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Basic Well Control Practice Quiz Level 2

The best way to check the drill crew's reaction to a well kick is to have a
Leak Off test
Pit Drill
Safety Meeting
Drilling Break
Gas bubbles expand and reduce hydrostatic pressure in the well the most
On bottom of well
At the casing shoe
Near the surface
When in the pits
For closing the ram BOP's you need the regulated accumulator pressure to be
3000 psi
200 psi
600-900 psi
1500 psi
The first step for closing in a well kick while tripping is
Close Ram BOP
Close Annular BOP
Stab FOSV
Notify Company Man
Run back to bottom with drill string
The accumulator bottles are pre-charged with
Oxygen
Acetylene
Nitrogen
Propane
What is measured every 15 minutes by the drill crew to detect changes in the mud?
Mud weight & porosity
Viscosity & Mud Weight
Gas & Air pressure
Flow rate & Pit Gain
Slow pump rate is taken while drilling
Every week
Every month
Every Tour
Every Hour
The choke manifold set up for a Soft Shut in while drilling is
Stack valve closed, all other valves open
Stack valve open, all other valves closed
Degasser open, diverter closed, Rams open
None of the above
Hard shut in while tripping is
Stab safety valve, close safety valve, open choke line valve, record pressures
Close BOP's, stab safety valve, closed safety valve, open choke line valve and read pressures
Stab safety valve, close safety valve, close BOP's, open HCR, read pressures
Shut in annular and Rams and check for leaks
The Trip tank level should
Decrease when tripping into the hole
Decrease when tripping out of hole
Stay the same when tripping out of hole
Stay the same when tripping in the hole
The Mud Agitator
Prevents barite from settling out in pits
Keeps the hole full at all times
Keeps the flow line moving
None of the above
First sign of kick while drilling is
Drilling break
Increase in flow rate
Pit gain
Gas at surface
First sign of kick while tripping is
Gas at surface
Hole not taking correct amount of fluid
Wet string
Increase in mud weight
Kick fluid contaminates the
Casing shoe
Drill pipe
Annulus
Drill collars
The amount of formation fluid in the rocks is a function of
Permeability
Porosity
Density
None of the above
When tripping in hole, the pit level in the trip tank will normally
Decrease
Stay the same
Increase
Over flow into the flow line
Why do SICP and SIDPP show different pressures?
Influx has entered the annulus, the drill string is full of mud
Influx enters the drill pipe and the annulus
There is light mud in the drill pipe
None of the above
When the drill crew slugs the drill pipe prior to a trip, the bottom hole pressure
Increases
Stays the same
Decreases
If the Driller suspects a kick while drilling, he should
Stop drilling, pick up off bottom, shut off pumps and check for flow
Call Company man and drill slowly
Keep drilling and watching everything closely
Stop drilling, close well in and call town
The function of a kill sheet is
Assist the Supervisor and have a plan for killing well
To prepare for the next well
Calculate the methods used in well control
To prepare a pit drill
When killing a well keep
Casing pressure constant
Drill pipe constant
Flow returns constant
Bottom hole pressure constant
Fresh water weighs
2 ppg
7 ppg
8.3 ppg
8.9 ppg
After driller shuts in a well, the next thing to do is
Bring pumps up to kill rate
Check for leaks
Notify the mud engineer
Get trip tank lined up
Calculate the hydrostatic pressure using the following information: MW=10.2 ppg, TVD=10,500 ft, MD=12,900 ft
6842
5569
4500
7259
What is considered "Primary Well Control" while drilling?
BOP
Mud hydrostatic pressure
Casing
Packer
This is a bonus question, What is your name and who do you work for?
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