Alto do Rodrigues (ARG) is an onshore heavy oil brownfield with continuous steam injection recovery located in the Rio Grande do Norte and Ceara Business Unit in the Northeast of Brazil and it was chosen as a pilot in Petrobras corporative program for Digital Integrated Field Management - GeDIg.
The ARG pilot consists of on-line monitoring of bullhead temperature of producers and injector of five spot networks connected with steam facilities measurements such as pressure and steam quality. The real time operation is combined with two collaborative environments integrated with SOLAR, an in-house development collaboration software.
Reservoir heterogenerity analysis like steam channeling is provided when steam generators parameters, well instrumentation, and historical data are combined in new workflow processes of steam analysis. Change management associated to process mapping guided the pilot implementation to minimize the side-effects of new process absorption.
The objective of this paper is to present the methodology and results from Digital Integrated Field Management in the onshore heavy oil brownfield of Alto do Rodrigues.