Pore Pressure Prediction
- Predict excess geo-pressures and fracture gradients using multiple prediction and measurement methodologies to avoid kicks, losses, and wellbore instabilities.
Course Length:2 days
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- Customer on-site course available
Who Should Attend
Personnel whose work is affected by the mechanical behavior of rock in a well, reservoir, or the overburden.
- Drilling Engineers
- Completions Engineers
- Wellsite Supervisors
- Petroleum Engineers
- Engineering Managers
- Production Engineers
- Earth Scientists
- Reservoir Engineers
- Geologists and Geophysicists
Through exercises, discussion, and case studies, this course provides the participants with strategies for making pore pressure predictions. Participants learn a variety of pore pressure calculation methodologies, where practical exercises build expertise in handling the data used to make pore pressure predictions.
- Response of sediment physical properties to changes in stress and pressure
- Overpressure generating mechanisms
- Pore pressure calculation methods
- Data sources for predicting pore pressure
- Pore pressure prediction workflow
- Pore pressure measurements
- Pressure compartments and seals
- Fracture pressure and wellbore stresses
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