Training package In GEOLOGY OF DRILLING OPERATIONS – Material Drive

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The
course of the geology of the drilling operations aims at introducing the
participants to the petroleum industry and the steps taken to dig exploratory
wells, the data and information collected during drilling from the geology of
the site, the petrophysical records, in addition to the geological challenges
that accompany the drilling process and how to solve them for success. The
first part of this course will cover the basic principles of aquifers, types of
rigs and their components, geological studies, analysis of soil and oil samples
extracted during drilling, interlock systems, calibration units, and gas
systems. The second part will cover the geology of the terrestrial structures,
including underground maps, sedimentary environments, clay and hydraulic types,
packaging and stabilization types, guided drilling, survey report, calculation
and estimation of drilling pressure and formation, and calculating and
monitoring variables of the well track. In the third part, participants will be
introduced to electrical recording tools during drilling
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What Will I Learn?

  • Identify the petroleum industry and the geology of the drilling process and study the steps used to dig exploratory wells.
  • Analysis of data and information collected during drilling of site geology as well as petrophysical records.
  • Understand the geological challenges that accompany the drilling process and how to solve it for success.
  • Study of the basic principles of aquifers, in addition to the types of excavators and their components.
  • Identify equipment for interlock systems, calibration units, and gas systems.
  • Study of subsurface maps, sedimentary environments, and clay and hydraulic types.

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