Code Date Venue Early Bird Fee Fee
PE1356 28 Sep - 02 Oct 2020 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia SGD 5,199 SGD 5,399 Remind me of Course Dates
PE1356 28 Sep - 02 Oct 2020 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia RM 15,597 RM 16,197 Remind me of Course Dates

Code

PE1356

Date

28 Sep - 02 Oct 2020

Venue

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Early Bird Fee

SGD 5,199

Fee

SGD 5,399

Code

PE1356

Date

28 Sep - 02 Oct 2020

Venue

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Early Bird Fee

RM 15,597

Fee

RM 16,197

About this Training Course 

Reservoir engineering methods as practised in carbonate fields will be addressed in this 5-day training course. Practical and actual carbonate reservoir problems and examples will be used to illustrate relevant subjects. Specific reservoir engineering problems related to the heterogeneity, fluid-rock interaction and the often fractured nature of carbonate rocks will be examined.

By the end of this course, participants will have a deeper knowledge of modern reservoir engineering practices for carbonate reservoir development and production, including the construction and use of reservoir models.

By the end of this course, participants will develop an understanding of Reservoir Engineering applications in Carbonate fields in topics such as:

  • rock properties of carbonate and fractured reservoirs
  • reservoir fluid behaviour
  • identification of main production mechanisms
  • well behaviour and well testing
  • application of Decline Curve Analysis
  • detailed modelling of wells and reservoirs
  • water flooding
  • application of EOR methods in carbonate reservoirs
  • production forecasting and scenario methods
  • reserves and resource estimation
  • aspects of simulation model selection, construction and well, aquifer and fluid modelling

The course has been designed for experienced reservoir engineers with prior technical or engineering exposure to production activities in carbonate reservoirs.

Petroleum engineers and geoscientists who require more than general knowledge of carbonate reservoir engineering will also find this course useful.

Your expert course leader is a Director and Senior Consultant Geologist who has worked on various carbonate consultancy projects, conducted detailed sedimentological, sequence stratigraphic and diagenetic technical studies and delivered training programmes. He was formerly Managing Director of Robertson UK Limited and was responsible for the  integration between different disciplines, recognition and encouragement of technical innovation and research and development programmes across all oil and gas divisions in the company. He was also responsible for all aspects of the performance of the main Geological, Geophysical and Reservoir Engineering Services in the company.

RECENT PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2014 to present: Current Position: Director and Senior Consultant Geologist, Petrosedi Limited
Involved in various Carbonate consultancy projects and Training programmes

Presenter, ‘Carbonate Reservoir Geology’, 5-day practical and theoretical course for introductory and medium level
Delivered in Abu Dhabi (2014, 2015, 2019); Qatar (2015), Oman (2015); Tunis (2014); Tokyo(2015); Hamburg(2015)
Practical core description training Tunis (2014), Kuwait (2018)

UAE: Detailed sedimentological, sequence stratigraphic and diagenetic technical studies of the Thamama (A-G) formation for rock typing and modelling
Core description of the Thamama and Arab Formations
Core description and modelling of the Asab Oolite and Habshan Formations

 

After graduating from Liverpool University in 1980, your other expert course leader joined Robertson Research International (now CGG Services) in the reservoir geology division. His role included Sedimentologist and project manager of a wide range of carbonate reservoir and basin exploration studies within the principal petroleum provinces worldwide. He has studied all of the major reservoir strata within the Middle East and North Africa and has worked, in a senior position, closely with other disciplines on both regional evaluation and field wide reservoir simulation projects. He has been seconded to a major national oil company in Qatar, Middle East as part of a team of geoscientists and engineers formulating production strategies on the basis of geological reservoir modelling. The secondment also included training of nationals involved in the project. In addition, he was seconded to Robertson Research Utama Indonesia P.T. as Unit Head of Sedimentology and Reservoir Geology. On behalf of Robertson, he regularly delivered reservoir geology training courses. His final role at CGG Robertson was Manager of Carbonate Sedimentology. He recently retired from CGG Robertson and has set up his own consultancy company.