This course provides an extensive and practical knowledge for analyzing production data using Decline Curve Analysis techniques, both classical and modern in order to make production forecast and reserve estimation.
Reservoir engineers and petroleum engineers who are responsible for making production forecasts using decline curve analysis.
Principles of production analysis - Reminders about flow regimes.
Modern production analysis.
TRADITIONAL DECLINE CURVE ANALYSIS
Recent development in decline curve analysis.
FLOW REGIMES IDENTIFICATION
Flowing material balance.
RATE TRANSIENT ANALYTICAL MODELS
Horizontal multifractured well.
WORKFLOW FOR THE ANALYSIS OF RESERVOIR PRODUCTION DATA
Diagnostic, modeling and forecasting:
Oil well case study.
Gas well case study.
UNCERTAINTY QUANTIFICATION IN RATE TRANSIENT ANALYSIS
Range of uncertain parameters.
P1, P2, P3.
Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:
apply the fundamental concepts of decline curve analysis and Arps decline curves analysis for reserves evaluation during boundary dominated flow regime,
identify the typical flow regimes using a diagnostic plots, estimate the fluid in place,
apply the developed analytical models to match the observed rate, forecast future well performance,
perform a sensitivity analysis by identifying the possible range of parameters.
Ways & Means
Interactive lectures and exercises.
Dedicated industrial software package.
To French entities : IFP Training is referenced to DataDock ; you may contact your OPCO about potential funding.
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