Oil & Gas Training
and Competency Development

Discipline Drilling Engineering
LevelSkill
Duration3 Days
Delivery Mechanism Classroom
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Techlog for Drilling Performance Analysis

The Techlog Drilling Performance Analysis training covers the basic theory governing the activity detection and interpretation of the Drilling Performance Analysis and Mechanical Specific Energy (MSE) computations.

Backed up with practical examples on actual datasets, the attendees will learn the fundamentals of Techlog itself: project structure and interface, family management, displaying data in both single and multi-well applications and a look at the real-time functionality. Following this, they will then be trained in the theory and usage behind the Drilling Performance Analysis workflow including the activity detection and breakdown, as well as interpretation techniques. Finally, an introduction and training on the MSE calculation and interpretation therewith.

  • Agenda
  • Topics
  • Audience
  • Prerequisites
  • Agenda

    Day 1

    Introduction.

    Project structure and managing data (create project, loading different format datasets, exporting data, depth data vs. time data, families management...)

    Day 2

    Displaying data (LogView, cross-plots, histograms)

    Interaction tools

    Real time functionalities

    Drilling performance analysis introduction

    Day 3

    Drilling performance analysis practicals

    mechanical specific energy workflow and practicals

  • Topics

    • Understand the Techlog interface and data structure
    • Perform data management and quality control
    • Time and depth data management
    • Introduce basic plotting tools
    • Real time data management
    • Drilling analysis workflow
    • Mechanical specific energy
    • Multi-well interpretation
  • Audience

    Drilling engineers.

  • Prerequisites

    Basic understanding of drilling and geology.

  • Prerequisites

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