CAESAR, a unique well and reservoir management application that combines the power of reservoir simulation results with the analytics of production data, helps to effectively optimize field development and maximize hydrocarbon resource value. Caesar works seamlessly with the output of well known reservoir simulators (Eclipse, FlowSim, VIP) as well as any production database.
With its powerful capabilities for well and reservoir management and easy workflow, Caesar can be used effortlessly for locating potential infill drilling sites for additional reserves, for history matching, for waterflood/WAG implementation, for identification of recompletions, perforations, and shut-in candidates and so much more!
CAESAR is designed to visualize flow paths, compute allocation factors, assess pattern performance, and optimize injection based on injector-producer connections. It can be used to generate and analyze streamlines, quantify fluxes, and visualize the performance of a reservoir in 3D. CAESAR uses proprietary technology that allows the user to handle compressive fluid flow, gas cap, aquifer influx, and geologic heterogeneities like thief zones and faults with high accuracy. It can help in improving sweep efficiency and pressure balancing.
CAESAR provides a complete integration framework to achieve reservoir optimization and production enhancement, using both production data and reservoir simulation.
Handle thousands of wells with a fast response time
Perform fast optimization and design of waterfloods and EOR floods
Quantify the impact of opening and squeezing perforations
Determine injectors causing poor sweep and determine candidates for conversion
Identify key injectors for EOR injection
Predict EOR performance based on type curve analysis
CAESAR’s functionality allows the user to analyze streamtubes. A user is able to visualize streamlines between wells and assess pattern balance and sweep-out. This application can compute remaining oil in streamtube bundles as well as identify out-of-zone injection. CAESAR’s analysis of streamtubes can also help quantify the impact of opening and closing perforations.
Waterflood analysis allows the user to diagnose waterflood problems by comparing field recoveries to analytic predictions. CAESAR has the ability to assess the performance of waterflood patterns and quantify and locate bypassed and remaining oil in waterflood patterns. CAESAR’s waterflood analysis also assists the user to rank patterns and identify opportunities and issues with traffic pattern maps.
Waterflood Sweep Optimization
CAESAR can identify unswept oil inside a reservoir and determine high water cut producers. It also allows for the user to optimize waterflood sweep by locating potential infill well locations.
CAESAR gives the user the ability to compute injection efficiency. This application can analyze long-term injection performance. It also had the ability to assess the value of injected water in displacing oil and redistributing water to increase production. CAESAR can also identify injectors causing high water cuts and consider them as shut-in candidates.
CAESAR is able to quantify allocation factors. This application’s current functionality can utilize streamlines to determine the injector-producer allocation factors. It also has the ability to analyze the change in allocation factors over time. CAESAR can also help the user visualize the fluid allocation between an injector and all connected producers.
CAESAR uses 2D plots which allows a user to compare historical data with simulation data. A user can examine well-level performance plots in this application and view statistics, scatter plots and cross plots.
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