Code Date Venue Early Bird Fee Fee
PE1290 16 - 18 Oct 2019 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia SGD 3,499 SGD 3,699
PE1290 16 - 18 Oct 2019 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia RM 10,497 RM 11,097

Code

PE1290

Date

16 - 18 Oct 2019

Venue

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Early Bird Fee

SGD 3,499

Fee

SGD 3,699

Code

PE1290

Date

16 - 18 Oct 2019

Venue

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Early Bird Fee

RM 10,497

Fee

RM 11,097

About this Training Course

While interventions in subsea wells share some similarities with those carried out on land or platform wells, the complexities of accessing the subsea tree through an intervention riser mean that costs are significantly higher. As a consequence, the cost of errors or lost time are similarly greater. Simple, and often avoidable mistakes can mean the cost of an intervention can easily outstrip any productivity enhancement the intervention was designed to achieve.

This 3-day intermediate level course focuses on areas of interest unique to the subsea environment, such as subsea trees and wellheads, intervention riser systems and riserless subsea interventions. In doing so, the course will prepare the participants for the exciting and challenging task of planning and executing subsea interventions and make them better placed to avoid the costly mistakes that can have such a detrimental impact on subsea interventions.

The course consists of a series of classroom-based lectures and case studies, supplemented by videos and animations. Participants for this course will be required to have existing knowledge of conventional well intervention methods i.e. wireline, coiled tubing and pumping and stimulation operations on land and platform wells.

 

By the end of this course, participants will have:

  • A clear understanding of the main types of riser systems used for intervening on subsea wells.
  • An appreciation of the use and limitations of ROV’s.
  • An appreciation of the use and limitations of diver support.
  • A clear understanding of the problems and complexities associated with intervening in subsea wells.
  • An understanding of the use of subsea wireline lubricators.

 

The course is suitable to all personnel, but those that benefit most include:

  • Engineers and supervisors who are likely to be responsible for the planning and execution of interventions in subsea wells
  • Those who have not previously worked on subsea wells, but are likely to have to do so in the future.