Advanced Drilling Best Practices

Upstream Oil & Gas
Well Drilling & Completion Technology

Today’s drilling personnel must have a working knowledge of all the required disciplines in order to effectively drill a well. The course provides all the fundamentals necessary to drill a well whether it is a shallow well or a complex, high pressure well. The training course is also designed for engineers and field personnel involved in the planning and implementation of drilling programs. The course covers all aspects of drilling technology, emphasizing both theory and practical application. Computer programs are used to design many aspects of the modern well and the course will provide the participants with the theory behind most programs along with practical implementation. The course will also include advanced Mud Logging principles and operations. This PetroDeep training course builds a firm foundation in the principles and practices of drilling and well planning, drilling fluid, drill string design, hydraulic optimization and drilling hole problems. Participants will learn the components of drilling string and how to use each in optimum ways, how to evaluate the WOB and select the proper size of drill collar. Participants will also be able to apply the practical solution for analyzing the performance of drill string design for both vertical and direction holes. WHAT ARE THE GOALS? By the end of this training course, participants will be able to: • Drill a well cost effectively and maximize penetration rate & Evaluate stuck pipe problems and avoid potential problems by optimizing hole cleaning and ROP • Design, drill string and BOP/wellheads & Design and implement bit and hydraulics programs • BHA design for proper deviation, directional and horizontal drilling control & Recognize and evaluate well control problems by effectively

Code Venue Fees ($) Dates
LO009 London, U.K. 5500 March 10, 2019 – March 14, 2019
LO009 New York, U.S.A 6500 September 1, 2019 – September 5, 2019
LO009 Singapore, Singapore 5500 December 22, 2019 – December 26, 2019

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