Petroleum and Natural Gas: Mud Logging Sensors and Modern EDR Systems

SKU: RV-10363Duration: 60 Minutes

Technology advances with the passage of time. The existence of portable and digital processors provides proof of this advancement in technology. There is a rising demand for enhanced equipment such as geo-pressure control and administration, contributing to the need for an additional degree of drilling machinery monitoring or observing, mud circulation pressure, volume, and flow ratio sensors. This course discusses drilling data monitoring and drilling data analysis, the types of recorders used to monitor, rotary system management and circulating system management, and properties of mud.

Course Details


Training Time: 60 minutes

Compatibility: Desktop Only

Based on: Industry Standards and Best Practices

Languages: English

Learning Objectives

  • By the end of this course, you will be able to:
  • Describe the drilling operation that includes drilling data sensors and gathering or gain system
  • Describe mud system quantity or volume, flow and pressure control observing systems
  • Explain drilling data analysis, demonstrating and management systems
  • Explain rig coordination and broadband transmission assistance
  • Describe the hoisting system assessment, depth and ratio of penetrating
  • Describe types of recorders such as wire-line recorders and hydrostatic recorders which can measure automated drilling lines, hook load and weight on bit
  • Describe the different systems of measurement such as rotary and circulating
  • Describe the properties of mud weight density by using formula, mud pit volume, linearity, sensitivity, completeness, mud temperature, mud pressure and mud conductivity
  • Describe the usage of drilling data and types of communication that includes services, analysis and logistics
Added to Cart! Click here to view your cart.