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NExT offers practical field development plan (FDP) training that accelerates and transforms technical skills. It builds expertise in FDP techniques, tools and workflows that are needed to address the challenges of field developments.
This training is unique because it includes theory, software training, model building, workflows, and an in-class project designed to reinforce lessons and demonstrate the acquired practical skills and understanding.
The immersive, comprehensive curriculum starts from general understanding and extends to in-depth field assessment with economics, risk, and standard analysis techniques that provide a complete understanding of FDP.
Field development is becoming much more complex and expensive, so getting it right is critical. This program incorporates the latest technologies and software to enable customers to design a suitable, long-term, and profitable development strategy.
Program orientation and Introduction to FDP
This one day introduction will provide the participants with an opportunity to learn the fundamental approaches in constructing a Field Development Plan (FDP). The workflow that is required for initial development plan followed by updates with changing reservoir conditions will also be introduced. This may include introducing secondary and tertiary developments to improve recovery factors. Participants will also be exposed to the importance of reservoir monitoring and the need for updating the reservoir development with the changing reservoir conditionsDay 2
Understand/Build Static Model
For the next five days participants will study what information is required to build a Geological Static Model, such as Petroleum Geology, Subsurface Mapping, Petrophysical Analysis and Geostatistics. The participants will be provided with the initial data, which they will use in a hands on practical approach to build the static model via Petrel. At the end of this module a generic static model using the same data will be distributed for future work.Day 3
Understand/Build Static Model (Continued)Day 4
Understand/Build Static Model (Continued)Day 5
Understand/Build Static Model (Continued)Day 6
Understand/Build Static Model (Continued)Day 7
Participants will study what information is required to build a Geological Static Model, such as Petroleum Geology, Subsurface Mapping, Petrophysical Analysis and Geostatistics. The participants will be provided with the initial data, which they will use in a hands on practical approach to build the static model via Petrel. At the end of this module a generic static model using the same data will be distributed for future work.Day 8
Fluid Properties and Phase Behavior
After instruction on PVT properties and phase behavior; PVT data on fluid properties and phase behavior will be reviewed and analyzed. The outcome of this workshop will be the necessary information for dynamic model preparation.Day 9
Well Test Analysis
Well Test analysis methods will be taught and discussed during the first day. During the workshop on second day the participants will analyze well tests from the selected wells which are under investigation. The main outcome of this workshop will be the reservoir pressure, drainage area boundaries, production capacities of each well bore, formation damage information and the information regarding the type of porous system.Day 10
Well Test Analysis (Continued)Day 11
3D Reservoir Modeling and Upscaling
The main target is to start the development of the dynamic model of the reservoir under investigation. During this workshop, participants will work on 3D Reservoir Modeling and Upscaling.Day 12
Reservoir Model Calibration/History Matching
Within this 2 days module the participants will finalize the development of the dynamic model for the reservoir under investigation. During this workshop Reservoir Model Calibration/History Matching will be carried out. At the end of this module a generic Dynamic model using the same data will be distributed for future work.Day 13
Reservoir Model Calibration/History Matching (Continued)Day 14
Well Placement and Production Optimizations
The goal of this workshop is first a)to introduce the concept of geological well placement (geosteering) and provide knowledge of the processes and techniques that can be used to successfully place high angle and horizontal wells using geological and petrophysical data in real-time during drilling, b)and provide the knowledge on integrated subsurface–surface production optimization. The participant then will apply this knowledge to their field under investigation. Output will be the possible new well locations and the expected optimum production rates to be used in the next module of Development scenarios.Day 15
During this 3 days workshop three different Field Development Scenarios will be prepared and worked on by different teams. The predicted production profiles will be the main target of the workshop.Day 16
Development Scenarios (Continued)
Development Scenarios (Continued)Day 18
Financial Analysis of the Development Scenarios
Economical analysis of the development scenarios will be carried out for management presentations.Day 19
Report Documentation, final presentations showing added value and productsDay 20
Report Documentation, final presentations showing added value and products (Continued)
This program is designed for multi-disciplinary asset teams of operating companies comprising of engineers, geoscientists, and managers who are involved in or will be involved in developing hydrocarbon resources
Engineering or Geoscience background
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