Reservoir engineering is an important discipline used in Oil & Gas industry for the estimation of hydrocarbons present in a reservoir, recovery factor and attachment of a time scale. The course included a study of phase behaviour of multi-component hydrocarbon systems, with a full explanation of the calculation method used in order to obtain practical and reliable results related to the movement of fluids and recovery of oil and natural gas.
- Hydrocarbons volume determination
- Recovery factor
- Volumetric gas reservoir engineering
- Real gas equation applied to reservoir engineering
- Hydrocarbon phase behaviour
- PVT analysis for oil
- Fluid sampling
- PVT laboratory analysis
- Material balances applied to oil reservoirs
- Applications of Darcy law
- Well stimulation
- Supplementary recovery
- Differential equations for radial flow
- Oil well testing
- Gas well testing
- Natural water influx
- Immiscible displacement
- Introduction to reservoir engineering software
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