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COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERM







Academic Year


Semester/Term


2011/2012


2

Course Code


Course Title


Credit


Medium of Instruction


Course Pre-requisite(s)/ Minimum Requirement(s)


SGGS 6119


Development Geology


4


English


None

Main Reference

Asquith, G. And Krygowski, D., 2004, Basic Well Log Analysis, 2nd Edition: AAPG Methods in Exploration No. 16, 244 p.

Bradley, H.B.,1987, Petroleum Engineering Handbook: TECHNIP Edition.

Caers, J., 2005, Petroleum Geostatistics: Society of Petroleum Engineers, 88 p.

Deutsch, C.V., 2002, Geostatistical Reservoir Modeling, Oxford University Press, 384 p

Doyen, P.M., 2007, Seismic Reservoir Characterization: An Earth Modelling Perspective: EAGE Publicatoins (European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers), 255 p.

Drake, L.R., 2001, The Practice of Reservoir Engineering, Revised Edition: Developments in Petroleum Science 55: Elsevier Science, 572 p.

Morton-Thompson, D. and Woods, A.M., 1993, Development Geology Reference Manual: AAPG Methods in Exploration No. 10, 548 p.

Slatt, R.M., 2006, Stratigraphic Reservoir Characterization for Petroleum Geologists, Geoophysicists, and Engineers: Handbook of Petroleum Expoloration and Production, vol. 6, Elsevier 478 p.

Teaching Materials/ Equipment

Articles from journals and textbooks, exercises, computer workstations, software

Learning Strategies

Lecture & practical

Student Learning Time


Face to face: 27

Guided learning: 40

Independent learning: 93

Assessment: 0

Soft Skills

Communication Skills (CS1-CS4;CS6), Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills (CT1-CT3;CT5), Team Work Skills (TS1-TS3), Life Long Learning and Information Management ( LL1-LL3), Professional Ethics and Moral Skills (EM1- EM2), Leadership Skills (LS1-LS2)

Lecturer


Room


Telephone/e-mail



Dr. Ralph L. Kugler / GB 212 / 603-7967 7126 / rlkugler@um.edu.my


Prof. Dr. Wan Hasiah Abdullah /315 /0379674232/ wanhasia@um.edu.my

Lecture Session:

Day/Time

Venue


Tutorial/Practical Session: Day/Time

Venue

Refer to current timetable


Refer to current timetable

Important Dates



Test:TBA


Final examination: None

Teaching Schedule


Week

Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic

References/Teaching Materials/Equipment

1


Introduction to reservoir management and field development planning (2 hrs)

LCD projector, laptop, white board

2


Reservoir characterization – structure / facies (2 hrs)

Well/Seismic correlation exercise (3 hrs)

LCD projector, laptop, white board, workstation, software

3


Reservoir characterization – petrophysics / electrofacies (2 hrs)

Electrofacies exercise (3 hrs)

LCD projector, laptop, white board, workstation, software

4


Basic reservoir engineering – pressure, production analysis, production allocation, well test analysis (3 hrs)

Well test exercise (2 hrs)

LCD projector, laptop, white board

5


Reservoir fluid distribution, saturation functions, contacts (2 hrs)

Fluid contact exercise (3 hrs)

LCD projector, laptop, white board

6


Static modeling - Geostatistical concepts, structural modeling (2 hrs)

Static modeling exercise (3 hrs)

LCD projector, laptop, white board, workstation, software

7


Static modeling – facies and petrophysical modeling (2 hrs)

Static modeling exercise, continued (3 hrs)

LCD projector, laptop, white board, workstation, software

8


Volumetric estimation, uncertainty analysis, and reserve classification (2 hrs)

Volumetric estimation exercise (3 hrs)

LCD projector, laptop, white board

9


Reservoir engineering - dynamic modeling (2 hrs)

Volumetric uncertainty exercise (3 hrs)

LCD projector, laptop, white board

10


Identification of workover and infill drilling opportunities (2hrs)

Well planning exercise (3 hrs)

LCD projector, laptop, white board, workstation, software

11


Improved and enhanced recovery methods (2 hrs)

Case study (3 hrs)

LCD projector, laptop, white board, Petrel

12


Field development planning (2 hrs)

Case study (3 hrs)

LCD projector, laptop, white board

13


Production economics (2 hrs)

Case study (3 hrs)

LCD projector, laptop, white board

14


Case study presentations (5 hrs)

LCD projector, laptop, white board





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