Introduction to Drilling
Awareness | 1-2 Days | In-Classroom, On-site, Virtual
5.0 Score | Average client rating (based on 679 attendee reviews)
This introductory course provides you with a comprehensive understanding of the drilling industry, focusing on the upstream side. It covers a wide range of topics, from geology and well design to drilling operations, and includes information on the people involved, the equipment used, and the services offered.
Ideal for New Employees in Drilling-Related Functions
This training course is perfect for individuals who are new to the drilling industry and looking to gain a solid understanding of the process.
The goal of this course is to give participants a foundational knowledge of drilling, including the location selection process, well design, rig types, operation sequences, and decommissioning. The course is designed to familiarise participants with the terminology and key concepts used in the drilling industry, and to help them understand how the process works and their role in it.
Throughout the course, participants will have the opportunity to ask questions and delve deeper into topics that are of particular interest to them and their organization
Upon completion of the course, participants will have a basic understanding of:
- Well Life Cycle and Timeline
- Well Design Process
- Basic Geology
- Rigs and Rig Selection
- Operation Sequence
- Rig Equipment
- Drill Bits and Drillstring Components
- Drilling Fluid
- Casing and Cementing
- HPHT, MPD, ERD…
- BOP Systems
- Well Evaluation
- Completion and Well Testing
- Risk and Challenges
- Organisation and Logistics
This course is intended for anyone who is interested in learning more about drilling, regardless of prior knowledge or experience.
Duration: 1-2 days
Product Type: Course
Formats Available: In-Classroom, Virtual
Instructor: Soren Hartmann Linkedin