Training Workover and Completions-(Well Intervention)

Workover and Completions-(Well Intervention) Training  This course emphasizes the role of engineers and field operators in planning and executing the Intervention Operations to maintain and increase field production and thus add to the profitability and recoverable reserves. It also emphasizes the significance of the team concept as a factor in optimizing operations success. The course is highlighted with open discussions and problem solving shared by the instructor and participants. Course Objectives To provide an in-depth knowledge of the theoretical and practical aspects of Well Intervention operations. At the end of the course delegates will learn about the many processes involved Well Intervention operations, about Well Intervention equipment, how to plan a Well Intervention, and how to execute a Well Intervention operation. Who Should Attend Drilling, completion, workover and production engineers and managers. Reservoir and geology engineers, field maintenance supervisors and operators. Service companies and equipment manufacturing engineers. Safety engineers and personnel selected by their companies for attending special training courses. Course Content Workover and Completion Methodology • Production System • Purpose...
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Drilling Engineering for Non-Drilling Engineers

Drilling Engineering for Non-Drilling Engineers Training Description During the 3 day of this course, the entire drilling process will be discussed. The language of drillers - understanding their terminology. Understanding the abbreviations and acronyms associated with drilling. The process begins with identification of a target formation and discusses the equipment and procedures used to reach that target. This provides the background to explain all of the interacting variables involved in drilling wells. The remainder of the week involves detail discussions of the rig equipments and the functions of each, bits types, assembly, Casing, cementing, lost circulation, blowouts, under and overbalance. The course will illustrate the drilling problems and how to detect and predict the problems considering the preventive action. Also discussing the primary technologies needed to understand the science, engineering, and art needed to create, or construct, a useful well bore. Although some mathematics, such as algebra, will be used in some of the discussions, the primary intent is to provide an understanding...
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