HPHT Completions Drilling and Completions Production and Operations

Miguel Rosato


The course introduces the unique aspects and issues surrounding HPHT Completions

At the end of this course, delegates should be able to demonstrate familiarity with and understanding of the following:

  • Foundations of HPHT Completions
  • Difference between regular (< 10 ksi) and HPHT Completions
  • Reservoir issues
  • Metallurgy issues
  • Tubing Stress Analysis
  • HPHT Completion equipment
  • Completion fluids
  • Well Testing and Production
  • Subsea HPHT Completions

Learning Level

Intermediate to Advance

Course Length

3 Days

Why You Should Attend

HPHT will represent approximately 15% of global exploration and production efforts in terms of operation budget for 2014 and together with deep water and artic operations represents the last frontiers in Oil and Gas Exploration and Production.

Who Should Attend

  • Drilling and completion engineers
  • Petrophysicists
  • Production engineers
  • Well integrity engineers
  • Tubular specialists and
  • Any other individuals who would like to learn about Completion of HPHT wells


2.4 CEUs (Continuing Education Units) will be awarded for this 3-day course.



Miguel Rosato Miguel Rosato is currently working as HPHT Completion Advisor, based in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia. He has 13 years of oil and gas industry experience in onshore and offshore (subsea and platform) well completions, workover, different types of sand control completions (open hole and cased hole gravel packs, standalone and expandable screens), enhanced oil recovery technics (gas lift and ESP), Drill Stem Test (DST) and well testing design. His countries of expertise include Venezuela, Indonesia, Egypt, U.A.E., Oman, Italy, Nigeria, UK, Iraq, China and Malaysia. Miguel is a Chartered Petroleum Engineer, member of the Energy institute and distinguished member of the SPE for 9 years, and he is actively involved in many SPE events. Miguel holds a Major Degree in Mechanical Engineering, a Master of Sciences in Petroleum Engineering, a Master in Business Administration and he is IWCF well control certified.