This workshop is for exploitation engineers workingеКwith mature water, polymer, or miscible floods who want to gain an understanding of how streamlines and our studioSL softwareеКcan help. In today's economic climate of limited capital budgets, there are still numerous opportunities to optimize mature floods by applying basic reservoir engineering surveillance work steps.
studioSL v2015.0526 has been released. To update your current versions, selectеКHelp-->CheckеКfor UpdatesеКand follow the instructions. If company policy prevents you from connecting to the Streamsim's server, you can always upgrade offline by going to Help-->Offline UpdatesеКinstead and downloading a zip-file.
Visit Streamsim's booth 7516 at the 2015 Global Petroleum Show in Calgary, Canada, June 9-11.еК We welcome all our customers to come see the latest technology we offerеКfor reservoir surveillance, flow simulation, and flood optimization. еКWe also have a new Ensemble-based HM/Forecasting workflow and we will be presenting the below two talks at the Heavy Oil Theater.
We are happy to announce that the 11th annual meeting of the Streamsim/Stanford History Matching JIP will take place May 6th and 7th, 2015 at Stanford University. The HMJIP started with the ‰ЫПsimple‰Ыќ question as to how streamlines may help reservoir engineers improve well-level history matching while maintaining geological realism.
A major release of studioSLеКis now available. If you have studioSL installed, you can upgradeеКto the latest version by going to Help-->Check for Updates and follow the instructions. If firewall or company IT policies prevent you from connecting to the Streamsim server, youеКcanеКdo a Manual Update by going toеКHelp-->Manual Update which will require manually downloading a zip file from our website.
Streamsim will be exhibiting at the 2014 Global Petroleum Show in Calgary, Canada, June 10-12 at booth 8165.еК We welcome all our customers to stop by to see the latest technology we offerеКfor reservoir surveillance, flow simulation, and flood optimization. еКWe also have a new Ensemble-based HM/Forecasting workflow and we will be presenting SPE paper 170106 on surfactant-polymer flood modeling.
The 10th Streamsim/Stanford Joint Industry Project on streamline-based history matching and forecasting was held May 7th and 8th at Stanford University. The meeting was a notable success and discussed history matching and forecasting in the context of uncertainty--both spatial and dynamic uncertainty. The history matching JIP is supported by a consortium of international energy companies with the primary purpose to accelerate the development and application of novel history-matching technology.