Challenges in Reserves Estimate for Tight/Unconventional Reservoirs 2018-06-26T21:28:47+00:00

Challenges in Reserves Estimate for
Tight/Unconventional Reservoirs

Saad Ibrahim, P. Engineer, President Petro Management Group

Interactive Workshops: June 28, 2018 , Calgary AB

CSUR Members’ Technical Luncheon proudly sponsored by CALFRAC Well Services Ltd.

Agenda

11:30 – 12:00     Check-In; Networking; Boxed Luncheon

12:00 – 13:00     Technical Presentation

CSUR is pleased to be working with Chef Wade and Boreal Cuisine this year.  For more information on our caterer, please visit www.borealchef.com.

The venue is the Glenbow Museum’s theatre which is located on the main floor. Lunch is from 11:30 to noon.

As the oil industry is shifting fast into the exploitation of tight and unconventional reservoirs; with very low permeability, reserves estimate becomes a challenging task. Reserve definitions; such as, Stimulated Reservoir Volume (SRV) and Contacted Reservoir Volume (CRV) will be discussed. When all methods fail, we tend to seek help from the decline analysis technique. Decline curve analysis and its derivative; such as the Power Law Exponential (PLE) and RTA methods, are also explained. More advance methods using numerical techniques can produce more reliable reserve estimates and can deal with complex reservoirs and heterogeneities. Several case studies will be presented to demonstrate the various techniques.

 

Speaker: Mr. Saad Ibrahim, P. Eng. – or Hoshne Banu, P. Eng.

Saad Ibrahim has over 35 years of diversified experience in the Petroleum Industry

Saad Ibrahim, P.Eng., an independent consultant and president of Petro Management Group Ltd., established in Calgary (1994). Graduated from the University of

Alexandria (Egypt) with B.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering in 1973. He also completed a post-graduate program with the University of Calgary, Canada, in Chemical and Petroleum Engineering in 1983.

Mr. Ibrahim has over 35 years of reservoir/production engineering working experience in Western Canada and internationally. Saad has conducted numerous training programs in North America, South America, Middle East, Asia and Europe. The focus of Mr. Ibrahim’s experience lies in the area of reservoir management, EOR, and well-test planning/analysis.

Mr. Ibrahim is a member with the APEGA and SPE.

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