After a well is drilled, there is still much that needs to be done before oil and gas can begin to flow to the surface.
- Basic steps of well completion
- Considerations in well completion design
- Common types of equipment and mechanisms used including:
- Tubular goods
- Packers sleeves
- Production liners
- Wellhead and trees
- Subsurface safety valves
- Common types of lower well completions:
- Open hole
- Cased and perforated
- Open hole with liner
- Perforating options
- Considerations for lower completions at the sandface
- Special completions:
- Horizontal wells with multistage hydraulic fracturing
- Wells with extended reach drilling
- Intelligent completions
- Multiple completions
- Lesson 1—Well Completion Overview
- Lesson 2—Well Completion Components
- Lesson 3—Lower Completions
- Lesson 4—Special Completions
In order to successfully complete this module you will be required to:
- Go through all the lessons in the module.
- Complete the practice items.
- Complete the module quiz with a passing grade of 70%. You will have 2 chances to complete the quiz.
At the end, you will receive a Certificate of Completion. It should take you approximately 45-60 minutes to complete this module.
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