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Field Development Planning

North Africa Oil & Gas Integrated Solutions team of high-level and seasoned consultants has the strong expertise and experience in building FDP models, FFR and IOR-EOR studies to assist clients in making well-informed business decisions and achieving their business objectives.


Field Development Studies

Our multidisciplinary team members prepare integrated field development studies by blending their skills. Disciplines range from geology to reservoir engineering and surface facilities to final project economics. Integrating those disciplines allows the project to proceed effectively.

Our forecasts scenarios may include potential recompletion candidates, 

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Full Field Reviews Studies

We believe that systematic, timely and well-focused Full Field Review (FFR) will add significant value by identifying potential production enhancement and reserves optimization opportunities in and around brown fields.  Most value is added by questioning prevailing assumptions, seeking and explaining anomalies, finding creative solutions and looking for opportunities to add value through application of new technologies.

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Mature Field Rejuvenation Studies

Main objective is to identify quick wins that could unlock value in the short term. These opportunities can exist in the form of impaired wells, reservoir sweet-spots, undrained compartments, and additional pay that can be accessed cheaply through interventions of existing wells (e.g. reperforation, recompletion, stimulation, advanced pump installation).

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Marginal Field Development Studies

Marginal field development project cannot progress until at least one economic solution is found. This is best achieved with updated full field review studies, which will add significant value by identifying potential production and reserves optimization opportunities in and around marginal fields. Fields can be classified as marginal when they exhibit the following features:

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