Advance Well Engineering Training

Last Update 12/07/2021
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About This Course

Well Engineering is basically based on pore pressure, kick tolerance, casing functions, casing design and cementing. It is sometimes related to drilling and petroleum engineering. A valid objective of the well-planning process is to minimize the cost of the well without jeopardizing the safety aspects. This intensive 2-week program has been put together to cover Advanced Well Engineering topics. The program intends to uplift the knowledge and skills for Students and Professionals, who will directly involve in well designing. It will also benefit staff that are or will be working as a member of a day-to-day operations team. It is delivered through presentation of a series of interactive lectures, videos and animations, case studies, simulated drilling scenarios and facilitated study group discussions supported by technical reviews. Underpinning the course is a team-based well design project.


By attending this program, you will be more effective when working amongst seasoned and professional engineers. You will be able to lead and participate in meetings and visibly contribute to planning and executing a confident well program. We like to emphasize that in order for the candidate to fully understand the subject matter, employing companies are encouraged to provide further practical training opportunities aligned with the topics being taught.

At the end of the course, the delegate will understand of:

  • Objectives and creating a basis of design for each activity before working the details of their well program.
  • Complexities and interaction between various components of well design and the subsequent well operations.

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