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Systems and control challenges in model-based reservoir engineering

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Due to urgent needs to increase efficiency in oil recovery from subsurface reservoirs new technology is developed that allows more detailed sensing and actuation of multiphase flow properties in oil reservoirs. This technology enables the application of model-based optimization and control techniques to optimize production over the entire production period of a reservoir, which can be around 25 years. Large scale reservoir flow models are used for optimizing production settings, but suffer from high levels of uncertainty and limited validation options. In this seminar an overview will be given of the problems and opportunities for model-based control and optimization aiming at the development of a closed-loop reservoir management system.

This talk is part of the CUED Control Group Seminars series.

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