Features of collectors, underground and technical waters interaction during exploitation of Yu.Korchagin oil-gas-condensate field

Authors: S.V. Delya (LUKOIL-Nizhnevolzhskneft LLC, RF, Astrakhan), L.A. Abukova, O.P. Abramova, S.N. Popov (Oil and Gas Research Institute of RAS, RF, Moscow), I.V. Vorontsova, L.A. Anisimov (VolgogradNIPImorneft Branch of LUKOIL-Engineering LLC in Volgograd, RF, Volgograd)

Key words: formation water, sea water, filtration, reservoir, waterflooding, scaling.

Geochemical interaction process between reservoir, formation and marine waters with reference to oil-gas-condensate deposits on the Yu. Korchagin oilfield is considered relying on the results of the interfaced experimental and mathematical modeling. It is shown the relationship between chemical composition of production water and properties of the reservoir. Possibility of the account of revealed geochemical effects influences on the permeability change of reservoir. The comparative study of production and marine water injection has been presented to prevent scaling process and reservoir damage.

References

1. Ibragimov L.Kh., Mishchenko I.T., Cheloyants D.K., Intensifikatsiya dobychi nefti (Stimulation of oil production), Moscow: Nauka Publ., 2000, 414 p.

2. Kartsev A.A., Nikanorov A.M., Neftepromyslovaya gidrogeologiya (Oilfield hydrogeology), Moscow: Nedra Publ., 1983, 197 p.

3. Mulyak V.V., Poroshin V.D., Gattenberger Yu.P. et al., Gidrokhimicheskie metody analiza i kontrolya razrabotki neftyanykh i gazovykh mestorozhdeniy (Hydrochemical methods of analysis and control of oil and gas fields development), Moscow: GEOS Publ., 2007, 245 p.

4. Nikanorov A.M., Sokirko L.E., Neftyanoe khozyaystvo – Oil Industry, 1973,no. 12, pp. 36-40.

5. Anisimov L.A., Kilyakov V.N., Chizhov S.I., Borovik V.A., Collected works “Problemy osvoeniya Prikaspiya i shel'fa Kaspiyskogo morya” (Problems of development of Caspian region and shelf of Caspian Sea), Volgograd: Publ. of OOO “LukoylVolgogradNIPImorneft'” 2004, V. 63, pp. 111-121.

6. Gattenberger Yu.P., D'yakonov V.P., Gidrogeologicheskie metody issledovaniy pri razvedke i razrabotke neftyanykh mestorozhdeniy (Hydrogeological research methods in the exploration and development of oil fields), Moscow: Nedra Publ., 1979, 207 p.

7. Kashchavtsev V.E., Mishchenko I.T., Soleobrazovanie pri dobyche nefti (Salt formation during oil production), Moscow: Orbita-M Publ., 2004, 432 p.

8. Mulyak V.V., Geotekhnologicheskie osnovy analiza i kontrolya razrabotki neftyanykh mestorozhdeniy po promyslovym gidrogeokhimicheskim dannym (Geotechnological basis for analysis and control of oil development on fild hydrogeochemical data): thesis of the doctor of Technical sciences, Moscow, 2008.

9. Sokolov A.F., Zashchita okruzhayushchey sredy v neftegazovom komplekse, 2003, no. 6, pp. 25 – 33.

10. Land L.S., Macpherson G.L., Mack L.E., The geochemistry of saline formation waters, Miocene, offshore Louisiana, Gulf Coast Association of Geological Societies, Transactions, 1988, V. XXXVIII, pp. 503-511.

11. Macpherson G.L., Regional variations in formation water chemistry: major and minor elements, Frio formation fluids, AAPG Bulletin, 1992, V. 76, pp. 740-757.

12. Moldovanyi E.P., Walter L.M., Regional trends in water chemistry, Smackover Formation, southwest Arkansas: Geochemical and physical controls, AAPG Bulletin, 1992, V. 76, pp. 864-894.

13. Stoessel R.K., Moore C.H., Chemical constraints and origins of four groups of Gulf Coast reservoir fluids, AAPG Bulletin, 1983, V. 67, pp. 896-906.

14. Varsanyi I., Matray J.-M., O.Kovacs L., Geochemistry of formation waters in the Pannonian Basin (southeast Hungary), Chemical Geology, 1997, V. 140, no. 1, pp. 89-106.

15. Abukova L.A., Ivanova A.V., Isaeva G.Yu., Geologiya, geofizika i razrabotka neftyanykh i gazovykh mestorozhdeniy, 2002, no. 5, pp. 90-94.

Key words: formation water, sea water, filtration, reservoir, waterflooding, scaling.

Geochemical interaction process between reservoir, formation and marine waters with reference to oil-gas-condensate deposits on the Yu. Korchagin oilfield is considered relying on the results of the interfaced experimental and mathematical modeling. It is shown the relationship between chemical composition of production water and properties of the reservoir. Possibility of the account of revealed geochemical effects influences on the permeability change of reservoir. The comparative study of production and marine water injection has been presented to prevent scaling process and reservoir damage.

References

1. Ibragimov L.Kh., Mishchenko I.T., Cheloyants D.K., Intensifikatsiya dobychi nefti (Stimulation of oil production), Moscow: Nauka Publ., 2000, 414 p.

2. Kartsev A.A., Nikanorov A.M., Neftepromyslovaya gidrogeologiya (Oilfield hydrogeology), Moscow: Nedra Publ., 1983, 197 p.

3. Mulyak V.V., Poroshin V.D., Gattenberger Yu.P. et al., Gidrokhimicheskie metody analiza i kontrolya razrabotki neftyanykh i gazovykh mestorozhdeniy (Hydrochemical methods of analysis and control of oil and gas fields development), Moscow: GEOS Publ., 2007, 245 p.

4. Nikanorov A.M., Sokirko L.E., Neftyanoe khozyaystvo – Oil Industry, 1973,no. 12, pp. 36-40.

5. Anisimov L.A., Kilyakov V.N., Chizhov S.I., Borovik V.A., Collected works “Problemy osvoeniya Prikaspiya i shel'fa Kaspiyskogo morya” (Problems of development of Caspian region and shelf of Caspian Sea), Volgograd: Publ. of OOO “LukoylVolgogradNIPImorneft'” 2004, V. 63, pp. 111-121.

6. Gattenberger Yu.P., D'yakonov V.P., Gidrogeologicheskie metody issledovaniy pri razvedke i razrabotke neftyanykh mestorozhdeniy (Hydrogeological research methods in the exploration and development of oil fields), Moscow: Nedra Publ., 1979, 207 p.

7. Kashchavtsev V.E., Mishchenko I.T., Soleobrazovanie pri dobyche nefti (Salt formation during oil production), Moscow: Orbita-M Publ., 2004, 432 p.

8. Mulyak V.V., Geotekhnologicheskie osnovy analiza i kontrolya razrabotki neftyanykh mestorozhdeniy po promyslovym gidrogeokhimicheskim dannym (Geotechnological basis for analysis and control of oil development on fild hydrogeochemical data): thesis of the doctor of Technical sciences, Moscow, 2008.

9. Sokolov A.F., Zashchita okruzhayushchey sredy v neftegazovom komplekse, 2003, no. 6, pp. 25 – 33.

10. Land L.S., Macpherson G.L., Mack L.E., The geochemistry of saline formation waters, Miocene, offshore Louisiana, Gulf Coast Association of Geological Societies, Transactions, 1988, V. XXXVIII, pp. 503-511.

11. Macpherson G.L., Regional variations in formation water chemistry: major and minor elements, Frio formation fluids, AAPG Bulletin, 1992, V. 76, pp. 740-757.

12. Moldovanyi E.P., Walter L.M., Regional trends in water chemistry, Smackover Formation, southwest Arkansas: Geochemical and physical controls, AAPG Bulletin, 1992, V. 76, pp. 864-894.

13. Stoessel R.K., Moore C.H., Chemical constraints and origins of four groups of Gulf Coast reservoir fluids, AAPG Bulletin, 1983, V. 67, pp. 896-906.

14. Varsanyi I., Matray J.-M., O.Kovacs L., Geochemistry of formation waters in the Pannonian Basin (southeast Hungary), Chemical Geology, 1997, V. 140, no. 1, pp. 89-106.

15. Abukova L.A., Ivanova A.V., Isaeva G.Yu., Geologiya, geofizika i razrabotka neftyanykh i gazovykh mestorozhdeniy, 2002, no. 5, pp. 90-94.


Attention!
To buy the complete text of article (a format - PDF) or to read the material which is in open access only the authorized visitors of the website can. .

Mobile applications

Read our magazine on mobile devices

Загрузить в Google play

Press Releases

20.01.2022
18.01.2022
11.01.2022