Drilling and service personnel struggle daily with the Oil and Gas industry's inexperienced labor force. This inexperience at the well site results in excessive non-productive time, trouble time, and invisible lost time. These, in turn, lead to unsafe incidents and excessive costs to the operator, the contractor and the service industry. Managing Wellsite Operations teaches participants to apply organizational learning processes; well site technical limits analysis and more efficient use of all resources at the well site. Good well planning is essential. However, in spite of very good planning and design there exist geological and reservoir uncertainties, surface and down hole environmental constraints, failed equipment, and misunderstood practices coupled with inexperienced well site personnel that are creating unsafe work conditions and driving up drilling cost. Participants will learn how to identify and mitigate hidden risks that often are overlooked during the planning, design and execution phases of a drilling operation.
The participant will learn how to dissect and analyze an operational plan. In addition, applying operational innovations and advanced motion and time processes will lead to improved efficiency of well site rotary operations and individual well site tasks. Participants will be introduced to models, templates, techniques, and real case studies that can be used on the job.