Heavily illustrated with 900 pictures of actual well control sites, Common Well Control Hazards: Identification and Countermeasures provides a visual representation of 177 common well control hazards and how to prevent or counteract them. The perfect companion for any engineer who needs to develop and apply their skill more efficiently, this aplain language guide covers common well control equipment such as: BOP control system, BOP manifold, kill manifold, drilling fluid recovery pipes, IBOP tools, liquid gas separator, and fire, explosion a H2S prevention. With this manual in hand, anew hires not only learn about the inherent hazards which await them out in the field but also gain expert advice for deploying the necessary countermeasures which will lead to effective, incident free field operations. Simply describes operational equipment and procedures Explains 177 kinds of potential hazards and countermeasure Identifies common hazards and their countermeasuresl There is no counting device when opening or closing the manual wheel. l After shutting-in manually or locking, the wheel ... lines are fixed upward horizontally. l Wire rope is used in tying a knot, rope clamps are not used, and rope clamps are stuck ... Many bent subs need to be connected to the kill line and choke manifold.
|Title||:||Common Well Control Hazards|
|Publisher||:||Gulf Professional Publishing - 2012-12-13|