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Applied Reservoir Engineering Course

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1 06 - 08 Nov 2019 Bali Register

OVERVIEW

The introducing of key principles of fluid flow, water influx, and advanced recovery (including hydro fracturing). Throughout, they present field examples demonstrating the use of material balance and history matching to predict reservoir performance. For the first time, this training relies on Microsoft Excel with VBA to make calculations easier and more intuitive. Proficiency in using Microsoft Excel to perform calculations and make graphs is desirable. Reservoir engineering is also presented in the context of a modern, multi-disciplinary team effort using supporting computer technology. An extensive manual and set of references are included.

 

OBJECTIVES

By the end of this training course, participants will be able to:

  • Understand the process of oil and gas reservoirs, with a simple description of geophysical prospecting and geological exploration, including the analysis of the mechanisms involved in the oil and gas reservoir.
  • Understand the basic principles of calculation of reservoir oil, gas and the development of the implementation of production optimization for improved performance and field production wells.
  • Conduct a simple diagnosis and understand the implementation reserves calculation and performance prediction of oil and gas reservoirs.
  • Make a simple analysis of the data for the reservoir rock and fluid performance calculation and forecasting and planning its development.
  • Using knowledge of optimization for applications in the way of an increase in the acquisition of petroleum reservoirs, along with the basics of simulation.

 

TARGET PARTICIPANTS

  • Engineers or geoscientists who will occupy the position of reservoir engineer
  • Any othe techically trained individual who dessires a more in-depth foundation of reservoir engineering
  • Engineering and Reservoir Engineering for other Disciplines cources

 

COURSE CONTENTS

  • INTRODUCTION
    • Objectives
    • Units and Convertion Factor
    • Basic Definitions
    • Recovery Phases
  • ROCK PROPERTIES
    • Basic Rock Properties
    • Relative Permeability
    • Capillary Pressure
  • KEY GEOLOGIC DATA
    • Reliable Geologic Models
    • Shale and Clay
    • Heterogeneity and Anisotropy
    • Natural Fracture
  • FLUID PROPERTIES
    • Basic Fluid Properties
    • Reliability of Fluid Properties
    • Types of Oil and Gas Reservoir
  • RESERVOIR VOLUMETRIC AND RECOVERY FACTORS
    • Original Oil in Place
    • Definition of Recovery Factor
    • Mobility Ratio in Displacement
  • FLUID FLOW CONCEPT IN OIL AND GAS RESERVOIRS
    • Natural of Reservoir Flow
    • Fluid Flow for Steady State System
    • Fluid Flow for Transient Flow
    • Additional Equations in Reservoir Flow
  • SOME APPLICATIONS OF FLUID FLOW EQUATIONS
    • Productivity Index
    • Well Test Analysis
    • Water Influx From Aquifers
    • Frontal Advance Theory
  • MATERIAL BALANCE FOR VARIOUS RESERVOIR TYPES
    • Natural Drive Mechanism
    • Material Balance Equations for Oil and Gas Reservoirs
  • RESERVOIR PERFORMANCE IN PRIMARY RECOVERY
    • Performance Prediction Using Material Balance Equations
    • Performance Prediction from Decline Curve Analysis
    • Statistical Methods for Performance Predictions
  • RESERVOIR SIMULATION
    • Simulation Input Data
    • Elements of Simulation Study
    • General Concept
    • Selecting Simulation Elements and Simulation Grids