During the active life of a well there is a need to gain access into the well, either to install or maintain downhole equipment, to improve productivity of the well, or to gather data from the well. This may be reservoir data as well as information on the integrity of the well and the completion in particular.
Many of these well interventions can be performed by a different number of techniques. From the intervention techniques, wireline (mechanical slick line or electrical) is generally the most cost effective means of performing downhole tasks. However, it has limitations due to the employment of a mechanical gravity-fed work string (wire or cable) and by well geometry (deviation and doglegs).
Wireline is the principle technique used during the producing phase of the well to gain access to well equipment and data in order to manage the reservoir and well technical integrity. The media used in this course is Presentations, videos, case histories and live examples.
Duration: 3 Days
Skill Level: Basic to Intermediate
This course covers the following topics:
- HSE considerations
- Wireline applications
- Surface Equipment
- Pressure Control Equipment
- Standard Wireline Toolstring
- Wireline Operations
- Company Well Intervention Engineers, Well Intervention Job Managers, Service Company Personnel.
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