This skill module brings your attention to reservoir surveillance (RS) objectives, activities, and plans and the link to uncertainty.
Upcoming start dates
- Self-paced Online
Who should attend?
Engineers or geoscientists who will occupy the position of reservoir engineer, and any other technically trained individual who desires a more in-depth foundation in reservoir engineering than is offered in the one-week Basic Reservoir Engineering and Reservoir Engineering for Other Disciplines courses.
You will learn how to
- How a surveillance plan's objectives must be aligned with asset specific tactical details
- Why surveillance activities must add value and they do not after reaching a certain optimum
- How to calculate the Value of Information derived from surveillance activities
- How surveillance activities reduce uncertainty
- Why the surveillance plan must change constantly as asset objectives change
- The impact of the production and well environment, including well construction concepts and how this impacts RS activities
- How production allocation impacts the quality of the data and the impact of data frequency
- Measurement principles behind oil field measurements, including concepts related to precision, accuracy, and repeatability
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