pengtools.com

16954 Briarcliff Ride Cir
Anchorage,  AK  99516

United States
http://www.pengtools.com
  • Booth: 2378


Free Online Petroleum Engineering Tools

pengtools.com is a set of essential petroleum engineering tools powered by the developer's "know hows". Made by the engineers for the engineers our tools provide robust solutions which are easy to use. pengtools.com is designed to be a part of day-to-day petroleum engineering workflows, providing all capabilities to save, load and share you results.


 Press Releases

    • All your need to maximize your oil & gas production, quick.

    • E&P Portal is a web based E&P Database powered by ”know how” workflows focused on achieving potential and closing performance gaps.

    Sign up and get the full free access to the E&P Portal at ep.pengtools.com

  • Meet the Petroleum Engineering experts, solve the problems, learn the online software.

    Matercalss schedule:

    • How to design Electical Submersible Pump with the pumpDesign tool.
    • How to design an Optimal Hydraulic Fracture with the optiFrac tool.
    • PVT and Nodal in 5 minitues.

    Daily at 12-00 am. Booth 2378.

    All attendees get the FREE accesss to the Online Petroleum Enginnering Software!

    www.pengtools.com

  • All your need to maximize your oil & gas production, quick

    Tired of the old days Petroleum Engineering Software?

    Meet the pengtools.com - Online Petroleum Engineering Tools:

    • PVT
    • Nodal
    • sPipe
    • phaseD
    • optiFrac
    • optiFracMS
    • Frac Design
    • Pump Design

    Benefit from:

    • Robust Algorithms
    • Intuitive Web Based Interface

    Thousands of dollars for the PE software.

    WHY?

    Strat now for FREE at www.pengtools.com


 Products

  • optiFrac
    optiFrac is a single well fracture design optimization tool. For the given set of reservoir and proppant properties it calculates maximum achievable well productivity index and required fracture geometry....

  • Main features:

    1. Plot of JD as a function of CfD and Ix as parameter.

    2. Plot of JD as a function of CfD and Np as parameter.

    3. Design optimization curve which corresponds to the maximum JD values for different Np.

    4. Point at which the dimensionless productivity index, JD, is maximized for the given

      proppant, fracture and reservoir parameters.

    5. Physical constraints envelope.

    6. Proppant library with defined proppant properties.

    7. Optimum fracture design parameters (dimensionless productivity index, fracture

      conductivity, fracture half length, fracture width, fracture penetration).

    Interface features:

    1. "Default values" button resets input values to the default values.

    2. Switch between Metric and Field units.

    3. Save/load models to the files and to the user’s cloud.

    4. Export pdf report containing input parameters, calculated values and the chart.

    5. Share models to the public cloud or by using model’s link.

    6. Continue your work from where you stopped: last saved model will be automatically opened.

    7. Download the chart as an image or data and print (upper-right corner chart’s button).

    References:

    Rueda JI, Mach J, Wolcott D (2004) Pushing fracturing limits to maximize producibility in turbidite formations in Russia. Paper SPE 91760. 

  • Pump Design
    pumpDesign is a comprehensive ESP design tool. For the given oil well it provides an optimal ESP sizing workflow to achieve target well bottomhole pressure and rate. Featuring interactive ESP library, tornado chart, optimization and sensitivity analysis....

  • Typical applications include:

    • Pump sizing for an oil well

    • Single pump performance analysis

    • Comparison between multiple pumps

    • Detection of pump operating envelope

    • Identification of probable problems of pump performance

      Main features:

    • Workflow to achieve target liquid rate or well flowing pressure, or pump intake pressure

    • IPR plot at perforation and pump intake for liquid and gas-liquid mixture

    • Interactive pump library

    • Tornado plot

    • Flowrate vs depth profile for oil and gas-liquid mixture

    • Separation efficiency model

      Interface features:

    • Save and share references to saved models with colleagues

    • Last saved model on current computer and browser is automatically opened

    • Choose between Metric units and US oilfield units.

    • Save as image and print plot by means of chart context menu (button at the upper-right

      corner of chart)

    • Download report in pdf format containing selected pump information, well and PVT

      parameters, calculated values and plots

    • Select and copy results to Excel or other application 

  • Frac Design
    fracDesign is a decision making tool for designing a hydraulic fracture treatment. Design process produces the pumping schedule which will create the optimal fracture geometry to achieve maximum well's productivity....

  • Main features:

    1. PKN and KGD fracture geometry models

    2. optiFrac workflow on fracture geometry optimization

    3. Slurry concentration versus time pumping schedule as plot and table

    4. Fracture length and width profiles vs time plots

    5. Net pressure profiles vs time as plot and table

    6. Practical pumping constrains and Fracture tuning options

    7. Detailed output table with calculated fracture design parameters

    8. Sensitivity option with benchmark to potential

    9. Simulation mode: calculating the fracture geometry from the given pumping

    schedule

    Interface features:

    1. "Default values" button resets input values to the default values.

    2. Switch between Metric and Field units.

    3. Save/load models to the files and to the user’s cloud.

    4. Export pdf report containing input parameters, calculated values and the chart.

    5. Share models to the public cloud or by using model’s link.

    6. Continue your work from where you stopped: last saved model will be

    automatically opened.

    7. Download the chart as an image or data and print (upper-right corner chart’s button).

    References:

    Valko P. and Economides M. (1995) Hydraulic fracture mechanics. John Wiley and Sons, NY.

    Economides M., Oligney R., Valko P. (2002) Unified fracture design. Orsa Press, Alvin, Texas.

    Rueda JI, Mach J, Wolcott D (2004) Pushing fracturing limits to maximize producibility in turbidite formations in Russia. Paper SPE 91760.

    Economides M.J., Hill A.D., Ehlig-Economides C., Zhu D. (2013) Petroleum production systems. Prentice Hall, NY. 


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