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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.
It is recommended to cover maximum four hours per day.
This course will train drilling engineers in the benchmarking, identification, application, and implementation of drilling optimization techniques. These techniques will cover both offset and historical well data, as well as real-time drilling data. The intention of this class will be to give participants in this course knowledge to apply well optimization techniques in well engineering, drilling fluid engineering and well construction engineering.
The course will begin with a review of whatdrilling optimization is and is not, by defining and understanding the welldesign process from the viewpoint of optimal, efficient operations. The class will discuss drilling risks which are manageable and highlightconstraints involved in the well construction process.Day 2 - Key Performance Indicator
Students will debate about why it should exist, how and what is key regarding Key performance indicators. Important concepts regarding designing smart KPIs will be provided. Additionally Probability basics will be studied in the drilling context to obtain the key elements to optimize drilling times and costs. At the end an introduction to risk management applied to drilling will be given.Day 3 - Engineering and Risk Analysis
Students will link this day a two fundamental concepts. We cannot optimize if we don't take into account the risk to increase drilling incidents. Key techniques to identify, quantify and prevent risks will be seen in the course.Day 4 - Introduction to Drilling Mechanics and Shock and Vibrations
Students will link the risk management concepts with the different ROP enhancement techniques. Additionally we'll see the different interpretations and calculations around the mechanical specific energy, extra drilling dynamics concepts for ROP enhancement and Rig and extra drilling domains new technology and automation tools for drilling optimization.Day 7 - Well Design and Execution processes to Optimize
Students will be exposed to the complete well design process, now optimized using all tools and techniques learned thru the course. In this macro scope students will learn how to asses integral performance taking into account risks and ROP enhancements techniques and technology. Lastly we'll drive students thru the multiple options to do computerized modeling about key drilling technical and management variables.Day 8 - Continuous improvement Processes
Students will learn about learning from execution techniques. Additionally about integrating comprehensive analysis about drilling optimization and risk management, and about monetizing drilling optimization efforts.
Drilling engineers with 1-3 years of operations experience.
Drilling optimization methodology
Offset well selection
Time and cost estimation
Benchmarking and key performance indicators
Measurements and Technology Enablers
Good overall knowledge of well construction processes, drilling engineering, as well as simple time and statistical analysis techniques (e.g. mean, median, mode, probabilities, percentages).
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