Hands-on Well Control Equipment Course

2018-06-18 - 2018-06-21 All day
SUBC Engineering Ltd
Phone: +44 1224 511670
SUBC Engineering Ltd: Aberdeen Head Office
Phone:+44 1224 511670
Address: Suite 8, International Base, 5A Greenwell Rd, Aberdeen AB12 3AX, UK

 

Course Overview:

This course is unique in the fact that it’s a real time “Hands-On” course developed to widen the students’ knowledge and understanding of Well Control equipment.

Course Structure:

The course will consist of 90% Hands-On and 10% theory. The course will cover all aspects of Well Control Equipment. The training will cover 8 Modules of Hands-On practical training, which
are mentioned below and will be implemented in our custom built Training Centre.

Course Content:

Introduction : – Enrolment and Induction
Module 1 :- Koomey BOP HPU
Module 2 :- Triplex Pump
Module 3 :- TR Regulator
Module 4 :- Accumulator
Module 5 :- Cameron U BOP
Module 6 :- Hydril GL Annular
Module 7 :- BOP Control Panel
Module 8 :- Cameron Gate Valve
Module 9 :- Auto Choke

Course Introduction, Enrolment and Safety Induction:

Module 1 Main Koomey HPU
Practical element will include the following:-
Maintenance procedures performed
 Adjustment pressure relief valve
 Bleed down Accumulator Manifold
 Nitrogen Precharge checks
 Charge up Accumulator
 Inspection of filters and strainers

Module 2 Triplex Pump
Practical element will include the following:-
 Strip down of fluid end of pump
 Inspection of all components for wear or damage
 Rebuild fluid end of triplex pump
 Remove Side chain cover and Inspect Chain and sprockets

Module 3 TR Regulator
Practical element will include the following:-
 Strip down valve assembly
 Inspection of parts and seal assemblies
 Clean all parts and rebuild TR Regulator
 Write up inspection report on what you found and discuss with lecturer

Module 4 Accumulators
Practical element will include the following:-
 Discuss Safety and Hazards while working on Accumulators systems
 Strip down Inspection
 Rebuild Accumulator
 Complete Pre charge checks

Module 5 Cameron U type BOP
Practical element will include the following:-
 Carry out inspections on BOP assembly
 Remove ram blocks, strip down, clean and inspect
 Carry out cavity inspections
 Complete an Inspection report on BOP and discuss with lecturer

Module 6 Annulars
Practical element will include the following:-
 Strip down Hydril GL 13 5/8” Annular
 Carry out inspections on Annular assembly
 Check for wear and damage
 Inspection and rebuild of Annular
 Complete an Inspection report on Annular and discuss with lecturer

Module 7 BOP Control Panel
Practical element will include the following:-
 Students carry out functions on the BOP panel
 Students complete Troubleshooting of faults on panel
 Students carry out simulated pressure testing of BOP on panel

Module 8 Cameron Gate Valve and Auto
Practical element will include the following:-
 Remove Gate valve from body
 Inspect all parts for wear or damage
 Rebuild gate valve in body

Module 9 Auto choke
 Strip down Auto choke
 Inspect all parts for wear or damage
 Rebuild Auto choke
 Complete an Inspection report on both valves and discuss with lecturer

Course duration: 4 days

For further details or to register your interest contact SUBC Engineering office on 00 44 (0)1224 511670 or e-mail [email protected]

Paul served 16 years in the British Royal Navy in the Engineering Branch, 13 years of which were in the Submarine Service, serving on all classes of submarines, both conventional and nuclear.

For the past 35 ½ years, he has been directly involved in subsea systems, working both as a hands-on subsea engineer offshore and in management and consultancy positions. Having been directly involved in three newbuild projects (two semi-submersibles and one drillship), his knowledge and experience of drilling plant design is extensive. Operationally, he has been working in a number of well known oil & gas rich regions, including West Africa, Brazil, North Sea, GOM, Norway, Iran (Caspian) Kazakhstan (Caspian), Gulf of Thailand and Indonesia.

Paul has written a number of industrially accredited training books for the industry in the particular area of deepwater well control systems. Involvement in New Adaptive Drilling Methods & Systems has formed a large portion of work over the past 15 years, extending from R&D through to attendance of FAT’s and SITs for 001 builds of major systems.

Holds a B.Sc. a M.Sc and a doctorate in Riserless Drilling. Member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers, the Society for Underwater Technology and is both a Chartered Engineer and a Marine Chartered Engineer, registered with the British Engineering Council. He is also a Registered Subsea Engineer. Paul is a full member of the Institute of Marine Engineers, Scientists and Technologists in London.

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