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Reservoir Series

Well Testing
Designed for: Duration Learning Level:
(days)
The course is written for engineers who will be involved in both planning and interpreting Skills
well tests. A reasonable level of reservoir engineering knowledge is required, eg Knowledge
fluid property characterisation. It is suitable for reservoir engineers with 1-5 years 1 2 3 4 5

experience, or those who have not practised well test design and analysis before.
flexible
Awareness

This course shows you how to approach the planning, witnessing, interpretation and
reporting of a well test. An expansive case study is provided which is used as an example
of oil well testing. Separate examples are used for gas well testing and other more
complex tests.

The mathematical background to transient pressure testing is covered in sufficient detail to allow the theory
behind the basic interpretation techniques to be understood.

Surface FTHP Oil


readout & Data Gas burner
FTHT
T,P Header flare
Samples
Chem. Inj.
Diverter manifold

Gas meter
Choke
Manifold

Christmas
Tree
Heater

Psep, Tsep
Wireline

Test Separator
Test string
Liquid Dimensionless time, tD/CD
meter
Casing 0.1 1 10 100 1,000 10,000
100
Psep, Tsep CDe2S
Downhole Curve match CDe2S = 4 x 109
pressure 1030
temp. gauge
Pressure match = 0.0179
Test Tank
(for low flowrates)
Time match = 14.8 1015
1,000
Transfer
108
10
PD and (tD/CD)PD

Pump 104
102
3
0.3

100
1
Δp, psi

10
0.1

1
0.01 0.1 1 10 100

Early Development Business & Risk


E&P Overview Open Air
Reservoir Coaching
Wells Master Class
Reservoir Series

Well Testing continued

Course Content:
Introduction to Well Testing Type Curve Analysis
Overview of Well Behavior and Testing, Ramey Type Curves,
Objectives of Well Testing, Gringarten et al Type Curves,
Plan of this Course Manual Bourdet et al Derivative Type Curves,
Fundamentals of Fluid Flow in Porous Media Use of Commercial Well Test Analysis Software
Diffusivity Equation, Drill Stem Testing
Boundary Conditions, Equipment,
Superposition Design and Execution,
Flow and Build-Up Test Analysis for Oil Wells Analysis - Ramey et al ,
Closed Chamber DST
Analysis of Flow Tests,
Analysis of Build-up Tests, Special Applications
Radius of Investigation, Interference and Pulse Testing,
Wellbore Storage Effects, Hydraulically Fractured Wells,
Skin – damage and stimulation, Naturally Fractured Reservoirs,
Effect of Partial Penetration and Deviation, Horizontal Well Analysis
Drainage Area Pressure, Distance to Boundaries
Flow and Build-Up Test Analysis for Natural Gas Wells
Pseudopressure,
Non-Darcy Flow,
Analysis of Gas Well Flow Tests,
Multirate Tests,
Analysis of Gas Well Build-up Tests

Course Duration:
Duration is 3 - 5 days

Other courses available from this series:


Basic geoscience
Introduction to Geophysics Course Tutor
Openhole petrophysical interpretation
Core description
Production geology
Reservoir modelling
Fractured reservoir characterisation
Geology for drilling Engineers
Reservoir engineering John Gallivan PhD
Main Series tutoring: Reservoir, Business & Risk, Master Class
Introduction to horizontal well performance Industry experience: 30 years, reservoir and petroleum
Prospect Evaluation engineering, economics
Logging while Drilling Career background: BNOC, Britoil, BP, Heriot-Watt and TRACS
Personal: AGR Director, Moscow

AGR TRACS Training Karenslyst allé 4


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