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IHS RTA Conventional - Getting Started

Squeeze the most value from your production data, in order to understand the potential of your reservoir.

Need to evaluate your reservoirs without the need to shut-in your wells?

Want to determine your wells productivity index and forecast production?

This course introduces tools and features included in IHS RTA. Students will learn how to conduct a Simplified RTA Workflow to a Conventional Gas Well which includes Type Curves, Analytical Modelling, and Numerical Modelling during this 1.5 hour class. Attendees are encouraged to attend this RTA Getting Started course as a pre-requisite to:

  • Rate Transient Analysis Fundamentals using IHS RTA
  • Unconventional Production Data Analysis using IHS RTA

Note: This is an introductory software course designed to familiarize students with the basic features and functionality within the software. Theory and applied knowledge is beyond the scope of this class.

Course Details

Length: 1.5 Hours

Who Should Attend: Engineers, Geologists and Technologists who use IHS Harmony for data management, diagnostics and analysis will benefit from this class.

Prerequisites: Students should have an understanding of basic geoscience and engineering well data including well attributes, reservoir and fluid properties, and production data. Basic Windows navigation and spreadsheet skills are also recommended.

Tuition: No charge.

Location: Calgary, Alberta and London, UK training centers.

Cancellation Policy: To cancel without penalty, please give notice seven calendar days prior to the start of the course. Without prior notice, you will be charged $350.00.

Topics Covered

Diagnostics Plot

  • Creating custom templates for use in a workflow

Type Curves

  • Creating a Type Curve
  • How to use Conventional Type Curves
  • Data Filtering
  • Flow regime identification

Analytical Modelling

  • Creating an Analytical Model
  • Advantages and limitations of Analytical Models
  • Populating an Analytical Model
  • History Matching with an Analytical Model

Numerical Modelling

  • Creating a Numerical Model
  • Advantages of Numerical Models

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