Training sessions for Asia Pac operators

February 8, 2018

Great feedback has been received following our recent reservoir modelling training sessions to operators in Asia Pacific.

Tendeka Reservoir Engineer Dr Mojtaba Moradi led closed sessions for operators in Malaysia and Australia throughout January, with the theme being ‘FloSure autonomous inflow control – performance modelling and reservoir simulation’.

Over 40 people from completions, production technology and reservoir engineering attended, learning about our FloSure technology principles, AICD modelling and the performance prediction in NETool and ECLIPSE software.  Discussions took place around the challenges of appropriate modelling and the performance prediction of AICDs, where technical and practical use of the technology plus the common mistakes and errors in modelling were examined.

Mojtaba, who completed his PhD in Petroleum Engineering on the development of new approaches to modelling, evaluating and optimising the performance of intelligent and fractured wells, used key examples to enhance the understanding of the subject matter.  Moreover, he is a committee member of SPE workshop: “Resource Estimation, Definition and Production Forecasting”, an editor in Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering, and has published more than 15 papers.

One operator commented:  “Thanks for the great course. I think we will find the learnings very useful, taking away some of the black magic around the modelling.”

January’s training sessions will assist the operators to recognise the benefits of the applications of FloSure in their field development by appropriate modelling of AICDs.

Should you wish to find out more about reservoir modelling, FloSure or about arranging training for your teams, please contact your local Tendeka office:

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