservoir characteristics. Impact of depositional
interpretation environment on the reservoir body geometry and internal
The course consists of the integration within a architecture, diagenesis influence on reservoir
full week of two complementary courses with characteristics
two professors Seal
Refer to individual course sheets: Prospect Top and lateral seal. Fault sealing. Examples
Evaluation in O&G exploration by J. Mouillac Surface seeps as the ultimate migration
or B. Fourcade Seimics in Petroleum Day 3 Trap
Exploration by C. Chomat or G. Magnien or
A. Banna Trap types: structural (fold and fault related)
Stratigraphic and mixed traps. Examples
Who should attend: 8. WELLS AND SEISMIC
Bachelor/Master students in geology, Seismic to well tie, synthetic seismograms, VSP
geophysics or reservoir engineering 9. STRUCTURAL SEISMIC INTERPRETATION
Methodology & objectives, structural interpretation in
Prerequisites: different tectonic domains
Basic knowledge of geology (sedimentology, Slides & exercises
structural geology, geochemistry, etc.)
Good understanding of English 10. DEPTH CONVERSION AND MAPPING
Velocities, hand and computer mapping
Duration: 11. STRATIGRAPHIC SEISMIC INTERPRETATION
5 days (morning and afternoon sessions) Lithology, seis-strat, fluids and direct hydrocarbon
3 hrs/session. Total around 30 hrs. Day 4 Indicators, inversion and modelling, seismic attributes,
The program can be adapted customized to AVO/AVA
meet different timings and/or students needs. 12. PROSPECT RESOURCE COMPUTATION(1)
Deterministic and probabilistic approach, uncertainties
Language: Slides & exercises
English
French
12. PROSPECT RESOURCE COMPUTATION(2)
Handouts: Risk evaluation based on geological parameters.
Slides and handouts in English Multi-objective prospect. Risk dependency. Post
Two courses booklets (geology and seismics) exploration drilling evaluation
of most representative slides (4 color slides Day 5 13. CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
per page) Two exercises booklets
No digital support provided (e.g. on CD or USB
key) due to data confidentiality Quiz & correction - Evaluation of the course
Certificate Ceremony

January 2017 - 34 -
OIL & GAS EXPLORATION
PROCESS & TECHNIQUES

Professor: A. ENERGY: THE GLOBAL PICTURE


Production, consumption, reserves and prospective
Oil prices, national and international oil Companies

B. THE EXPLORATION PROCESS


Day 1 Exploration Programme, decision steps, prospects, risks
Drilling, reserves categories, economics
Exploration within the overall petroleum projects:
Christian CHOMAT contracts, appraisal, reservoir studies and simulation,
development, production, abandonment
CV available on www.totalprof.com

Objectives: A. PETROLEUM GEOLOGY


The Petroleum System: Elements and Processes
The primary objective is an introduction to the Traps and timing
process and techniques of exploration
activities within the overall petroleum project. Day 2 B. SEISMIC PRINCIPLES
The seismic experiment, velocities, reflection coefficient
Seismic trace, Multiple fold, Common depth point
Who should attend:
Bachelor/Master Students in Scientific
disciplines.
A. SEISMIC ACQUISITION
Land & marine acquisition
Prerequisites: Alternative 3D designs
Good understanding of English (slides in Day 3
B. SEIMIC DATA PROCESSING
English)
Objectives, preprocessing, multiples, stack and velocities
Migration & enhancing imaging
Basic knowledge in Geology is a plus

Duration: A. STRUCTURAL GEOLOGY


Interpretation methodology
15 hours Review of the main tectonic regimes, examples

B. STRATIGRAPHIC INTERPRETATION
Language: Day 4 Introduction to seismic stratigraphy, direct hydrocarbon
indicators and 4D seismic
English
French C. EXAMINATION
Spanish 20 multi-choice and open questions

Handouts:
One 90 pages colour booklet of ca 340 figures
A. VIDEO ON SEISMIC WORKSTATION
(4 slides/page)
B. QUIZ CORRECTION
Day 5
C. COURSE EVALUATION

D. CERTIFICATE CEREMONY

January 2017 - 35 -
GEOLOGICAL RESERVOIR MODELING

Professor:
Reservoir geology discipline

Notions of heterogeneity
Day 1 Introduction to modeling

Laurent DE WALQUE Field case context

CVs available on www.totalprof.com

Objectives:
To make the students understand the
integration of data and disciplines to
guarantee the best development of a field 2G&R synthesis
with description of all the key steps of a
reservoir study Day 2 Principles
Who should attend:
All geoscientists who want to work in oil and
gas domain

Prerequisites:
Basic in exploration, notion of reservoir
parameters (porosity, permeability, fluids) Study Case Exercises
Duration: Day 3 Exercise 1 - Original conditions
5 days

Language:
French
English

Handouts: Study Case Exercises (continued)


Yes
Exercise 1 - Original conditions (continued)
Day 4 Exercise 2 - Heterogeneity status

Exercise 3 - Field behaviour/Aquifer/Modeling

Study Case Exercises (continued)

Day 5 Exercise 4 - Volume in place

Corrections and general conclusion

January 2017 - 36 -
MINERAL GEOCHEMISTRY
CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES
Professor:
GEOLOGICAL PROCESSES, LEADING TO POROSITY
PERMEABILITY ALTERATION
Day 1 Then, a special attention will be paid to conditions that
participate to protect sediments against porosity -
permeability reduction leading to reservoir preservation

Jean-Claude LACHARPAGNE

CV available on www.totalprof.com
THE TOOL BOX USED TO STUDY RESERVOIR ROCKS
Objectives: Petrography, chemistry
The aim of the course is to present the Stable isotope data
evolution of reservoir characteristics (porosity Day 2 Unstable isotopes used for mineral dating
and permeability) in relation to the burial Fluid inclusion and other processes dedicated to
history temperature determination
The final goal being to predict reservoir
behaviour before hydrocarbon trapping, and
be able to help exploration and production
with accurate spatial reservoir data
PRESENTATION OF FEW EXAMPLES OF DIAGENETIC
Who should attend: SEQUENCES AND THEIR IMPACT ON PETROPHYSICAL
Students with a fair knowledge in geology who CHARACTERISTICS OBSERVED ON KNOWN RESERVOIRS
wish to access to a good understanding of Day 3 Then an application of some tools will be shown in order to
reservoir alterations related to burial, in order answered to an exploration problem, namely the
to rank project quality in exploration or prediction of porosity and permeability to be expected in
production deep buried reservoir.

Prerequisites:
Even though the proposed talk is dedicated to
the equivalent of a master or to the last year THE RESERVOIR WATER CHEMISTRY AND ITS
engineer level, the content may easily be APPLICATION
adapted to more junior students in order to First, the sampling is presented to obtain water data in
make them sensitive to the effect of burial on hydrocarbon bearing zones, and below the oil water
sediments in the oil exploration context.
Day 4 contact. The main analytical data set will be presented in
order to interpret results in terms of reservoir filling, and
Duration: reservoir connectivity.
The course is planned for 5 days including An example of water chemistry study is used to understand
half a day dedicated to a short quiz of a production problem.
30 questions and the delivery of a diploma

Language:
English
An overview of the above presentation will be discussed
Handouts: with students, leaving room for questions and a more large
A simplified Powerpoint will be given discussion on potential use of geochemistry in what
to all participants at the end of the concerns:
formation. Day 5 Reservoir monitoring
Environmental sciences (acid gas sequestration)

The Course will end with a short quiz of 30 questions and


the delivery of a diploma

January 2017 - 37 -
MINERAL AND ORGANIC
GEOCHEMISTRY
Professors: DESCRIBTION OF GEOLOGICAL PROCESSES, LEADING TO
POROSITY PERMEABILITY ALTERATION
A special attention will be paid to conditions that will
participate to protect sediments against porosity -
Day 1 permeability reduction. This will be followed by the
presentation of the tool box petrography, chemistry,
stable isotope and unstable isotopes analyses, fluid
inclusion and processes dedicated to temperature
Jean-Claude LACHARPAGNE Daniel DESSORT determination (JCL).

CVs available on www.totalprof.com This session is organized to follow the geologic cycle of
organic matter, from production in living organisms to
Objectives: burial in sediments and preservation in the rock record.
The aim of the course is to present the organic Specific topics include lipid biochemistry and
content and evolution in source rocks and Day 2 stereochemistry, factors controlling preservation and
fluids in reservoirs and, in parallel, reservoir maturation in sediments, methanogenesis, diagnetic
characteristics (porosity and permeability) in alterations of carbon skeletons, fossil fuel production and
relation to the burial history. The final goal degradation, life in the deep biosphere, and biomarkers for
being to predict fluid and reservoir behaviour ancient life
before hydrocarbon trapping, and be able to
help exploration and production with accurate PRESENTATION OF FEW EXAMPLES OF MINERAL
information. DIAGENETIC SEQUENCES AND THEIR IMPACT ON
PETROPHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS OBSERVED ON
Who should attend: KNOWN RESERVOIRS
Students with a fair knowledge in organic Then an application of some tools will be shown in order to
chemistry and geology who wish to answered to an exploration problem, namely the
understand keys for hydrocarbon production Day 3 prediction of porosity and permeability to be expected in
and good understanding of reservoir deep buried reservoir
alterations related to burial, in order to rank The reservoir water chemistry and its application is
project quality in exploration or production included that day, sampling and main analytical data will be
presented in order to interpret results in terms of reservoir
Prerequisites: filling, and reservoir connectivity
Even though the proposed talk is dedicated to An example of water chemistry study is proposed (JCL)
the equivalent of a master or to the last year
APPLICATION OF ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY TO THE
engineer level, the content may easily be
EXPLORATION, DEVELOPMENT AND PRODUCTION OF
adapted to more junior students in order to
GAS, OIL, CONDENSATES, BITUMEN AND
make them sensitive to the main keys of
UNCONVENTIONAL PLAYS, USING STANDARD
success in exploration
ANALYTICAL TOOLS
Duration: Day 4 Pyrolysis, gross composition, fingerprinting, biomarkers
and stable isotopes
The course is planned for 5 days including
In-reservoir thermal, chemical and bacterial alteration will
half a day dedicated to a short quiz of
be presented
30 questions and the delivery of a diploma
Finally, the use of organic geochemistry for addressing
Language: environmental issues will be discussed
English An overview of the above presentation will be discussed
with students, leaving room for questions and a more large
Handouts: discussion on the potential use of geochemistry in what
A simplified Powerpoint will be given to all concerns:
participants at the end of the formation Day 5 Reservoir monitoring
Environmental sciences (acid gas sequestration),
The Course will end with a short quiz of 30 questions and
the delivery of a diploma
(DD & JCL)

January 2017 - 38 -
INTRODUCTION TO PETROLEUM
GEOCHEMISTRY: FORMATION, MIGRATION,
TRAPPING AND ALTERATION OF FOSSIL HYDROCARBONS
Professor:
TOOLS
Introduction to petroleum
Overview of petroleum system
Day 1 Composition of fossil organic matter
Maturity of organic matter
Modelling petroleum generation
Daniel DESSORT

CV available on www.totalprof.com

Objectives:
The objective of this training course is to
CHARACTERIZATION
Fluids & organic extracts: composition, characteristics and
provide the participants with the basics of
properties
petroleum organic geochemistry.
Day 2 Analytical tools
Who should attend: Main recommendations for sample preservation
Master 1/Master 2
Exercises
Prerequisites:
Bases in structural chemistry and in geology

Duration: APPLICATIONS AND EXAMPLES


3 Days (can be shortened)
Gas in reservoirs
Some applications to exploration
Language: Post generative alteration
English
Tarmat in reservoirs
French
Day 3 Reservoir & production geochemistry
Heavy oils and tar sands
Unconventional resources
Hydrocarbons in environment

Quiz and correction

Day 4

Day 5

January 2017 - 39 -
PRESSURES, SEALS AND TRAPS

Professor:

CONCEPTS OF PRESSURE AND TRAPS

Day 1 CONCEPS OF SEALING CAPACITY AND INTEGRITY

PRESSURE MONITORING WHILE DRILLING


Jean-Jacques BITEAU

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Objectives:
Define concept of evaluations of pressures,
seals and traps
TOOLS FOR SEAL EVALUATION
Who should attend: Day 2
All 3G engineers ABNORMAL PRESSURES

Prerequisites:
Petroleum evaluation concepts

Duration:
5 days

Language: FIELD TRIP (OUTCROPS OF RESERVOIRS AND SR)


English
French Day 3
PORE PRESSURE PREDICTION METHODS
Handouts:
Brochures

FIELD TRIP
Day 4
FAULT SEALING CONCEPTS

FAULT SEALING
Day 5
COURSE CONCLUSIONS

January 2017 - 40 -
RESERVOIR ENGINEERING AND SIMULATION

Professor:
1/ Introduction
Modelling in the workflow of a reservoir study

2/ What is reservoir modelling ?


Day 1 - Basic equations
- Principle of simulation
- Discretization in space , in time
Bernard LEBON - Types of simulators
- Solution of non linear equations
CV available on www.totalprof.com
3/ Dynamic synthesis
Understanding the field behavior by the 3 geosciences
Objectives: disciplines
Explain strength and limitation of dynamic
simulation of HC field performance 4/ Building the model
Day 2 -Reservoir geometry and main features
Who should attend: -Gridding
Engineers entitled to -Model input : petrophysics, fluids
- Contribute in model construction -Upscaling
- Discuss: build on model results -HC accumulation - Uncertainties

Prerequisites: 5/The limit conditions


Basic knowledge in mathematics and reservoir -Field segmentation
engineering -Modelling the aquifer
-The well
Duration: Inflow Outflow - The well in the model
30 hours Day 3
6/Model initialization
Language: -Pressure
English -Saturation
-Model stability
Handouts: 7/ Quality control
Print of presentations
-Petrophysics and HC in place
Exercises
-QC of well data
-CPU optimization
-Common pitfalls and recommendations
Day 4
8/ History Matching (HM)
-Methodology
-Data to match , control parameters
-Workflow best practice
-Post processing and result analysis

9/ The forecast
- Methodology
- Simulation data and control (forecast vs HM)
- Simulation under constraints ( surface, drilling)
Day 5
10/ Conclusion
- Uncertainties at the various steps
- Use and misuse of simulation results
- The uncertainty study workflow

January 2017 - 41 -
RESERVOIR ENGINEERING
FUNDAMENTALS
Professors:
RESERVOIR ROCK PROPERTIES
Porosity, pore pressure & compressibility
One phase flow: Darcys law & permeability from cores &
logs
Day 1 Multiphase systems: saturation from cores & logs, capillary
pressure & relative permeability, wettability
Lab measurements
Etienne MOREAU or Grard GLOTIN
Quiz
CV available on www.totalprof.com
RESERVOIR FLUID PROPERTIES
Objectives: Gas liquid equilibriums
To review basic reservoir engineering data Pure component & mixtures, oil & gas identification
(rock & fluid properties) Oil, gas & water properties
To review well test objectives & interpretation Day 2 Black oil functions, oil & gas classification
methods PVT studies
To review main drive mechanisms Reservoir fluid sampling

Who should attend: Quiz


Graduates and post-graduates petroleum and
reservoir engineering students
WELL TESTING
Prerequisites: Principles & objectives
University or engineering degree in sciences Pressure drawdown
General overview & semi log analysis, investigation radius
Duration: & flow regimes, well bore storage, skin & productivity
15 hours in 5 days index
Day 3 Pressure build-up
Language: General overview & semi log analysis
English Log-log analysis
French Homogeneous reservoir, other cases

Handouts: Quiz
Copies of presented slides

DRIVE MECHANISMS
Introduction
Main drive mechanisms, material balance equation,
Day 4 reservoir description
Natural depletion
Oil expansion above Pb, gas expansion, dissolved gas
expansion, aquifer drive, gas-cap drive

DRIVE MECHANISMS (CONTINUED)


Improved oil recovery
Water injection, immiscible gas injection
Enhanced oil recovery (EOR)
Day 5 Enhanced gas injection, chemical methods, thermal
methods

Quiz

January 2017 - 42 -
RESERVOIR EVALUATION
FIELD CASE
Professor: Data Review
Field Presentation
Geological & Structural Context
Field Development & Production Data
Day 1 Material Balance Analysis
Fluid Properties
Reservoir Data
Aquifer Modelling
Etienne MOREAU
History Matching
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Objectives: Data Review & History Matching


To let the students practice with real tools on ECLIPSE Data Review
a real reservoir. Grid properties
Day 2 Reservoir Properties
Who should attend: Fluid Properties
Graduates and post-graduates petroleum and Wells & Production Data
reservoir Engineering students.
ECLIPSE History Matching
Prerequisites: Aquifer Modelling
Students must know fundamentals in material Field Pressure Match
balance analysis and be able to use a reservoir
flow simulator

Duration: History Matching


20 hours in 5 days Field Compartmentalization Analysis
Day 3 Faults Dynamic Behaviour
Language:
English ECLIPSE History Matching
French Wells Pressure Match
Wells Saturation Match
Handouts:
Copies of presented slides

Production Forecast & Field Management


Do Nothing Case
Production forecast with exiting wells
Day 4 Identification of most relevant production guide lines
Localisation of the remaining oil at the end of the forecast

In fill well
Production forecast with 1 in-fill well.
Optimisation of the incremental oil

Summary & Conclusions


Day 5 Students have to present their results & to write a written
report summarizing the work done during the week.

January 2017 - 43 -
RESERVOIR DRIVE MECHANISMS

Professors: GENERAL OVERVIEW


Field development methods
Oil & gas natural depletion, improved oil recovery,
enhanced oil recovery
Day 1 Material balance analysis
Fluid PVT behaviour, material balance equation

Etienne MOREAU or Grad GLOTIN Quiz

CV available on www.totalprof.com FLOW DESCRIPTION


One phase flow
Objectives: Darcys law
To review basic reservoir behaviour during Multi phase flow
production Day 2 Saturation functions
To review basic concepts linked to material Reservoir characterisation
balance analysis & reservoir flow Flow units, W/O & G/O displacement
To review main drive mechanisms both in
natural depletion, water and/or immiscible gas Quiz
injection

Who should attend: NATURAL DEPLETION


Key phenomenon's initial pressure regimes
Graduates and post-graduates petroleum and
Rock compaction & fluid expansion
reservoir Engineering students
Oil reservoirs
Prerequisites: Oil depletion above saturation pressure, solution gas drive,
Day 3 aquifer drive and gas cap drive
University or engineering degree in sciences
Gas reservoirs
Duration: Dry & wet gas depletion, gas condensate depletion
15 hours in 5 days
Quiz
Language:
English AQUIFER DRIVE
French Aquifer drive identification
Material balance equation, aquifer types, boundary
Handouts: conditions & flow regimes
Copies of presented slides
Day 4 Aquifer modelling
Steady & semi steady state models, diffusivity equation,
transient models, Van Everdingen & Hurst functions

Quiz

IMPROVED OIL RECOVERY


Key concepts
Water & immiscible gas injection, microscopic recovery &
sweep efficiency, well pattern
Day 5 Sweep along one flow line
Fractional flow, transport equation & saturation profile
Volumetric sweep efficiency
Areal & vertical sweep
Quiz

January 2017 - 44 -
RESERVOIR FLOW SIMULATION

Professor:
PHYSICAL ASPECTS & MATHEMATICAL EQUATIONS
Physical aspects
Basic Laws
Mathematical equations
Day 1 Diffusivity & transport equations, general equations, black
oil model, compositional model

Etienne MOREAU Quiz

CV available on www.totalprof.com
SPACE & TIME DISCRETISATION
Objectives: Space discretisation
Give a basic but complete overview of the Basic concepts & main issues, field examples
setting up of a numerical model for simulating Time discretisation
the production of a petroleum reservoir (basic Day 2 Basic concepts, production data
flow equations, input data, history match and Space & time discretisation
forecast modes) Basicw workflows

Who should attend: Quiz


Graduates and post-graduates petroleum and
reservoir Engineering students
INPUT DATA
Prerequisites: Reservoir description
University or Engineering Degree in sciences Available Data, Data Upscaling
Basic knowledge of reservoir engineering Fluid description
Day 3 Key elements, surface & reservoir conditions, PVT regions
Duration: Initial state
15 hours in 5 days Basic concepts, initial pressure & saturation distributions

Language: Quiz
English
French

Handouts: INPUT DATA (CONTINUED)


Aquifers
Copies of presented slides
General overview, aquifer modelling, radial aquifer
modelling, radial transient aquifer modelling
Day 4 Wells representation
Basic concepts, inflow & outflow performance, well
potential

Quiz

HISTORY MATCHING & PRODUCTION FORECAST


History matching
General methodology, data to match & matching
parameters, pressure & saturation match
Day 5 Production forecasts
General methodology, wells representation & production
controls

Quiz

January 2017 - 45 -
RESERVOIR RISK & UNCERTAINTY

Professor: GENERAL OVERVIEW


Introduction
Risks versus uncertainties
Why evaluate risks and uncertainty
Day 1 Field exploration
Exploration risk assessment
Field development & production
Field uncertainty management
Etienne MOREAU
Quiz
CV available on www.totalprof.com
RESERVOIR DETERMINISTIC EVALUATION
Static evaluation
Objectives: Volumes originally in place
To strengthen and consolidate the reservoir
Geomodelling
engineering knowledge
To better understand specificities of fractured Day 2 Dynamic evaluation & production forecast
Material balance
reservoir
Decline curve analysis
Flow simulation
Who should attend: Quiz
Graduates and post-graduates petroleum and
reservoir engineering students
PROBABILITY CONCEPTS
Prerequisites: Probability basics
University or engineering degree in sciences Probability concepts & calculation rules
Basic knowledge of reservoir engineering Random variables & data estimation
Statistical analysis
Duration: Day 3
Univariate analysis
15 hours in 5 days Bivariate analysis
Geostatistics
Language: Spatial correlations & variograms
English Kriging
French Stochastic simulations
Quiz
Handouts:
Copies of presented slides RESERVOIR PROBABILISTIC EVALUATION
Static evaluation
Structural & geological uncertainty
Monte Carlo analysis
Day 4 Geomodelling & multi realizations
Dynamic evaluation
Dynamic uncertainty
Flow simulation & experimental design
Quiz

RISK & UNCERTAINTY MANAGEMENT


Reserves & resources
Risk assessment
Uncertainty evaluation
Contractual aspects
Day 5 Classification system
Reservoir monitoring
Data acquisition
Reduction of risk & uncertainty
Quiz

January 2017 - 46 -
OIL & GAS RECOVERY AND FIELD
DEVELOPMENT
Professors: RESERVOIR ROCK PROPERTIES
Porosity, pore pressure & compressibility
One phase flow
Darcys law & permeability from cores & logs
Day 1 Multiphase systems
Saturation from cores & logs
Capillary pressure & relative permeability
Wettability
Etienne MOREAU or Grard GLOTIN Quiz

CV available on www.totalprof.com Reservoir fluid properties


Gas liquid equilibriums
Objectives: Pure component & mixtures
To strengthen and consolidate the reservoir Oil & gas identification
engineering knowledge Oil, gas & water properties
To better understand specificities of fractured Day 2 Black oil functions
reservoir Oil & gas classification
PVT studies
Who should attend: Reservoir fluid sampling
Graduates and post-graduates petroleum and Quiz
reservoir Engineering students
DRIVE MECHANISMS
Prerequisites: General overview
University or engineering degree in sciences Drive mechanisms & capillary phenomenon's
Basic knowledge of reservoir engineering Water oil systems
Gravity & capillary effects
Duration: Day 3 Water injection specificities
15 hours in 5 days Gas oil systems
Gravity & capillary effects
Language: Gas injection specificities
English Gas water systems
French Quiz
Handouts: RESERVOIR MODELLING
Copies of presented slides General overview
Principles & main issues
Building the reservoir model
Day 4 Reservoir description
Upscaling, well blocking
Populating the model
Export to the flow model
Quiz

FLOW SIMULATION
General overview
Principles & main issues
Building the flow model
Reservoir description
Day 5 Fluid description
Wells & aquifers
Running the flow model
History matching
Production forecasting
Quiz

January 2017 - 47 -
FRACTURED RESERVOIRS

Professor: KEY CONCEPTS


Introduction
What is a fractured reservoir?
Fractures identification
Tectonic fractures
Day 1 Diagenetic fractures
Mechanical stratigraphy
Fractured reservoir specificities
Etienne MOREAU Reservoir management
Quiz
CV available on www.totalprof.com
DYNAMIC BEHAVIOUR
Objectives: Dynamic data
To strengthen and consolidate the reservoir Well drilling, logging & testing
engineering knowledge Production data
To better understand specificities of fractured Flow mechanics
Day 2 Dual porosity behaviour
reservoir
Warren & root model
One phase flow
Who should attend: Multiphase flow
Graduates and post-graduates petroleum and Quiz
reservoir Engineering students

Prerequisites: WELL TESTING


University or engineering degree in sciences Single well test
Basic knowledge of reservoir engineering Dual porosity behaviour
Pressure draw down
Pressure build up
Duration: Single well test analysis
15 hours in 5 days Day 3 Pressure derivative & log-log analysis
Similar behaviours
Language: Interference test
English Dual porosity behaviour
French Log-log analysis
Quiz
Handouts:
Copies of presented slides DRIVE MECHANISMS
General overview
Drive mechanisms & capillary phenomenon's
Water oil systems
Gravity & capillary effects
Day 4 Water injection specificities
Gas oil systems
Gravity & capillary effects
Gas injection specificities
Gas water systems
Quiz

FLOW SIMULATION
Principles & basic laws
Flow simulation in fractured reservoirs
Single porosity technique
Day 5 Dual porosity & dual permeability techniques
Use simulation in fractured reservoirs
Input data & transfer functions
Basic examples & best practices
Quiz

January 2017 - 48 -
WELL TEST ANALYSIS

Professors:

Introduction, principles and objectives


Modeling of flow , equations : pressure profile, radius
Day 1 of investigation exercises

Etienne MOREAU or Grard GLOTIN

CV available on www.totalprof.com

Objectives: Study of a draw down: well bore storage , skin


To provide a comprehensive information on to effect, transmissibility k*h
design and interpret well tests Dimensionless parameters: pressure and time
to know and understand rock the theory of Day 2 exercises
well test (flow regimes, models) .
To know how to interpret a well test

Who should attend:


Graduates and post graduates petroleum , and
reservoir engineering students, willing to
deepen their knowledge in well testing

Prerequisites: Principle of superposition in time build up test


University or engineering degree in sciences
Day 3 and space , limits and boundaries exercises
Duration:
15 to 18 hours in 5 days

Language:
English , French

Handouts:
Copies of presented slides
Pressure derivative & log-log interpretation
Productivity index: characteristics of a well - exercise
Day 4

Gas wells: pseudo pressure, Back Pressure


Day 5 Test, Absolute Open Flow Potential exercise

January 2017 - 49 -
PETROPHYSICS : CORE ANALYSIS-
LABORATORY MEASUREMENT
Professors:

Introduction, core sampling and analysis


Static measurements: porosity principle and
Day 1 measurement.
Comparison with log analysis.
Pore compressibility. Exercises
Etienne MOREAU or Grard GLOTIN

CV available on www.totalprof.com

Interfacial tension between two fluids


Objectives: Capillary pressure in a porous media- Laplace law
to know and understand rock properties for Drainage Capillary pressure: initial equilibrium of
reservoir simulation and fluid flows dynamics. fluids in the reservoir & lab measurement.
To provide a comprehensive information on Day 2 Imbibition concept& and production phase.
core analysis Exercises
To know how to interpret a laboratory report

Who should attend:


Graduates and post graduates petroleum , and
reservoir engineering students willing to
deepen their knowledge in core analysis Conversion from laboratory to reservoir conditions
Variation of water saturation as function of depth
Prerequisites: Wettability : consequences on displacement.
University or engineering degree in sciences
Day 3 Wettability index.
Duration: Dynamic measurements (one phase flow) : fluid
15 to 18 hours in 5 days viscosity, permeability , mobility

Language:
English , French

Handouts:
Copies of presented slides Laboratory measurement
Dynamic measurements (two phase flow) : residual
oil saturation, relative permeability, fractional flow,
Day 4 mobility ratio. Gas oil & water oil displacement.
Importance of wettability

Facies and rock types


Day 5 Data synthesis - exercises

January 2017 - 50 -
INTEGRATED RESERVOIR STUDIES AND
FIELD DEVELOPMENT
Professors:

A. DRIVE ECHANISM - Primary recovery


Day 1 Reserves calculation
Exercices

Etienne MOREAU or Grard GLOTIN

CV available on www.totalprof.com
A. DRIVE ECHANISM - Secondary recovery
Objectives: Reserves calculation
Familiarize students with Integrated Studies, Exercices
from discovery to Development:
drives mechanism, reserves calculation Day 2
production profiles, and field development, B. FIELD CASE :
number of wells, producers and injectors
Reserves,, production profiles, development
Introduce the steps taken to bring on
production

Who should attend: C. FROM DISCOVERY TO FIRST OIL :


Final year and master students in petroleum DECISION MAKING PROCESS
engineering course
Decision steps
Prerequisites: Preliminary studies
Good comprehension of English Day 3 Constraints (environment, safety)
Screening studies
Duration: Pre-project
5 half days of 3 to 3.5 hours Final investment decision
Contracts
Language:
English
French

Handouts: D. FIELD EXAMPLE


CD or paper copies
English slides Day 4 Economic evaluation
An offshore oil field

E. GAS FIELD DEVELOPMENT


Work out recoverable reserves, production profile,
Day 5 abandonment pressure, No. of wells

January 2017 - 51 -
OIL AND GAS FIELD DEVELOPMENT

Professor:
A. WHAT IS A HYDROCARBON RESERVOIR

B. PETROLEUM SYSTEM
Day 1 C. RESERVOIR ENGINEERING AND DECISION
PROCESS
Christian BADETZ
D. SOME SPECIFIC CHALLENGES
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Objectives: E. PHYSICAL COMPONENTS


Understand the reservoir engineering as part Thermodynamics
as a global approach including geology and Flow in porous media
drilling Rock mechanics
Day 2
Prerequisites: F. BOUNDARY CONDITIONS
Engineers or geoscientists Natural
The well
Duration:
5 days - 4 hours/day: can be adjusted to
attendees level and University planning

Language:
English
G. RESERVOIR ENGINEERING METHODS
French Analytical
Day 3 Simulation
Handouts: Mass balance
Copies of the slides Decline analysis
No electronic copies

H. DATA ACQUISITION PROBLEMATIC


Seismic
From wells
Day 4
I. MAIN RECOVERY MECHANISMS
Natural depletion
Water/gas injection
Polymer/surfactant injection

J. MISCIBLE GAS INJECTION

K. HEAVY OIL RECOVERY


Day 5
L. RESERVES CONCEPT

Examples

January 2017 - 52 -
INTRODUCTION TO RESERVOIR
GEOSCIENCES
Professor:
Basics in Reservoir Geology
Structural geology
Sedimentology
Day 1 Petroleum System

Quiz test day 1


Denis FRANCOIS

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Basics in Reservoir Geophysics
Objectives:
Reservoir Geoscience is the pillar of a field
development in the O&G industry. The aim of Basics about seismic signal
Seismic acquisition & processing
the course is to acquire the knowledge to Day 2 Time & Depth imaging
understand geosciences subsurface issues and
to assess accumulations, resources and 4D seismic
reserves evaluation of an O&G field. The
course cover the cutting-edge Reservoir Quiz test day 2
Geosciences principles and their application to
field development. The course will be Fundamentals in Petrophysics & Fluids
supported by industry examples and
applications.
Logging interpretation (lithology, porosity, saturation)
Who should attend: Formation pressures & Fluid contacts
- Master or PHD students in Petroleum Day 3 PVT analysis
Geology, Geophysics or Reservoir Oil shrinkage and gas expansion, GOR, CGR
- Junior professionals of the O&G industry

Prerequisites: Quiz test day 3


A background in Petroleum Geology,
Geophysics or Reservoir Engineering is
expected to attend the course Basics on O&G volumetric
A good understanding of English is also
required
Hydrocarbon in place calculation
Duration: Day 4 Basics on Recovery factor
Five days of 3 hours (total length 15 hours) Resources and reserves evaluation & classification
Duration and content of the course can be
Well testing principles and main applications
adapted and customized to the participants
Basics on Production & Decline Curve Analysis
technical background, requirements, interests
and needs.
Final quiz test
Language:
English
Power Point slides only in English Reservoir Geosciences case study

Handouts: Application of the studied concepts to a real field in the


One paper copy booklet (A4 size) in English Day 5 North Sea
No digital support provided (e.g. on CD or USB
key) due to data confidentiality
Final quiz results & Diploma Ceremony

January 2017 - 53 -
PETROLEUM GEOLOGY COURSE

Professor:
SEDIMENTARY BASINS & PETROLEUM SYSTEM
Genesis, Distribution, Types
Petroleum System Concept (Geological factors &
Day 1 Processes)
Basin History & Petroleum System
Michel GAILLARD Basins Types (Compression, Extension, Strike-Slip)

CV available on www.totalprof.com

Objectives: SOURCE ROCKS


To give a global & synthetic geological view
adapted to Hydrocarbons Exploration within Day 2 Description, Distribution through geological time
the sedimentary basins Potential, types, Maturity, Transformation ratio

Who should attend:


High school to Master/Phd

Prerequisites:

Duration: RESERVOIRS (Sandstones)


1 day to 1 week Characteristics: Porosity, Permeability, Diagenesis
Day 3
Reservoirs and Depositional environments (Fluvial,
Language: Deltaic, Deepwater)
English/French

Handouts:
Slides in English

MIGRATION, SEALS & TRAPS


Primary/Secondary HC Migrations
Day 4 Drainage area & Charging
Seals capacity & Leakage
Overpressures & Hydrofracturation

BASIN MODELLING & RISK ASSESSMENT


1D, 2D, 3D Basin modelling
Day 5 Prospect Resource Evaluation (Oil & Gas
Volumetrics)
Risk analysis

January 2017 - 54 -
REMOTE SENSING AND SPATIAL TECHNIQUES
APPLIED TO GEOSCIENCES

Professor:
Physics and Bases in Remote Sensing and Geomatics
Basic knowledge and bases in Physics, Optics, Atmosphere
transmission
Introduction to Remote Sensing, Electromagnetic Waves, Optical &
radar data
Day 1 Introduction to Geographic Information Systems
Review of satellite and aerial vectors

Jean-Paul XAVIER (Exercises)

CV available on www.totalprof.com
Processing of Remote Sensing and Geomatics Data
Objectives: Acquisition : global, free and commercial spatial data
The 5-day course will refer to the best practice Image processing and georeferencing of optical and Radar data
Management of global data and Big Data
for interpreting satellite images and aerial
photos, mainly oriented to Oil &Gas and
Day 2 Methodologies for analyzing multispectral / radar data
Geosciences activities. Geomorphology, morphostructural,
The course will include lectures, videos, Multispectral, hyperspectral
exercises, readings, oral presentations. Interferometry, polarization
It could be decline in French, Spanish or Oceanomorphology
English. (practical works)

Who should attend:


Bachelor/Master Students/PhD in Geology,
Geophysics or other Geosciences items Case Studies (mainly oriented to Oil & Gas activities)
(Geography, Oceanology, )
Structural geology, morphostructural and sedimentary analysis
Prerequisites: Day 3 Detailed geological and structural mapping
3D mapping,
Basic knowledge of Geology, physics, optics
and geosciences (practical works)
Good understanding of English or French or
Spanish

Duration: Case Studies (mainly oriented to Oil & Gas activities)


5 days, 30 Hours. (It can be increased to 10 Exploration : characterization of anomalies (onshore & offshore)
Geophysics : seismic acquisition
days with intensive practical work) Production, reservoir : surface movement monitoring
Environment : base line studies; pollution monitoring, safety, security,
Language: emergency surveys
French Day 4
English New perspectives for Remote Sensing applications in
Spanish Geosciences
Intrusion tracking, Real Time Monitoring; Landscape evolution, Smart City,
Crops and growth evolution, land-use/cover, Forest disease, gas and
Handouts: fire detection,
Printed booklets will be distributed.
Images prints for exercises
Future of Remote Sensing
R&D programs
Spatial programs upgrowth including smallsat and UAV vectors

Day 5
Scientific paper to be read, summarized and presented
Quiz
Certificate Ceremony
Evaluationof the course

January 2017 - 55 -
January 2017 - 56 -
Integrated Weeks

ONSHORE/OFFSHORE
DRILLING ACTIVITIES & TECHNIQUES

January 2017 - 57 -
January 2017 - 58 -
DRILLING ACTIVITIES & TECHNIQUES

Professors:

OVERVIEW & INTRODUCTION TO DRILLING


Day 1 TECHNIQUES

DATA ACQUISITION
Jean BRA and/or Alphonse GRYNKO

CVs available on www.totalprof.com

Objectives:
The primary objective is to provide students or PRESSURES IN WELLBORE
junior engineers with practical knowledge Day 2
complementing theoretical fundamentals DIRECTIONAL DRILLING (LV)

Who should attend:


Bachelor/Master students in petroleum or civil
& mechanical engineering

Prerequisites:
Good command of English required
WELL COMPLETION
Duration:
Basics standard programme Day 3
5 days x 3 hours RIG EQUIPMENT AND SELECTION

Basics standard programme + (A)


Advanced drilling topics
5 days x 5 hours
The programme can be customized to meet
different timing and/or student levels
DRILLING HAZARDS
Language:
English Day 4 WELL CONTROL (BLOWOUT PREVENTION)
French

Handouts:
Handouts with copies of slides presented will
be provided
Note: films, videos will be presented DRILLING ACTIVITIES & SAFETY

DRILLERS SKILLS & COMPETENCES

Quiz + test and corrections of the test


Day 5
A. Advanced drilling topics
(A) Well testing (DST)
(A) Supports for well servicing
(A) Offshore drilling
(A) Deepwater operations: overview

January 2017 - 59 -
OFFSHORE DRILLING:
TECHNIQUES & ACTIVITIES
Professors:

OVERVIEW & INTRODUCTION TO DRILLING


Day 1 TECHNICS (REMINDER)

PRESSURES IN WELLBORE
Jean BRA and/or Alphonse GRYNKO

CVs available on www.totalprof.com

Objectives:
The primary objective is to provide students or DIRECTIONAL DRILLING (BASICS)
junior engineers with practical knowledge
complementing theoretical fundamentals SITE AND METEO-OCEANO SURVEYS
Day 2
Who should attend: RIG SELECTION
Bachelor/Master students in petroleum or civil
& mechanical engineering

Prerequisites:
Basic knowledge of drilling activities
Good command of English required
OFFSHORE WELL CONSTRUCTION
Duration:
Basics standard programme OPERATION WITH INLAND BARGES AND TENDER-
5 days x 3 hours Day 3 RIGS (OPT.)
The programme can be customized to meet
different timing and/or student levels OPERATION WITH JACK-UP
Language:
English
French

Handouts:
Handouts with copies of slides presented will OPERATION WITH FLOATERS (SS & DS)
be provided
Note: films, videos will be presented Day 4 OFFSHORE DRILLING HAZARDS

OVERVIEW ON OFFSHORE-SUBSEA OPERATIONS

DRILLING & SAFETY


Day 5
DRILLER SKILLS AND COMPETENCES

Quiz + test and orrections of the test

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WELL ACTIVITIES INCLUDING
WELL COMPLETION & SERVICING
Professors:

INTRODUCTION ON DRILLING TECHNICS (REMINDER)


Day 1
DATA ACQUISITION
Jean BRA and/or Alphonse GRYNKO

CVs available on www.totalprof.com

Objectives:
The primary objective is to provide students or
junior engineers with practical knowledge
WELL COMPLETION
complementing theoretical Fundamentals
Day 2
Who should attend: WELL TESTING (DST)
Bachelor/Master students in petroleum or civil
& mechanical engineering

Prerequisites:
Basic knowledge of drilling activities
Good command of English required

Duration: FORMATION DAMAGES AND WELL PERFORMANCES


Basics standard programme
5 days x 3 hours Day 3 WELL INTERVENTIONS
The programme can be customized to meet
different timing and/or student levels

Language:
English
French
WELL ACTIVATION
Handouts:
Handouts with copies of slides presented will
WELL STIMULATION (ACIDIFICATION,
be provided.
Note: films, videos will be presented Day 4 FRACTURATION)

SUPPORTS FOR WELL SERVICING

DRILLING FOR SPECIAL WELLS :HP / HT, HEAVY OIL,


SAFETY ON WORKSITES
Day 5
Quiz + test and corrections of the test

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Integrated Weeks

EXTRA HEAVY OIL PRODUCTION

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EXTRA HEAVY CRUDE PRODUCTION

Professor:
RESERVOIR CONDITIONS, DRILLING TECHNIQUES
AND CRUDE QUALITY WHICH IMPACT THE DESIGN
OF SURFACE FACILITIES. COLD PRODUCTION
PATTERN
Day 1
PCPS, DILUENT INJECTION, GAS RECOVERY, WELL
HEAD PROCESS STRUCTURE
Daniel DUMAS

Exercise
CV available on www.totalprof.com

Objectives:
The objective is to provide engineers or CLUSTERS AND MAIN PIECES OF EQUIPMENT
engineers to be graduated with practical Multiphase pumps
knowledge complementing theoretical Well testing equipment
fundamentals Day 2 Equipment monitoring and protection

Who should attend: Exercise


Bachelor/master students in petroleum and Process conditions in a multiphase pump
chemical engineering

Prerequisites:
Good command of one of the four languages
proposed for this course
INTRODUCTION TO PROJECT STUDY
Review of the exercise results
Duration: Field development in terms of number of wells, clusters,
5 days (20 hours) Day 3 and multiphase pumps
Characteristics of global field production: GOR, water cut,
Language: hydraulic load for the extra heavy crude treatment plant,
English overall gas production
French
Spanish
Dutch

Handouts: EXTRA HEAVY CRUDE FIELD TREATMENT FACILITIES


Copy of the slides presented during the
Crude stabilization and dehydration
course
Day 4 Formation water treatment
Gas processing facilities
Sand disposal

REVIEW OF PROJECT STUDY RESULTS


Possibility for an additional project whose results would
be reviewed with the students at a later stage:
Day 5 Calculation of extra heavy crude production based on
global field mass/volume balance
Diluted extra heavy crude properties at plant outlet
Treatment plant gas balance

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January 2017 - 66 -
Integrated Weeks
OFFSHORE
STRUCTURES & PIPELINES

January 2017 - 67 -
January 2017 - 68 -
CONVENTIONAL OFFSHORE PIPELINES

Professors: A. PIPE FABRICATION


General
Steel manufacture
Linepipe fabrication technology (U.O.E. versus seamless)

Day 1 B. EXTERNAL PROTECTION


External protection with coatings
External protection with cathodic protection
Alain LEPAGE Michel FOUTEAU
Weight coating
Buckle arrestors
Films: Nogats, Esdep

C. CONVENTIONAL LAYING
Lay barge: pipe handling, storage, preparation, line up,
alignment, clamping and welding stations, tensionner,
Alain QUENELLE Jean-Michel DUMAY inspection, field joint, stinger
Day 2 Other vessels: anchor handling tugs, supply vessel, diving
CVs available on www.totalprof.com support vessel

Objectives: Films: Frigg (part 1), Nord Pipe, Sakhalin


To acquire technical and practical knowledge
on platforms and pipelines designed and
installed on conventional offshore (water
depth between 0 and 500 meters) D. NON CONVENTIONAL LAYING
J laying
Who should attend: Day 3 Towing (the 5 methods)
Bachelor/Master students in petroleum Reeling
engineering or civil engineering or mechanical
engineering Films: Rosa, Dalia

Prerequisites:
Good understanding of English required.
General background on oil industry and E. PROTECTION STABILIZATION AND CONNECTIONS
offshore production Protection: jetting, trenching, ploughing
Stabilization
Duration: Connections: welded connections (hyperbaric welding and
5 days x 3 hours but duration could be Day 4 above water welding), mechanical connections (flanges,
tailored to meet students levels and/or mechanical connections)
University program
Films will be shown, at each lecture Films: Frigg (part 2), Nord Pipe

Language:
English
French
EXAM
Handouts:
Paper booklet with a selection of the main RESULTS
Slides in English Day 5
Slides in Russian available Quick overlook on deep offshore

Films: Dalia Pazflor & Matterhorn

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CONVENTIONAL OFFSHORE
STRUCTURES
Professors:
A. DEFINITION
Historical aspects
Mobile platforms
Day 1 Fixed platforms: GBS and jacket
Classification

Films: Troll, Frigg, Dunbar


Alain LEPAGE Michel FOUTEAU

B. DESIGN
Loads
Basic design
Additional checks
Multidiscipline design

Day 2 C. FABRICATION
Alain QUENELLE Jean-Michel DUMAY Steel (high strength steel, brittle fracture)
Nodes (rolled plate nodes, casted nodes)
CVs available on www.totalprof.com Assembly (skidding beams, roll-up and bottles)
Load out (with or without the tide, sea-fastening)
Objectives:
To acquire technical and practical knowledge Film: North cormorant
on platforms and pipelines designed and
installed on conventional offshore (water
depth between 0 and 500 meters)
D. INSTALLATION: JACKET
Transport and sea-fastening
Who should attend: Launching (launching barge, rocker arm, positioning)
Bachelor/Master students in petroleum
engineering or civil engineering or mechanical
Day 3 Lifting (lifting barge, maximum lifting weight)
Foundations (pile installation driven pile insert pile bucket
engineering
foundation)
Film: Virgo
Prerequisites:
Good understanding of English required.
General background on oil industry and
offshore production E. INSTALLATION: TOPSIDES
Modules (small and large)
Duration: Hook-up and commissioning
5 days x 3 hours but duration could be
Integrated deck
tailored to meet students levels and/or Day 4 Installation inshore on GBS: mating
University program
Installation offshore: lifting, mating, float over
Films will be shown, at each lecture
Films: Amenam, Troll, Sakhalin, Dunbar
Language:
English
French
EXAM
Handouts:
Paper booklet with a selection of the main RESULTS
Slides in English Day 5
Slides in Russian available Quick overlook on deep offshore

Films: Dalia Pazflor & Matterhorn

January 2017 - 70 -
CONVENTIONAL OFFSHORE
STRUCTURES AND PIPELINES
Professors: A. DEFINITION
Historical aspects
Mobile platforms
Day 1 Fixed platforms: GBS and jacket
Classification

Films: Troll, Frigg, Dunbar


Alain LEPAGE Michel FOUTEAU B. DESIGN
Loads
Basic design
Additional checks
Multidiscipline design

Day 2 C. FABRICATION
Steel (high strength steel, brittle fracture)
nodes (rolled plate nodes, casted nodes)
Alain QUENELLE Jean-Michel DUMAY
Assembly (skidding beams, roll-up and bottles)
Load out (with or without the tide, sea-fastening)
CVs available on www.totalprof.com
Film: North Cormorant
Objectives:
To acquire technical and practical knowledge D. INSTALLATION: JACKET
on platforms and pipelines designed and Transport and sea-fastening
installed on conventional Offshore (water Launching (launching barge, rocker arm, positioning)
depth between 0 and 500 meters) Lifting (lifting barge, maximum lifting weight)
Day 3 Foundations (pile installation driven pile insert pile bucket
Who should attend: foundation)
Bachelor/Master students in petroleum
engineering or civil engineering or mechanical Film: Virgo
engineering or marine engineering
E. PIPE FABRICATION
Prerequisites: General
Good understanding of English required Steel manufacture
General background on oil industry and Pipe fabrication technology (UOE versus seamless)
offshore production
F. EXTERNAL PROTECTION
Duration: Day 4 External protection with coatings
5 days x 3 hours but duration could be External protection with cathodic protection
tailored to meet students levels and/or Weight coating
University program Buckle arrestors
Films will be shown, at each lecture
Films: ESDEP and Nogats
Language: G. CONVENTIONAL LAYING
English
Lay barge
French
Other vessels
Handouts:
Paper booklet with a selection of the main H. PROTECTION STABILIZATION AND CONNECTIONS
Slides in English
Day 5 Protection: jetting, trenching, ploughing
Slides in Russian available Stabilization
Connections (welded or with hyberbaric welding)

Films: Frigg, Nord Pipe


Exam
January 2017 - 71 -
CONVENTIONAL OFFSHORE FACILITIES

Professors: A. ENERGIES
Generalities: petroleum and other energies

B. PETROLEUM INDUSTRY
Generalities, production facilities
Day 1 Petroleum production
Introduction to refineries
Philippe JOSSE Alain QUENELLE Oil business

CVs available on www.totalprof.com Film: Austin

Objectives: C. PETROLEUM INDUSTRY ACTORS


To provide the language and a better Petroleum companies
understanding of oil and gas offshore industry Offshore actors companies
Offshore project organisation
Who should attend: Day 2
Engineers or students who want to choice or D. EQUIPMENTS ON PLATFORMS
to know the oil and gas offshore industry Introduction to oil process
Decks apparatus
Prerequisites:
Structural and engineering Film: ETPM

Duration: E. PLATFORMS STRUCTURES


4/5 days (5 hours a day) Conventional structures platforms
Fixed platforms
Language: Mobile platforms
French Day 3 Introduction to deep sea
English Safety and accidents
Decommissioning
Handouts:
Copy of the slides presented Film: Murchison

F. OFFSHORE PIPELINES
Pipelines fabrication
Pipelines laying
S laying
J laying
Non conventional laying
Day 4 Flexible pipes
Connections and stabilisation

Films: Frigg, Nogats

Continuous assessment

Day 5

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CONVENTIONAL & DEEP OFFSHORE:
PIPELINES
Professors: A. PIPE FABRICATION
General
Steel manufacture
Linepipe fabrication technology (U.O.E. versus seamless)

Day 1 B. EXTERNAL PROTECTION


External protection with coatings
External protection with cathodic protection
Alain LEPAGE Alain QUENELLE Jean-Michel DUMAY
Weight coating
Buckle arrestors
CVs available on www.totalprof.com
Films: ESDEP and/or Nogats
Objectives: C. CONVENTIONAL LAYING
To acquire technical and practical knowledge Lay barge (pipe handling, storage, preparation, line up,
on pipelines designed and installed on alignment, clamping and welding stations, tensionner,
conventional and deep offshore inspection, field joint, stinger)
Other vessels: anchor handling, tugs, supply vessel, diving
Who should attend: support vessel
Bachelor/Master students in petroleum
engineering or civil engineering or mechanical Day 2 D. PROTECTION STABILIZATION AND CONNECTIONS
engineering
Protection: jetting, trenching, ploughing
Stabilization
Prerequisites: Connections: welded connections (hyperbaric welding and
Good understanding of English required
above water welding), mechanical connections (flanges,
mechanical connections
Duration: Film: Frigg
5 days x 3 hours but duration could be
tailored to meet students levels and/or E. CHALLENGES
University program Geohazards
Films will be shown, at each lecture Flow assurance
Subsea production system
Language:
English Day 3 F. NON CONVENTIONAL LAYING
French J laying
Towing (the 5 methods)
Handouts: Reeling
Paper booklet with a selection of the main Films: Rosa, Nord Pipe
slides in English
Slides in Russian available G. S.U.R.F. (Subsea Umbilical, Risers, Flowlines)

H. INSTALLATION: MEANS AND METHODS


Challenges
Flowlines
Day 4 Bundles
Export lines
Flexible and umbilical
Subsea components
Moorings
Films: Girassol, Dalia

EXAM
Results of the exam
Day 5
Study cases (with films): Pazflor, Dalia

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CONVENTIONAL & DEEP OFFSHORE:
STRUCTURES
Professors: A. DEFINITION
Historical aspects
Mobile platforms = fixed platforms (jack-up, semisub, self -
positioning ship)
Fixed platforms
Day 1 Gravity base (steel or concrete)
Jacket
Classification
Alain LEPAGE Michel FOUTEAU
Films: Troll and Frigg
B. DESIGN
Loads
Basic design
Additional checks
Multi-discipline design
Alain QUENELLE Jean-Michel DUMAY Day 2 C. FABRICATION
Steel (high strength steel, Z Steel, brittle fracture)
CVs available on www.totalprof.com
Nodes (rolled plate nodes, casted nodes)
Assembly (skidding beams roll-up, bottles, Risers & J tubes)
Objectives: Load out (with or without the tide, sea-fastening)
To acquire technical and practical knowledge
on platforms designed and installed on Films: Dunbar, North Cormorant
conventional offshore and deep offshore
D. INSTALLATION: JACKET
Who should attend: Transport and sea-fastening
Bachelor/Master students in petroleum Launching (launching barge, rocker arm, positioning)
engineering or civil engineering or mechanical Lifting (lifting barge, maximum lifting weight)
engineering Day 3 Foundations (Mudmat, pile installation driven pile, insert
pile, bucket foundation)
Prerequisites:
Good understanding of English required Film: Virgo
General background on oil industry and
offshore production E. INTRODUCTION
Deep water areas
Duration: Deep offshore and TOTAL
5 days x 3 hours but duration could be
tailored to meet students levels and/or F. FLOATING SYSTEMS
University program Drill ship
Films will be shown, at each lecture Day 4 Semi-sub
Tension Leg Platform (T.L.P.)
Language: Spar
English F.P.S.O.
French

Handouts: Exam
Paper booklet with a selection of the main
Slides in English
Slides in Russian available RESULTS OF THE EXAM
Study cases with films
Day 5 Amenam
Girassol and/or Dalia
Matterhorn

January 2017 - 74 -
DEEP OFFSHORE PIPELINES

Professors:
A. PIPE FABRICATION
General
Steel manufacture
Linepipe fabrication technology (U.O.E. versus seamless)

Day 1 B. CHALLENGES
Geohazards
Alain LEPAGE Alain QUENELLE Jean-Michel DUMAY Flow assurance
Subsea production system
CVs available on www.totalprof.com
Films: ESDEP and/or Nogats
Objectives:
To acquire technical and practical knowledge
on pipelines designed and installed on deep C. ROV and AUV
and ultra deep offshore (water depth between Introduction
500 and 3000 meters) ROV (3 types: components, environment, works and
constraints)
Who should attend: Day 2 AUV (spread, components, AUV versus deep towing)
Bachelor/Master students in petroleum Economics (manufacturers, operators, cost, trends and
engineering or civil engineering or mechanical future)
engineering
Film: Troll
Prerequisites:
Good understanding of English required
General background on oil industry and D. NON CONVENTIONAL LAYING
offshore production J laying
Towing (the 5 methods)
Duration: Reeling
4 days x 4 hours but duration could be Day 3
tailored to meet students levels and/or E. S.U.R.F. (Subsea Umbilical, Risers, Flowlines)
University program
Films will be shown, at each lecture
Films: Rosa, Girassol, Independance
Language:
English F. INSTALLATION: MEANS AND METHODS
French Challenges
Flowlines
Handouts: Bundles
Paper booklet with a selection of the main Export lines
slides in English Day 4 Flexible and umbilical
Slides in Russian available Subsea components
Moorings

Films: Dalia, Canyon Express


Exam

Day 5

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DEEP OFFSHORE STRUCTURES

Professors: A. DEFINITION - CLASSIFICATION


Historical aspects
Mobile platforms versus fixed platforms,
Fixed platforms versus floating structures

B. DYNAMICS
Day 1 The phenomenon (description, different ways to limit the
Alain LEPAGE Alain QUENELLE Jean-Michel DUMAY phenomenon, secondary effects)
Application to onshore classical structures (lattice,
CVs available on www.totalprof.com chimneys bridges)
Application to offshore structures (flare, jackets, pipelines)
Objectives:
To acquire technical and practical knowledge Film: Tacoma
on pipelines designed and installed on deep
and ultra deep offshore (water depth between C. GEOHAZARDS
500 and 3000 meters) Definitions
The 3 different surveys
Who should attend: Multi-discipline design
Bachelor/Master students in petroleum
engineering or civil engineering or mechanical D. ROV AND AUV
engineering Introduction
Day 2 ROV (3 types, components, environment, works &
Prerequisites: constraints)
Good understanding of English required AUV (Spread, Components, AUV versus Deep towing)
General background on oil industry and Economics (manufacturers, operators, cost, trends and
offshore production future)

Duration: Film: Troll


4 or 5 days x 3 hours but duration could be
tailored to meet students levels and/or E. CLASSIFICATION
University program Deep water areas
Films will be shown, at each lecture Deep offshore and TOTAL

Language: Day 3 F. FLOATING SYSTEMS (PART 1)


English Drill ship
French Semi-sub
Tension Leg Platform (T.L.P.)
Handouts:
Paper booklet with a selection of the main Films: Independence and Matherhorn
slides in English
Slides in Russian available FLOATING SYSTEMS (PART 2)
Spars
FPSO
Day 4
Films: Neptune, Girassol, Dalia, Pazflor
Exam

Day 5

January 2017 - 76 -
DEEP OFFSHORE
STRUCTURE AND PIPELINES
Professors: A. DEFINITION - CLASSIFICATION
Historical aspects
Mobile platforms versus fixed platforms
Fixed platforms versus floating structures

B. ROV and AUV


Day 1 Introduction
ROV (3 types, components, environment, works and
Alain LEPAGE Alain QUENELLE Jean-Michel DUMAY constraints)
AUV (spread, components, AUV versus deep towing)
CVs available on www.totalprof.com Economics (manufacturers, operators, cost, trends and
future)
Objectives:
To acquire technical and practical knowledge Film: Troll
on platforms and pipelines designed and
installed on deep offshore (water depth C. CLASSIFICATION
between 500 and 3000 meters) Deep water areas
Deep offshore and TOTAL
Who should attend:
Bachelor/Master students in petroleum Day 2 D. FLOATING SYSTEMS
engineering or civil engineering or mechanical Semi-sub
engineering Tension Leg Platform (T.L.P.)
SPAR
Prerequisites: FPSO
Good understanding of English required
General background on oil industry and Films: Independence, Neptune and Matherhorn
offshore production E. CHALLENGES
Geohazards
Duration: Flow assurance
5 days x 3 hours but duration could be Day 3 Subsea production system
tailored to meet students levels and/or
University program
Films will be shown at each lecture. F. S.U.R.F. (Subsea Umbilical, Risers, Flowlines)

Language: Films: Girassol and Dalia


English
French G. NON CONVENTIONAL LAYING
J laying
Handouts: Day 4 Towing (the 5 methods)
Paper booklet with a selection of the main Reeling
slides in English
Slides in Russian available Film: Rosa

H. INSTALLATION: MEANS AND METHODS


Flowlines
Bundles
Export lines
Flexible and umbilical
Day 5 Subsea components
Moorings

Exam
Films: Canyon Express and Pazflo

January 2017 - 77 -
CHALLENGING STRUCTURAL PROBLEMS:
DEEP OFFSHORE, DECOMMISSIONING, ARCTIC

Professor: DEEP OFFSHORE


Technical challenges
Offshore areas, dynamic dilemma, geohazards, decision
trees
Underwater robotics
ROV and AUV swimmer
Day 1 Compliant tower
Definition and references
Alain QUENELLE TLP
Classic et mini TLP
CV available on www.totalprof.com
Films: Tambua Landana, Matherhorn
Objectives:
To acquire better knowledge of the structural DEEP OFFSHORE
problems dealing with deep offshore, Spar
decommissioning and Arctic Classical truss and cell spar advantages and drawbacks
To have a good comprehension of the Floating supports
different solutions with advantages and FPU, APSO, FDPSO and FLNG
Day 2 Pro & Con of the different solutions
drawbacks
Wet trees versus dry trees, spread mooring versus turret
Who should attend: mooring: advantages and drawbacks
Master students in petroleum engineering or
civil engineering or mechanical engineering or Films: Neptune, Tahiti, Perdido, Dalia, Pazflor
marine engineering
DECOMMISSIONING
Facts, figures and regulations
Prerequisites: Gulf of Mexico, North Sea, IMO and Ospar
Good understanding of English required
Some examples
General background on oil industry, structural,
North Sea: Brent Moureen, Froy, Ekofisk
mechanical and offshore production Day 3 Gulf of Mexico: Green Canyon
Case study: Frigg
Duration: Topsides, jacket, sea lines. Onshore disposal
5 days x 3 hours
Duration could be tailored to meet students
Film: Frigg
level
Films will be shown at each lecture ARCTIC
General
Language: Geography and geopolitics, existing facilities, challenges
English Ice
French Sea and territorial ice, stresses and deformations, ice
Day 4 management
Handouts: Winterization
3 handouts with the selection of the main Why, where and how to winterize, Design aspects
slides in English
Films: Ice management, Ice survey
ARCTIC
Arctic codes
Why an international code
HSE
Key environmental features: health safety
Day 5 Shtokman
The preproject

Film: Shtokman
Exam

January 2017 - 78 -
OFFSHORE STRUCTURE DESIGN

Professor:

OBJECTIVES

Day 1 DEFINITIONS

CLASSIFICATION
Michel FOUTEAU

CV available on www.totalprof.com

Objectives:
To give an overview of general topics related
to offshore structure design
CODES and STANDARDS
Who should attend: Day 2
Bachelor/Master students in petroleum IN SERVICE DESIGN
engineering or civil engineering or mechanical
engineering

Prerequisites:
Good understanding of English required
General background on oil industry and
offshore production
OFFSHORE STRUCTURE DESIGN EXERCISE
Duration: ANALYSIS OF THE RESULTS
5 days x 3 hours but duration could be Day 3
tailored to meet students level and/or PRE-SERVICE DESIGN
University program
Some films will be shown to illustrate
developed topics

Language:
English ACCIDENTAL CASES
French
MODELLING, ANALYSIS AND SOFTWARES
Handouts:
Paper booklet with a selection of the main Day 4
slides in English DESIGN STEPS

STRUCTURAL DELIVERABLES

CONCLUSIONS

Day 5 Exam (if requested)

Debriefing

January 2017 - 79 -
DEEP WATER SUBSEA SYSTEMS

Professor:
1. INTRODUCTION TO DEEP OFFSHORE
DEVELOPMENTS
Oil & gas fields overview
Day 1 Deep offshore
Main production systems
Development main phases
Subsea project strategies
Olivier ROCHE

CV available on www.totalprof.com
2. PRODUCTION AND FLOW ASSURANCE
Objectives: Introduction
To give an overview of oil & gas deep-water
Subsea production
fields, focusing on subsea systems
Hydrate risk management
Includes a review of major constraints and Day 2 Slug management
current technology as well as new designs
Sand management
Highlight main drivers for subsea systems
Other flow assurance issues
definition, project development and field
Summary - Highlights
operation

Who should attend:


Bachelors/MSc students in petroleum
engineering, civil engineering or mechanical 3. SUBSEA ARCHITECTURE AND LAYOUTS
engineering Objectives
Main constraints
Prerequisites: Day 3 Main conceptual options
Basic knowledge of mechanical engineering Subsea layout definition process
and fluid mechanics Development strategy - Project phasing and upside
General background on oil & gas production management
Good understanding of English

Duration:
5 days with 4 hours per day 4. SUBSEA SYSTEMS
Duration could be adjusted to student levels Generals - Safety - Production availability
Production system
Language: Day 4 Water & gas injection system
English Oil & gas export
French Instrumentation and control system
Chemical injection
Handouts: Main equipment overview
Paper booklet with slides (2 per page)
Slides are in English
5. SUBSEA FIELD OPERATION
Offshore installation and commissioning
Main subsea operation activities(start-up, shut down,
current production)
Safety concept, integrity management
Day 5 Subsea maintenance and repair, subsea interventions

6. SUMMARY & CONCLUSIONS


Review of main topics - Questions

Exam

January 2017 - 80 -
STEEL MATERIALS FOR OFFSHORE
STRUCTURES AND PIPELINES
Professor:
A. METALLURGY - FUNDAMENTALS
Equilibrium diagrams, constituents of annealed steels
Quenching phenomenon, constituents of quenched steels
Factors acting on physical properties of steels
Brittle fracture, steel ageing

Day 1 B. MANUFACTURE OF STEEL AND PRODUCTS -


Roland METZ GENERAL
Production chain of the iron industry
CV available on www.totalprof.com Iron making, steel making, steel casting, steel rolling, steel
heat treatment
Objectives: As-delivery conditions of steels
To acquire technical and practical knowledge Products manufacturing flow chart
on steel metallurgy, fabrication, properties
and selection for use in offshore steel C. STEEL PLATE FABRICATION
structures and pipelines Steel quality, rolling and cutting
Ultrasonic inspection of plates
Who should attend:
Bachelor/Master students in offshore
D. PIPE FABRICATION
petroleum engineering Day 2 Types of pipes: UOE, seamless, ERW, spiral, rolled bend,
Prerequisites: press bend pipes
Standard size ranges of pipes and tubes
Knowledge of usual laboratory tests made on
Non-Destructive Testing (NDT)
steel materials (impact tests, tensile tests, ...)
Pipe cost comparison
Duration: E. STRUCTURAL STEELS
5 days x 3h30. Duration may be tailored to
Special features, as-delivery conditions
meet students level and/or University
Structural tubulars, rolled sections/shapes
program. On request, an examination may be
Structural steels through standards and specifications
held on the last day
Day 3 Selection of structural steels in regard to brittle fracture,
forming, weldability, etc.
Language: Sourcing of steels, mill certificates
English
Practical exercise
Handouts:
1 hand-out (190 pages approx) which includes
the overheads displayed during the course F. LINE PIPE STEELS - GENERAL USE
Special features, factors to consider, steel chemistry, as-
delivery conditions
Day 4 Fabrication processes/steel grades/wall thicknesses
Line pipes through standards and specifications
Line pipes to resist general corrosion and pitting corrosion

G. LINE PIPE STEELS - SOUR SERVICE


The 3 main types of cracking in steel
Mechanism and special features of HIC in base metal
Mechanism and special features of SSC in base metal and
weld
Day 5 Definition of sour environments through standards
Remedies to HIC and SSC
H2S embrittlement tests

Practical exercise

January 2017 - 81 -
ARCTIC STRUCTURES

Professor: A. GENERAL OVERVIEW


Geography and Geopolitics
Existing facilities
Some technical challenges
Day 1 B. ICE (PART 1)
General introduction
Sea Ice
Alain QUENELLE

Films: Polar bears, Bad weather, Iceberg diving


CV available on www.totalprof.com

Objectives: C. ICE (PART 2)


To acquire technical and practical knowledge Deformations
on structures designed and installed on Terrestrial ice
offshore Arctic areas Ice management
Day 2
Who should attend: D. WINTERIZATION
Bachelor/Master students in petroleum Definition why? Where? And how to winterize?
engineering or civil engineering or mechanical
engineering Films: Iceberg Towing, Keel view

Prerequisites: E. ARCTIC CODES


Good understanding of English required
Why an international standard?
General background on oil industry and
WG 8 general progress
offshore production

Duration: Day 3 F. HSE


4 or 5 days x 4 hours but duration could be Key environmental features
tailored to meet students levels and/or Health and safety
University program
Films will be shown at each lecture Films: Extreme engineering (Sakhalin)

Language:
English
French G. SHTOKMAN
Project description
Handouts: Main technical challenges
Paper booklet with a selection of the main Day 4
Slides in English Film: Karhiaga
Exam

Day 5

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OILFIELD
DEVELOPMENT

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OIL FIELD DEVELOPMENT -
AN INTEGRATED APPROACH
Professors:
RESERVOIR GEOLOGY - LOG ANALYSIS: (MM)
Introduction to reservoir geology
Reservoir rocks
From source to reservoir
Porosity and permeability
Reservoir parameters relationships
Fluid distribution
Jean BRA Alphonse GRYNKO
Reservoir heterogeneities. OIP evaluation
Logging tools - electrical logs
Logging tools - porosity tools
Log analysis
Lithology identification
Porosity & water saturation
Identification of reservoir fluids

Quiz - Test
Etienne MOREAU Max MILLE

Day DRLLING TECHNIQUES & ACTIVITIES


CVs available on www.totalprof.com
1 (JB or AG or JCN)
Objectives: Overview on drilling activities
This two-weeks integrated course addresses 3G data acquisition
the fundamentals and practical aspects used in Pressures in wellbore
reservoir geology, reservoir engineering and Rig selection
drilling equipment & techniques needed to to Drilling hazards
develop an oil & gas reservoir Well completion
Formation damages
Who should attend: Well stimulation
Bachelor and/or Master students Drilling with jack-up (opt)
in petroleum engineering in geosciences Day Drilling operations & safety (opt)
Blowout prevention
Prerequisites: 10
Good command of English required Quiz - Test

Duration:
2 continuous weeks
10 days x 5 hours/day
RESERVOIR ENGINEERING: (EM)
Introduction
Language: Reservoir engineering data and methods of study
English Oil & gas well behaviour
French Flow properties in stock and reservoir conditions
Productivity index & pressure draw down
Handouts: Well test analysis
Handouts with copies of slides presented Production mechanisms
will be provided Natural depletion and material balance equation
Note: films, videos will be presented Pressure maintenance and water injection
Enhanced oil recovery
Field development
Reserve concept and field development plan
Field development methodology
Field development and reservoir monitoring

Quiz - Test

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INTRODUCTION TO OIL & GAS
DEVELOPMENT & PRODUCTION
Professor: OIL & GAS BUSINESS BACKGROUND
Energy demand & HC importance
Main phases of E&P activities
A few definitions
Associations
Day 1 Host government contracts basis

RESERVOIR ENG. BASIS


Eric DE MERVILLE Reservoir engineering
Recovery & reserves
CV available on www.totalprof.com Reservoir modelling

Objectives: WELL DRILLING & COMPLETION


To provide a wide introduction to the Well design & drilling techniques
upstream oil & gas industry, from general Type of drilling rigs
aspects to field development evaluation, and Development wells completions
project management principles Day 2
SURFACE PRODUCTION FACILITIES
Who should attend: Oil & gas treatments
University or engineering students, Water injection & production water
business school students Utilities & offsites

Prerequisites:
Good English understanding
OFFSHORE PRODUCTION FACILITIES
Fixed platforms
Duration: Floating platforms and deep offshore
4 to 5 days, 3 to 4 hours/day (adjustable to
students level & time available) Day 3
UNCONVENTIONAL OIL&GAS PRODUCTION
Language: Heavy oil, Tar sands, Tight and shale oil
English Tight gas, CBM, Shale gas
French

Handouts:
Documents in English OIL & GAS FIELD DEVELOPMENT EVALUATION
Paper copy of the presentations Appraisal & preliminary studies
Conceptual studies & pre-project
Cost estimation
Risk analysis
Day 4 Environmental studies
Economical analysis
Final investment decision
Example of a Middle East offshore & onshore gas
development

PROJECT MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES


Contractual strategy
Management team organisations
Day 5 Project planning & cost control
Project example: a deep offshore development

Test

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FUNDAMENTALS ON OIL & GAS
EXPLORATION & PRODUCTION
Professors:
ENERGY
Basics on energy consumption and supply. Review of main
energy sources. Oil & gas within the global energy picture

Day 1 OIL & GAS EXPLORATION


Hydrocarbons definition and uses. Basics on hydrocarbon
formation process, geology & geophysics, and exploration
Eric Joly Bernard Fourcade drilling

CVs available on www.totalprof.com

Objectives: OIL & GAS PRODUCTION


To acquire a basic knowledge of the oil & gas Basics on field development and production processes for
industry, mostly its upstream part, in terms of both onshore and offshore environments, i.e.: production
objectives, history and processes mechanisms, wells, treatment facilities
Day 2
Who should attend: PETROLEUM HISTORY
Anyone who wants to reinforce his Review of the main events which influenced petroleum
background on energy in general, and more industry
specifically on oil and gas

Prerequisites: DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY


None
Industrys definition of resources and reserves. Reserves
renewal strategies. Review of main contractual schemes.
Duration: Basics on field development plans and related economics
4 to 5 days (can be adjusted accordingly)
Day 3
Language: NATURAL GAS
English Basics on natural gas production chain. Review of
French worldwide gas markets and of some major gas
development projects
Handouts:
A hard copy of the slides used for the
NON CONVENTIONAL RESOURCES
presentations can be provided
Definition of non-conventional resources. Basics on
development and production techniques for such
resources
Day 4
TEST
A multiple choice questions (MCQ) test is proposed
to the participants in order to appreciate the skills they
have acquired

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
Review of main sustainable development issues for oil and
gas industry. Possible outlooks for the industrys future
Day 5
CONCLUSION
Recap of main topics covered during the whole session.
Feedback from the participants

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SUBSEA DEVELOPMENTS
IN DEEP WATER
Professor: EVOLUTION OF SUBSEA TECHNOLOGY
Safety, history, world records, global deepwater and
subsea spending

FIELD DEVELOPMENT ENGINEERING


Day 1 Key selection criteria, flow assurance, pipelines and risers
design, subsea hardware selection, FEED, contracting
strategy
Jean-Michel DUMAY

CV available on www.totalprof.com PLATFORM SELECTION


SPAR, semi-submersible, FPSO, tension leg platform, FLNG
Objectives:
To acquire technical and practical knowledge SUBSEA HARDWARE
on subsea developments on conventional and Market, subsea Xmas trees, manifold, tie-ins, multiphase
deep offshore pumping, subsea processing, work-over

Who should attend: SUBSEA CONTROL AND UMBILICALS


Bachelor/Master students in petroleum Day 2 Topsides control system, control modules, umbilical design
engineering or civil engineering or and fabrication, umbilical hardwares
mechanical engineering
RIGID FLOWLINES
Prerequisites: Design, material, Slay, Jlay, Reel lay, bottom tow
Good understanding of English required

Duration: FLEXIBLE FLOWLINES


5 days but duration could be tailored to meet History, market, design, fabrication, installation, flexible vs
students levels and/or University program. rigid
Films will be shown at each lecture Day 3
RISER SYSTEMS
Language: Design, flexible, SCR, hybrid, others
English
French

Handouts:
Paper booklet with a selection of the main CASE STUDIES
slides in English
SUBSEA INSTALLATION
Day 4 Mooring, heavy lift, stabilisation, shore approach, crossing

Quiz

SUBSEA FUTURE AND TRENDS


Renewable energy sources, hywind, subsea mining,
emergency containment system
Day 5
Exam results
Celebrations

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OFFSHORE FIELD DEVELOPMENT
CONCEPTS AND FACILITIES
FROM CONVENTIONAL TO DEEPWATER
Professor:

A. CONVENTIONAL OFFSHORE FIELDS


Field development architecture
Day 1 Platforms
Sealines

Jean-Louis IDLOVICI

CV available on www.totalprof.com

Objectives: B. OFFSHORE DEEPWATER FIELDS


To get familiarized with offshore oil and gas What is different in deepwater?
field development concepts and facilities. The Day 2 Development concepts
course covers shallow water applications Deepwater platforms
(conventional offshore) as well as the Subsea production systems
deepwater domain. The course is illustrated by
the presentation of actual large upstream
projects including film screening of each
project

Who should attend: C. OFFSHORE DEEPWATER FIELDS


Engineering school students Flowlines and risers
Day 3 Export systems
Prerequisites: ROVs
Engineering background Subsea processing

Duration:
12 to 20 hours, adjustable according
to time constraints D. PROJECT EXAMPLES
Number of days also adjustable according to
(PROJECT PRESENTATION + FILM)
daily timing
Presentations of following actual large oil & gas
Language: projects are made as course goes along to illustrate
English the content of the course
French Amenam (offshore Nigeria)
Girassol (offshore deepwater Angola)
Handouts: Day 4 Dalia (offshore deepwater Angola)
Paper copy of Powerpoint presentations Matterhorn (offshore deepwater Gulf of Mexico)
Documents in English Canyon Express (offshore deepwater Gulf of Mexico)

E. GROUP WORK
Can be organised on request

F. EXAM
Quiz with multiple choice questions

Day 5

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OFFSHORE FIELD DEVELOPMENTS
AND FACILITIES
Professor:
INTRODUCTION
Main phases of E&P activities
Offshore versus onshore
Oil & gas production schemes
Day 1
OFFSHORE DRILLING FACILITIES
Drilling operations and equipments
Daniel SAINCRY Types of drilling rigs

CV available on www.totalprof.com

Objectives: PRODUCTION/PROCESS
To provide general information about the Well effluent, oil treatment/gas treatment,
process and technologies involved for the Production water treatment
development of oil and gas fields and perform
detailed review of the various concepts of Day 2 OFFSHORE FACILITIES
offshore facilities and their design and Fixed platforms
construction Conventional - Jacket + desk, compliant tower
Concrete platforms Gbs, jack ups
Who should attend:
Students from universities or engineering
colleges, Master level or post graduate FLOATING SUPPORTS
TLPs, Spars, semis
Prerequisites:
Some knowledge of oil & gas industry
is advisable but not mandatory.
ULTRA DEEP OFFSHORE
Also reasonable level in English is necessary Day 3 FPSOs, subsea
(presentation with interpreter possible)
SEALINES
Duration:
5 days with 3 to 4 hours a day + Project examples, presentations and videos

Language:
English
French
INTRODUCTION TO PLATFORMS DESIGN
Handouts:
Pdf copy of the slides and or paper copy of the Day 4
presentation + Project examples, presentations and videos
Slides in English

PLATFORMS FABRICATION
Focus on Arctic developments
Day 5
+ Project examples, presentations and videos

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OFFSHORE FIELD DEVELOPMENTS,
PROCESS, CONCEPTS AND FACILITIES
Professor: OIL & GAS BUSINESS BACKGROUND
Overall business review
Main phases of E&P activities
Day 1 Oil & gas project concept & general

CHARACTERISTICS
Associations & petroleum contracts
Daniel SAINCRY
GEOSCIENCES
Petroleum systems
CV available on www.totalprof.com
Seismics
Reservoir
Objectives: Reservoir engineering
To provide general information about the
process and technologies involved for the Day 2
development of oil and gas fields and perform DRILLING AND COMPLETION
detailed review of the various concepts of Well design
offshore facilities and their design and Drilling techniques
construction Types of drilling rigs
Completion equipment
Who should attend:
Students from universities or engineering PRODUCTION BASICS
colleges, Master level or post graduate Well effluents treatments

Prerequisites: OFFSHORE FACILITIES


Some knowledge of oil & gas industry Fixed platforms
is advisable but not mandatory Day 3 Conventional - jacket + desk
Also reasonable level in English is necessary Compliant tower
(presentation with interpreter possible) Concrete platforms Gbs
Mobile platforms, jack ups
Duration:
5 days with 3 to 4 hours a day + Project examples, presentations and videos

Language:
English OFFSHORE FACILITIES
French
FLOATING SUPPORTS
Handouts: Day 4 TLPs, Spars, semis
Pdf copy of the slides and or paper copy of the Ultra deep offshore
presentation FPSOs, subsea
Slides in English
+ Project examples, presentations and videos

FIELD DEVELOPMENT DECISION PROCESS


Appraisal phase & preliminary studies
Conceptual studies
Pre-project studies

Day 5 PROJECT MANAGEMENT OVERVIEW


Contractual strategy
Project execution plan & project organisations
Planning, HSE, cost control, quality control

+ Project examples, presentations and videos

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FPSO FOR DEEP SEA DEVELOPMENT

Professor:

DEEP SEA DEVELOPMENTS INTRODUCTION

Day 1 EXAMPLE OF DEVELOPMENTS

FPSO FUNCTIONS
Francis SAINT-MARTIN

CV available on www.totalprof.com

Objectives:
To present:
The main functions of an FPSO
FPSO FUNCTIONS (CONTINUED)
The main equipment of production
Sub-sea Day 2
FPSO TOPSIDES INTEGRATION
Who should attend:
University students with 3 years of petroleum
study

Prerequisites:
Basics of production of wells, of effluents
process, of the storage of oil
FPSO TOPSIDES INTEGRATION (CONTINUED)
Duration:
15 hours (5 x 3 hours) including 2h test MCQ Day 3
Multiple choices Quiz MOORING MEANS

Language:
English
French
Spanish

Handouts:
Presentation courses with Powerpoint files SUBSEA : FUNCTIONS AN MAIN EQUIPMENT
Delivery of colour papers course materials
Day 4 SUBSEA ROV MAIN OPERATIONS

SUBSEA ROV MAIN OPERATIONS (CONTINUED)


Day 5
Test MCQ and correction

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FPSO DEEP OFFSHORE OIL TERMINAL

Professor:

Day 1 Oil terminal functions

Francis SAINT-MARTIN

CV available on www.totalprof.com

Objectives:
To transmit the fundamentals concerning the
functions of an FPSO relating to an oil terminal
in the deep sea Day 2 FPSO Deep Offshore Oil terminals functions

Who should attend:


4th year Master students

Prerequisites:
Good English level
Basic knowledge of oil production
FPSO Deep Offshore Oil terminals functions
Duration:
5 days courses in one week (continue)
3 hours per day Day 3
Fundamentals of oil treatment
Language:
Slides of Presentations in:
English
French

Courses in :
English
Spanish
French Fundamentals of oil treatment (continue)
Day 4
Handouts:
Slides of Presentations in Microsoft
PowerPoint
For each student: one hard color copy
Videos animations

Crude oil tanker loading buoy export system


Day 5 description

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CORROSION

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CORROSION AND ITS CONTROL
IN OIL AND GAS PRODUCTION
Professor: INTRODUCTION TO OIL AND GAS PRODUCTION

HUMAN ROLE IN CORROSION FAILURES

Day 1 CORROSION MECHANISMS - RAISONS WHY METALS


CORRODE

Yves GUNALTUN INTERNAL CO2 AND H2S METAL LOSS CORROSION


Mechanism, prediction
CV available on www.totalprof.com
CONTROL OF INTERNAL CO2 AND H2S METAL LOSS
Objectives: CORROSION
Provide bases for the understanding of Material selection, chemical treatments, design, internal
different corrosion mechanisms coating, internal cathodic protection
Explain corrosion control and corrosion
monitoring systems for both external and
BACTERIA CORROSION AND ITS CONTROL
internal corrosions experienced in oil and gas Day 2
production facilities
CORROSION - EROSION AND EROSION AND THEIR
Who should attend: CONTROL
Graduate students
Senior undergraduate students UTILITIES USING SEA WATER AND MATERIAL
Young corrosion engineers SELECTION
Engineers involved in inspection and
maintenance
Engineers involved in design
HYDROGEN EMBRITTLEMENT BY H2S
HIC, SSC, SCC, SOHIC, prevention of hydrogen
Prerequisites: embrittlement, NACE MR 01 75/ISO 15156
Good knowledge in: Day 3 CORROSION MONITORING AND INSPECTION
Chemistry
Thermodynamic Inspection, different types of monitoring tools, monitoring
Materials of metal loss corrosion and erosion, monitoring of
hydrogen diffusion in presence of H2S
Duration:
Course duration can be 1 to 5 days depending
on the request EXTERNAL CORROSION - MECHANISMS
Soil corrosion, atmospheric corrosion, sea water corrosion
Language:
English
PREVENTION OF EXTERNAL CORROSION BY
French Day 4 PAINTING AND COATINGS
Metallic coating for prevention of atmospheric corrosion,
Handouts: painting for prevention of atmospheric corrosion, pipeline
Copy of the Powerpoint presentation
and riser coatings, field joint coatings

PREVENTION OF EXTERNAL CORROSION BY


CATHODIC PROTECTION
Mechanism, principals, different types of cathodic
Day 5 protection, sacrificial anodes and their characteristics,
cathodic protection and coating, design of sacrificial
anodes, design of impressed current systems, CP
interferences

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CORROSION CONTROL
IN OIL & GAS INDUSTRY
Professor:
BASICS FOR CORROSION CONTROL
Chemical
Operation
Day 1 Metallurgy
Non destructive tests

Arnaud GUYOT CORROSION & WELDING

CV available on www.totalprof.com

Objectives:
Provide basis for corrosion identification
Provide basis for corrosion control
CORROSION IDENTIFICATION
Mechanical and metallurgical failure mechanisms
Provide vocabulary, references, best
practices, rules of thumb, practical tools Day 2 Uniform or localized loss of thickness
High temperature corrosion
Being able to discuss with corrosion specialists
Environment assisted cracking
Being able to understand and challenge
corrosion specialists recommendation
Handle most common corrosion issues by your
own

Who should attend:


Anyone interested in oil and gas production,
corrosion, corrosion control and monitoring CORROSION MONITORING
systems, design of oil and gas production
facilities maintenance and inspection of oil Day 3 CORROSION MANAGEMENT
and gas production facilities Risk based inspection (RBI)
Fitness for service (FFS)
Prerequisites:
None

Duration:
Adjustable (usually 5 days)
CORROSION MITIGATION
Language: Corrosion inhibition
English Painting, clads, lining
French Day 4 Cathodic protection

Handouts: WORK EXAMPLES


Powerpoint
Exercise
Picture
Video

CONCLUSIONS

Day 5 QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

QUIZZ

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PROJECT MANAGEMENT

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OIL & GAS
PROJECT MANAGEMENT
Professor:
INTRODUCTION TO OIL & GAS EXPLORATION AND
PRODUCTION

Day 1 MAIN CHARACTERISTICS OF OIL & GAS PROJECTS


Project phases
Project organisation
Project execution plan
Michel FOUTEAU

CV available on www.totalprof.com
ETHICS
Objectives:
The course will present the typical CONTRACTUAL STRATEGY
environment and the main challenges of the
management of an oil & gas development Day 2 MAIN TYPES OF CONTRACTS
project
Videos will illustrate the presentation. CONTRACT CONDITIONS (GENERAL & PARTICULAR)
Exercises will be proposed

Who should attend: CALL FOR TENDER PROCEDURE


Bachelor/Master students in engineering
(petroleum, civil, chemistry, mechanical) PURCHASING
Purchasing strategy
Prerequisites: Long lead items/spare parts
Technical or project management background Vendor assistance
Incoterms 2010
Duration: Day 3
5 days x 3 hours, but duration (and
QUALITY ASSURANCE AND QUALITY CONTROL
contents) could be tailored to meet students
Precommissioning
levels and/or University program
Commissioning
Start-up
Language:
English
French
WORK BREAKDOWN STRUCTURE
Handouts: Project scheduling preparation and follow-up
Paper booklet with a selection of the main Project budget preparation and follow-up
slides in English or in French
Day 4 RISK MANAGEMENT

COMMUNICATION (DOCUMENTATION, MEETINGS,


REPORTS) AND HUMAN ASPECTS

OIL & GAS PROJECT EXAMPLES


Day 5
Test/quiz

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DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS
CONTRACTS, PURCHASING, QUALITY CONTROL

Professor:
THE ORGANIZATION OF PROJECTS
It will present the key issues of a project and different
project organizations which can be found in the oil industry
Business ethics matters will be discussed in this chapter
Day 1
CONTRACTUAL STRATEGY GENERALITIES
The objectives of a contractual strategy, its importance in
Gabriel FERNET the overall project management system and the factors to
be taken into account will be discussed
CVs available on www.totalprof.com

Objectives: CONTRACTUAL STRATEGY - MAIN TYPES OF


The course will present the constraints, CONTRACT
challenges and industry practices in Main types of contract will be explained and compared
connection with the contracts, purchasing and
quality control activities performed during
hydrocarbon fields developments
Day 2 GENERALITIES ABOUT CONTRACT
Review of contract definition and general principles,
Who should attend: contract documents: agreement, annexes, exhibits, call for
tender procedure, operator and contractor objectives, risks
Bachelor/Master students in engineering
in contract performance
(petroleum, civil, chemistry, mechanical ) or
projects management
CONTRACT PARTICULAR CONDITIONS
Prerequisites: Review of key contract conditions such as:
Technical or project management background Contract law and arbitration
Independent contractor
Duration: Day 3 Work time schedule
5 days, 6 hours per day Contract price
Can be tailored to meet students level and/or Variation orders
University program Force majeure and hardship
Warranty period
Language:
English QUALITY CONTROL
French It will present the quality assurance, quality control and
quality surveillance characteristics and principles together
Handouts: with implementation of quality requirements
Paper copy of the presentation will be given to Specific attention will be given to functional acceptance
the attendees. tests and transfer of the installations to production
Day 4 organization

PURCHASING
It will present the purchase order matters and how they
can be backed up by contracts, and why INCOTERMS 2000
will be explained

EXPERIENCE IN CONNECTION WITH SOME MAJOR


FIELD DEVELOPMENTS
The presentation of some major development projects will
illustrate how contracts, purchasing and quality control
Day 5 matters are dealt with in the industry. It will be illustrated
by various project films. An exercise (workshop) dedicated
to project organization and contractual strategy will
conclude the session

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OIL & GAS FIELD DEVELOPMENT
PROJECT MANAGEMENT
Professor:
E&P INDUSTRY BACKGROUND
Introduction and definitions
Associations
Host government contracts basis
Reserves

Day 1 FIELD DEVELOPMENT EVALUATION


Eric DE MERVILLE AND DECISION PROCESS
Sequence & content of development studies: preliminary
CV available on www.totalprof.com studies, conceptual studies (with example), pre-project
Elements of economical analysis
Objectives: Environment studies
To provide during the first day understanding Decision process parameters
of the decision process to launch an oil or gas
field development
Then are developed large project execution &
management principles and methodologies
PROJECT MANAGEMENT
Project Execution Plan
Who should attend: Project organisation (+ examples)
University or engineering college Day 2 Contractual strategy (+ examples)
Contract preparation
Students, or post-graduates students,
Project example of a Middle East offshore & onshore
who are involved in petroleum studies
gas development (presentation & film)
Prerequisites:
Good English understanding

Duration:
4 to 5 days, 3 to 4 hrs/day (adjustable to PROJECT MANAGEMENT
students level & time available) Project contracts & contract award process
Day 3 Project planning
Language: Risk management
English
French

Handouts:
Paper copy of the Powerpoint presentations
Documents in English PROJECT MANAGEMENT
Cost estimation basis and cost control
Day 4 HSE
Construction management

PROJECT MANAGEMENT
Quality management
Project logistics
Day 5 Project example: a deep offshore oil field development
(presentation & film)

Test: Quiz with multiple choice questions

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PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Professors: A. PROJECT DEVELOPMENT PHASES


Market review, competition, production cycle.....
General review of the main phases
Key definitions

Day 1 B. OWNER PROJECT TASK FORCE ROLE


Project organization
Third parties and consultants
Marc DUCROS Alain LEPAGE
Movies - short questionnaire
C. PRE-PROJECT PHASES
Faisability and conceptual studies
Pre-project study
Cost estimate and decision to proceed

Day 2 D. INTRODUCTION TO CONTRACTS


Philippe PERSILLON Christian PLACINES Different types of contracts
Commercial, legal and technical content
Preparation of an RFQ
CVs available on www.totalprof.com
Movies
Objectives: E. CONTRACTUAL STRATEGY
To obtain a good understanding of the key EPC, EPSC and EPSCC contracts
aspects of the project management for any Long lead items
kind of energy projects Contract and remuneration: lump sum

Who should attend: Day 3 F. CONTRACTS


Any one involved or interested in project Agreement, annexes and exhibits
organization. Technically oriented: technical Key terms for the contracts
manager, services manager, contract manager
Movies
Prerequisites:
Basic technical knowledge G. PROJECT CONTROL - PLANNING AND SCHEDULING
Good English understanding Work breakdown structure
Key terms
Duration: CPM and progress follow-up
Minimum 15 hours
Best: 20 - 25 hrs Day 4 H. CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT AND QUALITY
CONTROL
Language: Construction and logistic
English Commissioning and start-up

Handouts: Movies
Print of the slides

I. SAFETY
Quality control - Quality assurance
HSE
Day 5
Movies
Exam- MCQ

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PROJECT MANAGEMENT IN OIL & GAS
EXPLORATION AND PRODUCTION
Professor:
A general introduction to the oil and gas exploration and
production environment and activities with technical
Day 1 information and shared personal experiences from seismic,
drilling, treatment, and production
Explanation of the glossary of the industry

Olivier GOURAUD
GENERAL ACTIVITIES RELATED TO THE
CV available on www.totalprof.com MANAGEMENT OF LARGE INDUSTRIAL E&P PROJECT
Developments
Objectives: 1st chapter
The aim of the course is to present the general Day 2 Session related to fields project development processes
activities in relation to the exploration and from discovery to decision to develop, including field
production of the oil and gas industry with a evaluation, pre development phases up to final investment
focus on the field evaluation and development decision (FID)
process

Who should attend: PROJECT MAINS PHASES


It is addressed to students with little
Field evaluation
knowledge in the oil & gas industry in
Reserves
exploration and production activities and who
The parties involved
wish to access a good understanding on the
Petroleum contracts
management of big industrial projects in this
Economic analysis
area Day 3 The pre development project phases
Preliminary studies
Prerequisites: Conceptual studies
Engineering background preferable
Pre project activities
Front end engineering
Duration: Decision and project execution plan
5 half days

Language:
English PROJECT EXECUTION PHASE
2nd chapter: contract strategy and project organisation
Handouts: 3d chapter: cost control, planning
A presentation pack in Powerpoint and 4th chapter: technical control, QC and HSE, logistics and
illustration by films Day 4 construction

The course is reinforced by a large number of examples


and shared experiences. It includes also the display of
videos in relation to particular project developments

The course ends with a short quiz of 30 questions and the


delivery of a diploma

Day 5 The course can be expanded into a 2 week sessions: week 1


essentially devoted to the pre-execution activities up to FID
and week 2 devoted to the execution phase done by an
alternate professor

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OIL & GAS PROJECT MANAGEMENT
FROM DISCOVERY TO FIRST OIL

Professor: A. PETROLEUM UPSTREAM FUNDAMENTALS


Definitions - Characteristics of exploration & production
activities
E&P contracts
Principles of project economic evaluation
Day 1
B. FIELD DEVELOPMENT STUDIES
Objectives, overall process
Jean-Louis IDLOVICI
Key steps, activities
Project decision process
CV available on www.totalprof.com

Objectives:
To provide an overview of upstream oil & gas C. PROJECT EXECUTION
project selection, decision, definition and Definitions, project characteristics & objectives
execution process Main project phases
Project management principles are illustrated Day 2 Project actors and organization
by the presentation of actual large upstream Contract strategy
projects including film screening of each Types of contract - Contractors selection
project. Project costs

Who should attend:


Engineering and business school students
D. PROJECT EXECUTION (CONTINUED)
Prerequisites: Project schedule and progress control
Engineering background preferable but not an Risk management
obligation Project quality
Day 3 Safety
Duration: Management of project changes
12 to 20 hours, adjustable according to time Project functional acceptance
constraints Experience feedback and project closeout
Number of days also adjustable according to
daily timing

Language: E. PROJECT EXAMPLES


English (PROJECT PRESENTATION + FILM)
French Presentations of actual large oil & gas projects are made as
course goes along to illustrate the content:
Handouts: - Amenam project (offshore Nigeria)
Paper copy of Powerpoint presentations Day 4 - Girassol project (offshore deepwater Angola)
Documents in English - South Pars 2 & 3 project (onshore/offshore Iran)
- Canyon Express project (offshore deepwater Gulf of
Mexico)
Exam
Quiz with multiple choice questions

Day 5

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OIL AND GAS PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Professor:
INTRODUCTION TO UPSTREAM INDUSTRY AND
PROJECT ECONOMICS
Definitions
Day 1 Characteristics of E&P projects
E&P contracts
Project economics: main criteria
Roger PELLEAU

CV available on www.totalprof.com

Objectives: DESCRIPTION OF THE PROJECT DECISION PROCESS


To provide an overview of project From discovery to project sanction
management Preliminary studies
Principles applied in oil and gas upstream Day 2 Conceptual studies
projects Pre-project studies

Who should attend:


University and engineering schools students

Prerequisites: PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION


Good English (or French) understanding Project organization: different types of organization to be
considered
Duration: Transverse functions: health, safety, environment, quality
4/5 days, can be tailored to students Functional procedures
expectations Day 3 The project execution plan
Project risk management
Language:
English Examples of projects in various contexts,
French with short movies
Handouts:
Paper copy of presentations
INDUSTRIAL CONTRACTS
Contracting process: from contractual strategy to contract
signature
Day 4 Typical structure of an industrial contract
Contracts typology
Contract completion: performance tests, provisional and
final acceptance

PROJECT MONITORING
Cost monitoring: cost estimating methods, estimated final
cost vs budget
Planning monitoring: planning levels
Day 5 Quality assurance and quality control
Safety monitoring
Risk monitoring/reporting

Exam: QCM and exercises

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LARGE JOINT VENTURE INDUSTRIAL
PROJECTS
Professor: PROJECT MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES AND TOOLS
Development phase: tools for supporting decision
Gated process for monitoring project development
Non-quantified tools (SWOT, risk studies, ...)
Day 1 Quantified tools (cash flow, NPV, IRR, POT....)
Construction phase: tools for controlling project execution
Cost estimate and cost control techniques, budget ...
Scheduling (Gantt and Pert), schedule control
Henri-Dominique LEGER Progress measurement & reporting
Exercise: economical ratios calculation (computer needed)
On a real case: co-generation (steam, electricity)
CV available on www.totalprof.com
Description of local conditions impacting economics
Exercise on pre-established form using day 1 notions
Objectives:
Sustainability of industrial processes,
contracting relations and liabilities with
contractors, understanding legal aspects for SCOPING PROJECT, ECONOMICS EXERCISE
incorporating JV and organizing product Key achievements of feasibility studies, in particular:
marketing are currently critical managerial Technologies identification and selection
activities in addition to technical project Day 2 Scoping capacities, sparing philosophy, stream factors
management. This 5 days lecture course The project and its neighbouring: risks and environment
intends to illustrate such facts and to highlight Securing feedstock and primary utilities, mitigation
them on several life experiences

Who should attend: SUSTAINABILITY OF INDUSTRIAL PROCESSES


Any one interested by large project (PETROCHEMICALS AS SUPPORTING EXAMPLE)
management activities or wishing to better Improvement of current conditions, emerging trends and
understand the complexity of an industrial promising developments for a better sustainability
Thermodynamic principles 1 & 2: what cannot be done !
joint venture project: students in universities Day 3 Feedstock: classical, emerging, future (biomass)
or engineering schools, young professionals, Innovative catalysts & technologies
organizations facing such a situation for the Innovative optimization of primary utilities (energy, water)
first time, etc Waste (liquid, gaseous, solid), zero liquid discharge
concept, VOC content effluent. New separation
Prerequisites: technologies
No specific prerequisite. Nevertheless, a End of life of products, recycling
minimum of scientific culture would help for
assimilating the developed concepts
RELATIONS WITH CONTRACTORS
Dealing with contractors
Duration: Contractors what for ? Who are they ?
5 days. One exercise consisting in determining Route from pre-qualification to contract execution
economical performance of an industrial Day 4 Notions on project managing contractor (PMC)
investment is proposed in the afternoon of Contracting strategies and contract forms
day 2. Some quizzes may also be proposed What is at stake ? Contracting routes
Days 3 and 4. A conclusive discussion shall end Licensing technologies
the lecture Types and structure of contracts, mode of remuneration

Language: LEGAL AND MARKETING


English Joint venture agreement
French JV organization and governance
Dividends and shareholding
Project contracts
Handouts: Day 5 Deadlock management
The full set of lecture slides, in English only Marketing
General, present trends for organizing JV marketing
Competition laws, notification
Marketing strategy

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Integrated Weeks

LNG

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NATURAL GAS, LNG,
UNCONVENTIONAL GAS
Professor: INTRODUCTION & BASICS
Definitions & units
Natural gas characteristics
Hydrocarbons generation
Reserves vs resources

Day 1 THE WORLD GAS SCENE


Energy mix, gas uses & demand
Eric DE MERVILLE
Reserves, production & consumption
International gas trade & main world markets
CV available on www.totalprof.com LNG dynamism & Asian focus
Gas prices
Objectives:
To provide an overview of the upstream gas
scene, from technical aspects of natural gas GAS PRODUCTION & TREATMENT
production and LNG to markets and business Acid gas removal
aspects Dehydration
Introduction to un-conventional gas Fractionation

Who should attend: Film on a large Middle East gas field development project
Students, with engineering or business Day 2
background, preferably at Master level LIQUEFIED NATURAL GAS (LNG)
LNG specificities
Prerequisites: Main liquefaction processes
Preferably, some knowledge in oil & gas Liquefaction plants
engineering. But the course can be adapted to Storage tanks
students without technical background if
required Film on an LNG plant development project

Duration:
Between 15 and 20, according to NATURAL GAS TRANSPORTATION & DISTRIBUTION
requirements Pipeline Gas vs LNG
Language: Day 3 LNG carriers
LNG re-gasification terminals
English Gas storage & distribution
French

Handouts:
Copy of slides
GAS PROJECT BUSINESS ASPECTS (BASICS)
Decision process to launch a project
Day 4 Contractual agreements
Gas sales
Financing

UNCONVENTIONAL GAS
Tight gas
Coal bed methane (CBM) & example of an Australian LNG
Day 5 project fed by CBM
Shale gas

Test

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GAS AND LNG

Professors: A. HYDROCARBONS IN THE WORLD


Brief history of the gas
Historical offer and demand Trends - Energies
Share
Gas offer and demand
Trend of the demand around the world
Gas markets - International exchanges
Day 1
B. GAS FIELD PRODUCTION: FEW EXAMPLES
Exploration and production key aspects
Marc DUCROS Christian PECH Difference of approach between fields: quality and quantity
Gas for transportation or for liquefaction: technical
CVs available on www.totalprof.com constraints
Various LNG specifications around the world
Objectives: Gas project developments examples
Provide an overview of the SAS and LNG C. GAS TREATMENT - FROM NATURAL GAS TO
chains as per todays international standards CLEAN GAS
Dehydration - H2O removal
Who should attend: Sweetening - CO2 and H2S removal
Ractionation
Students with technical background Examples
Day 2
Prerequisites: D. GAS TRANSPORTATION BY PIPELINE
Basis in petroleum and/or gas engineering Selecting the main characteristics of a gas pipe - Gas
compression aspects
Selecting the adequate material - Building a new gas pipe
Duration: Examples of gas pipe project development: Dolphin,
30 hours SouthPars
Can be reduced to 20 hours on demand
E. SAFETY ASPECTS
Language: Main risks attached to gas production
Main risks attached to gas transportation
English Safety procedure for a project
Handouts: Day 3 F. LNG -THE LNG CHAIN GENERAL APPROACH
Copy of slides LNG properties
Chain general description
Extraction of LPG and condensates
General aspects of the LNG trading market

G. LIQUEFACTION PLANTS
Plants around the world
Plant description
Different processes available
LNG storage tanks
Day 4 H. LNG TANKERS
LNG fleet - General
Different type of tankers
Cost evolution
Various type of ownership
Cost improvement: size and motorisation
I. LNG TERMINALS
General description
Key aspects of the construction of a new terminal
Onshore and offshore terminals

Day 5 J. CONTRACTUAL AND COMMERCIAL ASPECTS


Gas and LNG commercial aspects
LNG Tanker: various types of contract
Price vs risk

K. CONCLUSION

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NATURAL GAS AND LNG

Professor:
INTRODUCTION TO HYDROCARBONS
Hydrocarbons formation
Gas reserves and resources (impact of unconventional
gases)
Day 1 Reserves vs production
Production from gross to net
Gas uses
Pierre BARBALAT Main world markets

CV available on www.totalprof.com

Objectives: NATURAL GAS SPECIFICATIONS


Provide an overview of the international
natural gas and LNG chains from their NATURAL GAS TREATMENT
respective technical and marketing aspects Sweetening, dehydration, fractionation
Day 2
Who should attend: TRANSPORTATION BY PIPELINE
Students with engineering and/or business Purpose capacities
background

Prerequisites: NATURAL GAS STORAGE


Knowledge in petroleum engineering and
marketing
LNG CHARACTERISTICS
Duration:
15 to 20 hours depending on prior LNG PLANT
arrangements Liquefaction process

Language: LNG TERMINAL


English Vaporisation process
Day 3
Handouts: LNG STORAGE
Copy of slides Containment system

TRANSPORTATION BY SHIP

LNG FLEET

INTERNATIONAL GAS TRADE


History of natural gas and LNG share

Day 4 COST COMPARISONS

SAFETY ISSUES

CONTRACTUAL ASPECTS
Gas sales agreements
Day 5 Gas pricing

CONCLUSION

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Integrated Weeks
HEALTH
SAFETY
ENVIRONMENT

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RELIABILITY MODELING AND
CALCULATION OF SAFETY SYSTEMS
(IEC 61508, IEC 61511, ISO/TR 12489)
BASIC CONCEPTS AND SIL CALCULATIONS
Professors: A. INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND
Why and when?
Typical safety systems & mode of operation (on demand or
continuous modes)

Day 1 B. RELEVANT CORE CONCEPTS FOR SAFETY SYSTEMS


Basic probabilistic measures (reliability, availability, failure
frequency)
Jean-Pierre SIGNORET
C. CHALLENGES AND DIFFICULTIES OVERVIEW
CVs available on www.totalprof.com Slides & exercises
D. NOTION OF SAFETY INSTRUMENTED SYSTEM
Objectives:
General reliability concepts relevant for safety E. FUNCTIONAL SAFETY APPROACHES
systems (including safety instrumented Functional safety standards (IEC 61508, IEC61511, ISO/TR
systems, SIS): reliability, availability (PFD), 12489)
failure frequency (PFH), SIL, etc.
Challenges and solutions to model and
Day 2 Overview of the functional safety approach (risk reduction)
Basic functional safety concepts (SIL, PFDavg, PFH) &
calculate the probabilistic measures: simplified comparison with conventional safety concepts
formulae, reliability block diagrams, fault
trees, Petri nets and Monte F. APPROACHES OVERVIEW
Slides & exercises
Who should attend:
Students from university and engineering
G. SIMPLIFIED FORMULA APPROACH
schools Principles
Engineers dealing with safety Example of establishing and using formulae
Teachers interested in probabilistic Limitations
calculations applied to actual industrial safety
H. RELIABILITY BLOCK DIAGRAMS (RBDS), FAULT
systems Day 3 TREES (FTS) AND MARKOVIAN APPROACHES
Prerequisites: Principle of RBDs, FTs and Markovian approaches
Basic knowledge in probabilistic calculations RBD and FT driven Markov models
Example of using RBDs and fault trees handling on actual
Duration: safety instrumented systems. Limitations
5 days, 4 to 5 hours per day Slides & exercises
different timing and/or student levels I. PETRI NETS MODELING (PNM) AND MONTE CARLO
Simulation (MCS)
Language: Introduction to PNM and MCS
English RBD driven PN
French Example of using PNM and MCS on actual safety
instrumented systems. Limitations
Handouts: Day 4
Paper copy of Slides and exercises J. COMMON CAUSE MODELLING
Slides in English or French
Notes: the content of the course/exercises can K. RELIABILITY DATA
be tuned according to the student level Need for reliability data
This program can be lightened according to Reliability data collection & reliability data bases
the University planning Slides & exercises

L. CONCLUSION

Day 5 M. REVISION
Slides & exercises
N. Control (QCM): optional

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Production Avalaibility Studies
(PAS,RAM,ISO 20815, ISO/TR 12489, Monte Carlo
Simulation)
BASIC CONCEPTS, MODELING AND CALCULATIONS
Professors: A. INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND
-Dependability & Safety short story
-Notion of random processes. General methodology
B. CORE CONCEPTS
-Reliability, Availability
Day 1 -Failure rate, MTBF, MTTF, etc.

Slides & exercises


Jean-Pierre SIGNORET

CVs available on www.totalprof.com C. FROM SIMPLE TO MULTIPLE FAILURES


Inventory and presentation of analysis methods.
Objectives: - Reliability block diagrams.
General dependability concepts relevant for - Failure Mode and Effect and Criticality Analysis
production systems (Reliability, Availability, (FMECA).
Maintainability, Production Availability, etc.). First probabilistic calculations.
Basic notions in modeling & calculations for :
-Production Availability (RAM studies/PAS)
Day 2 D. FROM STATIC TO DYNAMIC MODELS
-Dynamic systems introduction
-Sensitivities on design (Capacity, Redundancy, -Markovian approach
...) or strategies (Maintenance, Logistic, Slides & exercises
Flaring, ...)

Who should attend: E. EXTENSION TO RAM (production availability)


-Students from university and engineering calculations
schools -Introduction to Production Availability Studies.
-Engineers dealing with safety and production -Markov modeling.
availability studies -Production availability basic calculations.
-Teachers interested in probabilistic F. FROM ANALYTICAL TO MONTE CARLO CALCULATIONS
calculations applied to actual industrial safety Day 3 -Introduction to Monte Carlo simulation.
systems -Petri Net Modeling:
-Production level.
Prerequisites: -Maintenance, Maintenance supports, etc.
Basic knowledge in probabilistic calculations -Spare parts, etc.
Slides & exercises
Duration:
5 days, 4 to 5 hours per day G. RELIABILITY DATA
-Need for reliability data
Language: -Reliability data collection & reliability data bases
English H. Performing a Production Availability Study (PAS)
French -PAS along the life cycle of the facility
-General methodology
Handouts: Day 4 -Assumptions
Paper copy of Slides and exercises -Deliverables
Slides in English or French I. INTRODUCTION ON PAS MODELING SOFTWARE
Notes: the content of the course/exercises can -Demonstration of GRIF software
be tuned according to the student level -Example of modeling uding Petri and Petro modules of
This program can be lightened according to GRIF
the University planning Slides & exercises

J. CONCLUSION
K. REVISION
Day 5 Slides & exercises
I. CONTROL (QCM): OPTIONAL
Slides & exercises

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HSE FUNDAMENTALS

Professor:
INTRODUCTION

SAFETY WHY ?
Day 1 Videos
Some risks in the industry: fire/explosions
How does it work
Vincent TORRESI Prevention

CV available on www.totalprof.com

Objectives:
To understand why safety at work is so SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS, A BIT OF
important, how modern safety management
HISTORICAL BACKGROUND
systems started to be developed; to give some
basic examples permit to work; anomalies Day 2
safety induction to present environmental PIPER ALPHA, DEFINITION OF KPI IMPORTANCE OF
management system REPORTING ANALYSIS OF INCIDENTS

Who should attend:


Operators, technicians, engineers, students

Prerequisites:
None SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS CONTINUATION
EXAMPLES PTW INDUCTION
Duration:
4 days Day 3
ENVIRONMENT
Language: BASIS OF CALCULATION OF GREEN HOUSE GASES
English
French

Handouts:
Hard copies of the slides + some basic
documentation (definitions of KPI),
reports on famous incidents
Day 4 Recap quiz

Day 5

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GREAT INDUSTRIAL SITES RESTITUTION

Professor: NORTH SEA FRIGG FIELD DECOMMISSIONING


Frigg field is the first big decommissioning in the world
Presentation of Frigg field
Particularity of CGBS decommissioning
Decommissioning legal aspect
Day 1 Engaging with stakeholders
Characteristics of decommissioning market
Serge VIVET
Marine operation means for decommissioning
Disposal site
CV available on www.totalprof.com

Objectives: NORTH SEA FRIGG FIELD DECOMMISSIONING


The first objective of this course is to approach
Approach of Ekofisk decommissioning & remedial action of
all the decommissioning problem in view of
subsidence
offshore & onshore site restitution.
Detail of Frigg field decommissioning project
The second objective of this course is to Day 2 Well plugging
approach the problem of pollution & natural
Export line by- pass
attenuation.
Platform cleaning & hook-down
External steel removal
Who should attend:
Engineer school student
University
NORTH SEA FRIGG FIELD DECOMMISSIONING
Prerequisites: Innovation
Knowledge of the onshore & offshore site Topside removal
terminology Jacket removal
Basic knowledge of petroleum marine Day 3 Infield pipeline removal
operation Disposal
Few numbers
Duration: Restitution of site
5 half day of about 3,5 to 4 hours each
Duration can be adapted to student
knowledge, requirements, interests and needs

Language: CANADIAN JOSELYN OIL SAND FIELD


English RESTITUTION/RECLAMATION
French Presentation of different non conventional fossil energy
Day 4 Resources inventory
Handouts: Oil sand in Canada
One paper copy booklet Detail of Jocelyn oil sand production and site restitution
Powerpoint slides only in English
No digital support provided

ONSHORE & OFFSHORE POLLUTION AND POLLUTION


NATURAL ATTENUATION
Day 5 Presentation of offshore & onshore pollution
Presentation of pollution remedial actions
Presentation of natural pollution attenuation

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SAFETY ENGINEERING

Professors: A. INSTALLATION LAY-OUT


Hazard/failure scenarios (terminology/categorisation)
Principles of plant layout partitioning (IA, RA,FZ)
Plot plan review and determination of safety distances

B. HAZARDOUS AREA CLASSIFICATION


Day 1 Fire fundamentals (fire classes, fluid category, flammable
atmosphere, A.I temperature and flash point, grade of
Vincent TORRESI Bernard COTE release, gas buoyancy)
Hazardous areas classification and procedure/methodology
CVs available on www.totalprof.com determination
Hazardous areas typical examples
Objectives:
To provide the general knowledge of the C. ELECTRICAL SAFETY ENGINEERING
methodology applied to project study/safety Electrical architecture
engineering for the different stages of an Electrical safety
onshore or offshore oil & gas project Equipment for explosive atmosphere

Who should attend: Day 2 D. SAFETY SYSTEMS


Future engineers in charge of the general The different safety systems (PCS/PSS, ESD, fire & gas,
architecture and/or in charge of basic studies HIPS, USS, depressurization/flare equipment)
of oil & gas projects, who are not familiar with Safety systems reliability, availability and SIL requirements
safety design concepts safety systems typical architecture

Prerequisites: E. FIRE & GAS DETECTION


Mechanical generalist engineer Fire & gas detection system purpose and objectives
Technician knowledge Flammable HC and toxic as detection (types and theory of
operation, location, range and voting system)
Duration: Fire detection (types and theory of operation, location,
8 course sessions with an average duration range and voting system)
of 2 hours each and 1 hour Test (exam) Day 3 F. ACTIVE and PASSIVE FIRE PROTECTION
Language: AFP (objectives, functionality, systems, definitions, fire
English water network and fire pumps, applications)
PFP(objectives, functionality, systems, definitions,
Handouts: applications) exercises on: fire water calculation demand,
Course performed with slides CO2 total floading system calculation, offshore PFP
Booklet of slides hard copy given to attendees partitioning
(150 pages; each page includes 4 slides)
G. LIQUID DRAINAGE
Overview
Segregation (closed and open drains)
Day 4 Onshore closed and open drain system architecture
Offshore closed and open drain system architecture
Exam on the above course sessions

H. ALARMS, ESCAPE, EVACUATION and RESCUE


Emergency alarm system on onshore/offshore installations
PA/GA system (safety systems architecture, description,
redundancy, power supply, control panels and alarms)
Day 5 Evacuation, escape and rescue systems

Films: BLEVE/EXPLOSIONS
Exam correction and certificates delivery

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HEALTH SAFETY SECURITY ENVIRONMENT &
SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT FUNDAMENTALS

Professor: INTRODUCTION

WHY SAFETY ?

VIDEOS
Day 1
SOME RISKS IN THE INDUSTRY : FIRE / EXPLOSION

Louis HEUZE HOW DOES IT WORK

CV available on www.totalprof.com PREVENTION

SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS, HISTORICAL


Objectives: BACKGROUND
Awareness of the HSSE-SD utmost importance
in stakeholders eyes PIPER ALPHA, DEFINITION OF KPI
Day 2
Who should attend: IMPORTANCE OF REPORTING
Everybody from students to top managers
ANALYSIS OF INCIDENTS
Prerequisites:
None

Duration: SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS CONTINUATION


3 to 5 days
TEXAS CITY
Language:
French Day 3 PTW INDUCTION
English
ENVIRONMENT & SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
Handouts: FUNDAMENTALS
Photocopies of powerpoints

WHAT DOES SAFETY CULTURE REALLY MEANS

HUMAN FACTORS IN RISK MANAGEMENT, EXEMPLARITY,


Day 4 MOTIVATION

JUST CULTURE : SANCTIONS AND REWARDS

FUNDAMENTALS OF SAFETY ENGINEERING


Day 5 MANAGEMENT OF CONTRACTORS AND
SUBCONTRACTORS

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Integrated Weeks
OIL & GAS
CONTRACTS
LAW

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OIL & GAS EXPLORATION &
PRODUCTION CONTRACTS
Professor: INTRODUCTION: Different types of contracts within
the oil activity
1. MAIN PROVISION OF DIFFERENT E&P CONTRACTS
The assignment of contracts
Definition of the area
Day 1 Different phases of the contract
Exploration phase
Declaration of commerciality
Jehan-Eric BLUMEREAU Development and production phase
Associated natural gas
CV available on www.totalprof.com
2. THE CONCESSION
Definition
Objectives: Countries of application
To acquire knowledge on the different types of
Property of hydrocarbons and installations
contracts in the oil & gas activity, to compare
Taxation rules
The obligations of both the host country and
Exercise
the international company, to compare the
different tax systems Day 2
3. THE PRODUCTION SHARING CONTRACT
Who should attend: Definition
Students in engineering (from 3rd year of Countries of application
studies) Property of hydrocarbons and installations
Students in law (3rd year and above) Taxation rules
Students in business schools (3rd year and Exercise
above) 4. THE OTHER TYPES OF CONTRACTS
The services contracts at risk
Prerequisites: The contract of technical assistance
First knowledge of oil upstream activity Day 3 The buy back contract

Duration: 5. CONCLUSIVE REMARKS ON PATRIMONIAL


5 days x 3 hours, but duration can be tailored CONTRACTS
to meet students level and/or University
programme 6. OTHER CONTRACTUAL PROVISIONS
Force majeure
Language: Provisions related to local content
English Provisions related to protection of environment
French Anti-bribery provisions
Spanish Day 4
7. GAS CONTRACTS
Handouts: Specificity of gas contracts
Copy of the slides Different gas contracts
Slides in English, French or Spanish Long term contracts
LNG contracts
8. OTHER TYPES OF AGREEMENTS
The Joint Operating Agreement
The Confidentiality Agreement

9. THE SETTLEMENT OF DISPUTES


Day 5 Importance of contractual provisions relating to
settlements of disputes
Different modes of settlement of disputes
International arbitration
The different institutions of arbitration
Exam/results
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PATRIMONIAL AND DEVELOPMENT CONTRACTS
IN THE OIL & GAS EXPLORATION &
PRODUCTION INDUSTRY
Professors: Introduction : Different types of contracts within the Oil &
Gas activity
Key issues related to Patrimonial & Development Contracts

COMMON PROVISIONS TO VARIOUS OIL & GAS


Day 1 CONTRACTS
- Assignment of contracts
- Definition of the Area
Jehan-Eric Blumereau Gabriel FERNET - Exploration phase
- Declaration of Commerciality
CV available on www.totalprof.com - Development & Production phase
DEVELOPMENT CONTRACTS : contractual strategy
- ethics, practical factors to be taken into account in a
Objectives: project
To acquire knowledge on the different types of - main types of contractual options
contracts in the oil & gas activity, to compare
the obligations of the host country and the Day 2 THE CONCESSION & THE PRODUCTION SHARING
international oil Company, to compare the CONTRACT
different tax systems. -Definition, countries of application, taxation rules
To present the constraints, challenges and -Practical exercise : calculation of the remuneration of the
industry practices in the development of State and the Oil Company under such contracts
hydrocarbon fields.
PATRIMONIAL CONTRACTS
-The other types of contracts : service contract, contract of
Who should attend: technical assistance, buy back contract
Bachelor and Master students in Engineering - conclusive remarks on Patrimonial contracts
or in Project Management
Day 3 DEVELOPMENT CONTRACTS
Prerequisites: - South Pars : a major development Project in Iran
First knowledge of oil upstream activity - Generalities about Development contracts : contract
Technical or Project management background documents, tender procedure, Operator and Contractor
objectives, risks in contract performance
Duration:
5 days, 6 hours per day
DEVELOPMENT CONTRACTS :
Duration can be tailored so as to meet
- particular provisions : independent contractor, work time
students level and/or University program
schedule, contract price, variation order, warranty period
- Purchasing / Procurement
Language:
English Day 4 - Practical exercise dedicated to claim analysis
French
PATRIMONIAL CONTRACTS & DEVELOPMENT CONTRACTS
- arbitration, force majeure and hardship, local content,
Handouts: environment, anti-bribery provisions
Paper copy of the presentation will be given to
the attendees
PATRIMONIAL CONTRACTS
- Specificity of gas contracts : different gas contracts, long
term contracts, LNG contracts
- other types of agreements : Joint Venture or
PartnershipAgreement, Joint Operating Agreement,
Day 5 Confidentiality Agreement

PATRIMONIAL & DEVELOPMENT CONTRACTS


- Girassol : a major deep offshore project in Angola

Final examination
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CONTRACTS IN THE PETROLEUM INDUSTRY
DEVELOPMENT CONTRACTS : A PRACTICAL
APPROACH
Professor:
INTRODUCTION TO PETROLEUM EXPLORATION AND
PRODUCTION

MAIN TYPES OF PETROLEUM CONTRACTS: Concession,


Day 1 Production Sharing Contract, Risk and Service contract

ASSOCIATIONS: Joint Operating Agreement


Gabriel FERNET
EXPLORATION AND PRODUCTION RISKS
CV available on www.totalprof.com

DEVELOPMENT CONTRACTS:
Objectives:
This course will allow to acquire practical CONTRACTUAL STRATEGY: Ethics, practical factors to be
knowledge about contracts in the Upstream taken into account in a project.
Petroleum activity, in particular contracts Day 2
related to development projects CONTRACTUAL STRATEGY : Main types of Contractual
options : separate contracts, EPC Contracts, Turn key
Who should attend:
All persons wishing exercise in the future SOUTH PARS: a major development Project in Iran
business functions in the oil and gas industry

Prerequisites: DEVELOPMENT CONTRACTS:


First knowledge of oil upstream activity
GENERALITIES ABOUT CONTRACTS: Contract documents,
Duration: Tender procedure, Operator and Contractor objectives,
5 days (comprising 4 hours a day to be tailored Day 3 Risks in Contract performance
according students level and/or University
requirements) CONTRACT PARTICULAR CONDITIONS: Contract law and
arbitration, Independent Contractor, Work Time Schedule
Language:
English
French
DEVELOPMENT CONTRACTS:
Handouts: CONTRACT PARTICULAR CONDITIONS (Continued):
Copy of the slides in English
Contract Price, Variation Order, Force Majeure and
Day 4 Hardship, Warranty period

PURCHASING / PROCUREMENT

PRACTICAL EXERCISE DEDICATED TO CLAIM ANALYSIS

DEVELOPMENT CONTRACTS:

GIRASSOL: a major deep offshore project in Angola


Day 5 EXAMINATION

COURSE CLOSURE

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OIL AND GAS LAW

Professor: A. INTRODUCTION
National character of legislation
But similar contractual principles applied in most of
producing countries
Compulsory rules for specific issues such as competition or
unitization
Day 1 B. REGIME APPLICABLE TO OIL AND GAS CONTRACTS
Denis SCHLUMBERGER
Chapter 1 upstream agreements
Agreement between IOC and the state
CV available on www.totalprof.com
Technical aspects common to all contracts
Modern concession contract (MCC)
Objectives:
Acquire material legal elements in order to be Costa Rica: an example of modern MCC
capable to negotiate and apply the main oil
and gas contracts and to avoid competition The licensing regime
rules infringements Definition
Specificity
Who should attend: Characteristics
All persons wishing exercise in the future Structure
business functions in the oil and gas industry The production and sharing contract (PSC)
Day 2 Definition
Prerequisites: Specificity
Have basic knowledge of contractual law Characteristics
Structure
Duration:
5 days (comprising 4 hours a day to be
Mongolia: an example of PSC
adapted in accordance with the students
level)
Agreements between IOCs themselves: joint operating
Language: agreements
English
Day 3 Main characteristics of a JOA
Purpose of the JOA
Handouts: Main provisions of a JOA
Practical works electronic form PDF)
Course remitted only on request (electronic
PDF)
Chapter 2: midstream agreements
Transportation agreements
Day 4 Gas Sales Agreements (GSA)

Exercises (practical works)

C. SPECIFIC LEGAL PROBLEMS: COMPETITION,


UNITIZATION
Competition
General principles
Competition case law
Day 5
Practical works (slides)
Unitization

Exam

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Integrated Weeks
OIL & GAS
ECONOMICS

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OIL AND NATURAL GAS ECONOMICS

Professors:
OIL, GAS AND ENERGY SUPPLIES
Historical background
Role of oil and gas in energy supplies
Day 1 Oil and gas resources and reserves
Oil and gas productions
Oil and gas consumption
Pierre-Ren BAUQUIS Isabelle SJOURN

CVs available on www.totalprof.com

Objectives:
To provide basics on oil & gas and energy
OIL, GAS AND THE MAIN ACTORS
Historical background
supplies, economics on upstream and
The international oil companies
downstream sectors with global issues for the
oil & gas industry Day 2 The national oil companies
The International organizations: OPEC and IEA
Who should attend: The oil crisis (1973, 1979, 1985)
The oil and gas prices and pricing issues
Students from Master level

Prerequisites:
Basic knowledge on macro-economic

Duration: OIL AND GAS: THE UPSTREAM SECTOR


5 days Exploration economics
Production economics
Language: Day 3 The resources and reserves in the long term
English Investments and price elasticities
The costs and prices disconnection
Handouts: LNG: an upstream or a downstream industry?
A hard copy of the slides presented

OIL AND GAS: THE DOWNSTREAM SECTORS


Refining and refining economics
Transportation by sea and on land
Day 4 The oil products and their prices
Gas pricing structures and logic
The petrochemical industries
The specialty products

GLOBAL ISSUES FOR THE OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY


Oil, gas and the environment
Oil and gas supply in the long term
Day 5 Oil, gas and geopolitics
Oil, gas and ethics
What energies in 2020, 2050, 2100?
The transportation issues: hydrogen or not?

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TEHCHNICAL AND FINANCIAL RISKS
MANAGEMENT
Application to the Oil & Gas Industry
Professor:
RISK ANALYSIS - GENERALITIES
Risk Terminology, Consequence vs Probability of
Occurrence, Safety, Relative Risks for Different Activities,
Risks Perception, Risks Based Technology

RISK ASSESSMENT
Day 1 Severity Rating, Occurrence Rating, Detection Rating, Risk
Christian GURITTE Matrix

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RISK MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL
Risk Matrix, Bow-tie Diagram, Cost Effectiveness vs Risk
Objectives: Reduction, Fault Tree Analysis, HSE & Risk Management at
To provide Basics on Technical and Financial Total.
Risks Management applicable to the Oil & Gas
Industry

Who should attend:


Students from Master level RISK MANAGEMENT IN THE OIL & GAS BUSINESS
Prerequisites: Day 2 Formation of Hydrocarbons/Resources, Fundamentals of
Basic knowledge on Risk assessment, Project E&P, A Risky Business, E&P Processes/Costs, Project
Economics and Project Management Development Example, Challenges for the Industry, Price of
Oil Uncertainties
Duration:
5 days
Flexible programme depending on the cursus
and the overall timing
DECISION MAKING PROCESS
Language:
English What do we mean by Project?, The Decision Making
French Day 3 Process/Criteria, Basic Data for Investment Decision,
Project Development Example, Economic
Handouts: Calculations/Methodology, Economic Calculations/
A hard copy of the slides (English) which are One Example
presented

TECHNICAL RISK MANAGEMENT- A PRACTICAL CASE

Asset Integrity, Safety Case/Integrity Barriers, Safety


Day 4 Management System, Safety Management Organization,
Risk Matrix, Integrity Management/ Practical Examples

FINANCIAL RISK MANAGEMENT

Different Manners to Mitigate the Financial Risk,


Day 5 Hedging/Derivatives, Black-Sholes Formula

EXAM

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OIL & GAS AND ENERGY GLOBAL ISSUES
A TOOLBOX TO UNDERSTAND THE WORLD OF ENERGY
IN THE GLOBAL ECONOMY

Professor: PROJECT ECONOMIC EVALUATION AND


INVESTMENT DECISION
Introduction, capital investment decision, petroleum
economics, project costs estimate, project costs
monitoring, project financing
Day 1
ENERGY INDUSTRY FUNDAMENTALS
Energy vs global economy, long term perspectives, which
Christian GURITTE energy mix? Energy national subsidies, some geopolitical
considerations
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CLIMATE CHANGE CHALLENGES
Objectives: What is science telling us? Economic consequences for
To provide basics on oil & gas and energy energy and industries, carbon capture and storage, what
supply/demand, petroleum and energy implications for oil companies?
economics with global issues for the oil & gas Day 2
industry OIL INDUSTRY FUNDAMENTALS
General considerations, resources, reserves, peak oil &
Who should attend: peak gas, oil production and consumption, oil upstream
Students from Master level economics, oil prices, oil industries stockholders

Prerequisites: GAS INDUSTRY FUNDAMENTALS


Basic knowledge on energy balances
General considerations, resources, reserves, production,
Project economics and macroeconomics
consumption, markets, the gas chain components and their
economics, gas prices vs gas markets, evolution of gas
Duration: markets vs liberalization and globalization, example of a
5 days (can be concentrated on 4 days)
Day 3 challenging project
Flexible programme depending on the cursus
and the overall timing UNCONVENTIONAL HYDROCARBONS
Different categories of unconventional hydrocarbons,
Language: potential resources, major challenges, oil sands, xtra heavy
English
oil, shale oil, shale gas, unconventional hydrocarbons in the
French
US
Handouts: RENEWABLES
A hard copy of the slides (English) which are Global remarks on renewable energy sources, wind energy,
presented solar energy, biomass energy, geothermal energy, marine
energy

Day 4 HYDROPOWER
Generalities, hydropower in the world, hydropower in
France

COAL INDUSTRY FUNDAMENTALS


Coal fundamentals, coal international trade, coal and the
US

NUCLEAR INDUSTRY FUNDAMENTALS


Nuclear energy, uranium resources, uranium prices, the
Day 5 world nuclear industry, future evolution, what long term
changes in the world energy mix?

Exam

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INVESTMENT DECISION PROCESS
PETROLEUM AND ENERGY ECONOMICS
Professor:
WHAT DO WE MEAN BY PROJECT?
Definitions, examples of petroleum industrial projects,
internal growth, external growth, mergers & acquisitions

Day 1 OIL UPSTREAM ECONOMICS/GENERALITIES


Fundamentals of exploration & production sector, review
of different types of risks, the various phases of an E&P
Christian GURITTE
project, costs involved, geophysics, drilling, construction,
exploitation, abandonment
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CAPITAL INVESTMENT DECISION, WHICH ECONOMIC
Objectives: CRITERIA?
To provide basics on investment decision The decision making process. Who decides? Definition of
process and petroleum & energy economics the economic criteria, the discount rate, different types of
financing
Who should attend: Day 2
Students from Master Level THE IMPACT OF TAXATION
The various types of petroleum contracts, concession
Prerequisites: contract, production sharing agreement, fiscal depreciation
Basic knowledge on project economics and rules, taxation issues
project management
ECONOMIC CALCULATIONS, EXAMPLES
Duration: Methodology, definition of the assumptions and scenarios,
5 days the price of hydrocarbons, cash-flow schedules,
Flexible programme depending upon the probabilistic approach, the case of an exploration project,
cursus and the overall timing the case of an acquisition project
Day 3
Language: PROJECT COSTS ESTIMATES
English Oil & gas projects organisation, joint-venture, the operator,
French the stakeholders, the services companies, different phases
for costs estimates, the life of project budget
Handouts:
A hard copy of the slides (English) which are
presented PROJECT COSTS MONOTORING
Methodology and organisation, the stakeholders involved,
the problem of costs deviations, the reporting
Day 4
PROJECT FINANCING
Characteristics of a project financing, an example of project
financing

ENERGY ECONOMICS
The life cycle of an industrial project, example of a nuclear
plant project, the levelized cost of electricity, competitivity
of various fuels to generate electricity

Day 5 ECONOMIC CALCULATIONS/ANALYTICAL


DEVELOPMENTS
Analytical developments for the economics and financial
results of a project/company, sources & applications of
funds, cash-flows, dividends, shadow interests
Exam

January 2017 - 135 -


FINANCIAL AND MANAGEMENT ASSETS
ACCOUNTING IN MAJOR OIL AND GAS
COMPANIES
Professor: Basics of Financial Accounting
Preliminaries
Accounting and theory of informations
Financial accounting versus Management accounting
Information technology and accounting system set up
Day 1
Organization of the Balance sheet/ Income statements
Postings under the accruals principle
Thierry TOCK
Chart of Account and granularity of usefull information
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Objectives: Accounting for fixed assets


To give a deep insight on the relationships Accounting policy in Oil and Gas business/ IAS 16. IFRS 6
between Finance and Operation in the Oil and Intangible assets
Gas business and to enable Operations Tangible fixed assets
managers to understand why they are key
Accounting per components and major inspection in big
people in the set-up of Investors trust
Industrial Installations
Who should attend: Major types of Fixed assets
Any engineer expected to manage in his Day 2 Postings methodology
professionnal life, resources of a company and Preliminary comments
willing to contribute and to understand to The components issue or how identify items with different
Financial aspects of his duties expected life
Depreciation and impairments methodology : cash
Prerequisites: generating unit, fair market value identification, discount
Basic principles of management
rate, impairment itself, write back of write-off, differences
with US GAAP.
Duration:
5 days/20 hours
Accounting for inventories
Language: General comments
English Physical stock taking and permanent inventory
Day 3
reconciliation
Handouts: Spare parts
Inventory valuation in Oil and Gas Business and the
relationship between field engineers and financial people

Management Accounting in Oil related products factory (


Tar, lubricants, Refineries)
Day 4 Basics cost calculation system
Product costing
Budget Production
Refining Margin
KPI and balance score card applicable to production
environment

Day 5 Theory of choice of capital Investment


Case studies applicable to Petrochemicals investments

January 2017 - 136 -


ORGANIZATION OF INDUSTRIAL COMPANIES
GOVERNANCE INTERNAL CONTROL OVER OPERATIONS
PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL OF LINE MANAGERS

Professor:
Recent change of the business environment and its impact
on the internal organization
Targeting continuity and risk aversion: the main objectives
of an industrial company and control of its business
Day 1 Major financial, industrial and environmental disasters in
the industrial world: the lessons of the history
Thierry TOCK
Legislative trends in terms of new regulations on the
control of operation: international frameworks/COSO,
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AMF,...

Objectives:
Understand the principles of organization of COSO
industrial companies, how they define their Identification of business risks (operating, environmental,
objectives, identify and manage their business financial general methodology and the role of the unit
risks, allocate power and resources, build Day 2 manager
dashboards to monitor performance and Risk mapping and criticality analysis
analyze how it is reflected in the daily activity
of an operating unit manager Case study

Who should attend:


Students of Master degree engineering or Identification and monitoring critical control points/steps
business administration focused on industrial or how to be sure that the manager keeps control over the
sector Day 3 operation is responsible for

Prerequisites: Case study dedicated to control points in logistic activity


Basics of budgeting

Duration: Target setting at company level and variation at the


5 half days or conference on dedicated topics individual level
Frequency, methodology, monitoring resources allocation
Language: within the different departments of a company, arbitration,
English monitoring how resources are matching goals
French Day 4 Processing information
General principles to build dashboards throughout the
Handouts: line of management, key indicators
Powerpoints Control activities
Self assessment by the unit manager, internal control, audit
activities, the external auditors

Segregation of duties
Patterns, inconsistencies, individuals concerned
Governance
Flowcharts, distribution of power within the company,
governance and collective decision-making bodies
Patterns of authority within the company and the types of
Day 5 communication possible
Collegial, autocratic, consensual linked to individual
communicative styles
Delegation of internal and external power, criminal
liability incurred by the manager
Definition and implementation

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Integrated Weeks
OIL & GAS
TELECOMMUNICATIONS

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January 2017 - 139 -
TELECOMMUNICATIONS IN OIL & GAS

Professor: A. BASIC TECHNIQUES


The internet
The data network
IP addressing
Telephony verses IP telephony
Day 1 IP QoS, security and integrity of data
Handout of the exercise to be returned at the end of the
week
Bruno VO VAN
Video Introducing the Internet
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Objectives: B. BASIC TECHNIQUES


Acquire the basics of building a Radio wave propagation
telecommunications network for telephony, Radiocommunications
data, radio Antennae
Know how to use the internet as a component Day 2
of a telecommunications network Exercises on telecoms: establishing a landline, wireless,
Read a telecommunications contract: wireline, fiber, satellite, namely the use of available
Deregulation, the licensing or authorization, operator networks
approval through an International private
network
Definition of unavailability, quality of service,
SLA (Service Level Agreement)

Who should attend: C. BASIC TECHNIQUES


Communications via satellite
Engineers wishing to familiarise themselves to
identify the needs, write and understand Day 3 VSAT, PMR
First correction of exercise, document returned to student
contracts for telecommunications
to continue
Technicians & student engineers

Prerequisites:
Knowledge of basic electricity, electronics, and
optics

Duration: D. ACTUAL CASE STUDIES


5 days, 3-4 hours a day according to the Design of a private network in a difficult environment
standard (Arctic circle): analysis of maps, means used, choice of
Day 4 technology, design a network
Language:
English Slides and exercise
French

Handouts:
Course notes (100-130 pages)
One exercise of 20 pages handed in on the
first day and returned the last day with
corrections
Support in English
Day 5

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Refining, Chemicals and
Petrochemicals

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Refining, chemicals and
petrochemicals
COURSES TEACHERS PAGE

From oil to polymers C. LAGRANGE 146

Introduction to Petrochemistry & Industrial Polymerization R. PELLETIER 147

Global View on Petrochemicals Economics R. PELLETIER 148

Project Management in Petrochemical Industry R. PELLETIER 149

Chemistry & Chemicals Engineering for a Sustainable Industry J. BOUSQUET 150

Industrial Catalysts and Processes J. BOUSQUET 151

Applied Heterogeneous Catalysis J-R. BERNARD 152

Chemistry and Some New Horizons J. LEGRAND 153

Introduction in management of major risks in the petroleum and


P. SIMONS 154
chemical industry

Catalysts & Catalytic Processes for Conversion of Heavy Oil J. BOUSQUET 155

Extra Heavy Crude Upgrading D. DUMAS 156

Refining Industry D. MANGINOT 157

Refining Course C. MARTY 158

Advanced Petroleum Products J-M. BOTTE 159

Instrumentation and Process Control in Refining N. CAILLET 160

Supply Chain Management T. HANNECART 161

Down Stream Supply Chain P. NOAILLY 162

Industrial Maintenance C. MARTY 164

January 2017 - 144 -


January 2017 - 145 -
FROM OIL TO POLYMERS

Professor:
Oil & gas: Genesis, Production, Reserves, Shale oil & shale
gas, Oil industry geopolitics.
Refining: Crude Oil composition, Oil products demand,
Atmospheric distillation, Vacuum distillation for heavy cuts,
Day 1 Catalytic reforming, Isomerisation, Desulphurization,
Catalytic cracking, Blends.
Charles LAGRANGE
Steam Cracking: Principles, Processes, Hydrocracking,
Naphtha & ethane crackers, Alternative routes, Monomers
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Objectives:
Polymers: Definition & History, Polymerization, Catalysts,
1. Describe the entire value chain leading to
Polymers properties, Main polymers (PP, PE, PS, PVC, PET).
polymers.
Polymer processing: Basics, Extrusion (Films, Sheets, Pipes,
2. Explain the differences between various
polymers. Day 2 Cables, Coating, BM,Thermoforming), Injection Moulding,
ISBM, Rotomoulding, Grafting, Alloys, Additives,
3. Explain how polymers are converted and
Orientation, Multilayers, Modeling
what it is used for.
Comparative advantages of Polymers, Polymer Markets &
4. Address the sustainable development of
Main applications.
polymers.

Who should attend: Polymers Tests and Methods


Preferably: Last or last but one year of
Chemical Engineering
Latest Innovations in Polyolefins
Also suitable to other Engineering disciplins

Prerequisites: Day 3 Main Polymer applications:


Automotive : Exterior trim, Interior trim, Gas tank.
Basic knowledge of chemicals
Construction: Pipes, Cables, Insulation.
Packaging: Drivers & players.
Duration:
1 week, including questionnaire and
questionnaire correction
Packaging: Dairies, Processed food, Dry food, Fresh
Language: products, Transport & transit packaging.
French or English
Electric Appliances: ABS vs PS.
Polymers & Sustainable Development:
Handouts:
On request Day 4 Waste and waste recovery
Plastics recycling
Bio-sourced and biodegradable polymers
Bio-sourced polymers for industrial applications
New Polymers

Polymers adapting to futuristic applications


Possible clarifications relating to the questionnaire
Review of questionnaire and answers to potential
additional questions
Day 5 Open discussion
Appreciation survey
Close

January 2017 - 146 -


INTRODUCTION TO PETROCHEMICALS
AND INDUSTRIAL POLYMERIZATION
FROM OIL AND GAS TO POLYMERS AND PLASTICS
Professor:
INTRODUCTION, DEFINITIONS, SCOPE OF
PETROCHEMICALS
A. Main definitions. Historical aspects. The economic
importance of petrochemicals and polymers today
Day 1 B. Main characteristics of polymers: the reasons behind
their fast development. Presentation of samples
C. Safety with hydrocarbons. Short introduction to risk
Robert PELLETIER management. Kick-off of a teamwork safety mini-project

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PETROCHEMICALS. ZOOM ON BASE CHEMICALS
Objectives: A. Raw material supply from oil or gas industry
Students will obtain a broad understanding of B. Olefins and aromatics production. Steam crackers and
the long petrochemical chain from oil and gas reformers
to polymers and plastics, of its economic C. The revolution of the development of ethane feedstock.
Day 2 New routes to propylene
importance, of the main technical challenges
and the various types of job they could find in D. A second generation monomer: styrene. Example of
the polymer industry process optimization for energy saving
E. Visit of a supermarket: innovation in packaging thanks to
Who should attend: polymers (where possible)
Students with at least three years at
university, majoring in: chemistry, chemical, INDUSTRIAL POLYMERIZATION
mechanical or petroleum engineering, A. General structure of a polymerization plant. Influence of
material sciences, petroleum economics, etc monomer impurities
B. Polymerization engineering: how to tailor make a
Prerequisites: polymer for a given application?
Only basic scientific background is required to Day 3 C. Main problems in polymer recovery and pelletizing
follow the program. Along with a sense of D. How to deal with very viscous melts. Rheology of non-
curiosity, proper attention during lectures and newtonian fluids. Extruders, melt pumps, pelletizers
reasonable understanding of English or French E. Packaging and shipping; importance of silos, supply chain
languages management

Duration: EXAMPLE OF SOME MAJOR COMMODITY POLYMERS


5 days of 6 hours per day, or less depending A. Zoom on polyolefins. Various types of process used for
upon the University schedule polyethylene and polypropylene. Characteristics and
Whole program can be adapted in scope, level advantages. Design of fluidized polymerization reactor
and duration (from day minimum to 5 days) B. High pressure polyethylene: an example of
in order to meet the specific requests from Day 4 process/product/technology development
university C. Catalytic polyolefins. Particle growth mechanism.
Molecular weight distribution control. Design issues in
fluidized bed reactors
Language:
English Small exam (multiple-choice)
French

Handouts:
Paper copies of most of the slides (in English) CONCLUSIONS
A. Safety mini-project final presentation and discussion
will be given. Small movies, show of samples,
B. Polymers and environment. Life cycle analysis
exercises will be used throughout the program
C. Presentation of the various types of jobs for engineers in
Day 5 the polymer industry. Methodology of process
development
D. Conclusions. Summary of the most important points
covered during the week. Diploma ceremony

January 2017 - 147 -


GLOBAL VIEW ON PETROCHEMICALS
ECONOMICS
FROM OIL & GAS (AND COAL) TO POLYMERS & PLASTICS
Professor: INTRODUCTION, SCOPE OF PETROCHEMICALS
A. Safety first. Short introduction to risk management and
sustainable development
B. Main definitions. Economic importance of
petrochemicals within world of energy. World
Day 1 petrochemicals mass balance
C. Upstream of petrochemicals. Quick review of refining.
Search for increased refining margin -> more conversion
units and more synergy with petrochemicals
Robert PELLETIER D. Kick-off of a mini-project: analysis of the root causes of
a major accident from a management point of view
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PETROCHEMICALS. ZOOM ON BASE CHEMICALS
Objectives: A. Raw material supply from oil, gas or coal industry
Students will obtain a broad understanding of B. Olefins production. Main sources, markets and
the long economic chain value of producers. Steam crackers. Benchmarking. Revolution of
development of ethane feedstock. New routes to
petrochemicals, from oil and gas (and coal) to
polymers and plastics, of its main growth Day 2 propylene. Influence of shale gas development
C. Aromatics. Main sources, markets and producers. Bz, PX.
drivers and challenges, of the dramatic Example: 2nd generation monomer: styrene. Constant
changes resulting from change of feedstock, process optimization for energy savings and
and of the various types of job they could find competitiveness
in the petrochemical industry D. Syngas bright future. New feedstock for base chemicals

Who should attend: PETROCHEMICALS. ZOOM ON POLYMERS


Students with at least three years at A. Definitions. History. Reasons behind the astonishing
university, majoring in: petroleum economics, diversity, adaptability and growth rate of polymers,
management sciences, chemical, mechanical samples
B. Pricing mechanisms. Why such wild/wide fluctuations?
or petroleum engineering, material sciences, Day 3 Example of PS/PP competition
etc, C. Main characteristics and main markets for polyethylene,
polypropylene, PVC, PS and PET
Prerequisites: D. Polymers and environment. Do you like plastics?
Only basic scientific and economic background E. Review of students work on mini safety project
is required to follow the program. Along with a
sense of curiosity, proper attention during PROJECT MANAGEMENT IN PETROCHEMICALS
lectures and reasonable understanding of A. Relative development costs and durations of various
English or French languages phases of a project, from R&D to beneficial operation
B. Intellectual property/misunderstood facts about
patents. Technology scouting. Competitive intelligence
Duration: C. High cost of R&D. Technical cooperation with peers,
5 days of 6 hours per day, or less depending Day 4 customers, J.V.S. Licensing in and out; terms of agreement
upon the University schedule D. Project scope definition and optimization. Stage/gate
Whole program can be adapted in scope, level system. Concurrent vs sequential engineering
and duration (from day minimum to 5 days) E. Economic analysis. Investment cost estimate (ISBL, OSBL,
in order to meet the specific requests from running capital). Future margin prediction. Pay-out time
university
Small exam (multiple choice)
Language: CONCLUSIONS
English A. Safety mini-project final presentation by students and
French discussion
B. Presentation of a real case of investment feasibility
Handouts: study: new polymer plant in an Asian country
Paper copies of most of the slides (in English) Day 5 C. Methodology of project development. Presentation of
will be given. Small movies, show of samples, various jobs for engineers in the petrochemical industry
exercises will be used throughout the D. Conclusions. Summary of the most important points
program. covered during the week

Diploma ceremony

January 2017 - 148 -


PROJECT MANAGEMENT IN
PETROCHEMICAL INDUSTRY
FROM RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT TO BENEFICIAL OPERATION

Professor:
INTRODUCTION, DEFINITIONS OF PETROCHEMICALS,
PROJECT KICK-OFF
A. Safety first: short introduction to risk management
B. Petrochemicals: main definitions, history, economic
Day 1 importance. Why is R&D so critical in the polymer field?
C. Kick-off of a team work project by group of 4/5 students:
design of the finishing section of a polyolefin plant which
Robert PELLETIER will last for the whole week (silo project)
D. Short lecture on structure of a polyolefin plant
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PROJECT MANAGEMENT (1)
Objectives: A. Relative development costs and durations of various
Help students understand the whole chain of phases of a project, from R&D to beneficial operation
project management, all the way from R&D to B. Intellectual property/patents. A strategic tool. Value of a
beneficial operation. They will acquire better patent: product vs process patents. Real case examples
Day 2 C. Technology scouting. Competitive intelligence
knowledge on methodology, cost and time
D. High cost of R&D. Technical cooperation with peers,
necessary for: research, process/product
customers, J.V.s, How to develop a new polymer grade?
development, licensing in and out, pilot plant, E. Silo project. Group work: revision 0 of block diagram.
plant design, economic evaluation, Critical review of product slate/product mix
construction, commissioning and start-up

Who should attend: PROJECT MANAGEMENT (2)


A. Licensing. Who is licensing in base chemicals? In polymer
Students with at least three years at field? Why such a marked difference? Main terms of
University, majoring in: chemistry, chemical, agreement in a typical licensing contract
mechanical or petroleum engineering, B. Project scope definition. Stage/gate system. Examples of
material sciences, petroleum economics, Day 3 major project failures due to poor staging
management sciences, etc C. Relationship research/process & product development.
Pilot plants proper use: scaling-down methodology. Real
Prerequisites: life examples with heat transfer and agitator design
Basic scientific background is required to D. Silo project: block diagram rev 1. Simplified process
follow the program; chemical engineering is flow sheet rev 0. First proposal of product wheel
preferred major. Along with a sense of
curiosity, proper attention during lectures and PROJECT MANAGEMENT (3)
A. Concurrent vs sequential engineering. Importance of
reasonable understanding of English or French
communication tools and standardized drawings (block,
languages simplified diagrams, PFDs, P&IDs, ). Preliminary risk
analysis. Impact assessment study
Duration: B. Economic analysis. Investment cost estimate (ISBL, OSBL,
5 days of 6 hours per day, or less depending Day 4 Running capital). Future margin estimate. Pay-out
upon the university schedule C. Realization part of the project. Special case of turn-
Whole program can be adapted in scope, level arounds. Commissioning and start-up
and duration, from 1 day minimum (without D. Silo project: product wheel rev1, PFD rev 0. Lay-out
silo project) to 5 days in order to meet the
specific requests from university Small exam (multiple-choice)
CONCLUSIONS
Language: A. Silo project: final presentation by each group of
English students and discussion
French B. Presentation of a real case of investment feasibility
study: New polymer plant in an Asian country
Handouts: Day 5 C. Methodology of project development. Presentation of
Paper copies of most of the slides (in English). various jobs for engineers in the petrochemical industry
Week long team work on Silo project, small D. Conclusions. Summary of the most important points
covered during the week
movies, many real industrial life experiences
will be used throughout the program Diploma ceremony

January 2017 - 149 -


CHEMISTRY AND CHEMICAL
ENGINEERING FOR
A SUSTAINABLE INDUSTRY
Professor:
A. A POSSIBLE PERSPECTIVE OF THE GLOBAL
ENERGETIC NEEDS AND RESOURCES UNTIL 2050
(ACCORDING PR BEAUQUIS)
Day 1 B. CHEMISTRY AND CHEMICAL ENGINEERING FOR A
SUSTAINABLE INDUSTRY (PART1)
Jacques BOUSQUET
5 hours
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Objectives:
Understand the scientific and technical bases
of the practice of the industrial catalysis and C. CHEMISTRY AND CHEMICAL ENGINEERING FOR A
related commercial processes SUSTAINABLE INDUSTRY (PART 2)
Day 2
Who should attend: 4 hours
Engineers of petroleum or chemical
companies
Students preparing last year of B Eng degree
or Master degree in chemical engineering

Prerequisites:
Last year of B Eng cursus minimum
D. CATALYTIC ENGINEERING FOR PRODUCTION OF
Duration: AUTOMOTIVE FUELS OF TODAY AND TOMORROW
Adaptable because the modular concept of Day 3
the program 5 hours

Language:
English
Spanish

Handouts:
Paper copies of the slides
E. CATALYSTS AND CATALYTIC PROCESSES FOR
AUTOMOTIVE AND FUEL GAS DEPOLLUTION
Day 4
5 hours

F. ENERGY, CATALYSIS AND CO2


How to drive cleaner? (exercise)
Day 5 General discussion

4 hours

January 2017 - 150 -


INDUSTRIAL CATALYSTS
AND PROCESSES
Professor:
A. GENERAL SCIENTIFIC BASES OF THE INDUSTRIAL
CATALYSIS

B. PRESENTATION OF THE MOST IMPORTANT


Day 1 INDUSTRIAL CATALYSTS AND RELATED CATALYTIC
PROCESSES FOR THE CHEMICAL INDUSTRY
Jacques BOUSQUET
5 to 6 hours
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C. CATALYSIS FOR DEPOLLUTION
Objectives:
Understand the scientific and technical bases The case of automotive effluents cleaning
of the practice of the industrial catalysis and
(IC and diesel engines)
related commercial processes
Day 2
Who should attend: The case of the industrial flue gases
Engineers of petroleum or chemical (desox, denox, dioxines)
companies
Students preparing last year of B Eng degree 4 hours
or Master degree in chemical engineering

Prerequisites:
Last year of B Eng cursus minimum
D. CATALYSTS AND CATALYTIC PROCESSES FOR
Duration: REFINING OF CONVENTIONAL OR
Adaptable because the modular concept of Day 3 UNCONVENTIONAL PETROLEUMS
the program
5 to 6 hours
Language:
English
Spanish

Handouts:
Paper copies of the slides E. CATALYSTS AND CATALYTIC PROCESSES FOR
NATURAL GAS CONVERSION (FISCHER TROPSCH,
Day 4 GTL, METHANOL, MTG, MTO, DME.)

4 hours

F. ENERGY, CATALYSIS AND CO2


How to drive cleaner? (exercise)
Day 5
General discussion
4 hours

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APPLIED HETEROGENEOUS CATALYSIS

Professor: BASICS OF CATAYSIS


Economic importance of heterogeneous catalysis
Reminders on chemical thermodynamics and kinetics
The catalytic transformation
Day 1 General properties of heterogeneous catalysts
Comments on selectivity

Jean-Ren BERNARD
60 slides

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Surface area, porosity, selective chemisorption
Objectives:
Survey of applied heterogeneous catalysis Day 2 OTHERS TRANSPORT PHENOMENA
for high throughput processes. Fundamentals
External diffusion, internal diffusion, heat effects
are described. Mass and heat transfer and
catalytic reactors are also discussed.
60 slides
Main processes for oil refining and for
hydrogen chain are presented
CATALYST DEACTIVATION
Who should attend: Poisoning, pore plugging, sintering
Students from Bachelor to Doctorate Remedies, regeneration
(chemistry, chemical engineering)
Fundamental and applied researchers, CATALYTIC REACTORS
technicians and engineers Day 3 The plug flow reactor
Fixed bed reactors, fluidized bed reactors, others
Prerequisites: Laboratory and bench scale reactors
Minimum: undergraduate level in chemistry
or chemical engineering 50 slides

Duration: ENERGY RELATED CATALYSIS


5 half days (3h45) including evaluation Naphta reforming
Hydrodesulfurization (gas oils, atmospheric residues)
Language: Catalytic cracking to gasoline
English
French
Day 4
HYDROGEN CHAIN
Handouts: Steam reforming of natural gas, ammonia synthesis
Paper copy of the slides
63 slides

CATALYTIC DEPOLLUTION OF AUTOMOTIVE


TRANSPORTS
The problem of spark ignited engines, three way catalysis

PERFORMANCES

Day 5 AN EXAMPLE OF SELECTIVE OXYDATION PROCESS


METALLOCENE CATALYSIS FOR OLEFIN
POLYMERIZATION

42 slides. This may be partly or totally replaced by


the evaluation of students and professor,
diploma distribution

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CHEMISTRY AND SOME NEW HORIZONS
THE CHALLENGES FOR GREEN CHEMISTRY

Professor:
GENERAL INTRODUCTION

A. Energy resources
Current situation
Day 1 New perspectives
New energies
B. Alternative raw materials
Jacques LEGRAND C. Chemistry and chemicals in the day-to-day life

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Objectives: FROM OIL TO CHEMICALS


The students will obtain a broad overview of
the current challenges faced by the chemical A. Introduction to the chemical engineering
industry. The current and the future energy B. Oil and refining
and raw material resources will be introduced. Day 2 Discovery of a refinery
Some aspects and examples of the Green Fuels and oil products
chemistry approach will be illustrated and Base stocks for the petrochemistry
discussed C. How to formulate fuels and lubricants

Who should attend:


Any students in engineering or in sciences,
who is interested to get an overview of the
chemical industry and some of its future PETROCHEMICALS AND POLYMERS
perspectives
A. Introduction to petrochemistry and polymers
Prerequisites: Day 3 transformation
A basic knowledge of chemistry is required. B. Dreams and visions
Along with a sense of curiosity, proper C. The example of the various automotive applications
attention during the lectures and reasonable
understanding of English or French languages

Duration:
5 days of 6 hours per day, or less depending THE GREEN CHEMISTRY
upon the university schedule
The whole program can be adapted in scope, A. The principles of the Green chemistry
level and duration (from day minimum to 5 B. Oleochemistry, a chemistry based on natural vegetal or
days) in order to meet the specific requests Day 4 animal oils and fats
from University C. Bioplastics, a new generation of polymers based on
natural and renewable resources
Language: D. Examination
English
French

Handouts:
Paper copies of most of the slides (in English) CONTEXTUAL ASPECTS
will be given. Small movies and exercises will
be used throughout the program A. The chemical safety aspects
Day 5 Analyse of the Bhopal disaster
B. How to communicate about risk, and crisis
communication aspects
C. Processes and jobs in the chemical industry

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INTRODUCTION IN MANAGEMENT OF
MAJOR RISKS IN THE PETROLEUM AND
CHEMICAL INDUSTRY
Professor:
Introduction et presentation of TOTAL activities
The World Environment and Challenges and the Oil
Companies:
1) Which factors affect decision making of Companies such
Day 1 as Total ?
2) Which factors are the most important ?
Patrick SIMONS 3) Why are those factors so important ?
4) Which challenges determine our Strategy?
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Objectives: Training Course Historical Evidence: the following


A broad idea about the petroleum and
accidents are discussed:
chemical industry;
1) A major vapour cloud explosion (Flixborough, UK, 1974)
A good understanding of the major challenges
that this industry is facing in the field of Day 2 2) A major toxic release (Bhopal, India, 1984)
3) A domino effect (Skikda, Algerie, 2004)
Health, Safety and Environment;
4) A large spill (Antwerp, Belgium, 2005)
Knowledge about a number of Major
5) A major fire (Buncefield, UK, 2005)
Accidents that occured in this industry;
Knowledge about how major risks can be
managed.
Training Course Historical Evidence (end)
Who should attend: Training Course Risk Management Principles:
Students with a technical background and
1) Management of Technological Risks uses methodologies
employees with technical background in the
and techniques that are particular.
O&G Industry
Day 3 2) The way that management of Technological Risks is done
often looks more an art than a science .
Prerequisites: 3) This module gives insights in the overall principles of
Some experience in the O&G Industry will be
Technological Risk Management
an advantage

Duration:
5 half days, 3 hours/day

Language: Training Course Risk Management Principles (end)


English Training Course Risk Reduction Measures:
1) Technical Measures
Handouts: Day 4 2) Organisation and Procedures
Slides, at the end of the lecture 3) Human Behaviour
4) Combination of the above

Training Course Risk Reduction Measures (end)


Day 5 Multiple choice Test (10 questions)

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CATALYSTS AND CATALYTIC PROCESSES
FOR CONVERSION OF HEAVY OILS
WITH DELAYED COKING
Professor:
A. BRIEF REVIEW OF THE DELAYED COKING PROCESS

B. CATALYSTS AND CATALYTIC PROCESSES FOR


Day 1 PETROLEUM REFINING INDUSTRY (PART 1)

5 hours
Jacques BOUSQUET

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Objectives:
Understand the scientific and technical bases
of the practice of the industrial catalysis and C. CATALYSTS AND CATALYTIC PROCESSES FOR
related commercial processes PETROLEUM REFINING INDUSTRY WITH SPECIAL
Day 2 FOCUS ON HYDROTREATING CATALYSTS DESIGN
Who should attend: (PART 2)
Engineers of petroleum or chemical
companies 5 hours
Students preparing last year of B Eng degree
or Master degree in chemical engineering

Prerequisites: D. PROCESSES FOR CATALYTIC HYDROTREATMENT


Last year of B Eng cursus minimum OF DELAYED COKER EFFLUENTS

Duration: E. A CASE STORY SHOWING METHODOLOGY TO


Adaptable because the modular concept of Day 3 DESIGN A SELECTIVE HYDROGENATION CATALYST
the program FORMULATION
Language: 5 hours
English
Spanish

Handouts:
Paper copies of the slides
F. CATALYSIS AND CATALYTIC ENGINEERING FOR
HYDROGEN PRODUCTION
Day 4
4 hours

G. CATALYSIS AND PROCESS ENGINEERING FOR


OFFGASES DEACIDIFICATION AND SULFUR
Day 5 PRODUCTION

4 hours

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EXTRA HEAVY CRUDE UPGRADING

Professor:
Feedstocks, finished product market, gap to be filled with
upgrading and refining

Day 1 Main characteristics of the Venezuelan upgraders

Exercises
Daniel DUMAS

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Objectives: Specific elements of the distillation units


The objective is to provide engineers or
Typical yields and product qualities
engineers to be graduated with practical
Typical mass balances
knowledge complementing theoretical
fundamentals Day 2
Specific elements of the deep conversion units
Who should attend: Typical yields and product qualities
Typical mass balances: hydrocarbons and sulphur
Bachelor/Master students in petroleum and
chemical engineering

Prerequisites:
Good command of one of the three languages
proposed for this course Specific elements of the hydroprocessing and hydrogen
production units
Duration: Typical yields and product qualities
5 days - 6 hours per day Day 3 Typical mass balances: hydrocarbons and sulphur

Language: Global extra heavy crude conversion


English
French
Spanish
Dutch
Gas sweetening
Sour water processing
Handouts: Sulphur recovery
Copy of the slides presented during the course
Typical yields and product qualities
Day 4 Typical mass balances

Upgraded crude markets


Upgraded crude refining
Extra heavy crude refining

Day 5 Project

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REFINING INDUSTRY

Professor:

A. INTRODUCTION TO THE REFINING INDUSTRY


The refining in the petroleum chain
Day 1 Overview of the petroleum refining industry
TOTAL company and its refining branch

Daniel MANGINOT

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Objectives:
To point out the new challenges of the
B. NEW CHALLENGES OF THE REFINING
Volatility of the crude oils prices
petroleum refining and the solutions using
Switch from light to heavy crude oils
the advanced refining technologies
Day 2 Request of the market for a new distribution of products
Who should attend: manufactured in the refineries
More severe products specifications
Students from Universities, Business schools
Sustainable development
Prerequisites:
General knowledge
Presentations adjusted to the level of
participants C. REFINING SCHEMES AND TOOLS
Old hydroskimming schemes
Duration: New schemes according to the objectives of the companies
5 days - 3-4hours/day Presentation of some key processing units
Day 3 Hydrodesulfurisation units
Language: Reforming units
English Conversion units
.
Handouts:
Printed document with copy of slides
presented during the session

D. CATALYSTS
The main catalysts of the processing units
Day 4
Exam

E. DESIGN OF REFINING UNIT


Process book
Operating manual & start up of a process unit

Day 5 F. CORRECTION OF THE EXAM


Conclusion of the session

Delivery of certificates of participation to the session

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REFINING COURSE

Professor:
COPING WITH CHALLENGE

INTRODUCTION

Day 1 BASICS OF PETROLEUM ANALYSIS

OVERALL REFINING
Claude MARTY

SCHEME
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Objectives:
Give the students the basics of refining

Who should attend: FIRST GROUP OF PROCESSES


This course is intended for students of Day 2 Crude oil desalting
universities & engineering colleges Atmospheric & vacuuem distillations

Prerequisites:
A sterling training in chemistry and chemical
engineering is necessary

Duration:
One week SECOND GROUP OF PROCESSES
The problem of straight-run gasolines
Language: Catalytic reforming
English Day 3 Isomerization
MTBE units
Handouts: Alkylation
A course material and various working
Documents

THIRD GROUP OF PROCESSES


Introduction - Needs of the market
Day 4 Origins & characteristics of conversion units feeds
Basics of heavy feed conversion processes
Visbreaking - Coking - Catalytic cracking

HYDROGEN PRODUCTION & HYDRO-CRACKING


Fourth group of processes
Hydrotreating
Day 5 Chemical refining
Sourgas treatment & water treatment

Final examination

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ADVANCED PETROLEUM PRODUCTS

Professor:
A. PETROLEUM PRODUCTS - GENERALITIES
History
Basis of hydrocarbon chemistry
Day 1 Refining

B. LIQUEFIED PETROLEUM GASES


Jean-Marie BOTTE

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Objectives: C. AUTOMOTIVE FUELS


Environmental constraints
Provide students with practical knowledge on
Engine technology evolution
current and future petroleum products based
Engine-fuel relationship
on a long and sound technical experience
Day 2 Fuel specifications
Who should attend: Biofuels
Future of automotive fuels
Students with a scientific background

Prerequisites: Exercises and videos


Mechanics
Chemistry
D. AVIATION FUELS
Duration: Aviation turbine fuels
3 to 5 days Aviation gasoline

Language: Day 3 E. HEATING FUELS


English
F. HEAVY FUEL OILS - MARINE FUELS
Handouts:
4 Electronic files Exercises and videos

G. LUBRICANTS
Automotive lubricants
Industrial lubricants
Day 4 Aviation lubricants
Marine lubricants
Greases
Exercises and videos

H. NON-ENERGETICAL PRODUCTS
Naphta
Chemicals
Solvents
Paraffin-wax
Day 5 Bitumen

Videos

Exam

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INSTRUMENTATION AND PROCESS
CONTROL IN REFINING
Professor:
REFINING INTRODUCTION
History of petroleum and refining
Why crudes differ from one another?
Day 1 Hydrocarbon components
What are products and their specifications?
Introduction to distillation
Nicolas CAILLET Standards in oil refining

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Objectives:
Know to think about process instrumentation
and control INSTRUMENTATION OF DISTILLATION COLUMN
Basis knowledge of instrumentation and What is instrumentation?
process control Day 2 Introduction to few instruments
Have notions on instrument reliability and on Introduction to on-line product analysis
measures
Resolve practical cases of techniques seen
during the course

Who should attend:


Engineer students
CONTROL SYSTEMS
Technicians Review of basic concepts of the process control
Safety/control segregation
Prerequisites: Digital Control Systems in general
Basic knowledge of process control, open loop, Day 3 Information via DCS
close loop answers Alarms management
Historisation functions
Duration: Constitution of DCS
5 days, from 6 to 7 hours per day (can be Introduction to advance control (if time)
adapted according to student skills and
University planning)

Language:
English QUALITY SOFT SENSORS
French Origin of needs
Day 4 Different types of inferentials for rigorous models to neural
Handouts: networks
MS Powerpoints, exercises, films, slide shows

Exam

OTHER POSSIBLE CONTROLLERS


Introduction to fuzzy logic
Day 5
OPEN DISCUSSION
Refining and environmental issues
Role of an engineer

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SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

Professor:
THE PRINCIPLES OF SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
Supply modes, stock management
Push and Pull flows, Just in time flow management
Day 1 Interaction of storage and transport

LOGISTICS ORGANISATION IN INTERNATIONAL


Thierry HANNECART TRADING AND DOWNSTREAM DISTRIBUTION

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Objectives:
To become familiar with the concepts of
INDUSTRIAL STORAGES (LIQUID AND GASES, ABOVE
supply, transport and storage management
and techniques in the oil and gas world AND UNDERGROUND)
Day 2 Storage types, main drivers for investment
Who should attend: Safety issues
students of engineering or business schools, Stock measurement techniques - static and dynamic (flows)
young professionals during initial training
periods

Prerequisites:
Minimum knowledge in economics and in
petroleum products ECONOMICS OF STORAGE AND TRANSPORT
OPERATIONS
Duration: Determination of fixed & variables costs
5 half day courses, complemented by practical Day 3 Location and sizing of terminals
cases Choice of transport mode, sizing of transport fleets
Storage and transport contracts
Language:
English
French
Dutch
LIQUEFIED PETROLEUM GASES
Handouts: Requirements for LPG logistics in bulk or cylinders
Powerpoint slides prints and Word documents
Specific safety scenarios and economic constraints
Day 4
AVIATION FUELS
Requirements in upstream logistics and airfield
distribution, quality/safety related constraints

EXERCISES ON PRACTICAL CASES


Day 5 Participants are given the opportunity to apply principles
seen during the week

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DOWNSTREAM SUPPLY CHAIN

Professor:
OIL MARKETS
Main crudes and products markets, crudes qualities,
products specifications, cotations, shipping (crudes,
Day 1 products, world scale), landing prices, export prices, import
crude terminals, import and export products terminals,
arbitrage
Pierre NOAILLY

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Supply/demand balance, supply of shortfall and export of
Objectives: excess products, working capital, hedging
Optimization and economics of the
downstream supply chain, from crude supply
REFINING
to end delivery to customers Day 2 Refinery scheme, processing units, conversion units, crudes
slate, products slate, refinery mass balance, refining
Who should attend: indicator, refinery margin, fixed costs, Fuel and losses,
Logistics and supply of oil products
variable costs, constraints, operating result, net result,
Profit and loss, new investments
Duration:
3 days
LOGISTICS
Language: Depots network, primary and secondary depots, capacity,
English type of tanks, optimization, rotation, unloading facilities,
French loading facilities, gantry, pipelines, rails, constraints, losses,
economics
Handouts:
PDF document Day 3 ROAD TRANSPORT
Trucks, primary and secondary transports, loading types,
loading pass, safe to load, economics

SAFETY
HSE along the supply chain

Day 4

Day 5

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INDUSTRIAL MAINTENANCE:
HOW TO CURB CORROSION IN
OPERATING REFINING PLANTS
Professor:

OBJECTIVES
Some definitions
Day 1 Typical corrosion processes
Corrosion control & monitoring

Claude MARTY

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Objectives:
Give the students the basics of the corrosion
processes in refinery APPLICATIONS
Give the different ways to fight against Topping
Day 2 Hydroprocessing
Who should attend: Fluid catalytic cracking
This course is intended for students of
universities & engineering colleges

Prerequisites:
A sterling training in chemistry & chemical
engineering is necessary
APPLICATIONS (CONTINUED)
Duration: Catalytic reforming
3 days Steam reforming
Day 3 Case of petroleum platforms
Language: Case of heavy oils
English
Final examination
Handouts:
A course material and various working
documents

Day 4

Day 5

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Marketing & Services

January 2017 - 164 -


January 2017 - 165 -
Marketing & Services

COURSES TEACHERS PAGE

Future of Automotive and Fuels For


J-M. BOTTE 168
A Sustainable Development

January 2017 - 166 -


January 2017 - 167 -
FUTURE OF AUTOMOTIVE AND FUELS
FOR A SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
Professor:
A. CHALLENGES
World energy outlook
Challenge 1: global warming
Challenge 2: end of petrol & gas
Day 1 Challenge 3: geopolitics of petrol
Challenge 4: a clean air
Challenge 5: a good way of life
Jean-Marie BOTTE
Exercise and video
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Objectives: B. EVOLUTION OF AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY


Provide students the challenges faced by both Generalities
automotive and petroleum industries and Environmental constraints
provide them some practical pathways Gasoline engines
Day 2 Diesel engines
Who should attend: New combustion modes
Students with a scientific background Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV): Definition, Functions -
Classification
Prerequisites:
Mechanics
Thermodynamics
C. EVOLUTION OF AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY - CONT
Duration: Hybrid Electric Vehicle (continued): design, architectures,
3 to 5 days components, management of energy, realizations, future
of HEV
Language: Day 3 Electric vehicles
English Fuel cells

Handouts: Exercise s and videos


Electronic files containing all the main
materials

D. EVOLUTION OF AUTOMOTIVE FUELS


Engine and fuels requirements: gasoline and diesel oil
Conventional fuels: specifications, fuel formulation and
Day 4 refining

Exercises and videos

E. FUTURE OF AUTOMOTIVE FUELS


Short- term: 2010-2015
Biofuels 1st generation, liquefied petroleum gases, natural
gas vehicle
Mid-term: 2015-2030
Day 5 New combustion modes, biofuels 2nd generation,
methanol, gas-to-liquid fuels
Long-term: > 2030: hydrogen

Exam

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Transversal activities

January 2017 - 170 -


January 2017 - 171 -
Transversal activities
COURSES TEACHERS PAGE

HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT


International Management and Intercultural Communication C. GASTINEL 176

Intercultural Cities: Strategy, Policies and Governance C. GASTINEL 177

Taylor-made IW - International Management and


178
Intercultural Communication C. GASTINEL

Human Resources Management for Future Managers F. ROZIER 179

How to develop Talents through a global Career Management


180
approach H. OBERREINER

RISK MANAGEMENT AND CRISIS COMMUNICATION


Communication on Risk and Crisis Communication J. LEGRAND 184

Crisis Management and Crisis Communication C. VIENOT 185

Business Intelligence & Risk Management C. MARTY 186

Safety & Dependability - Overview, Modeling and Calculations J-P. SIGNORET and S. COLLAS or P-J. CACHEUX 187

WORLD ENERGY OUTLOOK


World Energy Outlook up to 2035 J-R. MARABELLE 190

Oil Trade and Oil Contracts F. TEILLARD 191

STATES, CORPORATIONS, BUSINESS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND CSR


Environment and Sustainability F. MICHAUD 194

Sustainable Development & CSR J-R. MARABELLE 195

Sustainable Development & Alternative Energies F. TEILLARD 196

States, Corporations and CSR J-P. CORDIER 197

Responsibility and non responsibility G. LANGLAIS 198

Social Responsability & Economic Performance G. LANGLAIS 199

Developing Talents and Leadership H. OBERREINER 200

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January 2017 - 173 -
Integrated Weeks
RISK MANAGEMENT CO
HUMAN RESOURCES
MANAGEMENT

January 2017 - 174 -


January 2017 - 175 -
INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT AND
INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION
Professor:
INTRODUCTION
What is the meaning of intercultural communication? How
to deal with international management and negotiation?
Some facts about the world. World perceptions. Some
systems of representation of the world
Day 1 Reminders on interpersonal communication: 2 levels
(conscious and unconscious), 3 notions (linguistic,
Christine GASTINEL paralinguistic and non-linguistic), 3 filters

CV available on www.totalprof.com Examples and exercises

Objectives:
This 15 to 20 hour-lecture on 5 days aims at
providing a practical understanding of the
different ways to be efficient in business and 10 INTERCULTURAL CONCEPTS for management,
management across cultures. Examples are business and communication: trends, definitions and
given and exercises done during the week Day 2 authors + practical videos and exercises
(video, paper). Quiz the last day 4 of the 10 concepts: time, space, self and others, etc.
Short homework for the following day
Who should attend:
Preferably students from Master level:
engineering, business, mathematics/computer
science, communication, law, design, tourism,
psychology/sociology, etc.
10 INTERCULTURAL CONCEPTS (END): authority and
Prerequisites: Day 3 leadership, attitude toward action, etc.
Openness of mind, curiosity, some knowledge
in geography of the world. English: good level Exercises and documents. Short homework
(or French good level, according to language
chosen by the University)

Duration: General COMPARISON OF CULTURES according to


15 to 20 hours (3 to 4 hours X 5 days) history and myths
Possibility to shorten this integrated week into
a conference FOCUS ON SEVERAL CULTURES among which cultures:
Day 4 Anglo-Saxon culture, Latin culture, Asian culture
Language: Possibility to study other cultures if needed: African,
English Slavic/Russian, Indian, or to deal with Islam and its role on
French cultures. Short homework

Handouts:
Paper copy of the slides
A bibliography and actual material are given at
Another use of Intercultural knowledge and international
the end of the session as well
management: HOW TO SOLVE CONFLICTS and even to
detect them before they happen
HOW TO MAKE BUSINESS with different cultures?
Day 5 (Product cycle life according to cultures, motivation of
people)
What kind of difficulties are YOU eventually going to face
according to YOUR CULTURE? Intercultural and
multicultural approach

January 2017 - 176 -


INTERCULTURAL CITIES:
STRATEGY, POLICIES AND GOVERNANCE
Professor: COMMUNICATING IN AN INTERCULTURAL CONTEXT
Understanding dynamic demography, economy and
development. Major concepts of intercultural
communication and international management

Day 1 WORLD PERCEPTIONS


Some systems of representation of the world
Christine GASTINEL
REMINDERS ON INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION
CV available on www.totalprof.com 2 levels (conscious and unconscious), 3 notions (linguistic,
paralinguistic and non-linguistic), 3 filters
Objectives:
This 15 to 20 hour-lecture on 5 days aims at MAPPING of intercultural issues for a city
providing a practical understanding of the FORMULATING AN INTERCULTURAL CITY STRATEGY
intercultural issues for cities. Updated data The ten-element process (from positive public attitudes,
and research are used. Examples are given and Day 2 business and economy, mediation and resolution, etc. to
exercises done during the week (video, paper). cross cultural decision making)
Quiz the last day
INDICATORS AND EVALUATION
Who should attend:
Preferably students from Master level:
architecture, engineering, business, PRACTICAL POLICIES AND METHODS FOR AN
mathematics/computer science, INTERCULTURAL CITY
communication, law, psychology/sociology, Non-policy, guest worker policy, assimilationist policy,
etc. Day 3 multicultural policy and intercultural policy

Prerequisites: GENERAL COMPARISON OF CULTURES according to


Openness of mind, curiosity, some knowledge history and myths
in geography of the world. English: good level
(or French good level, according to language THE INTERCULTURAL CITIES NETWORK WORLDWIDE
chosen by the University) 40 cities involved (London, Berlin, Lyon, Mexico, Montreal,
Oslo, Neuchatel); 10 cities being in a pilot yet
Duration:
15 to 20 hours (3 to 4 hours X 5 days)
Possibility to shorten this integrated week into FOCUS ON SEVERAL CULTURES AMONG WHICH
a conference Day 4 CULTURES
Anglo-saxon culture, Latin culture, Asian culture
Language:
English
French POSSIBILITY TO STUDY OTHER CULTURES IF NEEDED
African, Slavic/Russian, Indian, or to deal with Islam and its
Handouts: role on cultures. Short homework
Paper copy of the slides
A bibliography and actual material are given at
RATIONALE TO INTERCULTURAL CITY: DIVERSITY
the end of the session
ADVANTAGES AND CHALLENGES (complementary skills,
access to markets and capital, entrepreneurship,
cosmopolitan brand, creativity and innovation, civic
Day 5 innovation, governance and citizenship)

WHAT KIND OF DIFFICULTIES ARE YOU eventually


going to face according to your culture? Intercultural and
multicultural approach

January 2017 - 177 -


TAYLOR-MADE IW INTERNATIONAL
MANAGEMENT AND INTERCULTURAL
COMMUNICATION
Professor: YOUR COUNTRY AND THE COUNTRY OR THE REGION
THAT IS OF INTEREST FOR YOU (UP TO DATE
INFORMATION AND BENCH MARKS)
Introduction
Day 1 What is the meaning of intercultural communication? How
to deal with international management and negotiation?
Some facts about the world. World perceptions. Some
systems of representation of the world
Christine GASTINEL

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REMINDERS ON INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION
2 levels (conscious and unconscious), 3 notions (linguistic,
Objectives: paralinguistic and non-linguistic), 3 filters
Examples and exercises
To suit to the demand by providing a course
on countries or regions of the World which are
of specific concern for your University. This 10 INTERCULTURAL CONCEPTS for management,
lecture on 5 days aims at giving a practical business and communication: trends, definitions and
Day 2 authors
understanding of the different ways to be
efficient in business and management. Up to + Practical videos and exercises
date and focused information are given
4 OF THE 10 CONCEPTS
Who should attend: your country and chosen country or region in terms of
Preferably students from Master level: time, space, self and others, etc.
engineering, business, mathematics/computer Short homework for the following day
science, communication, law, design, tourism,
psychology/sociology, etc. 10 INTERCULTURAL CONCEPTS (CONTINUED)
your country and the chosen country or region in terms of
Prerequisites: Day 3 authority and leadership, attitude toward action, etc.
Openness of mind, curiosity, some knowledge
in geography of the World. English: good level Exercises and documents. Short homework
(or French good level, according to language
chosen by the University)
GENERAL COMPARISON OF CULTURES according to
Duration: history and myths
15 to 20 hours (3 to 4 hours X 5 days) FOCUS ON SEVERAL CULTURES OF INTEREST FOR
Possibility to shorten this integrated week into YOU
a conference e.g. Anglo-Saxon culture, Latin culture, Asian culture

Language: Day 4 POSSIBILITY TO STUDY OTHER CULTURES IF NEEDED


English African, Slavic/Russian, Indian, or to deal with Islam and its
French role on cultures
HOW TO MAKE BUSINESS WITH DIFFERENT
Handouts: CULTURES? (Product cycle life according to cultures,
Paper copy of the slides motivation of people)
A bibliography and actual material are given at
the end of the session
ANOTHER USE OF INTERCULTURAL KNOWLEDGE
AND INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT
How to solve conflicts and even to detect them before they
happen?
Day 5 What kind of difficulties are YOU eventually going to face
according to YOUR CULTURE? Intercultural and
multicultural approach
Final quiz

January 2017 - 178 -


HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
FOR FUTURE MANAGERS
Professor:
INTRODUCTION
The organisation of the human resources management
The role of a future line manager related to HR
Day 1 management

PART 1
Frdric ROZIER Manpower planning

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Objectives:
To give an overview of the human resources PART 2
management to future line managers Recruitment
Day 2 Job appraisal
Who should attend: High potentials management
Business and engineering school students
Level: Master 1 or 2

Prerequisites:
A knowledge of the industrial context, through
internships for example

Duration: PART 3
4 to 6 half-days Career management
Day 3 Mobility
Language: Career interview
English Replacement plans
French

Handouts:
A synthesis after each part

PART 4
Day 4 Training
Compensation

SKILLS MANAGEMENT
Diversity
Day 5 Review and questions and answers
Conclusion

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HOW TO DEVELOP TALENTS THROUGH
A GLOBAL CAREER MANAGEMENT
APPROACH
Professor:
General Background

Key HR indicators
Day 1 Career Management:How the short , medium and long
term intersect

Herv OBERREINER Career Management: a shared reponsibility

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Objectives: Recruitment: a coherent policy


To provide the appropriate understanding and
tools of the "Career Management" approach Mobility:an assertive policy
to managers and future managers Day 2
Manpower planning:anticipating changes and needs
Who should attend:
Senior, middle managers and high potentials
preparing to become future managers

Prerequisites:
Ten to fifteen years experience in one or
various organisations and a good
understanding of the business context Succesion plans and replacement plans

Duration: Day 3 Performance appraisal


3 hours per day during 5 days but can be
adapted to participants level and availabilities. Job evaluation
Can vary between 6 to 15 hours

Language:
English
French

Handouts: High potential and very high potential

Identification and management


Day 4
Compensation and benefits

Diversity:the key to success

Training:how to keep employees "employable


Day 5 Conclusions

Ceremony for certificates of attendance

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Integrated Weeks
RISK MANAGEMENT CO
RISK MANAGEMENT
AND CRISIS
COMMUNICATION

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COMMUNICATION ON RISK AND
CRISIS COMMUNICATION
HOW TO DEVELOP ACCEPTABILITY INSTEAD OF CRITICISM
Professor:
INTRODUCTION, BASIC PRINCIPLES AND
EXPECTATIONS
A. Basic principles of an effective and successful
Day 1 communication
B. Analysis of the human being, sensitivity and expectations
C. The stakeholders and their expectations.
Jacques LEGRAND D. The current communication systems and tools

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Objectives: HOW TO COMMUNICATE ABOUT RISK


Students will obtain a broad understanding of A. General principles
the communication challenges in relation with B. How to identify your risks, methodology and best
sensitive operations, stakeholders concern, practices
and crisis situations. The principles of an Day 2 C. How to analyze past incidents and accidents
efficient communication will be introduced, D. Stakeholders sensitivity and concern
before, during and after incidents or accidents E. How to dialog with your stakeholders and to improve
your acceptability
Who should attend:
Students in communication, but also any
students in engineering and science who could
be faced with critical industrial situations CRISIS SITUATION AND ISSUES
during their professional life A. Crisis management, a managerial responsibility
B. From an accident to a crisis?
Prerequisites: C. Crisis management, an emotional situation instead of a
No prerequisite is required. Along with a sense Day 3 realistic and logical approach
of curiosity, proper attention during the D. The crisis management team and its organization
lectures and reasonable understanding of E. How to deal with a crisis situation, aspects and
English or French languages challenges

Duration:
5 days of six hours per day, or less depending
upon the University schedule
THE CRISIS AND THE MEDIA
The whole program can be adapted in scope,
A. The media, the journalists and their expectations
level and duration (from day minimum to 5
B. How to manage the media, and how to prepare an
days) in order to meet the specific requests
from the university Day 4 interview
C. Exercise and identification of the major difficulties when
Language: answering a telephonic or TV interview
D. The Do & Dont
English
French

Handouts:
Paper copies of most of the slides in English
will be given. Small movies and exercises will THE CRISIS AND YOUR STAKEHOLDERS
be used throughout the program A. How to manage victims and their family
B. How to manage sensitive phone calls
Day 5 C. How to deal with post-traumatic stress situations
D. Dont forget your personnel, your neighbors and other
stakeholders
E. General conclusions and recommendations

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CRISIS MANAGEMENT &
CRISIS COMMUNICATION
Professor:
UNDERSTANDING TODAYS WORLD: HOW DO
MEDIA WORK
What is communication?
Day 1 Medias laws of proximity
What are medias expectations
Different audiences expect different messages
Claire VINOT

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Objectives:
Provide the students with a better FROM ACCIDENTS TO CRISIS
understanding of basic principles of crisis Differences between emergency and crisis
communication and crisis management Examples of crisis
Explains what an organization or a private Day 2 Group workshop: analyze a past crisis
company has to do in order to be prepared for Crisis management process and phases
accidents and crisis Can we prevent crisis?

Who should attend:


Students at Master level

Prerequisites:
Good understanding of English and curiosity
CRISIS COMMUNICATIONS: TOOLS AND
for business and media relations
PROCEDURES
Duration: Day 3 Stages of media communications
5 days x 3 hours, but can be adapted to Holding statement, press release, Q&A, fast facts group
students level and any duration from 3 hours workshop: prepare a statement and write a press release
to 20 hours

Language:
English
French
BASICS OF CRISIS MANAGEMENT
Handouts: Perform a risk analysis
Identify your organizations gaps
Summary of the course and key slides
Day 4 Crisis plan and procedure
Crisis rooms and crisis team
Trainings, exercises and drills
Lessons learned from past crisis

GROUP EXERCISE
Situation briefing
Team work: solve a crisis situation
Day 5 Group debrief
Lessons learned
Control is done through the final group exercise

January 2017 - 185 -


BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE
& RISK MANAGEMENT
Professor:
INTRODUCTION/ECONOMIC CONTEXT TODAY
COPING WITH CHALLENGE

Day 1 PART I: RISK MANAGEMENT


Running risk events through causal analysis, whatever the
business sector
The criticality matrix
Claude MARTY The default tree

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Objectives:
Give the students the basics of: METHODS TO MANAGE RISKS ON THE GROUND AND
BI (Business Intelligence) THEIR LEVEL OF FLEXIBILITY
RM (Risk Management) IATAM
Day 2 Identify - Assess risks - Terminate - Tackle - Tolerate -
Who should attend: Transfer - Take action - Monitor & correct
This course is intended for students FMECA
Of universities & engineering colleges Failure mode, effects & criticality analysis

Prerequisites:
No prerequisite is required. Along with a sense
of curiosity, proper attention during the
lectures and reasonable understanding of
MADS Method
English or French languages
Model analysis of dysfunctions of a system
Day 3 HAZOP
Duration: Hazard & operability studies
5 days

Language:
English
French PART II: BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE
(BLENDS INTO THE 1ST. PART OF THE COURSE)
Handouts: Objectives & definitions; monitoring and gathering
A course material & various working business intelligence
documents Day 4 The procedure to run business intelligence watches in a
company
The toolbox to find strategic information, process it and
use it

A FEW OF THE METHODS CURRENTLY IN USE


The GRB method
Establish the goals
Establish the requirements
Build the bases you want to watch
Watchpoints method, called the VIGILANCE FIELDS
Day 5 METHOD

APPLICATION
The combined RISK MANAGEMENT & BUSINESS
INTELLIGENCE SYSTEM
Bibliography

January 2017 - 186 -


SAFETY & DEPENDABILITY
(RELIABILITY, AVAILABILITY, RAM, SIL ...)
OVERVIEW, MODELING & CALCULATIONS
Professors: A. INTRODUCTION: WHY AND WHEN ?
Dependability & safety short story
Notions of danger, risk, undesired events, etc.
Notion of random processes. General methodology
Day 1
B. CORE CONCEPTS
Reliability, availability
Failure rate, MTBF, MTTF, etc
Jean-Pierre SIGNORET Slides & exercises

C. RISK IDENTIFICATION
Preliminary Hazard Analysis (PHA), HAZOP
Failure mode and effect and criticality analysis (AMDEC)

D. FROM SIMPLE TO MULTIPLE FAILURES


Day 2 Inventory and presentation of analysis methods
Stphane COLLAS Pierre-Joseph CACHEUX
Two-state systems
Reliability block diagrams
Fault trees
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First probabilistic calculations
Slides & exercises
Objectives:
Dependability & safety basic concepts
(reliability, availability, maintainability, safety, E. EXTENSION TO SIL (SAFETY INTEGRITY LEVELS)
etc) CALCULATIONS
Basic notions in modeling & calculations for: Basic concepts versus SIL concepts (IEC 61508/511)
safety (SIL studies), production (RAM studies) Fault tree handling
Common cause failure notions
Day 3
Who should attend:
Students from university and engineering F. FROM STATIC TO DYNAMIC MODELS
schools Dynamic systems introduction
Engineers dealing with safety and production Markovian approach
availability studies Slides & exercises
Teachers interested in probabilistic
calculations applied to actual industrial G. EXTENSION TO RAM (PRODUCTION AVAILABILITY)
systems CALCULATIONS
Introduction to RAM studies
Prerequisites: Markov modeling
Basic knowledge in probabilistic calculations Production availability basic calculations

Duration: Day 4 H. FROM ANALYTICAL TO MONTE CARLO


5 days, 4 to 5 hours per day CALCULATIONS
Introduction to Monte Carlo simulation
Language: Petri net modeling: production level, maintenance,
English maintenance supports, etc., spare parts, etc
French Slides & exercises
Handouts:
Paper copy of slides and exercises I. CONCLUSION
Slides in English or French
Notes: the content of the course/exercises can Day 5 J. REVISION
be tuned according to the student level Slides & exercises
This program can be lightened according to Control (QCM): optional
the University planning.

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Integrated Weeks
RISK MANAGEMENT CO
WORLD ENERGY
OUTLOOK

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January 2017 - 189 -
THE WORLD ENERGY OUTLOOK TO 2035

Professor: THE WEO OF THE INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY,


IEA.ORG
The world energy scene today
A mix that is slow to change
The demand growth moves to South Asia
The run-up to the 2015 climate summit in France
Oil use grows, but in a narrowing set of markets
Day 1 Turbulent times for the refining sector
Brazil cuts a distinctive profile
Jean-Ren MARABELLE
Renewables power up around the world
Who has the energy to compete?
An energy boost to the economy?
CV available on www.totalprof.com LNG from the United States can shake up gas markets
Orientation for a fast-changing energy world
Objectives:
Provide the students with projections of THE WEO OF BP, EXXON AND THE OIL OUTLOOK OF
energy trends through to 2035 and what they THE OPEC
World oil trends
mean for energy security, environmental Oil demand by sector
sustainability and economic development. Coal market outlook
Provide the TOTAL objectives for the 5 coming Day 2 Liquids supply
years Uncertainties challenges and opportunities
Demand outlook
Long term refining outlook
Who should attend: Downstream challenges
Students at Master level or business schools Irak leads global oil production growth
interested in global issues with the
economical, political and social aspects of the
DEVELOPMENTS IN GLOBAL GAS MARKETS
oil, gas, coal, nuclear and renewables business Golden prospects for natural gas
How shale produces natural gas
Prerequisites: The size of US natural gas resources, ngsa.org
Interest in economics, geopolitics and Outlook on global LNG markets
international relations How will the unconventional gas boom affect prices?
THE CLIMATE CHANGE ISSUES, unep, ipieca
Day 3 Greenhouse effect
Duration: UNEP: Building resilience; moving towards low carbon
5 days x 5 hours including movies, practical societies
cases and a final exam with quiz Reducing emissions from deforestation; finance models for
the green economy. GEO 5
IPIECA: Petroleum industry guidelines for GHG reduction
Language: project series and GHG emissions reporting, the GRI
English
TOTAL WEO, total.com committed to better energy
Handouts: Committed to a responsible strategy for a long term
Links to the different websites growth
Slides, movies and quiz in English Fossil energies to represent 75% of energy supply in 2035
Global oil & gas reserves conventional and unconventional
Gas markets: global growth but regional markets
US shale gas: where from now?
Day 4 Oil production perspectives. Tight oil potential in the US
WTI and Brent: regional volatility. Total and renewables
TOTAL leader in deep offshore; major projects on track
High potential exploration program
R&C major projects on main platforms
Delivering growth & profitability in M&S
Delivering free cash flow growth
Returns and acceptability key to sustainability

PRESENTATION AND DISCUSSION ABOUT THE


ENERGY OUTLOOK IN YOUR OWN COUNTRY
Day 5 WORKSHOPS ON BEST PRACTICES
Films, exam, quiz & results
Ceremony for certificates of attendance

January 2017 - 190 -


OIL TRADE AND OIL CONTRACTS

Professor:
INTERNATIONAL OIL TRADE
Geographical disparity in reserves, productions,
consumptions
Great dependency of consuming countries
Day 1 A major economic and financial impact
Main suppliers: national and independent companies

Franois TEILLARD INTERNATIONAL OIL ORGANIZATIONS


OPEC, IEA, other organizations
CV available on www.totalprof.com The changing patterns of oil and products trade

Objectives:
To explain what is oil Trade and what types of A NEW FRAMEWORK FOR THE TRADE
contracts cover different types of agreements A new order between producing countries and
resulting from various business transactions international oil companies
on spot, middle or long term Day 2 Main agreements (buy back, service agreements, )
The spot market and pricing formula
Who should attend: The term market and term contracts
University students interested in commercial Classification of main producing countries
and financial aspects of oil contracts, the
optimization and risk analysis

Prerequisites: THE CONTRACTUAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS


Fair knowledge in matters related to business General terms and conditions
and world trade Incoterms and specific conditions applied
Implementation: confidentiality, liabilities, governing law,
Duration: Day 3 assignment, indemnity and waiver
5 days/15 hours Particular terms and conditions
Quantity, quality, delivery price, payment, invoicing, lay
Language: time, inspection, title and risk, insurance, warranties
English
French

Handouts: AN APPROACH TO THE CONTRACTUAL


Abstract copies
Slides copies NEGOCIATION
Most documents in English The special nature of contractual negotiation
Day 4 Basic knowledge of law
Letters of intent, secret-agreements and confidentiality
Contracts developments
Guarantees and responsabilities

CASE STUDIES
Standard types of contracts and master agreements
Main contracts, types: CIF/FOB/ Crude oil and products
Day 5 sales
Round Table

Questions and clarifications

January 2017 - 191 -


Integrated Weeks
RISK MANAGEMENT CO
STATES, CORPORATIONS,
BUSINESS SUSTAINABLE
DEVELOPMENT AND CSR

January 2017 - 192 -


January 2017 - 193 -
ENVIRONMENT AND SUSTAINABILITY

Professor:
A. GENERAL CONTEXT: SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
- ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES
Introduction - Issues regarding energy, climate change,
environment and concept of sustainable development. The
Day 1 world has changed - what consequences on the oil
business?

Frdrique MICHAUD Exercises

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Objectives: B. ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES AT E&P


After this course you will know the tools to use Introduction, Main issues: emissions measures/impact
to analyse, evaluate and manage the evaluation/impact reduction, indicators, regulation, best
environmental risks available technics, health links, life cycle analysis
Day 2 Main thematics: Air - Water - Biodiversity - Soil
Who should attend: Site management
Students who will be working in the
environment, as well as students who will Movies - Exercises
have management roles to get an overview of
the main environmental/social issues

Prerequisites: C. ENVIRONMENTAL RISK ANALYSIS


No. The course is adaptable Global environmental risk: analysis, prevention, mitigation,
crisis response. Chronic risk - Accidental risk
Duration: Day 3 Management of the environmental risks in our projects
5 days Crisis cases

Language: Exercises
English

Handouts:
A booklet of the presentation
D. ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
This session will help you understand how to apply the
ISO14001 requirements to implement a cohesive EMS and
Day 4 improve business operations. Its real-life examples include
tools, worksheets, forms and procedures, plus a highly
interactive case study that develops a thorough
understanding of the concepts used in ISO 14001-2004

E. LOCAL CONTENT AND FINAL QUIZ


Who are the stakeholders, how to take them into account
Day 5 during all our operations

Final quiz

January 2017 - 194 -


SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT & CSR
COMMITMENTS OF THE STATES TO SD & CSR
OF THE OIL & GAS COMPANIES
THE UN MEMBER STATES ARE COMMITTED TO THE
Professor: SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT FOR A BETTER WORLD
Four decades development of the UNEP. unep.org
UNEP Priorities
Climate change, disasters and conflicts, ecosystem management,
environmental governance, harmful substances, resource
efficiency
Year in review
UNEP and the Green economy. End poverty 2015 millenium goal
Post 2015 development agenda. UNEP in the region Africa
Day 1 The CSR, Corporate Social Responsability of the oil & gas
companies
Jean-Ren MARABELLE
Licence to operate. Environment: biodiversity, water and soil
protection. Oil spill preparedness
CV available on www.totalprof.com Health, human rights. Indigenous peoples: emerging good
practices
Local content. Key questions on social investments
Objectives: Voluntary principles on security. Guide to social impact
Provide the students with a summary of the assessment
United Nations sustainable development IFC Sustainability (World Bank): environment & social standards
The GRI, Global Reporting Initiative. The industry reporting
programmes; how can the oil companies
contribute to SD through their own CSR The WORLD ENERGY OUTLOOK in 2035, according to
iea.org, opec.org, bp.com, exxon.com and total.com
finance, environment and social objectives. Orientation for a fast-changing energy world
Provide the students with the TOTAL CSR Who has the energy to compete?
programmes Light tight oil shakes the next ten years, but leaves the longer
term unstirred
Who should attend: Day 2 The great migration in oil refining and trade
The power sector adjusts to a new life with wind and solar
Students at Master level or business schools Key to the outlook for coal and gas
interested in global issues with the The power sector adjusts to a new life with wind and solar
economical, political and social aspects of the Brazil is at the leading edge of deepwater and low-carbon
oil, gas and renewables business development

THE CLIMATE CHANGE ISSUE according to, iea, unep,


Prerequisites: ipieca, api, ogp
Interest in economics, geopolitics and the UNFCCC. Keeping Track from Rio to Rio + 20
international relations The Greenhouse effect
Energy technology perspectives
Day 3 UNEP: Building resilience; moving towards low carbon societies;
Duration: reducing emissions from deforestation
5 days x 5 hours including movies, practical GEO 5 for Youth
cases in workshops and a final exam with quiz IPIECA: petroleum industry guidelines for GHG reduction project
series and GHG emissions reporting
Language: TOTAL CSR OBJECTIVES, total.com, committed for better
English energy
Key messages. Strong oil market fundamentals. Increasing global
Handouts: gas demand. Delivering results. HSE top priority. Developing
Links to the different websites viable energy solutions. Promoting employment. Empowering our
suppliers
Slides, movies and quiz in English Operating in challenging countries. Tomorrow energy mix.
Recycling, recovery and reclamation. Water. The shale oil & gas
Day 4 debate
Industrial safety, environment, ethical standards
Local social and economic development. Equal opportunity and
diversity. Climate and carbon. Local environmental footprint.
Developing renewable energies. Our eco-efficient solutions
Health at workplace, health and products. Commitments to
employees and communities
The yearly Total reporting publications
CSR IN YOUR OWN COUNTRY
Discussion and workshops about sustainable development
Programmes & CSR in your own country. Films
Day 5
Exam quiz & results. Certificate of attendance
Conclusion

January 2017 - 195 -


SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND
ALTERNATIVE ENERGIES
Professor: Origin and definitions
SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: PRESENTATION
Main aspects of sustainable development
Day 1 Evolution and international agreements
The 3 M rule :
-threats against the planet
-misery and poverty
Franois TEILLARD
-missings, shortages, deficiencies
Rights and duties of main players
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Objectives: SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: ESSENTIAL


The objectives are to provide a comprehensive QUESTIONS AND THEIR DILEMNA
approach on sustainable development and Sustainable development and the 3 E rules:
to present the main stakes of alternative and -Economy and economical aspects
renewable energies Day 2 -Equity and ethics
-Environment and consequences
Who should attend: Climatic change and its issues:
University students mastering in economy and -Generalities, main causes, consequences
energy environments
Post graduates involved in environment
economics and energy surroundings

Prerequisites:
Basic knowledge in the fields energy, economy ENERGY TODAY
and environment Evolution of primary or thermal energies
Day 3 Relative importance of renewable energies and the trend
Duration: Structure of world electricity production
5 days/20 hours

Language:
English
French ALTERNATIVE ENERGIES
New and renewable energies versus traditional and
Handouts: non - renewable energies
Copies of the presented slides Solar energy: potential and constraints
Wind power: use, limits and possible evolution
Day 4 Hydraulic and marine energies
Biomass: potential of resources and main families
Geothermal energy and potential use
Nuclear energy: fission, fusion and ITER
Hydrogen: technical, economic and storage problems

EVALUATION AND CONCLUSIONS


Forecast on energy demand
Which energies for the future
Day 5 The social responsibility of communities
What consequences for tomorrows world

Examination and correction

January 2017 - 196 -


STATES AND CORPORATIONS
DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES AND
CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

Professor:
A. STATES AND BUSINESS CORPORATIONS
Considerations about the respective roles of governments,
market and corporations in modern economics
Day 1
B. GENERALITIES ABOUT BUSINESS CORPORATIONS
A modern companys distinctive features
Jean-Pierre CORDIER
Companies environment today

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Objectives: C. CIVIL SOCIETY AND CORPORATIONS


Provide the students with a general idea of the The stakeholders
relationship between states and corporations Corporate political strategy
in every aspect of the oil & gas business Day 2
Workshop: How can a company elaborate
Who should attend: a strategy of political action ?
Any student at a Master/Engineering level
interested in the economic/political/social
aspects of the business
D. RELATIONSHIPS STATES-COMPANIES: EXAMPLE
Prerequisites:
Good understanding of English OF AN OIL & GAS COMPANY
Interest in economics and geopolitics Generalities about the upstream segment of an oil
company (E&P)
Duration: Day 3 Business and states relationships for upstream operators
The duration of the course is around 20 hours Petroleum rights awards: process, procedures
(including the 3 practical cases, the quiz and Contracts in international oil industry
the showing of some movies about oil
industry). Can be adjusted Films: Plante Energies, Rosa oil field development (Angola)

Language:
English
E. SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND CORPORATE
French
SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
Handouts: Definitions - Issues
The CSR policy of Total
Copy (in English) of the slides Day 4 CSR and security

Workshop: Applying social strategies


Film: Yemen LNG project

F. ETHICS POLICY OF AN OIL COMPANY: EXAMPLE OF


TOTAL
Principles, tools, implementation
Ethics evaluation

Day 5 Workshop: Dealing with corruption


Film: Ethics in the corporation

G. CONTROL OF THE COMPREHENSION OF THE


COURSE
Quiz of 50 questions

January 2017 - 197 -


RESPONSIBILITY &
NON RESPONSABILITY
Professor:
General Presentation
History of the Sustainable Development (SD), Corporate
Social Responsibility (CSR) as a contribution from the
Day 1 enterprises to the SD of the planet
Governance and CSR, StakeHolders (SH) External and
Internal (student brainstorming), benchmarks examples
Grard LANGLAIS

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Objectives: The Risks


Understand all aspects of Corporate Social For the planet (after an initial thinking of the
Responsibility. students/trainees on environment, social, geopolitical
Be able to implement or develop CSR policy, risks...)
actions, communication and thus to contribute
Day 2 Impacts of these planetary risks on the enterprises and
to improve the economic performance of the adaptation/management (incl ethics, license to operate ...)
Enterprise. Risks Mapping and actors of the risk management inside
the Enterprise
Who should attend:
1) Students in Master of Science or of
Business/Management, Schools of Engineers The Opportunities
or Management The opportunities linked to the megatrends, illustrated by
2) Engineers in the Industry sector or in many examples
services close to the Industry Student/trainees brainstormig and then presentation on
Day 3 the Business Models evolution , on Shared Value, the
Prerequisites: Digital impact, the collaborative, circular, frugal, share
No specific requisite (except for the language economical models and opportunities...
to be used during the 5 days). Eco-innovation, eco-conception, life cycle analysis, open
See Who should attend for the type of innovation,.. implication of the Enterprise Functions
background.

Duration:
5 days (30 hours including the brainstorming The Economic Performance and CSR
and interactive parts with the students) which CSR a management tool, the relevance of a CSR Strategy
can be reduced to 5 half days (20 hours incl. (with examples linked to the students activity sector)
the brainstorming and interactive parts with Day 4 Performance monitoring (interactive part with the students
the students) on environmental, safety, social KPIs)
Integrated Thinking, Immaterial Value
Language:
English
French

Handouts:
Slides presented from a lab tap. Need a video- CSR Communication
projector on site Regulatory, voluntary Communication, Integrated
Preliminary questions will be sent by mail to Reporting
the students/trainees Rating Agencies, Answering to the SH, the greenwashing
The slides be available after the seminar Day 5 trap (credibility et transparency)
Interactive conclusion of the seminar, including a personal
thinking of each trainee/student on his/her situation

January 2017 - 198 -


SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY &
ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE
Professor: General Presentation
History of the Sustainable Development (SD),
Analysis by the Students of real SD disasters,
Day 1 Definitions of SD (incl. the 3 spheres, decoupling concept)
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) as a contribution from
the enterprises to the SD of the planet,
Grard LANGLAIS Vision, Mission and Values (with examples)

CV available on www.totalprof.com Ethics and Governance


Objectives: CSR Ambition (Analysis by the Students of companies
Understand all aspects of Corporate Social communication & CSR ambition and actions),
Responsibility. Governance and CSR : Why? (History of Ethics Scandals)
Be able to implement or develop CSR policy,
actions, communication and thus to contribute
Day 2 How? (analysis based on UK Corporate Governance Code),

to improve the economic performance of the Ethics and CSR (What ?),
Enterprise or the Organization. CSR Guidelines (Global Compact, Ruggie, ISO 26000, GRI),
The concepts will be highlighted by many Ethics Management inside the Enterprise (Analysis by the
examples, incl. from the Professor experience Students of companies ethics management systems)

Who should attend: The Enterprise Ecosystem


1) Bachelor Students or Master of Science or The Megatrends and their quantified importance,
of Business/Management, Schools of
Engineers or Management The Stakeholders, their types (Students brainstorming for
Day 3 different sectors of activity),
2) Engineers in the Industry sector or in
services close to the Industry Environmental and Social Impact Analysis,
Materiality analysis (listening to Stakeholders expectations)
Prerequisites: The implication of all functions in the Enterprise (Students
No specific prerequisite (except for the brainstorming for different functions)
language to be used during the 5 days).
See Who should attend for the type of Risks and Opportunities
background
CSR Risks Mapping (Students exercises on real cases),
Duration: Risk management inside the Enterprise,
5 days (30 hours including the brainstorming
and interactive parts with the students) which Day 4 CSR Opportunities (Students brainstorming),
can be reduced to 5 half days (20 hours incl.
shorter brainstorming and interactive parts New CSR Business Models (in particular linked to the
with the students) megatrends, illustrated by examples),
Impact of the new economic models (Digital, collaborative,
Language: circular, frugal, share economy) on the Enterprise
English (Students brainstorm. on specific sectors)
French
Global Performance and Communication
Handouts: CSR and Economic Performance
Slides to be presented from a lab tap. Value creation, shared value,
Need a video-projector on site. CSR Performance management,
Preliminary questions can be sent by mail to Day 5
the students with answers required to be sent
CSR Reporting (regulatory and voluntary Communication),
back to the professor before the 1st session.
External Assessments,
The slides will be available during the seminar
Future Evolutions, incl. Integrated Thinking,

Interactive conclusion of the seminar

January 2017 - 199 -


DEVELOPING TALENTS AND LEADERSHIP

Professor:
-General background
-Introduction to talent management leadership
development
Day 1 -Career management :how the short , medium and long
term intersect
-Career management : a shared responsibility
Herv OBERREINER -Recruitment : a coherent policy

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Mobility : an assertive policy
Objectives: Succession plans and replacement plans
To provide the necessary understanding and
tools of an integrated approach for developing
Performance appraisal
talents and leadership
Day 2
Job evaluation
Who should attend:
Senior, middle managers and high potentials
Compensation and benefits
preparing to become the future leaders
University students at senior level preparing to
become future leaders Identification and management of high potentials and very
high potentials
Prerequisites:
Ten to fifteen years experience in one or Diversity : the key to success
various organizations with a good Day 3
understanding of the business context and/or Training : how to keep employees employable
strong academic background
Leadership : many definitions, various ways to approach
Duration: the concept, why it matters
3 hours per day during 5 days but can be
adapted to participants level and availabilities
Can vary between 6 to 15 hours
Leadership : the Total way
Language:
English
4 practices , 15 skills for 1 leadership model
French
Day 4
How to develop future leaders
Handouts:
English

How developing talents and leadership converge

Summary and Conclusions


Day 5
Ceremony for certificates of attendance

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Cours uniquement en
Franais

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Cours en Franais
COURS PROFESSEURS PAGE

Activits d'Exploration et de Production des Compagnies Gazires O. GOURAUD 206

Introduction la Thermodynamique et Mcanique Fluides


A. HIGNARD 207
Applique

Initiation au packaging : Les Fondamentaux de lEmballage et du


J-P. POTHET 208
Conditionnement

Constructions de Machines Electriques F. BERTEAUX 209

LAcier et le Soudage dans les Constructions Mtalliques R. METZ 210

La Communication de Crise J-M. DEDEYAN 211

La Prvention des risques majeurs J-M. DEDEYAN 212

La Sensibilisation des Personnels la Prvention


J-M. DEDEYAN 213
des Risques HSE

Veille Industrielle & Matrise des Risques C. MARTY 214

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ACTIVITS DEXPLORATION ET
DE PRODUCTION
DES COMPAGNIES GAZIRES
Professeur :
INTRODUCTION AUX OPRATIONS DEXPLORATION
Production en matire de :
Gologie
Day 1 Gophysique
Gisement
Forage
Olivier GOURAUD Traitement

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Objectifs :
Donner une vision globale de lactivit INTRODUCTION AUX CONTRATS DE LICENCES ET
dexploration - production du gaz naturel ORGANISATIONS PATRIMONIALES ET VENTES
Dcouvrir des bases et le vocabulaire des Les rserves en place
techniques de lexploration - production Day 1 Les licences dexploration
Les diffrents partenariats dassociations
A qui sadresse ce cours : Les structures patrimoniales et les contrats de ventes
Ingnieurs inscrits au Master spcialit en
ingnierie de gestion du gaz

Pr-requis :
Etre titulaire dun diplme de niveau 1 INTRODUCTIONS AU DVELOPPEMENTS DUNE
(ou quivalent professionnel) DCOUVERTES
Les phases de dveloppement avant la dcision
Dure : Day 2 dinvestissement (FID)
Module de 14 heures rparties en 2 jours Les Capex et Opex
Les calculs conomiques
Langue : La dcision de dvelopper
Franais

Documents remis : LEXCUTION DUN PROJET DE DVELOPPEMENT


Diapos PPT et films
Lorganisation du projet
Une bonne partie des supports est en anglais
Les oprations

LES DFIS ET LES VOLUTIONS TECHNOLOGIQUES


Day 2 Offshore profond
Huiles lourdes
Environnement difficile
Gaz de schiste
HP/HT

Le cours est tay par de nombreux exemples concrets et


tirs de la vie professionnelle de lintervenant. Il comporte
aussi des films illustrant les sujets abords.
Il saccompagne aussi de quelques exercices pour assurer la
comprhension des participants.

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INTRODUCTION
LA THERMODYNAMIQUE ET LA
MECANIQUE DES FLUIDES APPLIQUEE
Professeur : A. THERMODYNAMIQUE
Systme thermodynamique (ferm, ouvert)
Premier principe
Second principe

Day 1 B. MCANIQUE DES FLUIDES


Ecoulements laminaires, turbulents. Nombre de Reynolds
Pertes de charges. Utilisation diagramme de Colebrook
Alfred HIGNARD Puissance installer. Calcul NPSH

CV disponible sur www.totalprof.com Diapos et exercices


C. THERMODYNAMIQUE
Objectifs :
Acqurir, par lexercice en travaux dirigs, les Entropie
notions de base en thermodynamique et en Exergie
mcanique des fluides applique Etats de la matire, rgle de phase, gaz parfaits
Day 2
A qui sadresse ce cours : D. MCANIQUE DES FLUIDES
Etudiants Ecoulement fluide compressible. Nombre de Mach
Professionnels souhaitant un Dbit bloqu dans une tuyre. Relation dHugoniot
rafrachissement des connaissances
thoriques Diapos et exercices
E. THERMODYNAMIQUE
Pr-requis : Proprits des corps purs
Baccalaurat scientifique + 2 Proprits des mlanges (loi de Raoult)
Changements de phase, diagrammes
Dure : Cycles thermodynamiques
5 jours minimum raison de 5-6 heures par Cycles moteurs vapeurs, cycles de rfrigration
jour Day 3
F. MCANIQUE DES FLUIDES
Langue : Arodynamique automobile
Franais Sources de traine dun vhicule
Anglais envisageable (documents non
disponibles ce jour) Diapos et exercices
Documents remis : G. THERMODYNAMIQUE
Copie lectronique (documents de synthse et Cycles thermodynamiques
exercices traits) Cycles moteurs et de rfrigration gaz
Note : selon la demande, ce cours peut tre
plus ou moins renforc vers lune des deux H. MCANIQUE DES FLUIDES
Day 4 Approche variables de Lagrange, variables dEuler
disciplines,voire totalement consacr une
seule discipline Passage variables de Lagrange en variables dEuler
Analyse dimensionnelle. Thorme de Buckingham

Diapos et exercices

I. THERMODYNAMIQUE
Ractions chimiques. Dfinitions, notions gnrales
Combustion
Day 5 Temprature flamme adiabatique

Diapos
Contrle (QCM) - Thermodynamique et mcanique des
fluides applique
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INITIATION AU PACKAGING : LES
FONDAMENTAUX DE LEMBALLAGE ET
DU CONDITIONNEMENT
Professeur : MODULE 1
Pourquoi sintresser lemballage et au
conditionnement : dfinitions, chiffres cls, rles,
fonctions. Diffrence pour pays industrialiss, pays
mergents, pays en dveloppement
Day 1
MODULE 2
Analyser le secteur conomique, les marchs, les acteurs
Jean-Paul POTHET Globalisation ou segmentation
Diapos
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Objectifs : MODULE 3
Acqurir les notions de base pour pouvoir Connatre les bases techniques concernant les matriaux
emballer et conditionner des produits de (verre, papier/carton, aluminium, acier, bois)
grande consommation et des biens industriels
Amliorer la conservation et la protection des Day 2 MODULE 4
produits Connatre les bases techniques concernant les matires
plastiques, rigides et souples, les complexes ainsi que les
Pr-requis : procds, systmes et machines de conditionnement
Notions gnrales sur les matriaux et sur le
Echantillons, diapos, films
marketing
Module 5
Dure : Connatre les fondamentaux du packaging (marketing mix,
5 jours raison de 4h par jour (2 modules grande distribution, merchandising, consommation)
de 2h) plus une 1/2 journe de visite dusine,
plus 2 ateliers dune heure chacun de
Module 6
prparation du concours, plus une journe Day 3 Connatre les fondamentaux du packaging
de soutenance devant un jury et remise
officielle des palmes juniors de lemballage (polysensorialit, commerce quitable et solidaire,
ergonomie, citoyennet)
Langue : Diapos, films
Franais Visite dusine
MODULE 7
Documents remis : Acheter, dvelopper ou concevoir un contenant en
Films, diapos, powerpoints, visite dune usine fonction du contenu (cahier des charges techniques,
(selon temps disponible, autorisation et marketing, fonctionnel)
moyens matriels), organisation dun concours
avec remise de palmes juniors, fourniture des MODULE 8
documents sur cl USB, fourniture dun Day 4 Evaluer les impacts environnementaux (matires fossiles
ouvrage. Aide mmoire des matriaux
demballage, dit chez Dunod ou renouvelables, lgislation, recyclage, biodgradabilit,
rduction la source)
Sanction : Diapos, exemples cahiers des charges,
Les tudiants, par groupes, choisissent un exemples avant/aprs
produit local qui leur semble peu ou mal Atelier de prparation du concours
emball et prsentent oralement et par crit, MODULE 9
en franais, un mmoire prcisant lemballage Comprendre lessentiel des bases rglementaires (produits
et les techniques de conditionnement quils
alimentaires, contrefaon, exportation vers UE et USA)
proposent ainsi que les raisons techniques,
conomiques, marketing, environnementales
de leur choix MODULE 10
Day 5 Imaginer lemballage de demain
Des palmes juniors de lemballage (or, argent,
bronze) sont attribues et remises, si possible Exemples pour les pays industrialiss (marchs, tendances,
officiellement, par un jury de professeurs et technologies) et pour votre pays
industriels Diapos, soutenance devant jury
Remise des palmes juniors de lemballage

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CONSTRUCTION
DE MACHINES ELECTRIQUES
Professeur : A. INTRODUCTION
Les diffrents types de machines lectriques
Les principales parties constitutives dune machine
tournante

Day 1 B. LES PRINCIPAUX MATERIAUX DE


LELECTROTECHNIQUE
Matriaux conducteurs
Franois BERTEAUX Matriaux magntiques
Matriaux isolants
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C. RAPPELS DE NOTIONS FONDAMENTALES
Objectifs : DELECTROMAGNETISME
Acqurir les connaissances de base sur la Rluctance, fuites magntiques
structure des machines lectriques et les Les lois fondamentales
principales notions pour dimensionner une Les circuits coupls
machine lectrique Day 2
Le cours sera illustr par des photos de D. LES DIFFERENTS FLUX DANS UNE MACHINE
machines lectriques ELECTRIQUE
Mthodes dtudes des champs magntiques
A qui sadresse ce cours : Loi de rpartition de linduction dans lentrefer
Elves ingnieurs de 2me et 3me anne
(spcialit gnie lectrique)
E. LE CIRCUIT MAGNETIQUE
Pr-requis : Calcul des ampres tours
Connaissances solides des cours dlectricit
gnrale et dlectrotechnique F. LES REACTANCES DE FUITES DE LINDUIT
Day 3 Ractances de fuite de lencoche
Dure : Les autres ractances
5 jours raison de 2 x 3h par jour
La dure peut tre adapte en fonction Exercices
du niveau des lves et du plan dtudes

Langue :
Franais
G. LES PRINCIPALES PERTES
Documents remis : Pertes mcaniques
Polycopis Pertes dans le cuivre
Day 4 Pertes dans le fer

H. NOTIONS DE CALCUL DECHAUFFEMENT

I. LE TRANSFORMATEUR TRIPHASE
Constitution
Pertes et taux dutilisation des matriaux actifs
Day 5 Calcul des ractances de fuite

Exercice : exemple de dimensionnement


Examen (QCM)

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LACIER ET LE SOUDAGE DANS
LES CONSTRUCTIONS METALLIQUES
Professeur : A. NOTIONS FONDAMENTALES DE MTALLURGIE
Diagrammes dquilibre
Constituants des aciers recuits et tremps
Facteurs des proprits physiques de lacier
Day 1 La rupture fragile

B. FABRICATION DE LACIER ET DES PRODUITS


Elaboration de la fonte et de lacier, la coule, le laminage
Roland METZ Les tats de livraison
C. FABRICATION DES TLES
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Laminage et dcoupage
Objectifs : Procdures de fabrication
Acqurir les notions de base sur les matriaux Day 2
mtalliques ainsi que sur le soudage utilis en D. FABRICATION DES TUBES
charpentes mtalliques Les diffrents types de tubes
Procdures de fabrication (tubes UOE, sans soudure, spiral,
A qui sadresse ce cours : ERW, tubes fabriqus faon)
Elves ingnieurs spcialiss en constructions
E. LES ACIERS DE STRUCTURES MTALLIQUES
mtalliques
Les tles, les tubes, les profiles lamins
Les spcifications
Pr-requis : Day 3 Le choix des qualits dacier (principes, rupture fragile,
Connaissance des essais mcaniques de
soudabilit, aciers Z, traitement thermique,)
laboratoire pratiqus sur les matriaux
Certificats de rception
mtalliques (rsilience, etc.)
F. OPRATION DE SOUDAGE ET GNRALITS SUR
Dure : LES PROCDS DE SOUDAGE
5 jours raison de 3h30 par jour. Cependant, Les facteurs de lopration
la dure peut tre adapte au niveau des Prparation des pices, excution du soudage, soudure
lves et/ou au planning de lUniversit termine
Les diffrents types de soudures
Langue : Les positions de soudage
Franais Day 4 Circuit lectrique, arc lectrique, les flux de soudage,
Anglais
G. LES PROCDS DE SOUDAGE
Documents remis : Soudage manuel larc avec lectrode enrobe
2 polycopis (un pour les matriaux et un Soudage sous flux en poudre
pour le soudage ) reproduisant les planches Soudage avec fil fusible sous gaz (MIG, MAG)
projetes pendant le cours Soudage avec fil fourr
Soudage avec lectrode de tungstne (TIG)
H. CARACTRISTIQUES PARTICULIRES DES
SOUDURES
Assemblage rigide et zones de discontinuit
Les phnomnes mtallurgiques
Proprits exiges des soudures

I. RETRAIT ET CONTRAINTES RSIDUELLES DE


Day 5 SOUDAGE
Causes
Les diffrents retraits et leurs proprits
Traitement thermique de relaxation des contraintes

J. LA SOUDABILIT
Notion de carbone equivalent
Prchauffage

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LA COMMUNICATION DE CRISE

Professeur :
Les situations sensibles : prvisibles et imprvisibles
Les diffrentes phases dune crise
La prvention suivant diffrents types de situations
La gestion de crise et de risques de crise (anticiper,
Day 1 prparer, grer, tirer les enseignements, restaurer )
Les principaux outils et procdures
Jean-Marie DEDEYAN Lidentification et le positionnement des parties prenantes
La sensibilisation/formation des acteurs concerns
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Objectifs :
Sensibiliser et former les intervenants dans les
processus de gestion et de communication de Les principes dune bonne communication de crise
crise Les stratgies de communication envisageables :
reconnaissance de la crise, dportation de la crise, refus
A qui sadresse ce cours : Limplication des hirarchies intermdiaires et des
Les lves des coles dingnieurs Day 2 collaborateurs concerns
Les tudiants en communication Comment grer les relations avec les mdias
Les administrations nationales, rgionales et Comment sortir de la crise et grer laprs-crise ?
territoriales concernes par la prvention et la Quels enseignements tirer dune crise ?
gestion des risques Le transfert dexpriences
Les responsables et futurs responsables HSE

Dure :
16 20 heures suivant le niveau des
participants et le temps consacr aux Exemples de crises rcentes et survol critique des
cas pratiques communications mises en uvre
Day 3
Langue : Cas pratiques faisant intervenir les participants
Franais rpartis en groupes de 4/6 personnes

Documents remis :
Copie des powerpoints
Copies des synthses des cas tudis

Day 4 Prsentation et discussion des cas pratiques traits la veille


Conclusion et valuation de la formation

Day 5

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LA PRVENTION DES RISQUES MAJEURS

Professeur :
Quest ce quun risque majeur ?
Les diffrents types de risques majeurs
Day 1 Les risques naturels
Les risques technologiques
Illustration de ces risques par quelques squences vido

Jean-Marie DEDEYAN
Auteur dun document de rfrences sur lexprience
franaise de gestion/prvention des risques majeurs

CV disponible sur www.totalprof.com Les 7 principes dune politique de prvention


La connaissance des phnomnes, de lala et du risque
Objectifs : La surveillance
Sensibiliser et former les participants aux Linformation et lducation des populations
processus de prvention des risques naturels La prise en compte des risques dans lamnagement et
et technologiques majeurs Day 2 lurbanisme
La rduction de la vulnrabilit
A qui sadresse ce cours : Lanticipation de la crise
Les lves des coles dingnieurs Les plans de prvention
Les tudiants en communication Le retour dexprience
Les administrations nationales, rgionales et Les acteurs de la prvention/gestion des risques majeurs
territoriales concernes par la prvention et la
gestion des risques
Les responsables et futurs responsables HSE

Dure : Linformation prventive sur les risques majeurs


16 20 heures suivant les types de risques Le rle des ministres concerns
majeurs prendre en compte dans la Le rle des Prfets
formation Le rle des Maires
Le rle des autres collectivits territoriales
Langue : Day 3 Le rle des propritaires exploitants des tablissements
Franais situs dans une zone risque
Le rle des propritaires/bailleurs de biens immobiliers
Documents remis : Le rle des associations et des ducateurs
Copie des powerpoints Le rle des citoyens
Document descriptif des principaux sites Exemple de cartographie des acteurs dune zone risque
internet spcialiss

Les principaux portails et sites internet thmatiques


consacrs aux risques majeurs
La coopration internationale
Day 4 Le partage des connaissances et de lexprience
Les actions de lISDR
Conclusion et valuation de la formation

Day 5

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LA SENSIBILISATION DES PERSONNELS
LA PRVENTION DES RISQUES HSE
Professeur :
Rappel des principes de la dmarche HSE : viter les
risques, valuer les risques, combattre les risques la
source, adapter le travail lhomme, remplacer ce qui est
dangereux, organiser la prvention, former et informer les
salaris
Day 1 Les diffrents types de risques professionnels
Les enjeux de la prvention
Jean-Marie DEDEYAN
Les principes mthodologiques
Les diffrents acteurs et leurs rles
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Prsentation de quelques squences vido en situation
Objectifs :
Former les intervenants dans le processus HSE

A qui sadresse ce cours : Sorganiser pour travailler ensemble


Responsables de sites, dentreprises sous- Lvaluation pralable (outils et mthodes)
traitantes, formateurs et superviseurs HSE, Ncessit dune rflexion concerte en vue du plan
responsables communication interne, daction
intervenants dans les processus de dlivrance Les outils et supports
de permis de travail, etc. Day 2 La formation des superviseurs et des relais
La planification des actions de prvention
Dure : La campagne de sensibilisation
16 20 heures suivant le temps consacr Lvaluation des actions (outils et mthodes)
aux cas pratiques Les ajustements priodiques
Prsentation dun exemple de plan dactions HSE
Langue :
Franais

Documents remis :
Copie des powerpoints
Ralisation de deux cas pratiques faisant intervenir les
Document de synthse des cas tudis
participants
Documentation sur les principaux sites Day 3 Prsentation et discussion des cas pratiques
internet ddis la prvention des risques
Conclusion et valuation de la formation
professionnels

Day 4

Day 5

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