AGR, the global wells and reservoir consultancy provider, has announced it will be assisting Norwegian operator OKEA by building a new full field reservoir model for the Draugen asset in the Norwegian Sea.
Commenting on the latest assignment, André Sæthern, AGR's VP of Reservoir Management, said: “We are excited to deliver this project as part of our long-term relationship with OKEA.
“We'll be applying our in-house expertise to build the model, from its elements up to a history-matched dynamic model, which will be used for forecasting the assets' production volumes for many years to come.”
Håvard Morset, Draugen Subsurface Manager at OKEA, comments, “AGR is a highly competent reservoir consultancy that has consistently demonstrated its ability to deliver similar large scale projects. We're pleased to partner with them on this latest development and look forward to working together to provide a first-class reservoir model for the Draugen asset.”
The AGR project team will cover skills of Geophysicists, Petrophysicist, Sedimentologist, Geomodellers, Reservoir Engineers and a Production engineer.
AGR has over 20 years' expertise in supplying technical reservoir and G&G studies in addition to commercial evaluations and asset audits to clients in Norway and globally covering oil companies, governmental bodies, banks and financial institutions.
For more information on how AGR can support your next upstream project, please visit www.agr.com.
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