Fundamentals of Reservoir Engineering - PEICE

Venue: Houston

Location: Houston, Texas, United States

Event Date/Time: Mar 14, 2011 End Date/Time: Mar 18, 2011
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This five-day course is designed for technical professionals and will introduce the participants to the fundamental aspects of reservoir engineering. Theoretical concepts coupled with numerous practical case histories are presented to assist reservoir and exploitation engineers in their primary functions - the determination of oil and gas reserves and the maximization of hydrocarbon recovery under primary, secondary, and tertiary schemes. Field development of non-conventional gas reservoirs such as, coalbed methane (CBM) and tight gas reservoirs will also be covered. The applications of horizontal well, planning and some of new technologies will be reviewed. The session will include a number of relevant class problems and examples.

A complete set of course materials and lunches are included.



Petroleum Geology

Rock and Fluid Properties

Reservoir Drive Mechanisms

Reserves Determination

Deterministic (Volumetric & Material Balance) and Probabilistic Techniques

Production Forecast using Decline Analysis Empirical methods

Non-Conventional Gas Reservoirs

Flow in Porous Media

Well Test Design, planning and Analysis

Fluid coning and Water Influx

Secondary and Tertiary Recovery Schemes

Waterflooding: Planning, Predicting Oil Recovery and Performance Monitoring

Horizontal Well Applications


Additional Information

Delivery Method: Classroom Training
Fee: $ 3195 USD
Early Bird Fee: $ 2,875.50 USD Enroll prior to Jan 28, 2011, nonrefundable
Location Houston, TX