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Why Choose this Training Course?
Why Choose this Online Training Course?
The objective of oil producing companies is to maximize oil recovery from any given reservoir. To achieve the stated objective, the reservoir engineers do not rely only on primary (natural) energy, but also on artificial energy which gives rise to what we call secondary and tertiary methods of oil recovery.
Water flooding is one of the secondary methods of oil recovery. It involves injecting clean, non-corrosive water into the reservoir to displace the remaining oil. This online training seminar is primarily on the mechanics of oil recovery by water flooding.
The aim of this PetroKnowledge Water Flooding Management online training seminar is to provide the participants with a complete and up-to-date overview of the area of Water Flooding. Upon the successful completion of this training seminar, the participants should have a solid grounding in the understanding of the purpose, operation and inspection of water injection systems for enhanced oil recovery. This PetroKnowledge Water Flooding Management training seminar will also illustrate potential problems and their resolution.
This online training seminar will feature:
Rock and fluid properties for better reservoir characterization
Water flood data, acquisition, analysis, and management
Factor influencing water flood recovery
Water flood production performance and reservoir forecast
Water quality and monitoring
Water flood project optimization
EOR applications is an extension to the water flooding
Field examples and case histories
What are the Goals?
What are the Goals?
By the end of this PetroKnowledge virtual training seminar, participants will learn to :
Apply and gain an in-depth knowledge on water injection technology and determine the water flooding process from “A” to “Z” as a major method of Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR)
Recognize the various elements of reservoir drive mechanisms and producing characteristics
Employ the methods pertaining to water flood performance efficiencies and discuss the design aspects of water injection system
Distinguish the influence of the reservoir and fluid characteristics on injection process and determine the relation between reservoir engineering data and injected water
Evaluate the different effects of the recovery factor and reserves as well as explain the aspects of water injection systems according to water source by identifying the various matching reservoir requirements
Demonstrate understanding of the principals involved in pressure maintenance & oil displacement by an injected fluid
Describe the process of waterflooding by identifying its design, operation and monitoring
Acquaint the participants with the concept of immiscible gas injection in oil reservoirs by discussing the techniques & calculation methods used in immiscible gas / oil displacement and identifying the compositional effects during immiscible gas displacement
Explain concepts utilized in monitoring the displacement process
Explain the functions of water injection systems through filters and deaeration and identify the various types of filters
Detail the different qualities of seawater corrosion and distinguish the relationship of microbiological growth and corrosion in line with the structure and growth of diatoms, bacteria and algae
Apply the several tests used to evaluate water quality including process of collecting samples, transport of samples and test frequencies for particle counts
Discuss the thermal methods of EOR including hot water and steam injection and get important tips of the polymer injection process
Who is this Training Course for?
Who is this Online Training Course for?
This PetroKnowledge online training seminar is suitable to a wide range of professionals (especially the engineers and technical staff whose responsibilities include the safe and cost effective operation of water injection systems) but will greatly benefit:
Petroleum, Production & Reservoir Engineers
Process Engineers and Field Operation Staffs
Geologists and Geophysicists
Engineers who are new to the profession
Corrosion Personnel and Chemical Engineers
Other individuals who need to know about water flooding and water flooding management
How will this Training Course be Presented?
How will this Online Training Course be Presented?
This online training course will utilize a variety of proven online learning techniques to ensure maximum understanding, comprehension, retention of the information presented. The training course is conducted Online via an Advanced Virtual Learning Platform in the comfort of any location of your choice.
Day One: Water Flood Data Management - Data Acquisition, Analysis and Integration
Reservoir Rock Properties
Reservoir Fluids Properties
Factors Affecting in Water Flooding
Day Two: Screening for Waterflooding
Reserves Estimate and Remaining Reserves
Reasons for Water Flooding and History
Secondary Recovery and Pressure Maintenance Concept
Reservoir Engineering Aspects and Screening for Water Flooding
Water Injection Systems – Water Source: Produced Water, Aquifers and Seawater - nature and composition of waters and seawater - matching reservoir requirements - water compatibilities and scale
Water Injection Systems – Basic Water Treatment - Basic Seawater Treatment: Filtration and Deaeration
Day Three: Design Aspects of Water Injection System
Reservoir-geology Considerations in the Design and Operation of Water floods
Immiscible Displacement Theory
Immiscible Displacement in Two Dimensions-areal
Vertical Displacement in Linear and Areal Models
Fractional Flow and Performance Measures
Waterflood Performance Efficiencies
Microscopic Efficiency of Immiscible Displacement
Macroscopic Displacement Efficiency of a Linear Waterflood
Heterogeneity, Flood Pattern, Recovery Efficiency
Candidates, Patterns, and Factors affecting Pattern Selection and Well Spacing
Factor Influencing Water Flood Recovery
Waterflood Production Performance and Reservoir Forecast
Waterflood Field-Case-Studies Examples / Practices and Problems
Day Four: Water Flooding Quality & Monitoring – What’s Next?
Water Quality and Monitoring
Corrosion Problems (reasons and solutions)
Field Operation, Water System, Compatibility and Treatment
Various EOR Processes and their Recovery Expectations, Optimum Time
Introduction to Chemical Enhanced Oil Recovery Techniques
Day Five: Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Applications as an Extension to the Waterflooding
Hot Water Flooding
Water Flood Project Optimization and Economic Evaluation
Field Examples and Case Histories
On successful completion of this online training course, a PetroKnowledge E-Certificate will be awarded to the delegates
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