Venue: Houston, USA, // London (UK) // Dubai
Price & Duration: 2 Weeks // 1 Week
$ 4,900 for 1 Week
$ 8,000 for 2 weeks
Dates: To be agreed with clients
This course provides an overall view of deepwater drilling and well control. The goal of the course is to give the audience a basic knowledge of deepwater drilling operations. It will cover the deepwater drilling rigs and structures, station keeping, well equipment, fluids, casing design, cementing, deepwater hazards, and well control.
This course covers the operational aspects of deepwater well construction. The goal of the course is to give an appreciation of deepwater exploration and development drilling challenges and explain how to select "fit for purpose" tools, equipment, people and processes required to meet project objectives. Ways of preventing and mitigating deepwater drilling hazards, risks, drilling problems, and project delivery issues and lessons learned from several projects all over the world will be discussed.
Who Should attend?
Operator: drilling manager, drilling superintendent, drilling engineers, drilling supervisors and other interested disciplines Drilling contractor and service company personnel; Managers in Oil & Gas Industry, Deputy Chief Admininistrative Officer, Manager Corporate Services, Asst. Chief Mechanical Engineer, Chief Technical Officer, Assistant Directors & directors, Chief Petroleum Engineer, Chief Petroleum Inspector Officer, Chief Electrical Engineer
Introduction to Class, Deepwater Platforms, Floating Drilling Vessels, Types of Motion Station Keeping Wellheads and BOP’s Drilling Risers, Motion Compensation, Special Problems in Floating Drilling; Shallow Water Flows Dual Gradient Drilling, Deepwater Drilling Fluids, Drilling Hydraulics, High Pressure Risers, Pore Pressure and Fracture Pressure Prediction, Deepwater Casing Design and Running Procedures, Deepwater CementingDeepwater Well Control