Offshore Drilling Operations - ODO

Discipline: Well Construction/Drilling
Level: Foundation
Instructors who teach this course:


Related courses
Drilling Practices - DP
About the course Designed For You will learn Course Content
About the course
Offshore Drilling Operations is designed to familiarize personnel with unique aspects of offshore operations, structures, and vessels.


"This course starts from basic drilling and covers all process used to do drilling on both offshore and onshore with all drilling companies' usage and preference in the industry. " - Participant, India


Designed For
Agendas are typically customized to address topics relevant to operator technical support and operations supervision personnel, drilling contractor rig crew and technical support personnel, and service company and logistics support personnel.
You will learn
How To:
  • Identify differences between onshore and offshore operations
  • Clarify HSE and other risks associated with offshore operations Helicopter operations
  • Boat Operations
  • Crane and deck operations
  • Simultaneous operations
  • Emergency response
  • Identify offshore structures commonly used in the oil and gas industry and their typical applications Bottom-supported or floating
  • Fixed or mobile
  • Moored or dynamically positioned
  • Single use and multi-use structures
  • Identify various styles and designs of marine risers
  • Determine differences between various rig types Platform rigs
  • Submersibles
  • Barge rig
  • Jackup rig
  • Semi-submersible
  • Drillship
  • Identify operational effectiveness differences between various configurations of rig equipment, especially multiple activity centers
  • Clarify logistical drivers for drilling and completion operations
Course Content
  • Identify differences between onshore and offshore operations
  • Clarify HSE and other risks associated with offshore operations
  • Helicopter operations
  • Boat Operations
  • Crane and deck operations
  • Simultaneous operations
  • Emergency response
  • Identify offshore structures commonly used in the oil and gas industry and their typical applications
  • Bottom-supported or floating
  • Fixed or mobile
  • Moored or dynamically positioned
  • Single use and multi-use structures
  • Identify various styles and designs of marine risers.
  • Determine differences between various rig types
  • Platform rigs
  • Submersibles
  • Barge rig
  • Jackup rig
  • Semi-submersible
  • Drillship
  • Identify operational effectiveness differences between various configurations of rig equipment, especially multiple activity centers
  • Clarify logistical drivers for drilling and completion operations