Are you geological and petroleum engineering interested in reservoir……..
STO presents to reservoir modelling diploma in 3 months with 3 courses
this diploma will beginning in 25 of Oct and one of course is 5 days (6 hours per days, total hours are 30 hour per course), the total hours of diploma is 90 h
The diploma in consist of
1- Static Modelling
2- Dynamic Modelling
3- simulation Modelling
1- static modelling
The course reviews the full spectrum of an integrated reservoir study from core/well log to fluid flow
simulator. It addresses the practical requirements and workflows for modern 3D reservoir modeling.
Participants learn how to use deterministic and stochastic modeling methodologies to quantitatively
integrate diverse data types, model reservoir heterogeneity, assess model uncertainty, and prepare the
reservoir model as input to a flow simulator, Particular emphasis is placed on the best modeling practices
and data integration methodologies available using geostatistical techniques. The presentation includes
an informal, interactive discussion of the agenda topics, illustrated with case studies and including
The objective of this 5-day course is to provide participants who have experience in building reservoir
models, with the solid understanding of the underlying geostatistical methodologies used in Applied
The course provides discussion of the heart of geostatistics that includes data stationarity, spatial
relationship (variogram), estimation (kriging and cokriging), and conditional simulation (SIS, TGS, SGS).
Additionally, best practices on the workflow for building reservoir model will be presented. To enhance the
understanding of the participants about these topics, the exercise for detail analysis and sensitivity, based
on actual field data, is provided. All exercises will be done using PETREL.
This course is important for reservoir modelers or for any geoscientist/engineer involved in an integrated
reservoir study. It is of particular relevance to reservoir modelers that are interested in getting a better
understanding on the “black-box” of geostatistics techniques commonly found during the facies and
property modeling process. It will also improve skills in the art of data inltegration
• What is Reservoir Modeling?
• Why Reservoir Modeling?
• Reservoir Modeling Workflow
• Model Purpose
• Case study
• Practical Session
Saving Petrel Project
Project Set up
What is Structural Modeling?
Structural Modeling in E&P Workflow
Types of structural modeling
Volume-based modeling (VBM)
Advantages of VBM
Prerequisites for VBM
• Practical Session 2
Methods for constructing a 3D Grid
• Rock Modeling
• Model Concept
• Structural and Stratigraphic Framework
• Model Elements
• Determinism and Probability
• Practical Session 3
• What is Geostatistics?
• Why Geostatistics?
• Key Geostatistical Concepts
Variograms and Anisotropy
• Algorithm Choice and Control
• Property Modeling
What is Property modeling?
Upscale Well logs
• Practical Session 4
• Volume Calculations
• QC Model
• Practical Session 5
Best output results
2- Dynamic Modelling
• Concepts of reservoir modeling
• Integration of data in modeling
• Deterministic and stochastic models
• Static & dynamic modeling
• Facies & fracture modeling
• Porosity & permeability modeling
• Concept of upscaling
• Exporting results to reservoir simulators
• Simulation techniques
• Data needed for simulation
• History matching
• Reservoir forecasts
The key objectives of this course are to develop the skills needed for reservoir modeling and how to apply both deterministic and stochastic techniques for constructing 3D reservoir models. The integration of geosciences and engineering data into high-resolution static model, the upscaling techniques and the preparation of data for input into a reservoir simulator to run a dynamic model and perform history matching of actual production data and prediction will be discussed in detail.
Who Should Attend
Reservoir geologists and engineers who wish to understand the techniques behind modeling their reservoirs and how to simulate fluid movements in these reservoirs to better understanding both reservoir and fluid behavior.
3- Reservoir Simulation Principles and Practices
• Numerical physics of reservoir simulation.
• Data requirements for conducting a study.
• Current practice in using coarse and finely gridded models to incorporate heterogeneity.
• Simulation study approach which leads to a quality result.
• Different types of models available, i.e. compositional, dual porosity, etc.
• This training course will provide a comprehensive coverage of the simulation key topics, challenges, pitfalls and the approach to a quality result.
• The participants will be trained in the methods and use of simulation software for practical exercises throughout this course.
• Formulation of equations
• Coordinate geometries and model types
• Reservoir simulator features
• Well modelling overview
• Building the model
• Defining initial conditions
• History matching
• Fine vs. coarse gridding, Upscaling, LGR, Heterogeneity modelling
• Pseudo functions, Vertical Equilibrium
• Compositional reservoir simulation
• Simulation of fractured reservoirs – numerical model, matrix-fracture exchange, recovery processes
• Simulation Walkthrough
• Overview of the simulation process: Conducting a study
Who Should Attend
This short course is designed for junior to mid-senior level reservoir engineers who want to “fast track” in reservoir simulation by a comprehensive overview of the key topics and practical aspects
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