Maximum Allowable Annular Surface Pressure (MAASP) calculation & Risk Assessment


Welcome to our Maximum Allowable Annular Surface Pressure (MAASP) Calculation & Risk Assessment course. This specialized training program is designed for drilling engineers, well engineers, and other oil and gas industry professionals involved in well integrity and safety management.

  • Fundamentals of MAASP: Understand the basic principles of Maximum Allowable Annular Surface Pressure.
  • Importance of MAASP in Well Integrity: Learn why MAASP is critical for maintaining well integrity and preventing blowouts.
  • MAASP Calculation Methods: Gain practical skills in calculating MAASP using various methods and software tools.
  • Risk Assessment Techniques: Develop the ability to perform risk assessments related to MAASP exceedance.
  • Regulatory Compliance: Understand regulatory requirements and standards related to MAASP.
  • Case Studies and Practical Applications: Explore real-world examples and case studies to see how MAASP is managed in various scenarios.
  • Introduction to MAASP
    • Overview of Maximum Allowable Annular Surface Pressure
    • Importance in well integrity and safety
  • Principles of MAASP Calculation
    • Key concepts and definitions
    • Factors affecting MAASP
  • MAASP Calculation Methods
    • Manual calculation techniques
    • Using software tools for MAASP calculation
    • Step-by-step calculation examples
  • Risk Assessment for MAASP
    • Introduction to risk assessment
    • Identifying potential risks related to MAASP exceedance
    • Mitigation strategies and risk management
  • Regulatory Compliance
    • Overview of regulatory requirements
    • Ensuring compliance with industry standards
  • Case Studies and Practical Applications
    • Real-world examples of MAASP calculations
    • Lessons learned from industry case studies
    • Practical exercises and simulations
  • Interactive Sessions: Participate in engaging sessions with industry experts.
  • Hands-On Training: Engage in practical exercises and simulations to apply your knowledge.
  • Comprehensive Materials: Access detailed course materials, including calculation guides, risk assessment templates, and case studies.
  • Certification: Receive a certificate of completion upon successfully finishing the course.
  • Drilling Engineers
  • Well Engineers
  • Well Integrity Engineers
  • Safety Officers
  • Oil and Gas Industry Professionals

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Enroll in our Maximum Allowable Annular Surface Pressure (MAASP) Calculation & Risk Assessment course today to advance your career and enhance your expertise in well integrity and safety management Visit our course registration page or contact our course coordinator at Info@orientmct.com

Maximum Allowable Annular Surface Pressure (MAASP) calculation & Risk Assessment

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Maximum Allowable Annular Surface Pressure (MAASP) is the highest pressure that can be safely applied to the annulus of a well without risking well integrity, potentially leading to a blowout or other failures.


The course is designed to be completed in approximately 40 hours, including interactive sessions, hands-on training, and assessments.

A basic understanding of well operations and drilling engineering is recommended, but the course is structured to accommodate both beginners and experienced professionals.

Yes, participants who successfully complete the course will receive a certificate of completion, recognized by industry professionals.

The course provides practical skills and knowledge to accurately calculate MAASP, perform risk assessments, and ensure regulatory compliance, enabling you to maintain well integrity and improve safety in your current role.

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