Chemical tracers have become the E & P industry standard to diagnose a variety of different reservoir recovery factors, ranging from stage flow insight to measuring EOR efficiency. Yet many misconceptions still circulate on how tracers are best used and how the data can be interpreted. Understanding in-situ phase flow behavior provides significant insight in order to optimize production by understanding how productivity is dependent on geological features, landing zones, and completion decisions.
In part one of this two part live webinar series, we will focus on the types of tracer available, their respective benefits/limitations, and the types of data that can be collected and interpreted. Examples of different project designs will be discussed to highlight how operators have used chemical tracers to inform future well design and field development, thus enabling them to maximize hydrocarbon recovery, as well as reduce cost.
Multiple case studies will provide examples of best practice when using tracers to evaluate fluid inflow, EOR, and other unconventional applications, ranging from simple flow verification to full quantification of individual stage production.
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Date of Event
24 Sep 2020Tracer TechnologyReservoir CharacterisationReservoir Engineeringreservoir engineersHydraulic FracturingeorProduction LoggingProduction Optimisationreservoir characteristicsfluid flowdrilling optimization
Pasadena TX US 12 Nov 2020
Pasadena TX US 04 Nov 2020
England GB 18 Nov 2020
England GB 03 Nov 2020
Pasadena TX US 14 Oct 2020