Basin is a basic form backend that lets you collect data from submissions without writing a single line of code.
Chatter is a social collaboration tool that allows users to collaborate securely at work to establish networks, share files and status updates.Chatter Integrations
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Triggers when a user submits to your form.
Triggers when a new group is created.
Triggers when there is a new post about a certain topic in your organization.
Triggers when any new post occurs in your Chatter Feed.
Triggers when a new topic is created.
Create a new post in your Chatter feed.
The field of reservoir simulation has grown rapidly in the last few decades. Reservoir simulation is an important tool that helps engineers make better decisions regarding the design of oil and gas fields. Reservoir simulation can be used to determine the flow rate of hydrocarbons and the pressure in the field.
The most common method for computing hydrocarbon flow rate is the use of a reservoir simulator. The reservoir simulator simulates the fluid flow by solving the governing differential equations (GDEs. The GDEs are defined by the mass conservation equation, momentum equation, energy equation, and material balance equation. By integrating these equations over time, the model gives output such as the pressure, temperature, and fluid flow. This is usually done by using a numerical integration technique. There are different types of numerical techniques that can be used to solve this problem. These include Finite difference methods, finite element methods, and volume of fluid methods. However, not all of these methods have been applied to simulate oil and gas reservoirs. In order to solve this problem, a finite difference formulation using volume of fluid elements was used to simulate a two-dimensional reservoir.
This study will focus on simulating an oil and gas reservoir in order to better predict future well performance. The simulations were performed using a commercial reservoir simulator called Petroleum Experts (PE. PE is a reservoir simulator that comes with different modules that can be used for different applications. For this study, the Chatter module was used. Chatter is an algorithm in Petroleum Experts that allows dynamic sensitivity analysis at any time step of any simulation run. Hence, it can be used to get information about how variables change based on other variables. Basin is another module that can be used to analyze the results obtained from different simulation runs to obtain more information. Basin combines the outputs from different simulation runs into one common database. It also analyzes these outputs to produce charts and reports which show time history variation of any variable in the study area. Basin works well when it is used with Chatter because it allows more information to be obtained from the simulation runs performed.
The first objective of this study is to integrate a two-dimensional steady state simulation of an oil and gas reservoir with Chatter and Basin software modules to better predict future well performance. The second objective is to look at how Chatter can be used as a tool to help engineers make better decisions regarding the design of oil and gas fields.
Basin and Chatter have been used previously by many different researchers for many different applications. Chatter was originally developed by Shell International Exploration Co in Amsterdam, Netherlands in 1991. It was initially created to analyze geological data, but has been used since then for many different applications including reservoir simulation. Basin was developed by Shell Canada Limited in Calgary, Alberta in 2005. Basin is an open source software which can be downloaded from its website (www.basinsoftware.com. Both programs are relatively new compared to many other reservoir simulation tools available today, but they have been shown to provide useful information that has helped engineers make better decisions regarding oil and gas fields. Basin has been especially helpful in providing information about how variables vary over time.
Chatter is an algorithm within Petroleum Experts that allows dynamic sensitivity analysis at any time step of any simulation run. This means that it can be used to get information about how variables change based on other variables. After a simulation run has completed, Chatter uses the output from the simulation run to produce charts and reports which show how time histories of any variable in the study area change over time. Basin is another module that can be used to analyze results obtained from different simulation runs to obtain more information about how variables vary over time. It combines the results from different simulation runs into one common database which provides even more information to engineers than what could be obtained from one individual simulation run alone. Basin performs sensitivity analysis on these data and produces charts and reports which show how any variable varies over time as well as how sensitive these results are to changes in a particular variable or group of variables. Together, Basin and Chatter allow engineers to get more information about how variables change over time which can help them make better decisions regarding oil and gas fields.
In recent years, there has been a lot of interest in applying Reservoir Simulation software such as Petroleum Experts (PE. to modernize oilfield operations through improved decision making processes and enhanced planning capabilities (Hu, Liu et al., 2007; Cui, Zhang et al., 2006. One of the main benefits of using reservoir simulation is that it allows engineers to gain insight into how past operations affect future operations. This insight can help engineers make better decisions regarding oilfield design features such as optimal well spacing and optimal completion design (Hu, Liu et al., 2007. A key component of using these reservoir simulators is that users need access to live data from wells in order for the simulations to be accurate (Hu, Liu et al., 2007. Therefore, there needs to be a database that stores data from wells which can be used for simulations as well as historical data which can be analyzed by Chatter and Basin .
This study examined Basin and Chatter as tools for improving decision making processes in designing oil and gas fields. It integrated Petroleum Experts with Chatter and Basin software modules for a two-dimensional steady state simulation of an oil and gas reservoir in order to predict future well performance and examine how sensitive these results are with respect to changes in various parameters. By combining results from multiple simulations together using Basin software, it was possible to see how each parameter varied over time as well as how sensitive these results were with respect to changes in these parameters. Through this study, it was shown that Chatter can be used as a tool for improving decision making processes in designing oilfields because it allows engineers to obtain more information about how variables change over time which can help them make better decisions regarding oilfield features such as optimal well spacing and completion design (Cui, Zhang et al., 2006.
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