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In this course an oil well simulator is used to explain many operations that take place in a real well. This course / workshop consists of theoretical (50%) and practical (50%) sessions with experienced professionals.
The participants will simulate the operation of different artificial lift systems used to produce oil (Electric Submersible Pumps, Gas Lift, Progressive Cavity Pumps) under several operating conditions and its effect on the production system. Water and air are used to simulate two-phase flow (oil and gas).
The standard configuration of the Oil Well Simulator uses an Electric Submersible Pump with a Variable Speed Drive allowing the variation of the pump speed (RPM). This feature is used to optimize production and well performance. A "Work–Over" can be performed by changing the artificial lift system from ESP to Gas Lift.
The configuration of the Oil Well Lab allows the visualization of the reservoir, wellbore, flow lines, choke performance and most common artificial lift systems. Additionally, the effect of damage removal, pump speed, gas injection rates and down hole pressure can be analyzed to generate optimization opportunities.
"The Oil Well Laboratory, used in this course, is a physical simulator designed to enhance the learning process. The apparatus is an "oil" well physical simulator of a small scale. It uses water and air in place of oil and gas, allowing to perform and demonstrate most of the normal operations in a real well."
Technicians, Supervisors or Engineers with little or no prior knowledge of oil well operations.
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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