AD01 Basic Drilling Operations

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Drilling & Well Engineering

Period 3 days
Max./Min. Class Size 30 / 6
Registration Fee 23,900 Baht (VAT 7% not included)
Venue Bangkok / Bangpu / Laemchabang Training Center or Client facility
Excursion Time N/A
Night Work Required
Certificate TPTI
Accommodation
Meals & Break Included

Course Overview

The course provides basic technical knowledge on the techniques and equipments used in drilling hydrocarbon wells. Participants will have better understanding on the whole drilling operations. On the last day, participants will have the opportunity to practice with drilling Simulators.

Who Should Attend?

Newly Engineers and some experienced personnel working on Drilling Rigs who want to gain exposure on drilling theories and operations, and non-technical E & P staff such as Logistics, Finance and Personnel who want to gain knowledge and to understand the technical terms in Drilling.

Course Outline

  • Rig Types and Rig Components
  • Drill Bits and Drill Bit Technology (Bit types, Cutter Mechanism, Bit Nomenclature, Bit IADC Code, Bit Selection, Bit Dull Grading, Bit performance and analysis)
  • Directional Drilling(general directional well types and its applications, directional drilling tools, directional survey tools, directional drilling methods, monitoring and control well trajectory, tool face orientation and correction, directional survey calculations, directional well plotting)
  • Bottom Hole Assemblies for Directional Drilling
  • Pipe Bending, Buckling, Fatigue, Neutral Point, Torque and Drag, Azimuth Declination and Convergence
  • Horizontal Drilling, Multilateral tie-back systems and new innovative techniques
  • Casing(types & functions), Basic Design and Design criteria
  • Basic cementing(classification, additives and functions), Casing cementing
  • Drilling fluids (classification, additives and treatments)
  • Drilling costs and drilling cost controls.

Schedule Available

• The 4th week of the January, March and October
• The 1st week of the July
• As requested

Catalog : Petroleum Engineer Academic.