Group Live Training Course
- An Introduction to Well Barriers (secondary and primary barriers), their relevant design and selection criteria and initial test and verification requirements.
- A comprehensive explanation of Lifecycle Well Integrity from Basis of Design through to Abandonment and the requirements and applicable principles relevant for each stage.
- A presentation of the Well Integrity Management System Elements required for a robust WIM process while illustrating effective implementation methods within each stage of a well lifecycle.
- A summary of the different Well Barrier Elements Failure Modes & Mechanical Threats.
- An investigation of the various Corrosion & Flow Assurance Well Integrity Threats and their susceptible wells. Control and monitoring techniques are also discussed.
- An explanation of the different Well Integrity Monitoring, Inspection and Testing techniques that could be implemented to ensure well integrity.
- A description of the fundamentals and methodology of performing a successful and effective Well Integrity Risk Assessment.
- A presentation of the methodology and process of Anomaly and Sustained Casing Pressure Management and maintenance techniques.
- Analyze the essential components of a functioning well system
- Review major incidents and target learning to real-life scenarios
- Learn key well integrity threats and how to identify and mitigate them
- Implement key well integrity services such as well risk assessment and anomaly management
- Understand the latest well inspection, maintenance and risk assessment methodologies & techniques
- Complete a series of well integrity case studies and gain hands on experience
- Network with a variety of influential personnel
The topics of the training course are illustrated via practical case studies at the end of each module that serve as a self assessment for the delegates. The case studies are analysed and solved in a discussion-based environment.
The course benefits all levels of personnel involved in well production and drilling operations starting from Well Integrity, Drilling and Production Engineers and Technicians to Well Integrity Managers, Drilling Managers and Well Engineering Discipline Specialists.
It is also intended for Well Construction Controllers with direct responsibility for, or involvement in, the resources management with on-going or planned drilling and well operations. The course is suitable for engineers (in Drilling, Well Integrity, Well Intervention/Services, Reservoir Engineering, Production Operations etc.), whose jobs require them to interface with Completion Engineers, Production Technologists, Well Production Operations Engineers, and Well Maintenance/Servicing Engineers who wish to enhance their current job effectiveness.
- Registration will only be confirmed once payment is received in full and notification is received back from AIE.
- It is the responsibility of the attendee to ensure that they have an adequate internet connection as well as audio and microphone facilities.
- Payments are non-refundable in the event of a cancellation. However, substitute delegates are permitted at any time by providing advance notice to AIE.
- In the event that AIE postpones the course and the delegate is unable or unwilling to attend on the rescheduled date, a full refund of monies will be provided.
- AIE shall assume no liability in the event of this conference being cancelled due to any unforeseen or uncontrollable circumstances.