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ONLINE: Directional, Horizontal and Multilateral Drilling (DRI908)

  • 10-13 August 20214 daysVirtual instructor-led course, OnlineCourse Fee: 1750 EUR + VAT

Description

This course builds a firm foundation in the principles and practices of directional drilling, calculations and planning for directional and horizontal wells. Specific problems associated with directional/horizontal drilling such as torque, drag, hole cleaning, logging and drill string component design are included. It will cover common problems in horizontal wells used for shale exploitation

Course Structure: 8 modules of 2 hours each, delivered over 4 days
Each day will consist of 2 modules which will be no more than 2 hours in length with multiple breaks.

Course Level: Skill
Instructor: Catalin Teodoriu

Designed for you, if you are...

  • A drilling, production or operations engineer, field supervisor, toolpusher, manager or technical support person

How we build your confidence

  • The course is constructed as a live instructor-led training with case studies, videos, and exercises presented during class.
  • You will receive instruction on planning and evaluating deviated and horizontal wells and learn how to perform simple calculations associated with well survey. The basic applications and techniques for multi-lateral wells are also covered in the course.
  • A strong focus will be on the tools and techniques used in directional drilling such as survey instruments, bottomhole assemblies, motors, steerable motors and steerable rotary systems.
  • As an independent course, it offers the most complete overview of geo-steering tools.

The benefits from attending

By the end of the course you will feel confident to:

  • Make survey calculations
  • Interpret TVD, polar and rectangular coordinates and vertical section
  • Interpret dogleg severity and the problems associated with dogleg severity
  • Plan a two-dimensional directional well
  • Plan horizontal wells based on the objectives of the well
  • Determine the best multi-lateral completion for an application
  • Determine declination and non-magnetic drilling collar selection
  • Apply the best survey instrument for the job
  • Directionally drill with rotary BHAs, jetting, whipstocks, motor, steerable motors and rotary steerable systems
  • Understand the principles of various rotary steerable systems and their selection
  • Interpret torque and drag and determine what factors will affect them
  • Determine cementing requirements for directional wells
  • Predict wellbore path based on historical data and determine the requirements to hit the target

Topics

Day 1
  • Applications for directional drilling
  • Directional profiles
  • Extended reach wells

  • Day 2
  • Survey calculations and accuracy
  • Dogleg severity calculations and problems associated with doglegs
  • Types of survey instruments
  • Planning directional and horizontal wells
  • Horizontal drilling methods and applications

  • Day 3
  • Logging high angle wells
  • Hole-cleaning
  • Multi-lateral wells and their classification
  • Tools used to deflect a wellbore
  • Rotary steerable systems

  • Day 4
    • Torque and drag calculations
    • Cementing horizontal wells
    • Unconventional reservoirs and horizontal technology
    • Difficulties associated with shale reservoirs and horizontal drilling

Customer Feedback

"In fact, course materials and organization of topics as well as instructor were very good." - Geologist at Daleel

"It covers all what I need to know about tools" - Geologist at Qatar Petroleum


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