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  הנדסת מאגרי גז ונפט - יסודות ההפקה
  Reservoir Engineering: Basics of Natural Gas and Oil Production  
0540-6700-01
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סמ'  א'1500-1900234 ולפסון הנדסהשיעור ד"ר רבינוביץ אבינעם
ש"ס:  3.0

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 Reservoir engineering: basics of natural gas and oil production

-10 day short course: 10/11/19-21/11/19

 This unique course will be given by a guest lecturer, Prof. Pavel Bedrikovetsky from the University of Adelaide during 10 days (two calendar weeks), each day consisting of 4 hours. The course will reward students with 3 academic credits. The course is intended for a wide range of audience: MSc-PhD students of mechanical engineering and geophysics, third or fourth year BSc Students (particularly from the joint program), environmental studies/chemical engineering students, professionals from the oil and gas industry.

Syllabus:  The course covers production and reservoir engineering fundamentals for gas and oil fields. Each topic begins with a thorough introduction, for those who are not familiar, and then moves on to more advanced matters. Topics include secondary migration of gas and oil, drilling fluid invasion in geologic gas- and oil-bearing formations, well productivity and formation damage, water production during gas- and oil-well exploitation, and methods of enhanced gas and oil recovery. Numerical and qualitative exercises are presented along with field cases and practical examples. Current reservoir and production engineering challenges in gas and oil fields are discussed as well as future technologies. The unique feature of the course is interactive training and sessions where the participants may present their field cases, or practical problems.

 Instructor Bios

Professor Pavel Bedrikovetsky is an author of a seminal book in reservoir engineering and 230 technical papers in international journals and SPE. His research covers formation damage, waterflooding and EOR. He holds MSc in Applied Mathematics, PhD in Fluid Mechanics and DSc in Reservoir Engineering from Moscow Oil-Gas Gubkin University. In 1991-1994 he was a Visiting Professor at Delft University of Technology and at Imperial College of Science and Technology. From 1994 and until now Pavel is Petrobras Staff Consultant. He has 40-years of industrial experience in Russia, Europe, Brazil and Australia. Currently he holds Chair in Petroleum Engineering at Australian School of Petroleum at the University of Adelaide. He served as Section Chairman, short course instructor, key speaker and Steering Committee member at many SPE Conferences. He was 2008-2009 and 2016-2017 SPE Distinguished Lecturer.

E-mail: pavel@asp.adelaide.edu.au

https://www.adelaide.edu.au/directory/pavel.bedrikovetski#

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