About The Course
This course will assume a base level of familiarity of the tools, and is intended to promote the analytical features available in creating physics based field realisations in the IPM tools.
1. Developing advanced dexterity skills in using the IPM suite of programs
2. Understanding the phenomenon, and how the methods in the tools describe the phenomenon.
3. Understanding the physics phenomena and limitations of the mathematical description
- GAP / PROSPER / MBAL
- Integrated Production Modelling Review Water Cut and GOR Predictions
- Building History Matched Reservoir Models
- GAP / PROSPER
- Building a History Matched IPM Model VLP Matching with Multiple Well Tests
- Ensuring Consistency between Network and Well Models Optimum Pipeline Configuration and Production Optimisation
- MBAL/ OpenServer & Workflows
- Reservoir case studies using MBAL: using advanced matching strategies to achieve a history matched Reservoir.
- Using OpenServer to automate tasks in PROSPER, GAP and then migrating to Visual Workflows in RESOLVE.
- Characterising an EOS starting with a fluid (Oil) PVT report BO Validation using an Equation of state (EoS)
- Characterising an EOS starting with a near critical fluid (condensate) PVT report
- MBAL, PROSPER & GAP
- Powderhall Retrograde Condensate Workshop
- Building a full field integrated model for a 4 reservoir / 5 wells field and analysing different field management options (Flow Assurance)