Oil & Gas Training
and Competency Development

Discipline Production Engineering ,
Duration5 Days
Delivery Mechanism Classroom
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Introduction to Well Completions

The course introduces basic concepts of Completion Engineering. It familiarizes the attendants with conventional completions and equipment. Intelligent completions (ICV and ICD) are also explained.

At the end of the course, attendants will understand the criteria for completion selection, the functions of typical completion equipment and accessories.

Day 5 consists of a visit to local Schlumberger base to visualize completion equipment.

  • Agenda
  • Audience
  • Prerequisites
  • Agenda

    Day 1

    • Introduction to the Course.
    • Initial quiz.
    • Revision of Reservoir concepts.
    • Characterization of reservoir fluids.
    • Well Completion methods. 

    Day 2

    • Flow in porous media.
    • Well deliverability (exercises).
    • Completion effects.
    • Flow in pipes.
    • Choke performance.
    • System analysis.

    Day 3

    • Wellheads.
    • Casing suspension.
    • Tubing selection. 
    • Tubing design.
    • Tubing connections.
    • Upper completion accessories.
    • Safety valves.
    • Packers.
    • Artificial Lift. 

    Day 4

    • Multilaterals.
    • Sand Control.
    • Fracturing.
    • Intelligent completions. 
    • Use of slickline equipment during well completion.
    • Perforations.

    Day 5

    • Visit to Schlumberger base for visualization of completion equipment.
    • Final quiz.
  • Audience

    The course is designed for fresh-outs.

  • Prerequisites

    This course is for fresh-outs, however it is recommended that the attendants have been through courses of basic reservoir engineering, geology and drilling engineering.

    Attendants should have an Engineering or Scientific Degree.

  • Prerequisites

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