Stimulation One

While “Cementing One” is not a requirement for this course without completing Basic Cementing One the participant will not have the pre-knowledge of; using a pipe book, calculating hydrostatic pressure, calculating differential pressure, basic volume and height calculations and using tables and formulas.

This course covers, among other related things:

  •   Simple geology of oil and gas formations
  •   The volume of rectangular, upright cylindrical and horizontal cylindrical tanks
    •   Calculating a bbl/inch volume factor for each tank
    •   Fracture Gradients
    •   Bottom hole treating pressure
      •    Instantaneous shut-in pressure (Pi or ISIP)
      •    Hydrostatic Pressure
      •    Friction Pressure in pipes
      •    The differential pressure across a perforation
      •    Wellhead pressure
      •   Fluid calculations
      •   Acidizing limestone, dolomites and sandstone formations
  •    Recommendations for proposing job volumes
  •    Dangers of Hydrofluoric Acid
  •    Acid Fracturing vs Matrix stimulation (Acidizing)
  •    Retarded acid jobs
  •   Acid/water volume
  •   Basic calculations for nitrogen volumes
  •   Equipment requirements
  •   Sand off calculations for volume left in pipe, the height of sand and top of the sand
  •   Safety around equipment, chemicals, pressure and gasses

Browning Training reccomends that Basic Cementing One be completed before attending this course that, however is not a requirement.

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