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Online Sand Production Prediction

IESL has presented its Strata-MecanicaTM Engineering computations capability at the Sand Management Network SMN, an association founded in 2004 to promote knowledge, information and industry good practices about the processes associated with production of sand in oil and gas wells.

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Enhanced capabilities of our portal for Online Geomechanical applications

Strata-Mecanica was launched in April of this year to provide knowledge, data and computational capabilities for many geomechanical applications in well and reservoir engineering. In May we enhanced the Data Engineering side  with the addition of tools for Angola that will result in a more complete coverage of West Africa. Strata-Mecanica is now able to support users with more capabilities covering major oil & gas producing areas around the world.

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Master Lectures Program on Geomechanical applications completed at the Universidad Central de Venezuela

5 Master lectures for the school of Petroleum engineering at the Universidad Central de Venezuela were completed last week. Started early in the year the main topic was “Geomechanics applied to well construction and reservoir engineering processes”.

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Strata-Mecanica launched

Our latest innovation Strata-Mecanica was launched today, an online portal developed for professionals looking to resolve production engineering, well construction and reservoir mechanical performance tasks, the portal is divided in two areas; a Data Engineering area that provides knowledge and tools to determine, estimate and gather important parameters such as overburden, horizontal stresses, reservoir temperatures and fracture pressures in many basins worldwide.

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New publication – Inflow control in expandable screens

For many years inflow control has been successfully applied in expandable sand control completions through the use of screen geometry and components such as nozzles and variations in flow area, this new publication explores the use of the near wellborn rock to design, modify or vary in time the inflow contribution from the reservoir into the wellbore.

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New work awarded for the Southern North Sea

Spirit Energy has awarded engineering work for their new well in the SNS to IESL. Determination of near wellbore mechanical and fluid performance issues identified a number of production impairment mechanisms that could restrict inflow in the new gas well.

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Completion Design Assessment

IESL was completed a completion design assessment work for an operator in Southern Australia. The work included the use of existing engineering data to validate geomechanical models that allowed the user to select the optimum completion design for the fields.

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Risk of asphaltene deposition and near wellbore formation damage contract

IESL was awarded work for a Norwegian operator needing to determine the risk of asphaltene deposition and near wellbore formation damage.

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Successfull completion geomechanical work for the Gulf of Guinea

IESL has successfully completed geomechanical work for the Gulf of Guinea. An operator required an assessment of the field geomechanical and expected production conditions in the area and whether sanding will be induced.

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Solutions to dramatic changes in our industry

In a ever changing industry, we at IESL have seen significant upheaval in our time. These changes have required rapid and effective response and solutions to continue providing our clients with the same level of outstanding service that is expected from us.

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