Design Process for Completion and Workovers
This skill module focuses upon three main work products of a typical completion or workover design the proposed well sketch, the proposed procedure, and then the underlying basis of design. In addition, field/rig morning reports are introduced and reviewed in view of the original design plans.
Upcoming start dates
- Self-paced Online
Who should attend?
Graduates or engineers with experience, engaged in drilling operations, production operations, workover, and completions; petroleum engineering in both the service and operating sectors.
- Explain the work product of a completions engineer
- Describe an initial completion procedure and sketch
- Translate chronological steps from a procedure to a well sketch
- Recognize and describe morning reports
- Recognize the engineering that is required for developing a procedure
- Explain and provide an example of Basis of Design (BOD)
- Compare and contrast design and BOD
- Illustrate and explain the link between management systems and the engineering design process
- Identify the objectives of a completion
- Identify and describe each aspect that is to be considered to achieve the two objectives
- Compare the different drive mechanisms
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