This course is a presentation of the fundamentals of reservoir description and reservoir engineering. Reservoir engineering principles are applied to diagnose and calculate oil and gas volumes, reserves and future performances. Methods account for the effect of formation damage on well producing rates and future performance are developed. Material balance analysis methods for determining performance and drive indices are developed and discussed. Example problems are discussed to illustrate the solution procedure and a class problem is worked during the course.
Benefits of Attending this Workshop
By attending this course, you will be able to know:
How to Map and Calculate reservoir volumes and pressures and the utility of these techniques
How to use pressure-production information to Evaluate the reserves potential from oil and gas reservoirs and estimation of future performance
How to Collect and Analyze the data needed
How to Characterize reservoirs by fluid type and drive mechanisms
How to Understand fundamentals of fluid flow in porous media
How to Understand the basics of enhanced oil recovery
Who Should Attend
Engineers from other disciplines working in the Oil and Gas industry, such as geologists, production engineers and managers, or fresh graduates.