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Organising artificial lifting management: example of Electronic Fields Development project

Authors: S.A. Doktor, D.M. Korolev (Gazpromneft-Khantos LLC, RF, Khanty-Mansiysk), N.P. Sarapulov, R.R. Gilmanov, N.М. Katrich (Gazpromneft NTC LLC, RF, Saint-Petersburg), А.А. Shushakov (Gazprom Neft JSC, RF, Saint-Petersburg), V.S. Zelentsov (Gazpromneft-Muravlenko branch of Gazpromneft-Noyabrskneftegaz JSC, RF Muravlenko)

Key words: artificial lift, system development assets management, automation, business processes.

The article presents an integrated solutions generator for the further well operations (optimization, lift method shift, EOR intensification, use of chemicals, transfer to another well stock) based on the ongoing well operation analysis, equipment and field production studies. The system provides solutions to increase production and reduce costs by which management is still ready to endorse a conclusion. The development strategy of Gazprom Neft as one of the leaders of the oil industry has set a rather ambitious task, which in turn puts forward specific requirements on the terms and quality of automation of the most actual goals of Upstream. Introduction of ready-made IT solutions that have shown to be effective in other oil companies is justified in the initial period, at the moment does not provide the proper rate of development of IT architecture, up to dynamics of company development. Accordingly, it is essential to aware how the key business objectives of the Company are supported by the available units of IT solutions and how information flows between used IT solutions support the existing business regulations.
References
1. Henriquez A., Fjжrtoft I., Johnsen C. et al., Enablers for successful implementations of Intelligent Energy: The Statoil case, SPE 111470-MS, 2008.
2. Otto G., Foreman R., Verra G., Field of the future digital infrastructure and IT
architecture, SPE 112149-MS, 2008.
3. Edwards T., Mydland Ш., Henriquez A., The Art of Intelligent Energy (iE)-insights and lessons learned from the application of iE, SPE 128669-MS, 2010.

Key words: artificial lift, system development assets management, automation, business processes.

The article presents an integrated solutions generator for the further well operations (optimization, lift method shift, EOR intensification, use of chemicals, transfer to another well stock) based on the ongoing well operation analysis, equipment and field production studies. The system provides solutions to increase production and reduce costs by which management is still ready to endorse a conclusion. The development strategy of Gazprom Neft as one of the leaders of the oil industry has set a rather ambitious task, which in turn puts forward specific requirements on the terms and quality of automation of the most actual goals of Upstream. Introduction of ready-made IT solutions that have shown to be effective in other oil companies is justified in the initial period, at the moment does not provide the proper rate of development of IT architecture, up to dynamics of company development. Accordingly, it is essential to aware how the key business objectives of the Company are supported by the available units of IT solutions and how information flows between used IT solutions support the existing business regulations.
References
1. Henriquez A., Fjжrtoft I., Johnsen C. et al., Enablers for successful implementations of Intelligent Energy: The Statoil case, SPE 111470-MS, 2008.
2. Otto G., Foreman R., Verra G., Field of the future digital infrastructure and IT
architecture, SPE 112149-MS, 2008.
3. Edwards T., Mydland Ш., Henriquez A., The Art of Intelligent Energy (iE)-insights and lessons learned from the application of iE, SPE 128669-MS, 2010.


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