|8 July 2019 - 12 July 2019||Houston||$ 4,150||Register →|
|7 October 2019 - 11 October 2019||Aberdeen||$ 4,150||Register →|
|17 November 2019 - 21 November 2019||Dubai||$ 4,150||Register →|
Who should attend?
Wellsite geologists, drilling and operations engineers, and those who are involved in the acquisition and use of well-site geological data in their job scope.
About the course
A large amount of geological data is acquired at a substantial cost during a drilling operation. Ensuring optimal quality of this information and effective reporting plays a key role during well design, drilling operations as well as at the later us of the data in field studies. A key requirement for success is a close cooperation between geological, drilling, and well engineering departments.
You will learn
- Understand basic principles of wellsite data acquisition and quality control
- Apply the techniques used by well geologists in formation evaluation through lectures integrated with practical exercises
- Perform hands-on exercises of cutting analysis and oil show examination
- Acquire the understanding of drilling problems caused by subsurface conditions, and of applications of wellsite data in exploration and development.
- Petroleum Geology Overview (Depositional Environment)
- Well Planning Process ( Site Survey & Shallow Gas Hazards, Drilling Program, Contracting & Services)
- Drilling Operations (Bits, Casing & Cementing, Fluids, Drilling Problems & Well Control, GeoSteering)
- Well-site Geology (Site Surveys, Site Preparation, Shallow Gas Hazards, Mudlogging Services, Data Acquisition, Monitoring (ROP,Gas, Mud),Sampling & Cuttings, Evaluation, Hydrocarbon Detection, Sidewall & Coring)
- Logging Operations (PetroPhysics) (Acquisition, Concepts, Tools, Quick Look Interpretation)
- Well Testing
- Operations Geology Overview (Duties and Responsibilities)
- Well-site Contracting (Drilling, Mudlogging, Wireline, Services, Coring, QC).