Hydrodynamic Optimisation and Production Enhancement (H.O.P.E.)

Reservoir management is a complex process with
constant uncertainties in reservoir performance
due to the inability to fully characterise reservoirs
and flows.

TGT has designed a new technique called Hydrodynamic Optimisation & Production Enhancement (H.O.P.E.), which measures effective injected or produced fluid flow, locates flow fronts and determines inter-well reservoir properties in order to minimise uncertainties and have realistic parameters to put into a model, calibrate it and assess and improve the field development plan.





The first stage is data gathering and job design. Well and reservoir data are collected, working cells are defined, and data acquisition needs are addressed.


The second stage is data acquisition. In this stage, X-Well Tomography is conducted to determine reservoir heterogeneity, continuity, fluid font displacement and other properties, such as dynamic permeability, formation compressibility, diffusivity and transmissibility.


The third stage is data analysis and interpretation. The outcome of this stage is to be integrated into the reservoir model. (Production reallocation and/or injection distribution, inter-well reservoir properties, sweep and displacement efficiency, etc.)


The fourth stage is data integration. TGT works closely with the Customer on a consultancy basis to put new data into the model, performing 3D model calibration and history matching. On the same basis, TGT offers a series of sensitivity analyses for production enhancement and optimisation opportunities based on the study.

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Tomography (X-WT*)



X- Well Tomography (X-WT*) is TGT’s latest technique for reservoir management, which integrates measurements obtained by TGT’s Spectral Reservoir Platform (SRP*) with those by TGT's Cross-Well Pressure Coding Testing (X-PCT*). The X-Well Tomography helps our Customers to understand reservoir heterogeneity and continuity, improve water-flood balance and maximise sweep. The power of this service is based on the integration of data on actual fluid flow from the reservoir with real reservoir properties obtained by cross-well pressure interference tests, including dynamic permeability, compressibility, diffusivity and skin factor across the reservoir.

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Hardware & software tools


Indigo PL Suite Indigo PNN