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Essentials in Well Intervention and Pressure Control

6th June 2015


Well designed and properly implemented Well intervention is the most effective method to improve well production. While a correctly carried out well intervention plays an instrumental role in increasing the profit of E&P operation, poor execution of well interventions decreases well productivity and in worse cases, it may also give rise to astronomical loss, both in financial terms and human life, as a result of well accidents. Well intervention specialists work in close conjunction with other roles such as completion design, production and drilling because nowadays success of well operation relies increasingly on integrated efforts from multiple disciplines and hence a thorough understanding of modern well intervention techniques combined with pressure control skills are not only required of service engineers who are directly involved in the well intervention operation, but also related personnel who works in conjunction with them.

Benefits of Attending

  • UNDERSTAND the key well control methods relating to well intervention operations
  • LEARN about completion types, equipment functions and industry practices
  • IMPROVE the delegate’s competence in well intervention pressure control
  • ENHANCE knowledge of Wireline, coiled tubing and snubbing procedures
  • BROADEN and increased awareness of well intervention/servicing well control equipment, methods and practices
  • MASTER the key principles involved in Intervention Pressure Control
  • APPLY well control calculations to hydrostatic and well kill scenarios
  • AVOID well pressure control problems from available well data i.e. pressure, volume and flow characteristics
  • PROVIDE an appreciation of completion types, equipment, equipment functions and practices as recognised by the industry
  • REVIEW the importance of well intervention pressure control equipment
  • COMPLY with important API standards and best practices

Who Should Attend

Attendees would include:

  • Upstream professionals including managers, supervisors and project team members involved in planning, implementing, supervising and directing E&P projects
  • Personnel working in the service industries involved with drilling operations
  • Personnel working in the well service department involved with various well intervention and workover operation
  • Corporate and asset managers of E&P activities
  • Asset exploitation team and key well site personnel

And from the following job titles:

  • Well Service Engineer
  • Well Intervention Engineer
  • Well Engineer
  • Production Engineer
  • Subsurface Engineer
  • Completion Engineer
  • Workover Engineer
  • Petroleum Engineer
  • Drilling Engineer
  • Drilling Superintendent
  • Reservoir Engineer
  • Integrated Service Crews and
  • Supervision, Wireline/Coiled Tubing/
  • Well Test and Snubbing Crews and
  • Supervisors
  • Operation Engineer
  • Product Manager- Oil&Gas
  • Project Engineer
  • Technical Engineer
  • Rig Engineer

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