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COURSE OVERVIEW

SUBSURFACE PRODUCTION OPERATIONS, DRILLING, RESERVOIR & PETROLEUM ENGINEERING
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COURSE TITLE : DE0210 : Basic Reservoir Engineering for Non-Reservoir Engineer
COURSE DATE : Mar 04 - Mar 07 2024
DURATION : 4 Days
INSTRUCTOR : Dr. Saad Aljzwe Days
VENUE : Dubai, UAE
COURSE FEE : $ 6750
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OTHER SCHEDULED DATES
Date : Jun 24 - Jun 27 (4 Days) Location : Abu Dhabi, UAE Classroom Fee (US$) : $ 6750 Course Info
Date : Sep 30 - Oct 03 (4 Days) Location : Al Khobar, KSA Classroom Fee (US$) : $ 6750 Course Info
Date : Dec 22 - Dec 26 (5 Days) Location : Doha, Qatar Classroom Fee (US$) : $ 8500 Course Info

Course Description

This practical and highly-interactive course includes real-life case studies and exercises where participants will be engaged in a series of interactive small groups and class workshops. Oil Reservoirs have been created by complex sedimentary and diagenetic processes, and modified by a history of tectonic change. Reservoirs are complex systems on all scales. Decisions such as pumping and injection, new well placement, and drilling in an active oil field, are typical of the complex relationships between reservoir engineering and oil field/reservoir management. Reservoir engineering is the application of scientific principles to solve issues arising during the development and production of oil and gas reservoirs. This course covers the engineering operations involved in analysing the production behaviour of oil and gas wells, including well performance engineering, reservoir aspects of well performance, restricted flow into the wellbore, rate decline analysis, and fundamentals of artificial lift.This course is designed to give participants a detailed overview of the fundamental reservoir engineering to better understand its practices, the required data, its interpretations, the processes and its limitations. Further, the course deals with the basic concepts of fluid flow, leading on with laminar and non-Darcy flow, including multiphase situations, oil and gas reservoirs, from fluid and rock characteristics, production injection analysis, material balance applied to oil reservoirs, immiscible displacement and natural water influx. Case studies will be use throughout the course to demonstrate concepts and real situations.

TRAINING METHODOLOGY

This interactive training course includes the following training methodologies as a percentage of the total tuition hours

Lectures
Workshops & Work Presentations
Case Studies & Practical Exercises
Videos, Software & Simulators

In an unlikely event, the course instructor may modify the above training methodology before or during the course for technical reasons.

VIRTUAL TRAINING (IF APPLICABLE)

If this course is delivered online as a Virtual Training, the following limitations will be applicable

Certificates: Only soft copy certificates will be issued to participants through Haward’s Portal. This includes Wallet Card Certificates if applicable
Training Materials: Only soft copy Training Materials (PDF format) will be issued to participant through the Virtual Training Platform
Training Methodology: 80% of the program will be theory and 20% will be practical sessions, exercises, case studies, simulators or videos
Training Program: The training will be for 4 hours per day starting at 09:30 and ending at 13:30
H-STK Smart Training Kit: Not Applicable
Hands-on Practical Workshops: Not Applicable
Site Visit: Not Applicable
Simulators: Only software simulators will be used in the virtual courses. Hardware simulators are not applicable and will not be used in Virtual Training

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