Drilling & Well Engineering

Basic Drilling Operations

WD001

Basic Drilling Operations

Course objective

This course provides basic technical knowledge on the techniques and equipment used in drilling hydrocarbon wells. Participants will have better understanding on the whole drilling operations. On the last day, participants will have the opportunity to practice with drilling Simulators.

Course Content

Newly Engineers and some experienced personnel working on Drilling Rigs who want to gain exposure on drilling theories and operations, and non-technical E & P staff such as Logistics, Finance and Personnel who want to gain knowledge and to understand the technical terms in Drilling.

Who Should Attend

– Rig Types and Rig Components – Drill Bits and Drill Bit Technology (Bit types, Cutter mechanism, Bit nomenclature, Bit IADC code, Bit selection, Bit dull grading, Bit performance and analysis) – Directional Drilling(general directional well types and its applications, directional drilling tools, directional survey tools, directional drilling methods, monitoring and control well trajectory, tool face orientation and correction, directional survey calculations, directional well plotting) – Bottom Hole Assemblies for Directional Drilling – Pipe Bending, Buckling, Fatigue, Neutral point, Torque and Drag, Azimuth Declination and Convergence – Horizontal Drilling, Multilateral tie-back systems and new innovative techniques – Casing (types & functions), Basic Design and Design criteria – Basic cementing (classification, additives and functions), Casing cementing – Drilling fluids (classification, additives and treatments) – Drilling costs and drilling cost controls.

Duration

Basic Well Control

WD002

Basic Well Control

Course objective

The Well Control course addresses basic the principles and the theory of well control along with the most commonly used well control techniques.

Course Content

Basic terms BHP & Leak Off test Kick Indications & Shut-In Procedures Well Killing Methods Problems during Circulating out Kick Blow out Prevention Equipment IWCF written exam & Simulator Assessment

Who Should Attend

Designed for drillers, Assistant Drillers and Drilling Engineers who work onshore/offshore and who are preparing to attend the certified IWCF course, and/or those who want a thorough knowledge of well control techniques.

Duration

IWCF Drilling Well Control

WD003

IWCF Drilling Well Control

Course objective

The IWCF certification is a simulator assessment and testing format only. The Drilling Well Control Certification Course addresses the basic principles and theory of well control along with the most common used well control techniques. Certification is awarded upon successful completion at Supervisor or Driller levels.

Course Content

All requirements to meet the terminal objectives of the IADC are covered, including: – Normal/Abnormal pressures – LOT, MAASP, Kick indicators – Top hole drilling – Line-up, Shut in procedures – Shut in pressures – Gas migration – Kick behavior in OBM – Kick Sheet & Simulator practice – Driller’s Wait & Weight – Volumetric methods of killing Ram & Annular preventor – Stripping, Divertor – Sub-sea BOP – Testing of BOP Stack/simulator practice – BOP Control Unit and trouble shooting – MGS, Vacuum degasser – Unusual situations in well control – Bull heading – Hydrate formation/Simulator practice

Who Should Attend

All assistant drillers, drillers, tool pushers and company representatives

Duration

IWCF Well Intervention Certification

WD004

IWCF Well Intervention Certification

Course objective

IWCF certification is awarded when candidates pass tow or more invigilated examinations. Course consisting of Workover/Completion Principals and Procedures followed by specific well intervention equipment and operations. The candidate may choose which certification, i.e. snubbing, or wireline, or coiled tubing he or she requires. Candidates are advised not to attempt to certify in more than one type of operation unless it is required for specific job duties because when attempting a combination of tow or more options, all options must be successfully completed before certification can be awarded.

Course Content

All requirements to meet the terminal objectives of the IADC are covered including: 1. Course Introduction – Course objectives, Examination Formats, Definitions, Kick, Blowouts, Indicators & Preventions, 2. Principles & Procedures – Well Control, Barrier Philosophy, Killing Methods & Challenges. 3. Completion Equipment – Well Tubular, Completion Equipment, Wellhead & Xmas Tree 4. Wireline – Types, Application & Equipment 5. Coiled Tubing – Application & Equipment 6. Snubbing – Application & Equipment 7. IWCF Examination – Principles & Procedures – Completion – Wireline – Coiled Tubing – Snubbing

Who Should Attend

All assistant drillers, drillers, toolpushers and company representatives

Duration

IADC Wellcap

WD005

IADC Wellcap

Course objective

The IADC Wellcap Training & Certification package is designed to provide personnel with certification and training to meet the terminal objectives of the International Association of Drilling Contractors (IADC).

Course Content

All requirements to meet the terminal objectives of the IADC are covered including: – Well Intervention Pressure Control, – Killing a Producing Well, Complications, – BOP Equipment, Pressure Control Concepts and Theory, – Subsurface Equipment, – Remedial Fluids, Stripping and Snubbing, – Circulatory Well Control Pressure Methods, – Coiled Tubing and Snubbing Operations, and Wireline Operations.

Who Should Attend

All assistant drillers, drillers, toolpushers and company representatives

Duration

Well Technology-Basic I

WD006

Well Technology-Basic I

Course objective

The course is the entry level program to the 2 year “Fast Track Driller”. Diploma and aims to provide participants with the basic theoretical and practical knowledge and skills needed to advance to the Basic II Course.

Course Content

Common general subjects Days per course Hours per course Geology and formation Evaluation 1 8 Drilling Technology 1 16 Health Safety and Environment 8 40 Drilling Equipment 2 24 Mathematics 2 24 Platform types and main systems 1 8 Total 15 days 120 hours

Who Should Attend

All personnel who wish to progress to driller level in the oil & gas drilling sector.

Duration

Well Technology-Basic II

WD007

Well Technology-Basic II

Course objective

The course is the second level program to the 2 year “Fast Track Driller” Diploma and aims to provide participants with the theoretical and practical knowledge and skills needed to advance to the Advanced I Course. Successful completion theoretically allows participants to work as Derrick-men.

Course Content

Common general subjects Days per course Hours pr course Geology and formation Evaluation 1 8 Drilling Technology 3 24 Well Control 5 40 Drilling fluids 4 32 Casing and cementing 2 16 Total 15 days 120 hours

Who Should Attend

All personnel who wish to progress to driller level in the oil & gas drilling sector.

Duration

Well Technology-Advanced I

WD008

Well Technology-Advanced I

Course objective

The course is the first of the Advanced level programs leading to the 2 year “Fast Track Driller” Diploma and aims to provide participants with the theoretical and practical knowledge and skills needed to advance to the Advanced II Course. Successful completion in the theory exam allows participants to work as drillers.

Course Content

The course is broken down into modules as follows: Common general subjects Days per course Hours pr course Petroleum geology 10 70 Drilling equipment 5 35 Drilling operations 15 105 Hydraulics and hydraulic equipment 10 70 Drilling and completion fluids 5 35 Casing and cementing 5 35 Well control 15 105 Drilling Technology 10 70 Rules and regulations 5 35 Production Techniques 10 70 Total 90 days 630 hours

Who Should Attend

All personnel who wish to progress to driller level in the oil & gas drilling sector.

Duration

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