Oil & Gas Training
and Competency Development

Discipline Drilling Engineering
Duration3 Days
Delivery Mechanism Classroom
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Advanced Remedial Cementing (Russian)

This course (available in Russian only) presents the techniques for diagnosing the sources of unwanted water and then discusses the remedial cementing techniques available to eliminate those undesirable sources of water.

  • Agenda
  • Audience
  • Prerequisites
  • Agenda

    Day 1

    Integrate Approach to Watercut Problems in Mature and New Fields

    • Key Problems Related to Watercut
    • Integrated Approach to Watercut Problems
    • Watercut Problem Classification and Selection of Optimal Remediation Plan
    • Logging Diagnostics
    • Cement Bond Log Evaluation Techniques

    Day 2

    Remedial Cementing

    • Applications of Remedial Cementing
    • Remedial Cementing Techniques
    • Downhole Tools for Remedial Cementing
    • Remedial Cementing Program Design
    • Remedial Cementing Through Coiled Tubing

    Advanced Remedial Cementing Technologies

    • CemCRETETM
    • SqueezeCRETETM - Specifically designed for low injectivity wells

    Day 3

    Specifications of Cement Slurry System Laboratory Analyses

    • Description of API Laboratory Equipment
    • API Laboratory Analysis Procedures
    • Specification of Remedial Slurry Analyses
    • Remedial Cementing System Design

    Remedial Cementing Equipment

    • Cementing Pumping Units
    • Cement Slurry Blending and Mixing Systems
    • Remedial Cementing Manifold
    • Training Exercise Using Cementing Unit Simulator

    End of Course Round Table Discussion

  • Audience

    Production, Drilling and Completion Engineers plus any other oilfield technical staff who want a better understanding of how to mitigate water production in an oil or gas well using remedial cementing techniques.

  • Prerequisites

    A basic knowledge of drilling and completion operations.

  • Prerequisites

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