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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.
Recommended to cover a maximum of 4 hrs per day.Participants in this course will learn how to manage well design, construction, surveillance, and the documentation of well integrity for a “life-of-well” philosophy. An emphasis will be placed on how industry standards and guidelines relate to barrier construction, monitoring, and management. The proper understanding of these concepts will equip each participant with the tools to safely and reliably construct and verify the integrity of a well.
Well Integrity - Definition
Why Well Integrity
Well Integrity Well Incidents to be used in the course
Well Integrity Incident ONE
Regulations and Standards in Well Integrity
Well Barrier Principles
Well Integrity Incident TWO
Well Barrier Elements with WBEACs and Issues
Cement Operations - API 65-2
Well Integrity Incident THREE
Proving the Barrier - Verification, Testing, Loads
Annular Casing Pressure using API 90-2
Well Integrity Incident FOUR
Well Barrier Manufacturing QCP and Testing Prior to Installation
Well Barrier Issues - Intervention (Well Logging)
Well Barrier Risking and Prediction
Well Abandonment - Permanent, Temporary or Suspension
Well Integrity Incident FIVE
Well Integrity Management System (WIMS) (How to create)
Managers, engineers, specialists and operations supervisors who are responsible for ensuring the integrity of an organizationâ€™s well assets are the intended audience for this course.
Well Barrier issues
Participants will need an understanding of how wells are constructed and what purpose they serve. Additionally, all participants should have an understanding of general well design concepts, quality assurance methods, and verification and risk management fundamentals. In addition, participants should also have an understanding of the industry standards and guidelines, as well as how they may factor into the overall philosophy of well construction.
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