Production Optimization for Unconventional Reservoirs

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Product: Production Optimization for Unconventional Reservoirs

Item No: TD-GEOM-303

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In this course, the participants will learn, practice and apply the methods used to evaluate and analyze the performance of each of the various components of the production system including the reservoir, production tubing, subsurface safety valves, subsurface and surface chokes, individual flow lines and surface piping networks. The participants will then learn and practice the integration of the individual performance of the system’s components to analyze and optimize the performance of the complete production system for both the present and future life of the field. The effects of possible changes in the various system components (such as reservoir stimulation, perforating, gravel packing, employment of artificial lift, and the sizes of the production tubing, valves chokes and flow lines, and separator pressure) on the production performance of the entire system is discussed and demonstrated through field examples for the purpose of optimizing the system performance.

Topics include:

  • Overview of the production system and its components
  • PVT modeling
  • Inflow performance and well modeling
  • Nodal systems analysis
  • Unconventional wells completion optimization
  • Unconventional wells performance analysis
  • Artificial lift selection and design
  • Multilateral wells
  • Surface network modeling
  • Integrated production optimization and modeling

Course Length: 3 days

Delivery Locations

  • See online schedule
  • Customer on-site course available

Who Should Attend

Personnel involved in hydraulic fracturing design and execution decisions.

  • Geologists
  • Geophysicists
  • Reservoir engineers
  • Completions engineers
  • Production Technologists
  • Field Engineers

Course Description

Optimization of production operations has become a necessity in today’s competitive market that calls for maximizing production, increasing reserves and reducing costs. Proper production optimization must consider the entire production system starting from the reservoir and ending at the surface separator.

In this course, the participants will learn, practice and apply the methods used to evaluate and analyze the performance of each of the various components of the production system including the reservoir, production tubing, subsurface safety valves, subsurface and surface chokes, individual flow lines and surface piping networks. The participants will then learn and practice the integration of the individual performance of the system’s components to analyze and optimize the performance of the complete production system for both the present and future life of the field. The effects of possible changes in the various system components (such as reservoir stimulation, perforating, gravel packing, employment of artificial lift, and the sizes of the production tubing, valves chokes and flow lines, and separator pressure) on the production performance of the entire system is discussed and demonstrated through field examples for the purpose of optimizing the system performance.

Topics include:

  • Overview of the production system and its components
  • PVT modeling
  • Inflow performance and well modeling
  • Nodal systems analysis
  • Unconventional wells completion optimization
  • Unconventional wells performance analysis
  • Artificial lift selection and design
  • Multilateral wells
  • Surface network modeling
  • Integrated production optimization and modeling

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In this course, the participants will learn, practice and apply the methods used to evaluate and analyze the performance of each of the various components of the production system including the reservoir, production tubing, subsurface safety valves, subsurface and surface chokes, individual flow lines and surface piping networks. The participants will then learn and practice the integration of the individual performance of the system’s components to analyze and optimize the performance of the complete production system for both the present and future life of the field. The effects of possible changes in the various system components (such as reservoir stimulation, perforating, gravel packing, employment of artificial lift, and the sizes of the production tubing, valves chokes and flow lines, and separator pressure) on the production performance of the entire system is discussed and demonstrated through field examples for the purpose of optimizing the system performance.

Topics include:

  • Overview of the production system and its components
  • PVT modeling
  • Inflow performance and well modeling
  • Nodal systems analysis
  • Unconventional wells completion optimization
  • Unconventional wells performance analysis
  • Artificial lift selection and design
  • Multilateral wells
  • Surface network modeling
  • Integrated production optimization and modeling

Course Length: 3 days

Delivery Locations

  • See online schedule
  • Customer on-site course available

Who Should Attend

Personnel involved in hydraulic fracturing design and execution decisions.

  • Geologists
  • Geophysicists
  • Reservoir engineers
  • Completions engineers
  • Production Technologists
  • Field Engineers

Course Description

Optimization of production operations has become a necessity in today’s competitive market that calls for maximizing production, increasing reserves and reducing costs. Proper production optimization must consider the entire production system starting from the reservoir and ending at the surface separator.

In this course, the participants will learn, practice and apply the methods used to evaluate and analyze the performance of each of the various components of the production system including the reservoir, production tubing, subsurface safety valves, subsurface and surface chokes, individual flow lines and surface piping networks. The participants will then learn and practice the integration of the individual performance of the system’s components to analyze and optimize the performance of the complete production system for both the present and future life of the field. The effects of possible changes in the various system components (such as reservoir stimulation, perforating, gravel packing, employment of artificial lift, and the sizes of the production tubing, valves chokes and flow lines, and separator pressure) on the production performance of the entire system is discussed and demonstrated through field examples for the purpose of optimizing the system performance.

Topics include:

  • Overview of the production system and its components
  • PVT modeling
  • Inflow performance and well modeling
  • Nodal systems analysis
  • Unconventional wells completion optimization
  • Unconventional wells performance analysis
  • Artificial lift selection and design
  • Multilateral wells
  • Surface network modeling
  • Integrated production optimization and modeling

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Can't find the class or class offering you'd like? Please email us with the class and date range you'd like to see offered and we will contact you with any additional questions. contact us.

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