This session will address the following topics:
This session will focus on innovative ways surveillance data can used to improve reservoir management and how data from innovative technology can be integrated into existing workflows, in particular how the data can be used to;
The session will include the topics of:
The aim of this session would be to discuss on case studies on reservoir management with innovative/emerging technologies discussing problems, historical surveillance approaches, new approach applied, results, value addition thus and lesson learnt on the following;
This session will include case histories and lessons learned in regards to the successful deployment of the latest reservoir monitoring technologies in HPHT, Unconventional, Deep-water, and Mature Field environments.
New technology continue to address the limitation and gaps especially in following area:
This session focuses on various cost-effective technologies available today and potential advancement on the horizon.
You can only optimise what you understand. Understanding requires measurement.
Once on production, well surveillance becomes one of the key tools to understand the behaviour of individual wells, and the field as a whole. Short term production optimization and long term recovery improvements are depending on the success of this well surveillance.
What are the best practices in well surveillance, from the acquisition point of view? How to acquire the critical data for future optimisation? What are the key issues that operators and service companies are facing?
With real-time delivery of data, the engineer may then be confronted to the converse problem – too much information and the risk is analysis paralysis! What are the best practices in data mining and interpretation for enhanced diagnostics?
Optimisation of production is only one part of the value equation; costs are obviously the other one. Therefore understanding and modelling the Value of Information is also critical. How to develop effective, practical and repeatable VOI tools to be continuously deployed?