Well Service and Workover Pressure Control
(PTRT2010)

Who Should Attend?

This course is designed for both operator and contractor personnel concerned with well service and workover operations.

This course will provide an understanding of the causes and effects of well pressure and instruction concerning the technique of pressure control. Open discussion and questions will be encouraged. The sources of well pressure, the character of well fluids, the mechanics of seals, the design of both surface and downhole pressure control equipment, and typical pressure control operations will be explained.

Learning Objectives

The student-learning objective is to gain a practical understanding of the causes and effects of well pressure and the techniques of pressure control in order to perform effective and safe well service operations.

Mike Cure has over 30 years of practical oil and gas experience with a broad-based industry background. He has worked as a roustabout, roughneck, derrick-man, driller, foreman, engineer, superintendent, manager, and consultant. Mike's consulting includes regional drilling and completion studies, preparing drilling prognoses, advising operators with well problems, surveillance engineering in south Texas, teaching industry technique, field testing of new drilling technology, supervising drilling operations offshore Gulf of Mexico, and supervising deep drilling and horizontal drilling operations in West Texas.

G096132Q Feb 20 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Thu  $375.00
($400.00 out-of-state)
Midland College PPDC Building
Registered: 8 8.0 Hours


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