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Pete 662 - Production Engineering
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PETE 662 Production Engineering Texas A M University Instructor Dr Jenn Tai Liang Office RICH 619A Office Hours T 2 00 5 00 pm Office Phone 845 0173 E mail jenn tai liang tamu edu Fall 2014 TTh 12 45 2 00 pm RICH 313 COURSE SYLLABUS Description This course is a survey course in petroleum production engineering beginning with the material in the textbook and going beyond this level with the aid of other material from the literature I will review basic undergraduate production engineering material at a fairly rapid pace The primary topics that will be covered include reservoir inflow skin effects and formation damage well completion performance multiphase flow in pipes and well stimulation A course outline is given below Objectives Learn engineering methods to evaluate and optimize oil and gas well performance Text Petroleum Production Systems 2nd edition by M J Economides A D Hill C Ehlig Economides and D Zhu supplemental papers Course Schedule Week 1 3 4 5 6 9 10 13 14 15 Topic Chapter s covered Introduction to production engineering review of reservoir inflow Skin effects and formation damage well completion performance Well stimulation acidizing and hydraulic fracturing Multiphase flow in pipes Artificial lift overview 1 5 6 14 18 7 10 11 12 COURSE POLICIES 1 Attendance Class attendance is important I will supplement the material in the textbook with a considerable amount of additional published and unpublished material some of which may be presented only during class time I encourage you to attend class regularly 2 Examinations Examinations are not optional Make up of major examinations will be given only for university excused absences 3 GRADING Mid term Exam I Oct 23rd Mid term Exam II Dec 4th Final Project Due Dec 9th 35 35 30 The course grade will be based on two mid term exams and a final project There will be no final exam There will be homework sets assigned approximately weekly These will not be graded but solutions will be posted a week after the



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