Rigless Interventions

Rigless Interventions
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Nov 11, 2015 08:00 AM to
Nov 13, 2015 06:00 PM

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This three-day course is designed to provide participants with a thorough knowledge and understanding of the surface equipment, downhole tools, applications and operational contingencies for the most Rigless Interventions techniques used in Oil and Gas wells worldwide.
Key areas focused-on during this 3 day training course:
-Understand the common applications of Slickline, non-conductive braided cable and e-line (logging cable).
-Learn the configuration of a basic wireline toolstring and how it is manipulated.
-Understand the common applications of coil tubing and gain an understanding of basic coil tubing BHAs
-Acquire an appreciation for the types of operations that can be carried out with coil tubing.
-Understand the common applications of HWO and explore the types of operations that can be carried out with HWO.
-Exploit new technologies in overcoming well integrity challenges

 

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TBA, Perth, Australia
+65 6741 9927
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