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Our Security Management as a Service is a customized program that optimally integrates decades of our cybersecurity expertise and strategic processes into your team. It is designed to help you MANAGE security of your organization based on the NIST cybersecurity framework. We regularly meet your enterprise and information systems stakeholders to identify risks to people, processes and technology so protective measures can be taken to mitigate the threat. We leverage our Security Management Automation Platform (SMAP) to help generate Gaps and Remediation Report and Plan of Actions and Milestones (PoA&M) on an ongoing basis.
The course is designed for drilling operational staff and drilling engineers. The course provides a comprehensive treatment of drill string design, downhole drilling dynamics and the avoidance of operational problems and wear on equipment following the API recommended practices for design and operating limitations as well as the standard DS1 for design and inspection. The course starts with refreshing the engineering fundamentals and developing a sound understanding of the practical aspects and necessary considerations for design. These elements are put into practice and reinforced with a range of classroom exercises to consolidate the learning.
The course is designed for drilling operational staff and drilling engineers. The objective of the course is to determine subsurface wellbore pressures during drilling operations under static and dynamic conditions. It starts with a calculation of hydrostatic pressure using high school mathematical equations and physical laws governing fluid dynamics. After refreshing basic concepts, the course explores how to calculate the forces and stresses in submerged tubular, the density of drilling fluids required to drill safely and efficiently, various rheological models for calculating frictional pressure losses in tubular and in annulus, the surge and swab pressures while moving the drill string, optimizing drilling rates by calculating the size of bit nozzle and optimizing the annular velocity for efficient cutting removal from the wellbore.
The course will serve as an orientation to the oil and gas industry. It will explain the jargon used in the industry, the disciplines involved in exploring and producing oil and gas, and how oil reserves make it to the end consumer. This includes exploring for oil and gas, drilling for oil and gas, field development, production, processing of the products, transportation, storage, and sale. The course will also cover the commercial side of the industry
The course is designed with the simple phrase in mind: “Prevention is Better than Cure”. The course provides a comprehensive understanding of three stuck pipe mechanisms, causes leading to each mechanism, and recognition of warning signs. Participants will learn how to perform the trend analysis and learn to “listen to the well” by understanding the “language of the well”.
Dr. Sharif, ex-chairman OGDCL, is a Petroleum Engineer with over 35 years of experience in the oil and gas industry, across multiple disciplines, including exploration, drilling, technology development, field planning, contracting, training, and teachin
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