Review of Well Injection tests Michael N 2017-05-02T19:28:36+00:00
Interactive Workshops: May 10, 2017, Calgary AB
Well injection tests have been used in the oil industry for various applications. In the early 1960’s injectivity fall-off tests and the Hall Plots were used to evaluate the injectivity efficiency of water disposal and injectors. With the shift to unconventional activities, step rate tests and Diagnostic Fracture Injection test (DFIT) have been widely used to obtain vital information to design frac treatments.
The purpose of this one-day course is to offer a complete coverage the various injection tests conducted in the industry; their applications and how to analyse test data. Injection tests are conducted for: 1. water disposal and injection wells. 2. Steam injection wells. 3. Subsurface injection/disposal/storage of CO2. 4. Frac design using Mini frac tests or Diagnostic Fracture Injection Test (DFIT). Learning outcome:
A detailed course hand-out, which is an excellent reference, will be provided. No calculators are required for this class!
This course is aimed at all the technical staff such reservoir, petroleum and exploitation engineers/technologists, geophysicists, and geologists who are involved in well production/injection optimization hydraulic frac design.
Mr. Saad Ibrahim, P. Eng,
president of Petro Management Group Ltd. He has over 35 years of diversified experience in the oil and gas Industry as a worldwide highly recognized engineering consultant and a distinguished instructor. He also completed a post-graduate program with the University of Calgary in Chemical and Petroleum Engineering. The focus of Mr. Ibrahim’s experience lies in the area of Reservoir management, and well test planning/analysis. Mr. Ibrahim is a member of APEGA and SPE.
Date: May 10, 2017