The covers the surface and pressure control equipment, the bottom hole assembly components (downhole tools), the string manufacturing and operational limits, the interventions performed with coiled tubing (20+ different pumping and mechanical interventions including coiled tubing drill out and coiled tubing drilling), and how to deal with fatigue and corrosion. Nitrogen equipment and calculations required for constant / variable temperature and commingled nitrogen interventions are also covered.
• CT Downhole Hydraulics Calculation
• CT Data acquisition
• CT DH Tool Connectors
• CT Down Hole tools Thread and Materials
• CT Injector Head
• CT Power Pack and Control Cabin
• CT Reel
• CT Well Control Equipment
• CT Manufacturing
• CT Pipe Management
• CT Contingency
• Treating Equipment 1 LP
• Treating Equipment 1 LP
• N2 pumping services & standard
Well interventions or well services supervisors, operations or field Engineers, coiled tubing supervisors and operators, sub-surface engineers, production engineers, drilling engineers, completion engineers, and those professionals willing to expand their knowledge in coiled tubing and nitrogen interventions planning, design and/or execution.
Participants will learn how to
Plan, design, manage and execute coiled tubing interventions from the most common, such as chemical treatments and nitrogen lifting, to the most complex types, like Coiled Tubing Drill Out, Coiled Tubing Drilling, and ESP applications
Improve the overall operational performance during coiled tubing interventions
Select or recommend coiled tubing equipment for given field conditions and applications
Select the proper pressure control equipment for any particular well condition
Calculate the appropriate size of accumulators for a coiled tubing unit
Select the most commonly used downhole tools and explain their function
Calculate and define coiled tubing string limits
Recognize, prevent and manage corrosive and sour conditions and their impact
Work safely with liquid nitrogen
Calculate nitrogen volumes required for different applications
Take appropriate actions during emergency responses and contingencies
practical training on Drilling Simulator 2020
Duration: 5 days
Time: 09:00 – 17:00
Language of training course: English with Arabic translation if needed
Date: 15 – 19 November, 2020
Both trainers have 25 years of experience as a Well Engineer for a major O&G Company. Throughout their career, they were employed as a Drilling Supervisor and as a Well Engineering Learning Facilitator. They have a great interest and have been actively involved in the matter related to well control. They are an IWCF and IADC approved Instructor and Assessor and provides lectures on Well Engineering topics like Basic and Advanced Well Engineering, Stuck Pipe Prevention and HPHT Planning & Well Control.
Must be made 7 working days before the start of the course. Payment can be made in cash, by bank transfer or through exchange offices.
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