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19 Aug - 23 Aug 2024 Dubai – UAE $ 4,950 Register Now
25 Nov - 29 Nov 2024 Dubai – UAE $ 4,950 Register Now
12 May - 16 May 2025 Dubai – UAE $ 4,950 Register Now
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24 Nov - 28 Nov 2025 Dubai – UAE $ 4,950 Register Now
About the Course

This 5-day interactive Applied Reservoir Engineering & Management training course is designed to identify the sources of the reservoir engineering data and highlight the benefits of integrating the engineering data in the reservoir management of the mature fields. Data acquisition and integration will be presented, and the requirements for the successful operation of the matured reservoir throughout its entire life will be emphasized.

The reservoir life cycle and the sequences of the production recovery mechanisms will also be discussed. This will clarify how integrated and sound reservoir management is the key to realising an effective development plan and a successful operation throughout the reservoir’s life. It will also provide the principles for managing the reservoirs and enhancing the recovery from the remaining oil & gas. Successful applications of these reservoir management concepts will lead to high recovery factors.

Therefore, this training programme will discuss the application of scientific principles and concepts to solve issues arising during the development and production of oil & gas reservoirs. It will also cover reservoir behaviour and production performance analysis. In addition, it will provide many tools and techniques to help address the challenges of providing more reliable and sound reservoir engineering and management. Reservoir management economics and improved recovery processes will be presented with case studies reflecting different fields.

Core Objectives

The delegates will achieve the following objectives:

  • Know how to use appropriate approaches in reservoir engineering and management
  • Familiarise with the appropriate data collection, analysis, validation, and integration process
  • Illustrate the points of integration between the different disciplines (geoscience, engineering, etc.) during the applications of the reservoir management concepts and applications
  • Ensure the appropriate execution of the reservoir management process
  • Understand how to use the Interdisciplinary Synergistic approach to efficient reservoir management
  • Acquire knowledge of each reservoir management component and the importance of timing and cost/benefit analysis
  • Apply the different methods of reservoir performance analysis and forecast & emphasize the integration of production/injection data, pressure data, and any subsurface data
Training Approach

This training course will utilise various proven adult learning techniques to ensure maximum understanding, comprehension and retention of the information presented. It is designed as a blended environment of presentations, workshops, group work, practical exercises, field application/analysis, and several industry videos showing all processes and general discussions.

The Attendees

This training course is helpful to anyone working in the oil & gas industry. It is also becoming more critical as companies focus more on operational efficiency and integrated systems. 

Likewise, it will be valuable to the professionals but not limited to the following:

  • Petroleum, Production & Reservoir Engineers
  • Process Engineers and Field Operation Staff
  • Geologists and Geophysicists
  • Managers, Government Officials, and others involved with Reservoirs
  • Engineers who are new to the profession
Daily Discussion


  • Definition of Reservoir Management: An Integrated, Interdisciplinary Team Effort
  • Reservoir Life Cycle
  • Scope and Objective for Integrated Reservoir Management
  • Fundamentals and Resources of Reservoir Management
  • Reservoir Management Concepts and Processes


  • Data Types: Reservoir Rock & Fluids Properties
  • Data Acquisition, Validation, Analysis, and Management
  • Integration of Production/Injection Data, Log Data, Pressure Data, and Any Subsurface Data for Analysis
  • Efficient Monitoring of Reservoir Performance
  • Reservoir Performance Analysis and Forecast
  • Static Geological Model and Reservoir Simulation


  • Reservoir Management Plans and Scenarios
  • Economic Model – Uncertainties and Risks
  • Maximising Economic Recovery and Minimising Capital Investment, Risk, and Operating Expenses
  • Oil Reserves Types and Classification & Reservoir Engineering and Evaluation
  • Natural Producing Mechanisms
  • Estimation of Reserves and Prediction of Reservoir Performance


  • Secondary Recovery and Pressure Maintenance Process
  • Waterflood Management in Mature Fields: Surface as Well as Subsurface Issues
  • Design Aspects of Water Injection System
  • Waterflood Monitoring and Management
  • Reservoir Performance with Waterflooding Projects
  • Effects of Water Injection on the Recovery Factor and Reserves


  • Introduction to Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Techniques
  • Chemical, Thermal, and Miscible EOR Methods
  • Performance of the EOR Processes and Expected Recovery Factors
  • Role of the Reservoir Management for the Application of the EOR Processes
  • Reservoir Management Case Investigations of Mature Fields