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Brown Field Asset Re-development - Land Operation, USA

2nd April, 2019

            Benel Technical engaged as technical partners for the redevelopment of a brownfield in the US. The asset comprising two fields indicated hydrocarbon prospects from 3D Seismic interpretation, acquired post the initial wells campaign and suggesting that producing wells were down dipped of the structure with the potential of the existence of “atic oil” to the fields. Benel conducted field analytical studies with history-matched production forecasts to confirm opportunity prognosis. Benel Technical activity forward plans for assets included numerical field static and dynamic simulation for execution support, wells design, contracting (strategy + implementation) & procurement and operations planning for two initial wells on both fields, including environmentally compliant drilling operations in a populated and built-up area (using zero discharge and oily sludge recovery and cleaning processes) to deliver uncontaminated worksite post operations execution. 


Well Engineering Modelling Canada

3rd July, 2019

               Well Engineering drilling optimization modelling in collaboration with the Stochastic Optimization Lab of the University of Toronto, Ontario. Developing Big Data solutions with Markov Decision Processes for well engineering operations to optimize drilling performance

Well Engineering Project Management

6th July, 2019

     Provided Well Engineering Project Management (WEPM) services for the Nigeria Petroleum Development Company, (NPDC) OML 26 Asset Management Team, for the delivery of planned infill wells (workovers, re-entries, new drills, and appraisal wells) as part of a brownfield redevelopment campaign.
     The development area comprises heavy oil reservoirs with challenges of early water breakthrough (EWBT) from viscous fingering and unfavourable mobility ratio. Benel Technical is introducing unique solutions with autonomous inflow control devices as mechanical mitigation in lieu of field-wide reservoir solutions for water breakthrough. Project ongoing and results expected in 2020.