RGE03 - Fundamentals of reservoir engineering I

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Program : Reservoir Geoscience and Engineering

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RGE2023_ PVT & MODELING_P. GOUEL (CONSULTANT)

RGE2023_ PVT & MODELING_EXERCICES_P. GOUEL (CONSULTANT)

RGE2023 _ PETROPHYSICS_O. VIZIKA KAVVADIAS (IFPEN)

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LEARNING OBJECTIVES
  • explain a large picture of the well structure and its main functionalities
  • understand the main function of the different system in a well‐site
  • feel familiar in a well‐site and with its environment recognizing the main systems
  • explain different important parameters such as porosity, permeability (absolute, effective or relative), saturations, displacement mechanisms, wettability,
  • identify the basic equipment and practical aspects in laboratory measurements,
  • define the concepts used in reservoir characterization and in PVT analysis,
  • characterize the behavior of reservoir fluids at different pressures and temperatures, with equations of state and with phase diagrams,
  • explain the physical significance of parameters such as formation volume factor, gas‐oil ratio, viscosity, and their variations between reservoir and stock tank conditions,
  • discuss the information that is gained from petrophysics, fluids and PVT studies, and be familiar with the petrophysics literature and PVT laboratory reports.

List of speakers

Mathilde ADELINET

Mathilde ADELINET

Maria AGUILERA

Maria AGUILERA

Alain AURIAULT

Alain AURIAULT

Carla CASTILLO

Carla CASTILLO

Antoine COUTURIER

Antoine COUTURIER

Jean-Pierre DEFLANDRE

Jean-Pierre DEFLANDRE

Eric DEVILLE

Eric DEVILLE

Frédérique FOURNIER

Frédérique FOURNIER

Karine LABAT

Karine LABAT

Jerome LAVAL

Jerome LAVAL

Olivier LERAT

Olivier LERAT

Christian PAUCHON

Christian PAUCHON

Arnaud TORRES

Arnaud TORRES