SPE Presentation: PetroCup FDP Simulator

Dear Friends,

We invite you to participate in Public Online Webinar:

Title: SPE Presentation: PetroCup FDP Simulator

Date: 23 January

Time: 10:00 (UTC+8)

Presenter: Sameer Joshi (Sofoil)

PetroCup is a Training and Testing facility for surface and subsurface petroleum facilities management, which tries to reproduce the realistic behavior of a reservoir system in response to human activity. It can be run as an online competition between different asset teams for the same field asset.

PetroCup has a very simple user-friendly web interface that allows petroleum engineers to perform routine activities (drilling, complex workovers, varying pump settings, well testing, logging...) with an intuitive button-click.

The PolyPlan simulator used is capable of modeling geological /dynamic flow models, wellbore flow model, surface and subsurface infrastructure, popular OH and CH sensors and reproducing a very realistic response to typical field operational activities.

In this way, several years of field development can be simulated in just a few days and redevelopment actions can be translated into Net Present Value, to identify the best future development plan for a field.

It helps to develop and improve practical skills in asset management and associated disciplines such as geology, petrophysics, flow simulations, production technology, well testing, production logging, surface and subsurface facilities and petroleum economics.

Sameer Joshi is Senior Reservoir Engineer for Sofoil SEA Division, based in Kuala Lumpur. He has over 30 years of worldwide experience in the upstream oil and gas industry, with both operating and service companies. He has experience of working on varied fields/reservoirs in South-East Asia, North Africa, West Africa and India.
Sameer holds M.S. and Engineer degrees in Petroleum Engineering from Stanford University, California, as well as an M Sc. in Physics from the University of Delhi, India.

Sameer is a member of the SPWLA and the SPE and serves as a Technical Review Editor for the SPE Journal (SPEJ) and the SPE Reservoir Evaluation and Engineering Journal (SPEREE). He received the SPE Outstanding Technical Editor Award in 2011.

We look forward to seeing you there!

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