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A process in completing the well, cementing a well seals the well and permanently positions the well casing into place....
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eLearning Catalog


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
Advanced design including HP/HT and deepwater pipelines
Apr 28 - May 1
Hilton Houston Westchase, Houston, US

To fast-track your professional development, ensure you consider this course. Our expert tutor will impart decades of knowledge of the more complex design issues affecting pipelines, such as deepwater, high pressure (HP), high temperature (HT) and highly corrosive fluids and gases
Risers, umbilicals and flexibles
Apr 28 - May 1
GE Technology Solutions, Stavanger, Norway

This extensive course covers all the different types of risers, umbilicals and flexibles, their uses and design, installation and operational considerations. Delegates will also learn about FPSOs and how they impact on the design and layout of risers and umbilicals.
Integrated 3D Reservoir Modeling Workshop
May 4 - 8
Calgary, Alberta, Canada

The objective of this 5-day course is to provide the participants, who is either the beginner or intermediate reservoir modeler, with the solid knowledge needed to develop robust reservoir models.
Reservoir Engineering for Non-Reservoir Engineers
May 4 - 7
City Center, Calgary, Canada

This 4 day course is for those working with, or rely on, analyses provided by reservoir engineers. It provides an understanding of the underlying value and limitations of their analyses provided by reservoir engineers, as well as a better understanding of the required data and assumptions involved in the practice of reservoir engineering.
Integrated Reservoir Modeling: Interpretation, Evaluation, and Optimization with Petrel
May 4 - 8
Quito, Ecuador

This five day interactive and practical course will help participants to use geological modeling to produce realistic volumetric estimations for hydrocarbon reservoirs. It will show how new operational data and revised interpretations, such as a new well or a recently discovered fault, can be identified and incorporated into models at any point in the workflow.
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