Integrated Carbonate Reservoir Characterization - ICR

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In San Francisco (USA)

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    San francisco (USA)

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Basic well completion design, practices, and strategies; Well quality and integrity; Safety aspects of well design; Packer selection and tubing forces; Wellheads/chokes/ subsurface safety valves and flow control equipment; Corrosion and erosion Inflow and tubing performance; Tubing design and selection; Materials selection; Deviated/multiple zone/subsea horizontal/multilateral and hpht completion considerations; Perforating design; Causes and prevention of formation damage; Stimulation design considerations; Sand control; Wireline/coiled tubing/workover rig operations; Snubbing

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San Francisco (USA)
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333 Bush Street, Suite 2400, 94104

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Training Course Content

Basic well completion design, practices, and strategies; Well quality and integrity; Safety aspects of well design; Packer selection and tubing forces; Wellheads/chokes/ subsurface safety valves and flow control equipment; Corrosion and erosion Inflow and tubing performance; Tubing design and selection; Materials selection; Deviated/multiple zone/subsea horizontal/multilateral and hpht completion considerations; Perforating design; Causes and prevention of formation damage; Stimulation design considerations; Sand control; Wireline/coiled tubing/workover rig operations; Snubbing

Overview of flow assurance; PVT analysis and fluid properties; Steady state and transient multiphase flow modeling; Hydrate, paraffin and asphaltene control; Corrosion, erosion and sand control; Fluid property and phase behavior modeling; Equations of state; Fugacity and equilibrium; Viscosities of oils; Thermal modeling; Multiphase pressure boosting; Slugging: hydrodynamic, terrain induced & ramp up; Commissioning, start-up, and shutdown operations

Why Opportunities Emerge: nature of reserves growth; operating practices and their effect on new opportunities; the contribution of evolving technology; Recognizing Opportunities: reservoir characteristics and production performance indicative of new opportunities, unraveling limited data, linking operator practices to new opportunities; Reserves versus Upside Potential: review of reserve classification, risk assessment, value of new information, data quality control and integration; Reservoir Heterogeneity & New Opportunities: categories of heterogeneity and their implications for new opportunities, reservoir compartmentalization, application of 3D seismic in "old fields", identification of "net pay", fractured reservoirs; Exploitation Opportunities: reservoir enhancement through fluid injection, redevelopment of mature waterfloods, infill drilling, its utility, application, and value; horizontal and multilateral wells including their use in displacement projects, re-completions in stratified reservoirs, de-bottlenecking gathering systems, produced water management, co-production of water for improved recovery

Basic well completion design, practices, and strategies; Well quality and integrity; Safety aspects of well design; Packer selection and tubing forces; Wellheads/chokes/ subsurface safety valves and flow control equipment; Corrosion and erosion Inflow and tubing performance; Tubing design and selection; Materials selection; Deviated/multiple zone/subsea horizontal/multilateral and hpht completion considerations; Perforating design; Causes and prevention of formation damage; Stimulation design considerations; Sand control; Wireline/coiled tubing/workover rig operations; Snubbing

Overview of flow assurance; PVT analysis and fluid properties; Steady state and transient multiphase flow modeling; Hydrate, paraffin and asphaltene control; Corrosion, erosion and sand control; Fluid property and phase behavior modeling; Equations of state; Fugacity and equilibrium; Viscosities of oils; Thermal modeling; Multiphase pressure boosting; Slugging: hydrodynamic, terrain induced & ramp up; Commissioning, start-up, and shutdown operations

Why Opportunities Emerge: nature of reserves growth; operating practices and their effect on new opportunities; the contribution of evolving technology; Recognizing Opportunities: reservoir characteristics and production performance indicative of new opportunities, unraveling limited data, linking operator practices to new opportunities; Reserves versus Upside Potential: review of reserve classification, risk assessment, value of new information, data quality control and integration; Reservoir Heterogeneity & New Opportunities: categories of heterogeneity and their implications for new opportunities, reservoir compartmentalization, application of 3D seismic in "old fields", identification of "net pay", fractured reservoirs; Exploitation Opportunities: reservoir enhancement through fluid injection, redevelopment of mature waterfloods, infill drilling, its utility, application, and value; horizontal and multilateral wells including their use in displacement projects, re-completions in stratified reservoirs, de-bottlenecking gathering systems, produced water management, co-production of water for improved recovery

Basic well completion design, practices, and strategies; Well quality and integrity; Safety aspects of well design; Packer selection and tubing forces; Wellheads/chokes/ subsurface safety valves and flow control equipment; Corrosion and erosion Inflow and tubing performance; Tubing design and selection; Materials selection; Deviated/multiple zone/subsea horizontal/multilateral and hpht completion considerations; Perforating design; Causes and prevention of formation damage; Stimulation design considerations; Sand control; Wireline/coiled tubing/workover rig operations; Snubbing

Overview of flow assurance; PVT analysis and fluid properties; Steady state and transient multiphase flow modeling; Hydrate, paraffin and asphaltene control; Corrosion, erosion and sand control; Fluid property and phase behavior modeling; Equations of state; Fugacity and equilibrium; Viscosities of oils; Thermal modeling; Multiphase pressure boosting; Slugging: hydrodynamic, terrain induced & ramp up; Commissioning, start-up, and shutdown operations

Why Opportunities Emerge: nature of reserves growth; operating practices and their effect on new opportunities; the contribution of evolving technology; Recognizing Opportunities: reservoir characteristics and production performance indicative of new opportunities, unraveling limited data, linking operator practices to new opportunities; Reserves versus Upside Potential: review of reserve classification, risk assessment, value of new information, data quality control and integration; Reservoir Heterogeneity & New Opportunities: categories of heterogeneity and their implications for new opportunities, reservoir compartmentalization, application of 3D seismic in "old fields", identification of "net pay", fractured reservoirs; Exploitation Opportunities: reservoir enhancement through fluid injection, redevelopment of mature waterfloods, infill drilling, its utility, application, and value; horizontal and multilateral wells including their use in displacement projects, re-completions in stratified reservoirs, de-bottlenecking gathering systems, produced water management, co-production of water for improved recovery

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