Using hydrodinamical study results for detailed geological and hydrodynamic simulation

Authors: M.V. Chertenkov, A.I. Chuiko, D.A. Mett (LUKOIL-Engineering LLC, RF, Moscow)

Key words: hydrodynamic modeling, well testing.

One of the most urgent tasks in the verifying reservoir properties is to determine the structure of arrays of carbonate fractured or cavernous fractured zones. Such reservoir carry both positive and negative features: high flow rates with rapid flooding (if production well reveals the fractured zone) and rather low flow rate values with a low coefficient of reduction (if the well reveals the "matrix" part). However, to control the development of such reservoirs requires detailed geological and hydrodynamic model, which takes into account not only the presence of inhomogeneities, but also changes in their properties for real values of depression and repression.
References
1. Minlikaev V.Z., Proceedings of BashNIPIneft', 1997, V. 92, pp. 87-95.
2. Hussein As.M. , Minton J., Rawnsley K.D., Li Q. et al., Coupled reservoir geomechanical modeling of a Thermal Gas-Oil-Gravity-Drainage project,
SPE EOR Conference at Oil & Gas West Asia, 11-13 April, Muscat, Oman,
SPE-127822-MS
3. Mett D.A., Slavkin V.S., Neft', gaz i biznes, 2012, no. 1, pp. 11-15.
4. Khromova I.Yu., The journal Oil and Gas Geology, 2008, no. 3, pp. 12–16.
5. Earlougher R.C., Advances in well test analysis, 11th printing, New York: Soc.
of petroleum engineers, 2003.

Key words: hydrodynamic modeling, well testing.

One of the most urgent tasks in the verifying reservoir properties is to determine the structure of arrays of carbonate fractured or cavernous fractured zones. Such reservoir carry both positive and negative features: high flow rates with rapid flooding (if production well reveals the fractured zone) and rather low flow rate values with a low coefficient of reduction (if the well reveals the "matrix" part). However, to control the development of such reservoirs requires detailed geological and hydrodynamic model, which takes into account not only the presence of inhomogeneities, but also changes in their properties for real values of depression and repression.
References
1. Minlikaev V.Z., Proceedings of BashNIPIneft', 1997, V. 92, pp. 87-95.
2. Hussein As.M. , Minton J., Rawnsley K.D., Li Q. et al., Coupled reservoir geomechanical modeling of a Thermal Gas-Oil-Gravity-Drainage project,
SPE EOR Conference at Oil & Gas West Asia, 11-13 April, Muscat, Oman,
SPE-127822-MS
3. Mett D.A., Slavkin V.S., Neft', gaz i biznes, 2012, no. 1, pp. 11-15.
4. Khromova I.Yu., The journal Oil and Gas Geology, 2008, no. 3, pp. 12–16.
5. Earlougher R.C., Advances in well test analysis, 11th printing, New York: Soc.
of petroleum engineers, 2003.


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