Applied Petroleum Reservoir Simulation

Fees: 3500 $ CAD

About the Course

The petroleum industry is known to be the biggest user of computer models. There are numerous reservoir simulators in the market, all claiming to be the best in modeling reservoirs. It is well known that reservoir simulation studies are very subjective and vary from simulator to simulator. While SPE benchmarking has helped accept differences in predicting petroleum reservoir performance, there has been no scientific explanation behind the variability that has frustrated many policy makers and operations managers and puzzled scientists and engineers. This course introduces participants to various existing simulators and presents them with insights into the source of discrepancies in reservoir modeling. Practical tips are given for modeling unique features of a petroleum reservoir, with case studies for many applications. Limitations of currently available models are discussed and means of remedying them presented.

Who Should Attend

Engineers, scientists, geologists involved in the petroleum industry and reservoir engineering operations.


1. General principles of reservoir simulation
2. Data acquisition and sources of errors
3. Practical tips for data filtering
4. Difference between major commercial simulators
6. Do’s and Don’ts of history matching
7. Custom designing reservoir simulators
8. Complex scenarios and measures to model them with conventional simulators


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