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Advanced Reservoir Engineering

Workshop on Advanced Reservoir Engineering

Title Advanced Reservoir Engineering
Duration  30 hrs.  (5 Days)
Name and position of instructor Dr. Mohammad Ahmadi(Assistant Professor, Department of Petroleum Engineering, Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran, Iran)
Venue Department of Petroleum Engineering, Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran, Iran
Date Around January-February, 2020
Fee 750$

Aims & objectives: This workshop provides an extensive review of the applications and practical aspects of formation testing and production logging for reservoir characterization. In the end, the participants will be able to employ different approaches for evaluation, characterization, and modeling of reservoirs, including material balance, decline curve analysis, and rate transient analysis.

Row Outline and syllabus Duration
1 Uncertainty quantification for hydrocarbon reserves 3 hrs.  (day 1)
2 General and modified material balance equations: review, development, and applications 3 hrs.  (day 1)
3 Study and applications of time-dependent MBE and advanced models 3 hrs.  (day 2)
4 Decline curve analysis for prediction of abandonment time 3 hrs.  (day 2)
5 Applications of rate transient analysis: reservoir characterization 3 hrs.  (day 3)
6 Developing general solutions of diffusivity equation and formation testing methods 3 hrs.  (day 3)
7 Methods for analyzing time-dependent data information testing 3 hrs.  (day 4)
8 Methods for analysis and interpretation of production logs 3 hrs.  (day 4)
9 Volumetric calculations and the time-dependent MBE 3 hrs.  (day 5)
10 Time-dependent volumetric calculations and material balance analysis assisted by IPR method 3 hrs.  (day 5)

■ Registration method

Applicants should initially register at kish.aut.ac.ir (short-courses menu) and upload their scans in good quality. After registration, the tracking code is allocated to the applicant, which must be stored and provided to the University’s affiliate. Applicants must choose the option (Short-course on Advanced Reservoir Engineering) in the registration process. After registering, the University will contact them and set the final time, location, and method of tuition fee payment.

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Advanced Reservoir Rock Properties

Workshop on Advanced Reservoir Rock Properties

Title Advanced Reservoir Rock Properties
Duration  30 hrs.  (5 Days)
Name and position of instructor Dr. Mohammad Ahmadi(Assistant Professor, Department of Petroleum Engineering, Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran, Iran)
Venue Department of Petroleum Engineering, Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran, Iran
Date Around January-February, 2020
Fee 750$

Aims & objectives: This workshop will address all the principles of reservoir rock properties by focusing on geological concepts, studying porosity variations, different properties measurement techniques, interfacial phenomena. The rock properties and the rock interactions with fluids (gases, liquid hydrocarbons, and aqueous solutions) in hydrocarbon reservoirs will be studied.

Row Outline and syllabus Duration
1 Introduction to the course and review of geological concepts 3 hrs.  (day 1)
2 Review of porosity types in different rocks and study of porosity variations 3 hrs.  (day 1)
3 Study of different laboratory and indirect porosity measurement techniques 3 hrs.  (day 2)
4 Investigation of saturation and formation resistivity concepts 3 hrs.  (day 2)
5 Study of surface physics and capillary pressure concepts 3 hrs.  (day 3)
6 Darcy’s law for fluid flow in porous media and its applications   3 hrs.  (day 3)
7 Laboratory permeability measurement techniques 3 hrs.  (day 4)
8 Non-Darcy effects and the Klinkerberg slippage phenomena 3 hrs.  (day 4)
9 Defining the relative permeability of different fluid phases and special core analysis techniques for laboratory measurements 3 hrs.  (day 5)
10 Reservoir petrophysical rock typing assisted by integration of SCAL/RCAL data 3 hrs.  (day 5)

■ Registration method

Applicants should initially register at kish.aut.ac.ir (short-courses menu) and upload their scans in good quality. After registration, the tracking code is allocated to the applicant, which must be stored and provided to the University’s affiliate. Applicants must choose the option (Short-course on Advanced Reservoir Rock Properties) in the registration process. After registering, the University will contact them and set the final time, location, and method of tuition fee payment.

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Advanced Reservoir Simulation

Workshop on Advanced Reservoir Simulation

Title Advanced Reservoir Simulation
Duration  30 hrs.  (5 Days)
Name and position of instructor Dr. Alireza Kazemi(Assistant Professor, Department of Petroleum Engineering, Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran, Iran)
Venue Department of Petroleum Engineering, Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran, Iran
Date Around January-February, 2020
Fee 750$

■ Aims & objectives: Dynamic reservoir models are essential when investigating reservoir behavior, optimizing reservoir performance, designing complex wells, estimating uncertainties and providing the basis for risk managing. The participants will learn various algorithms, concepts, and possible uses of reservoir simulators.

Row Outline and syllabus Duration
1 History and classification of reservoir simulations 3 hrs.  (day 1)
2 Review of fluid properties for simulation, black oil properties, equation of state modeling, and modified black oil models 3 hrs.  (day 1)
3 Rock properties, saturation functions, upgrading, and upscaling 3 hrs.  (day 2)
4 General-purpose formulation and discretization methods 3 hrs.  (day 2)
5 Gridding-structured and unstructured gridding approaches and modeling structural elements in the simulation 3 hrs.  (day 3)
6 Representing wells in reservoir simulation and history matching 3 hrs.  (day 3)
7 Compositional and fractured reservoir simulation, numerical model, and matrix-fractured exchange 3 hrs.  (day 4)
8 Geo-statistic and reservoir simulation 3 hrs.  (day 4)
9 Case studies (I): synthetic simulation models 3 hrs.  (day 5)
10 Case studies (II): field-scale simulations 3 hrs.  (day 5)

■ Registration method

Applicants should initially register at kish.aut.ac.ir (short-courses menu) and upload their scans in good quality. After registration, the tracking code is allocated to the applicant, which must be stored and provided to the University’s affiliate. Applicants must choose the option (Short-course on Advanced Reservoir Simulation) in the registration process. After registering, the University will contact them and set the final time, location, and method of tuition fee payment.

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Applied Mathematics for Petroleum Engineering

Workshop on Applied Mathematics for Petroleum Engineering

Title Applied Mathematics for Petroleum Engineering
Duration  30 hrs.  (5 Days)
Name and position of instructor Dr. Mohammad Ahmadi(Assistant Professor, Department of Petroleum Engineering, Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran, Iran)
Venue Department of Petroleum Engineering, Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran, Iran
Date Around January-February, 2020
Fee 750$

Aims & objectives: This workshop is aimed to develop the necessary mathematical skills of petroleum engineers that are imperative for an effective understanding of mathematical problems encountered in petroleum engineering. There will be a particular emphasis on PDEs and analytical solution methods. In addition, the mathematical modeling of fluid flow in porous media will be taught.

Row Outline and syllabus Duration
1 Formulation and modeling in petroleum engineering 3 hrs.  (day 1)
2 Concepts of Fourier series, integrals, and transformation 3 hrs.  (day 1)
3 The solution of boundary value PDEs with Fourier transformation 3 hrs.  (day 2)
4 The solution of boundary value PDEs with separation of variables method 3 hrs.  (day 2)
5 Laplace transformation and its applications for solving PDEs 3 hrs.  (day 3)
6 Numerical inversion of Laplace transforms 3 hrs.  (day 3)
7 Combination of variables method for solving boundary value PDEs in petroleum engineering 3 hrs.  (day 4)
8 Lagrange set and its applications for solving linear PDEs 3 hrs.  (day 4)
9 Green theory and functions, and its applications for source-sink problems 3 hrs.  (day 5)
10 Higher-order linear PDEs and their solutions 3 hrs.  (day 5)

■ Registration method

Applicants should initially register at kish.aut.ac.ir (short-courses menu) and upload their scans in good quality. After registration, the tracking code is allocated to the applicant, which must be stored and provided to the University’s affiliate. Applicants must choose the option (Short-course on Applied Mathematics for Petroleum Engineering) in the registration process. After registering, the University will contact them and set the final time, location, and method of tuition fee payment.

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Capillarity in Rocks

Workshop on Capillarity in Rocks

Title Capillarity in Rocks
Duration  30 hrs.  (5 Days)
Name and position of instructor Dr. Mehdi Shabani(Assistant Professor, Department of Petroleum Engineering, Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran, Iran)
Venue Department of Petroleum Engineering, Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran, Iran
Date Around January-February, 2020
Fee 750$

■ Aims & objectives: The course provides detailed knowledge of how capillarity affects hydrocarbon distribution in the reservoir rock, and how the magnitude of capillary forces can be used to deduce valuable information about rock properties including pore throat sizes, pore network geometry, porosity, and permeability. Several in-class exercises reinforce the course learning and provide students with experience using capillary pressure data for reservoir characterization. Tasks will be worked on the computer using spreadsheet software.

Row Outline and syllabus Duration
1 Capillary pressure applications in reservoir characterization 3 hrs.  (day 1)
2 Rock properties from mercury/air capillary pressures 3 hrs.  (day 1)
3 Capillary pressure data representativeness and fitting methods 3 hrs.  (day 2)
4 Capillary forces in reservoir rock and their measurement 3 hrs.  (day 2)
5 Representing a large number of capillary curves: averaging 3 hrs.  (day 3)
6 Permeability from capillary pressure curves and petrography 3 hrs.  (day 3)
7 Saturation-height functions, surface phenomena, capillarity, wettability, and interphase tension 3 hrs.  (day 4)
8 Competition between capillarity and gravity forces 3 hrs.  (day 4)
9 Initial and residual saturations relationships 3 hrs.  (day 5)
10 Clay-bound water, capillary pressure vs. NMR, and seal capacity 3 hrs.  (day 5)

■ Registration method

Applicants should initially register at kish.aut.ac.ir (short-courses menu) and upload their scans in good quality. After registration, the tracking code is allocated to the applicant, which must be stored and provided to the University’s affiliate. Applicants must choose the option (Short-course on Capillarity in Rocks) in the registration process. After registering, the University will contact them and set the final time, location, and method of tuition fee payment.

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Coring and Core Analysis

Workshop on Coring and Core Analysis

Title Coring and Core Analysis
Duration  30 hrs.  (5 Days)
Name and position of instructor Dr. Mehdi Shabani(Assistant Professor, Department of Petroleum Engineering, Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran, Iran)
Venue Department of Petroleum Engineering, Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran, Iran
Date Around January-February, 2020
Fee 750$

■ Aims & objectives: Core-based measurements offer the most tangible means of determining critical reservoir parameters. Core analysis can play a vital role in field equity or unitization and is often considered to be the ground truth to which other measurements are compared (e.g., wireline logging). Using a multidisciplinary approach, participants are taken through the steps necessary to obtain reliable core analysis data and solve formation evaluation problems. Throughout the course, participants are given hands-on problems and practical laboratory and field examples, which reinforce the instruction.

Row Outline and syllabus Duration
1 Coring and core analysis objectives and coring hardware 3 hrs.  (day 1)
2 Core-handling, wellsite procedure, sidewall coring, and analysis 3 hrs.  (day 1)
3 Organizing effective laboratory programs 3 hrs.  (day 2)
4 Unconventional reservoir analytical protocol 3 hrs.  (day 2)
5 Quality control in core analysis, petrography, and mineralogy 3 hrs.  (day 3)
6 Special core analysis sample selection and statistical data analysis 3 hrs.  (day 3)
7 Core-log correlation: an introduction to rock mechanics 3 hrs.  (day 4)
8 Wettability, relative permeability, and capillary pressure 3 hrs.  (day 4)
9 Data integration in reservoir simulation 3 hrs.  (day 5)
10 Final problem: design of coring and core analysis program 3 hrs.  (day 5)

■ Registration method

Applicants should initially register at kish.aut.ac.ir (short-courses menu) and upload their scans in good quality. After registration, the tracking code is allocated to the applicant, which must be stored and provided to the University’s affiliate. Applicants must choose the option (Short-course on Coring and Core Analysis) in the registration process. After registering, the University will contact them and set the final time, location, and method of tuition fee payment.

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Foundations of Petrophysics (FPP)

Workshop on Foundations of Petrophysics (FPP)

Title Foundations of Petrophysics (FPP)
Duration  30 hrs.  (5 Days)
Name and position of instructor Dr. Mehdi Shabani(Assistant Professor, Department of Petroleum Engineering, Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran, Iran)
Venue Department of Petroleum Engineering, Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran, Iran
Date Around January-February, 2020
Fee 750$

■ Aims & objectives: Principles, applications, and integration of petrophysical information for reservoir description will be discussed in depth. Through a combination of class discussions and exercises, participants will learn how to conduct competent quick-look evaluations. Using data from open-hole logs, logging-while-drilling, and core data you will evaluate porosity, permeability, and saturation in a variety of reservoirs. Knowing how to integrate petrophysical information with other data sources will improve participants’ ability to assess technical risk when examining hydrocarbon opportunities.

Row Outline and syllabus Duration
1 The theory and operation of major petrophysical tools 3 hrs.  (day 1)
2 Calibrating porosity and permeability from core and log sources 3 hrs.  (day 1)
3 Applying open-hole logging, borehole seismic, LWD/MWD (I) 3 hrs.  (day 2)
4 Applying open-hole logging, borehole seismic, LWD/MWD (II) 3 hrs.  (day 2)
5 Analyzing and integrating log, core, geoscience, and well data (I) 3 hrs.  (day 3)
6 Analyzing and integrating log, core, geoscience, and well data (II) 3 hrs.  (day 3)
7 Petrophysical tool combinations for specific applications (I) 3 hrs.  (day 4)
8 Petrophysical tool combinations for specific applications (II) 3 hrs.  (day 4)
9 Impact of petrophysical analysis on uncertainty estimates (I) 3 hrs.  (day 5)
10 Impact of petrophysical analysis on uncertainty estimates (II) 3 hrs.  (day 5)

■ Registration method

Applicants should initially register at kish.aut.ac.ir (short-courses menu) and upload their scans in good quality. After registration, the tracking code is allocated to the applicant, which must be stored and provided to the University’s affiliate. Applicants must choose the option (Short-course on Foundations of Petrophysics (FPP)) in the registration process. After registering, the University will contact them and set the final time, location, and method of tuition fee payment.

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Integration of Rocks, Log, and Test Data

Workshop on Integration of Rocks, Log, and Test Data

Title Integration of Rocks, Log, and Test Data
Duration  30 hrs.  (5 Days)
Name and position of instructor Dr. Mehdi Shabani(Assistant Professor, Department of Petroleum Engineering, Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran, Iran)
Venue Department of Petroleum Engineering, Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran, Iran
Date Around January-February, 2020
Fee 750$

■ Aims & objectives: This course provides the background necessary to address the more complex reservoir evaluation and productivity challenges within exploration, field appraisal, and field development. The key fundamentals of rock properties, logging tools, and engineering data required to solve these problems are reviewed. The concepts are illustrated with a series of real-world examples that become increasingly complex as knowledge is gained in the class. Emphasis is placed on solving problems in a workshop format.

Row Outline and syllabus Duration
1 Objectives of integration and key rock properties 3 hrs.  (day 1)
2 Impact of depositional environment and rock properties 3 hrs.  (day 1)
3 Petrophysical rock type, texture, porosity, and clay impact 3 hrs.  (day 2)
4 Basic logging tools, subsurface rock sampling 3 hrs.  (day 2)
5 Capillary pressure application to pay determination 3 hrs.  (day 3)
6 Methodology for integrated interpretation 3 hrs.  (day 3)
7 Rock typing, catalog approach, and different rock types 3 hrs.  (day 4)
8 Cementation and saturation components CEC fluid sensitivity 3 hrs.  (day 4)
9 Calculation of Vclay/Vshale calibration of core and logs 3 hrs.  (day 5)
10 Effective porosity, calculation of SW, and pay determination 3 hrs.  (day 5)

■ Registration method

Applicants should initially register at kish.aut.ac.ir (short-courses menu) and upload their scans in good quality. After registration, the tracking code is allocated to the applicant, which must be stored and provided to the University’s affiliate. Applicants must choose the option (Short-course on Integration of Rocks, Log, and Test Data) in the registration process. After registering, the University will contact them and set the final time, location, and method of tuition fee payment.

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Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Petrophysics

Workshop on Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Petrophysics

Title Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Petrophysics
Duration  30 hrs.  (5 Days)
Name and position of instructor Dr. Mehdi Shabani(Assistant Professor, Department of Petroleum Engineering, Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran, Iran)
Venue Department of Petroleum Engineering, Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran, Iran
Date Around January-February, 2020
Fee 750$

■ Aims & objectives: NMR today is a must-have technology for many companies because of the value-added to formation-evaluation. This workshop will provide geoscientists and engineers with a basic to intermediate skill-level for using NMR data in reservoir characterization workflows. Course design is a balance between information transfer, discussion, training, and practical exercise. The expectation is that participants will return to their jobs with the presented skill-set.

Row Outline and syllabus Duration
1 Basics of NMR technology 3 hrs.  (day 1)
2 NMR core analysis 3 hrs.  (day 1)
3 Rock typing from NMR core data 3 hrs.  (day 2)
4 Relationship between rock typing and logs 3 hrs.  (day 2)
5 Pore geometry and the meaning of interpreting NMR data 3 hrs.  (day 3)
6 NMR logs 3 hrs.  (day 3)
7 Job planning 3 hrs.  (day 4)
8 Log quality control 3 hrs.  (day 4)
9 Working with NMR data (I) 3 hrs.  (day 5)
10 Working with NMR data (II) 3 hrs.  (day 5)

■ Registration method

Applicants should initially register at kish.aut.ac.ir (short-courses menu) and upload their scans in good quality. After registration, the tracking code is allocated to the applicant, which must be stored and provided to the University’s affiliate. Applicants must choose the option (Short-course on Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Petrophysics) in the registration process. After registering, the University will contact them and set the final time, location, and method of tuition fee payment.

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PVT Characterization and Compositional Modeling of Gas Condensate Volatile

Workshop on PVT Characterization and Compositional Modeling of Gas Condensate Volatile

Title PVT characterization and compositional modeling of gas condensate volatile
Duration  30 hrs.  (5 Days)
Name and position of instructor Dr. Alireza Kazemi(Assistant Professor, Department of Petroleum Engineering, Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran, Iran)
Venue Department of Petroleum Engineering, Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran, Iran
Date Around January-February, 2020
Fee 750$

■ Aims & objectives: In this course, we discuss preparing the most accurate and possible set of values of fluid properties for use in reservoir simulation calculations. The course also introduces the participants to the evolution of modern computational capabilities that allow engineers to use EOS models to study phenomena in gas condensate and volatile oil reservoirs.

Row Outline and syllabus Duration
1 Phase behavior of reservoir fluids (I) 3 hrs.  (day 1)
2 Phase behavior of reservoir fluids (II) 3 hrs.  (day 1)
3 The behavior of gas condensate oil reservoir and fluid flow equation 3 hrs.  (day 2)
4 Volumetric calculation and recovery mechanism of a gas condensate oil reservoir 3 hrs.  (day 2)
5 Applications of PVT study and concept of component grouping 3 hrs.  (day 3)
6 EOS comparison, selection, and tuning and model validation 3 hrs.  (day 3)
7 Initializing the model and Non-Darcy effect modeling 3 hrs.  (day 4)
8 Well deliverability issues by condensate banking 3 hrs.  (day 4)
9 Case study: field development strategy, and natural depletion 3 hrs.  (day 5)
10 Case study: Gas cycling development and uncertainty analysis 3 hrs.  (day 5)

■ Registration method

Applicants should initially register at kish.aut.ac.ir (short-courses menu) and upload their scans in good quality. After registration, the tracking code is allocated to the applicant, which must be stored and provided to the University’s affiliate. Applicants must choose the option (Short-course on PVT Characterization and Compositional Modeling of Gas Condensate Volatile) in the registration process. After registering, the University will contact them and set the final time, location, and method of tuition fee payment.

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Reservoir Engineering for Non-Reservoir Engineers

Workshop on Reservoir Engineering for Non-Reservoir Engineers

Title Reservoir Engineering for Non-Reservoir Engineers
Duration  30 hrs.  (5 Days)
Name and position of instructor Dr. Alireza Kazemi(Assistant Professor, Department of Petroleum Engineering, Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran, Iran)
Venue Department of Petroleum Engineering, Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran, Iran
Date Around January-February, 2020
Fee 750$

■ Aims & objectives: This course provides fundamental knowledge of reservoir engineering: rock characterization, reservoir fluid characterization, production mechanisms, and field development strategy. At the end of the course the students will have practical/ industry oriented knowledge to describe and understand the bases of the behavior of a reservoir.

Row Outline and syllabus Duration
1 Reservoir engineering and reservoir geology and geophysics 3 hrs.  (day 1)
2 Reservoir rock properties and measurements 3 hrs.  (day 1)
3 Fluid and PVT studies and phase behavior 3 hrs.  (day 2)
4 Volumetric calculation of oil and gas in place 3 hrs.  (day 2)
5 Single-phase fluid flow in the reservoir 3 hrs.  (day 3)
6 Multiphase flow in reservoirs 3 hrs.  (day 3)
7 Primary oil and gas production mechanism 3 hrs.  (day 4)
8 Secondary and tertiary recovery 3 hrs.  (day 4)
9 Reservoir simulation 3 hrs.  (day 5)
10 Field development 3 hrs.  (day 5)

■ Registration method

Applicants should initially register at kish.aut.ac.ir (short-courses menu) and upload their scans in good quality. After registration, the tracking code is allocated to the applicant, which must be stored and provided to the University’s affiliate. Applicants must choose the option (Short-course on Reservoir Engineering for Non-Reservoir Engineers) in the registration process. After registering, the University will contact them and set the final time, location, and method of tuition fee payment.

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Reservoir Simulation, History Matching, and Optimization

Workshop on Reservoir Simulation, History Matching, and Optimization

Title Reservoir Simulation, History Matching, and Optimization
Duration  30 hrs.  (5 Days)
Name and position of instructor Dr. Alireza Kazemi(Assistant Professor, Department of Petroleum Engineering, Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran, Iran)
Venue Department of Petroleum Engineering, Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran, Iran
Date Around January-February, 2020
Fee 750$

■ Aims & objectives: This course is designed to cover state-of-the-art techniques/workflows for history matching geologic and reservoir models for both conventional and unconventional reservoirs. The course will discuss manual and assisted history matching methods and also, inverse modeling techniques and the pros and cons of the methods. Field examples will be presented to illustrate the current state of the art and limitations. The use of history matched models for optimizing reservoir development, and management strategies will be discussed.

Row Outline and syllabus Duration
1 History matching: fundamentals, workflow, and overview 3 hrs. (day 1)
2 Review of reservoir simulation equations 3 hrs.  day 1)
3 Background of reservoir simulation and history matching 3 hrs. (day 2)
4 History matching: unconventional reservoirs and performance analysis 3 hrs. (day 2)
5 Drainage volume calculations and completion optimization 3 hrs. (day 3)
6 Streamline-based history matching and application of streamlines 3 hrs. (day 3)
7 History matching and uncertainty analysis: experimental design 3 hrs. (day 4)
8 Multiscale history matching with grid coarsening  3 hrs. (day 4)
9 Case studies: history matching, and rate and well placement optimization 3 hrs. (day 5)
10 New developments in history matching 3 hrs. (day 5)

■ Registration method

Applicants should initially register at kish.aut.ac.ir (short-courses menu) and upload their scans in good quality. After registration, the tracking code is allocated to the applicant, which must be stored and provided to the University’s affiliate. Applicants must choose the option (Short-course on Reservoir Simulation, History Matching, and Optimization) in the registration process. After registering, the University will contact them and set the final time, location, and method of tuition fee payment.

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Streamline Simulation

Workshop on Streamline Simulation

Title Streamline Simulation
Duration  30 hrs.  (5 Days)
Name and position of instructor Dr. Mohammad Ahmadi(Assistant Professor, Department of Petroleum Engineering, Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran, Iran)
Venue Department of Petroleum Engineering, Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran, Iran
Date Around January-February, 2020
Fee 750$

Aims & objectives: This workshop will provide a comprehensive understanding of streamline methods for modeling the fluid flow in porous media. The applications of streamline simulation for static model ranking, production optimization, and history matching, up-scaling, and optimum layering and uncertainty analysis will be thoroughly explained and discussed with case studies.

Row Outline and syllabus Duration
1 Transport analog streamlines: analytical and semi-analytical solutions, and flux-stream approach 3 hrs.  (day 1)
2 Concepts of operator splitting, modeling gravity, and capillarity 3 hrs.  (day 1)
3 Filed studies: applications for pattern management 3 hrs.  (day 2)
4 The role of streamline simulation and historical precedents 3 hrs.  (day 2)
5 Transport analog streamlines: numerical solutions 3 hrs.  (day 3)
6 Spatial discretization, material balance, saturation interpolation 3 hrs.  (day 3)
7 Streamline updating: unsteady state and gravity 3 hrs.  (day 4)
8 Assisted and automatic history matching and asymptotic rate theory 3 hrs.  (day 4)
9 Field studies: application for ranking and uncertainty assessment 3 hrs.  (day 5)
10 Field studies: Application for pseudoization and generalized Dykstra-Parsons  3 hrs.  (day 5)

■ Registration method

Applicants should initially register at kish.aut.ac.ir (short-courses menu) and upload their scans in good quality. After registration, the tracking code is allocated to the applicant, which must be stored and provided to the University’s affiliate. Applicants must choose the option (Short-course on Streamline Simulation) in the registration process. After registering, the University will contact them and set the final time, location, and method of tuition fee payment.

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