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Improvement of approaches to evaluation of well - formation system parameters as the part of Tomskneft VNK JSC reservoir management

Authors: A.V. Kuznetsov, P.V. Molodykh, O.Yu. Matveyev, A.Yu. Megalov, A.S. Aleshkin (TomskNIPIneft JSC, RF, Tomsk), S.V. Zakharov (Tomskneft JSC, RF, Tomsk Region)

Key words: reservoir management, well test monitoring management, alternative sources of information

One of the keys in effective reservoir management is having precise information about well - formation system in total and formation pressure in particular. This demands a sufficient amount of wells to be covered by вАШclassicвАЩ well test investigations, which, on the other hand, brings company to irretrievable oil production loss. Being put into a dilemma the authors suggest an alternative ways for evaluating formation pressure, analyzing risks and benefits from their use.
References
1. Kremenetskiy M.I., Ipatov A.I., Gidrodinamicheskie i promyslovo-tekhnologicheskie issledovaniya skvazhin (Hydrodynamic and field technological research), Moscow: MAKS Press Publ., 2008, 476 p.
2. Barree R., Barree V., Craig D., Holistic fracture diagnostics: Consistent interpretation of prefrac injection tests using multiple analysis methods,
SPE 107877, 2009.
3. Craig D., Eberhard M., Barree R., Adapting high permeability sands for estimating reservoir engineering parameters, SPE 60291, 2000.
4. Blanc G.Le, Gunasan E., Boutaud de la Combe J-L., Jaffrezic V., Reservoir
characterization using injection test after-closure analysis: field case history in
a depleted oil reservoir, SPE 128052, 2010.
5. RD 153-39-023-97, Pravila vedeniya remontnykh rabot v skvazhinakh (Rules for repair work in wells), Moscow: Publ. of Mintopenergo RF, 1997.
6. Koshovkin I.N., Kuznetsov A.V., Molodykh P.V. et al., Implementation of organizational and methodical approaches to reservoir management of Tomskneft VNK JSC (In Russ.), Neftyanoe khozyaystvo = Oil Industry, 2014, no. 12,
pp. 120-124.

Key words: reservoir management, well test monitoring management, alternative sources of information

One of the keys in effective reservoir management is having precise information about well - formation system in total and formation pressure in particular. This demands a sufficient amount of wells to be covered by вАШclassicвАЩ well test investigations, which, on the other hand, brings company to irretrievable oil production loss. Being put into a dilemma the authors suggest an alternative ways for evaluating formation pressure, analyzing risks and benefits from their use.
References
1. Kremenetskiy M.I., Ipatov A.I., Gidrodinamicheskie i promyslovo-tekhnologicheskie issledovaniya skvazhin (Hydrodynamic and field technological research), Moscow: MAKS Press Publ., 2008, 476 p.
2. Barree R., Barree V., Craig D., Holistic fracture diagnostics: Consistent interpretation of prefrac injection tests using multiple analysis methods,
SPE 107877, 2009.
3. Craig D., Eberhard M., Barree R., Adapting high permeability sands for estimating reservoir engineering parameters, SPE 60291, 2000.
4. Blanc G.Le, Gunasan E., Boutaud de la Combe J-L., Jaffrezic V., Reservoir
characterization using injection test after-closure analysis: field case history in
a depleted oil reservoir, SPE 128052, 2010.
5. RD 153-39-023-97, Pravila vedeniya remontnykh rabot v skvazhinakh (Rules for repair work in wells), Moscow: Publ. of Mintopenergo RF, 1997.
6. Koshovkin I.N., Kuznetsov A.V., Molodykh P.V. et al., Implementation of organizational and methodical approaches to reservoir management of Tomskneft VNK JSC (In Russ.), Neftyanoe khozyaystvo = Oil Industry, 2014, no. 12,
pp. 120-124.


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