Petroleum Engineering

Audience

Reservoir or petroleum engineers with a few years practical experience.

Content

• Reservoir drive mechanisms
• Reservoir fluid distribution
• Reservoir decline characteristics
• Fundamentals of fluid flow in porous media
• Vertical lift performance
• Nodal analysis
• Completion design
• Artificial lift selection and design
• Gas well deliquification
• Perforating practices
• Hydraulic fracturing

Learning Objectives

• Understand basic principles including nodal analysis, vertical lift performance and flow through porous media
• Understand basic reservoir engineering concept that can effect well performance
• Different types of well architecture and design
• Basic understanding of stress analysis and its application for casing design
• Study production enhancement techniques including artificial lift, stimulation including acidizing and hydraulic fracture
• Develop concepts of perforations
• Review of different artificial lift mechanisms including ESP, gas lift and jet pump

Duration

5 Days

Number of Participants

20

Prerequisites

None

Course Format

Classroom exercises and presentations

Audience

Reservoir or petroleum engineers with a few years practical experience.

Content

• Reservoir drive mechanisms



• Reservoir fluid distribution



• Reservoir decline characteristics



• Fundamentals of fluid flow in porous media



• Vertical lift performance



• Nodal analysis



• Completion design



• Artificial lift selection and design



• Gas well deliquification



• Perforating practices



• Hydraulic fracturing

Learning Objectives

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Duration

5 Days

Number of Participants

20

Prerequisites

None

Software Used

Course Format

Classroom exercises and presentations

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