Depth Control

Depth control refers to the ability to put a tool at the proper depth, usually during completions. This is especially crucial  for perforating because placing a perforation in the wrong position will require an expensive remediation.

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Hands-on Training

Hands-on exercises explain field terminology and techniques critical for placing downhole components correctly.

Topics covered: Coiled tubing, Electric wireline, Spacing out packers/tools/TCP

Designed for Consultants, Engineers, Drillers, Toolpushers

Following completion of the course students should have a better understanding of how to tie into depth. How to relate the different depth references. And some of the safety considerations surrounding wireline and perforating that they may not be aware of.

Other suggested courses: IADC Rigpass with Safeland, Well Control


To schedule a training in San Antonio contact us for more information on scheduling 210-802-4026 or email:

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