Stuck Pipe Prevention & Fishing Operations

Piping & Pipeline Engineering
Upstream Oil & Gas
Well Drilling & Completion Technology

This Stuck Pipe Prevention & Fishing Operations training course provides a comprehensive coverage in the industry for understanding and preventing the underlying causes of Stuck Pipe, Wellbore Instability, Loss Circulation, and other sources of Non-Productive Time (NPT) in drilling operations. The course also focuses on correct responses by individuals and teams, early warning signs, and minimizing the impact to drilling operations. Through world-class presentations, practical discussion, and the best reference and instructional materials available, delegates hone their knowledge of basic drilling technology and how it relates to avoiding NPT. Preventing stuck pipe incidents can save thousands of dollars in non-productive time. Stuck Pipe Prevention covers topics to eliminate or greatly reduce stuck pipe incidents on your rig. This course emphasizes on the prevention of stuck pipe and the team concept is used throughout the course, explaining the contribution and value of every crewmember in the goal of keeping the pipe free. This training course will feature: • How to predict and make the contingency plan to prevent the stuck pipe • How to write the proper report for the stuck pipe incidents WHAT ARE THE GOALS? By the end of this training course, participants will be able to: • Identify mechanisms and risk factors that lead to stuck pipe incidents (Wellbore Instability, Hole Cleaning, Differential Sticking, and Wellbore Geometry) • Assess mechanics of wellbore stresses and the impact on wellbore stability • Analyze trends to identify early warning signs of developing wellbore problems • Implement effective drilling and tripping practices • Make cost-effective choices in planning fishing operations

Code Venue Fees ($) Dates
MU005 New York, U.S.A 6500 April 21, 2019 – April 25, 2019
MU005 New York, U.S.A 6500 June 16, 2019 – June 20, 2019
MU005 Barcelona, Spain 5500 August 11, 2019 – August 15, 2019

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