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Webinar on demand: An Introduction to Managed Pressure Drilling Technology

This webinar provides an introduction to Managed Pressure Drilling technology.

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Session Code : PEWEB011
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About this course

In recent years Managed Pressure Drilling (MPD)* has emerged as a technology that improves safety through improved well control, reduced non-productive time and lowered well costs.

MPD is an adaptive technology, in other words, it can readily be deployed to respond to and instantaneously modify conditions within the well. MPD is also implemented to enable changes to well design, in particular in deep water operations.

This webinar provides an introduction to MPD technology. Future webinars will describe in more detail, the variants of MPD, how and where each variant is applied the equipment set up and engineering calculations required for effective implementation.

What Will You Learn

    Topics covered during this webinar:

    • IADC definition and classification of MPD
    • Description of MPD methods
    • Description of MPD equipment
    • Applications of MPD
    • Q&A session

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