Petroleum Engineering and Reservoir Simulation

Petroleum engineering studies are fundamental to profitable operations of hydrocarbon exploration and production. At Danvic, petroleum engineering validates the geologic interpretation and focuses on the remaining potential of the field. Our petroleum engineers combine volumetric and performance evaluation results to determine the exploration, exploitation, and remaining potential reserves and resources of all properties.

  • Reservoir Simulation
  • Reservoir modeling
  • Complex field modeling
  • Performance evaluation and projection
  • Evaluation of infill drilling / workover programs
  • Compositional modeling
  • Waterflood design and projection
  • Waterflood performance evaluation
  • Gas injection design and projection
  • Gas injection performance evaluation
  • CO2 flooding design and projection
  • CO2 flooding performance evaluation
  • Gas cycling design and projection
  • Gas cycling performance evaluation

 

  • Petroleum Engineering
  • Third party reserve reports
  • Reservoir management and planning
  • Estimation of proven, probable, and potential reserves
  • Volumetric oil and gas reserves and resource calculations
  • Decline curve analysis to estimate remaining reserves from performance
  • Volumetric and performance reserve estimate reconciliation to determine the most likely remaining reserves
  • Monitoring drilling programs
  • Analysis of the production history of individual wells
  • Evaluation of reservoir pressure performance
  • Depletion planning
  • Preparation of complete development plans
  • Enhanced recovery studies.
  • P/Z plots to determine the original gas potential and ultimate reserves
  • Material balance calculations to calculate the original oil and gas potential and reserves
  • Production and performance database creation for use in production evaluation and analysis
  • Evaluation of drill stem tests
  • Evaluation of the efficiency of completions (system analysis)
  • Evaluation of gas lift systems
  • Projection of oil and gas production rates for wells
  • Determination of reservoir drive mechanism
  • Projection of reservoir performance
  • Estimation of recovery factors for individual reservoirs
  • Formation damage analysis for existing completions
  • Pressure transient analysis
  • Horizontal well performance analysis
  • Vertical well performance analysis
  • Water-coning analysis
  • Gas-coning analysis