Don Computing offers reservoir engineering Training online or our office or at the client’s place. What special about this reservoir simulation/EOR training? They are:

  • Best reservoir simulation training which is customized on demands.
  • Superior customer service and technical support till 3 months after the training.
  • The training comes from a team of professionals with high expertise and a proven track record.
  • Don Computing can teach you one to one using your models.
  • Don Computing offers affordable solutions at great quality.

The training plans for next 12 months are as follows:

Training Schedule

AUS-NZ
City Dates Host
WA 17-18 Sept 2018 University WA
SA 20-21 Sept 2018 Adelaide University
VIC 11-12 March2019 RMIT
NSW 14-15 March 2019 Sydney Uni
NT 13-14 June 2019 Charles Darwin University
QLD 16-17 June 2019 Queensland Uni
Auckland 19-20 June 2019 Uni of Auckland
Christchurch 21-22 June 2019 Uni of Christchurch

 

 

Middle East
City Dates Host
UAE 08-09 Dec 2018 Khalifa Uni
Qatar 11-12 Dec 2018 Qatar Foundation
Kuwait 15-16 Dec 2018 Kuwait University
Oman 18-19 Dec 2018 Sultan Qaboos University
Saudi Arabia 22-23 Dec 2018 Aramco
Bahrain 25-26 Dec 2018 Uni of Bahrain

 

South East Asia
City Dates Host
                 Vietnam 26-27 Dec 2018 HCMUT
Indonesia 29-30 Dec 2018 Uni of Bandung
Korea 07-08 Jan 2018 Seoul National University
Japan 10-11 Jan 2019 NTU
Singapore 24-25 June 2019 Tokyo University
China 27-28 June 2019 Tsinghua University

 

Please contact training_rs@doncomputing.com for any enquiries you might have. Or please fill up the form.

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The training costs AUS $ 1000/person from industry and AUS $ 500/person from University.

We accept Visa, Masters and AMEX.

The following areas we cover and depends on the demand and availability at the time:

  • Parallel interactive hydrodynamic simulator.
  • Graphical User Interface: 2D and 3D maps, graphs, buttons, settings, templates, bubble maps, cross-plots, histograms, well profiles.
  • History Matching tools.
  • Black-oil, compositional, thermal models.
  • Field development planning – vertical and horizontal wells, well patterns.
  • Waterflood optimization: streamlines, tracers, drainage tables and graphs, aquifers.
  • Sector modelling: automatic Split and Merge workflow.
  • EOR methods: alkalines, surfactants, polymers.
  • Build any maps and filters to analyze data. Editing permeability, transmissibility multipliers, building in GUI any property map. Smoothing and interpolation.
  • Correlations for RP, PVT, lifting tables available.
  • Surface network.
  • How to tune solver and timestep controls
  • Assisted History Matching module usage example (can be included to this training on request).
  • Model Designer (pre-processor) module usage example (can be included to this training on request).
  • Experimental design: Latin Hypercube, Grid Search, Tornado.
  • Optimization algorithms: Differential evolution, Particle swam optimization (PSO), Simplex method (Nelder-Mead), Response surface (Proxy models).
  • Arbitrary objective function, taking into account RFT/MDT measurements, NPV optimization.
  • Graphical interface: graphs, tables, histograms, cross-plots to compare model variants.
  • Typical AHM scenarios overview.
  • AHM for different geological realizations.
  • Analytics: Pearson correlation, Tornado plots.
  • P10, P50, P90 and other quantiles.
  • Forecast optimization, optimization of well position and trajectory.
  • Loading and editing data: well trajectories, seismic horizons, markers, well Logs, point sets, faults and other objects.
  • Algorithms for building of 3D grid. Grid with faults.
  • Local grid editing. Local horizon editing.
  • Structural modeling. Facial analysis.
  • Interpolation methods to model properties: IDW, Kriging, Gaussian simulation and other.
  • Build geological and hydrodynamic model and run simulation in one graphical interface (can be included to this training on request).
  • Starting the project from RESCUE files with grid and properties.
  • Loading well history and events, setting limits and control mode for wells, economical limits.
  • Creating of well groups, group controls.
  • Adding aquifers.
  • Corey and LET correlation for relative permeabilities.
  • Starting the project from existing hydrodynamic model. Grid, property editing, PVT, RP, well production data update.
  • Working with geological and hydrodynamic model in one graphical interface.
  • Black-oil, compositional, thermal models.
  • Field development planning – vertical and horizontal wells, well patterns.
  • Sector modelling: automatic Split and Merge workflow.
  • Import, export data and reports. Results types, binary files, copying data for blocks, graphs, export of static and dynamic properties, loading measured data (BHP, RFT/MDT, LAS files and other).
  • Hydraulic fractures.
  • Schedule update. Loading well data: trajectories, events, groups, history tables.
  • Advanced user map calculator: build any maps and filters to analyze data. Editing permeability, transmissibility multipliers, building in GUI any property map. Smoothing and interpolation.
  • Surface network.
  • How to tune solver and timestep control.
  • Assisted History Matching and Uncertainty:
  • Experimental design: Latin Hypercube, Grid Search, Tornado.
  • Optimization algorithms: Differential evolution, Particle swam optimization (PSO), Simplex method (Nelder-Mead), Response surface (Proxy models).
  • Arbitrary objective function, taking into account RFT/MDT measurements, NPV optimization.
  • Job Queue.
  • Graphical interface: graphs, tables, histograms, cross-plots to compare model variants.
  • Typical AHM scenarios overview.
  • AHM for different geological realizations.
  • Analytics: Pearson correlation, Tornado plots.
  • P10, P50, P90 and other quantiles.
  • Forecast optimization, optimization of well position and trajectory.
  • Starting the project from RESCUE files with grid and properties.
  • Loading well history and events, setting limits and control mode for wells, economical limits.
  • Creating of well groups, group controls.
  • Adding new wells.
  • PVT package. PVT experiments (DLE, CCE, CVD), phase envelope. Standing correlation for PVT data.
  • VFP package. Build VFP tables via correlations.
  • Starting the project from existing hydrodynamic model. Grid, property editing, PVT, RP, well production data update.
  • Working with geological and hydrodynamic model in one graphical interface.