FUNDAMENTALS OF DRILLING TECHNOLOGY


Code:
MPPS -BFDT04
Cost:
Upon Request
Status:
Available
Maximum Persons:
10
Minimum Persons:
5
Category:
Basic

Description

This course increases understanding of the concepts, terminology and processes used in drilling a well. The course provides overview of the workload involved in the drilling of oil and gas wells, from office to well site. Participants will also learn the roles and responsibilities involved in a drilling operation.

Outline

This course covers the following modules

  • Well construction and the role of drilling in E&P life cycle
  • Well design, including planning and engineering and the data of analysis techniques needed to design a quality well
  • Terminologies and concepts used in the business of drilling, such as well timing,costs, risk and authorization
  • Drilling equipment authorization: Drilling rigs, bits, casing and rig floor equipment
  • Directional drilling and deviation control equipment and its operation including unique characteristic of directional drilling
  • well site operations: Drilling logging, casing, cementing and completions
  • Drilling kicks and well control including well control equipment
  • Solid management and control
  • Real-time data collection, monitoring and interpretation techniques used during drilling operations