Reservoir Management Department was established in 1988 to have a vital missing link between Exploration and Production departments. Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) played an important role in the formulation and training of professionals of this department.
The department was established with an objective to develop oil and gas discoveries into full fledged producing fields by planning and recommending drilling of development/infill wells, optimizing field production rates for maximum ultimate hydrocarbon recovery and to maintain/enhance oil and gas production through implementation of innovative and modern techniques. RMD department evaluates the hydrocarbon reserves and undertake Economic Evaluation of oil & gas fields, to design Enhanced Oil Recovery schemes for depleting reservoirs. The department also evolves and updates the geological & petrophysical models of reservoirs in new and developed oil/gas fields. RMD conducts fully integrated 3rd Party Reservoir Simulation Studies of oil & gas fields. The RMD professionals also monitor development and reservoir management of all non-operated joint venture fields.
Reservoir Management Department is divided into six divisions-Reservoir Monitoring, Development Geology, Petrophysical, Reservoir Study, Reserves Evaluation, Workovers/ EOR.
All divisions are headed by a Manager and their professionals work very closely and in an integrated manner.