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Streamline Numerical Well Test Interpretation
 
 

Streamline Numerical Well Test Interpretation, 1st Edition

Theory and Method

 
Streamline Numerical Well Test Interpretation, 1st Edition,Yao Jun,ISBN9780123860279
 
 
 

  

Gulf Professional Publishing

9780123860279

9780123860286

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Provides an effective method for the application of well testing data in reservoir dynamic fine description, especially the determination of residual oil distribution

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Key Features

  • Single and muti-layer sandstone water flooding reservoirs
  • Multi-layer sandstone chemical flooding model and components
  • Explains the application of streamline numerical well test and software
  • Applies programmed software to 177 wells
  • Quickly calculate the distribution of pressure, saturation and streamline
  • Covers all kinds of numerical well test interpretation models
  • Avoid the disadvantages of conventional well test and numerical well test interpretation method
  • Complete tutorial on streamline numerical well test interpretation software

Description

The conventional and modern well test interpretation methods are an important tool in the petroleum engineer’s toolkit. Used in the exploration and discovery phase of a field, they are performed to determine the quality of a well or to permit estimation of producing rates at different producing pressures. However once a field enters the middle and later development phase, the reservoir flow environment grows increasingly complex and conventional or modern methods do not satisfy the needs of old field development and evaluation. Based on over 10 years of field and research experience, Streamline Numerical Well Test Interpretation Theory and Method provides an effective method for the determination of residual oil distribution for the middle and mature phases of a field.

One of the most advanced books available, the author explains the development history of well test theory, analyzes the limitation of modern well test interpretation method, and proposes the concept and framework of numerical well test. This is quickly followed by an introduction of basic principles and solution procedures of streamline numerical simulation theory and method. The book then systematically applies streamline numerical well test interpretation models to a multitude of reservoir types, ranging from single layer reservoir to multi-layer reservoirs. The book presents multi-parameter streamline numerical well test automatic match interpretation method based on double-population genetic algorithm, which lays the foundation to fast automatic match of numerical well test. The book introduces streamline numerical well test interpretation software with independent intellectual property right which is programmed based on the above theoretical studies.

Readership

Petroleum Engineer, Production Engineer, Drilling Engineer, Completion Engineer, Operations Engineer, Drilling Manager, Operations Manager, Project Production Engineer

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Streamline Numerical Well Test Interpretation, 1st Edition

Foreword

Introduction

Chapter 1. Numerical Well Testing Interpretation Theory and Method

1.1. Well testing overview

1.2. Development history of well testing theory

1.3. Limitations of modern well testing interpretation methods

1.4. Essence of well testing interpretation

1.5. Brief introduction to the numerical well testing method

1.6. Chapter summary

Chapter 2. Streamline Numerical Simulation Theory and Method

2.1. Overview of the streamline method

2.2. Calculation procedures of streamline numerical simulator

2.3. Discussion of time-step

2.4. Streamline tracing

2.5. Calculation of streamline parameters

2.6. Streamline update

2.7. Calculation of grid parameters

2.8. Well processing method

2.9. Chapter summary

Chapter 3. Streamline Numerical Well Testing Interpretation Model for a Single-Layer Sandstone Waterflooding Reservoir

3.1. Building a streamline numerical well testing interpretation model for a single-layer sandstone waterflooding reservoir

3.2. Solution of the streamline numerical well testing interpretation model for a single-layer sandstone waterflooding reservoir

3.3. Calculation method of the streamline numerical well testing interpretation model for a single-layer sandstone waterflooding reservoir

3.4. Correctness verification of the streamline numerical well testing interpretation model for a single-layer sandstone waterflooding reservoir

3.5. Pressure response characteristics of the streamline numerical well testing interpretation model for a single-layer sandstone waterflooding reservoir

3.6. Chapter summary

Chapter 4. Streamline Numerical Well Testing Interpretation Model for a Multi-Layer Sandstone Waterflooding Reservoir

4.1. The building of a streamline numerical well testing interpretation model for a multi-layer sandstone waterflooding reservoir

4.2. Solution of the streamline numerical well testing interpretation model for a multi-layer sandstone waterflooding reservoir

4.3. Pressure response characteristics of the streamline numerical well testing interpretation model for a multi-layer sandstone waterflooding reservoir

4.4. Layering rate response characteristics of the streamline numerical well testing interpretation model for a multi-layer sandstone waterflooding reservoir

4.5. Chapter summary

Chapter 5. Streamline Numerical Well Testing Interpretation Model under Complex Near-Well-Bore Conditions

5.1. Streamline numerical well testing interpretation model of a partially perforated well

5.2. Streamline numerical well testing interpretation model of the testing well with irregularly damaged zone

5.3. Chapter summary

Chapter 6. Streamline Numerical Well Testing Interpretation Model for a Chemical Flooding Multi-Layer Sandstone Reservoir

6.1. Streamline numerical well testing interpretation model for a polymer flooding multi-layer sandstone reservoir

6.2. Solving methods of the streamline numerical well testing interpretation model for a polymer flooding multi-layer sandstone reservoir

6.3. Pressure response characteristics of the streamline numerical well testing interpretation model for a polymer flooding multi-layer sandstone reservoir

6.4. Streamline numerical well testing interpretation model for an alkaline/polymer combination flooding multi-layer sandstone reservoir and solving methods

6.5. Comparative analysis of well testing pressure response characteristics with different flooding methods

6.6. Chapter summary

Chapter 7. Streamline Numerical Well Testing Interpretation Model Considering Components

7.1. Compositional model

7.2. State equation and phase equilibrium

7.3. Impes solution of the compositional model

7.4. Streamline well testing interpretation model considering components

7.5. Discrete of streamline well testing interpretation model considering components

7.6. Component and saturation calculation along streamline

7.7. Simulation example analysis

7.8. Chapter summary

Chapter 8. Streamline Numerical Well Testing Interpretation Model for a Multi-Layer Reservoir in Double-Porosity Media

8.1. Establishment of the streamline numerical well testing interpretation model for a multi-layer reservoir in double-porosity media

8.2. Solving methods of the streamline numerical well testing interpretation model for a multi-layer reservoir in double-porosity media

8.3. Pressure response characteristics of the streamline numerical well testing interpretation model for a multi-layer reservoir in dual-porosity media

8.4. Chapter summary

Chapter 9. Streamline Numerical Well Testing Interpretation Model of a Horizontal Well

9.1. Establishment of the streamline numerical well testing interpretation model of a horizontal well

9.2. Solving methods of the streamline numerical well testing interpretation model of a horizontal well and verification

9.3. Pressure response characteristics of the streamline numerical well testing interpretation model of a horizontal well

9.4. Chapter summary

Chapter 10. Multi-parameter Streamline Numerical Well Testing Interpretation Method

10.1. Numerical well testing automatic match interpretation theory and method

10.2. Interpretation principle of double-population genetic algorithm

10.3. Chapter summary

Chapter 11. Software Programming of Streamline Numerical Well Testing Interpretation

11.1. Overview

11.2. Introduction to software functions

11.3. Chapter summary

Chapter 12. Field Application of Streamline Numerical Well Testing Interpretation Software

12.1. Application case one

12.2. Application case two

12.3. Application case three

12.4. Chapter summary

Bibliography

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