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INTRODUCTION TO WELL CONTROL

Who will benefit? Anyone involved or about to be involved in drilling and/or well control operations with Surface or Subsea BOP stack prior to them attending a Well Control course for the first time. Floorman, Derrickman, future AD etc. Course Content

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Primary well control Causes of kicks Indications of kicks Basic wellbore calculations Normal and abnormal formation pressures Hydrostatic exercises Pressure loss due to improper hole fill System pressure losses Equivalent circulating densities Leak-off tests Equivalent mud weights Maximum mud weights Introduction to kill sheet

Introduction to Well Control equipment Course Objective To give potential certification candidates an awareness of Well Control theory, practices and equipment in order to prepare them for testing.

IWCF WELL CONTROL - SURFACE BOP - DRILLER LEVEL IWCF - International Well Control Forum An oil industry Membership Organisation whose primary purpose is to develop and administer well control certification programmes for personnel employed in oil well Drilling, Workover and Well Intervention operations. Duration 4 days plus IWCF examination on 5th day Who will benefit? Anyone involved in drilling and/or well control operations in a non-supervisory position with Surface BOP stack. –All positions from Floor man to Driller inclusive. Course Content Theoretical and practical well control for Surface BOP installations at Driller level. Course Objective Candidates will gain a comprehensive knowledge of well control theory and master the practical skills required to apply this knowledge to most well control situations. They will be prepared for the International Well Control Forum (IWCF) test program. Certification


Candidates must demonstrate their knowledge and practical capability by achieving a minimum score of 70% in each section of the IWCF test program. The test program comprises of a practical skills test, a written test on equipment knowledge and a written test on principles and procedures.

IWCF WELL CONTROL - SURFACE BOP – SUPERVISOR LEVEL IWCF - International Well Control Forum An oil industry Membership Organization whose primary purpose is to develop and administer well control certification programmers for personnel employed in oil well Drilling, Work over and Well Intervention operation Who will benefit? Anyone involved in drilling and/or well control operations with Surface BOP stack. –All positions from Driller inclusive. Course Content Theoretical and practical well control for Surface BOP installations at Supervisor level. Course Objective Candidates will gain a comprehensive knowledge of well control theory and master the practical skills required to apply this knowledge to most well control situations. They will be prepared for the International Well Control Forum (IWCF) test program. Certification Candidates must demonstrate their knowledge and practical capability by achieving a minimum score of 70% in each section of the IWCF test program. The test program comprises of a practical skills test, a written test on equipment knowledge and a written test on principles and procedures. Successful candidates will receive an IWCF certificate that is valid for two years from the date of successful completion of the program.

IWCF WELL CONTROL – COMBINED SURFACE AND SUBSEA BOP - DRILLER LEVEL IWCF - International Well Control Forum An oil industry Membership Organization whose primary purpose is to develop and administer well control certification programmer for personnel employed in oil well Drilling, Workover and Well Intervention operations. Duration 4 days plus IWCF examination on 5th day Who will benefit? Anyone involved in drilling and/or well control operations in a non-supervisory position with Surface or Subsea BOP stack. –All positions from Floorman to Driller inclusive. Course Content Theoretical and practical well control for Surface and Subsea BOP installations at driller level. Course Objective Candidates will gain a comprehensive knowledge of well control theory and master the practical skills required to apply this knowledge to most well control situations. They will be prepared for the International Well Control Forum (IWCF) test program.


Certification Candidates must demonstrate their knowledge and practical capability by achieving a minimum score of 70% in each section of the IWCF test program. The test program comprises of a practical skills test, a written test on equipment knowledge and a written test on principles and procedures. Successful candidates will receive an IWCF certificate that is valid for two years from the date of successful completion of the program.

IWCF WELL CONTROL – COMBINED SURFACE AND SUBSEA BOP – SUPERVISOR LEVEL IWCF - International Well Control Forum An oil industry Membership Organisation whose primary purpose is to develop and administer well control certification programmes for personnel employed in oil well Drilling, Workover and Well Intervention operations.

Who will benefit? Anyone involved in drilling and/or well control operations with Surface or Subsea BOP stack. –All positions from Driller inclusive. Course Content Theoretical and practical well control for Surface and Subsea BOP installations at Supervisor level. Course Objective Candidates will gain a comprehensive knowledge of well control theory and master the practical skills required to apply this knowledge to most well control situations. They will be prepared for the International Well Control Forum (IWCF) test program. Certification Candidates must demonstrate their knowledge and practical capability by achieving a minimum score of 70% in each section of the IWCF test program. The test program comprises of a practical skills test, a written test on equipment knowledge and a written test on principles and procedures. Successful candidates will receive an IWCF certificate that is valid for two years from the date of successful completion of the program.


IADC WELLCAP WELL CONTROL DRILLING INTRODUCTORY IADC - International Association of Drilling Contractors

An oil industry Membership Organisation whose primary purpose is to develop and administer well control certification programmes for personnel employed in oil well Drilling, Workover and Well Intervention operations. Who will benefit?

Anyone involved or about to be involved in drilling and/or well control operations with Surface or Subsea BOP stack. Course Content

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Primary well control Causes of kicks Indications of kicks Basic wellbore calculations Normal and abnormal formation pressures Hydrostatic exercises Pressure loss due to improper hole fill System pressure losses Equivalent circulating densities Leak-off tests Equivalent mud weights Maximum mud weights Introduction to kill sheet Introduction to Well Control equipment

Course Objective

To give candidates a basic awareness of Well Control theory, practices and equipment. An IADC Certificate will be issued upon successful completion of a written test.

IADC WELLCAP DRILLING FUNDAMENTAL SURFACE STACK ONLY IADC - International Association of Drilling Contractors

An oil industry Membership Organization whose primary purpose is to develop and administer well control certification programmes for personnel employed in oil well Drilling, Workover and Well Intervention operations.

Who will benefit?

Anyone involved in drilling and/or well control operations in a non-supervisory position with Surface BOP stack. Recommended admission level – All positions from Floorman to Driller inclusive. Course Content

Theoretical and practical well control for Surface BOP installations at Driller level. Course Objective

Candidates will gain a comprehensive knowledge of well control theory and master the practical skills required to apply this knowledge to most well control situations. They will be prepared for the International Association of Drilling Contractors (IADC) test program.


Certification

Candidates must demonstrate their knowledge and practical capability by achieving a minimum score of 70% in each section of the IADC test program. The test program comprises of a practical skills test, a written test on equipment knowledge and a written test on principles and procedures. Successful candidates will receive an IADC certificate that is valid for two years from the date of successful completion of the program.

IADC WELLCAP DRILLING FUNDAMENTAL COMBINED SURFACE AND SUBSEA STACK IADC - International Association of Drilling Contractors

An oil industry Membership Organisation whose primary purpose is to develop and administer well control certification programmes for personnel employed in oil well Drilling, Workover and Well Intervention operations. Who will benefit?

Anyone involved in drilling and/or well control operations in a non-supervisory position with Surface or Subsea BOP stack. Recommended admission level – All positions from Floorman to Driller inclusive. Course Content

Theoretical and practical well control for Surface and Subsea BOP installations at driller level. Course Objective

Candidates will gain a comprehensive knowledge of well control theory and master the practical skills required to apply this knowledge to most well control situations. They will be prepared for the International Association of Drilling Contractors (IADC) test program. Certification

Candidates must demonstrate their knowledge and practical capability by achieving a minimum score of 70% in each section of the IADC test program. The test program comprises of a practical skills test, a written test on equipment knowledge and a written test on principles and procedures. Successful candidates will receive an IADC certificate that is valid for two years from the date of successful completion of the program.

IADC WELLCAP DRILLING SUPERVISORY SURFACE STACK ONLY IADC - International Association of Drilling Contractors

An oil industry Membership Organisation whose primary purpose is to develop and administer well control certification programmes for personnel employed in oil well Drilling, Workover and Well Intervention operations.

Who will benefit?

Anyone involved in drilling and/or well control operations with Surface BOP stack. Recommended admission level – All positions from Driller inclusive.


Course Content

Theoretical and practical well control for Surface BOP installations at Supervisor level. Course Objective

Candidates will gain a comprehensive knowledge of well control theory and master the practical skills required to apply this knowledge to most well control situations. They will be prepared for the International Association of Drilling Contractors (IADC) test program. Certification

Candidates must demonstrate their knowledge and practical capability by achieving a minimum score of 70% in each section of the IADC test program. The test program comprises of a practical skills test, a written test on equipment knowledge and a written test on principles and procedures. Successful candidates will receive an IADC certificate that is valid for two years from the date of successful completion of the program.

IADC WELLCAP DRILLING SUPERVISORY COMBINED SURFACE AND SUBSEA STACK IADC - International Association of Drilling Contractors

An oil industry Membership Organisation whose primary purpose is to develop and administer well control certification programmes for personnel employed in oil well Drilling, Workover and Well Intervention operations. Who will benefit?

Anyone involved in drilling and/or well control operations with Surface or Subsea BOP stack. Recommended admission level – All positions from Driller inclusive. Course Content

Theoretical and practical well control for Surface and Subsea BOP installations at Supervisor level. Course Objective

Candidates will gain a comprehensive knowledge of well control theory and master the practical skills required to apply this knowledge to most well control situations. They will be prepared for the International Association of Drilling Contractors (IADC) test program. Certification

Candidates must demonstrate their knowledge and practical capability by achieving a minimum score of 70% in each section of the IADC test program. The test program comprises of a practical skills test, a written test on equipment knowledge and a written test on principles and procedures. Successful candidates will receive an IADC certificate that is valid for two years from the date of successful completion of the program.

HSE AWARENESS IN DRILLING OPERATIONS


Who will benefit?

Anyone who’s job requires them to read (and understand) drilling industry safety related reports such as incident reports, safety alerts etc. Anyone who is required to participate in drilling industry safety meetings. Rig or Office based personnel directly or indirectly involved in the drilling industry. Rig or office based HSE personnel. Course Content

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Drilling Rig Types and Power Systems The overall drilling process Drilling Fluids Safety around Drilling Equipment, Mud Circulation and treating equipment, Hoisting equipment, Rotating Equipment, Derricks and Substructures, Pipe handling equipment etc. Safety while running casing and cementing Mud Logging, Logging and DST (Drill Stem Tests) Safety Safety impact of Hole Problems (Stuck Pipe, Lost Circulation, Hydrogen Sulphide, Abnormal Pressures, Shallow Gas) Well Control Equipment and Procedures Effective safety reporting Best Practices to minimise the environmental Impact of Drilling Operations

Course Objective

Participants will have a knowledge drilling equipment and drilling process safety.

DRILLING TECHNOLOGY AND EQUIPMENT FUNDAMENTALS

Who will benefit?

Anyone wishing to enhance their communication and teamwork skills within the drilling industry.Anyone who’s job requires them to read (and understand) rig generated reports such as morning reports, incident reports, safety alerts etc. Rig or Office based personnel directly or indirectly involved in the drilling industry. Rig or office based HSE personnel. Course Content

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Oil and Gas Formation and Accumulation Brief history of oil and gas drilling Drilling Rig Types and Power Systems The overall drilling process Drilling Fluids Drilling Equipment and how it is used, Mud Circulation and treating equipment, Hoisting equipment, Rotating Equipment, Derricks and Substructures, Pipe handling equipment etc. Drilling Techniques, String Components, Casing and cementing Mud Logging, Logging and DST (Drill Stem Tests)


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Hole Problems (Stuck Pipe, Lost Circulation, Hydrogen Sulphide, Abnormal Pressures, Shallow Gas) Well Control Equipment and Procedures Directional Drilling and MWD Morning Reports

Course Objective

Participants will have a fundamental knowledge of the technology, equipment and terminology used in the drilling process that will enable them to effectively function within the drilling industry.

INTRODUCTION TO OIL AND GAS INTRODUCTION TO DRILLING DRILLING PRACTICE 1 DRILLING PRACTICE 2 DRILLING PRACTICE 3 BASIC OF WELL CONTROL BASIC OF WELL INTERVENTION STUCK PIPE + FISHING WORK OVER AND COMPLETION


Introduction to well control