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Drilling and Well Control Simulators

Drilling Systems' DrillSIM simulators meet and exceed IADC and IWCF standards offering the ultimate industry standard in drilling and well control training. Our models range from portable and full-size conventional drilling and well control simulators to advanced cyberbase models with bespoke options for specific customer requirements.

Portable drilling and well control simulators

On The Rig (OTR) Receives IWCF Accreditation

On The Rig (OTR)

Real-time drilling, well control and crane training.

DrillSIM 5 drilling and well control simulation software on five computer screens in a classroom environment

DrillSIM:5

Software-based drilling and well control training.

DrillSIM:20 drilling and well control simulator choke panels

DrillSIM:20

Cost effective hands-on well control training.

DrillSIM:Educator screens in a classroom

DrillSIM:Educator

A cutting-edge teaching tool for the classroom.

DrillSIM:50 drilling and well control simulator consoles with transparent background

DrillSIM:50

Regulatory drilling and well control training.

Full-size drilling and well control simulators

FEATURES

Equipment and operational malfunctions included in drilling and well control simulators

  • Hoisting system malfunctions – motor failure, IBOP leaks, erratic torque etc
  • Rig equipment malfunctions – bumps, blowout preventer (BOP) leader, accumulators
  • Choke malfunctions – chock plugging, seizure and washouts
  • Pressure problems – wellhead leaks, manifold valve leaks

Additional functionality of drilling and well control simulators

  • BOP landing and lower marine riser package (LMRP) disconnect
  • Drilling alarms – general, abandon, gas
  • Subsea BOP pressure and temperature monitoring
  • Tide effects on riser
  • Heave, roll and pitch weather effects on mud tanks

"We have heavily invested in our simulator facility to ensure workers in the oil and gas industry are trained to the highest possible standards and are fully competent to cope with the challenges of working in the field.”

Jørgen Eriksen, Head of Petroleum, Fagskolen