Drilling Technology I
This course is intended for individuals working closely with the operations departments within their companies. This course will give participants a complete understanding of the processes involved in drilling oil and gas wells.
This training course is often used for onboarding new employees in drilling functions.
The objectives of this course are to provide participants with a thorough understanding of every single step in the well life cycle and the drivers behind decisions made. This will allow the participant to plan and execute work in a more structured and safe manner, giving a more efficient working day, blending into the culture onboard, and establishing themselves as valuable team players.
Get the opportunity to ask questions and deep dive into specific topics that adds value to you and your organisation…
At the end of the course, the delegate will gain an understanding of the following:
- Well Life Cycle and Timeline
- Well Design
- Geology fundamentals
- Rigs types and Selection
- Operation Sequence
- Rig Equipment
- Bits type features and applications
- Drillstring Components and Design
- Circulating System and Drilling Fluid
- Casing design
- BOP and Well Control
- Basic Deep Water Drilling
- Service Partners involved
- Directional wells, types and applications
- MPD systems
- Well Evaluations Systems
- Completion and Well Testing
- Well Intervention and Workover
- Risk and Challenges
- Organisation and interactions with other disciplines
- Roles and Responsibilities
Less experienced offshore workers, those going offshore for the first time, and companies entering the oil industry.
Non-technical support staff working for an operator or service provider.
Petroleum and production engineers, completion engineers, geoscientists, managers, technical supervisors, service and support personnel, entry-level drilling engineers, drilling operations personnel, and drilling office support staff.
Duration: 3-4 days
Product Type: Course
Formats Available: In-Classroom
Instructor: Soren Hartmann Linkedin