This course provides structured information about testing methods, data acquisition and related downhole tools and surface equipment used in the hazardous business of well testing. It includes a comprehensive overview of the technology application, details of the hardware with its benefits and limitations, all important operational aspects of oil and gas well testing as well as safety procedures and recommended practices. A dedicated module covers the theory and practice of well test analysis and interpretation as well as test design.
Optional: Practical exercises on interpretation software (licence fees are not included in course fee)
Course Structure: 28 modules of 1 hour each, delivered over 4 days Each day will consist of 7 modules of 1 hour length with multiple breaks and a 1 hour lunch break.
Course Level: Foundation Instructor: Lukasz Ostrowski
Designed for you, if you are...
A geologist, petrophysicist, reservoir engineer, supervisor or manager involved in formation evaluation, reserve estimation and general reservoir engineering
Directly involved in well test operations
Dealing with service companies offering well testing
A professional with basic reservoir engineering knowledge
Previous experience in well testing is not required.
How we build your confidence
A comprehensive overview of practical well testing operations
Typical offshore and onshore equipment set-up with stress on safety precautions
Significant time is spent on test design and prediction runs
Step-by-step introduction in well test analysis and methodology helps understand the functionality of specialised interpretation software
Demonstration of commercial software for well test interpretation with numerous examples