Training Enhanced Oil Recovery : (21-23 November 2018, Yogyakarta)

INTRODUCTION :

Oil recovery operations traditionally have been subdivided into three stages: primary, secondary and tertiary. These stages described the production from a reservoir in a chronological sense. Primary production resulted from the displacement energy naturally existing in reservoir. Secondary recovery usually implemented after primary production declined, the term secondary recovery is now almost synonimous with waterflooding. Tertiary recovery was that obtained after waterflooding (or whatever secondary process used) it’s used miscible gases, chemicals and/or thermal energy to displace additional oil. When the waterflooding stage might be reasonably be bypassed the term tertiary recovery fell into disfavor in petroleum engineering term and the designation of enhaced oil recovery (EOR) become accepted to replace the term of secondary and tertiary recovery.

In describing the different EOR processes (Waterflooding, Miscible Displacement, Chemical Flooding: Micellar/Polymer, Surfactant, Alkaline and finally Thermal Recovery Processes, it will be focused on the fundamental concepts of each processes and it will also present methods of predicting oil recovery when the processes are applied to oil reservoir. Many methods are available to calculate displacement performance, ranging from simple models based on volumetric sweep to sophisticated method. Thus, with the proper understanding of all enhanced oil recovery processes will reduce the entire cost of the plant and production operation of EOR system.

This five-day training will provide a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of different EOR processes (Waterflooding, Miscible Displacement, Chemical Flooding: Micellar/Polymer, Surfactant, Alkaline) and Thermal Recovery Processes with various fields example.

OBJECTIVES

  • Refresh the knowledge of the participants on reservoir engineering and enhanced oil recovery (EOR) processes.
  • Understand the fundamental concepts of each EOR process and ability to calculate and to predict the EOR performance.
  • Learn the simple EOR models based on volumetric sweep model to sophisticated method of calculation.
  • Enhance the knowledge on EOR processes (Waterflooding, Miscible Displacement, Chemical Flooding: Micellar/Polymer, Surfactant, Alkaline) and Thermal Recovery Processes with various fields example.
  • Gain additional knowledge on EOR processes (Waterflooding, Miscible Displacement, Chemical Flooding: Micellar/Polymer, Surfactant, Alkaline) and Thermal Recovery Processes. Knowledge sharing among the participants and instructors

AUDIENCE:

No specified  (Operator/ Sr. Operator/Engineer or Non Engineer) 

FEATURING THE FOLLOWING SUBEJCTS

Introduction to EOR Processes

  • Definition of EOR
  • Target Oil Resources for EOR Processes
  • Idealized Characteristics of an EOR Processes
  • Potential of Different Processes
  • Screening Criteria for Process Applicability

Microscopic Displacement of Fluids in a Reservoir

  • Capillary Forces
  • Viscous Forces
  • Phase Trapping
  • Mobilization of Trapped Phases-Alteration of Viscous/Capillary Force Ratio

Displacement in Linear System

  • Waterflood Performance-Frontal Advanced Equation
  • Viscous Waterflood in a Linear System
  • Chemical Flooding in Linear System
  • Application of Chemical Flooding Model
  • Displacement of  Slugs
  • Dispertion During Niscible Displacement
  • Viscous Fingering-Instability in Displacement Fronts

Macroscopic Displacement of Fluids in a Reservoir

  • Volumetric Displacement Efficiency and Material Ballance
  • Definition and Discussion of Mobility Ratio
  • Areal Displacement Efficiency
  • Vertical Displacement Efficiency
  • Volumetric Displacement Efficiency

Mobility-Control Processes

  • Process Description
  • Physical and Chemical Characteristics of Polymer
  • Flow Polymer Through Porous Media
  • In-Situ Permeability Modification
  • Mobility Control to maintain Chemical Slug Integrity
  • Foam as EOR Agent
  • WAG Process

Miscible Displacement Processes

  • General Description of Miscible Displecement
  • Principles of Phase Behavior in Miscible Displacement
  • FCM anc MCM Processes
  • Measurement and Prediction of MMP or MME in Multiple Contact Prosess
  • Fluid Properties in Miscible Displacement
  • Miscible Displacement Modeling

Chemical Flooding

  • Description of Micellar/Polymer Process
  • Surfactants
  • Phase Behavior of Microemultion and IFT
  • Variables Affecting Phase Behavior and IFT
  • Viscosity and Density of Microemultion
  • Displacement Mechanism
  • Modeling, design Procedure and Criteria of Chemical Flood Displacement
  • Alkaline Flooding

Thermal Recovery Processes

  • Heat Losses During Steam Injection
  • Cyclic Steam Stimulation
  • Reservoir Heating by Steam Injection
  • Estimating of Oil Recovery From Steam Drive
  • In-Situ Combustion
  • Comparison of Steam and In-Situ Combustion

TRAINER

CITRA INTI TRAINING consultant team

DURATION OF TRAINING

3days (effective21thhours )

INVESTMENT TRAINING (Excluding Accommodation) :

  • IDR 11.000.000,-/participant (Jakarta)
  • IDR 11.000.000-/participant (Bandung)
  • IDR 12.000.000,-/participant (Yogyakarta)
  • IDR 14.000.000,-/participant (Bali)
  • IDR 14.750.000,-/participant (Lombok)
  • US$ 4780/participant (Malaysia)

TRAINING FACILITIES

Certificate, Module, Training Kit, Lunch, Coffee Break, held in hotel

INFORMATIONAND PROMO

021-22830080

CONTACT PERSON

081213153848

SMS Center (24 jam)

081212220471

TRAINING METHOD

Interactive Methods, Presentations, Discussions

TRAINING SCHEDULE 2018 :

  • 17-19 Januari 2018, Jakarta
  • 12-14 Februari 2018, Bandung
  • 21-23 Maret 2018, Malaysia
  • 16-18 April 2018, Yogyakarta
  • 14-16 Mei 2018, Lombok
  • 4-6 Juni 2018, Jakarta
  • 11-13 Juli 2018, Bali
  • 21-23 Agustus 2018, Jakarta
  • 13-15 September 2018, Bandung
  • 10-12 Oktober 2018, Malaysia
  • 21-23 November 2018, Yogyakarta
  • 17-19 Desember 2018, Jakarta