Well & Reservoir Management Training courses

The well and reservoir surveillance is an essential key to successful reservoir development and implementation of any additional production enhancement project is a well-planned and well-executed program of surveillance and monitoring. Our program will be tailored to address individual projects or fields because each reservoir under primary development or under waterflood/miscibleflood has different characteristics. There are, however, some basic elements that should be common to all surveillance programs. In general, three major categories of field conditions must be included in any surveillance program: reservoir conditions, injection/production well-conditions, and facilities/operating conditions. The last and probably the most important element is record keeping/performance control. Of course, there are economic conditions that must be taken into consideration, but for the purpose of these courses, only the technical aspects of a surveillance program will be addressed.
These courses will mainly focus on the framework of the Production Surveillance Processes and methodologies that are mainly and currently used to optimize hydrocarbon production and water or gas injection. These courses will as well illustrate how practical application of surveillance and monitoring principles is a key to understanding reservoir performance and identifying opportunities that will improve ultimate oil recovery.
These courses will be advised production and reservoir engineers and operating personnel with the basic techniques used by asset management teams, such as:

  • 1 - Production technology
    • Well and Surface management strategy (Limitations)
    • Well and Reservoir surveillance workflows
    • Creating Water and Gas Creaming curves (Managing bottlenecking)
    • Applied Production Logging
    • Lifting; Optimization and Design
    • Artificial Lift - GL & pumps

  • 2 - Reservoir Engineering
    • Sub of Second
    • Practical Well Test Interpretation
    • Advanced Well Test Interpretation
    • Fluid Properties & Phase Behavior (PVT)
    • Reservoir Monitoring
    • Reservoir Fluids Characterization
    • Material Balance
    • Reservoir Surveillance – Use of Downhole Gauges
    • Integrated Reservoir Management
    • Basic Reservoir Engineering for Production Operations Staff
    • Fractured Reservoirs
    • Reservoir Engineering Workshop
    • Rock Properties
    • Dynamic Reservoir Simulation
    • Reserves – Forecasting and Type-curves
    • Secondary Recovery Technics
    • Enhanced Oil Recovery Fundamentals
    • Initial Oil and Gas in Place Estimation
    • Chemical EOR Fundamental’s
    • Advanced EOR/IOR
    • Reserves Estimation and Uncertainty