Note: This course is taught in English
Nota: Este curso se ofrece en Ingl├ęs.

Course Description

July 7 and 8, 2022 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM MDT (GMT-6)

This training course introduces thermal enhanced oil recovery (EOR) simulation using CMG technology. Learn the various facets of thermal EOR modelling including:

  • Component design
  • Thermal properties
  • Relative permeability interpolation 

Discuss advanced thermal modelling concepts and applications such as reaction kinetics, adsorption and advanced wellbore modelling. Build your expertise through a series of hands-on exercises that emphasize on steam flood and cyclic steam stimulation (CSS) applications.

This course provides engineers, geologists and other technical personnel with the information and techniques required to build a simple STARS dataset and explore complex STARS functions. 

Course Content

  • Overview of STARS Features and Applications:
    • A three-phase Multi-component Thermal and Steam Additive Simulator
    • Understanding the STARS component concept (K-values) 
    • Thermal Properties 
    • Reactions 
    • Relative permeability Interpolation and Scaling.
  • Other advanced capabilities:
    • Chemical applications including reactions & Component adsorption
    • Geochemistry
    • Solids deposition and migration 
    • Dynamic Gridding 
    • Non petroleum process application (medical & biochemical).
  • Exercises:
    • Creation of Cyclic Steam Base Model
    • Implementation of Cyclic Steam Stimulation (CSS)
    • Implementing the Dilation Re-compaction model 
    • Changing a Steam Flood into a Water Flood
    • Changing Cyclic Steam into Primary Production
    • Increasing Oil Viscosity.

Ehsan is a Senior Reservoir Simulation Engineer with more than five years of industry experience working in Canada and Iran. His main focus is on fractured reservoir modelling and CBM reservoir modelling. . He holds a BSc and MSc in Reservoir Engineering from the Petroleum University of Technology in Iran and a PhD in Petroleum Engineering from the U of C.