Reservoir Engineering for Non-Reservoir Engineers

In Vienna (Austria)

£ 2,987 + VAT

*Indicative price

Original amount in EUR:

3,300 €

Description

  • Typology

    Course

  • Level

    Beginner

  • Location

    Vienna (Austria)

  • Class hours

    35h

  • Duration

    5 Days

Description

The objective of reservoir engineering is to optimise hydrocarbon recovery. This course will introduce basic reservoir engineering concepts and methods to enable cross-disciplinary exchange of ideas and experience. The course will help to understand questions crucial to the reservoir engineer: How much oil & gas is there (accumulation)? How much can be recovered (reserves)? How fast can it be recovered (rate)? The participants will also work practical problems to ensure a thorough understanding of the principles and procedures.
Suitable for: This course is aimed at geoscientists, engineers and managers with little or no reservoir engineering background. It is intended to provide an introductory course in the field of basic reservoir engineering.

Facilities

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Vienna (Austria)
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COURSE DESCRIPTION This course introduces basic reservoir engineering concepts and methods to enable cross-disciplinary exchange of ideas and experience. It provides the required input to help you understand questions crucial to the reservoir engineer: How much oil & gas is there (accumulation)? How much can be recovered (reserves)? How fast can it be recovered (rate)? HOW WE BUILD YOUR CONFIDENCE - Theoretical concepts illustrated during individual sessions are accompanied by working on practical problems to ensure a thorough understanding of the principles and procedures - Hands-on experience by solving classical reservoir engineering tasks on PC THE BENEFITS OF ATTENDING By the end of the course you will feel confident in your understanding of: - Single- and multi-phase fluid flow through porous media - Fluid phase properties during hydrocarbon recovery - Reservoir engineering concepts and terminology - How recovery factors and reserves are being estimated and predicted - Typical assumptions and simplifications required to predict reservoir performance

DESIGNED FOR YOU, IF YOU ARE... - A geoscientist or engineer with little or no reservoir engineering experience

CUSTOMER FEEDBACK: "Very well structured course using examples to illustrate the different methods, solution-oriented; understandable also if you have not been working a lot with Reservoir Engineering before." - Petrophysicist at RAG "Dr. Ganzer delivered the course content in a perfect pace. Everything was easy to understand and will be helpful in my job." - Geologist at Wintershall "The instructor's way to present is outstandingly good. His ability to explain things and answer questions is simply excellent. The organisation of topics is very good and the content is excellently fitting to the title and subject of the course." - Petrophysicist at OMV

We look forward to hearing from you and endeavour to respond to your inquiry as quickly as possible! ** Please note that this session is CONFIRMED to take place as scheduled! **

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Subjects

  • Oil and Gas
  • Reservoir Engineering
  • Oil Recovery
  • Reservoir Performance Prediction
  • Oil Recovery Factors
  • Hydrocarbon Recovery
  • Phase Behaviour
  • Transient Well Test Analysis
  • Decline Curve Analysis
  • Reserves Classification
  • Rock Properties
  • Fluid Properties
  • Equation of State

Teachers and trainers (1)

Leonhard Ganzer

Leonhard Ganzer

Instructor

Course programme

OUTLINE

  • Introduction to the physics of petroleum reservoirs
  • Fluid properties in reservoir engineering - fluid types, phase behaviour, correlations, equations of state
  • Fundamental rock properties - porosity, wettability, capillary pressure, permeability, relative permeability and other concepts
  • Evaluation and recovery of oil and gas reserves - classification of reserves, recovery factors, volumetrics of oil and gas reservoirs
  • Material balance calculations
  • Oil-water displacement - mobility ratio, Buckley-Leverett, displacement efficiency
  • Well performance
  • Introduction to transient well test analysis
  • Decline curve analysis


** Please note that this session is CONFIRMED to take place as scheduled! **

Additional information

Course Date: 5-9 August 2019
Course Duration:
5 days
Course Location:
Vienna, Austria
Course Fee:
3300 EUR + VAT
Computer Fee: 250 EUR + VAT

Applicable VAT will be added.

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Reservoir Engineering for Non-Reservoir Engineers

£ 2,987 + VAT

*Indicative price

Original amount in EUR:

3,300 €