5-Day Drilling Operations Program For Land and Offshore Drilling Rigs. (Program Cancelled Insufficient Registrations Due to Low Oil Prices)

The 5 day course of instruction consist of drilling introductory, Industry Accreditations IADC WellSharp Awareness Well Control Drilling Operations

Cost of the program US$1700.00 including $500.00 non-refundable registration fee. Program delivery based on sufficient number of registrations. Who should attend:

Any individual seeking the knowledge of Drilling Operations to provide a service recommended for: Office Personnel, 3rd Party Contractors, Entry Level Employees, Tradesmen, Engineers, Drilling Crew, Deck Crew, Crane Operators, Rig Move Captain, Rig Move Offshore Installation Manager, Office Based Geologists, Office Based Logistics Coordinator and Logistics Supervisor, Casing Running Personnel / Casing Crew (non-supervisory), Downhole Equipment Specialists / Operators, Measurement While Drilling and Logging While Drilling (MWD / LWD) Personnel, Surveying Engineer, or Operator Other Non - Supervisory and Non – Critical Drilling or Intervention Personnel, Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) Personnel (Non – Supervisory), Well Control Trainers – In House or Commercial (For Awareness Course), Supply and Support Vessel Watch Officers and Captains, Oilfield Equipment Repair Personnel, Tubular and Rig Inspection Personnel Wireline / Slickline Crews (Non –Supervisory)

 

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Program Outline:

 

Drilling Operations Program - Day 1

Introduction History Companies and People Petroleum producers, drilling and sub contractors Chain of command Responsibilities and Contracts Rig personnel and their responsibilities  Drilling contracts Types of Rigs Land rigs Mobile offshore rigs, Offshore platforms and support vessels ,Basic concepts of geology Pressure and temperature Formations and Structures  Formation traps and tectonic plates Structural and stratigraphic formations Normal and abnormal pressures 9am - 4:00pm

Drilling Operations Program - Day 2

The Drill Site Choosing a rig site Preparing the location Moving Equipment to the location Rigging Up Substructures and rig floor Raising the derrick or mast Rigging up additional equipment Offshore rig-up Rig Components Power Systems mechanical and electrical Advantages and disadvantages Rig Components Hoisting Equipment Slip & cut Inspection and maintenance Rig Components Rotary System Rig Components Circulation System Mud cleaning equipment Types of drilling fluids and its purpose Building of base muds and mixing equipment 9:00am - 4:00pm

Drilling Operations Program - Day 3

Normal Drilling Operations Drill stem assembly Kelly, Top drive and Downhole motors Making a connection Preparing for a trip Tripping in and out of the hole Annulus design (well bore) Running Casing Types of casings Drilling ahead Drilling to final depth (TD) Laying down pipe Formation Evaluation Examining cuttings and drilling mud 9:00am - 4:00pm

Drilling Operations Program - Day 4

Special Operations Directional and horizontal drilling Fishing Well Control . Well logging Completing Drill stem testing Coring Completion Setting production casing or liner  Perforating the well Running tubing or coil tubing Completing Installing the Christmas tree Acidizing Fracturing Program Rig Safety Rig floor safety Environmental Concerns Pollution Preventative measures Review with the instructor 9:00am - 4:00pm

Drilling Operations Program – Day 5

(IADC) International Association of Drilling Contractors WellSharp® Well Control Awareness Accreditation Level for Drilling Operations For Land and Offshore Students will learn the topics on Drilling Operations and of what’s involved in Well Control at an Awareness Level and upon completion have the ability to demonstrate the skill and knowledge pertaining to the following outline as delivered below:  9:00am - 4:00pm

Awareness Level  

Drilling Operations Overview

2.1 Drilling A Hole

Purpose - Characteristics - The Drilling Process - The Completion Process

2.2 Controlling Pressure

Pressure - Reason For Control - Kick Versus Blowout - Controlling Pressure

2.3 Purpose of Drilling Fluid

Mud Functions - Main Constituents - Weighing Agents

2.4 Purpose of The Blowout Preventer

Function - Main Components - Operation

2.5 Kick Prevention

Well Planning - Kick Prevention Practices

2.6 Kick Monitoring Detection

Instrumentation - Crew's Response

2.7 Shut-In Procedures (Surface and Subsea)

Shut-In Procedure

2.8 Well Control Methods

Well Control Methods

2.9 Question and Answer Sessions

General Answer and Question Period

GOVERNMENT, INDUSTRY AND COMPANY RULES, ORDERS AND POLICIES EXPLAINED THROUGHOUT THE PROGRAM

Maritime Drilling Schools has adhered to IADC principles and achieved a core curriculum that meets the Well Control accreditation for Awareness Level Drilling operations.

 

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