Enhanced oil recovery (EOR) is largely divided into three major areas:
- Gas injection
- Chemical Injection
- Thermal injection
Although the areas share some similarities (they are injection based), they are mostly different and you as an oil and gas professional must evaluate what type of EOR learning you and your company can benefit from. We have developed the workflow below to help you decide:
Enhanced oil recovery plays an important role in the contribution to world oil supply, and is likely to be more important in future. In a time of crisis, supply may not seem so important – but it is! Oil prices have been falling, but demand has kept growing. In fact, the demand for oil and gas is currently higher than any other time in history.
Churchill once said: “the best time to plant a tree is twenty years ago. The second best time is now”.
The time for EOR is now, and many industry specialists agree- including the respected Paul L. Bondor (Society of Petroleum Engineers).
EOR is important because of its relatively low risk and potentially high upside. According to SPE, there is an estimated target resource for EOR applications of 6 trillion barrels, of the 9 trillion initially in place [SPE reference], and EOR economics are often attractive.
EOR is also experiencing significant technological development, so it’s important for you as an oil and gas professional to stay updated on the various techniques and experiences.
Your Instructor: Dr. Kristian Mogensen:
Dr. Kristian Mogensen is among the elite of technical oil and gas professionals and hold more than 40 publications and 22 patent applications. Kristian is continiously working for oil and gas companies allowing him to bring you the newest technological developments and has a fantastic, positive and refreshing perspective on learning. The course is a bargain from the perspective that you will be able to consult with Dr. Kristian Mogensen.
The course takes 6 weeks to complete and consists of 6 modules (unless you take the short course). The start date of the course can be found in the top-right price table. Students are grouped together according to demand.
A high-level outline of the course is presented in the video above.
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