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E-001C - IRM - Integrated Reservoir Management Certification

45 jours GEN/IRM
Niveau
Perfectionnement
Public
  • High-potential E&P professionals, future managers of E&P assets and activities, providers of integrated E&P services
  • Petroleum engineers, geoscientists, well engineers, project managers, business unit leaders
Finalité
  • To provide, through a multidisciplinary approach of paramount importance for the optimization of field development and operations, an in-depth understanding of key concepts and mechanisms of reservoir management
  • To find, through a unique training experience, what could be keys for success when one applies high-standard guiding principles in asset management, from exploration and field development to field operations and enhanced oil recovery
Objectifs
  • To understand reservoir management best practices for oil & gas fields development
  • To maximize value creation of oil & gas assets through the technical and economic resources optimization
  • To comprehend various disciplines that take part in reservoir management
  • To learn about various reservoirs and field development conditions through hands-on and case studies
  • To team leaders the relevant knowledge for Reservoir Management in E&P Projects
Pré-requis
  • A degree in engineering or geosciences, with preferably a 5-year professional experience
Les + pédagogiques
  • Highly interactive course with serious game and actual case studies
  • Animation by E&P senior experienced lecturers
  • Two field trips for hands-on sessions illustrating reservoirs outcrops and reservoir behavior
  • Two weeks of course in Imperial College (London) focused on field development optimization
Observation
Accommodation and transportation costs are not included in the fee. Logistics can be organized by IFP training A specific brochure for this program is available on request

Reservoir engineering and field development fundamentals (IFP Training) 23 jours
  • Production geology, geophysics
  • Well logging, interpretation - Production logging
  • Petrophysics: rock properties (porosity, saturation, permeability) and their interactions with fluids
  • Fluid properties: PVT oil gas and water
  • Well testing: principles and interpretation
  • Production mechanisms: natural drive (primary recovery), immiscible fluid injection gas or water (secondary recovery), tertiary recovery (EOR: miscible, chemical or thermal process)
  • Field development methodology, data acquisition, reserves estimation
  • Drilling and completion
  • Project economics & contracts
  • Well performance optimization: inflow, outflow, formation damage remedial (acid stimulation, fracturing, sand control)
  • Assessment of reservoir risks and uncertainties
  • Unconventional hydrocarbons
  • Future E&P development challenges in a global Energy scene
  • Field trip to Poitiers area (2.5 days): well testing in an aquifer, interpretation and analysis of the results (production, draw-down, build-up), cores and logs observation of a reservoir analogue to the one on which the test was performed, geological and dynamic modeling
Case studies (Imperial College London) 12 jours
  • Development and application of a reservoir simulation model for reservoir management, including up scaling, history matching, and reservoir performance prediction, field development planning and simple economic analysis
  • UK field Development Project
  • Field trip to the Wessex basin
  • Group-based computer-aided exercise covering the development and monitoring of a large oil field
  • Data analysis, development of a reservoir simulation model, including upscaling and history matching
  • Application of model to identify an optimum field development plan with simple economic evaluation
Case studies (IFP Training) 10 jours
  • Tertiary recovery in a mature oil field with lean gas injection
  • Reservoir management specificities for carbonate fractured reservoirs
  • Gas: gas properties and field case: development and monitoring of a gas field
  • Alwyn area: complex gas, condensate and oil field evaluation development and monitoring in the North Sea environment
  • Special case histories: deep water offshore, deep reservoir, heavy oils
Calendrier des formations 2016
Langue Dates Lieu Prix Inscription
29 Août - 28 Oct Rueil / London 39 960 € En ligne Par email