Screening of Reservoirs for EOR/IOR
This 1-day workshop examines the rationale and philosophy behind the screening process for Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) and Improved Oil Recovery (IOR). Participants will learn to identify the technical and economic factors that determine the feasibility of a given IOR / EOR scheme. Emphasis is on the practical side, with a minimum of theory. Participants will receive a workbook containing copies of the instructor’s presentations and solutions to class problems.
Why You Should Attend
This course is an excellent way to quickly boost your professional skills and learn from a recognized expert in the field of enhanced oil recovery.
Who Should Attend
This workshop is for petroleum, reservoir, production and facilities engineers, as well as managers and planners who are interested in screening reservoirs being considered for enhanced or improved oil recovery.
Attendees must bring a laptop to class and their own reservoir data for class discussion.
0.8 CEUs (Continuing Education Units) awarded for this 1-day course.
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Ashok K. Singhal, an expert in EOR technologies and horizontal well applications, is a principal consultant with Premier Reservoir Engineering Services, where he provides consulting and training in EOR. He has more than 35 years of worldwide oil and gas experience in heavy oil and tar sand reservoir engineering, horizontal well technology, CO2 flooding, thermal EOR, and waterflood projects. He has lectured on EOR, horizontal well applications, and other topics around the world.
Singhal is an engineering alumnus of Indian School of Mines and the University of Alberta, Edmonton. He earned his PhD in petroleum engineering from the University of California and later taught chemical engineering at the Indian Institute of Technology and petroleum engineering at the University of Alberta. He is a long standing member of SPE.