This course that is designed to provide the participants with a solid understanding of reservoir engineering and associated modern theories in order to manage and maximize hydrocarbon recovery. Hands-on examples and exercises are used throughout the course to help participants with understanding key performance concepts.
Calculate hydrocarbons initially in place using several methods
Determine the parameters that impact well/reservoir performance over time
Analyze well tests using standard well testing principles and techniques
Determine critical properties of reservoir rocks Fluid (oil, water, and gas)
Assess reservoir performance with dynamic techniques
Determine reservoir drive mechanisms for both Oil and Gas reservoirs
Apply oil and gas field development planning principles
Who Should Attend?
Process operations professionals.
Petroleum & chemical professionals
Oil & Gas Treatment technicians.
Those who are interested in the field
Basic Phase Behavior of Hydrocarbon Systems
Capillary Pressure and Fluid Distributions
Two and Three Relative Permeability
Normalization of Relative Permeability
Relative Permeability Upscaling
Fluid Flow Equations
Principles of Superposition
Transient Well Testing
Fundamentals of Reservoir Fluid Flow
Water and Gas Coning
Vertical Oil Well Performance
Horizontal Oil Well Performance
Vertical Gas Well Performance
Horizontal Gas Well Performance
Decline Curve Analysis
Type Curve Analysis
Recognition of Natural Water Influx
Water Influx Models
Gas Recovery Mechanisms and Material Balance Equation
Oil Recovery Mechanisms and Material Balance Equation
Principles of Waterflooding
Introduction to Enhanced Oil Recovery Methods
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