The key objectives of the workshop are: 1.Participants to bring own challenges with reservoir simulation related issues (for example difficulty with history matching, etc.) and discuss with workshop leaders and other participants to receive inputs/advises on how to overcome such challenges. 2.Workshop leaders will share their experiences & successes with various simulation projects around the world. 3.Participants will get insights on tips and strategy for building effective and successful reservoir simulation models. 4.Meet and share experiences with other participants. 5.Networking with workshop leaders and others. Participants are encouraged to give a 15 minutes presentation of own challenges in the area of reservoir simulation.
2.Model design requirements for Primary depletion and water injection Compositional modeling Tips
3.History matching Data collection and reviewing field data What to match and what not to match? The sequence of history matching, field, reservoir, well, GOC and WOC movements Tips on how to get to a reasonable history match Sometimes a perfect match is not what you want.
4.Predictions Transitioning from history to predictions. Field, reservoir and well control Model constraints Multi field integrated development Case study of integrated gas-oil development
5.Other issues How reliable is this model for forecasting? Tips on speeding up model Participants to nominate
6.Participants presentation and feedbacks
Reservoir and Petroleum Engineers Participants are encouraged but not required to bring own laptop with Excel software installed.