Category Name > Oil & Gas


Obtaining a better understanding of the reservoir fundamental parameters and the important factors that influence secondary recovery is the first part of this course. With a clear focus on developing the reservoir aiming at maximizing oil recovery and minimizing operating cost, water flooding, as a prime secondary recovery method, is examined thoroughly. Selecting specific criteria for implementing water flooding at different for different reservoirs and subsurface conditions will be presented. Key elements required for calculating recovery factor, mobilization, displacement & sweep efficiencies, fractional flow analysis, and heterogeneity & gravity segregation interaction and their influence on displacement/recovery are fully covered.

This course provides a profound knowledge of water flooding technology with emphasis on applications in both green and brown oil fields. This course goes beyond fundamentals and principles to reach out to very serious issues concerning increasing recovery from oil fields with minimum operating cost. Design, application, and challenges will be entertained during the course. Case studies will be used as a venue for the latest technology applications in different regions of the globe.

Who Should Attend

Specialists in reservoir engineering, secondary recovery, EOR, and IOR


Day 1 

Introduction to Multiphase Flow In Petroleum reservoirs

Day 2

Relative Permeability

Day 3

Residual Oil Saturation (ROS) Issue

Day 4

Waterflooding Applications

Day 5

Conclusion and Post Test