Coiled Tubing and Its Applications, Calgary, October 22, 2013

Venue: Calgary - Downtown

Location: Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Event Date/Time: Oct 22, 2013 / 8:30 am - (MST) End Date/Time: Oct 22, 2013 / 4:30 pm - (MST)
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Description

This one-day short course presents coiled tubing (CT) as a tool for workover, drilling, and completion services. The course is designed for those interested in applying CT technology for workover services, drilling, completions, and production operations, or those requiring an update on the latest CT technology.  The course is also appropriate for individuals new to the CT industry, or wish to expand their CT knowledge. The course will provide an overview of conventional CT workover and completion applications, the properties of CT, its manufacture, the surface equipment utilized for deployment, and subsurface tools for CT applications.  A significant portion of the course covers mechanical performance of CT, including working limits, buckling, and fatigue.  A discussion of CT drilling technology and hydraulics is also included.   A complete set of course materials and lunches are included.   Course Outline

  • The Tubing
  • Surface Equipment
  • CT Unit Configurations
  • Downhole Tools
  • General Force Balance
  • Buckling & Lockup
  • Mechanical Limits and Stretch
  • CT Fatigue
  • CT Hydraulics
  • CT Applications
  • CT Drilling Technology

Date: Oct 22, 2013

Length: 1 day (8:30 AM - 4:30 PM)

Location: Calgary, AB

Delivery Method: Classroom Training

Availability: More than 5 seats available

CEU: 0.8 Continuing Education Units

PDH: 8 Professional Development Hours

Certificate: Certificate Issued Upon Completion

Fee: $ 895.00 CAD

 

Venue

Calgary - Downtown
Calgary
Alberta
Canada
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Conference Speakers

Ed Smalley has more than 30 years of oilfield experience, including assignments in new product development, field operations, sales, and management. His areas of expertise include coiled tubing, formation evaluation, coalbed methane, hydraulic fracturing, and commercialization of emerging technology. Mr. Smalley holds a B.S. Engineering degree from Kansas State University, and is a member of SPE, ICoTA, and SPWLA.