Develops the principles of HPHT well engineering from rig selection through well control and HPHT considerations for casing design, drilling fluids and cement formulations
Examines the challenges facing today’s deepwater drilling operations personnel where wells are being drilled in increasingly difficult downhole and environmental conditions with ever-increasing cost and legislation further contributing to design and operational pressures.
A participative program to train and develop drilling and workover personnel with further knowledge and experience competencies to prevent stuck pipe, fish and unplanned side-track operations within drilling and workover programs.
Drilling Well Control courses are offered at various role-specific levels for drill crew, well engineers, drilling supervisors, OIMs, and others with a requirement to hold an IWCF or IADC Well Control certificate
Well Intervention Pressure Control courses are offered at various role-specific levels for individuals involved in well control during intervention operations
ims to enhance the drilling team’s understanding of changes during drilling, interpretation of those changes, and actions to restore the well
Delivered by subject matter experts and using a library of real-life case studies, engaging and interactive training programmes not only broaden the participants’ knowledge of specialist topics, but also enhance teamwork and problem-solving skills by encouraging participants to work together to provide solutions to challenging real-life scenarios.
Essential Oilfield Knowledge are extremely adaptable courses and can be focused on a particular aspect of drilling and well services operations or they can cover a broad spectrum.
Role-specific progression training program enables clients and drilling contractors to create a culture of operational best practices within their drilling teams and continuously be involved of progression procedure; and in the end, every position can be replaced by fresh and accredited role.