Introduction to Drilling with Casing Technology
This fundamental course begins with an introduction to the DwC industry, key benefits of the technology, and the primary DwC systems employed by various operators. This is followed by selection of equipment for setting up a competent DwC system comprising of surface casing drive and handling equipment and downhole components. Various engineering calculations will also be discussed. At the end of the course students will be given an assessment test.
- Drillability analysis, drill bit knowledge
- Bit record and dull grading, basic log interpretation, and drilling exponent
- Casing drill bit and casing drives
- DwC Operations and economics,
- Hydraulics, torque and drag analysis, cementing, and drilling with liner
Why You Should Attend
Learn the essentials of DwC and gain the practical knowledge you need for planning a DwC job.
Who Should Attend
This course is intended for drilling engineers, drilling manager and field engineers who have limited exposure to drilling with casing technology or those professionals that are considering using this technology in future wells.
1.6 CEUs (Continuing Education Units) awarded for this 2-day course.
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Ming Zo Tan is the global application engineering manager for Weatherford Drilling with Casing product line. He joined Weatherford in 2003 as a DwC product line manager. Recently, he focuses on nurturing application engineering teams in various geographical regions besides being actively involved in the development of new products and engineering tools. Prior to Weatherford, he held various positions within Halliburton, being a drill bit optimization engineer, bit designer, and rock strength specialist. He has 15 years of oilfield experience.
Tan holds a BS degree in petroleum engineering, coauthored several technical papers, and is a co-owner of a US patent.
Steve Rosenberg is the US region product line manager for Weatherford’s Drilling with Casing division. He has over 25 years of experience in the oil and gas industry, previously holding drilling engineering positions with Diamond Offshore and Conoco. Rosenberg is regarded as a subject-matter expert in casing and liner drilling applications. He has written and coauthored several technical papers on these subjects as well as being a US patent holder (Patent No. 7,857,052 B2, Stage Cementing Methods Used in Casing while Drilling).
Rosenberg holds BS degrees in petroleum engineering from Mississippi State University and in biology from St. Lawrence University, Canton, New York.