Foundation PTA/RTA Pressure Transient & Rate Transient Analysis

  • Fecha: Por confirmar
  • Ciudad: Bogotá

Duración: 40 horas

Código: C16040

Incluye: Uso de software, memorias y certificados de asistencia otorgado por Kappa Engineering. Igualmente se incluye almuerzos y refrigerios.

• Modern pressure transient analysis (PTA) and rate transient analysis (RTA) from theory to practice.

• Strong practical emphasis on real data with many real life examples

• Immediate return on investment with attendees able to perform commercial analysis upon completion of the course


CONDICIONES DE PARTICIPACIÓN:
Descuentos:

Para grupos:

  • 5% para el 2do. participante de la misma empresa
  • 10% para el 3er., 4to., y 5to. participante de la misma empresa
  • 15% para el 6to. participante en adelante de la misma empresa

  • Fecha límite de cancelación de participación: fecha por confirmar. En caso de cancelar la participación después de esta fecha, el cliente deberá pagar la totalidad del valor del curso y este valor se abonará para cualquier otro curso de su interés o se permitirá el cambio del participante inscrito hasta 2 días hábiles antes del inicio del curso.
  • Nos reservamos el derecho de hacer ajustes en la agenda académica y fechas límite de confirmación.
  • El curso será formalmente confirmado solo después de la fecha límite de cancelación de participación, o antes si previamente se ha alcanzado el número de inscritos necesario, que garantice el éxito del curso.
  • Si se cancela la realización del curso, efectuaremos el reembolso de pagos, a aquellos participantes que los hayan efectuado previamente.
Ver información de hoteles sugeridos

Instructor: Bruce Buchanan

Executive Summary
With a degree in instrumentation Technology from Northern Alberta Institute of Technology and a career spanning 34 years in transient analysis and cased hole logging with a particular emphasis on production logging. Bruce has worked as a field engineer, analyst, and trainer and on the introduction of new tools and techniques for Schlumberger. Bruce trained with the original Bourdet and Gringarten team in Flopetrol Schlumberger. Fluent in English (mother tongue), French, Portuguese and a high standard in Spanish Bruce now works as a consultant and trainer in PL and PTA with KAPPA and is based in Brazil.

Employment History
2008 to date KAPPA: Training and Consulting Engineer providing technical support, training and consulting services to KAPPA clients.
2003 to 2008 Career break
2000 to 2003 Schlumberger Saudi Arabia: Production logging, corrosion and saturation monitoring (TDT and RST) conducting analysis, field work and training in all techniques.
1992 to 2000 Schlumberger Libya: Running and analyzing all cased hole services including PLT corrosion monitoring and transient analysis. Introduced the DEFT tool and memory PLT.
1990 to 1992 Schlumberger Nigeria: Assigned to lead operations to run and analyse the through tubing caliper tool for SLB (FTCT). Ran multiple PLTs and field tested the RST reservoir saturation tool and benchmarking against open hole logs.
1986 to 1990 Schlumberger Nigeria: Assigned to lead operations to run and analyse the through tubing caliper tool for SLB (FTCT). Ran multiple PLTs and field tested the RST reservoir saturation tool and benchmarking against open hole logs.
1986 to 1990 Schlumberger Algeria: Assigned to lead transient analysis operations. Later moved into production logging and perforating services.
1983 to 1986 Flopetrol Spain: Assigned as systems analysis engineer in charge of transient analysis providing consulting services to Spanish and multinational clients. Planned and executed high accuracy pressure gauge jobs and followed through with analysis and presentation of the results including reserve estimation where applicable.
1979 to 1983 Flopetrol Brazil: Assigned as electric line engineer running high accuracy pressure gauges for clients throughout the Region. During this period was sent to France for six months to attend one of the first transient analysis schools in Flopetrol under Bourdet and Gringarten. Analysis engineer in charge of transient analysis providing consulting services to Spanish and multinational clients. Planned and executed high accuracy pressure gauge jobs and followed through with analysis and presentation of the results including reserve estimation where applicable.
1974 to 1979 Flopetrol (various): After three months training assigned as electric line engineer running high accuracy pressure gauges for clients throughout the world.

Contenidos

Description
The KAPPA foundation pressure / rate transient analysis (FPTA/RTA) course has been designed to teach the generic methodology and the practice of pressure transient analysis (PTA) and rate transient analysis (RTA) in addition to the mechanics of Saphir and Topaze software which is learnt almost as a by-product. The emphasis is therefore on a visual and conceptual approach to interpretation including only essential mathematics. Full theory, including formulae and derivations are provided, as well as the conceptual explanation of PTA and RTA in the accompanying KAPPA dynamic data analysis (DDA) handbook provided to each attendee.
Field examples are used to illustrate each concept. By the end of the course the attendee should be capable of performing analyses and developing interpretations. In addition, the attendee should have the foundations sufficient for developing further experience in transient and production analysis.

Course Content:

Introduction to PTA and RTA
When do we perform PTA or RTA?

Basic theory of diffusion PTA / RTA
The basic principles and terminology governing both methods. Introduction to Darcy’s law and the equation of state leading to the diffusivity equation, the principle of superposition, infinite-acting radial flow, wellbore storage and skin and pseudo-steady state.

PTA methodology
Methodology from the simple straight line Horner to the current model-on-the-fly Bourdet derivative.

QA/QC
The quality control process before making an analysis.

Saphir practical
The basic Saphir features including the interpretation path of load, edit, synchronizing, model, classical methods, the derivative and the application to field examples.

Well models
Vertical wells, skin, finite/infinite conductivity fractures, limited entry and horizontal wells.

Reservoir models
Homogenous and heterogeneous models behavior including 2Φ, 2κ and composite

Boundary models

Single limit, intersecting, parallel faults and closed system. Includes typical errors encountered when diagnosing a boundary effect with an illustration of superposition effects and the influence of production duration on the analysis.

Basic gas tests

The use of pseudopressures and multiple period analysis for rate dependant skin includes an isochronal test example.

IPR AOF

The IPR AOF options in Saphir and the connection to the Amethyste WPA module.

Test design                                                                                                                                                   

Test objectives and how to design a test to achieve them.

RTA methodology

Methodology from the basic empirical methods including Arps and Fetkovich to the current modern Blasingame, material balance and loglog diagnostic plots.

Topaze practical

The basic Topaze features including the interpretation path of load, edit, model, p(q), q(p), fast model and the application to field examples.

Basic numerical PTA /RTA

The principle of the linear (single phase) numerical model, how to build a model including defining the well type, composite zones, faults and thickness.

An introduction to advanced features

Formulario de inscripción

Si deseas inscribirte para separar tu cupo y realizar el pago posteriormente, llena el siguiente formulario:

  • Los campos marcados con asterisco (*) son obligatorios.
  • Nombres*Apellidos*Doc.ID*Email*Teléfono Móvil*Cargo* 
  • Formato: Código País - Código Área - Teléfono
  • Datos para la facturación

  • Formato: Código País - Código Área - Teléfono
  • Condiciones de Inscripción y Pago

    Preinscripción: El participante debe diligenciar y enviar el formulario de inscripción con el comprobante de pago o carta de la empresa que autorice la facturación. Para empresas del Estado o privadas que lo exijan, anexar la carta de asignación presupuestal. Procedimiento de Pago: Si el valor de la inscripción es en DÓLARES se calcula en pesos de acuerdo a la Tasa Representativa del Mercado (TRM) del día de pago. *El pago se debe realizar por consignación bancaria en la cuenta de ELITE TRAINING o tarjeta de crédito antes de iniciar el evento. *Después de realizado el pago, en caso de cancelar la participación después de la fecha límite indicada en las condiciones de participación de este curso en nuestra página web, el cliente deberá pagar la totalidad del valor del curso y este valor se abonará para cualquier otro curso de su interés o se permitirá el cambio del participante inscrito hasta 2 días hábiles antes del inicio del curso. ELITE TRAINING se reserva el derecho de cancelar el curso, si el número de inscripciones es insuficiente para asegurar el éxito del mismo. Si esto ocurre, se hará un reembolso completo del pago o se dará la oportunidad de transferir el cupo a otra fecha asignada para el curso.
  • Mediante el diligenciamiento y envío de este formulario otorgo de manera libre, expresa y voluntaria la autorización para el tratamiento de mis datos personales, los cuales se manejarán para las finalidades descritas en las políticas de tratamiento de datos personales y se enmarcarán bajo los lineamientos de la ley 1581 del 2012, el decreto 1074 del 2015 y sus normas reglamentarias.
    Ver nuestras políticas para protección de datos personales

    IMPORTANTE: Si después de enviar el formulario no se muestra una página de confirmación, por favor vuelve al formulario y revisa si falta información requerida.