The SPE Workshop: Fiber-Optic Sensing Applications for Well, Reservoir, and Asset Management will discuss technologies that are used to optimize reservoir and field development and operations.
Multiple fiber-optic monitoring systems are currently used, offering reliable temperature, pressure, flow, strain, acoustic and seismic measurements. This workshop will focus on distributed and multi-point sensing systems, such as DTS and DAS, deployed to provide reservoir and well diagnostics, and surveillance.
Attendees will hear extensive case studies and field deployment examples of the technical and economic benefits of these systems, recieve guidance for developing work flows, and identify best practices.
Early Bird Deadline
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Professionals in the Disciplines:
Drilling • Completions • Reservoir • Production and Operations
- Integrating distributed fiber optic data with other monitoring technologies for completion and stimulation diagnostics.
- Interpretation of flow using DAS and DTS.
Advances in fiber-based acquisition for bore-hole seismic.
- Optimization of well and reservoir performance in thermal projects.
- Monitoring for well completion, infrastructure and reservoir geomechanical integrity.
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