(EnergyAsia, July 4, Friday) — ‘Reservoir Engineering Principles and Practices’ will be held at the Sheraton Towers hotel in Singapore from August 4 to 7.

With soaring oil and gas prices and depleting reserves, the latest applications and innovative technologies encompassing reservoir engineering are becoming more essential and crucial for companies exploring and producing oil and gas around the world.

The workshop will feature in-depth discussions and case-studies for comprehensive understanding of oil and gas reservoir engineering.

The course will be divided into the fundamental parts on day 1 and day 2, and the advanced parts on day 3 and day 4. Through the workshop, delegates will be taught the fundamental and practical aspects of reservoir engineering, its data and interpretations, the processes and its potential and limitations in hydrocarbon development projects.

The workshop will be led by international reservoir engineer Jean-Marie Luijkx who has over 24 years of experience in reservoir engineering. He has provided technical and strategic advice to numerous government bodies and multinational companies including Shell, Total, Nexen and Halliburton.

Topics covered include reservoir geology and geophysics, characterisation of reservoir rocks, fluid and PVT studies, volumetric evaluation of oil and gas, one-phase fluid mechanics, well test interpretation, multiphase flow, primary recovery and estimation of reserves, introduction to secondary and enhanced oil recovery (EOR), reservoir simulation models, field development, effective reservoir management, reservoir monitoring, advanced well testing analysis, water influx, performance of oil reservoirs, predicting oil reservoir performance, performance of gas reservoir, secondary recovery and oil field economics.

‘Reservoir Engineering Principles and Practices’ is organised by NeoEdge Singapore. For more information, please contact Admin@EnergyAsia.com.