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System and method for oilfield production operations

Image Number 3 for United States Patent #8117016.

The invention relates to a method of performing production operations. The method includes identifying a plurality of simulators from a group consisting of a wellsite simulator for modeling at least a portion of the wellsite of the oilfield and a non-wellsite simulator for modeling at least a portion of a non-wellsite portion of the oilfield, defining a first strategy template comprising a first condition defined based on a first variable of the plurality of simulators and a first action defined based on a control parameter of the plurality of simulators, wherein execution of the first action during simulation is determined based on the first condition in view of a logical relationship, developing a first strategy for managing the plurality of simulators during simulation, wherein the first strategy is developed using the first strategy template, and selectively simulating the operations of the oilfield using the plurality of simulators based on the first strategy.

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