rus eng

Application

Contact person
Email
Phone
Company(not necessary)
Comment
Apply

Course registration

Course
Training dates
Number of trainees(not necessary)
Contact person
Phone
Email
Company(not necessary)
Comment(not necessary)
Register

Quick contacts

OILTEAM

Phone

+7 (3822) 660130
+7 (3822) 900307

Email

oilteam@tomsk.oilteam.ru

Адреса

Management Company:
Tomsk, 3 Televisionniy Lane,
Service division:
Tomsk, 3 Razvitiya
Fluid lab:
Tomsk, 8 Razvitiya

Phone

+7(347) 2629899,
+7 (862) 2-255-447

Email

oilteam@oilteam.ru

Адреса

g.Ufa, Kommunisticeskaa 116,
g. Soci, pr. Kurortnyj, 92/5

Phone

+7 (3822) 66-01-30

Email

oilteam@tomsk.oilteam.ru

Адреса

g. Tomsk, pr. Razvitia, 3

Phone

+7 (3822) 66-01-30

Email

oilteam@tomsk.oilteam.ru

Адреса

g. Tomsk, pr. Razvitia, 8

Phone

+7 (3476) 12-65-18

Email

oilteammash@oilteammash.com

Адреса

g. Kumertau, selo Maacnyj, ul. Zeleznodoroznaa, d. 3 kor. 2

Phone

+7 (862) 2-255-447

Email

oilteam@oilteam.ru

Адреса

g. Soci, pr. Kurortnyj, 92/5

Phone

77777

Email

Другие направления

Адреса

Drugie napravlenia

View all contacts
Register Timetable News

Training schedule

Advanced Waterflood Management: Productivity Decline and EOR

Price to be provided upon request

Dates to be agreed with the customer


Instructor(-s): Pavel Bedrikovetsky

5 days

About the course
The course will provide an advanced understanding of waterflooding and EOR. The students will obtain knowledge necessary for cost-effective improvement of waterflooding by EOR.
The course is designed for production, and reservoir engineers, simulation and laboratory specialists involved in exploitation of oil and gas fields, water flooding, EOR, drilling, and well stimulation.

Course content

I BASIC WATERFLOODING
1.1 Reservoir physics (capillary phenomena, relative permeability, capillary pressure)
1.2 Mathematical model for waterflooding. Black-oil model. 3-D reservoir simulation. Analytical prediction of 1-D waterflood.
1.3 Upscaling. Fractional flow in heterogeneous reservoirs. Exercise: recovery factor calculations.
1.4 Routine laboratory studies of waterflooding. Advanced coreflood tests. Exercise: calculations fractional flow and relative permeability from lab data
1.5. Prevention and mitigation of water-cut increase and productivity decline

II LOW SALINITY FINES-ASSISTED WATERFLOODING
2.1 Capillary phenomena and wettability alteration during LowSal flloding
2.2 Physics of fines mobilisation, migration and permeability damage. Laboratory study
2.3 Reservoir simulation of low salinity fines-assisted waterflooding.
2.4 Analytical models for low salinity fines-assisted waterflooding. Exercise: comparison of normal and low salinity waterflooding.
2.5. Secondary and tertiary low-salinity waterflood

III POLYMER FLOODING - SECONDARY AND TERTIARY OPTIONS
3.1 Modern trademarks of industrial polymers: xantanes, polyacrilomides, nano-polymers
3.2 Physics of polymer flooding. Polymer adsorption, retention, resistance factor.
3.3 Analytical model for polymer flooding. Training exercises.
3.4. Laboratory studies for polymer injection and oil displacement: test planning and design, lab data interpretation.
3.4 Two field cases of polymer flooding: well behaviour, production history, reservoir studies, incremental recovery (Oman, Brazil)

IV SURFACTANT FLOODING
3.1 Modern trademarks of industrial cationic and anionic surfactants
3.2 Physics of surfactant flooding. Phase behaviour. Inner and Outer hydrocarbon phases. Phase diagrams oil-S-water. Surfactant adsorption and desorption.
3.3 Analytical model for surfactant flooding. Training exercises.
3.4. Laboratory studies for injection of surfactants and oil displacement: test planning and design, lab data interpretation. Effects of salinity and pH on recovery factor.
3.4 Field case of surfactant flooding: production history, reservoir studies, incremental recovery (USA).

V COMBINES EOR TECHNOLOGIES
5.1. Low-salinity polymer and surfactant flooding
5.2. WAG and CO2-WAG
5.3. ASP – field cases in Russia and Bahrein