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Modeling of fractured reservoir on the example of Tomsk area oilfield

Authors: M.V. Shaldybin, V.N. Babov, M.N. Shtokolova, B.A. Fedorov (TomskNIPIneft JSC, RF, Tomsk)
E-mail: shtokolovamn@nipineft.tomsk.ru;
ShaldybinMV@nipineft.tomsk.ru; FedorovBA@nipineft.tomsk.ru
Key words: fracturing, carbonate reservoir, dual porosity model.

Fractured zones were obtained on base of complex research investigationfor core of Paleozoic deposits and logging. These data allowed construct facialmodel of oilfield where various character of physical properties were definedseparately for matrix of rock and in fractures. Matrix properties and differenttypes of fracturing defined: their direction of propagation and densitythat have been fixed in oilfield petrophysical model. Dual porosity and permeabilitymodel created for productive carbonate deposits have been setfor porous-flow model. Successive adaptation of this model in reference tothe history of exploitation showed about high predictive potential and rightnessof used methods.

References
1. Van Golf-Racht T.D., Fundamentals of fractured reservoir engineering, Elsevier
Scientific Publishing Company, Amsterdam, Oxford, New York, 1982.
2. Shevchenko S.M., Shevchenko D.S., Programma vydeleniya litologicheskikh
raznostey karbonatnykh porod v razrezakh skvazhin “KARBONAT” (Software
system to extract lithological differences of carbonate rocks in wellsKARBONAT), Tomsk: Publ. of OAO TomskNIPIneft', p. 4.
3. Kotyakhov F.I., Fizika neftyanykh i gazovykh kollektorov (Physics of oil and
gas reservoirs), Moscow: Nedra Publ., 1977, 287 p.
4. Pinus O.V., Borisenok D.V., Bakhir S.Yu., Sokolov E.P., Zellou A.M., Geologiyanefti i gaza - The journal Oil and Gas Geology, 2006, no. 6, pp. 38-42.
5. Pyl'nik S.V., Shaporenko S.N., Babov V.N., Uraev O.O., Shtokolova M.N. VestnikTsKR Rosnedra, 2012, no. 3, pp.14-21.
E-mail: shtokolovamn@nipineft.tomsk.ru;
ShaldybinMV@nipineft.tomsk.ru; FedorovBA@nipineft.tomsk.ru
Key words: fracturing, carbonate reservoir, dual porosity model.

Fractured zones were obtained on base of complex research investigationfor core of Paleozoic deposits and logging. These data allowed construct facialmodel of oilfield where various character of physical properties were definedseparately for matrix of rock and in fractures. Matrix properties and differenttypes of fracturing defined: their direction of propagation and densitythat have been fixed in oilfield petrophysical model. Dual porosity and permeabilitymodel created for productive carbonate deposits have been setfor porous-flow model. Successive adaptation of this model in reference tothe history of exploitation showed about high predictive potential and rightnessof used methods.

References
1. Van Golf-Racht T.D., Fundamentals of fractured reservoir engineering, Elsevier
Scientific Publishing Company, Amsterdam, Oxford, New York, 1982.
2. Shevchenko S.M., Shevchenko D.S., Programma vydeleniya litologicheskikh
raznostey karbonatnykh porod v razrezakh skvazhin “KARBONAT” (Software
system to extract lithological differences of carbonate rocks in wellsKARBONAT), Tomsk: Publ. of OAO TomskNIPIneft', p. 4.
3. Kotyakhov F.I., Fizika neftyanykh i gazovykh kollektorov (Physics of oil and
gas reservoirs), Moscow: Nedra Publ., 1977, 287 p.
4. Pinus O.V., Borisenok D.V., Bakhir S.Yu., Sokolov E.P., Zellou A.M., Geologiyanefti i gaza - The journal Oil and Gas Geology, 2006, no. 6, pp. 38-42.
5. Pyl'nik S.V., Shaporenko S.N., Babov V.N., Uraev O.O., Shtokolova M.N. VestnikTsKR Rosnedra, 2012, no. 3, pp.14-21.


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