June 8, 2022


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Two common goals of Rate Transient Analysis (RTA) are the quantification of early time well performance using the Linear Flow Parameter (LFP) aka A√k, as well as the Original Oil/Gas In Place (OOIP/OGIP) volume being drained. 

These two parameters are essential for understanding the effects of completions, geology, and depletion which then advises different strategies for optimizing the economics of future development.

This presentation outlines limitations in the traditional RTA analysis of oil wells and proposes an improved workflow to better obtain values for LFP and OOIP/OGIP

 

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Featured Speakers

Speaker: Mathias Lia Carlsen
Speaker Mathias Lia Carlsen

Mathias Lia Carlsen is GM Americas at whitson – a global company that has specialized in PVT, gas EOR and well performance since 1988. 
Over the last five years, Carlsen has consulted on and supervised a wide range of projects related to PVT, RTA and EOR in tight unconventionals for more than 50 …










Mathias Lia Carlsen is GM Americas at whitson – a global company that has specialized in PVT, gas EOR and well performance since 1988. 


Over the last five years, Carlsen has consulted on and supervised a wide range of projects related to PVT, RTA and EOR in tight unconventionals for more than 50 E&P companies in North-America. Carlsen also heads up the development of whitson’s flagship software product, whitson+


In addition to the consultancy and software, Carlsen researches and teaches industry courses on advanced PVT, RTA and gas based EOR. Carlsen holds a MSc degree in Petroleum Engineering from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) and was a Fulbright Scholar at Stanford University.










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Organizer

Prithvi Singh Chauhan


Date and Time

Wed, June 8, 2022

11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central

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Location

Liberty Oil Field Services 960 Memorial City Way
Houston, TX 77024
United States of America



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