Unconventional Oil and Gas Resources

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Houston - USA , 20240805 05 - Aug - 2024 5 - Day $6,950 Register
Online - Virtual , 20240903 03 - Sep - 2024 2 Hrs X 8 Sessions $2,100 Register
Dubai - UAE , 20241111 11 - Nov - 2024 5 - Day $4,950 Register

COURSE OVERVIEW

The significance of unconventional oil and gas resources lies in their ability to meet growing energy demands, stimulate economic growth, and drive technological innovation. Commercial advantages of unconventional oil and gas resources are substantial, contributing to energy security, economic prosperity, and geopolitical stability on both national and global scales. Advancements in technology continue to drive innovation and improve the efficiency, safety, and environmental performance of unconventional oil and gas development.

This course will help participants to enhance their Unconventional Oil and Gas Resources Management & Monitoring skills. It will cover an interdisciplinary synergistic approach to efficient Unconventional Oil and Gas Resources Management, which is detailed to optimize profitability. You will also learn how technology or function contributes to the plan and how checks and balances are developed.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

By completing the Unconventional Oil and Gas Resources Course, the attendees should be acquainted with:

  • Overview of tight reservoirs as an unconventional resource
  • Unconventional Resources Classification and Assessment, and Geochemistry Aspects and Petrophysical Aspects
  • Heavy oil and Extra Heavy Oil Reservoirs
  • Stimulation Treatment and Reservoir Engineering Tools
  • New Technology and Commercial Evaluation Overview
  • Field development and field operating plans to optimize profitability
  • Efficient monitoring of reservoir performance
  • Identifying and acquiring critical data, data acquisition, and analysis
  • Maximizing economic recovery and minimizing capital investment, risk, and operating expenses
  • Various case histories and analysis
  • Importance of reservoir characterization and drilling and operating plans

TARGET AUDIENCE

This training course is useful for various professionals working with reservoir management and simulations, including Production and operations engineers, geologists, geophysicists, managers, experienced technicians, and service company personnel.

TRAINING METHODOLOGY

Our highly practical experiential learning method is results-oriented based on an adult learning concept. The programme will be interactive and practical. It uses a blended environment of presentations, workshops, group work, practical exercises, field application, case studies, analysis and general discussion. 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 - Overview of Tight Reservoirs as Unconventional Resource

  • KeyTopics:

    • Methods and important parameters in evaluating tight reservoirs
    • Resources prospecting and ranging
    • Integrated evaluation
    • Considerations in drilling and completion of tight reservoirs
    • Production aspects in tight reservoir
    • Case Studies

Module 2 - Unconventional Resources Classification and Assessment, and Geochemistry Aspects and Petrophysical Aspects

  • KeyTopics:

    • Petroleum Resources Management System (PRMS)
    • Reserves definitions, classifications, and categorization
    • Project-based classification
    • In-Place estimation methods; deterministic and stochastic
    • Quantifying Kerogen; Organic Matter and TOC
    • Measures of Sweet Spots
    • Evaluation of Organic Shale Reservoirs (Geology-HCIP-Producibility)
    • Typical Log Responses for Organic Shales
    • Petrophysics aspects for Unconventional Reservoirs
    • Unconventional reservoirs facts and myths.
    • Measures of Sweet Spots
    • Petrophysical Properties of Kerogen
    • Stimulation of Organic Shales
    • Drilling Aspects of Shale Plays
    • Role of Geomechanics in Hydraulic Fracturing of Organic Shales
    • Completion Workflow for Unconventional Reservoirs

Module 3 – Heavy Oil and Extra Heavy Oil Reservoirs

  • KeyTopics:

    • Definitions and Properties
    • Water Management
    • EOR applications in developing such unconventional resource
    • Tar Mats in Petroleum Reservoirs
    • SARA analysis
    • How to develop a heavy oil reservoir?
    • Case Studies

Module 4 - Stimulation Treatment and Reservoir Engineering Tools

  • KeyTopics:

    • Completions & Stimulation Aspects of Shale Plays
    • When to acid and when to frack?
    • Basics of hydraulic fracturing and acidizing
    • Pressure Transient Analysis for tight rocks
    • Rate estimation and uncertainty analysis
    • Decline curve analysis for unconventional
    • Reservoir Simulation for Unconventional Reservoirs
    • Surveillance Strategy

Module 5 – Case Studies, New Technology and Commercial Evaluation Overview

  • KeyTopics:

    • Various Economic Indicators.
    • Case Studies in North America.
    • Role of MEOR to Develop Extra Heavy Oil Case Study
    • Commercial Evaluation concept and workshop
    • Hans on Applications

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