|Place:||Buenos Aires, Argentina|
|Date:||12 to 16 September 2016 (from 9.00 to 17:00 hs.)|
This course is delivered as a workshop; it is composed of two parts:
The first two days consist in the presentation of benefits and limitations of IC, different types of IC and discusion of IntelliZone Compact (Schlumberger technology).
During the following three days, Participants, using reservoir and well completions data previously collected, will exercise the optimization of well completions using the concepts learnt in first two days. Participants will be divided in groups of 2 or 3 elements each and will compete to develop the best completion design.
During the last day, the groups present their proposals to Management and the instructor
Day 1: Introduction to Intelligent Completions – Typical Applications – Downhole Sensors and Fibre Optic
Day 2: Downhole tools – Passive versus Active Control – New Technology (Smaller, compact systems)
Day 3: Gathering information and data on multizone existing wells (geological, drilling, reservoir, production and completion data) and existing problems and limitations.
Day 4: Selection of fields candidates to implementation of IC. Summary of benefits and limitations. Draft of proposed completions.
Day 5: Presentation to Management and discussion.
Topics: Purpose of Intelligent Compleitons, advantages and limitations of IC, flow control valves and inflow control devices, comparison between ICVs and ICDs, IntelliZonz Compact.
Olegario Rivas Romero