Training Schedule 2017 is available for download here.

OGE Academy and Xodus deliver joint Subsea course

UK expert on subsea technology involved as instructor

19 to 23 June 2017, OGE Academy held a course titled “Subsea Production Systems” in Sochi.

The attendees represented such companies as Russia’s Zarubezhneft and LUKOIL and Kazakhstan’s KazMunaiGaz.

Lectures delivered by Mr. Evgeny Suchkov, Offshore Project Manager with Oilteam, were enhanced by practicals using QUE$TOR software for cost-estimation of subsea infrastructure, courtesy of IHS Markit.

We were delighted to be able to join forces on this course with Mr. Neil Smith, Senior Consultant for Offshore Developments with Xodus Group, who was involved as one of the instructors alongside Mr. Suchkov. Relying on his 36 years’ industrial experience, Mr. Smith covered aspects like subsea equipment, processing, flow assurance, and project management.

As UK-Russia Year of Science and Education keeps unfolding, OGE Academy remains committed to offering the best the two countries can provide in terms of training for oil and gas professionals.

OGE Academy hosts Nilepet delegation visit

Nilepet and Oilteam discuss collaboration

19 June 2017, the representatives of South Sudan’s national petroleum company Nilepet visited OGE Academy and Oilteam Engineering Center. 

The delegation was headed by Mr. Santo Martino Lako Modi, Director General, Exploration and Production. Since independence in 2011, South Sudan’s petroleum industry has faced several challenges including deteriorated infrastructure and shortage of skills in a number of areas. As a potential response to these challenges, Oilteam experts showcased mobile early production systems and training solutions for petroleum engineers. At OGE Academy, we would be happy to help the country meet its oil output goals through our course offerings across a range of disciplines relevant specifically to South Sudanese oil fields.

Training in Pakistan

OGE Academy runs two courses in Islamabad

From 25 to 26 May Oil and Gas Engineering Academy held two training courses in Pakistan’s capital city of Islamabad attended by the employees of several Pakistani companies.

Among them were Khayber Pakhtoonkhawa Oil and Gas Corporation Limited, Orient Petroleum, Pakistan Oil Field Limited, Pakistan Petroleum Limited, Oil and Gas Development Company Limited.

The first course focused on the modern trends in geological modeling and reservoir engineering, while the second one highlighted modern well testing technology including early production systems. Oilteam experts were attached as instructors. The total number of attendees amounted to 40 which we think is quite a good number for a start!