Oil & Gas Training
and Competency Development

Location Gatwick , United Kingdom
Start10 May 2018
End10 May 2018
Time Zone GMT+00:00, GMT (London)
Discipline Reservoir Engineering
LevelSkill
Duration1 Day
Time8 Hrs (09:00 AM - 05:00 PM)
CostUSD 875.00
Delivery Mechanism Virtual Classroom



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Well and Group Control techniques in Reservoir Simulation

Well and Group Control Techniques in Reservoir Simulation course is a VILT (virtual instructor led training) course delivered in real time. The coursed is designed for 4 hour sessions over a day period and is delivered using WebEx platform. The course content is structured to incorporate passive and active learning approaches to achieve unrivaled virtual training experience.

The focus of this course is to provide the required skills and different techniques to control well and group production in the flow simulation using Petrel Reservoir Engineering workflow tools.

It is designed to provide the attendees with knowledge and software skills for well and group control in reservoir simulation using the available techniques (Guide Rates and Priority) in our software technology. Different practical approaches used to optimize recovery such as penalizing wells that suffer from high water or gas production is demonstrated in the exercise sessions. The incorporation of workover procedures, from basic methods to advanced setting of a drilling queue to maintain production rates is also covered in the learning content.

Injection strategies and the available methods (reinjection, voidage replacement, and region pressure control) are, as well covered and how they can be combined to achieve effective pressure maintenance under the injection of both gas and water phases.

After completion of this course, the attendees will learn how to:

  • Create multi-level group hierarchy definitions for wells at field and group control level
  • Control different production/ injection schemes at group control
  • Differentiate between prioritization and guide rate control

Overall, this course is structured in with relevant lessons and exercises to help practice the lessons learned.

To effectively participate in the training, each attendee will required the following:

  1. Computer
  2. USB Headset
  3. Video Capabilities (720HD)
  4. Internet Access
  5. MS Office
  6. Petrel and ECLIPSE Software 
  • Agenda
  • Topics
  • Audience
  • Prerequisites
  • Agenda

    Day 1

    Session 1 (2 hours)

    1. Well Controls     

                - Well targets and limits      

                 - Economic limits

     This session covers the descriptions of well targets and limit and aslo how to implement in the ECLIPSE simulator using Development strategy tool in Petrel.

    2.  Group Production Strategies      

                 - Guide Rate strategy       

                  - Prioritization strategy

    Details explanation and applications of guide rate and prioritization strategies are coverd in this session with hand-on exercises.

    Session 2 ( 2 hours) 

    3. Workovers and interventions     

                  - Common workovers      

                  - Drilling queues

    4. Group injection strategies       

                 - Control techniques (reinjection, voidage replacement, region pressure control)

                 - Effective pressure maintenance using different injection strategies.

  • Topics

    • Well Controls     

                - Well targets and limits      

                 - Economic limits

    •      Group Production Strategies      

                 - Guide Rate strategy       

                  - Prioritization strategy

    •    Workovers and interventions     

                  - Common workovers      

                  - Drilling queues

    •    Group injection strategies       

                 - Control techniques (reinjection, voidage replacement, region pressure control)

                 - Effective pressure maintenance using different injection strategies.
     

  • Audience

    Reservoir Engineers involved in reservoir appraisal and field development projects and any E&P professional who are interested in learning how to control wells in reservoir simulation using the ECLIPSE and Petrel software.

  • Prerequisites

    To successfully complete this course, the prospective attendee must knowledgeable on numerical reservoir simulation using ECLIPSE Blackoil software or its equivalent.

  • Prerequisites

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