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Well Stimulation Technologies (PRE15)

  • 21-24 October 20194 daysBogota, ColombiaCourse Fee: 3800 USDLanguage: Spanish

Description

This course covers the main aspects of Well Stimulation whose main objective is to repair formation damage in order to restore/increase production.
It starts by presenting the basic concepts for stimulation job design, execution and follow up. Discussion is carried out on formation damage and its effect on well performance and planning of acid stimulation treatments. Focus is given to the main causes of formation damage (damage during drilling, cementing, perforating, producing and working over wells) and how these may be identified.

Course Level: Skill
Instructor: Antonio Abreu

Designed for you, if you are...

  • A petroleum engineer
  • A production engineer or manager
  • A development geologist
  • A field engineer or manager
  • Oil field technical staff

How we build your confidence

  • The course will be presented using properly designed slides, some with animation and several videos on relevant issues
  • Teaching methods include also calculations on related issues
  • Several examples of actual Stimulation Programs will be presented

The benefits from attending

By the end of the course you will feel confident in your understanding of:

  • Introduction to stimulation operations
  • Formation damage mechanisms and their identification
  • Brainstorming on skin damage
  • Acids reactions and their selection for carbonates and sandstones
  • Acids and additives used in matrix stimulation
  • Candidate well selection
  • Acid treatment design
  • Acid placement and diverting technologies
  • Acid displacement and flow back
  • Laboratory tests
  • Acid fracturing design basics
  • HSE and acidizing operations
  • Safety & quality assurance

Topics

  • Formation damage and stimulation
  • Diagenesis of sandstones
  • Damage and other considerations
  • Acid formulations
  • Key questions and issues in acidizing sandstones
  • Acid stimulation techniques
  • Scales and organic deposits
  • Acidizing additives
  • Sandstone acidizing
  • Candidate selection and acid treatment design
  • Acid placement and diversion
  • Laboratory testing
  • Stoichiometry
  • Stoichiometry calculations with chemical formulas and equations
  • Acidizing safety and environmental protection
  • Hydraulic fracturing basics
  • Examples of exercises for preliminary job design


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