DRILLING TECHNOLOGY II

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COURSE OVERVIEW

This Course, “Drilling Technology II” is aimed at providing the learners the basic knowledge of Pressure control and blowout prevention in offshore and onshore drilling. You will be taught the different well control pressure methods needed to keep a well in safe condition. We would begin this course with a simple Pre-Introductory quiz, and then we will go into the course proper. We will look into: Introduction to Well Control: Overview and definition, importance of oil well control and possible hazards, after which we would look at the Fundamental Principles, Concepts, and Terminologies in Well Control. Later on, we’ll look at Well control Procedures and equipments, then we’ll look at Cementing. In summary, this course will consist of the following Sections/Modules:

  • Test & Assignment

This course was designed by  Dr. Nnaemeka Ohia and he will act as a facilitator for the discussion boards.

PREREQUISITES

None

COURSE DATES

From November 2019 to APRIL 26th 2020. 01:00 GMT. This course uses Greenwich Meridian Time (GMT)

GRADING SCHEME

You’ll be graded on weekly activities (100% weight in final score) You need to score 80% or higher to pass the course and receive a certificate. You can check your progress by selecting the “Progress” tab

Important: Learners need to view the courses on a laptop for best results and if you intend to use your mobile phone, ensure you download the “articulate” mobile app. Download the “articulate mobile player app.” at google play store (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=air.com.articulate.articulatemobileplayer)

Check that your FULL NAME is correct as that’s the name that will appear in the certificate you may earn.

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