This one-hour virtual course introduces participants on how to analyze annular pressure measurements, i.e. equivalent circulating density (ECD), as well as other types of downhole pressure measurements with a combination of other drilling data. The course is an introduction of a subject topic from the fundamental course, and it focuses on techniques in the interpretation of different types of pressure logs with annular pressures i.e. ECD, other downhole pressures and drilling data measurements from field operations. The pressure logs scenarios in this course are within a wide range of other pressure log scenarios in the fundamental course with unique analysis and interpretation. This introductory course is a step towards equipping oil and gas professionals who want an understanding of pressure log analysis and will like to build on correct interpretation techniques of pressure logs. It is important to understand how to analyze pressure logs in other to identify and mitigate potential well problems in drilling operations.
What you will learn:
- Overview of annular pressures (ECD) and other downhole pressures.
- Technical analysis and interpretation of pressure log outputs from field cases.
Who Should Attend:
The course is intended for engineers in drilling operations, technical specialist in drilling and workover operations, drilling engineers, drilling optimization engineers, well planners and operations geologist. Any technical and field professional involved or plan to be involved in drilling operations can attend. Oil and Gas professionals in transition and engineering students can attend and will receive a discounted price.
Course Level: Introduction to Intermediate
Course Duration: 1 hour
Course Format: Virtual (Live online) via Zoom.
Registration cost is $50.00.
Note: Class login information will be sent to registered participants prior to their virtual class date. An email can be sent to Info@geofocal.com to receive a limited discount code of 50% discounted price for Oil and Gas professionals in transition, and engineering students. Participants who are interested in the fundamental course can notify instructor and will receive a credit for the paid amount from this course towards a future fundamental course date.