Course description

Reservoir engineering fundamentals and principles of various enhanced oil recovery processes. The recovery processes include miscible gas, WAG, chemical, and thermal flooding.


reservoir and petroleum engineers, production engineers, geologists, petrophysicists, workover and production engineers, senior petroleum engineering students, and others interested in EOR processes.


Course content

•    Introduction
•    Well vertical flow performance and reservoir rock properties
•    Fluid properties in – depth study
•    Secondary Recovery Methods
•    EOR Methods
•    Optimum Time to Start an EOR Project
•    Improved Water Injection Methods
•    Improved Miscible Gas Injection Methods
•    Polymer Food
•    Ternary Diagram
•    Slim Tube and Swelling Tests
•    CO2 Injection
•    WAG Flood
•    Determining Optimum Size of the WAG Flood
•    Field Experience
•    Equations of State
•    Tuning EOS for Application in Compositional Modeling
•    First Contact Miscible Flood
•    Compositional Modeling
•    Multi-Contact Miscible Flood
•    N2 Injection
•    Air Injection in Light Oil Reservoir
•    ASP Flood
•    Micellar Flood
•    Team Project – North Carsen field; Field Development
•    Thermal Recovery Methods
•    Steam Injection
•    Huff-n- Puff
•    Fire Food
•    SAGD Flood
•    Field Development Strategy
•    Where to Drill
•    Volumetric Efficiency
•    Conformance Problem
•    Pilot Testing
•    Team Project – North Carsen field; Field Management
•    New Development in EOR/IOR
•    New Technologies
•    Reservoir Modeling
•    Team Project – Presentation and Discussion

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