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    Introduction to Reservoir Engineering - (Remote Instructor-Led Series)

    This course will introduce participants to the basics of reservoir engineering. It will cover the role of reservoir engineers in exploration and production. Participants will also learn about fluid and rock properties used in reservoir engineering applications and the fundamental concepts of fluid flow in porous media. Multiphase situations, types of oil and gas reservoirs, reservoir drive mechanisms, the basics of material balance and decline curve analysis, and reserve definitions will also be discussed

    Reservoir Engineering Basics 

    • Overview of Reservoir Engineering
    • Reservoir life cycle
    • Reservoir formation properties
    • Identification of fluid contacts and pressure gradients

    Reservoir Conditions 

    • Fundamentals of reservoir fluids phase behavior
    • Darcy’s Law and fundamentals of fluid flow in porous media

    Understanding Reservoir and its Production Capacity

    • Principles of Well Testing in reservoir characterization
    • Oil and Gas Well Inflow Performance Analysis

    Reservoir Drive 

    • Reservoir Drive Mechanisms
    • Principles of Material Balance Analysis
    • Immiscible displacement concepts

    Reserves

    • Definition of Reserves and Volume Estimation Methods
    • Decline Curves Analysis

    Individuals who are training to become engineers, geologists, or geophysicists.

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