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Workover Course Level 2

Provide insight into the oil wells Workover operations
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Platform: Udemy
Video: 2h 38m
Language: English
Next start: On Demand

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This is a Workover advanced course that targets people who have already started working in the oil industry in general. Actually, this course is a continuation of our first course, the workover introduction course, so it is advanced in comparison to the first one. I created this course to show what I have experienced in the fields supervising different types of jobs.
This course is great if you want to keep up to speed with the other workers who have already started working in the field prior to you joining.
The oil and gas industry has an enormous impact on all aspects of daily life. A workover is any operation done on, within, or through the wellbore after the initial completion. Although proper drilling, cementing, and completion practices minimize the need, virtually every well will need several workovers during its lifetime to satisfactorily fulfill its purpose.
This course looks at the workover operations that are done because the well is not performing up to expectations. In addition, it sheds the lights on the equipment used while performing the workover operations. Main concepts of this course will be delivered through lectures, and readings. After every lesson, learners will take short quizzes to test their newly acquired knowledge. After completing this course, you are supposed to have a good knowledge about several Workover operations.
Please if you have any feedback regarding the course, do not hesitate to leave your comment in the review sections.

You will learn

✓ Workover Tools and Equipment.
✓ Well Control Tools and Equipment.
✓ Rig down, Rig move, Rig up, and Rig acceptance Meaning.
✓ Accumulator and Blow Out Preventer BOP Pressure Test.
✓ Christmas Tree and Wellhead Components and Maintenance.
✓ Pressure Test Types in Different Workover Operations .
✓ Tripping, Tally, and Trip Sheet Meaning
✓ Tally Correction and Why We Need to Correct Tally.
✓ Well Kill Methods in Workover Operations
✓ Well Cleanout-Scraping Service in Workover
✓ Wireline Service Operations in Workover.
✓ Fishing Tools and Operations in Workover.
✓ Types of Acidizing and Stimulation Jobs in Workover.
✓ Cement Plugs Types and Pressure Squeezing Methods.
✓ Well Completions Types in Workover Operations.
✓ Guidelines and Responsibilities of Personnel in Workover Sites.


• General knowledge about oil and gas industry.

This course is for

• Perfect for fresh graduated students with petroleum engineering major.
• Oil and gas industry Workover field workers who are willing to take a step ahead in their career
Petroleum Engineer
A Petroleum Engineer who has worked in both oil service and operator companies.
I have worked as an Artificial lift field engineer in Weatherford oil and tools company, and then I joined an operator company to work as work-over well-site leader. Currently , I am working as a reservoir engineer in an oil operator company.
I am passionate about continuous learning and passing knowledge by teaching other people to be better in their career and life.
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Platform: Udemy
Video: 2h 38m
Language: English
Next start: On Demand

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