Electric Wireline Technology / Production Logging

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Online - Virtual , 20240604 04 - Jun - 2024 2 Hrs X 8 Sessions $2,100 Register
Geneva - Switzerland , 20240729 29 - Jul - 2024 5 - Day $5,950 Register
Online - Virtual , 20241021 21 - Oct - 2024 2 Hrs X 8 Sessions $2,100 Register
Dubai - UAE , 20241111 11 - Nov - 2024 5 - Day $4,950 Register

COURSE OVERVIEW

The word monitoring is interchangeably used with surveillance, and to some extent, it implies more than the act of observing (i.e., it includes the analysis and prediction components). For purists, surveillance has the connotation of passive activity, while monitoring implies somewhat active participation. We use these terms under a broader umbrella of activities underlying the processes. It was created to bring engineers up to speed in Electric Wireline Technology / Production Logging skills. Practical case studies will be used to show how surveillance pays off their cost and production deferral. Engineers’ specific needs and concerns are also addressed during the course so that they can return to their workplace and apply what they’ve learned immediately.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Participants attending the programme will acquire the following skills:

  • Be familiar with core Skills for Electric Wireline Technology / Production Logging.
  • Leading measurement equipment theory and applications for the open hole and case hole.
  • Acquisition and Processing and Data errors
  • Well and Field Monitoring Intelligent wells, waterflooding and gas recycling.
  • Production Logging Tool Survey Good Practices
  • Waterflooding and gas injection surveillance PLT/RST, PTA
  • Principles of Production Allocation Measurement
  • Well Intervention Work and exposure to the latest reservoir surveillance technology applicable to the Oil and Gas condensate field.

TARGET AUDIENCE

This seminar is designed for anyone who needs to sharpen their Electric Wireline Technology / Production Logging skills to increase efficiency and uptime at their surveillance planning and monitoring. If you work with reservoir engineering, operation engineering, drilling/ well intervention engineer, production geologist, petrophysicst, in cross-training programs, or an engineer, you will find this course extremely useful. As long as you work with planning, monitoring or evaluating annual surveillance and well work plans, this course is extremely useful.

TRAINING METHODOLOGY

The programme will be interactive and practical. There will be work in groups and pairs as well as individual exercises, and everyone will get an opportunity to discuss their issues with Electric Wireline Technology / Production Logging plans. Each day will end with time to produce an action plan for delegates’ continuing development.

Pre & Post course assessments will be used to measure the effectiveness of this training.

COURSE CONTENTS

Module 1 - Introduction - Basic Skills for Electric Wireline Technology / Production Logging

  • KeyTopics:

    • Reservoir Surveillance
    • Surveillance and Decision Making
    • Objectives of Surveillance
    • Asset Management Planning
    • Uncertainty Management
    • Surveillance Strategy, Planning, and Tracking (including surveillance plan development exercise)
    • Value of information VOI/ resources segment defined
    • PVT for production logging
    • Gas condensate PVT.

Module 2 - Measurement equipment

  • KeyTopics:

    • Problem-based diagnostics and tool selection
    • Open hole logs
    • Wireline Formation Testers.
    • Fluid ID and sampling
    • Porosity, lithology, and fracture ID logs.
    • Magnetic resonance
    • Multi-rate PLT logging.
      • Principles of Production Allocation Measurement
    • Density measurements of different mechanisms

Module 3 - Measurement equipment

  • KeyTopics:

    • Well Integrity Surveillance \ Casing inspection and leak detection
    • Gravel pack integrity
    • Tubing and casing scale and obstructions.
    • Injection logging and conformance evaluation
    • Reservoir saturation logging tools and advancements.
    • Noise logs
    • Pressure and Temperature gauges/logs
    • Water flow logs

Module 4 - Acquisition and Processing and Data errors

  • KeyTopics:

    • Acquisition and Processing
      • Resistivity, SP
      • GR
      • PNC
      • CCL
      • Flowmeters
    • Data errors:
      • Measurement, inconsistent, contradictory
      • Data filtering
      • Data smoothing
      • Datum correction
      • Wireline Stretch for Depth Estimation

Module 5 - Well and Field Monitoring

  • KeyTopics:

    • Intelligent wells, waterflooding and gas recycling.
      • Production Logging Tool Survey Good Practices
    • Intelligent wells
      • Advantages & Disadvantages of Fiber Optic Sensors
      • DTS Applications
    • Waterflooding and gas injection surveillance PLT/RST, PTA
      • Cross-functional concept in Waterflood/ gas injection Management
      • Factors Affecting Waterflood Performance and required surveillance.
      • Factors affecting gas condensate performance/ heterogeneity.
      • VRR management for commingling production/ injection.

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