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COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

(Petroleum Engineering)



  1. Subject: PETROLEUM GEOLOGY

  2. Credits: 3 (3,1 )

  3. Instructors: Dr.Sc.HOANG DINH TIEN, Dr.PHAM HUY LONG, Dr.TRAN VAN XUAN, Dr. CU MINH HOANG.

  4. Deparment: Petroleum Geology, Falculty of Petroleum and Geology Engineering

  5. Previous subjects:

  6. Parallel subjects:

  7. Purpose: Introduction basic knowledges about petroleum geology in general such as oil and gas generation and accumulation processes. To understand exploration, production and oil field management. To be premise for petroleum production potential assessment.

  8. Course description: Introduction properties, origins, generation and accumulation principles of oil and gas. The concept of cross section and reservoir layer map. The evaluation of petroleum prospect and reseach some basins in VietNam and in the world.

  9. Subject contents:

9.1 LECTURES IN CLASS: 45 section

Chapter

Content

Section

References

1

The oil and gas generation and accumulation.

1.1. Conception

1.2. Source rock

  • Quality and type source rock

  • Source rock distribution

  • Maturity

1.3.The generation of oil and gas accumulation

  • Basic conditions for generation of oil and gas accumulations

  • The oil and gas bodies formation process

  • The oil field formation

  • The formation of oil and gas deposit prones

  • Reservoir destroy

  • The water containing a reservoirs

1.4. Reservoir Rocks and reservoir

  • General

  • The nature of rock reservoir

  • The secondary alteration of rock reservoir

  • Sandstone reservoir

  • Cacnonate reservoir

  • Fracture reservoir

1.5. Traps

  • Trap formation mechanism

  • The trap types

1.6.Migration

  • Primary migration

  • Secondary migration

  • The role of migration processes

1.7. Distribution principles of oil and gas accumulations

1.8. Seal

  • Seal generating mechanisms

  • Seal types

Exercise

21

[1,2,3,4,5]

2

The relationship between tectonics and generation of sedimentary basins

2.1. Classification of tectonic basin

2.2. Petroleum basin types

2.3. The relationship of trap and tectonic regime

Exercise

6

[1,2,4,5]

3

Introduction to cross section and subsurface mapping

3.1. Structure section and stratigraphy

3.2. The correlation of geology – geophysic section

3.3. Map parameters

3.4. Use of structural maps in the determination of gross rock volume

Exercise

6

[1,5]

4

Division of oil and gas prospects

4.1. Abnormaly and prospects

4.2. Oil and gas prospect area

4.3. Division of oil and gas prospects

4.4 Prospect and risk

Exercise

6

[1,2,5]

5

Vietnam petroleum geology

5.1. General Petroleum geology characterization

5.2. Special properties of VN petroleum geology

Seminar

6

[1,2,3,4]



9.2 LECTURAL, PRATICE, EXPERIMENT IN THE LAB AND ON COMPUTER: 15 section

Order

EXPERIMENT, PRACTICE

section

Lab, computer room

References

1

Geological model, petroleum system of Vietnam sedimentary basins

15

Computer Modeling labs, exploration deparment – reservoir engineering deparment – PVEP, NIPI-Vietsov, JOC…

[]



9.3 EXERCISE, EXTERNAL ESSAY, FIELD TRIP : 15 section

Order

Contents

Section

Location

References

1

Essay

15

PVEP, VSOP, VPI

[]

2

Pratice: experiment in lab, geology museum.

15

Ho Chi Minh City, Vung Tau city

[]



  1. Reference Literature:


[1] F. K. North

Petroleum Geology, UNWIN HYMAN Inc., 1990

[2] Hoang Dinh Tien

Địa chất dầu khí & phương pháp tìm kiếm, thăm dò, theo dõi mỏ, Nhà XB ĐH Quốc gia TP. Hồ Chí Minh, 2006

[3] M.T. Halbouty

Futrue petroleum provinces of the world, AAPG Memoir 40, USA, 1986.

[4] Peter K.Link

Basic Petroleum Geology, third edition, 2004.

[5] IHRDC

Fundamentals of Petroleum Geology, 2004.



  1. Evaluation:

No

Method

Number of test

Weight(%)

1

Mid-term test







2

Practice, Experiment

01

20

3

Seminar, Assignment,

02

30

4

Final test

01

50

Head of Department Instructor

(Full name & signature) (Full name & signature)

SUBJECT SYLLABUS

(Major: Petroleum Engineering)


1. Subject name: Reservoir Engineering

2. Credits: 3

3. Instructors: MAI CAO LAN (PhD), HOANG MINH HAI (PhD),

NGUYEN QUYNH LAM (PhD)

4. Department: Drilling and Production Engineering

5. Course description: The course provides students with advanced knowledge on characteristics of reservoir rocks, fluids as well as fluid flow in typical reservoirs. In addition, the course focuses on computational techniques, the design and analysis of oil recovery profiles in the appraisal and development phases of the oil field.

6. Course outline:

Chapter

Content

Hours

References



Introduction

  1. The roles of reservoir engineering in the oil field development

  2. Objectives and tools for studying oil fields in reservoir engineering

1

(3, 4)



Characteristics of reservoir rocks and quantitative methods for studying them

    1. Characteristics of reservoir rocks

    2. Rock-fluid interactions and quantitative techniques for studying them

    3. Heterogeneity of oil reservoirs

    4. Quantitative methods for describing heterogeneous reservoirs

Exercises and practices

3

(1,2,5)



Characteristics of reservoir fluids and quantitative methods for studying them

    1. Hydocarbon phase behavior

    2. PVT properties of fluids

    3. PVT analysis for oil and gas

    4. PVT correlations

Exercises and practices

3

(1,3,5,6)



Fluid flows in reservoirs

    1. Impacts on fluid flows in reservoirs

    2. Fluid flow equations

    3. Steady-state and unsteady flows

    4. Numerical solutions of the flow equations

Practices and exercises

3

(2,3,5)



Oil recovery mechanisms and material balance equations (MBEs)

    1. Primary oil recovery mechanisms

    2. Generalized material balance equations

    3. MBEs for oil reservoirs

    4. MBEs for gas reservoirs

Practise and exercises/seminars

5

(1,3, 5,7)



Well Test Analysis

    1. Objectives and theoretical background of transient well testing

    2. Well Test Data

    3. Typical well tests

    4. Tools for well test analysis

Practices and exercises/seminars

9

(2,3,5)



Predicting the performance of oil reservoirs

    1. Estimate of accumulated production oil

    2. Building recovery profile for reservoirs

    3. Time factor in reservoir performance prediction

Practices and exercises/seminars

6

(2,5)



7. References

  1. Huynh Thanh Son & Le Phuoc Hao. Applied Reservoir Engineering, HCMC National University Press, HCM City, 2003

  2. Brian F. Towler. Fundamental Principles of Reservoir Engineering. SPE (2002)

  3. L.P. Dake. Fundamentals of Reservoir Engineering. Elsevier (2002)

  4. L.P. Dake. The Practice of Reservoir Engineering. Elsevier (2001)

  5. Tarek Ahmed. Reservoir Engineering Handbook. Second edition. Gulf (2001)

  6. William D. McCain Jr. The Properties of Petroleum Fluids. Second edition. PennWell (1990)

  7. B.C. Craft and M. Hawkins. Applied Petroleum Reservoir Engineering, Second Edition, Prentice Hall (1991)



8. Evaluation

No

Method

Number of evaluations

Weight (%)

1

Practices/Experiments

2

30

2

Exercises/Seminars

2

30

3

Final Test

1

40



Instructor

(Full name and signature)

SUBJECT SYLLABUS

(Major: Petroleum Engineering)


1. Subject name: DRILLING ENGINEERING

2. Credits: 3

3. Instructors: VU VAN AI (PhD), TRAN XUAN ĐAO (PhD), HOANG QUOC KHANH (PhD)

4. Department: Drilling and Production Engineering

5. Course description: The course provides students with advanced knowledge on petroleum drilling technology and techniques, especially in complex geo-technical conditions (offshore, deep, horizontal, multilateral wells, high temporary, abnormal reservoir pressure, damaged formation, fluid loss, blowout, etc…), new achievements and development abilities of petroleum drilling technology in Vietnam.

6. Course outline:

Chapter

Content

Hours

References

1

Drilling hydraulics

1.1 Introduction to drilling hydraulics

1.2 Pressures in the well

1.3 Buyoancy

1.4 Rheological models and rotational viscometer

1.5 Flows and friction pressure losses in pipes and annuli

1.6 Flow and pressure loss through jet bits

1.7 Pump and jet bit nozzle size selection

1.8 Mud transport in the annuli

1.9 Hydraulics in tripping drillstring

Exercises and seminar

4

(1, 2, 3)

2

Drilling fluid

    1. Parameters of drilling fluid

    2. Drilling fluid types

    3. Making drilling fluid

    4. Drilling fluid in complex conditions

Exercises and seminar

3

(1, 2,3)

3

Cementing

    1. Cements and additives

    2. Standardization of drilling cements

    3. Cementing equipment

    4. Cementing technology

    5. Factors affecting cementing qualities

    6. Potential problems in cementing process

    7. Testing of cementing qualities

Exercises and seminar

3

(1, 2,3)

4

Casing and drillstring design

4.1. Aim and requirement

4.2. Design parameters

4.3. Criteria and API properties of casing and drillstring

4.4. Analyses of the forces impacting on casing and drillstring

4.5. Factors affecting operating capacity of casing and drillstring

4.5. Common problems for casing and drillstring

4.6. Design considerations

Exercises and seminar

3

(1, 2, 3)

5

Drilling bits

    1. API Classification of bits

    2. Operating conditions (bit weigh, rotary speed, flow rate, etc.)

    3. Factors affecting operating capacity of bits

    4. Tooth wear

    5. Bearing wear

    6. Diameter wear

    7. Hydraulic losses through bits

    8. Common problems and failures of bits

Exercises and seminar

3

(1, 2, 3)

6

Directional drilling

    1. Calculating the directional well trajectory

    2. Planning the directional drilling

    3. Mechanicsms making deviation forces and diflection tools

    4. Reservoir data for directional well design and execution

    5. Specializations for design of directional drilling technology and directional well completion

    6. Evaluation of the effects of applied potential and development in Vietnam

Exercises and seminar

4

(1, 3)

7

Well Horizontal Drilling Engineering

    1. Horizontal well design

    2. Special tools and equipment

    3. Condition of horizontal drilling

    4. Speciliazation for horizontal drilling techniques and fluids

    5. Casing

    6. Cementing

    7. Horizontal well completion

    8. Horizontal well workover

    9. Common problems

Exercises and seminar

6

(1, 4)

8

Specilizations for other drilling engineering

8.1 Specilizations for design and implemention of slimhole

8.2. Specilizations for underbalance drilling technology

8.3. Specilizations for casing drilling technology

8.4. Evaluation of the effects of applied potential and development in Vietnam

Exercises and seminar

4

(1,2,3)

7. References

  1. A.T. Bourgoyne Jr., K.K. Millheim, M.E. Chenevert, and F.S. Young Jr. Applied Drilling Engineering. SPE (1991)

  2. Bill Mitchell. Advanced Oil Well Drilling Engineering Handbook. Tenth edition. Mitchell (1995)

  3. M. J. Economides, L. T. Watters, S.Dunn-Norman, Petroleum Well Construction, John Wiley & Sons (1998)

  4. S.D. Joshi. Horizontal Well Technology. PennWell (1991, 1998)

  5. Multilateral Wells, No. 53. SPE (2002)

  6. HYDMOD software, Maurer Engineering Inc (1993)

  7. Drilling Office 3.2, Schlumberger Information Solutions (2002)

  8. PETREL workflow tools, Schlumberger Information Solutions (2005)

8. Evaluation

No

Method

Number of evaluations

Weight (%)

1

Practices/Experiments

2

20

2

Exercises/Seminars

2

30

3

Final Test

1

50
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