FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPLETION AND PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY


Code:
MPPS - BFCPT05
Cost:
Upon Request
Duration:
1 Day(s)
Status:
Available
Maximum Persons:
10
Minimum Persons:
5
Category:
Basic

Description

The objective of this course is to develop a  high level completion strategy for wells in a variety of situations. Select tubing, parkers, and completion flow control equipment. Appraise/design a suitable flow barrier strategy. Identify key design considerations for vertical and inclined wells, horizontal, multilateral, HPHT and unconventional resource wells. select an appropriate intervention strategy/equipment. Identify key features/applicability of the main sand control and well stimulation options. Assess/specify concerns/remedial measures for formation damage/skin removal. Develop outline overall strategies for completion and work-over programs.

Outline

This course covers the following modules:

  • Basic well completion design, practices, and strategies
  • Well quality and integrity
  • Safety aspects of well design
  • Wellheads, trees, subsurface safety valves, and flow equipment material selection guidelines based on corrosion and erosion conditions
  • The basic interpretation of inflow and tubing performance to aid tubing size selection
  • Tubing design and selection
  • Considerations for designing deviated horizontal , multilateral, and multi zone reservoir completion
  • Basic completions principles and consideration for sub-sea, HPHT and unconventional wells
  • Perforating job selection design
  • Formation job damage mechanisms and their remediation
  • Stimulation design and considerations
  • Sand control option and there selection wire line, coiled tubing, and hydraulic work-over rig operation
  • Snubbing