Workshop

This year we plan to feature a small one-day post-Forum workshop on the 19 August 2024, delivered by Mike Byrne of AXIS, and Justin Green of Premier Corex, well known in sand management.

Well performance and formation damage in CCS wells

All You Need to Know

This course is intended for industry professionals who wish to develop or expand their knowledge of  well performance and formation damage in CCS wells and to discover how optimum injectivity can be assured through appropriate laboratory testing and modelling. 

The workshop will be delivered by Mike Byrne of AXIS and Justin Green of Premier Corex. They will explore how lower completion and fluid choice can influence well injectivity.

We will discuss lower completion selection criteria and propose a process to design the correct fluid for reservoir/store drilling, completion, clean-up and interventions.

Limited number of places will be available.

Find out more details on the workshop
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Register your place alongside the main forum to attend.

Overview

The workshop will cover both saline aquifer and depleted hydrocarbon stores and will explore the differences between these stores. We will also highlight similarities with conventional wells and some key differences.

The following topics will be presented to generate discussion:

  • Examples of how injectivity and damage issues are addressed through laboratory testing and modelling
  • Examples of how injectivity and damage issues are addressed through laboratory testing and modelling
  • Recent advances in fluid engineering, modelling, and laboratory testing, together with some potential areas for further improvement

    Relevant case histories outlining the decision processes and technologies used

    Overview of thecurrent CCS “state of play”. What do we know, and what is yet to be understood
  • Exclusive access to the Forum proceedings (if approved for release by the presenter)

The workshop will be highly interactive, offering the opportunity to examine and debate the issues of greatest concern to participants.

Benefits and agenda

This workshop is ideal for anyone who wants to achieve a better understanding of achieving optimum CCS well injectivity.

Agenda

9.00
Introduction
9.15
The Importance of Formation and Completion Damage Avoidance
10.00
Fluids Design for Maximum Injectivity – laboratory testing
10.50
Break
11.00
Similarities and differences – laboratory testing for CCS wells
12.00
Lunch
13.00
Saline aquifers and depleted hydrocarbon stores
14.00
Upscaling & Well Perspective
14.50
Break
15.00


15.45
Case Studies –including recent laboratory testing results

What do we know and what is left to understand
16.00
Close of event

Programme

We are currently developing the programme for EWPF 2024. This will encompass a wide range of topics, including Drilling, Completion, Injection and Production.

Registration

Wish to improve your understanding of how to create better and more high performing wells?