Online Training Course on
“Efficient Management of Injection Water Treatment”
Date: 11-12 January 2022; Venue: Webex / Google Meet
Timing: 10:00 AM to 04:00 PM Indian Standard Time (IST)
Dr. Anil Bhardwaj
Ex-Group GM (Chemistry) ONGC
The significance of water injection needs no emphasis for an oilfield operator. It is the simplest technique for Improved Oil Recovery (IOR). When finding new oil fields is becoming difficult and developing them is cost intensive, any incremental oil gain through water injection is always desirable. Water injection planning involves assessment of suitability of reservoir for water injection, selection of source of water and its compatibility with reservoir rock and connate water, decision on water injection pattern, well location, water treatment process design, and pipelines for connecting to injection wells. Once water injection process begins, uninterrupted availability of injection water, with right quality, is the key to the success of water injection. If quality and quantity of injected water are not as per design, IOR projections can be erratic.
The poor injection water quality is one of major reason for poor efficiency of water injection operation due to injectivity loss and corrosion failure of pipelines and equipment. It needs a comprehensive understanding of significance of each step in injection water treatment to achieve the desired results. Maintaining or improving the performance of existing water injection systems can help sustain as well as improve current production levels. It is a well-known fact that early understanding of the problems and solutions of the water injection process can yield rich dividends in terms of smooth functioning and oil recovery.
The aim of the training is to technically strengthen the team engaged in injection water-treatment. Once the team is well aware of “why” they are doing, “what” will happen if they do it wrong, “what” is negative impact of any slippage and “what” corrective actions should they take; the team will perform better and performance of the water injection plant will also excel. Not only that, once the basic understanding of the persons involved in plant operations improves, they may even start thinking of system improvements to enhance efficiency.
In view of this, a Two Day Training on “Efficient Management of Injection Water Treatment” will be organized for the persons involved in different ways in operations of Water Injection Plants.
Dr. Anil Bhardwaj
Ex-Group GM (Chemistry) ONGC
The program will cover the topics:
• Raw Water Quality Impact
• Impact of Chlorination at Right Point
• Role and Optimization of Pigging Operations
• Suspended Solids and Injectivity
• Role of Bacteria and Microbiology in Water Treatment
• Microbiological Testing and Case Studies
• Corrosion and Impact on Injectivity
• Filtration Process Optimization
• Logical Chemistry and Appropriate use of Chemicals for achieving desired quality of injection water.
• Material Selection Options
• De-Oxygenation Optimization etc.
• Reservoir Souring: Prediction and Mitigation
should attend this Training Course?
• Persons involved in operations
• Plant Operators
• Quality Control Team
• Laboratory personnel
will this Training Course be presented?
This training course combines structured and focused presentations and discussions of topics covered with relevant examples & question/answer sessions to maximize the benefits to the participants. Participants will be provided with a comprehensive soft-copy of the course material.
Dr. Anil Bhardwaj is Fellow NACE International. He has conducted similar courses earlier in India as well as a webinar for Petronas, Malaysia. He has more than 38 years of experience in Upstream Oil and Gas. He has wide experience in Corrosion Control, Oilfield Production Chemistry and Water Treatment. He is author of more than 100 papers and 4 books and co-inventor of 5 patents. He has authored a book on “Pipeline Internal Corrosion”. He has expertise in diverse areas of injection water treatment, waste water treatment, oilfield production chemistry, pipeline internal corrosion, such as corrosion risk assessment, corrosion audit, corrosion prevention, control & monitoring, material selection, pipeline preservation, failure analysis, pipeline internal cleaning etc. He is a member of SPE, NACE International, Society for Failure Analysis and CII-Corrosion Management Committee. He superannuated as Group General Manager, Head Materials & Corrosion Department, Institute of Engineering & Ocean Technology, ONGC. Received accolade from NACE International Gateway India Section as well as National Corrosion Council of India for meritorious contribution to industry in the area of corrosion science and technology.
For registration, please send us details of the participants through email. The registration fee can be paid online (NEFT) or by sending a Draft or Cheque drawn in the favour of “MatCorr Consultancy Pvt. Ltd.”, payable at New Delhi.
Seats are limited and participants shall be registered on First Come First Served basis.