Services

Aberdeen Drilling School has been providing professional services such as Technical Authoring, Competency Management, and Audit, Coaching & Training (ACT) for over 25 years. Services are offered across the life cycle of operations from well planning through to a post–well performance review and which includes a capture of lessons learned. 

The life cycle is considered in three phases:

• Planning and Review
• Operations
• Lessons Learned 

In each case, the Technical Team at Aberdeen Drilling School will meet with the customer to discuss the well or campaign-specific requirements and from this propose a scope of work that meets the customer’s needs. The final scope of work might focus on one aspect of the life cycle or on a combination of activities across the life cycle. 

Click on an article below to see what we have been able to do for customers in the past. For more information, please get in touch.


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