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Unformatted text preview: PE 4553 Integrated Reservoir Management Spring 2012 This list is not comprehensive and should not be perceived as requirements for completion of your project. All projects differ and may contain other elements. At the very least, however, these considerations should be included in your final and midterm reports and presentations. Include in Midterm Presentation (Submit: March 2nd, Presentation: March 5th and 7th 1:30-2:45 PM (A235) and 5:30-7:00PM (1430)) 1. Location map of wells 2. Stratigraphic column 3. Digitized Logs Petrel a. Porosity/Lithology Cross plots b. Calculated porosity shown on raster background (as shown in Project Evaluation) c. Pickett Plot 4. Orthogonal structural cross sections a. Correlate well logs across study area b. Show any fluid contacts c. Stratigraphic cross sections may be more applicable in resource plays 5. Structure maps for producing formations 6. Isopach maps (gross pay and net pay) 7. Submit a presentation (Presentation: February 13th and 15th) 8. Geology (Depositional Environment, Seismic, Major features, Core data) 9. Annotated strip logs - Summarize current production zones 10. Wellbore schematics - wells to include casing depths, casing size, casing weight, cement tops (very important when evaluating uphole formations), perforations, stimulations volumes, plugs, tubing and packer depths, rod string size and depth, pumping unit and polish rod size. 11. Describe the reservoir recovery mechanism (s) 12. Porosity, permeability, capillary pressure, relative permeability, water resistivity, and initial water saturation determination (wellbore Sg ! h or So ! h) 1. Include (additionally) in Final Presentation (Submit: April 27th, Presentations: April 30th and May 2nd 1:30-2:45 PM (A235) and 5:30- 7:00PM (1430))) 13. PVT properties and initial fluid contacts 14. Create dynamic simulation model from previously created geologic model. Compute OGIP and OOIP. 15. Decline Curve analysis and OGIP or OOIP. Compare with simulation model results. 16. Couple log calculations with original hydrocarbons in place to determine drainage areas. Compute drainage volumes from simulation deck. 17. Probability Distributions (EURs, drainage areas, etc.) 18. Bubble maps for cumulative productions 19. Describe surface production equipment in your field. Provide schematic of surface facilities (separators, stock tanks, etc.) at wellhead and/or tank battery; annotate with size and pressure limitations. 20. Project Proposal 21. Economic data operating expenses, anticipated expenses (drilling costs, recompletion costs). 22. Performance Prediction methods and project economics ...
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