The Drilling fluid system, also called the mud system, is part of the well-construction process and is the only part of the system that has contact with the bore well throughout the drilling process. Drilling fluid technological advancements have brought into existence a cost efficient and well suited system for each step of the well construction operation.
The drilling fluids clean the hole by transporting the cuttings outside, from where it can be removed before the fluids are recirculated. It balances the formation pressure in order to minimize the risk of certain issues.
The system supports and stabilizes the bore well’s walls until the casing and cement are set or open well machinery is installed. It also reduces the damage to the producing formations and regulates the temperature of the drill string.
With so many types and functions of the drilling fluid system it is best to get training to operate and work with the system properly. It is possible to avail oil and gas trainings in Philippines and to learn similar techniques through oil and gas training in Kerala. With companies like CrewPetro coming up training has become more accessible around the world.
CrewPetro’s Drilling Fluids Technology course for 5 days provides a complete understanding of drilling fluids and their functions for all those interested in drilling and completion engineering.
The course aims to familiarize its participants with the drilling fluid technology by helping the team acquire a thorough and complete knowledge of drilling fluids and rheology.
The course also teaches them how to choose the right equipment for solid removal and teaches them how to design a Mud System. The scope leaves scope for customization in case the client or participant has any special requirements or specifications.
The instructor at CrewPetro for this course is Dr. Milap Goud, who is an innovative thinker, an eminent personality and is an entrepreneur. He has associations with IIT Mumbai and MIT Pune and has had 40 years of industry exposure but remains rooted to the academic world.