An Introduction to Coiled Tubing
This 7-hour course presents coiled tubing (CT) as a tool for workover, drilling, and completions services. It reviews conventional CT workover and completions applications, the properties of CT, its manufacture, the key elements of a coiled tubing unit, and subsurface tools for CT applications. A significant portion of the course covers mechanical and hydraulic performance of CT, including work limits, buckling, and fatigue. The course is intended for engineers, engineering technicians, field personnel or anyone interested in the history, applications, and benefits of coiled tubing. Participants will gain an understanding of the manufacturing process required to mill coiled tubing, the many applications of this versatile tool, the surface equipment for running it, subsurface tools, and the importance of job design and planning.
Objective and Goal:
The intention of the course is to give the student an understanding of coiled tubing as a well intervention tool.
Jeff Harris, B.J. Services
Jeff has worked with and specialized in Coiled Tubing and Nitrogen Services, offshore and onshore, from the North Atlantic to West Texas. He spent six years working in pumping services and is currently employed by BJ Services in Midland, Texas as the Permian Regional Technical Advisory for Coiled Tubing and Nitrogen Services. He has authored several papers and written articles for European and US oil and gas publications.
|G089133Q||Mar 6||8:30 am - 4:30 pm|
|Midland College PPDC Building|
|Registered: 18||7.0 Hours|