This course covers the basics of well service and workover with an emphasis on practical rather than theoretical information; emphasizes safety and environmental production; also covers the equipment and process used in well service and workover.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Operator personnel who are actively engaged in supervising well serving and workover jobs, new personnel who have been given the responsibility of supervising well servicing and workover jobs, production technicians.
BENEFITS OF THE COURSE
This course is designed to equip participants with the practical knowledge to attack well problems immediately upon returning to the job. Some of the benefits of this course are a more responsible, effective, and knowledgeable work force, decrease down time, improve job safety, and reduced drilling cost.
COURSE DURATION: 5 DAYS
A manual will be prepared for this course. The manual will contain the objectives and questions designed to measure a participant's progress. This material will be made available as a package for use in the course.
Introduction to well servicing and workover
Types of well servicing operations: well completion methods; artificial lift methods; well servicing rig equipment; well servicing and repair; well cleanout and repair methods; well stimulation treatments
Types of well servicing equipment: snubbing units; coiled-tubing units
Downhole and fishing tools and techniques
Control of formation pressure: methods of obtaining control; types of blowout preventer equipment for well servicing
Special Services in well control: snubbing; fire fighting and capping; freezing, hot tap