Subscribe  |  Login  | 
E-462 - Well Servicing & Workover

E-462 - Well Servicing & Workover

5 days
PRO/WSWOE
Sessions
This course is not scheduled.
Who should attend?

Audience

    • Completion, well servicing or workover engineers and supervisors, with client or service companies, familiar with well control operations.

Level

  • Foundation
  • This course provides the required comprehensive knowledge and skills for well servicing and workover.
Learning Objectives
  • Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:
  • select the right means for well intervention,
  • design well servicing or workover programs,
  • supervise well servicing or workover operations.
Course Content

REASONS & WELL INTERVENTION MEANS ON PRODUCTION WELL

1 day

  • Intervention means classification.
  • Well intervention main reasons:
  • Measurement.
  • Maintenance.
  • Well remedial and workover.
  • Main intervention means: wireline, coiled tubing, snubbing, workover rig.

REVIEW OF COMPLETION, WELLHEAD & BOP STACK SET UP

0.5 day

  • Review of completion installation and equipment technology:
  • Standard completion.
  • Intelligent completion.
  • Multi-zone gravel pack completion.
  • Deep water completion fitted with sand control equipment.
  • Review of wellhead set up.
  • Review of BOP stack set up versus company rules.

WELL SERVICING

1.5 days

  • Safety issue during well servicing operations.
  • Intervention equipment set up.
  • Study of different well servicing cases:
  • Standard completion.
  • Tubing less completion.
  • Intelligent completion.
  • Multi zone gravel pack completion.
  • Deep water completion fitted with sand control equipment.
  • Light intervention case study.

WORKOVER

2 days

  • Safety issue during workover operations.
  • Main operations:
  • Well neutralization and means.
  • Xmas-tree removal.
  • Workover rig and BOP stack installation.
  • Workover operation.
  • Fishing operation.
  • Operation risk evaluation versus well operation cost and budget.
  • Depleted reservoirs:
  • Losses and potential reservoir damage.
  • Well kick-off after well intervention.
  • Study of different well workover cases:
  • Standard completion.
  • Tubing less completion.
  • Smart completion.
  • Multi zone gravel pack completion.
  • Deep water completion fitted with sand control equipment.
  • Workover case study.
Ways & Means
  • Two case studies are worked out: one for well servicing, the other for workover.