0301 E1 Production 1: Reservoir and production wells


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Personnel wishing to obtain knowledge about reservoir and production technology in order to more
readily communicate with technical professionals with responsibility for reservoir services or
production of oil and gas.
Information Technology staff, secretaries and administrators, technical designers and other technical
personnel, supplying equipment or services, can benefit from attending this course.






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To take into account

After completing the course the student should be able to list various hydrocarbons, and describe the state and phase transitions they undergo. Furthermore they should be able to assess phase diagrams and to determine factors, viscosity and density. They should also be able to calculate the formation volume factor and undertake simple calculations using equations of state.

Introduction courses or relevant professional background.

This web based course is in accordance with the guidelines from the Norwegian Oil Industry Association and covers the official Norwegian syllabus for Technical Collage, Petroleum Technology Faculty. The course is equivalent to 38 hours of standard lectures in this subject.

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What you'll learn on the course

  • Evaluation
  • Personnel
  • Oil and Gas
  • Gas
  • Technology
  • Production
  • Hydrocarbons
  • Gas characteristics
  • Equilibrium quantities
  • Isothermal pressure reduction

Course programme

Course content:

Hydrocarbons, gas and oil

Gas characteristics and phase behaviour

Characterisation of gas and oil

Different phases and Gibbs phase rule

Single-phase systems

Multi-phase systems

Practical aspects of gas production

Equilibrium and characteristic properties

Quantitative description of equilibrium

Equilibrium quantities for isothermal pressure reduction

Condensation in the reservoir

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