Waterflooding from A to Z
27 Sep, 2021 – 1 Oct, 2021
26 Nov, 2021 – 30 Nov, 2021
Online On Request
This course is designed to cover all the aspects required for a successful design, implementation, and operation of a water flooding project, including theoretical and operational practices, it describes the parameters that influence the waterflooding performance, starting from the reservoir, the rocks, the fluids, the wells, the production, and the treatment facilities. It will include the description of analytical and numerical prediction methods and practices, surveillance methods, and monitoring techniques to prevent, detect, and correct common operational problems in waterflooding projects.
The overall waterflooding process in the system reservoir-wells-facilities is described including the well pattern selection, wells injectivity calculations, design’s procedures for the production and injection system, produced water analysis, chemical treatments and methods to identify potential problems and solutions. Various actual field cases applications are explained with in-class exercises.
This training will feature an actual field case application selecting a candidate reservoir for a water flooding operation, applying the design criteria for the components of the water plant, the calculation of water flooding injectivity, predicting the production performance, applying diagnostics and surveillance practices and implementing corrective actions.
This course utilizes a variety of proven learning techniques to ensure maximum understanding, comprehension and retention of the information presented. The course is designed as a blended environment of presentation, class exercises, field application, analysis and several industry videos showing all processes.
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