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Faculty of Science and Technology, Department of Energy and Petroleum Engineering
Have insight into the different phases of a wells lifecycle including drilling, completion, production, intervention.
Have knowledge about drilling equipment and well logging tools.
Be able to perform hydraulic calculations both for hydrostatic pressure, pulling capacity, mechanical friction and fracture pressure.
- Well Integirty
- Introduction to Well Integrity
- Common well integrity issues
- Defining well barriers
- Verification of well barriers.
- Well integrity management
- Organizational challenges and well design
- Formation Integrity Test (FIT)
- Cement Integrity
Plug and Abandonment (P&A)
- Type of Wells (Production, injection, exploration, etc.)
- Minimum setting depth (MSD)
- Selection of a suitable formation
- Well completion consideration
- Casing cement verification
- Cement placement inside casing
- Access to formation
- Plug placement techniques
- Well barrier and well barrier elements criteria
Required prerequisite knowledge
Must meet the requirement for admission to the master programme in Petroleum Engineering
Modern Well Design PET535
|Form of assessment
||A - F
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Method of work
4 hours with lectures per week on well integrity and permanent P&A.
Standard UiS procedure
|Well Intervention and Plug and Abandonment (PET605)
The syllabus can be found in Leganto