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Based on data coming from a material balance or the own production of a well, it is possible to predict the future production behavior of a well as a function of time and decide the proper selection of design variables such as tubing sizes for example, or make the decision to install or not any particular artificial lift system. Unlike a conventional nodal analysis, all decisions from a sensitivity analysis is carried out and planned in the future considering the reservoir pressure changes that happens with time.
Solutions of the Diffusivity Equation: Transient; Semi Steady State and Steady State ConditionsDay 2
Production System Analysis
Well Performance Equations for Oil Wells
Well Performance Equations for Gas Wells
Predicting Future IPR´s for Oil Wells
Well Completion Effects: Skin Effect S and Flow Efficiency FEDay 3
Multiphase Flow Analysis
Sensitivity Analysis Using Conventional Nodal Technique
Forecast of the Well Performance
Decline Curve AnalysisDay 4
Types of Decline Curve Analysis: Conventional Decline Curves and Advanced Decline Curves
Forecast of Well ProductionDay 5
Design the Suitable Production System According to Production Engineers: Predicting Production Strategies as a Function of Time and Forecast for Analysis of Multiwell Production Systems
Production and reservoir engineers, engineers with basic knowledge in this area, among other, involved in the monitoring and performance of oil and gas wells.
Participants should be familiar with basic Production Engineering, have some field experience in Production and basic knowledge of artificial lift systems. Basic understanding of well completions and operations.
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