This intensive training course in Production Engineering covers the advanced processes of the Petroleum E & P branch, by providing a thorough understanding of Integrated Production Systems, from reservoir to surface.The training starts with a review of the reservoir, wellbore and surface network modelling and then present solutions to couple together the different elements of a production system. The main focus will be on technologies that aid the monitoring and diagnosis of systems performance. In addition, the course teaches how to optimise a production system and maximise the recoverable reserves from a field given the physical constraints dictated by the production system itself and knowing the limitations of current modelling tools.
Understanding the integrated production systems
How to review and screen available input data to set up an integrated production model
Selecting methods to optimise a production system and maximise the recoverable reserves
Who Should Attend?
Anyone involved in production engineering planning
Introduction to integrated production systems
Review of reservoir inflow characterisation
Review of well completions
Review of multiphase flow modelling in wellbores, risers and flowlines
System analysis: linking the reservoir, the near-wellbore, the wellbore and the surface facilities
Flow assurance issues
Review of surface facilities
Liquid unloading in gas wells
Downhole and seabed water separation
Flow measurement and production allocation
Planning short-, medium- and long-term optimisation of field management:
– Water and gas shut-offs
– Debottlenecking of topsides facilities
– Handling transient flow situations in the system
– Issues around the chosen export route
– Offshore vs. onshore scenarios
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