Efficient production management in the oil and gas industry requires accurate knowledge on what reservoirs are producing, and the location from which various fluids are produced. The flow from the reservoir, in the well bore and flow-line is often multiphase where the flow regime, the volume fraction of each phase as well as the zonal contribution from each reservoir constitutes crucial information to understand and optimise well performance and constrain the reservoir model to maximise drainage.
Injectors are most-often single phase flow, but zonal information is critical to ensure effective pressure-support without bypassing lower-permeability zones. The role of cost-effective measurements is explored in this workshop- in the wellbore, at surface, meters and indicators, through a natural combination of the complementary aspects of multiphase metering and fibre optics monitoring.
The objective of the workshop will be to identify the existing field challenges in both multiphase metering and fibre optics systems and define the technology gaps where R&D effect are still needed.
The workshop will combine the following session formats:
- Breakout discussions on specific topics
- Expert panel reviews
- Case study highlights with review and discussion
Who Should Attend
- Field Specialists
- Petroleum Engineers
- Production Engineers
- Production Technologists
- R&D Engineers
- Reservoir Engineers
- Product Development Managers