An in-depth course that provides a thorough overview of intervention well-control equipment, control systems, and associated components. This course is delivered in our state-of-the-art 3D Training Center in Houston. This course is designed for oil and gas personnel with an interste in learning more about intervention well-control equipment as trainees, assistant subsea and subsea engineers, drilling superintendents, well site leaders and drilling engineers dealing with Subsea Drilling Operations involving Intervention Well Control. A review of the major OEMs is covered.
- Objective: To provide a solid overview of IWC components and control systems
- Duration 24 hours / 3 days
- Continuing Ed 2.4 CEUs / 24 PDHs
Topics Include :
- Introduction to IWC Equipment & Background
- IWC Architecture
- IWC Regulations
- BOPs vs. IWCs
- Christmas Trees (Vertical & Horizontal)
Class Size 12 Students maximum; No Prerequisites. An end of course exam administered.
Classes are open enrollment and group classes are available.
This stimulating learning experience is designed to capture the students interest and allow for maximum retention of the material presented.