Oil & Gas Training
and Competency Development

Location Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Start10 Dec 2018
End12 Dec 2018
Discipline Drilling Engineering ,
Deepwater Exploration and Production
Duration3 Days
CostUSD 2,700.00
Delivery Mechanism Classroom

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Drillbench Blowout Control

This 3 day course introduces the principles and concepts related to blowout control operations and the use of the Drillbench Blowout software. This course provides an overview of so called tertiary well control options and the engineering calculations required to ensure that a well kill can be achieved. This course also deals with the basics of relief well planning and it deals with dynamic well kill operations for blowout wells.

  • Agenda
  • Topics
  • Instructors
  • Audience
  • Prerequisites
  • Agenda

    Day 1

    • History of wild well control
    • Blowout Types
    • Current Blowout Control Methods
    • Fluid Mechanics Of A Blowout
    • Relief well planning
    • Shallow Gas
    • Building the Model and Using The Software

    Day 2

    • Blowout paths
    • Reservoir flow
    • Capping and Capping stacks
    • Bullheading
    • Momentum Kill

    Day 3

    • Relief well Planning
    • Intersect
    • Relief well kill operations
    • Pump and kill schedules
  • Topics

    It is recommended that the candidates bring their own well designs to the course in order to model their own wells during the course. The dynamics of a blowout and the associated challenges are reviewed during the class. This makes the course more interactive and it allows a better learning process.

  • Instructors

    David Bueno
  • Audience

    This course is suitable for drilling engineers, wellsite supervisors and service providers who design, plan and manage drilling operations.

  • Prerequisites

    The skill level for this course requires a good understanding of the conventional drilling and well construction process. Participants should have a minimum of 5 year drilling related experience and must have an understanding of conventional well control and fluid hydraulics principles. Numerous computer simulations will be done during the course.

  • Prerequisites

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Rio de Janeiro, Brazil December 10 - 12, 2018
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