Anelise Quintao Lara, Executive Manager for Libra Field, Petrobras
Session Chairs: Hardy Leonardo Pinto, Petrobras and Ivan Couto, Schlumberger
During this panel session we will go over operator demands about Intelligent Completion in deep and ultradeep subsea wells, what the industry is providing and what are the lessons learnt.
Session Chair: Alexandre Emerick, Petrobras and David Davies, Heriot-Watt University
Intelligent completions enhance controllability and flexibility in the reservoir management. However, they may also increase complexity and cost in the well design and installation. Moreover, there are concerns about the reliability of the system. Therefore, assessing the value of an intelligent completion project is a prerequisite for a successful application of this technology. This session will address methodologies to quantify the value added by intelligent completions.
Session Chairs: Sthener Rodrigues and Orlando Brito, Petrobras
This session will focus in case studies of integration between the intelligent completion systems and the surface and subsea production systems. Which tools are needed, the standards and how to get every discipline involved.
Session Chairs: Carlos Magno, Petrobras and Savio Saldanha, WellDynamics
Risk and reliability assessment and analysis nowadays are key elements for complex equipment and processes helping organizations to acheive breakthrough improvements in both safety and economics. Besides they have been used in many industries for long time, E&P segment of petroleum industry is challeging due to its complexity and uncertainty naturally involved. This session will discuss risk and reliability assessement and analysis methods and techniques applied to Intelligent Completion Systems.
Edson Nakagawa, Pré-Sal Petróleo S.A. (PPSA)
Session Chairs: Eduardo Schnitzler, Petrobras and Francisco Porturas, Halliburton
Intelligent completion applications field experiences have increased globally and showing great performance to enhance well production in various reservoir environments and complexity. In this session will be presented a few Case Studies of recent installations in deep offshore Pre-salt and North Sea together with innovative hardware solutions and trends.
Session Chairs: Alexandre Emerick, Petrobras and Marta Dueñas Diez, Repsol
Appropriate modelling of reservoir, wells, advanced completions and the near wellbore region can contribute to optimize both the design and operation of intelligent completions. However, there are technical challenges for a full model-based optimization including, model uncertainty, data assimilation and integrated modelling (reservoir, wells and facilities). In contrast, optimization of the operation of the intelligent completions can be also carried out based purely on advanced sensor data (data-driven optimization). This session will cover the latest advances in modelling and optimization of intelligent wells.
Session Chairs: Gustavo Mendes, Baker Hughes and Arthur Braga, PUC- Rio
This part of the workshop focuses on key aspects of the new trends in Intelligent Completions: Innovative interactions between topside controls and downhole tools, well data signal processing and technologies for harsh environments.
In this session, participants will engage in highlighting the most promising solutions and its applications. (Recent developments now in research will be analyzed.)
Session Chairs: Manoel Feliciano, Petrobras and Marcelo Batocchio, Welltec
During this session we will summarize the workshop technical session highlights and lessons learned.