4-7 Agustus 2009
Pembicara / Fasilitator
Dr. Ir. Sudjati Rachmat, DEA
Per participant, excluding accommodation & tax.
Hydrocarbon systems found in petroleum reservoirs are known to display multi-phase behavior over wide ranges of pressure and temperatures. The most important phases that occur in petroleum reservoirs are: liquid phase (crude oil or condensates) and gas (natural gases). This course will explain the hydrocarbon phase behavior and practical application in reservoir and production engineering. Firstly it will review the principles of phase behavior and illustrate the use of phase diagram in describing the volumetric behavior of single-component, two-component, and multi-component system.
It will also present numerous mathematical and graphical correlations for estimating physical and critical properties of the undefined petroleum fraction, evaluation of properties of natural gases and introduces their application in Darcy’s equation and material balance equation. A complete and cohesive independent unit on methods of determining the crude oil physical properties, presents the concept and application of vapor-liquid phase equilibrium, developments and advanced in the field of empirical cubic equation of state and application in petroleum engineering. Details scheme of splitting and lumping of petroleum-fraction.
Properly understanding the reservoir fluid properties is very significant and are very importance steps during the entire life of the oil and reservoir developments and operations. This five-day training will provide a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of reservoir fluid properties and application to reservoir and production engineering to keep excellent reservoir and production performance as long as possible.
Refresh the knowledge of the participants on reservoir fluid properties.
Understand the basic principles of hydrocarbon phase behavior and its application in petroleum engineering.
Learn the numerous mathematical and graphical correlation for estimating physical and critical properties of the undefined petroleum fraction
Enhance the knowledge on hydrocarbon phase behavior, reservoir fluid properties and application.
Gain additional knowledge on recent technology in reservoir fluid properties calculation and correlation.
Knowledge sharing among the participants and instructors
1. Basic Phase Behavior
Single Component Systems
Two Component Systems
Multi Component Systems
Classification of Reservoir and Reservoir Fluids
2. Pure Component Physical Properties and Characterizing Undefined Petroleum Fraction
General Correlation for Estimating Physical Properties of Hydrocarbon Fraction
Critical Compressibility Factors
Characterizing Hydrocarbon Heavy Fractions
Determining of Physical Properties of Heavy Petroleum Fraction from Correlation
3. Properties of Natural Gases
Behavior of Ideal Gases
Ideal Gas Mixtures
Properties of Ideal Gas Mixtures
Behavior of Real Gases
Effect of Non Hydrocarbon Components on the Z-Factor
Correction for Non Hydrocarbons
Correction for High-Molecular-Weight Gases
Direct Calculation of Compressibility Factors
Compressibility of Natural Gases
Gas Formation Volume Factor & Viscosity
Engineering Application of natural gases PVT Properties
4. Phase Behavior of Crude Oils
Crude Oil Density and Specific Gravity
Methods for Determining Density of Crude Oils as Unknown Composition
Methods for Determining Density of Liquids as Unknown Composition
Isothermal Compressibility Coefficient of Undersaturated Crude Oils
Density of Undersaturated Crude Oils
Oil Formation Factor of Undersaturated Crude Oils
Total Formation Volume Factor
Total System Isothermal Compressibility Coefficient
Crude Oil Viscosity
Bubble Point and Surface Tension
Application of the Crude Oil PVT P
The Material Balance Equation for Oil Reservoirs
5. Vapor-Liquid Phase Equilibrium
Equilibrium Ratio & Flash Calculation
Application of Equilibrium Ratio in Petroleum Engineering
6. Equation of State
The General Sized Form of Equation of State
Application of Equation of State for Petroleum Engineering
Three-Phase Equilibrium Calculation
7. Splitting Lumping Schemes of Petroleum Fraction
Splitting Schemes & Lumping Schemes
Simulation of Laboratory PVT Data by Equation of State
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
The following selected participants should attend this course:
- Field Young and Senior Operators.
- Fresh Petroleum, Reservoir, Production and Facility/Process Engineer
- Asset Management Team members and Business Development Manager
- Production staff , and Operation Personnel who is responsible for the Oil and Gas Reservoir development design and implementation
- Experienced professional who wants to refresh or broaden their understanding of Oil and Gas Properties in the purposes of fields development.
- Other professionals who want a better understanding of the subject
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