This two-day course is designed to provide a basic understanding of the multi-disciplined approach required to perform reservoir engineering, along with understanding why it is crucial to the petroleum industry. Participants will gain an understanding of both newly developed and existing reservoirs of reservoir deposition, reservoir quality and reservoir characteristics necessary for economically viable recovery by:
– Understanding reservoir rock properties, fluid properties and drive mechanisms applied in the estimation and calculation of both in place and recoverable hydrocarbons.
– Learning the primary tools and techniques used by reservoir engineers to evaluate reservoir properties such as pressure, saturation, porosity, permeability and net pay necessary to quantify recoverable reserves and resources.
2017 Basics of Reservoir Engineering Brochure
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Who Should Attend
Individuals or groups communicating with or supporting multi-disciplined teams of geoscientists, engineers, or technical analysts who participate in reservoir exploration, appraisal, development and/or production of hydrocarbon reservoirs. This includes anyone in the following areas:
Course Benefits & IMPACTS
- Participants will comprehend how reservoir engineers process their workloads and how they interact with other team members
- IMPACT: Save $$$ by understanding the reservoir which will, in turn, optimize the number of drilling wells.
- Participants will get a better understanding of how to communicate with reservoir engineers and geoscientists in major projects and day-to-day activities
- IMPACT: Maximizing the SPE/SEC reserve booking policy using these reserves to borrow money for capital investments.
- Participants will have an appreciation for data requirements, why certain data is needed, how it is used in reservoir analysis and the impact it has on the organization
- IMPACT: Reduce payback time and generate a positive case flow by learning how to utilize proper completion techniques to maximize flow rate
During this two-day seminar, you will learn…
- Identification of oil and/or gas reservoirs
- The difference between conventional, tight rock and unconventional reservoirs
- Reservoir rock properties including porosity and permeability
- How oil and gas are formed
- The steps necessary for estimating and calculating in place and recoverable oil and gas
- Why these are important to an understanding of reservoir engineering
Course Outline Summary
- Basic Reservoir Engineering
- Reservoir Engineering – A Multi-Disciplined Approach
- Reservoir Quality and Characteristics
- Reservoir Deposition – Petroleum Geology
- What Constitutes a Reservoir
- Oil Migration and Traps
- Reservoir Pressures
- Reservoir Fluids
- Fluid Saturations
- Hydrocarbon Fluid Classification
- Reservoir Fluid Properties – Focus on Gas and Oil
- Reservoir Water Properties
- Estimation of Oil & Gas Originally in Place
- Reservoir Drive Mechanisms
- Decline Curve Analysis
- 12.5 PDHs (Professional Development Hours)
- 1.25 CEUs CLE (Continuing Education Credits)
- American Association of Professional Landmen may also approve this course for RLP and CPL Hours
- State Accountancy Boards and State Bar Associations may also approve this course for CPEs and CLEs
Hotel Room Reservations
Doubletree by Hilton at Greenway Plaza
Contact Room Reservation Specialist, Patricia Iheonye, to make your reservations, check in on Monday, June 5, 2017 with check out on Wednesday, June 7, 2017. Ask for The University of Tulsa rate of $189.00. There is not an online reservation link option.