IADC WELLSHARP DRILLING – SURFACE & SUBSEA (SUPERVISOR LEVEL)

$1,350.00

Description

Course Outline:
CO1: Drilling, Workover, Completion Plan-Awareness
CO2: Well Control Drills
CO3: Well Control Concepts
CO4: Shut In Procedures & Verification
CO5: Mud & Pit Management
CO6: Post Shut In Monitoring & Activities
CO7: Pre-Recorded Data
CO8: Risk Management
CO9: Kick Prevention during Drilling, Casing & Cementing Operations
CO10: Well Control Methods
CO11: Barriers
CO12: Equipment
CO13: Shallow Gas, Water Flows & Tophole Drilling
CO14: Extract of Subsea Elements
CO15: Abnormal Pressure Warning Signs
CO16: Kick Detection
CO17: Choke Line Friction and Fluid Densities
CO18: Equivalent Circulating Density and Bottomhole Pressure
CO19: Riser Margin
CO20: Gas Behavior
CO21: Shallow Subsea and Fracture Gradients
CO22: Downhole Pressure and Temperature Effects
CO23: Trapped Gas at BOP
CO24: Choke Line Friction
CO25: Displacing Riser Post Kill
CO26: Ballooning Issues
CO27: Handling Gas In The Riser
CO28: Casing and Cementing Operations
CO29: Deadman
CO30: Riser Margin
CO31: Autoshear and Emergency Disconnect System
CO32: Operations Requiring Barriers
CO33: ROV Hot Stab Capability
CO34: Well Flow With Pumps Off
CO35: Pit Gain
CO36: Pump Startup and Shutdown
CO37: Flow Returns Rate Increase
CO38: Trapped Gas At BOP
CO39: Shallow Subsea Fracture Gradients
CO40: Displacing Riser Post Kill
CO41: Drilling and Tripping
CO42: Diverter
CO43: Running Casing/Cementing
CO44: BOP Stack
CO45: Recording Shut In Pressures
CO46: Stack Valves and Wellhead Components
CO47: Differences and Float in String
CO48: BOP Closing Unit and Control Panels
CO49: Riser Flow After Shut In
CO50: ROV Hot Stab Capability
CO51: Emergency Procedures

Learning Objective:
The purpose of the Driller course core curriculum is to define the good control body of knowledge and set of job skills needed by Drillers during drilling operations.

Prerequisite:
No prerequisite is required for this course.

Duration:
4days