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OGE 105 - Introduction to Coiled Tubing Operations

Code Start Date Duration Venue Fees
OGE 105 22 August 2020 5 Days Istanbul $ 4950 Registration Form Link
OGE 105 17 October 2020 5 Days Istanbul $ 4950 Registration Form Link
OGE 105 12 December 2020 5 Days Istanbul $ 4950 Registration Form Link
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Course Description

A cost- and time-effective solution for well intervention operations employs coiled tubing. Instead of removing the tubing from the well, which is how workover rigs fix the problem, coiled tubing is inserted into the tubing against the pressure of the well and during production.The course overviews Coiled Tubing Equipment and Applications, including operations performed with coiled tubing. 

Course Objectives

  • Understanding the coiled tubing equipment
  • Learning about the basic coiled tubing operations
  • Discussing the basic surface tools and their tests 
  • Understanding of the down hole tools
  • Knowing the duties and responsibilities of staff during coiled tubing operations
  • Discussing the new technology in perforations operations in horizontal wells 

Who Should Attend?

  • Entry–Level Production Engineers
  • Well Services Supervisors
  • Petroleum Engineers  

Course Details/Schedule

Day 1

  • Safety on well site
  • Introduction to Coiled Tubing Services
  • Coiled Tubing Equipment
  • Surface CT Equipment
  • Downhole Equipment
  • Basic CT Equipment
  • Main components: reel, injector, BOP and related equipment.
  • Auxiliary equipment: crane, pumping equipment, etc.

Day 2

  • Coiled Tubing Equipment and Well Control
  • Well Control Equipment 
  • CT String and Pipe Management
  • Depth Control
  • Downhole tools: connectors
  • Safety equipment
  • Circulating tools
  • Downhole motor
  • Fishing tools, inflatable packers, etc.
  • Guide for safe equipment rig-up 
  • Data Acquisition

Day 3

  • Coiled tubing application 
  • CT Logging, Fill Clean-Out and Job Design
  • Introduction to CT Applications
  • Matrix Stimulation with CT
  • Blaster System
  • Tubing behavior (at surface, in hole): fatigue, buckling, tension and pressure limits (tubing force analysis, model for operation design).
  • Measuring and recording of operating parameters
  • Fill Clean-Out
  • Introduction to Job Design
  • Safety and Operational Standards

Day 4

  • Wellhead control  
  • Barrier theory
  • Primary, secondary and tertiary barriers
  • BOP types
  • Strippers
  • Riser and flange connections
  • Tools Job Design - Risk Analysis
  • Job Design - Modeling 
  • Introduction to Downhole Tools
  • New Technology Tools

Day 5

  • Damage mechanisms
  • Chemistry of carbonate acidizing
  • Acid treatment design in carbonate
  • Fluid selection for carbonate acidizing
  • Chemistry of sandstone acidizing
  • Acid treatment design in sandstone
  • Fluids selection for sandstone acidizing
  • Additives used in acidizing and their functions
  • Case studies