Stop unwanted Gas and Water and Increase Oil Production
Sponsored by: InflowControl
- Oil Production
- Improved Oil Recovery
- Reduced Water Production
- Reduced GHG Emissions
- Lower OPEX Costs
Date: 11 November
Days to go: 22
Time: 10:00 London, 14:00 Dubai, 18:00 Kuala Lumpur
AICV® (autonomous inflow control valve) technology is the most effective reservoir management tool enabling E&P companies to stop (or reduce) un-wanted gas and water production
High Water Cut (WC) and high GOR (Gas Oil Ratio) can destroy economical oil recovery for many oil reservoirs. Challenging reservoir management occurs when unwanted fluid breakthrough of water and gas occurs due to uneven influx along the wellbore. While conventional ICD (inflow control devices) with sand screens can delay breakthrough of water and gas, they are incapable of stopping unwanted gas or water completely.
Fast ROI: The AICV® (autonomous inflow control valve) is proven to optimize oil production in both new and existing wells and can dramatically reduce water cut and/or GOR. The benefits of the AICVs is that they provide balanced inflow of oil along the wellbore by autonomously choking or closing the various zones (or compartments) that have high WC or GOR, yet the AICVs will remain open for oil rich zones, thus improving oil production and recovery.
This webinar will review how AICV® technology functionally works and then several case studies will be reviewed in detail showing where and how the AICVs have been applied to stop gas and/or water and improve oil recovery. Over 90 wells have been deployed worldwide within a variety of sandstone and carbonate reservoirs and can manage Ultralight oil reservoirs 0.25 cP up to Ultra heavy bitumen reservoirs.
If you have challenges with un-wanted water and gas, then this webinar will provide significant insight into the newest proven technology available. AICVs are documented to be the most effective autonomous reservoir management technology on the market but supporting E&P operators in producing More Oil, Less Gas, and Less Water
Vidar Mathiesen, Dr.ing,
CEO and Co-founder
Dr. Vidar Mathiesen is CEO and co-founder of InflowControl AS. Prior to co-founding InflowControl he was head of technical research support at Statoil’s research centre, and has extensive experience from innovation and product development, qualification, modelling, installation and evaluation of ICD/AICD as Leading Research Scientist at Statoil and Hydro. Vidar has written several publications, hold numerous patents in the field and has received several innovation awards.
He and Haavard Aakre are also the inventor of the Statoil-AICD, the RCP-AICD.
Ismarullizam Mohd Ismail, PhD,
Vice President - Subsurface
Dr Ismarullizam Mohd Ismail is Vice President – Subsurface for InflowControl AS. He holds over 15 years of global experience within advanced completions, petroleum engineering and R&D, Isma also has extensive background on autonomous inflow control and sand control technology and operations. Isma holds a PhD in Mechanical Engineering from University of Leeds and was selected as SPE Distinguished Lecturer for inflow control technology disciplines in 2018/19.
Brent Brough, MBA,
Brent Brough is CCO of InflowControl AS and hosts 19 years of international oil and gas experience from living in Canada, Russia, UK, Norway, and UAE where he worked for Schlumberger and other technology service companies. He has board director experience in O&G tech and start-up venture companies. Earned an MBA from Warwick Business School in the UK and graduated from Southern Alberta Institute of Technology in Chemical Engineering in Calgary, AB, Canada.
Key Learning Objectives
- Stopping high GOR within oil reservoirs
- Stopping/reducing high Water Cut within oil reservoirs
- Improving Oil production and Oil Recovery
- Autonomous Inflow Control Technology fundamentals and various technologies available.
- Reduce OPEX costs by lowering water and gas production without well intervention
- ROI typically within 4-6 months of installation
- Reservoir Engineer
- Reservoir Engineering Manager
- Reservoir Simulation Engineer
- Production Technology
- Production Technologist
- Production Engineer
- Production Engineering Manager
- Subsurface Manager
- Subsurface Engineer
- Drilling Technologist
- Drilling Engineer
- Completion Engineer
- Completion Engineering Manager
- Asset Manager