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This is a Remote Instructor Led Series training, all training sessions will be delivered online with no face-to-face classroom attendance.
Each module is 2 hrs, recommended to cover maximum two (2) modules (4 hrs) per day.
The goal of the course will be to enable participants to understand the operations carried out by directional drillers. They will also learn how to contribute to the design of directional and horizontal wells. The course will cover the fundamentals, design considerations, and operational aspects of directional and horizontal drilling.
Directional Drilling Fundamentals
Applications and limitations
Algebra and trigonometry review
Terminology, Positioning and coordinate systemsDay 2
Survey calculation methods
Anti-collision and trajectory management
Surveying toolsDay 3
MWD, LWD and mudlogging
Downhole drilling tools and deflection methods
Drilling motors and bit overviewDay 4
Drilling motors and bit overview (Cont…)
BHA design and considerations
Rotary steerable systemsDay 5
Directional well path design
Horizontal well planning and calculationsDay 6
Drill string design
Torque & drag
Drillstring dynamicsDay 7
Introduction to Multilateral wellsDay 8
Basics of Geosteering
Directional drilling problems and solutions
Drilling Engineers, Drilling Supervisors, Trainee Directional Drillers, and service company personnel with basic drilling engineering skills.
Well location calculation methods
LWD and mudlogging use in directional drilling
Bottomhole assemblies and drill string tools used in directional drilling
Concepts of torque and drag and shocks and vibrations
Introduction to multilaterals
Directional drilling problems
All participants should have some basic drilling engineering experience and one to three years of wellsite experience. Prior exposure to directional drilling is recommended, but not required. Good mathematic skills will be necessary, particularly trigonometry.
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