Oil & Gas Training
and Competency Development

Discipline Drilling Engineering
Duration5 Days
Delivery Mechanism Classroom
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Basic Cementing (Russian)

This course (available in Russian Language only)presents the basic concepts of primary cementing and illustrates the adverse affects upon well performance of a poor quality primary cement job.  Remediation using squeeze cementing techniques are discussed.  The physical and chemical properties of cement slurries are reviewed.  Cement evaluation techniques are discussed and finally a class project is performed in which the participants actually design a cement job and perform a cement evaluation.

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  • Audience
  • Prerequisites
  • Agenda

    Day 1

    Welcome and Introduction

    Primary Cementing Overview

    • The Objectives of Primary Cementing
    • The Basics of Cementing Design
    • Problems of Zonal Isolation

    Cement Chemistry

    Cementing Materials and Additives


    Day 2

    Implication of Well Integrity on Well Performance

    • Implications of Cement Quality on Well Performance
    • Sources of Water Influx
    • Solutions and Technologies

    Squeeze Cementing

    • Overview of Squeeze Cementing - SqueezeCRETETM
    • Methodology, Equipment and Tools
    • Example Calculation

    Day 3

    Performance Characteristics of Cement Slurries

    • Group Work

    New Technologies in Cementing

    • AccusetTM
    • Solid GasBLOCKTM
    • FlexSTONETM
    • CemCRETETM


    Day 4

    Introduction to Cement Evaluation

    • CBL
    • VDL
    • USIT

    Plug Cementing

    Discussion / Question and Answer Session

    Day 5

    Group Projects - Cementing Design and Evaluation Exercises

    Group Discussion


    End of Course Recap / Participant Feedback

  • Audience

    Drilling, completion and production engineers and others interested in the basic concepts of primary cementing, cement evaluation and squeeze cementing.

  • Prerequisites

    A basic understanding of drilling and completion.

  • Prerequisites

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