|Code||Start Date||End Date||Location||Cost||Instructor||Register|
|PST0290-201502||Nov 23, 2015||Nov 27, 2015||Bangkok, Thailand||SGD 5995||Fayez Makkar||Register|
|PST0290-201501||Feb 23, 2015||Feb 27, 2015||Bali, Indonesia||SGD 5995||Fayez Makkar||Register|
|PST0290-201401||Apr 21, 2014||Apr 25, 2014||Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia||SGD 5995||Fayez Makkar|
Preventing stuck pipe incidents can save thousands of dollars in non-productive time. Stuck Pipe Prevention covers topics which can eliminate or greatly reduce stuck pipe incidents on your rig. Participants will learn the language of the well, also learn how to predict and detect the stuck before it occurs.
This course emphasis the prevention of stuck pipe. The team concept is used throughout the course, explaining the contribution and value of every crew member in the goal of keeping the pipe free. With your data, courses can be customized, and past stuck pipe incidents can be analyzed to determine what was done incorrectly and where techniques can be improved. Everyone will gain an excellent experience through the discussion and solving the cases histories more than 40 cases.
This course is specifically designed for, but not limited to employees in the oil and gas industry who holds the following roles:
Fayez Makkar is an independent drilling and workover consultant having more than 36 years of experience in Petroleum industry. He has extensive background in workover, completion design and logging interpretation in directional and horizontal wells. He also has experience in all types of drilling operations including deep wells on both offshore and onshore oil, gas and H2S wells. His teaching experience began since 1992 and at the moment he has taught more than 25 courses. He conducted several courses through TPS and NExT in Turkey.