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Technological requirements estimate for reservoir pressure maintenance system under WAG conditions

Authors: A.V. Zajnulin (Bashneft JSOC, RF, Ufa), A.F. Mozhchil, D.V. Efimov, V.I. Savichev (BashNIPIneft LLC, RF, Ufa)

The artcle describes current experience building technological scheme of reservoir pressure maintenance system under WAG conditions. Special attention has been given to the possible operational risks and stability of the system.

Key words: associated gas, reservoir pressure maintenance system, simulation, multiphase flow, water-alternated-gas injection (WAG).

References

1. Redman R.S., Horizontal miscible water alternating gas development of the Alpine Field, Alaska, The SPE Western Regional, AAPG Pacific Section Joint Meeting, 2002, SPE 76819.

2. Shi W., Corwith J., Bouchard A., Bone R., Reinbold E., Kuparuk MWAG project after 20 years, The 2008 SPE/DOE Improved Oil Recovery Symposium, 2008, SPE113933.

3. Awan A.R., Teigland R., Kleppe J., EOR survey in the North Sea, The 2006 SPE/DOE Symposium on Improved Oil Recovery, 2006, SPE 99546.

4. Liu H., Pipeline engineering, Boca Raton: Lewis Publishers, 2003.

5. Parisher R.A., Rhea R.A., Pipe drafting and design, Boston: Gulf Professional Publishers, 2002.

6. OLGA 6 User Manual, URL: www.sptgroup.com.

7. Brill J.P., Mukherjee H., Multiphase flow in wells, SPE Monograph Series V. 17, 1999, 164 p.

8. Chukhareva N.V., Opredelenie usloviy gidratoobrazovaniya pri transporte gaza v zadannykh tekhnologicheskikh usloviyakh ekspluatatsii promyslovykh truboprovodov (Determination of the conditions of hydrate formation during transport of the gas in the given technological conditions of field pipelines), Tomsk: Tomsk State University Publ., 2010, 30 p.

9. PVTsim 20 Method Documentation, URL: www.pvtsim.com.

The artcle describes current experience building technological scheme of reservoir pressure maintenance system under WAG conditions. Special attention has been given to the possible operational risks and stability of the system.

Key words: associated gas, reservoir pressure maintenance system, simulation, multiphase flow, water-alternated-gas injection (WAG).

References

1. Redman R.S., Horizontal miscible water alternating gas development of the Alpine Field, Alaska, The SPE Western Regional, AAPG Pacific Section Joint Meeting, 2002, SPE 76819.

2. Shi W., Corwith J., Bouchard A., Bone R., Reinbold E., Kuparuk MWAG project after 20 years, The 2008 SPE/DOE Improved Oil Recovery Symposium, 2008, SPE113933.

3. Awan A.R., Teigland R., Kleppe J., EOR survey in the North Sea, The 2006 SPE/DOE Symposium on Improved Oil Recovery, 2006, SPE 99546.

4. Liu H., Pipeline engineering, Boca Raton: Lewis Publishers, 2003.

5. Parisher R.A., Rhea R.A., Pipe drafting and design, Boston: Gulf Professional Publishers, 2002.

6. OLGA 6 User Manual, URL: www.sptgroup.com.

7. Brill J.P., Mukherjee H., Multiphase flow in wells, SPE Monograph Series V. 17, 1999, 164 p.

8. Chukhareva N.V., Opredelenie usloviy gidratoobrazovaniya pri transporte gaza v zadannykh tekhnologicheskikh usloviyakh ekspluatatsii promyslovykh truboprovodov (Determination of the conditions of hydrate formation during transport of the gas in the given technological conditions of field pipelines), Tomsk: Tomsk State University Publ., 2010, 30 p.

9. PVTsim 20 Method Documentation, URL: www.pvtsim.com.


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