Well Modeling

The Flow behaviour inside and adjacent to the wellbore has an important impact on the overall performance of well. We employ some of the latest technological advances and tools to model the multiphase flow inside and near the wellbore, while taking into account the factors which affect such behaviour.

Using nodal analysis techniques to model reservoir inflow and well outflow performance, well models can be useful for determining optimized well parameters. Well modeling can be applied to designing, optimizing and troubleshooting individual wells. Well modeling can be used for:

  • Well configuration & Completion design for maximizing performance over life of well
  • Detailed fluid PVT modeling
  • Black oil models for oil and gas
  • Equation of State models for condensate and volatile oil
  • Artificial lift design
  • Prediction of Temperatures & Pressures in wells, flow-lines and at surface equipment
  • Reservoir, well and flow-line monitoring
  • Generate vertical lift performance curves
  • Detailed reservoir inflow performance modeling
  • Multiple completion and perforation models
  • Detailed skin analysis
  • Laboratory data matching

Nodal Analysis

We ca also help our clients in performing Nodal analysis for evaluating well performance, and it is critical to understanding the behavior of not only the well but entire system. It can help in:

  • asting the flow rate at which an existing well will produce considering the different factors
  • Selecting tubing and flow line sizes
  • Optimizing the system to produce the objective flow rate
  • Recognition of ways to increase production rate
  • The effect of gravel pack permeability, perforating density and altering Skin on well productivity
  • Selecting the optimum lift method and the appropriate time for its installation
  • Analyse an existing system for abnormal flow restrictions

Completion Modeling

iOG Solutions provides modeling services using industry-standard software solutions for modeling all standard completion model types for vertical, horizontal, and fractured wells. Our experts can also support clients through the modeling of complex multilayered completions using a wide variety of reservoir inflow parameters and fluid descriptions.

Completion Modeling

We can provide advanced modeling techniques for modeling and running multiple complicated Artificial lift scenarios and then performing Sensitivity analysis for determining the most suitable artificial lift method. The sophisticated sensitivity tools allow artificial lift parameters (injection gas and ESP stages) to be analyzed so that optimal production can be obtained.

Using well models, users can visualize the response of varying amounts of injection gas and injection pressure into the wells and field. Well-model softwares are generally supplied with all the standard gas lift calculations. User can model interfaces to accurate valve models from Valve Performance Clearing House.

Once well models have been built and matched to measured data, they can be combined into field models. The operating conditions are optimized for the entire field including the network of surface flowlines, compressors, separators, and lift gas distribution systems. This allows the engineer to review many different scenarios to ensure optimum field production is achieved.

Artificial lift Modeling

We can provide advanced modeling techniques for modeling and running multiple complicated Artificial lift scenarios and then performing Sensitivity analysis for determining the most suitable artificial lift method. The sophisticated sensitivity tools allow artificial lift parameters (injection gas and ESP stages) to be analyzed so that optimal production can be obtained.

Using well models, users can visualize the response of varying amounts of injection gas and injection pressure into the wells and field. Well-model softwares are generally supplied with all the standard gas lift calculations. User can model interfaces to accurate valve models from Valve Performance Clearing House.

Once well models have been built and matched to measured data, they can be combined into field models. The operating conditions are optimized for the entire field including the network of surface flowlines, compressors, separators, and lift gas distribution systems. This allows the engineer to review many different scenarios to ensure optimum field production is achieved.

Well Types

  • Gas, oil, water, condensate, steam, injection wells
  • Naturally flowing
  • Artificially lifted
  • Multi-layer & Multi-lateral
  • Angled and horizontal

Artificial Lift System Analysis and Design

  • Electric Submersible Pump - ESP
  • Gas Lift
  • Hydraulic Pumps - HSP
  • Progressive Cavity Pumps - PCP
  • Jet Pumps
  • Beam Pumps - Rod
  • Design new artificial lift systems

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