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Introduction

This Glomacs training course covers the main aspects of Well Stimulation whose main objective is to repair formation damage in order to restore/increase production. This interactive training course starts by presenting the basic concepts for stimulation job design, execution and follow up.

Discussion is carried out on formation damage and its effect on well performance and planning of acid stimulation treatments. Focus is given to the main causes of formation damage (damage during drilling, cementing, perforating, producing and working over wells) and how these may be identified.

This training course will highlight:

  • Formation damage (Definition, mechanism, counter measures, etc.)
  • Acidizing (Matrix Acidizing, Acid fracturing, etc.)
  • Hydraulic fracturing Overview
  • HSE and Stimulation

The training course will also focus on major areas of Acid Stimulation Techniques, both on theoretical concepts and practical onsite experience. Acidizing with Coiled Tubing will be also discussed in detail, due to its importance in acid placement and formation treatments.

Objectives

By the end of the training course, participants will feel confident in their understanding of:

  • Introduction to stimulation operations
  • Formation damage mechanisms and their identification
  • Brainstorming on skin damage
  • Acids reactions and their selection for carbonates and sandstones
  • Acids and additives used in matrix stimulation
  • Candidate well selection
  • Acid treatment design
  • Acid placement and diverting technologies
  • Acid displacement and flow back
  • Laboratory tests
  • Acid fracturing design basics
  • HSE and acidizing operations
  • Safety & quality assurance

Training Methodology

This Well Stimulation Technologies training course will be presented using properly designed slides, some with animation and several videos on relevant issues. A printed manual containing all the slides and/or electronic form in PDF will be delivered to each attendant. Teaching methods include also calculations on related issues. Several examples of actual Stimulation Programs will be presented.

Who Should Attend?

This GLOMACS training course is suitable to a wide range of professionals but will greatly benefit:

  • Petroleum Engineers
  • Production Engineers
  • Development Geologist
  • Field Engineers
  • Production Managers
  • Field Managers
  • Oil Field Technical Staff

Seminar Outline

Day 1

Introduction to Stimulation Concepts and Objectives 

  • Introduction to Acidizing
  • Acidizing of Carbonates and Sandstones
  • Acid Fracking Overview
  • Damage caused by well operations
  • Well candidate selection process ( overview)
  • Why there are failures in acidizing ?
  • Acid treatment design overview
  • Types of damage
  • Monitoring the acid backflow
  • HCL acid by-products
  • Capturing data, before, during and after the job
  • Acid reactions with OBM ( Oil Base Mud)
  • Emulsions
  • Module 2 27 Formation damage

Day 2

Types of Acid and Acid Formulations 

  • Formation damage and other considerations
  • Formation damage mechanisms
  • Matrix acidizing
  • Sandstone versus carbonate acidizing
  • Typical treatment execution
  • Fracture acidizing
  • Proppant fracturing versus fracturing
  • Economic impacts of well stimulation
  • Module 3 117 Acid types / reactions / methods
  • Fluid injectivity on test core
  • Types of acid
  • Acid formulations
  • Organic acids
  • Acid dispersion
  • Viscosified acid
  • Acid emulsions
  • VES acid
  • Acid definition in chemistry
  • Strong acids
  • Hydrogen
  • VES-HCL : gelling and breaking
  • HCL reactions with carbonates
  • HCL / HF acids

Day 3 

Pressure Response, Post-Job Procedure 

  • Stoichiometry
  • Acid reactions
  • Rates of reaction
  • Carbonate acidizing
  • Sandstone acidizing
  • Binary acids
  • Dissolving power of acids
  • Molecular weights
  • Treatment evaluation
  • Post-job procedure
  • Pressure response during acid treatment.
  • On-site evaluation of treatment effectiveness
  • The Paccaloni technique
  • On job charts for job monitoring
  • Recording of a stimulation job
  • Pressure build-up annalysis before and after acidizing

Day 4

Monitoring, Execution, Evaluation and Follow Up 

  • Monitoring, execution and evaluation
  • Maximum injection rate ( Paccaloni)
  • Choosing diverting method
  • Three step application of Real Time Monitoring ( RTM )
  • Examples of successful treatments
  • Example of unsuccessful diversion design
  • Acidizing operations
  • Acid placement and diversion
  • Mechanical acid placement
  • Packers and frac baffles
  • Ball sealers
  • Particulate diverting agents
  • Modelling diverging agents effect (Lab and R & D)
  • Change of Skin due to acidizing
  • Viscoelastic surfactants
  • MADPDIR technique
  • Comparison of diversion methods
  • HSE and Stimulation Operations

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Stimulation Technologies


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Code Date Venue Fees
OG097 18 - 21 Nov 2018 Abu Dhabi - UAE $4,100

Introduction

This Glomacs training course covers the main aspects of Well Stimulation whose main objective is to repair formation damage in order to restore/increase production. This interactive training course starts by presenting the basic concepts for stimulation job design, execution and follow up.

Discussion is carried out on formation damage and its effect on well performance and planning of acid stimulation treatments. Focus is given to the main causes of formation damage (damage during drilling, cementing, perforating, producing and working over wells) and how these may be identified.

This training course will highlight:

  • Formation damage (Definition, mechanism, counter measures, etc.)
  • Acidizing (Matrix Acidizing, Acid fracturing, etc.)
  • Hydraulic fracturing Overview
  • HSE and Stimulation

The training course will also focus on major areas of Acid Stimulation Techniques, both on theoretical concepts and practical onsite experience. Acidizing with Coiled Tubing will be also discussed in detail, due to its importance in acid placement and formation treatments.

Objectives

By the end of the training course, participants will feel confident in their understanding of:

  • Introduction to stimulation operations
  • Formation damage mechanisms and their identification
  • Brainstorming on skin damage
  • Acids reactions and their selection for carbonates and sandstones
  • Acids and additives used in matrix stimulation
  • Candidate well selection
  • Acid treatment design
  • Acid placement and diverting technologies
  • Acid displacement and flow back
  • Laboratory tests
  • Acid fracturing design basics
  • HSE and acidizing operations
  • Safety & quality assurance

Training Methodology

This Well Stimulation Technologies training course will be presented using properly designed slides, some with animation and several videos on relevant issues. A printed manual containing all the slides and/or electronic form in PDF will be delivered to each attendant. Teaching methods include also calculations on related issues. Several examples of actual Stimulation Programs will be presented.

Who Should Attend?

This GLOMACS training course is suitable to a wide range of professionals but will greatly benefit:

  • Petroleum Engineers
  • Production Engineers
  • Development Geologist
  • Field Engineers
  • Production Managers
  • Field Managers
  • Oil Field Technical Staff

SEMINAR OUTLINE

Day 1

Introduction to Stimulation Concepts and Objectives 

  • Introduction to Acidizing
  • Acidizing of Carbonates and Sandstones
  • Acid Fracking Overview
  • Damage caused by well operations
  • Well candidate selection process ( overview)
  • Why there are failures in acidizing ?
  • Acid treatment design overview
  • Types of damage
  • Monitoring the acid backflow
  • HCL acid by-products
  • Capturing data, before, during and after the job
  • Acid reactions with OBM ( Oil Base Mud)
  • Emulsions
  • Module 2 27 Formation damage

Day 2

Types of Acid and Acid Formulations 

  • Formation damage and other considerations
  • Formation damage mechanisms
  • Matrix acidizing
  • Sandstone versus carbonate acidizing
  • Typical treatment execution
  • Fracture acidizing
  • Proppant fracturing versus fracturing
  • Economic impacts of well stimulation
  • Module 3 117 Acid types / reactions / methods
  • Fluid injectivity on test core
  • Types of acid
  • Acid formulations
  • Organic acids
  • Acid dispersion
  • Viscosified acid
  • Acid emulsions
  • VES acid
  • Acid definition in chemistry
  • Strong acids
  • Hydrogen
  • VES-HCL : gelling and breaking
  • HCL reactions with carbonates
  • HCL / HF acids

Day 3 

Pressure Response, Post-Job Procedure 

  • Stoichiometry
  • Acid reactions
  • Rates of reaction
  • Carbonate acidizing
  • Sandstone acidizing
  • Binary acids
  • Dissolving power of acids
  • Molecular weights
  • Treatment evaluation
  • Post-job procedure
  • Pressure response during acid treatment.
  • On-site evaluation of treatment effectiveness
  • The Paccaloni technique
  • On job charts for job monitoring
  • Recording of a stimulation job
  • Pressure build-up annalysis before and after acidizing

Day 4

Monitoring, Execution, Evaluation and Follow Up 

  • Monitoring, execution and evaluation
  • Maximum injection rate ( Paccaloni)
  • Choosing diverting method
  • Three step application of Real Time Monitoring ( RTM )
  • Examples of successful treatments
  • Example of unsuccessful diversion design
  • Acidizing operations
  • Acid placement and diversion
  • Mechanical acid placement
  • Packers and frac baffles
  • Ball sealers
  • Particulate diverting agents
  • Modelling diverging agents effect (Lab and R & D)
  • Change of Skin due to acidizing
  • Viscoelastic surfactants
  • MADPDIR technique
  • Comparison of diversion methods
  • HSE and Stimulation Operations

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