How to Interpret Multi-Well Pressure vs Depth Plots and Pressure Maps

How to Interpret Multi-Well Pressure vs Depth Plots and Pressure Maps
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Nov 30, 2015 08:00 AM to
Dec 04, 2015 06:00 PM


This 5 day intensive training course will show participants how to use pressure data from DST’s, Wire-line Tests (such as RFT’s and MDT’s) and production Tests ( from many different wells) to make Pressure/Depth Plots which reveal permeability barriers such as pinch-outs, sealing faults and any barrier which can trap hydrocarbons.

It will also examine how pressures can be used to help correlations between wells and determine if sands are separate or connected. Also covered is how to find fluid contacts from limited single hydrocarbon pressure points by independently finding the fluid gradients from lab fluid analyses and correcting to subsurface conditions.
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TBA, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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