Geomechanics for Sanding Evaluation and Sand Control Selection is a specialized course that focuses on the evaluation of sanding risks in oil and gas wells and the selection of effective sand control measures. The course provides an understanding of the geomechanical properties of the reservoir and the surrounding rock formations, and how these properties can affect sanding behavior.
Participants will learn about the different sand control techniques, including gravel packing, sand screens, chemical consolidation, and hydraulic fracturing, and how to select the most appropriate technique based on the reservoir and well characteristics.
The course covers the practical aspects of sand control implementation, including wellbore stability analysis, sand production prediction, and sand control performance evaluation.
This course is designed for engineers, geologists, and other technical professionals involved in the planning, design, and implementation of sand control measures in oil and gas wells. Participants will gain practical knowledge and skills in geomechanical evaluation and sand control selection, including data analysis, risk assessment, and decision-making techniques. For further information, interested individuals can contact us directly or send us an email
For further information, interested individuals can contact us directly or send us an email.