Reservoir Engineering

Numbering Code U-ENG23 33260 LJ77 Year/Term 2021 ・ First semester
Number of Credits 2 Course Type Lecture
Target Year Target Student
Language Japanese Day/Period Fri.2
Instructor name MURATA SUMIHIKO (Graduate School of Engineering Associate Professor)
Outline and Purpose of the Course Fluid flow in an oil and gas reservoir and geothermal reservoir is explained. Then, the reservoir properties relating to the flow such as porosity, permeability, relative permeability, capirally pressure and so on are explained. Reservoir fluids properties and their phase behavior are also explained. Furthermore, drilling and completion for a oil/gas well, log interpretation method and well test analysis are explained.
Course Goals The course goals are as follows: 1) to understand the basics of fluid flow in reservoir based on Darcy's law, 2) to master the properties of reservoir rock and fluids and their evaluation methods, 3) to obtain basic knowledge about oil/gas well drilling and completion methods, 4) to understand the log interpretaion method and well test analysis.
Schedule and Contents 1st: Introduction (Explanation about class schedule and grade evaluation), Summary of oil field development, Reserves and reserve evaluation methods
2nd: Reservoir rock properties 1 (Porosity and Compressibility)
3rd: Reservoir rock properties 2 (Wettability and Capillary pressure)
4th: Reservoir rock properties 3 (Darcy's law, permeability, and effective permeability)
5th: Reservoir rock properties 4 (Relative permeability)
6th: Exercise for the reservoir rock properties
7th: Reservoir fluid properties
8th: Drive mechanism and material balance equations
9th: Oil well drilling and completion
10th: Electrical properties of reservoir rock
11th: Well logging
12th: Basic equation of fluid flow in a reservoir
13th: Basic theory of well test analysis
14th: Exercise of well test analysis
15th: Feedback (Review of this class and examination)
Evaluation Methods and Policy The grade will be evaluated by the score of three report works and final examination. Their weight for the grading is 50% each.
Course Requirements The knowledge of differential calculus, integral calculus, physical chemistry and exploration geophysics are necessary for this course.
Study outside of Class (preparation and review) It is recommended to solve the homework problems with reviewing the course materials.
Textbooks Textbooks/References Not specified. Materials for the course will be derivered.
References, etc. Fundamentals of Reservoir Engineering, 19th impression, L. P. Dake, (Elsevier), ISBN:9780444418302
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