Oil & Gas Training
and Competency Development

Discipline Production Engineering
Duration5 Days
Delivery Mechanism Classroom
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Understanding Common Well Intervention Techniques

A course meant to prepare beginner Well Intervention Engineers in the most common field operational techniques performed to address typical well situations that jeopardize the intended well’s productivity or its physical integrity.

  • Agenda
  • Topics
  • Audience
  • Prerequisites
  • Agenda

    Day 1


    • Well Integrity
    • Treating and Pumping Equipment 
    • The Wellhead
    • Main Completion Accessories

    Day 2

    Cementing, Coiled Tubing and Nitrogen Operations

    • Cementing the Pay Zone for Well Interventions
    • CT Equipment and Fill Clean-up
    • Nitrogen Calculations

    Day 3

    Formation Damage and Stimulations

    • Main types of Formation Damage
    • Acidizing Overview (Sandstone or Carbonate)
    • Fracturing (Hydraulic or Acidfrac)

    Day 4

    Slickline Operations

    • Slickline Operations and Tools
    • Fishing

    Day 5

    Water Control

    • Diagnostic Plots for Water Control
    • Logging Tools for Water Control
  • Topics

    Pumping Equipment, Stimulation Operations, Well Integrity, Slickline Operations, Water Control.

  • Audience

    The course was developed for Lagoon Oil fresh-out engineers but can be delivered to any other clients.  

  • Prerequisites

    General knowledge of oil & gas industry and well operations.



  • Prerequisites

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