Drilling in a High Pressure High Temperature Environment
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This short course is comprehensive and detailed intended for all personnel involved in or associated with drilling deep hot wells
To provide a comprehensive study of how to deal with drilling high pressure, high temperature wells.
Continuing Professional Development
14 HOURS CPD
· Composition and properties of drilling fluids
· Kick composition and properties
· Gas solubility in drilling fluids
· Gas behaviour in the wellbore
· Kick detection and associated equipment
· Bubble point pressures of kicks
· Well control methods
· Kicks while off bottom
· Rig equipment
· Jack-ups and permanent completions in gas condensate reservoirs
· Temperature effects on well control equipment
· Surface equipment problems
· Planning high pressure high temperature wells
· Case histories
· Recommendations and codes of practice for the drilling and testing of high pressure offshore wells
· Worst case scenario
· Well control flowcharts
Candidates will be required to perform selected exercises on High Pressure/High Temperature Simulator.
Candidates will also complete a practical and written assessment at the end of the course.
Operating, Contracting, Service Company and Regulatory Authority personnel involved in or associated with drilling deep hot wells with oil/water base drilling fluids.
London, United Kingdom
16-19 October 2017
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
5-6 November 2017