Increase oil field returns by at least 10% by uniquely combing the well and reservoir in one integrated model

Sponsored by: Lloyd's Register

Focused on:

  • Model Wells
  • Reservoir Modelling

Date: 30 April


Time: 10:00AM UK

Achieve increased returns by using advanced and revolutionary modelling

As governments and authorities become ever more concerned with maximising economic recovery, newer ways of developing and maximising return from reservoirs and fields is required.

So how can you optimise your well completions to maximise your recovery?
The answer - by using "advanced” well modelling.
With advanced well modelling, you can predict and improve your well design for each individual well, and predict with greater accuracy exactly how your wells will deliver in the field, meaning you can find the perfect completion, which then leads to better production, better injection and ultimately maximised recovery.
Every reservoir is unique, and therefore a one size fits all to completions will not provide maximum return or value. You need a way to find the optimal completion for each well and reservoir.

By using available computational power, it is now possible to model wells and completion geometry accurately in three dimensions within a simulated reservoir. This enables accurate prediction of the impact of different well designs and well operation on well performance.

This webinar will show how to find the optimal completion for each well, and how by optimising your well design you can maximise recovery from every field.

Join the webinar to find out how you can eliminate speculation, improve prediction and enhance your production.

Presented by

Michael Byrne,

Global Head of Rock Properties, Lloyd’s Register

A graduate of University College Dublin, Michael has worked in the oil industry for twenty-nine years. He has written and presented training courses and acted as a consultant to major oil companies worldwide. Numerous technical publications include key SPE papers on drilling and completion related formation damage mechanisms.

Principal author of papers on recommended laboratory practice and on description of formation damage mechanisms. More recently, Michael has pioneered the use of computational fluid dynamics for well inflow modelling and has several patents granted in relation to this process. He has served SPE as technical editor, short course instructor and Steering Committee member and session chair at several SPE conferences, workshops and forums.

Michael chaired the 2013 SPE European Formation Damage Conference and is twice an SPE distinguished lecturer.

Lesmana Djayapertapa,

Senior Fluid Dynamics Consultant, Lloyd's Register

An expert in the field of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), from Aircraft and Formula 1 Aerodynamic Design to Oil and Gas near wellbore / reservoir modelling including erosion analysis.

After working for Airbus and Caterham Formula 1 Team, Lesmana joined Lloyd’s Register in 2012, and has had an instant significant impact in enhancing the Rock Properties Group Fluid Dynamics modelling capability to offer solutions to numerical near wellbore simulations; from quantifying formation damage impact on well productivity, optimising well completion design, coupled reservoir-well inflow to predicting erosion behaviour on top side facility components.

Key Learning Objectives

  • Learn how you can bridge the gap between well and reservoir
  • How you can predict the value of your well
  • Find the optimum completion which gives you best return
  • What can we learn from other industries, like F1, who are much more advanced at using CFD modelling


  • Technical Engineers
  • Asset Managers
  • Country Managers
  • Technical Directors
  • C levels