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Drilling Essentials for Non-Drilling Professionals

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Seating Capacity : 20

Venue : OGS Knowledge Centre

Course Fee : N125,000

Duration : 2

City : Lagos

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Course Overview

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COURSE OVERVIEW
What is a BOP? And did its failure in the Gulf of Mexico cause so much ripples around the world?
Where will it happen next and how can it affect your business? This course focuses on de-mystifying well site operations for the various non-drilling professionals connected with drilling and completions operations and well delivery. It explains the fundamental concept of drilling to nondrilling
professionals in a manner that they would understand. A major service company participant at this course had this to say: “the training has given me a lot of insight into what is generally happening in the oil industry”

COURSE CONTENT
 History and overview of oil industry operations
 Drilling concepts, principles, and technologies
 Various down hole operations and wellbore risk containment
 Asset teams and multi-disciplinary considerations in well planning
 Well types – horizontal, directional, multilaterals, smart wells, etc.
 Logistical considerations in well site operations
 Drilling cost considerations – rig rates, AFE, NPT, call-out contracts, etc.

FOR WHOM
All persons associated with the efficient design, financing, insurance and delivery of oil wells such as:

  •    Entry level drilling engineers
  •    Geoscientists involved in well planning
  •    Finance and logistics support staff in oil service companies
  •    Corporate finance executives of banks
  •    Insurance underwriters and brokers
  •    Oil & gas legal advisers and consultants

FACULTY
Mrs. Uchenna Marian Mgbaja comes from an extensive background in Petroleum Engineering. She is currently a Consultant for Oil and Gas Soft Skills (OGS).

Uchenna worked with Schlumberger Oilfield Services in Maintenance, Operations, and Engineering disciplines as a Wireline Field Engineer in Reservoir Evaluation and Wireline (REW) department. She was on International Mobile (IM) status with Schlumberger and as a result has worked in several locations including USA, Canada and Congo. She obtained a Master’s degree in Petroleum Engineering and Project development from the Institute of Petroleum studies UNIPORT a program run in collaboration with the acclaimed IFP School,
France and sponsored by TEPNG (Total E&P Nig).

Her primary responsibilities for OGS are Upstream Operations, Sustainable Development and Field Development Training and Consulting.