Integration of the well and reservoir elements provides the ability to understand the dynamic interactions of the complete petroleum engineering system.
The value of well re-design and well stimulation efforts can easily be evaluated in context of the complete petroleum engineering system.
We use the evolving reservoir fluids to capture well stability phenomena during a prediction enabling well contingency planning strategies to be developed.
Scheduling power provides the ability to automatically develop well completion and drilling schedules that are required to meet a given overall flow objective. Drilling queues, work-overs, etc., can automatically be activated based on an objective function being set at any level in a given system.
Predicting measured reality is the ultimate goal of integrated studies which offers a Model Validation utility to interrogate the system response. The model validation utility enables well model performance to be updated based on latest test data ensuring consistent model prediction ability.