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Data Acquisition

Acquire and analyze the necessary data for optimizing reservoir surveillance. Upon completion of this module, the participant should be able to acquire and analyze pressure data, PVT reports, production records, injection records, production tests, fluid sampling, injectivity tests, and other information for the purpose of monitoring reservoir behavior.

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Reservoir Management and Control

Optimize reservoir management and control decisions using surveillance techniques, information systems, technical indicators and financial guidelines. Upon completion of this module, the participant should be able to do the following: manage available resources (e.g., reserves, assets, personnel, budget) in order to maximize hydrocarbon reserves and minimize recovery cost and make appropriate reservoir management and control decisions with the aid of surveillance techniques, information systems and technology applications to generate pressure and production histories, maps and other key reservoir data.

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Reservoir Surveillance and Control

Understand and apply reservoir surveillance and control techniques to confirm the materialization of the proposed strategies in the reservoir exploitation scheme. Upon completion of this module, the participant should be able to compare actual reservoir behavior to various performance prediction tools and account for differences, evaluate the effectiveness of the exploitation strategy, and explain reasons why actual reservoir performance deviated from initial predictions.

Reservoir Surveillance of Mature Floods Using Streamline-based Workflows Featured Image

Reservoir Surveillance of Mature Floods Using Streamline-based Workflows

This webinar will begin with some fundamentals of streamline simulation and surveillance. We will also discuss the minimum amount of data needed to build a surveillance model and how to interpret novel streamline-based surveillance metrics. Lastly, we will show that by knowing well-pair connections and pattern efficiencies, this provides the basis of a simple flood optimization via updated well rate targets.

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