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Analysis of Production Data
Use fast-computing multiphase reservoir models to match the gas and water production rates and flowing pressures. Estimate properties, such as permeability, skin and drainage area, and diagnose problems such as liquid loading, interference and change in operating conditions.
Production and Field Optimization
Forecast well performance using variable bottomhole flowing pressure and skin. Evaluate the benefits of compression, stimulation and infill drilling. Quickly import reservoir properties into IHS Piper to design and optimize your gas-gathering system.
Use multiple tools to estimate the original-gas-in-place (OGIP), expected ultimate recovery (EUR), and recovery factor. Tools include deterministic methods such as volumetrics, static and flowing material balance, as well as traditional decline analyses and probabilistic risk analysis using Monte Carlo simulation.
Utilize analytical and numerical models to characterize a coal bed methane reservoir. For wet CBM (multiphase) reservoirs, use the PSS model. For dry (single-phase gas) CBM reservoirs, use RTA-style analytical models and typecurves specially adapted to account for desorption effects.
Include multiple layers of coal or sand in a model, to match and forecast the per-layer contributions and the overall commingled production rates.
As a Delta Air Lines subsidiary, this oil refinery reduced the parent company’s jet fuel costs by $300 million per year and increased the efficiency/productivity of its own 40 engineers by up to 2 hours a day – saving about $600K per year. The refinery also strengthened corporate governance by ensuring compliance with safety/environmental standards.Learn More About Our Customers Success
With thousands of wells operating in 10 U.S. states, this independent oil and gas company has boosted productivity by enabling daily gauging and allowing staff to focus on high-value tasks rather than data management as well as returning well production to peak levels several days faster by decreasing the time for troubleshooting.
Since 2004, this independent O&G operator has recorded well data electronically, with daily numbers uploaded in minutes to foremen and engineers. As result, it reduced the time to create daily reports by 33% -- cutting two days off its monthly regulatory reporting cycle -- and increased production by identifying/correcting problems months earlier.
For 30+ years, this E&P company has thrived by adopting transformative technologies. Recently it began using a new system to increase profits by reducing geosteering operations from hours to minutes with real-time data, improving communication efficiency between engineers and geophysicists, and by integrating seismic information with well data.
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