This course is designed to teach Participants how to create and follow through on a field development plan that entails optimal recovery, despite the risk associated with the prospect. Importance is placed on rock, log and test data to distinguish reservoir and non-reservoir rock properties.
At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:
- interprete Rock data to identify reservoir rock, non-reservoir rock, and estimate field reserves through the life of a field and learn how to delineate various types of logs such as Micro resistivity logs, Cement bond logs, Gamma ray logs, Spectral gamma ray logs, Density logging, Open hole caliper logs;
- characterize reservoir rocks by productivity and construction of geologic models using data read from logs and seismic analysis; and
- create a development plan from reserves classification and depositional environment to optimize development, create a field development plan and use basic economics techniques appraise, judge and access the potential quality and returns on multiple development plans.
Reservoir and Exploration/Subsurface Geologists; Geophysicists; Petro physicists; Log Analysts & Petroleum Engineers.
|Day 1 - Characteristics that impact field development, Determining recoverable hydrocarbons, Reservoir fluid properties, Influence of capillarity reservoirs.|
|Day 2 - Volumetric reserve estimation and calculation, Stratigraphic influence on production, Controls on reservoir rock, barriers, and hydrocarbon distribution, Describing reservoir rock in carbonate and clastic rocks, Determining recoverable hydrocarbons.|
|Day 3 - The impact of drive mechanism, Seismic applications, Development drilling: optimizing hydrocarbon recovery, Economic impact on field development and subdividing the reservoir into individual working units.|
|Day 4 - Reservoir pore space configurations, Building a static reservoir model using deterministic and stochastic techniques, Key factors affecting the development of fractured reservoirs.|
|Day 5 - Impact on barriers on field development, Secondary and tertiary field development, Rejuvenating old marginal fields|
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