Jul. 9 - Jul. 10, 2018


Description

 

This course offers a perfect opportunity to explore OilField Manager (OFM) software to accomplish Forecasting analysis. You will explore the intuitive software interface through a sequence of hands-on exercises designed to mimic practical oil-gas workflows to visualize, analyze, run calculations and share results. During this course, you will learn all the essentials of OFM capabilities to forecast production and retrieve forecast information for further studies. You will 1) analyze historical production trends, 2) history match and subsequently forecast production. In addition to the single phase forecast, the course covers the essentials for ratio forecasts. At the end of the course, you will know how to make effective use of OFM forecast results.

 

Topics

• A brief walkthrough of a fully functioning project, providing quick set of reference points

• Explore OFM analysis dashboard

•  Perform rate versus time analysis

• Set up of decline curve analysis (DCA )

• Perform DCA to forecast production for individual or groups of wells

• Multiple forcast cases

• Auto Decline

• Ratio forecasts

• Generate reports and plots of forecasted results


Featured Speakers

Speaker: Chun Ka Kwok
Speaker Chun Ka Kwok
Chun Ka Kwok is the Team Lead, Petroleum Engineering & Drilling Support, in SIS North America Land. He has 8 years of Schlumberger experience in production surveillance projects for shale gas, waterflooding, production optimization, and flow assurance. Chun has broad experience in designing and implementing production workflows using Schlumberger Information …

Chun Ka Kwok is the Team Lead, Petroleum Engineering & Drilling Support, in SIS North America Land. He has 8 years of Schlumberger experience in production surveillance projects for shale gas, waterflooding, production optimization, and flow assurance. Chun has broad experience in designing and implementing production workflows using Schlumberger Information Solutions technology as well as expertise in pipeline modeling and field planning. He holds BS and MS degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Hawaii.

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Speaker: Cathy Zhang
Speaker Cathy Zhang
Cathy Zhang is a Production Engineer, in SIS North America Land. She has 2 years of Schlumberger experience in production surveillance projects for shale gas and production optimization. Cathy has experience in implementing production workflows and modeling complex hydraulic and natural fractures with a multi-well production simulation using Schlumberger Information …

Cathy Zhang is a Production Engineer, in SIS North America Land. She has 2 years of Schlumberger experience in production surveillance projects for shale gas and production optimization. Cathy has experience in implementing production workflows and modeling complex hydraulic and natural fractures with a multi-well production simulation using Schlumberger Information Solutions technology. She holds BS in chemical engineering from Rice University and MS degree in petroleum engineering from Stanford University.

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Organizer

Howard Gee

hgee@windstream.net


281-633-6957 (m)


281-265-4239 (h)


Date and Time

Mon, Jul. 9

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Tue, Jul. 10, 2018

9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central

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Location

Schlumberger

5599 San Felipe St, Floor 15th Room C
Houston, TX 77056

Parking Instructions: Free covered visitor parking is available in the parking garage adjacent to the Schlumberger building. Course participants should park in the basement level of the parking garage. A visitor parking pass will be provided by the course instructor on the first day. The parking passes should be placed on …

Parking Instructions: Free covered visitor parking is available in the parking garage adjacent to the Schlumberger building. Course participants should park in the basement level of the parking garage. A visitor parking pass will be provided by the course instructor on the first day. The parking passes should be placed on your vehicle by lunch time on the first day.


Building access instructions:  Upon entering the building, please take the elevator to the 15th floor.

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