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OGE 178 - IWCF Well Intervention Pressure Control Level 4 - Supervisors (6 days)

Code Start Date Duration Venue Fees
OGE 178 24 November 2018 6 Days Istanbul $ 4450 Registration Form Link
OGE 178 22 December 2018 6 Days Istanbul $ 4450 Registration Form Link
OGE 178 16 February 2019 6 Days Istanbul $ 4450 Registration Form Link
OGE 178 13 April 2019 6 Days Istanbul $ 4450 Registration Form Link
OGE 178 08 June 2019 6 Days Istanbul $ 4450 Registration Form Link
OGE 178 03 August 2019 6 Days Istanbul $ 4450 Registration Form Link
OGE 178 28 September 2019 6 Days Istanbul $ 4450 Registration Form Link
OGE 178 23 November 2019 6 Days Istanbul $ 4450 Registration Form Link
OGE 178 21 December 2019 6 Days Istanbul $ 4450 Registration Form Link

 

Course Description

This program is aimed at people who are in critical well control positions during well intervention operations. Participants must fulfill the prerequisite requirements of this course having IWCF level 3 Drilling certificate.  The course covers topics such as well control methods and influx characteristics. Shut-in procedure is also discussed.

 

The certification is arranged with one of our IWCF certified solution partner.

Course Objectives

 

  • To be able to identify the accountabilities of program signatories
  • To know the causes and effects of unplanned inflow
  • To be able to recognize potential causes of losses
  • To be able to define gas migration
  • To describe how the lubricates and bleed methods can be applied
  • To detect a possible blockage anywhere in the well 

Who Should Attend?

  • Managers
  • Supervisors
  • Engineers
  • Driller

Course Details/Schedule

Day 1

  • Well control event
  • Pre-operation planning
  • Hydrostatic pressure
  • Formation pressure
  • Fracture pressure
  • Primary and secondary well control
  • Pressure control equipment
  • Introduction to barriers
  • Risk management 

Day 2

  • Causes to unplanned well inflow
  • Loss of hydrostatic pressure
  • Swap and surge effects
  • Unplanned warning flow warning signs and indicators
  • Calculation systems
  • Well integrity testing
  • Influx characteristics and behaviors
  • Shut-in procedure and interpretation 

Day 3

  • Influx migration
  • Kill methods principles
  • Normal and reverse circulation
  • Bullheading
  • Lubricate and bleed methods
  • Contingency planning
  • Maximum pressures
  • Bottom hole pressure effect
  • Blockage in the well 

Day 4

  • Blowout preventer
  • BOP stack configuration
  • Ram type preventers
  • Blind/shear ram
  • Annular preventers
  • Barrier management
  • Inflow testing
  • Completion equipment
  • Rig/up rig/down
  • Annulus pressure monitoring

Day 5

  • Coiled tubing equipment
  • Hydraulic work over (snubbing) operations
  • Seals and sealing elements
  • Valves
  • Wireline operations
  • Surface equipment
  • Slick line/ braided line sheer seal BOP
  • Wireline BOP pressure retention
  • Managing a leak or malfunction in the surface
  • Critical operation procedure 

Day 6

Exam