How Do FPSOs Work
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If not properly monitored, changes in pressure that can occur while the well is being drilled can cause combustible hydrocarbons to flow unchecked and...
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Category: Fundamental       Length: 25 hours       CEUs: 2.5
Drilling covers the fundamental concepts associated with synthetic and naturally occurring pressures that can impact a well during the drilling phase for surface and subsea wells. This course also explains the most common well control methods, as well as the causes, detection, and theory of kicks. Specific procedures and crew assignments for critical operations such as well shut-in and killsheet preparations are discussed as it relates to individual rigs. Simulators are utilized to provide hands-on practice of critical rig equipment such as blowout preventers, and to demonstrate constant bottomhole pressure methods for maintaining well control.


Category: Fundamental       Length: 20 hours       CEUs: 2
Drilling covers the fundamental concepts associated with synthetic and naturally occurring pressures that can impact a well during the drilling phase for surface wells. This course also explains the most common well control methods, as well as the causes, detection, and theory of kicks. Specific procedures and crew assignments for critical operations such as well shut-in and killsheet preparations are discussed as it relates to individual rigs. Simulators are utilized to provide hands-on practice of critical rig equipment such as blowout preventers, and to demonstrate constant bottomhole pressure methods for maintaining well control.


Category: Fundamental       Length: 21 hours       CEUs: 2.1
Snubbing, Surface covers the fundamental concepts of pressures, fluids, kicks and procedures for surface snubbing operations. Well control in snubbing operations is also discussed. The general rig equipment and snubbing equipment utilized in snubbing operations are covered.


Category: Fundamental       Length: 16 hours       CEUs: 1.6
Wireline covers the fundamental concepts of pressures, fluids, kicks and procedures for surface wireline operations. Well control in wireline operations is also discussed. The general rig equipment and wireline equipment utilized in wireline operations are covered.


Category: Fundamental       Length: 28 hours       CEUs: 2.8
Workover/Well Completion, Coiled Tubing covers the basic concepts of drilling workover, completion and coiled tubing, with emphasis on the specialized fluids used in workover and completion surface operations.  The basics of pressures, fluids, kicks, and procedures for coiled tubing operations are also covered. Essential surface and coiled tubing equipment are covered with special attention to downhole equipment utilized for well control during workover and completion operations.

Classroom Courses
Non-Seismic Geophysical Methods
May 11 - 15
Tokyo, Japan

Seismic data has been the main stay of geophysical interpretation. Although within Quantitative Interpretation it became clear that seismic only showed us one aspect of the subsurface, namely changes in acoustic impedance.
Project Management Fundamentals
May 11 - 15
Houston, Texas, US

The course will provide the student with the ability to apply project management best practices in initiating, planning, executing, and closing a project. During the workshop sessions, participants will develop a project charter, perform a stakeholder analysis and use it in developing a communication plan, develop a work breakdown structure, and conduct a risk analysis, as well as create a risk register.
Introduction to Waterflooding
May 12 - 14
City Center, Calgary, Canada

This 3 day course provides a basic understanding of the key technical aspects which are involved across the life cycle of a properly designed waterflood scheme. The sessions include an overview of data requirements, methods employed to obtain the data, and methods used to interpret the data for the design and operation of an effective waterflood.
Subsea controls
May 12 - 13
Hilton Houston Westchase, Houston, US

An in-depth approach looking at how control systems operate, the engineering principles involved and identifying the key areas that are often overlooked, such as managing availability and the reliability of controls. Key learning areas: Differentiate the types of subsea control systems and identify different subsea equipment and functionality
Subsea 101 / Introduction to Well-Control Equipment and Subsea Systems
May 12 - 14
Subsea Training Solutions, Houston, US

A three-day IADC accredited course focused for operator personnel on well-control equipment and subsea systems covering BOP components and control systems. Course is delivered in our state-of-the-art 3D Training Center in Houston. Contact training@Subseasolutions.net
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