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PTDR 6005_Testing, Completion and Production Methods

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Question 1:
The high-pressure, double-wing, Christmas tree diagram component labelled "A" is referred to as:

A - Tubing pressure gauge
B - Master valve
C - Choke
D - Tubing flow valve

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Question 2:
The high-pressure, double-wing, Christmas tree diagram component labelled "E" is referred to as:


A - Tubing pressure gauge
B - Master valve
C - Tubing wing valve
D - Choke

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Question 3:
The high-pressure, double-wing, Christmas tree diagram component labelled "B" is referred to as:


A - Choke
B - Tubing pressure gauge
C - Master valve
D - Tubing flow valve

 

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Question 4:
The high-pressure, double-wing, Christmas tree diagram component labelled "D" is referred to as:

 


A - Master valve
B - Tubing pressure gauge
C - Tubing flow valve
D - Choke

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Question 5:
The purpose of an oil and gas well potential test is:
A - To determine the effect of different flow rates on the pressure within the producing zone
B - To furnish information about the depletion of the producing zone
C - To initially determine a well's fluids and its production potentials
D - To test a well's ability to produce in a 24-hour period under certain fixed conditions
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Question 6:
Naturally occurring well production methods that help produce fluids to the surface include:
A - Water Drive, Gas Cap Drive and Water Flooding
B - Water Drive, Dissolved Gas Drive and Gas Cap Drive
C - Water Drive, Gas Cap Drive and Miscible Flooding
D - Water Drive, Dissolved Gas Drive and Water Flooding
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Question 7:
The purpose of an oil and gas well bottom hole pressure test is to:

A - Determine the effect of different flow rates on the pressure within the producing zone
B - Initially determine a well's fluids and its production potentials
C - Test a well's ability to produce in a 24-hour period under certain fixed conditions
D - Furnish information about the depletion of the producing zone
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Question 8:
The fluid level determination test is most commonly performed on wells which do not flow and which must be assisted to produce by pumping or some other artificial method. This test involves:
A - Lowering a pressure recorder into the well
B - The sound created by a small explosion at the wellhead
C - Providing the results of the test to the regulatory authority
D - Relieving the zone being tested from the pressure of the drilling fluid
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Question 9:
The naturally occurring drive method with the highest efficiency rating as it relates to the drives ability to raise oil to the surface is:
A - Water drive
B - Gas cap drive
C - Dissolved gas drive
D - Enriched gas lift
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Question 10:
The Christmas tree allows:
A - Pumping of substances, such as mud, water or oil for killing the well
B - Flow of oil or gas during normal production
C - Injection of gas, steam or other media under pressure to stimulate production
D - All of the above
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Question 11:
If an oil well does not flow, its potentials can still be determined by the height to which the oil rises in the pipe and by pressure recorders installed within the equipment.

A - True
B - False
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Question 12:
The tubing is run inside the casing from the:

A - Wellhead to the oil or gas formation
B - Wellhead to the casing head
C - Wellhead to the Christmas tree
D - Wellhead to the battery
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Question 13:
Well completion normally involves:
A - Running casing
B - Installing a control head
C - Installing tubing
D - All of the above
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Question 14:
Sand-fracturing is the primary stimulating method that is most commonly used in limestone or dolamite formations.

A - False
B True

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Question 15:
Normally, a wellhead consists of the:

A - Casing shoe, control head, and tubing
B - Casing head, tubing head, and Christmas tree
C - Casing head, Christmas tree, and tubing
D - Casing, control head, and tubing
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Question 16:
The artificial lift method that involves injecting a slug of solvent capable of being mixed with the reservoir oil is:
A - Fire flooding
B - Miscible flooding
C - Steam flooding
D - Water flooding
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Question 17:
Oil and gas well tubing:
A - Facilitates the flow of oil or gas from the reservoir to the surface
B - Prevents corrosion and wear of the casing
C - Is cemented in place
D - Both Facilitates the flow of oil or gas from the reservoir to the surface AND Prevents corrosion and wear of the casing
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Question 18:
The well control head tubing head:
A - Is designed with single or double wings
B - Supports the control valves through which the hydrocarbons are flowing
C - Provides a base for the blowout preventers when drilling
D - Is used to measure the pressure on the tubing
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