N940 - Modern Completion and Production Enhancement Techniques

Course Overview
The course expands a basic awareness of wells and completions to cover how completions can affect production. Some of the key subject areas that are covered include the completions scope and types, inflow performance, perforating, stimulation and sand controls, vertical and artificial lift, production chemistry, well integration and completion equipment and installation.

Participants will learn to:
•	Characterise the causes of formation damage.
•	Be able to produce an optimum perforating strategy (perforation charges, interval and deployment method).
•	Predict the types of well completion that benefit from matrix and fracture stimulation and the types of fluids that 
        are used.
•	Propose the optimum sand control method accounting for the geology, well management and surface facilities.
•	Integrate vertical lift performance into reservoir performance analysis.
•	Assess where production chemistry problems can pose a major threat to productivity and propose mitigations.
•	Evaluate risks to well integrity such as corrosion in order to ensure the threat to safety and productivity is managed.
•	Review the types of completion equipment commonly used and where/why they are used.

This course is offered by Nautilus (www.nautilusworld.com), a PEICE affiliated company and the world leader in Geosciences Training services.

A complete set of course materials and lunches are included.

All scheduled event(s) for this short course:
3-Dec-18 Houston (5 days) $ 5,095 USD
Course Syllabus
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Course Outline
  • Completion scope and types
  • Inflow performance
  • Perforating
  • Stimulation (proppant and acidisation)
  • Open hole completions
  • Sand control
  • Tubing sizing
  • Artificial lift
  • Production chemistry
  • Well integrity
  • Completion equipment
  • Completion installation
  • Non conventional wells

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Instructor

Jonathan Bellarby

Training Venue

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