The course aims to provide the practical application of Well Test Theory to the solution of real well testing problems. Participants will be introduced to a systematic approach to Well Test Analysis. Numerous data sets with non-ideal behavior will be reviewed and analyzed to allow participants to gain experience with real world problems.
– Types of well tests – Well test in ideal and non-ideal system – Concept of permeability, wellbore skin and wellbore storage – Semi-log analysis – Type curve – Superposition and Horner plot – Average wellbore pressure derivative curve – Pressure buildup test and Interference and pulse test and Drawdown test – Reservoir boundary – Well Test design – Well deliver ability and performance
Engineers and geoscientists who want to understand Well Testing principles and interpretation techniques to design, analyze, report, evaluate results and intelligently participate in the well testing process. Previous experience in well testing, production operations and reservoir engineering is helpful.
The course aims to provide fundamental knowledge of reservoir rock and fluid properties, drive mechanism, different methods of reserve estimation, reservoir performance, evaluation of reservoir properties via well test analysis, different oil and gas recovery techniques, and file development strategy.
– Reservoir rock and fluid properties – Reservoir type and drive mechanism – Volumetric reserve estimation – Material balance calculation – Decline curve analysis – Fluid flow in porous media – Inflow performance – Introduction to well testing – Immiscible displacement – Enhanced oil recovery – Field development strategy
Engineers or geoscientists who wish to develop a better understanding of the applications and limitations of reservoir engineering or anyone planning or considering reservoir engineering posting.
The course aims to provide an application of the principles of reservoir engineering to numerical modeling. It stresses preparing the data that is input into a simulator, and running and analyzing several types of field cases. You will analyze past reservoir behavior and predict future performance for further field development plan. Also you will apply reservoir engineering principles to black oil and dry gas reservoir problems that are better solved with simulation techniques.
– Principle, type and element of reservoir simulation – Preparation of input data and data screening – Up scaling from geological to simulation model – Fundamental of 3D reservoir modeling – Model construction – Compositional model – Single, pattern and full-field model – Local grid refinement – Defining initial condition – History matching – Prediction scenario – Development planning with simulation
Experienced engineers and geoscientists who have a solid background of reservoir engineering principles and plan to carry out or review reservoir simulation studies
The course aims to provide details in an inter-disciplinary synergistic approach to efficient reservoir management with the goal of optimized hydrocarbon recovery and return on investment. The significance of each component and the importance of timing and cost/benefit analysis are emphasized. Reservoir management models for optimum field development and field operating plans are analyzed. This course will also promote the use of advanced petroleum engineering methods and techniques for the monitoring, modeling and management of reservoirs.
– Definition and principle of reservoir management – Reservoir monitoring and integrated reservoir performance analysis – Productivity improvement – selection of well treatment candidate – Flow Performance – Drilling Operations – Production Techniques – Petroleum Economic – Timing of field implementation of reservoir management plan – Feasibility of redevelopment and incremental project – Syndicate Exercise
Experienced petroleum engineer, field engineer and operation staff who are involved in reservoir management.
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