SUBSEA COMPLETIONS & DEEPWATER TECHNOLOGY

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  • March 25, 2019 - March 29, 2019
    8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Course Length:   5 Days       Course Dates:   March 25 – 29, 2019        Course Venue:  Houston, Texas, USA

 

Course Description:

The course is designed to provide an overview of subsea completions & deepwater equipment in the oil and gas industry. The participants will learn about the subsea completions deepwater design options to meet deliverability, safety and integrity requirements in completions and workover operations. The main components of a subsea well completions are described and analyzed by their function and design criteria. Participating will also learn to calculate tension, compression, burst, collapse, yield and threshold strength. This course covers all the relevant subjects needed to describe structural mechanics of downhole tubular. The course will give participants the Case studies will be provided to help the participants understand the hands-on aspects of subsea completions and deepwater technologies.

Who Should Attend?

This course is designed for reservoir engineers, production engineers and asset managers

What You Will Learn:

  • Proficiency and confidence that is needed to design safe and cost-effective subsea well completions and production systems including the key components
  • Learn how to select the optimum completion option for the type of reservoirs and general operational procedures for preparation and start up
  • Detailed understanding of the issues and the physics of sand producing reservoirs
  • Gain knowledge on how to identify the problems associated with sanding: when it will happen, mode of occurrence, volumes of sand and risk presented by these types of reservoirs
  • Importance of deepwater technology for oil and gas production. Different structural and platform types. Main engineering principles for deepwater technology
  • Design and operation of fixed and floating structures often used in harnessing oil and gas resources in deepwater/offshore environments

Course Outline:

  • Introduction to subsea well completions. Workflows for subsea well completions design
  • Designing Well Completion for the Life of the Field
  • Subsea well completions equipment selection. System approach to casing and tubing design
  • Subsea well perforations technologies. Production Packers. Subsurface Safety Valves
  • Subsea well completion performance analysis of well with and without downhole flow control technologies
  • Physics of sand producing reservoirs. Sand stabilization and exclusion. Sand production management completion design
  • Subsea well completion performance analysis of well with and without sand control technologies
  • Subsea Wellheads, Xmas Trees and Connectors. Subsea Manifolds, Pipelines and Flowlines
  • Offshore Structures and Operations. Principles of Mooring Analysis and Riser Design
  • Class exercises and Field case studies

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