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Introduction and PVT Characterization
In day one, the course will cover the definition and identification methodologies of key flow impediments like fluid PVT characteristics, asphaltenes, waxes, hydrates, scales, naphthanates, emulsions, corrosions, erosions and sands in various challenging environment. The participants will then be exposed to technologies in capturing representative fluid samplesDay 2
Laboratory Solids Characterization
In day two, the course will cover current measurement methodologies of reservoir fluid compositions and PVT and po-tential production impediments like solid asphaltenes, paraffin waxes, hydrates and inorganic scalesDay 3
Integration Concepts and Field Example of Management Approaches
In day three, participants will be exposed to fluid flow and heat transfer concepts and their relationship in precipitation of organic and inorganic solids. Consequently, the course will demonstrate the value of a systematic and holistic flow assurance integrated program for production systems and operations, using case studies from various field locations around the globeDay 4
Multiphase Flow Modeling
In day four, participants will be exposed to in-depth multiphase production hydraulics and thermal issues; they will be introduced to OLGA topology and basic assumptions. They will then be exposed to leading fluid modelling software with terrain slugging mitigation, hydrodynamic slugging and OLGA SlugtrackingDay 5
Transient Simulation and Field Examples
In day five, the course will cover more in-depth shut-in, cool-down, start-up and depressurization of a well-flowline-riser configuration; then they will be exposed to building a simulation model with minimum information; Finally, develop gas condensate pipeline-modeling - characteristic steady state behavior, pigging, turndown, ramp-up, three-phase flow.
This course is intended for engineers and chemists in the upstream and downstream segments of the petroleum industry. This course will also provide department, asset and technology managers with an appreciation of the risks, challenges and solutions for free flowing hydrocarbon product
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