MANAGED PRESSURE DRILLING

DESCRIPTION

This comprehensive course is a three-day, close-up study of managed pressure drilling including basic concepts of the pressure window in addition to more in-depth exposure to operational processes and equipment. This is an operational course that includes some in-class problem solving and hand calculations. This course is intended to be both an in-depth introduction for managers as well as a primer for those who will be directly involved in managed pressure drilling operations prior to rig-specific training, or for engineers who wish to become involved in planning and job design.

COURSE CONTENT:

  • Introduction to MPD
  • Common Drilling Problems
  • Analysis of Drilling Problem Causes
  • Goals of MPD
  • Engineering Basic Concepts of MPD
  • MPD Solution Screening
  • Operations Processes
  • Overview of Techniques
  • Equipment Round Up
  • MPD Well Control
  • Case Histories
  • Planning Software Review
  • Risk Assessment
  • Cost/Availability/Economics
  • Future of MPD
  • Managed Pressure Drilling is designed for Engineers, Well Site Leaders and Superintendents.
    The Managed Pressure Drilling Course usually hosts a class size of 12-15 persons.

    Managed Pressure Drilling is a 5 day course.

    COURSE DATES 2018:

    MARCH

    Mon 12th – Fri 16th

    JUNE

    Mon 4th – Fri 8th

    AUGUST

    Mon 27th – Fri 31st

    OCTOBER

    Mon 8th – Fri 12th

    DECEMBER

    Mon 3rd – Fri 7th

    DAILY SCHEDULE:
    Classes will begin at 7:30 A.M.
    Students will be dismissed by noon on the final day.

    REGISTRATION
    Interested in this course? Apply here.