Informasi Seminar

Technical Aspect of Plan of Development (POD) for Oil Industry

Technical Aspect of Plan of Development (POD) for Oil Industry

Plaza Hotel, Jogjakarta | June 01-03, 2010 | US$ 880.00/person



Plan of Development (POD) is a Development Plan for one or more oil and gas field an integrated to develop or produce hydrocarbons reserves optimally by considering the technical aspects in one or more oil and gas field in accordance with the point of view of technology and economic determination and evaluation.



  • Introduction
    • Geology and Geophysics (G&G) Aspects
    • Petrophysic data and parameters
    • Fracture analysis from petrophysic data
    • Petrophysisc validation and cut-off determination
    • Data input for geology modeling
    • Dual porosity model
    • Facies model
    • Porosity and permeability distribution model
  • Reservoir Engineering Aspects to POD
    • Petroleum system
    • Reservoir rock and fluid properties
    • Reserve estimations
    • Reservoir drive mechanisms
  • Validation and Data Production Analysis
    • Well status and well history
    • Decline analysis
    • Decline analysis application on field optimization
    • Field development justification based on production data
  • Development Plan and Reservoir Simulation
    • Data preparation
    • Initialization
    • History matching
    • Forecasting/prediction
  • Economic Evaluation and Analysis
  • Case Study



Everyone who wants to understand about overall technical aspect of POD from petroleum geologist, reservoir and production engineers, and they are in their daily job need this material which related with this course.



Dr. Ir. Dedy Kristanto, M.Sc is a Lecturer of Petroleum Engineering Department at UPN “Veteran” Yogyakarta. He accomplished his Bachelor Degree from Petroleum Engineering Department UPN “Veteran” Yogyakarta, Master Degree specialized on Reservoir Engineering from Bandung Institute of Technology and hold Doctor of Philosophy especially in Reservoir Engineering and Enhanced Oil Recovery from University Technology Malaysia. He is also as a Course Instructor, Consultant and Technical Advisor for oil and gas industry.


Registration Fee

  • Registration Deadline: May 27, 2010
  • US$ 880.00/person for 1 (one) Participant

Fee includes the following:

  • Three-day registration fee for all Training sessions
  • Lunch per day
  • Daily coffee/tea breaks
  • Integrated Quality Training Materials (SOFTCOPY AND HARDCOPY)
  • Quality Training Kits
  • Convenient Training Facilites
  • Certifícate of  Compleción.


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