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Over the last few years, the oil patch has experienced technological advancements that have made it easier for Engineers to manage their wells, Accounting to manage its books, IT to manage its servers, and even owners and partners to manage their cashflow and health of their business.

As Oil & Gas Industry engineers use a wide range of software for project planning, reservoir evaluation, well and completion engineering design.

Instructors for Software-Based Course all have extensive practical experience with the software being presented, and PetroDeep, Ltd. always guide its instructors to present real case studies, rather than the tutorial ones. PetroDeep, Ltd. provides each delegate with a high-efficient laptop during the course.



Industry trends in production monitoring and surveillance continue to demonstrate significant input from the academic and research fields, practical applications, and new-technology introduction. Market conditions similar to those of the previous year are driving some of the same discussions again this year. With the decline in new drilling, our peers are focusing on optimization of existing fields and examining past performance in preparation for new future developments. In many cases, these efforts are being performed with fewer personnel and limited capital resources.

Optimization of existing fields is inspiring new concepts for statistical and predictive production modeling, along with new views on decline analysis. Virtual flow-measuring systems, while not new technology, are experiencing a broadened application as a more-cost-effective alternative. The focus on existing assets also has increased discussion on well integrity and how this should be monitored and maintained.

Software Options:

  • Many View Options
  • Add Quick Links To Your Files
  • Different Themes
  • Easy Importing Data
  • ESP Wells Statistics
  • Sucker Rod Wells Statistics
  • Large Plot
  • Pie Chart
  • Select Any Time Interval
  • Tabulated Data, Copy and Export to Excel
  • Use Mouse or Keyboard to Zoom
  • Visualization Options


Reservoir, production, and process simulators require adequate thermodynamic descriptions and models of petroleum fluids in order to perform accurate simulations. Phase behavior prediction applications model the thermodynamic behavior of these fluids based on fluid property (PVT) data obtained from laboratory studies. The PVT reports that contain these data are often difficult to locate since they are often stored in an engineer’s office rather than in a central location that is easily accessible to other personnel within the same company. As a result, it is not always evident whether a PVT analysis has been performed for a particular field, and another study may be ordered. In addition, PVT reports are typically provided in hard copy format and the data must be manually entered and regressed in order to be used by the various simulators.

A relational database application (PVT Data Storing Module) has been developed by PetroDeep, Ltd. to ensure that PVT data is stored, organized, and tracked in a logical and readily accessible digital format. The application provides data storage in a central location that can be accessed through a corporate wide network. Users are able to query for fluid data in the database that match a specified search criteria, which can eliminate the need for additional PVT studies if a similar fluid is located.

The application utilizes an intuitive Microsoft Windows graphical user-interface (GUI) and can be used in a stand-alone (desktop or local) environment or scaled upward to a client-server environment. Flexible search, report generation, and data visualization promotes effective data analysis. Since the application adheres to windows computing standards, and provides functionality such import/export capabilities with other applications, data sharing is fundamental.


  • Selecting Well and Reservoir
  • Entering Data and Save Them
  • Link to the PVT Package Software (PVTi, PVTp, PVTSim,…etc).


Subsurface mapping is a way to visualize various geologic and hydrologic features in any dimension from a one-dimensional cross section to a 4-D production map. All subsurface map types can be useful, but the key is to know what you are investigating and what map types are most appropriate.

The purpose of subsurface mapping in the geology of petroleum Is to find traps that contain oil and gas pools and the information obtained from wells forms the heart of the data upon which subsurface geology depends.

Subsurface structures may mapped on any formation boundary, unconformity, or producing formation that can be identified and correlated by well data. Structure maps often are shown by contour elevation maps.

PetroDeep, Ltd. Platform allows adding the structure map of any field and reservoir. Available images formats are:

  • JPEG
  • TIFF
  • BMP
  • PNG
  • RMF
  • GIF
  • JPG


PetroDeep, Ltd. Platform workflow starts with picking your well from any field, you can then show its production performance and main info. such how the well is currently producing (naturally flowing, artificial lifted), its WHP,… etc. If the well is artificially lifted, engineer can be told the pump depth and NLAP. In addition, engineer can show perforation data and well history.

Well location may be appeared on a base map just like the well-known software OFM (SLB). Even the base map of many field can be visualized at once! Other data may be appeared on request such as well production allocation, and Pressure history.

PetroDeep, Ltd. Platform comes with may themes and layout. User can customize its layout and save it permanently for any upcoming use for the same PC user.

The Platform can arrange all reserve data, including probability (P90%, P50%, and P10%) and remaining reserve. It provides many tools to organize and filter your data, and at the end you can export the result to an Excel sheet by just one mouse click.

 The software includes many modules for the most

  • PVT Calculator; you can just enter the reservoir conditions of Pressure and Temperature, Gas Gravity, API, Solution GOR; to get all the results for the most-common empirical correlations. You can export your results to an Excel sheet.
  • Mud Log Translator; now you can copy the abbreviations of a mud log to get its meaning immediately.
  • Rate Transient Analysis (RTA)
  • Water Diagnostic Plot; according to Chan Plots.
  • IPR Modules; straight, composite and Vogel modules.
  • Economic Study; in both table and chart formats.

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