- Identify and analyze data for building geomechanical models that are used to prevent geomechanical problems during drilling, stimulation, and production
- Apply geomechanical models to solve multiple oilfield problems
Course Length:3 days
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- Customer on-site course available
Who Should Attend
Personnel whose work is affected by the mechanical behavior of rock in a well, reservoir, or the overburden.
- Drilling Engineers
- Completions Engineers
- Wellsite Supervisors
- Petroleum Engineers
- Engineering Managers
- Production Engineers
- Earth Scientists
- Reservoir Engineers
Geomechanics studies how rock strength, pressure, and stress in the reservoir interact to affect multiple areas including production, drilling, and completions. Through activities and discussion, this course provides a fundamental understanding of principles of in-situ stress, rock mechanics, and measurement and determination of stress in inclined boreholes, and their application to various oilfield problems. Through 18 course activities, attendees apply their learning to geomechanical data analysis and problem solving. Real-world examples provide vivid illustrations of the value and impact of geomechanical modeling.
- Wellbore stability and fracture pressure
- Sand production prediction
- Casing collapse and shear
- Fracture and fault slip, stimulation, and permeability
- Hydraulic fracturing
- Production-induced compaction and faulting
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