Wellsite LMS

This page is a preview of the operator training currently used in the Powder River Basin. The Wellsite platform is used to...

  • Onboard new employees and teach them the basics of operations
  • Upskill employees on both subsurface and surface equipment operations
  • Ensure adherence to CLR specific procedures and policies
Our modules include fundamentals of artificial lift, tank batteries, as well as CLR operating procedures. The training is intended to ensure safe and efficient operations.

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Gas Lift

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Gas lift is typically installed on a well after it can no longer free flow. The primary difference in the downhole equipment between a free flowing and gas lifted well is that the tubing in a gas lift well includes mandrels with gas lift valves. The gas lift valves allow gas to enter the tubing from the casing and lower the density of the fluid column in the tubing.

It is also critical to understand the operation of a typical reciprocating compressor providing the lift gas.
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A separator is a pressure vessel used to separate a well stream into different components. A two-phase separator separates a well stream into gas and liquids. A three-phase separator, also sometimes referred to as a free water knockout (FWKO), separates a well stream into oil, gas, and water.
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Lighting Fired Vessels

Safe operating procedures must be followed when performing high risk tasks such as lighting fired vessels. 

Lighting a heater-treater is a common practice requiring proper isolation of fuel sources, verification that no flammable atmospheres are present, and safe ignition of the fire tube. Below is a sample walkthrough of a lighting procedure
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