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E-323 - Drilling & Completion - Wellbore Interface & Well Productivity

5 days REE/WELLPROD
Level
Proficiency
Audience
  • Newly-hired and 2-3 years experienced reservoir engineers, reservoir geologists, production engineers and experienced technicians willing to deepen their knowledge in drilling, completion, wellbore interface and well productivity; young scientists, geoscientists and petroleum engineers moving towards reservoir engineering.
Purpose
  • This course provides a comprehensive knowledge about fundamentals of drilling, completion, wellbore interface and well productivity applied to Reservoir Engineering concerns.
Learning Objectives
  • Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:
  • describe main drilling equipment and operations,
  • describe main completion equipment, operations and configurations,
  • describe main concepts of reservoir-wellbore interface and to choose an interface adapted to the conditions encountered in the reservoir,
  • discuss main concepts of wells productivity, included inflow, outflow and skin, to detect problems holding down wells productivity and to select adequate solutions.
Prerequisite
  • No prerequisites for this course.
Ways and means
  • Interactive lectures and exercises.

Fundamentals of drilling 1.25 days
  • Well design. Casing program.
  • Drilling equipment and techniques.
  • Directional drilling.
  • Drilling fluids (mud).
  • Different types of rigs. Specific offshore problems.
Fundamentals of completion 0.75 day
  • Completion: operations involved, main phases.
  • Main factors influencing completion design.
  • Completion configurations: fundamental requirements, main configurations.
Well productivity (Part 1) 1 day
  • Fundamentals: overall approach of the well flow capacity.
  • Inflow (study of the bottomhole pressure from the upstream side):
  • Main parameters, Productivity Index (PI), global skin and flow efficiency.
  • Outflow (study of the bottomhole pressure from the downstream side):
  • Case of oil wells and case of gas wells.
  • Analysis of inflow and outflow performance curves, need for artificial lift.
Reservoir-wellbore interface implementation (excluding “wellbore treatments”) 1 day
  • Specific aspects linked to drilling and cementing the pay zone.
  • Perforating: main techniques, key parameters for productivity.
  • Specific case of horizontal drains.
Well productivity (Part 2) 1 day
  • Additional information about PI:
  • Productivity index and flow regime.
  • Inflow performance below bubble point pressure (IPR).
  • Additional information about skin:
  • Components of completion skin.
  • Damage skin estimation.
2017 course calendar
Language Dates Location Tuition Register
Oct 09 - 13 Rueil €3,150 Online By email