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Do you want to expand your Enersight scheduling capabilities? Do you have Frac Water demands that are currently missing from your scheduling logic? Do you want to build pond storage or depletion logic into your model?
We will take a deep dive into how Job Materials work in Enersight and how to build this into your drilling steps to model the correct amounts of materials and associated capital. Additionally, we will learn how to build functions based on the job materials and how we can use that to build in additional model functionality.
Further, we will go in depth on how to model tanks and ponds, how these can be used to hold production volumes. Jason will then show you how these volumes can be released or trucked out at repeating or customized time intervals.
Finally, we will integrate the Job Materials and Tank modelling with the scheduler step logic. This will allow us to empty tanks based on job material volumes, and even wait for enough water to be available, before moving forward with the scheduled task.
You will come out of this session with a deep understanding of how you can begin to look at Water Management and Recycling in Enersight, integrate job materials and tank modelling, create and understand some new advanced custom functions, and be able to build your schedule out with new and improved scheduling conditions.
Jason Kumlin is a Client Care Analyst with Aucerna and has experience assisting clients to effectively use our software to plan and optimize the development of their oil and gas assets. He has helped clients build new Enersight models and integrate with the Operational Scheduler module in Aucerna Execute. Jason has previous field experience in the upstream development industry which gives him a great appreciation of the real-world decisions our clients are trying to solve. Jason holds a Bachelor of Science in Petroleum Engineering from the University of Calgary.
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