Code Date Venue Early Bird Fee Fee
PE1256 02 - 06 Dec 2019 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia SGD 5,299 SGD 5,499
PE1256 02 - 06 Dec 2019 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia RM 15,897 RM 16,497
PE1307 26 - 30 Jan 2020 Muscat, Sultanate of Oman USD 4,799 USD 4,999
PE1308 25 - 29 May 2020 New Plymouth, New Zealand USD 4,599 USD 4,399
PE1309 07 - 11 Dec 2020 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia SGD 5,299 SGD 5,499
PE1309 07 - 11 Dec 2020 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia RM 15,897 RM 16,497

Code

PE1256

Date

02 - 06 Dec 2019

Venue

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Early Bird Fee

SGD 5,299

Fee

SGD 5,499

Code

PE1256

Date

02 - 06 Dec 2019

Venue

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Early Bird Fee

RM 15,897

Fee

RM 16,497

Code

PE1307

Date

26 - 30 Jan 2020

Venue

Muscat, Sultanate of Oman

Early Bird Fee

USD 4,799

Fee

USD 4,999

Code

PE1308

Date

25 - 29 May 2020

Venue

New Plymouth, New Zealand

Early Bird Fee

USD 4,599

Fee

USD 4,399

Code

PE1309

Date

07 - 11 Dec 2020

Venue

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Early Bird Fee

SGD 5,299

Fee

SGD 5,499

Code

PE1309

Date

07 - 11 Dec 2020

Venue

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Early Bird Fee

RM 15,897

Fee

RM 16,497

About this Training Course

It has been estimated that poor well integrity has cost operators around the world over US$75 billion since 2009. As oil prices continue to be volatile and margins remain low, operators are becoming increasingly sensitive to such risks.

This intensive five-day course is designed to deepen your knowledge of well integrity management, and skills for designing, operating, and maintaining well equipment. The ultimate goal is to optimize productivity at the lowest Unit Operating Cost (UOC) and to maintain mechanical integrity throughout well life cycle.

Well Integrity management is looked at in three distinct stages. The first stage is during the well design which includes material selection, engineering design, cement design, coating and inhibitors and cathodic protection. The second stage is monitoring the well during the life of the well locating possible leaks and/or loss of metal. The last stage is to manage and control any well integrity issues using specialized products, services and techniques.

To enable participants to understand the well integrity management principles and well integrity components during the lifecycle of the well and acquire the tools and methods to eliminate and/or mitigate the loss the well integrity during design, construction, and well operations.

The participants will also learn how to manage a well within its operating envelope which has lost it integrity.

  • Understand the Well Integrity ISO Standard
  • Well barriers and their verification
  • Define the building blocks of a successful well integrity management programme
  • Define well integrity well categorization based on compliance to the barrier policy outlined in the regulations and develop an approach to risk management
  • Discuss well-completion design and construction to create a “integer” well with lowest life cycle maintenance cost from a WIM prospective
  • Monitoring and surveillance of well integrity (focus on cementing)
  • Monitoring and surveillance of well integrity (focus on corrosion)
  • Investigate and manage well integrity issues, causes & potential solutions
  • Understand repairs to address “Loss of Well Operating Envelope”
  • Understand Well Suspension & Well Abandonment

This course has been developed for personnel directly responsible and or involved in Well Integrity, its design, verification and intervention should attend.

Suggested attendees include, but not limited to:

  • Completion Engineers
  • Drilling/completion/intervention engineers (including drilling supervisor and drilling superintendent)
  • HSE personnel.
  • Production Operation personnel (including OIM, Area Production supervisors)
  • Production Technologists
  • Well Integrity Management Engineers
  • Well Services Engineers