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Webinar for Sahand University of Technology on ESTD and RETINA Simulation™ Capabilities

The webinar, streaming from ESTD office, Was attended by Dr. ALIREZA TABATABAE NEJAD and experts in fields of Static Modeling, Research and Development, Geology and Petroleum Engineering and Reservoir Engineering of SAHAND UNIVERSITY. Having introduced ESTD...

18 July 2020

Signing of MoU for Cooperation between Shiraz University and ESTD

In a meeting at the ESTD office, Dr. Escrochi from Shiraz University and Mr. Sharifi, deputy CEO, signed a Memorandum of Understanding between the two sides, regarding scientific and research cooperation. Both sides agreed to coordinate in: Installing free versions of academic licenses of RETINA Simulation™ in research...

01 July 2020

A Novel Linear Solver for Simulating Highly Heterogeneous Black Oil Reservoirs, JPSE 2020

A great deal of computational power and time is necessary for the simulation of highly heterogeneous fractured reservoirs with complicated geometry. Simulating such largescale complex reservoirs with both minimum time and maximum accuracy has always remained a topic of concern to reservoir simulation engineers worldwide...

16 June 2020

Upcoming Event


Webinar on New Developed features in RETINA Simulation™ 2020.6

Date: 2020/08/11, Time: 10:00-12:00
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Implementation of a novel in-house method for block-to-block interaction modeling
Modeling the hysteresis in rock compaction
Petrel plug-in for pre and post-processing
Optimization of the restart files and making them backward compatible
Smart water injection platform

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Basic Reservoir Engineering Services

Our reservoir engineers use state-of-the-art technology and software alongside extensive experience-based knowledge of different geological settings and drainage mechanisms to support you in making decisions about your asset viability.

Full Field Simulation

Reviewing model runs leads to better decisions by helping predict complex reservoir behavior and field performance under various drilling and operating scenarios.

Other Services

Reservoir data and simulation model quality checking, Well stimulation analysis, Designing perforation operation, Dynamic underbalance perforation designing, and Propellant gas fracturing design are our additional services.

ABOUT US

We are leading in advanced engineering software and service fields.

Founded in 2012, Engineering Support & Technology Development Company (ESTD) - one of the subsidiaries of PEDC - is an engineering consultation and software development company focused on upstream oil and gas section. The main specialty of ESTD, is engineering software development which requires advanced mathematical modeling expertise and numerical analysis capabilities. In addition to software development, and due to having access to special tools and highly educated engineers, ESTD delivers several distinct and professional services ranging from well stimulation design to unconventional full field studies.

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RETINA Simulation
RETINA Simulation™

It is a Black-Oil and Compositional reservoir simulator fully developed in ESTD. The powerful and stable linear solver and preconditioner CPR-AMG based ILU0, fully integrated pre and post processors, and equipped with real time result visualization(plot and grid) and live update of the model are main features of RETINA Simulation™

RETINA Stimulation™

It is a modeling tool used for designing stimulation models and predicting perforation efficiency. The conventional perforation prediction, dynamic underbalance perforation, propellant gas fracturing, and hydraulic fracturing moduls are main features of RETINA Stimulation™.

RETINA Station™

It is the main platform for data management and workflow integration of the RETINA software suite. RETINA Station™ is developed specially for E&P companies to meet their needs in management and analysis of their data.

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