Boost your professional competence and subject matter expertise
TOP Energy Training courses are designed for the time-pressured oil and gas industry professional. Every course is designed for flexibility, easy online access and can be completed at the pace that’s right for you.
Whether your career path is taking you to a new company, you’re looking to break out of a siloed organizational structure, or you need broader exposure to industry topics and trends; these courses are designed to help you achieve your industry-related goals.
Courses are designed and built by industry experts and instructors to provide insight, guidance, and help learners increase their subject matter expertise in the oil and gas industry.
Top-notch expert online instruction
TOP Energy Training instructors are also oil and gas industry professionals, typically university faculty and subject-matter experts with experience in various area specialties.
Their goal is to provide professionally focused and objective information about technological advancements and trends in the oil and gas industry in an accessible and flexible format.
Courses designed for technical and non-technical professionals
Whether or not learners have a technical background, TOP Energy Training offers courses and lessons designed to assist working professionals with advancing their careers.
All learners have the opportunity to increase their demonstrated competency in up-to-date oil and gas industry trends and knowledge so they can collaborate and communicate with confidence.
Examples of courses and lessons for technically focused professionals
This lesson includes foundational information on seismic waves, the earthquake measurement process, a brief history of natural earthquakes, and the geomechanics of fluid injection.
This lesson covers the general history and specifics of Class VI wells, the role of EOR in storage, misconceptions about carbon dioxide, protections for drinking water resources, and Class VI well considerations, such as storage capacity, injection rate, and storage mechanisms.
Examples of courses and lessons for non-technical professionals
This lesson covers how the individual parts of drilling systems work and why operators use the equipment they do today. Additionally, the curriculum explores the planning that goes into selecting the proper drilling mud and casing to drill and isolate a well safely.
This lesson will walk through the process of hydraulic fracturing to open up pathways around the wellbore to increase hydrocarbon fluid flow and take a look at two methods of acidizing – another technique used for stimulating a well.