Technical Familiarisation 

Introduction to Coiled Tubing 

This Coiled Tubing Introduction is designed to provide learners with a starting point from which to develop their understanding of the techniques and technologies involved when utilizing coiled tubing in downhole interventions. 
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Course Description 

The purpose of this module is to further develop the participants understanding of coiled tubing, specifically the range of equipment required for a successful well intervention operation. Here we will look at each of the primary components of the coiled tubing spread, including the work reel, power pack, injector, pressure control equipment and the control cabin.

We also talk about the auxiliary equipment and supporting structures required for certain operations. Finally we look at the components of the wellhead and Christmas tree and the role they play in well control.

Course Objectives

By the end of this course, you should be able to:

  • Recognize the basic surface equipment that comprises a typical coiled tubing unit 
  • Describe the basic functions of each component and its importance to an operation
  • Identify the differences between various land based units and specifically offshore designated units 
  • Explain the role played by support structures, cranes, lifting equipment and Christmas tree valves and functions in coiled tubing operations
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