|Production Operations 1 - PO1|
|Completions and Workovers - CAW|
|Coiled Tubing Interventions - CTI|
Discipline: Production and Completions Engineering
Duration: 5 days
Instructor(s): Diego Londono
Coiled Tubing is one of the most common technologies used for well interventions on a daily basis throughout the oil industry during drilling, completion, and mainly production phases of oil and gas wells around the world.
This course covers the surface and pressure control equipment, the bottomhole assembly components (downhole tools), the string manufacturing and operational limits, the interventions performed with coiled tubing (20+ different pumping and mechanical interventions including coiled tubing drill out and coiled tubing drilling), and how to deal with fatigue and corrosion. Nitrogen equipment and calculations required for constant / variable temperature and commingled nitrogen interventions are also covered.
The final part presents an extensive coverage of emergency responses and contingencies to deal with in a wide variety of scenarios. A generous amount of time is spent in practical exercises, and technical concepts are enhanced with pictures, videos and numerous real field cases and problems. Participants will gain the knowledge to actively and efficiently participate in coiled tubing intervention's planning, design and/or execution.
Well interventions or well services supervisors, operations or field Engineers, coiled tubing supervisors and operators, sub-surface engineers, production engineers, drilling engineers, completion engineers, and those professionals willing to expand their knowledge in coiled tubing and nitrogen interventions planning, design and/or execution.
You Will Learn:
Participants will learn how to:
- Well unloading (N2 lifting/kick off)
- Wellbore cleanouts (fill removal)
- High pressure jetting
- Squeeze cementing
- Milling and cutting
- Coiled Tubing Drill Out (CTDO)
- Extended reach
- Hydraulic fracturing
- Concentric coiled tubing
- Well logging
- Fiber Optic Enabled Coiled Tubing (FOECT)
- Deployment under pressure
- Lateral entry
- Shifting sliding sleeves
- Mechanical plug/packer setting
- Velocity strings
- Gas lift
- Electric Submersible Pumping (ESP)
- Coiled Tubing Drilling
- Double flapper check valves
- Hydraulic disconnect
- Rupture disc and circulating valve
- Motorhead Assembly (MHA)
- Downhole motor
- Jars and accelerators
- Venturi junk basket
- Inflatable elements
- Variable temperature
- Pin hole leak
- Fractured string
- String parted at surface
- String parted downhole
- Uncontrolled descent (runaway)
- Uncontrolled ascent
- String stuck in the hole
- String stuck in the lubricator
- Leak below well-control stack
- Power Pack failure
- Retrieving CT after shearing with BOP
- Retrieving a collapsed string
MR. DIEGO LONDONO is a Petroleum Engineer with 21+ years of experience in rigless well interventions acquired while working with major Services and E&P companies in different locations around the world in both on and offshore fields. His comprehensive professional experience includes Coiled Tubing, Stimulation, Slick/Braided Line and Electric Line, Hydraulic and Acid Fracturing and Production Testing.
He started his career with Halliburton for 7.5 years as Stimulation and Coiled Tubing Field Engineer in Colombia. He then worked 3 years for BP as Well Interventions Engineer (Company man) in Cusiana, Cupiagua and Florena fields. He joined ENI, and spent 3 years working in the giant Kashagan offshore project in the Caspian Sea in Kazakhstan as Coiled Tubing / Well Intervention Engineer. Then, he worked for 4.5 years as a Senior Well Interventions Engineer consultant for BP/Equion Energia in Colombia.
During almost four years he has been working/consulting for E&P companies (ADNOC and OXY) and Services companies (Halliburton) in middle east countries as UAE, Saudi Arabia and Qatar exclusively in rigless Well Interventions with relevant exposure into Well Integrity matters
He has been a Well Interventions instructor for the past 8+ years and has also been IWCF Well Control for Well Interventions certified instructor in the past (2011 to 2014).
In-House Course Presentations
All courses are available for in-house presentation to individual organizations. In-house courses may be structured the same as the public versions or tailored to meet your requirements. Special courses on virtually any petroleum-related subject can be arranged specifically for in-house presentation. For further information, contact our In-House Training Coordinator at one of the numbers listed below.
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