Baker Hughes offers "GMI Principles of Hydraulic Fracturing" course
Posted by D Nathan Meehan June 25, 2013

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Baker Hughes is offering a three-day course “GMI Principles of Hydraulic Fracturing”

Learn the fundamental principles of hydraulic fracturing

GMI Principles of Hydraulic Fracturing
July 9-11, 2013
Houston, Texas

This three-day course introduces participants to the design of hydraulic fractures. Through lecture combined with practical exercise, this course presents the fundamental principles of hydraulic fracturing. Using this knowledge, participants will understand hydraulic fracture designs and the decisions made to create a fracture plan. Topics include:
• Fluids and proppants
• Environmental impacts
• Basic theory of fracture propagation
• Reservoir types and treatment options
• Elements of fracture design

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    About the instructor

Dr. Suat Bagci is a Senior Advisor of Production Technology, Reservoir Development Services, at Baker Hughes in Houston, Texas. Dr. Bagci worked for Middle East Technical University (METU), Heriot-Watt University and Eclipse Petroleum Technology before joining Baker Hughes. He has over 30 years of experience in petroleum engineering working in a wide range of subjects from production technology, production optimization and nodal analysis, artificial lift review, hydraulic fracturing and acidizing and well logging, reservoir engineering applications, EOR/IOR, heavy oil recovery, horizontal well applications, well placement, field development plan, formation damage, natural gas storage, numerical reservoir simulation studies, history matching and production forecasting. He has computer skills of WinProp, STARS, IMEX, GEM, PROSPER, GAP, MBAL, WellCAT, TerraStation, MFrac, MPwri, MShale and OLGA. He received a B.Sc. in 1979, M.Sc. in 1981, and a Ph.D. in 1986, all in petroleum engineering from METU. He has written more than 100 technical papers in journals and conference proceedings.

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