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PETEX e-Learning:  Well Service And Workover

It is not unusual for an existing well to require repairs or enhancements during the life of the well. In this module you will learn:
  • The difference between well service and workover operations
  • Types of well service equipment
  • Some types of problems, their causes, and typical well service and workover solutions to those problems including:
    • Equipment failure
    • Excessive water and gas production
    • Production of gas
    • Poor production flow rates
    • Depleted reservoirs

The Well Service and Workover module consists of the following:
  • Lesson 1—Overview
  • Lesson 2—Well Service and Workover Equipment
  • Lesson 3—Equipment Failure
  • Lesson 4—Excessive Water and Gas Production
  • Lesson 5—Production of Gas
  • Lesson 6—Poor Production Rates
  • Lesson 7—Depleted Reservoirs
  • Well Service and Workover glossary
  • Quiz

In order to successfully complete this module you will be required to:
  • Go through all the lessons in the module.
  • Complete the practice items.
  • Complete the module quiz with a passing grade of 70%. You will have 2 chances to complete the quiz. If you don't pass the quiz the first time, you will be able to take it again after 7 days.

Well Service and Workover
It should take you approximately 75 to 90 mintues to complete this module. A passing score earns you a Certification of Completion.

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For multiple licenses or for use the Well Service and Workover e-learning module in training, please contact us at 800.687.4132 or 512.471.5940 or by sending an email to petex@www.utexas.edu

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